February 6, 1907


Orlando Harra, a Farmer Boy, Made a Miscalculation.

Orlando Harra, 22 years old, was killed on his father's farm near Sibley yesterday afternoon, being caught under the trunk of a falling tree. Harra was cutting the tree down and stood away from the direction in which it way to fall. His calculations were imperfect, however, and when the trunk fell, it came over upon him pinning him down before he could escape. He was 22 years old, a son of William Harra, and was a member of the Yeomen lodge. He was not married.