Grand Jury hearings

Edward Norton, proprietor of the Exchange Hotel at Bolton, was held by Justice Faber for the Grand Jury on a charge of violating the excise law in selling liquor without a license. Bolton is a dry town and Norton is out on $1,000 bail.

In another matter, a lawsuit was held Oct. 12, 1909 before Justice Braley, of North Creek, between Mrs. Edward Palmer and Eugene Wood, in regard to a trunk belonging to Mrs. Palmer that Wood took to Indian Lake without her consent. He is ordered to appear before the Grand Jury and bail has been fixed at $300. His lawyer is John H. Cunningham.

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