William E Elliott in possession of "medicinal" whisky

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William E Elliott in possession of "medicinal" whisky - Under the Beardsley Law. Poseyvllle, Ind.,...
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.

Clipped from The Elwood Daily Record25 Apr 1907, ThuPage 7

The Elwood Daily Record (Elwood, Indiana)25 Apr 1907, ThuPage 7
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