William E Elliott in possession of "medicinal" whisky
Under the Beardsley Law. Poseyvllle, Ind., April 25. The Law and Order League, of the previous existence of which llttlo was known, filed a complaint against John Heck-man, Heck-man, Heck-man, a farmer, alleging that he made a false statement in order to procure a quart of whisky from Joseph 7. Shafer, a druggist. The bottle fell into the hands of members of the league when It was In possession of William E. Elliott, and It had on It a label showing It .was bought by Heck-man Heck-man Heck-man for medicinal purposes. The testimony showed that It was bought for Elliott by Heckman, who made a false statement to tret It. The Jury found Heckman guilty and he was fined $25 and costs. It ia the first case tried under the Beardsley law In this part of the state, and It attracted considerable attention.