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she is able to take eara of herself. L. W. Selsor. a tall loug whiskered cattle king from Taney couptyi also came nearly being led astray, but was rescued by tha police and the villain, Hand timith, who did not accomplish her fiendish purposes, languishea in jail nntll she serves out a as fine. WheeiA - Judge Evans got around tj Selsur'a case be remarked that the Qldsvit charged the defendant witit being drunk, carrying concealed weapona and about everything known to the law, but tbat if the defendant would enter a plea of guilty for lewd conduct be would drop the other charges. Mr. belsor agreed to thla and then rose to make a state meal, lie waived nia arms in an oratorical sort of a way which amused Judge Evans to harbor tha suspicion tbat the defendant defendant waa a preacher. In his address to the court Mr. Selsor, who seemed In need of his friend eVltzer, said that ha bad done." bis share towards the upbuilding of Springfield and bad brought all bis stock to this city. He bsd led an boa - est and virtuous life and knew bis punishment punishment was just. He bad in a weak moment taken ton much liquor and bad been followed by a siren, lie bad gone to a room bat waa soon captured by the police and there he was. Then he turned around on his heel and Ira plored the auditors to profit vy bis awful example. in passing sentence Judge Evans gave it as hia opinion tbat the person at tha bar took a most too trvmenooos view of the situation. "It's simply this," said tha judge, "you're used t J pine top whisky, toe csme np here and tried red liquor. - There is no limit to the possibilities of red Honor. It's not like pine top. The rhange was too violent for yon. I will make tba fine 1 and hereafter you stick to pine top." VIr. Selsor bad about Srto which he tnraed over to a .friend and then forgot about It and supposed be bad been, robbed. The money tnraed np, how - eve', and the fine waa pail. Maud Smith pleaded guilty and waa committed committed in hot baste, to lecture being thrown in. Julia Langston; charged with dls - turoing the peace, took change of venae to Justice Fergasoa and will be tried to - day. Bnbert liowmaa. arrested on a like

Clipped from Springfield Leader and Press15 Dec 1894, SatPage 3

Springfield Leader and Press (Springfield, Missouri)15 Dec 1894, SatPage 3
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