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Fire Destroys
Red Dog Saloon

The long bar was used as an interior shot in countless western movies, filmed here in years gone by. The back portion of this bar, an authentic antique, was reported to have come from France via sailing ship to New Orleans in the post-Civil War period. From there it was dismantled, crated and shipped by wagon train to California. It, too, was destroyed.

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Three Fires Claim Two Landmarks

The Golden Stallion restaurant sustained $50,000 damage from a blaze Sunday, the California Division of Forestry said, following a blaze two days earlier that cost $45,000 damage to the Red Dog Saloon.

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LA Times April 11, 1966

The third fire in a week in tiny Pioneertown in Yucca Valley burned actor Jack Bailey’s Golden Stallion restaurant to the ground after an employee fell asleep smoking, causing more than $50,000 damage, officials reported. Friday a $45,000 fire destroyed the Red Dog Saloon a block of the street, and a third fire last Monday caused $3,500 damage. Officials said the fires were apparently unrelated.

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Old News

Pioneertown Restaurant Burns; $50,000 in Damage

The third fire in a week in tiny Pioneertown burn the Golden Stallion restaurant to the ground yesterday, causing more then $50,000 damage, the California Division of Forestry reported.

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Pioneer Pass

C of C Delegates Attend Meeting of Pioneer Loop

The executive committee of the Pioneer Loop Organization Will meet at 7:30 tonight (April 21) at the San Gorgonio Savings and Loan Assn. conference room at Banning. Agenda includes discussion of bylaws, appointments of a nominating committee for both active and honorary officers and board of directors.