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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1891)
A Bold Piece of Work in
ROBBERS ESCAPE WITH $3450.
Particulars of the Affair from the
Wallowa Chieftain Extra of
Today one of tlio most daring bank
robberies ever committed took place in
Enterprise. Three men did tlio work,
and the Wallowa National 13ank is
loser by their deed of the neat little
miin of ?.uro.
Following is the story of the robbery
a? told by W. It. Holmes, enshior of
"I had just returned from dinner
about one o'clock, and had entered
the inaiilo door to the bunk office.
Whon I nMiphitd the cashior'a window
a man entered the front door, stepped
up, and asked if there wan a deiosit in
thy bank for Smith. I replied no. He
again linked if a deposit hud not been
feont from .Portland for Smith, and
again L told him no. Ho s-fliil, 'are
you euro,' and 1 told him yes. With
out further conversation the man pro
duced a revolver and, with an oath,
ordered mo to hand out tlio money. 1
began to back oh", pausing behind the
glass window oftlio office and out. of
raimo of tbo robber's gun. About this
time a second man jumped upon the
metal wicket iri front of tlio counter
and pointud a revolver at me, donmnd
ing that I stand whore I was. A
moment later he jumped into my
oflico and was immediately followed
by tho first man named. Both men
thon placed their revolver!, against mo
and demanded that 1 open tho vault.
1 told ilium that 1 couldn't unlock the
vault, as the time lock was on, and at
that one of them replied, 'If you don't
you'll diu right here.' After forcing
mu to unlock the vault, they made me
hand out two sacks of silver and one
sack of gold, all containing .f.'tlnO.
Tho cash in tho paying tray was over
looked by them, as it was covered with
note holders, etc., and I also saved all
tho currency by protesting that there
was none in tho bank. Tliey thus left
quite a sum in the bank they might
have taken. When tho sacks of coin
wore handed out, some of tho silver
dropped on tho floor of the vault, but
they made mo pick most of it up and
give it to them. As soon as they got
the money, hot Ji the nun marched me
around through tho hank oUico and to
the hidowalk, and when they gained
their homes hi'gun tiring their revol
vers in tlio air.
v ....... ...
i-MimiK au tins time a tiiiru man
had remained on his horse in the
street, holding the horses of the other
two robbers, and although a number
of nion hoard my calls for help they
wore promptly 'htdd up' by this thin
nittn when thoy canto up. The rob
burHloliborately mounted their horses
after gaining tho street, and after
firing their revolvers in the air, lode
south one block, then east one block
to Levy's store, and then took tlio
county road south toward the motiu
Tho robbers were detained in tho
bank by mo several miuutas, but nl
though my alarm was heard, very few
realized tlio tioublu until it was too
The nuws of the robbery spread
wild-ilie, and as soon as possible tho
robbers were followed by men on horro
h.uik, Ihu thoy eteaped safely to tho
mountains and when lntt teen were in
tho timber near 1). W. Otto's place,
about four utilus nuuth of lhttorpriso,
K. M. Downey, one of tho pursuing
party, was within 200 yards of the
throe men when they reached tho
timber. Ho tried to shoot at them,
but ln gun failed to work, and Hob
lost his golden opportunity until the
thieves were out of reueh.
Jt is, of course, tho wildest specula
tion to predict what route tho robbers
will take to effect their escape. All
known now is that in tho mountains
thoy nro comparatively ufo from iinv
number of putsuers, anil it is exceed
ingly doubtful if they tiro over cap
tured. Mr. Downey states that when
lie Itut saw them thoy had separated,
one going vot and tho other two
keeping straight up the mountain. It
is perfectly mfu to presume Hint they
have it eump, with plenty of provis
ion, at bomu convenient pluco, and
that tho lobbny uud their ubt'tuent
Mpe luil luHtn carefully planned,
Tim men Jmvo bwn In (he uvy
tur mvr iUy, one of (hem Imving
tam lu Knlprfw mom or tor iU
Ht hrw tJy, PolUwIwu (i 4t
ftffcUl lift 1a41J f
Wj UUU Ljllll LUMli MaJubl llllU
'r TF wPr JTfl flV f gf
140 pounds, dark hair, brown mous
tache, about 40 years old.
One man, dark complexion, heavy
moustache, brown hair, weight about
One man, brown hair, small blue
eyes, sandy burnsido whiskers, scar on
chin or lower lip, wearing blue overall?
and a now pair of heavy grained leath
The first two men had not shaved
for a week or more.
All were on gray or roan horses, one
branded AF on tho shoulder.
Mr. Holmes has offered u reward of
$500 for tho capture of the robbers,
and it is presumed this amount will bo
increased when the bank directors
meet. Several parties arc now out in
search of the robbers.
Taken all in all, tho robbery was
decidedly of the James boys order, and
caught the pcoplo unprepared. Had
two or three guns been handy to Main
street near the bank building, it would
havo been nearly impossible for tho
thieves to havo escaped.
CoVK, October H 18P1.
Mr. Andorson had his hand severely
clutched between the rolls of the mill,
yet broke no bones.
Tho Christian Endeavor Society an
ticipate giving an entertainment" Fri
day night for tho benefit of purchas
ing seats for tho Morrison church.
Wm. Uooth was the happy recipient
of an 11 pound boy, born to his wife one
day last week.
Threshing continues, but down to
Tho tannery is turning out a largo
quantity of leather.
Don't forgot, tho county alliance
meeting Friday, Oct. lfith. All are
requested to attend for the purpose of
transuding some important business.
Why don't the people insist on
those broken bridges on the different
roads being repaired? It is very nec
essary. Miss Amy Daiighot ty came home i
from La Grande, recently, whore she is I
attending school, on account of hick
nes.", but has recovered and returned
Tom Tolly's baling crew beat the
record, baling 7(5 A tons in ft J- days ut
1 inblor's. Heat that if you can.
Mr. Jack Vincont, of Portland, ar
rived today. This finishes tho Vin
cent group now living, two brothers
and two sisters. Thoy have not been
together before for over 40 years.
Large bands of horses and cattle aro
being driven out of tho mountains.
Tlio grazing is poor, yet tho stock are
in splendid condition.
riie patties who visited Portland
returned Monday. Thoy report' an
Itov. A. Itnoticy held services at tho
Ascension church, Episcopal, last Sun
day, and will eoiilinuo as pastor, hold
ing services every Sunday at 1ft min
utes before 11 a. in.
Win. Wontworth and wifo of IJaunur,
Idaho, arrived Saturday. Thoy expeot
to remain I! or 4 weeks aniPitll wish
thoin an enjoyable visit.
H. L. Onchran and Mick Holoy of
Cornucopia wore down this week "lay
ing in a supply of fruit and provision
for the winter.
Work on the now church is progress
'TNOTHEitr suicide. '
A Man I'ouutl DoaU nt Huutlnrton With
n rtutot Under His Homl.
A Huntington, (U)mtcli of Oft, SmiyH:
Alxuit noon today Home mrtlon who
wortMlrlvinj; cuttlo into town fornliip-nu-nt
foil ml 11 niun lying uVml at tho
foot of tlirt hill Huuth of town. Tito uu
thorilioH wore iiniiiwliutoly notitiwl, who
tologniphwl thi" coroner ami had tho
Ixnly roino. I plaowl 011 ioo, ttM do
coiniioHition 1 . ..Iroatly ooininoiicod.
Tho man wum l....n as I'harloy, and
has U'on at work for .lamas Toltt in tho
livory stahlo until within tho last wool;.
Deputy Shoritriiannon was ono of tho
llrt on tho soono ami ho found a as-oal-iU'r
Kiiitth Woshou ptctot undor tho
homl of tin doad man, and furthur in-vobtij-ation
hhovol that ho had com.
mittwl Mtioido hy sh(K)ting himsolf
tlmnijrh tho right oyo. A letter was
found 011 liin person addrosswl to his
mothor, who is in Salt liko City, rim
lottor was dated in Oakland, Cal., .Mav
27, 1801 which proves that ho has con-
templatod tho act for coino time. A ixst
script was addisl In June; all to the
eil'ect that life was not worth living.
In the letter he signs himself "Ad.".
Ah the coroner has not yet arrived it is
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rHE CRY OF MILLIONS
OH, I'JiV EJ7CCI!
OTOP IT NOW,
BOOM IT Will DC TOO LATE.
I hax-e teen troubled many years with
disease of the kidneys and have tried
many different remedies and nwt
fought aid from different physicians
without relief. About the 15th of April
1 was fufferitur frnm a very violent
attack that alraort prostrated me In
fuclia manner t .ai 1 vrat utui "..
When I Mt down it was almost impossible for me
to ret up alone, or to put ou my clothes, when
UnH Priwiiience sent Dr. Henley, with the
OREGON KIDNEY TEA. to tny
hottL I immeiliately commenced
usinr the tea. It had an almost
:a. 11 nan an airouai vi
fleet, and to the afton- ""JA
I the guests at the hotel, f: M)
-s,l am happy to state, X W
ishmer.t of all
i r j
that I was a new man. I willo-
recommeud the tea to all alU.ctedj
as 1 have been,
G. A. TUPPER,
. -oprietor Occidental Hotel,
bau'.a Kosa. Cal.
THE '-BLUE LIGHT"
Open Day nnd Night.
Meals at all Hours.
Oysters, in Season.
Bread, Viet, t aken. Etc, Conntautly rji hand
mm Mir iwii'. n i-uuiug rnKfw to oraer.
Main Ht., Cnion, Oregon.
NOTICP TO CONTIIACTOKS.
Hid will be received un to noon October 24.
iW.for huihlliu: a school liouse ill district No.
SI. rtie of buiWing, :xZI, with two cloak
rooms, CxS: 1 door Mild 8 windows: ha loon
frame, rustle: walls, matched ceiliiiLM over
head, rustle: nlaln box onrniee: doorK. window
and all frame furnished by the school board.
All bids should be sealed and marked "C011-
tractirs Uifls," and addressed to
w, a. catks. school Clerk,
SilfKltll'F'd ,'JA J.I".
(ieo. H. Uoblcr.
rlIEitEA6, on the '25th day of September,
1 1800. hv ronslderatloii of the Circuit court
otineetaiooi Oregon, ror 1 111011 county, Inn
suit enuutii: Augllst iviotunnan s. jiimeK
Welch etal. a decree of foreclosure anil order of
sale of foreclosed premises was dul rendereil,
outcred of reconl and docketed in favor of Jacob
Newman one of the defendants in said suit, ami
against (ieo. II. llobier, aimther if sutd defeu-
lants; ttierefore, notice Is hereby given that 1111
ler and by virtue of a foreclosureeecutlou and
irder of sale Issued out of the suit! Honorable
Ircult Court on the 1st day ot October. 1891. in
the above entitled cause, wherein Jacob New
man the above named judgment creditor ob
tained a judgment nnd decree of foreclosure and
sale against (ieo. II. llobier, the above named
judgment debtor on suld 'J5th day of September
for the sum of JSlO.ft? over and above a credit
entered on said judgment as of that date, and
Interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per
annum, since said September U"), lfc'Ju, ami ac
cruing costs and co-ts of this writ, lam com
manded to sell the land situated in 1, nlou coun
ty, Oregon, and described in said decree as fol
lows, to-wit: Lots 'J and loin block .'Tin the
town or Nortli I'owder.l nion countv, Oregon.
Therefore I will sell at public auction to the
highest and best bidder for cash, in I'nlted
States gold coin, at the court house door in the
city of Cnion, I'nion county, Orcgon.ou the 14th
day of November lh'Jl, at 'J o'clock p. m. of said
day, all the right title and intctest In said above
described real estate that the said defendant
deorgo II. llobier had ou or alter the 'J-Jud day of
April lhVi, to satisfy said judgements costs ami
Dated at I'nion this 10th day of Octolier, l&fll.
J. T. liOI.EES,
Sherill'of I'nion County, Oregon.
lly V. It. CsiiKit, Deputy. lo-l.Vw.').
lu the Justices Court for North I'owder pre
cinct, County of Cnion, Statu of Oregon,
(iorhant fc Hothehlld'l
mulntillH, llufoie Jno. Edwards .1. 1'.
vs. S Civil action to recover
Joceph C. I Inn I son f money.
To the above named Defeudaut, Joseph C.
In the name of the State of Oregon you are
uereuy rouiilred to appear liefore the uuder
aigued. a Jimtteeof the l'cace for the precinct
aforesaid, on the !0th day of November A. 1).
UUl, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. 111. of said duv,
at the ottice of nueh Justice in said Drecinct.
and answer the complaint tiled against you hi
the above entitled action, that being tbo fifth
day after the expiration of the time prcaarlbed
tor tne puiiucnuon 01 mis summon). Ana tf
yoll fail to ao answer, fur want thereof the
Plaintiff will take judgment against you for the
sum of Sixty-seven uud 'J.Vl0ii Dollars and costs
of this action. John Enwiitn-,,
Justice 01 the I "eace.
This summons is ordered tube nul.!i-hcl
John Edward, a Justice of the Ivaee ic Sonh
I'owder precinct, I'nion countv, Oregon, on Hie
2Utdayof Seiitember A. D. si, iHrecim? ihi-
,m01icuou lliereol lo bo uimle In I in:
X)lT'r. a weekly lfewauaoer iniblishc.l nt I 111 ;i.
Cnion couuty, Oregon, once week to. in
period of si.-; veeks. John Enwiuo-.
'. '.'l wO Justice of the i
SI! IS 11 1 1'l'N s.vr.n.
AJtlTICE IS HEltEllY CIVEN THAT It V VIU
1 tlie of au extent Ion Nsu.il out of the Hon
orable Circuit Court 01' the Mate of Oregon, for
I'nion county, beiirliu date the -Vitii day of Sep
teinlier, lsl, to nie ilireetisi mid delivered upon
a Judgment entenvl ttiereiu on the lKth dav of
May, lsiU. which judgment was ctmdled and
docketed in the clerk's ottice of said court lu
said county ou the -lull day of Ma, ls'Jl, where
in llusche A Co. are plalullll's and James I.ce i
defendant for the sum of One Hundred and Ten
Dollars w Ith Interest thereon since June 0, lsjiO
at Id percent, pur annum, and the further sum
of Thirty Dollar attorney fee, I huve levied up
on the following doscribed leal estate situated
ill Culoii county, Oregon, to-lt: Tlio NU't. of
Ni:4 Sihv 1, Tp. S s, It. M E. . M. and by virtue
of said execution and levy, I will sell at public
auction at the court house door In Cnion, I'nlou
county. Mute of OreL-un, on Niturday, the 7th
day 01 November, IS'Jl, at 1::!0 o'ehs-k p. m. of
said i lay. all the rlttht, title uud interest of, in
and to the above described premises that the
suld defeudaut James I.ce had therein ou the
-Jtli day of .May. lsui, or has since acquired, to
satisfy suld judgment, interest, costs uud ticcru
iiiK costs. Terms of sale, cush to me in hand iu
V. sold colli.
DatiMi at I'nlou, this the 'Jud ilav or Oct., 1M11
J. t. JIOI.I.KS,
Sherlll of t'llion I'liunU. Oreenn.
lly V. It. I'sltKit, I)eputy. 10-s-w.V
1 SUKltll'I"S SA1.1
i AJOTICE IS HEltEllY TiTvKX THAT ItY Yllt
. 1 tllO llf till IIX(Hllllllll thhllivl .1111 fifth.. II. ..1.
' ornhlo Circuit Court of theMateof ouou, for
j I'liloncoiilily, ts'arlUKdatothethday of Sei-
j ii-iiu.-r, in iiiv iiuvemi hiui iieiu eriHl U1H1U
a Judgment enteral therein 011 the ISth dv of
1 iu.. (..in ,. 1.1.1, 1...1 -.,... .
.Mil., ipji, iiiiivii jiiiiKiiiviit nits utmilltM ami
ilis'ktled In the clerks ottlcvof said court, In
' snld count) , on the ih day of .May, IS'Jl, here
, III Mitchell A U'l Co. are piiilntflU and Jsines
iw istieieiuiuui tor luemna 01 one lliiudml
and Mnctivu lolUr and Nlncty-oao Cents with
luleresl Iherrtiu at the rate of 10 pur ivnt. ivr
",,,,u.m r,,m ''Mhda of Maj.Uui.au.t lor
'"HIkt mm ol Iwvulyoue Hollars and
Sluct) m-h'II lent. ct.. I hate lotted uis.i!
l ie IolUmltmdicf ilniit roalisistc. hIiuhIi.I in
t'uiou CtiUllO, Ofyyuii, to Hit The NWI. uf
tuioii itiunn. iirvtimi. low it The MV4 u
NKKhcc I. Tut ti.lt u f.. M .11.1 i.v lir
.. .Tt - 1.1 ... 1 .... . ...... I ' V
im uiaiui;iiTuiiiiii aiui in,) 11 III Mil kl pub
lleauiiloual ihe court imu di.if iu t'uiou,
t'uiou roil ul ), CUU ol Oivaoii, ou alurda). Ihu
I ulou t-uiiuit, MaU ol nil-don, ou alurda), Ihu
Mi df of KJiewUr. Irtl.al 1 u'fUi p. 14 p
.Ud, all lh flht, tfilf u. lukiiitollu
U.ilUi lb aUita dwrilUJ picmltw tli.t 1l
Mia.UUiUul hun Mi llinvluou IE
f Iim lur aaiiulM, l
I. (uL la u. lu L.i .l lu
-J .u J .Ju' - ' " " ""
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rwt n I'Kivii wh tf ft nufM m
T OST Oil STUA YEiTkKOM "A"1"?!
j Harnev county. Oregon, about the first 01
May, 1K91, fourteen head of how.nll braudeil
on right stille as follows:
One forrei marc also branded 1 uuderneath
the above brand. .... ,...,i,
One gray mare nl-o brauded 11 "lnt.ftl,.ht
the above brand-had a cow l-ell 011 wheu last
Sto"io brown mare also branded 0 on left
shoulder. , , ..w..
All the above decribeil animals were tflKcu
from Wallowa volley lflft fall. Anyone giving
information of their whereabouts, betweeu Har
ney and Wallowa vallcyc wtlK he Iitrall re
warded. Aldres: II. J. EIMiHAKT,
10-I-ml. .Summcrvllle. Oregon.
Ill the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
K. H. MrCoiuas, M. Thoinsnti, E. I'ltwcl,!
A. Denuev ami joiin MCtoiini", riaiuium
Laura Fairoll, May Shcltndy and the un
known helrn at law of J. M. Kordtco, do-
To Laura Kairall. May f-hollady and to the heirs
at law of J. M. Fordlce. deceased, wiioenaine
are unknown, und to all other unknown lnir
sons having or claiming an Interext In the
l.roiierty herein describeil:
X THE NAME Ol' THE STATE OF OltEliON:
I Yrm urf hnrnl.v rminlnl to unilOHr HUll an'
uii-r h f-nlnl,lii(llt Hlml llffHlllSt Mill ill the
above entltliil suit on or oeiore uie isnuiy in
the next rpgular term of tlie elreuit eourt 01 tne
Mate of Oregon, for t'uiou rounty, after six
weeks complete publication of this euuimons,
to-wit: 011 or before the lflth day of November
A. 1). iwl. Defendants will take nottte that If
they " t i';:. rand answer or plead within
said time, the I'uilnttlls will apply for want
thereof, to the court for the relief demanded In
the complaint, to-wit : For an order for the sale
in pnrtitiou of Iot .", IlliK-k 1, In the city of t'u
iou, Countv of rnioii, State of Oregon, and for h
partition among the owners of the proceed
thereof after paying the costs and disbursements
01 mis ruii ami ror general reuci.
This summons in published in The Orkho.n
Scout, a weekly newspaper published at I'nion,
Oregon, by order of lion. .las. A. Pee, Judge of
the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Ore
gon, made and dated at chambers at I'enilletou,
Oregon. Sept. A. D. 1M.
T. II. CKAWrORP.
ttornev for I'liifiitHtV.
-riARM in Cove, consisting of 10 acres. All
V under fence, small orchard, nine room
house, small barn, out buildings and one wood
workiug establishment run b water power.
Inquire of S. li. llurruughs. Coe. Or. !)-17-w(i.
OPENED - ANEW!
Livery and Feed Stable.
(Near the Court House.)
& Wright, Proprietors.
(iood Teams. IliiL'Slcs iimiI Hacks for the ac
comodation of customers.
CHARGES KEASONA BLE.
A share of the public patronage solicited.
Obtained, and all Patent Uusiness attended
to Promptly and for Moderate Fees.
Ourotliee is opposite the U. is. Patent
Oflice, and we can obtain Patents in less,
time than those remote from W'asoiiiKton.
Send MODEL or DltAWING. We advise
as to pnntentabililv free of charge; and we
niako NO CHAKOE UNLESS I'ATKNT 1
Wo refer, liere, to the Postmaster, the
Supt. of Money Order Div., and X ) olHcials
of the U. S. Patent Ottice. Fci circular,
advice, tunas and roll'erences to actual cli
ents in your own State or County, write to
C. A. SNOW & Co.,
Opposite Patent Olliee. Washington. 1). 0.
A. n no u n
Have on the way and now
The Company 111 hereafter carry
r-This department will bejunderthe manaKei..ent of Mr. Kllpatriek.
o in te
.w .rf,!Ci!UilS h,lVi"y l-0eU inc1roasctl
-w t no anil a laruo invoice of t in n
nnillflroil in Yn,..ln
the FinsrEST wobk:
on short notice. Call nt once if you want
U'Kil 1Mb nka,
mlKkn (iuirHU4 Ih V,my IiuUuce. Of Jt by Mill Jroi
"The Hunt Line"
Iu Connection wil'i the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAIU'D
Quickest and Best Route
iletw een Eastern Oregon and Washington mi,
1'iiget Sound points, us well us the lo .
ulur Mill Direct Line to nil
POINTS MST and SOUTHEAST
PULMIK SLEEPING CAKS,
SUPERB DINING CARS, and
FKEE SECOND CLASS SLEEPEKs
ThroiiKh 10 Chicago vni this I, hie.
Iascngcr Tralua of thin Coinp.iny i-r- t ir
DAYTON, WAITSPUKG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., and PEN
Making close connection at Mu it
with Northern I'aclfie trains for Ta.'"..
Victoria II. ('.. Ellensbuiv. North Y.i!.
co, Sprngue, l heuev, DhveiiiHirt. -imi!i
D11 tie, Helena, St. Paul, MlnnenpulK
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
PawetiRer Trains making above
leave I'emlleton dally at 7: p. m.
'MU Ctl IIH
Through Tickets Sold to all Point Hast
at the Lowest Rates.
V. F. WAMSLEY,
Gen'l Fr't and Fr.ss'gr Am m:.
G. V. HUNT,
1 "resident and Oeu'l Mamiaer.
II. I.. DEACON. Ticket Agent, 1 nimi, dv.m.l
TYPE FOR SALE. I
I. -A I'OCNDS OF MINION TYPE. ' V 1 1 1 i K K
l)W I'alr of cases. The tyjK' in in m, . .1 . Ut I
and will lie sold -i! a bargain. 1 . '11 n.,r
tleulurs call on 01 iidilross th u.ne
Thomson Ss l'nrsel two arotits tor
tlio colchratcd Cyclone WiiuDlill, audi
:is tlio prices on tliein Jiave been rrcat-
lv retlnced they are now within thcl
reach of all. Sample mill to be seen
at their planer in North Union. Call!
and examine it.
A pamphlet of Information andab.
sirncioi tne iaws,5Uowing Uow to.
vuDiam raienis, caveats, TraaoZ
sjuotks, uopTriKnts, tent Jree.
vAdlren N1UNH & CO.
m e ti t.
arriving, soyoral ear loads
a full and complete stock of
THE M. & M. Co.
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