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Antlers, Indian Territory 
1899 to 1903 Civil Docket

Transcribed by Teresa Young

CIVIL DOCKET

Page 7

CIVIL DOCKET OF B. H. HACKETT, U. S. COMMISSIONER

CENTRAL DISTRICT, INDIAN TERRITORY

FT. SMITH GROCERY CO., Plaintiff

MARTIN BROTHERS, Defendant

Nature of the Case: Attachment

EASTON & STEWART, Attorneys for Plaintiff

Record of Proceedings.

Affidavit and Bond for attachment filed July 31st, 1899. Order of attachment issued returnable August 19th, 1899.

August 19th, 1899, Now on this day this cause being called, the Plaintiff appeared and announced ready for trial, the Defendants MARTIN BROS and SAM MARTIN being duly called wholly failed to appear and answer herein, although duly summoned. It appearing to the court that Plaintiffs demand is liquidated in evidence by a sworn account. It is therefore considered, adjudged and decreed by the court that Plaintiff, the Fort Smith Wholesale Grocery Company, a corporation recover of the defendants MARTIN BROTHERS a firm composed of SAM MARTIN the sum of One hundred two and 32/100 Dollars ($102.32) with interest from this date at the rate of 6% per annum until paid and his costs herein expended. And it appearing to the court by the return of the constable that he has attached a stock of goods wares and merchandise belonging to the defendant in this action and the same is now in his hands. It is therefore now ordered that the constable sell said stock of goods wares and merchandise at the store hours in the Town of Antlers, Indian Territory to the highest bidder for cash in hand. First giving ten days notice by advertisement of the time, place and manner of sale after said sale he will pay over the proceeds of said sale to the plaintiff in satisfaction of the foregoing judgement and costs and if any excess remain he will pay same to defendant. If said property fails to pay said judgement and costs therein, Plaintiff may have its execution for the remainder.

Commissioner's Fees:

Filing & Prs Paper: .15 cents

Affidavit: .50 cents

Issuing Order of Attachment: .50 cents

Approving Bond: .50 cents

Trial: $1.00

Judgement: .40 cents

Issuing Execution: .50 cents

Paid to Clerk September 30th, 1899: $3.55

Signed by M. B. CHAFFIN

CONSTABLE'S FEES

Serving 2 attachments: $1.50

Adv.: $1.50

2% Comm. On sale: $1.30

Ad. Sale: .75 cents

Paid to clerk: $5.05

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