Pittston Gazette, 3 FEB 1919, p. 6

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Pittston Gazette, 3 FEB 1919, p. 6 - Msft'ir thirty 7 Scranton,. Feb. S. - f - Found...
Msft'ir thirty 7 Scranton,. Feb. S. - f - Found not guilty of the eight .'btfitta,' itr the indictment charging them, with ballot box stuffing stuffing at the - primary election on May 2t, 19V Harry P. 'Jiteii; Frank C. Ward; Alfred Cuuen and Thomas O'Connor, members of the election board - lh' tha - - Fnrtli. dbrtrlr rif tha Sixth, Ward, of Dunmore, - tried.' before John O. Harmon, of Blooihsnurg, were let off by Jury in. court Saturday Saturday with the navment of tha eosta. iThe verdict was received without com - umeht by the Judge. - 1 ssamate8 place the costs of the Dunmore case at approximately $460. Withess - fees, t is - safd, run close to $260, this - being exclusive of the cosu of the original probe before court in June last.' The. case were heard by two Krana. luiroa - 'witii tnn umn num. bet of "Witnesses subpoenaed at each inyestigation. - Attorney John J. Too - hey, for the defendants, assured court ithat the 'acoUittedvofftabtla - wniiM m Nhe. costs " '., - . 4;, ,; In a statement given out following the. presentation df the lurVM reDort. roietriet ornerQeorgeW. Jdaxey, wno, with Assistant District Attorney Harold A. Beratf. .tried. tb cu. tnr ?Oie' 'CtontewettM,' !4Hajiiftiiil the yeraict an - one or me - foulest blows ever dealt the" cause of honest eov. rnment in JUckdwannal contity." j. - t UflSSff f w iPIWilLE Aim.' CiMmana nU. M ueicnoir tMmtnntis. died MWiunm. yjpa.JnoB).ot n int .wiima r. imraens, in PldihSvilie, Mn: - : Bi'm - iTK started: to - re s of the spytsafsWslsdwf tb? a sud - ea Wsak 'Sb:1 m MMvi.iuiik. afair - Medlcarald wMcatleor. But passed awe,y. ftfte eBMM - tlme. - Minunens jiyedi.iimv. Railroad y esjirsi . but - sewnr years ago she mowed io i - iainvi. w to - restoe witn her son. She was boim 7yeafslfo fti" Swl& - erland. and in ltHt she came to the United States taking up: Her abode' t Pittston. Three children were bom to Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, two of whom are living, Mrs.. Carrie Gruver, of Falls, and William R. glmmens, of . - Fiainsrille. - : : - .. - The xunerai will be held tomorrow afternoon - front " the Simmens home, 213 CourtrJght street, PlalnsviUe.. Services Services wm be eontlncted by.ftetr.. Mr. DelbeM,. of ;8t.' Peter' LaThereh Church, Hamtown, and intemea will be in St.; Peter's. Lutheran CemeterJ. ' 1 1," r , . i ',' - pv "STBOP BF FIBS" r mm wm Look at tngjue! Rno?e riappj from ttoguich, Uvwnd k : Aoept "CsifolIa,. Syrnp ef ,m child is having the". Usee and - .tte harmless laxaUv or payslc .for th little atonwelL llvav .j jui Children Tovr ltsdeUCloos' fruity Jiast. Pull AnwHaiw n .VlMl.T ' eaph bottle Mt' if without fa.

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Pittston Gazette (Pittston, Pennsylvania)03 Feb 1919, MonPage 6
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