Injunction Case

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Injunction Case - PARLORS. in and when family one Cotton Sox. 3...
PARLORS. in and when family one Cotton Sox. 3 pairs for 25c "Wash Neckties., Neckties., each 5c -»· -^r-a» "vv -^r~i Lace Trimmed White Pique Hats, each. 50c · -arm ·arar -^n Choice of Turnovers, SALOON MEN FINED J U D G E ROBERTS FILES O P I N I O N S IN I N J U N C T I O N CASES TODAY. TODAY. ried to the supreme court to this point. Injunction Case Settled. The injunction suit which was against the Anheuser-Busch ng association and S. R. Jarry Schmidt, did not come learing as it was settled out by the interested parties. Axel Johnson, Michael Brennan, John Lunkley and James Beatty Fined $400 and Costs -- Anheuser-Busch Injunction Case Settled. Judge M. A. Roberts this morning filed his opinions in the four saloon cases which were completed last week. Axel Johnson, Michael Brennan, Brennan, James Beatty, and John Lunkley were the defendants in the cases and they were fined $400 and costs. There were fourteen cases hut only four of these came up ior trial, the remainder remainder being held over until the August term of district court. The defendants were charged with violating an injunction which had been issued against" them over a year ago by Judge Roberts. The injunction injunction restrained them, from selling liquor liquor in violation of the mulct law. The defendants all 'pleaded guilty to keeping open on the -Fourth of July and it was oa this that most of the cases hinged. Will Appeal ?pases. The cases were hard fought from start ta finish by the attorneys. J. J. Smith and J. R. Jaques represented the defendants, and Raney Simmons of Fairfleld, conducted the prosecution. The attorneys for the 'defense brought up the point that the Fourth was not a legal holiday within the meaning of the mulct law. The cases will be car- CASE DISMISSED. William Shaw Charged With and Battery by John Keister. In Justice Ballard's court afternoon an information was against William Shaw charging with, assault and battery. The complaining witness was John case was called this morning o'clock but was dismissed by justice because no one appeared prosecute the case. TODAY'S MARKETS. This marfcet is furnished by Grain Co., Chicago, E. C. 8, flofmann building, agent. Wheat-- Open. High. Low. Sept Dec May Corn-Sept Corn-Sept Dec ..... May ...... Oats- Sept ...... Dec May ..... Pork- Sept ...... Dec ...... May Lard- Sept , Dec · 83% 83% 85 52% 52% 53% 35 38% 13.10 13.10 13.20 8.00 7.67 84% 84 85% 52% 531/sl 53% 35% 36% 38% 13.15 13.10 13.25 8.00 7.67 83% 83%' 84% 52% 52% 34% 36%' 38 13.00 13.00 13.17 7.90 7.65 Short Ribs-Sept Ribs-Sept 7.72 7.77 7.70 Dec ·...,.« 7.75 7.80

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  1. Ottumwa Daily Courier,
  2. 15 Aug 1903, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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