Fire at Opera House

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Fire at Opera House - Livery Stable and Oper, House Capt Burned this...
Livery Stable and Oper, House Capt Burned this Mornin*. | Lire Originated in Livery Stable ( of B A Andrews - Cause Not Known. j I Special to The Courier. Plano, Tex, Eeb 2 —At 5wi0 this (Thursday) morning tire broke out in the livery «table of O , re »'i H A (Buck) Andrews on North 1 Mam street, at the rear of E O | a Harrington’^ furniture store. In conversation with the Star- Courier editor B A Andrews,who - lives 1 u«t across the street east I of the stable, said that he discovered the tire about the abo' e hour, when it seemed to bur-4 a ty reach the burning building, Three Chairs at my handfcomely renoTated barbershop. That mean» quick service and no long palt». and w* promi»** you'll 11 nd » good barber at etery chair! Kasl I a 8tr*H-t. “You’re Next I” GENE MARTIN p~ the and (be^nne horge belonging CongUble <qene Baldwin and _ ,, ......_ a m .,« .. J pw . of audience« and m receiving in Miss a and .ig Ap f wood feed. when he found Claude Cane, who worked for him, almost completely prostrated with suffocation, hence his life whs barely baved The flames quickly spread and destruction complete lav in its wake. Ten head of horses belonging to B A Andrews, one horse belonging to Click Mat«... to one to George Ablen, a Jew, were burned in the raging flimes.fcour Tons of hay , 20 bushels of oats, *0 bushels of corn and all vehicles. including the new rubber tired carnage of Mr Andrews, The building which included the Plano operidiouse in second story, is a complete loss. lhe windows and doors in rear of 0 Harrington & Co’s store were burned out and their stock considerably damaged by water. Mi Andrew*.« insurance is $2400 and loss estimated consider«- blv more than that. ing belonged to Henry Colt , K,*nner, $2700 insurance. 1 The tite boys worked nobly i -ucecedi d in preventing ! tlames from spreading which hlenily Hived many tbousamls dollars of -urrounding property. Mr Andrews al-o !o*.t a ami a cow which were m the stable. All of his buggies were t roved. i 1

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  1. McKinney Daily Courier,
  2. 02 Feb 1905, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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