Tom Burgess, liquor, jan 12, 1922

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Tom Burgess, liquor, jan 12, 1922 - FIVE CENTS AldOPY VOL. XXII .1 ,Th* Santliwl...
FIVE CENTS AldOPY VOL. XXII .1 ,Th* Santliwl BURDEN ILLICIT - LIQUOR HANDLING County court was in session the past Week, Judge W. H. Martin, presiding. The burden of offenses was illicit handling handling of liquor. " CRIMINAL DOCKET State of Oklahoma vs: John Younger, making liquor, $50 fine, 30 days in jail. Phillip Cone and John Dear, man, transporting liquor, continued. continued. Geo. Pumpkin, making liquor, $100 fine. .60 days in jail; transporting, transporting, not guilty. Carl Robbins and Horace Payton, Payton, making liquor, each $50 fine and 30 days in jail. Julius Wilburn. making libuor, $50 fine and 30 days. Tom Burgess, making liquor, $50 and 30 days. Jack and Raymond Cornett, making liquor, $100 and 60 days each, appealed. Sherman Carter, transpdrting, continued. Jim Matlock and Clarence Golden, making liquor, $50 and 30 days. _ George Briggs, selling liquor, continued. Bruce Evans, transporting, continued. continued. . •. Jim Corn et al,- dynamiting, continued. Harry Tootle, transporting, $50 and 30 days. N. J. Brogden andJoe Stansill, transporting, Brogden acquitted, Stansill $50 and 30 days. Joe McCasland et al, dynamit- - 131frh Moore and John Duncan, selling liquor, Moore acquitted, Duncan $150 and 60 days, appealed. appealed. Sulteesky Soap, transporting, continued. John Fogg, furnishing liquor, acquitted. John -Duncan, contempt of court, $25 and 10 days. ' Monroe Sanders, transporting, acquitted. . Town of Stilwell vs. Dick Dudley,, Dudley,, disturbing* the peace, $1 and costs, appealed. CIVIL DOCKET Lucy Buchanan vs. Frank

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  1. The Standard-Sentinel,
  2. 12 Jan 1922, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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