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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1896)
BURNS DRUG STORE.
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER. » 1AP6.
Robbed a Gambling Den.
II W WELCOME, Proprietor.
P ueblo , Col., Sept. 4.—Four big
guns in the hands of two nervy,
DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, TOILET ARri
men, held up 40 men in the “Green |
CLES OF ALL KINDS, ETC
Light” gambling-house irf the heert
carefully compounded by a Registered Pharn (
of the city last night, and won for
their daring $450 in money belong
ing to the proprietors of the place.
The games were progressing as
usual when the men, wearing
masks and et^ch having two revol
vers, entered the back door and ad- I
vaneed rapidly up the room, com-(
pelling the dealers, players and 1
spectators to crow <1 toward the front*
end of the building. The tall, slim
CULP BROS,................................................ Bums, Oregon
man of the pair held the crowd at |
bay. forcing them to keep up their,
hands while the short, rather heavy- i
Work Guaranteed to be first class.
set robber proceeded to the faro ta
We mix our own Paints, and
ble and took from the drawer $325
and some silver. Then he quickly
Our Work Sueaks for it e’f.
made his way to the crab table.
Here was piled up some 250 in sil
ver, hut the man contented himself
with taking only about $125. At
this juncture the short man cried
out to his companion to “hold
Bowen.” Bowen was the night
manager of the place.
made in Baker City, and is a home production
It is presumed that t heir inten- ' ABSOLUTELY PUHE.
tion was to rob the safe, but just’
then one of the employes of the
BUY IT. and you wdi find it gives satisfacton.
house who had been out to supper, |
came running up the stairs, inak-,
money at home, and build up home industries
ing considerable noise and this*
evidently frightened the robbers. TgTFOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS.
They quickly backed toward th
rear door, meanwhile covering the 1
crowd with their guns, and dis-1
Deputy sheriffs and policemen!
were soon on the ground and are I
THOS. LAHEY, Burns, Oregon.
•«•arching the city and guarding’
g HF“ First door north of Brick Store.
A peculiar fact in connection with
the robbery is that not one of the
40 players had a gun.
N. BROWN & SONS
The Leading Merchant will
occupy this space.
HOUSE, SIGN i CARRIAGE PAINTING.
Durkee’s Baking Powder
CARPENTER, BUILDER, CABINET MAKER.
Parties Desiring Cabinet Work
that excels any done in this place
heretoore, call ■ and examine my
This is to certify that 011 May 11
1 walked to Melick’s drug store on
a pair of crutches and bought a
hottie of Chatnberlain's Pain Balm
which had crippled me up After
using three Imtles I am completely
cured. I can cheerfully recommend
it—Charles II. Wetzel, Sunbury,
I-f^t'ornin idious, Convenient, Cheap,
RED FRONT LIVERY
Fr inc villo
Bums Stogo Company
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street.
McCLAIN <fc WILLIAMS
Sworn and subscribed to before
me on August 10, 180-1.—Walter
Shipman, I P
For sale at 50
Cents per hottie by druggists.
The proprietor is well known not only here but in all the a.,^aiJI't.
Counties and Towns.
His business qualifications and natura a
tion for horses specially fits him for the avocation.
J-tTGoed A ecomodatrona.
F are to P rinkvii . i . k $10.00.
1 RANK SMITH
remedy for Consumption. By its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of its power that I consider it my duty to
tfnJ two fiotttos frtt to those of your readers
who iuve ConsHinphon,Throat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me tlK.tr
express and postoffice address. Sincerely.
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ELKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS MFG. CO.
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JAMES DALTON, Proprietor.
W. C. PRATT, Secretary, Elkhart, Ind
BUY YOUR MEAT OF JAMES DALTON.
Meat alwavs fresh and fat.
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