The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, June 11, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Image 1

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    THE COOS BAY TIES BULLETIN
THURSDAY MORNING, .JUNE 11.
ENTIRE BUSINESS SECTION OF
GUIDON M0YED BY FIRE
Blaze Started from Defective Flue in
L. N E. Restaurant at 4:15
this Morning Buildings
Dynamited
l (Special to Tho Times.)
BANDON, .June 11. A fire that started from n fa
fectivo flue in the L. N. J3. Restaurant at ! :ir this morn
ing liafi already destroyed two blocks in the. heart of the
city and is still burning, Among the buildings burned are
the following:
L. N. B. Restaurant. :-'-,
Ilnrtninn building, occupied by AvcriU's. Dry Goon's
Store, ... A,. f -k t &
I3nndon Drug Co. . , ,: '
Club Saloon, Joe Coach's place. '
McNair building, Hardware.
Lnird-Lowc building. . '
Rasmussen Bros.' Eldorado Saloon.
Hcskay's Meat Market.
; City Market, George Erdman, Proprietor.-
jWator Company's office. , -
: Bandon Hardwavo Company
Gallier residence.
Art Jamieson's Arcade Saloon and Gross Bros.' Opera
Saloon were blown up with dynamite in an effort to stop
the flames, but tho fire crossed the gap and is still burn
ing Eastward.
Th c total loss is estimated ,at (JrUO o'clock to bo over
200,000.
BANDON, 7:30 A. M. The i'iro is still burning, but is
now thought to be under control.
A strong north wind prevailed, blowing flames across
street and saving the Hub Clothing Co. and Golden Rule
Dry Goods Store, two business establishments owned by
Marabf icld people. - -
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