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In Years Past

July 6, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, the only case in court in Mayville on this morning was that of Charles Faso of Portland who was charged with selling liquor contrary to the license law in existence in Portland. The law gave the right to sell liquor over the bar but not in bottles to be carried away. Faso was charged with selling liquor to Harold Smith of Watts Flats, a boy 18 or 19 years of age, who was working in the grapes. He bought a pint of whiskey and a pint of gin from Faso and he and some other boys became intoxicated.

 
 

 

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