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EAST OREGON HERALD AND
BURNS TIMES s
Consolidated July 22, 1896.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
he said as he ordered, me and the
fireman to come down. ‘You know
h >w it is when a man is on the
“hog train.” We are out for the
■ “ Conductor Nichols came up
flora the rear of the train to see
why we stopped, He was ordered |
to throw up his hands, and obeyed.
I don’t know whether the leader is
a nengineer or not, but he is cer
tainly a railroad man and under
Have on Hand a New and Complete stock of
stands running an engine. While
fWWe have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST 1’RICES^f
his pals kept us euvered, he cut the
baggage ears and engine loose, and •
We carry a complete line of
was soon tearing down the track.
The conductor went hack tv, Inde. Qfy GOOdS I
I pendente to report the robbery, and I
I the fireman arid I followed the car
land engine. When we reached the'
Gents Furnishing Goods,
I car in Blue u , the robbers were
gone, and we trudged on papt Glen-
da'e, where we found the engine. It
Boots & Shoes,
is rnv opinion that the robbers left
the engine before reached Glendale
and then ‘turned it loose.’ It
stopped at the top of an incline, be
i-jcpR as low as any R R. point, with addition of freight.
cause there was no water left in the
WRITE DS FOR PRICES
Special attention to MAIL ORDERS—Correspondece solicited
Address Mason <fc London, Burns, Oregon.
Oregon Forwarding Company
MASON & LONDON
pay yOU tO C0Hte t() OlltariO
and buy fall and winter goods
ry L oods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
(Oregon Forwading Co.
An Effective Retort.
J Few things are more useful to a
131 ue Cut Robbery.
| public speaker than readiness in
turning an interruption to his own
Kansas Citv, ’ Mo., ’ Dec. 24
UBL'.SUWD EVERY WEDNESDAY
. -advantage. Even the preacher can
8:15 (hi. mon.». Wore, tr.e, |)rofil b>. j(
ia tbown ¡n „ 8(o„ |
_ Kev john B Mc.
W. C. BYRD à SON.
last I „
,,, . 4
P ublishers and P roprietors . Blue cut, ’ near Independence,
Ferran in the Western Christian
night, was got together after having I Advocate.
SUI'.Si K1PTION RATES:
In closing a speech at a mission Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
trip to St. Louis resumed Marshal | ary anniversary at Jacksorport,Ar
Six Mouth" ........
Ki shlar, who started in pursuit of kansas, 1850, he stated that once
the robbers with deputies last night he was shrinkingly timid when
has not yet returned.
called upon to take a collection,but
Messenger Frier could give no es
timate of the loss. He described that he bad learned tn take the ’ lHsh.ixig TaOklSS And Sporting Goods,
shirk by the throat and say, “Pay j
Adlai Stevenson two of the robbers as quite tall and
me that thou owost!”
beretary of State .........
HfTinware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
John G. Carlisle smoothly shaven, about 25 years of
eeretary of Treasury...
Just then a man sung out,“Yes, 11
I -ret,try of i nterior
Daniel 8. Lamont fge.
The third man, the one that
leretary of Wur ............
Hilary A. Herbert
heard it said that they would put Burns,
bcretary of Navy
to blow open the safe,
. .J. Sterling Mortou
a Tenir. of tgrieultnre
Win. L Wilson was about 35 years old and had a
‘o-t mister leueral
This created a great laugh; but
■en a ors
The robbers left immediately af the doctor stood silent. A tear I
• (Binger Hermann
»in rreH.men ................... . ,W. R. Ellis
I ter concluding it would be useless stole dcwn his cheek, and in a sub-1
<’. M, Idleman
itt-irney tieueral ....
Wm I’ Lord to break into the through safe.
dued tone he broke the pause:
ti R Kincaid
e ret ary of State
Phil. Metsehan Fritr remained in the car alone for
“Do you know what I told them?
......... GM Irwin
npi. Public I tut ruction
tate Priuter .................
I said, ‘ If you’ll add the rest of the
i R. 8. Bean. robbers succeeded in opening the
‘and was carried by the an
npre «« Ju 1 tee
’ F. A. Moore
I through safe, they would more than
gels to Abraham’s bosom,’ I would
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
M. D. C liffoki * I likely have made a rich haul.
Jiotrict Ju Aste ..........
C. W. Farrish.
p strict Attorney
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
The effect was electric; money
GintSenator ........... ..(B)..
Cracker Neck, a small place near
rained into the treasury, and shouts
c > tnty — hapnft :
I Blue cut, thet
thpt a man believed to be made the roof tremble.
C >nntv j i He
■ • •
' 'Ki1 R"fih<Keiiey j one of the robbers had been held
J . C. Welcome I ,
t a . McKinnon there.
A speciaI train bearing offi-,
A. J. McKinnon J
. j z>
.(D).. . .8 w Miller i cers was started from Independence
4 -h > >1 Amennten-lent
TrPtraAki» I ( to make the arrest.
• ■ • Geo
At >ek I n*pect»r
' >-n ni
Geo. Hagey I
of the train, was also engineer of
hush v. R.
Thomae Jonce the train that was held up at the
f5ÿ“Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solic
A. A. Cowing |
same place two months ago. He
well begun in half done. Begin
well by getting Ferry’" heed".
Don’t let chance determine
says he recognizes the men as those
your crop, but plant Ferry'«
Heevla. Known and sold
who committed the previous rob-
Before you plant, get
» ry. and tells the following story
SYLVA RF.BF.KAH Detree No. 4».
of last night’s hold up:
Mertieverv lat and M Wednesday.
for 1NM. Contain" more prao
M<rs La’a McGee N G.
Ileal Information for farmer«
‘‘I saw a red light cross the track
Sam Motherahead. Rec. Sec y
and gardeuern than many high-
prl-f-1 textliooka. Mailed free. .
and stopped the train, because it
a. a. rtaat a <n„ arraoir, ami.
\. O. Ç. W. ’Anrna Lodpe. No 47
Hurns-Canyon Stage Line
»<eet»everv--I and 4th Thnredgv »
out of the cab and ’nto the barrels
H M Horton. M. W.
j w s»yer. Rer d . of two revolvers and a shotgun.
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
The leader was a short, midiuuj-
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express C o ’ b Expess
Wbn ran think
built man, whom I quickly recog-
H IRNF.Y LODGE SO. 77. 1.0 « F.
of tome Um pl*
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Hardware and Tinware.
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