17 Feb 1904 Adams County News page 3

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17 Feb 1904 Adams County News page 3 - A. O. Lee, postmaster at Cunningham, is up from...
A. O. Lee, postmaster at Cunningham, is up from the south end of the county in attendance as a witness in the case of the state seduction case against Thomas O'Hare wherein Emma Hicks is the complainant complainant and brings suit for breach of promise. The witnesses from that neighborhood neighborhood are: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bagwell, Bagwell, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hayden, Byron Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vinsen, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Skeen, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Billington, P. J. Amer, J. H. Reimenshneider, Reimenshneider, Frank and Elmer Steele, J. W. Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kellenberger, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Estep, John Carter, W. H. Hodson, Henry Walters, Philip Done, James O'Hare, James Hanryhan, J. P. Price, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hedrick. About thirty eight witnesses are summoned summoned for the heaiing which was in progress yesterday. The jury in the case after thirty minutes deliberation brought in a verdict ot guilty as charged. Miss Hicks is an educated, refined young lady, a graduate from college and an expert musician. Mr. O'Hare is well connected, I has considerable property here and his father is a rich easterner who is heart broken over the affair. Judgment was givan for $7000 .against Mr. O'Hare in | favor of the complainant. W. H. Tuggle, treasurer and chief ac States Feby. of phoid was Sept. 67th man, life a ever ttics the and for we thetic ri»cuinstance Mr. so vigilant rapid. In

Clipped from Adams County News17 Feb 1904, WedPage 3

Adams County News (Ritzville, Washington)17 Feb 1904, WedPage 3
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