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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1903)
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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, Ì903.
HALL BURNS TO THE GROUND SUNDAY
Three Small Boys rind Coal Gil And
Start Fir : on the Floor.
also Hank Anderson.
way from the race course and ex
Racers in Danger.
tinguished the blaze.
Several running and trotting several wagons standing there be
horses are stabled at the fair longing to the hardware firm of
grounds a short distance from wher ■ Geer & Cummins, who also have
the Floral Hail stood and tor a much machinery, hacks and bug
while it looked as though the gies in the building, which they
stables would catch as the wind have been using as a warehouse.
was blowing in that direction anil This firm intended moving all their
the be lt was intense.
The horse machinery to Flora) Hall imme-
out and Idiately after the fair.
President Donegan Called a Meeting of F'tir Board
in a few minutes the wind shifted fire got a start in this wagon box.
Yesterday Afternoon and a Suitable Building
which was partly’ filled with straw,
to another direction.
the whole block would have burned
Their Seco.id I ire.
Now Under Wav for Exhibits.
The same Inn s that admit start in lading th Flench Hotel and
ing tile fire at Floral Hall previous Red Front Barn with all probability
At 10 o’clock
1 > ■
ciiiu..' ' dramatic club had some scenery in ly set lire, in three phv ■ s. it, a wag spreading to the opposite side of
of the i the street, in which case praet ieall v
on box standing in front
an alarm of fire w
turn I in and the hall but that loss is slight.
dax the whole of the business portion of
the quiet Sunday with the people
hi- our city would have been destroyed
mostly indoors >r at church, as Mr. Smith had allowed the insur-
sumed a very exciting and lively
appearance with men running hat- a raise in the premium which he
less in the ¡direction of the Fair considered unreasonable. His loss
grounds, while'.he firemen with the | is m the neighborhood of $1800.
clanging engine, and hose cart were Mr. Smith had worked very hard
and put money into the building
tearing toward the scene.
Great column- of smoke could that might have been used to a
be seen raising from the burning much better advantage, but he had
building and [before the firemen hopes of making the annual county
reached the place the roof of Floral fairs not. only a permanent thing,
r* -- - had ■ “
“ ■ and was a mass of >”'1 •’"«* ,la5' » payh’K proposition.
FAIR U ILL NOT BE POSTPONED
Haines. In les.- than 5 minute- 'b- could ill afford the loss,
after the alarm
mb ■«! th, build
Fair Will be Held
ing was falling
With the usual energv -, <-i
i is, Bonn i
There was Reon-,<b -¡i-j -peeti a-
, , f t he busi lie- - " .el, ' . this•r
rop off rir ■
: t •• :iorigi wid.awake, little city steps w
, Burnt « tion at first as t<- -
1. at once taken to arrange a suit#
ell. B s - ht ! nated.
. tliamuMa. wa0 of tlje op'
building for exhibits at the Fair
-namy. Boga diary origin, ‘ a;
next week. Coming just at this
AithniL'^J ed that cliihlr
time it placed tl:
>n., horn. The two little
hip: miri. •
in bad condition
aid aged 5 arid
ing of the f-ir a ne week nwa
was imnossibl. 1 • rebuild the
homi ft* 1
they, in coniDim
in that length r,f time but to gi-
I. on left »a
lope tor* 3 of Robt Moffet ,
up, never once entered thu hen
Burnt b.« age, had found
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ft split :: 1
. I i.ng. Kiriwii
President I’rineftn all I a n •.-t-
un, Van.» on sTelloor* inc
ina of'the Fair 1: ord .1 2>»» vt
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right «r » matt-b.
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The Popular place to do voar r rading.
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was one niasApt
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caught it tie, fl.t>
■ on left
¿li.lxwrjl tile window
> : mart • nga
Forino itely tl
„_5r-iet ot carpenter
Joel Smith who
makiiig repairs, b hiding ’W pens
,,-is and stalls for stock, etc for the
,Fair Association preparatory to r»
'•"v—v ®**v'««f exhibits next week. His
h -g w||| not exceed $75 The local
e put to wr
- ructur- this morning,
finished in.an.1 1 time an
tors are assured protection
and most e mifortabh* er»- >
elements of their produceand si ck.
Jacket- and Children's • ',„i
ll M. lUrton of the Burns s Mid-
AI-o list.net anil - Ik »'nr
! ing o. CM11,' forward at the proper
Our Shoes give tmiver- .1
time with a most generou ofier mil 4
told the board they couhi have
made of 'fie l,e«t of ' enable
rough lumber for ♦•> per thousand,
Eadie-'. Men'«. ( l.ildr. s and Infant'. -h">- th»*
, and single surface for $X 50.
Teams were started to the mill for h
uore 111 inlier today. C. A. Sw.ek
| has offered a team free of charge
for the purpose of hauling lumber,
SCHWARTZ ôc BUDELMAN.