19 Sep 1911 - The Frederick Post
a short tha; Maryland ci'.y camp el- IS COMING WITHA GUN Clagett Threatens to Make The Post u Eat Its Words." WIRES THREAT AFTER LEAVING CITY t M:S: Mr h: l de: * routine Hack Thi- Wrrk With Hi* WilV. He Sat-si and luliiuaU-. t l i ! .. . . ' -I!--!! Thru lÂ»irÂ«- I hii.tf" art- Â«.Â»IIIK lu Â· Happen. by Thomas i'laget-, who. h.uins sÂ»Â»- tejl a l Â» e \ V S s U p p i v 0! I l l y started west again yesl- rÂ«!,ty afternoon a f t e r a l.r:e: to Frederick,) Th. \v " ~ " . j.t per.-on.il s i i ^ - i I'osi b . forÂ«- h e I.-!- n.w:i. .ind , , , - - v e r Â·Â·Sensed wiili \':- ;ci;un: oi !ns dosii^s Â· . \~ l i m n . . r.-- v.,! : i.!-..!..il.ly remain in published in M. !"i- i n - i i i \\ ' , , i !Â· r.-.:. i-si k !Â·Â·! ^ v . s.i! ilavs J u n c t i o n he sei:' th:s te!i-ar.ii:i Â· ..^ , _. ... :o J u n c t i o n he sei:' th:s te|i-ar.ii:i Â·K.i-tor Frederick !Â·Â«Â·#;. Fre.Sen.-k. Md - You are . ( bunch of curs M y ] wife and 1 r e t u r n to Frederick v. .-ek and w:!l v.-ik- j on .-.it o u Â·Â·\or(!s a: point of i;u!:." This Â«i:!!i to ie s;ooi! news for the bellboys at the .\.-\\ (.-Â·;- Hotel. -A ho v.i!l doubtless be ilelisl.ted to hear Mr. Clagest inieiids coining back 10 Frelerick so soon. \Vh.-th-r h- w i l continue ions: to be so prodigal w i tips is a |ises!ion. liow.-v.-r. l"--rsons who are f a m i l i a r w i t h the uardiKg th- amount of his i n h e r atice .-xpr--ss doubt as lo w h e t h will las: Ions; at tin- rate ibe mo:iÂ«-y remain- down when some has .been Clasett. it is stated. i o them. With line with the was ure-d to p;st his money in i hands of a Tus'-e. w i t h a \ie\v curbing liis spending:, but he I'.ecli'ied, to d o this, a n d t h e nion-y. ( _ _ accounts, iias b--n j;^'''-? ::t ;l r a p i d li" S. r tips given by Clagett w h in Frederick t h i s first ones of t h a t him. it is stated. of the -- -k w*-r- not the amount given by A man who read in yesterday's Tost said t h a t when Olageu was here on being streÂ«-t and is be- ions visit he paid a boy $5 ing his grip to the railroad station. The reporter who interviewed him it the hotel yesterday is the only engaged not a Anderson work week the old the latter and not be will from connec- the line as for time one about the office of The Post who mows Clasjett by sisrht. However. strangers need not hesitate to enter h? offic'.' for fear of being mistak'-n 'or him. The Post has no gun. and s not going to do any shooting. Persons acquainted with Clagett and his doings say thai on his last two visits to Frederick he paid off debts alleged to be due by his father to the amount of about $1.800. Yesterday, it was said, a man approached Clagett at the hotel and said the hater's father had owed him a certain amount of money. "All right." said Clagett, "make a receipt for it." And he paid the man and then took him into thÂ« and s*-t up the drinks .