Ark City paper Sept. 17, 1921
A SAFE IS ROBBED And to Thief Was .Kind T-hiouah T-hiouah T-hiouah Close and Lock' the Safe Bobbing the safe at teh E. A. Bigley filling station on North Summit Summit ftree$, and then closing jand locking the door of the safe, was the trick played on Mr. Bigley some time last night. The safe was robbed in this man-nr man-nr man-nr some iinje during the night and the d av cry Was' made that ' th4 nioiii'v was missing, when the boys opened th't '-place '-place '-place of business this morning. The amount taken in this manenr'was 'about $150, but this morning Mr. Bigley had not figured up the exact amount of the' loss. 'The' amount taken was in currency and sliver money. The robber is ' supposed supposed to have entered the place' or business by way of a window ami in the exit he left the back door open. The safe was locked as neat as if the proprietor himself had locked it, it is said, and to' get the money. from the safe the thief or thieves, had to work the combination combination and open the door of the safe-. safe-. safe-. AT r Tl 1 o-l o-l o-l ikr hac hio 5Hoo c in tP lW-& lW-& lW-& I V III' 1I1UIIV. J U Jl V 11UV. Jivr real clue upon which to work this morning, fc-hen fc-hen fc-hen seen by a Traveler reporter. The theft Ayas reported to the police this morning as soon as the money Was missed. Earl Morris, one of the men employed employed tehre, opened the office this morning and found the back door open. Ray Heath and Mr. Bricker were the last men at the office last night and thvy closed the office up in th regular way at ten o'clock that night, the proprietor states.