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Archive for May 27th, 2019

Originally published in the Orting Oracle, May 26, 1916

Friday, May 26, 1916—Superior Judge Easterday last Tuesday sentenced Mayor Joseph McCaskey of Wilkeson $100 and costs of the trial and ten days in the county jail, he having been convicted of selling intoxicating liquors at his drug store in Wilkeson.

The total costs of the prosecution was $386.75, and the law provides that druggist convicted of violating the statutes cannot sell intoxicating liquors for any purpose for a period of two years unless they post a heavy bond to observe the law in making sales.

The $486.75 McCaskey was ordered to pay may be a small matter when compared with what he may have to yield up to the county. It is admitted that there is a strong grounds for the suspicion that A.A. Battiste, McCaskey’s pharmacist, who is out of jail on heavy bail for his alleged part in the selling of booze, has skipped the country. (more…)

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Originally published in The Seattle Star, May 26,1902

Franklin coal mines

Franklin coal mines

W.G. Hartanft, county superintendent of schools, has made arrangements for the teachers to spend a day at the Franklin and Black Diamond coal mines. These mines are situated just at the entrance of Green River Canyon, among delightfully interesting scenes of the Cascades.

The excursion train will leave from the Ocean dock at the foot of Washington Street, Saturday at 8:30 a.m., and all the teachers and their friends are invited. The fare is $1 a round trip. This is one-half the regular fare. Mr. Hartanft suggests that rubbers and a mackintosh will be necessary in going through the mines.

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