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Antlers, Indian Territory 
1899 to 1903 Civil Docket

Transcribed by Teresa Young

CIVIL DOCKET

Page 6

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

CENTRAL DISTRICT, INDIAN TERRITORY

GUSS HARRIS, Plaintiff

DOCK OAKES and CORA LAW, Defendant

Nature of the Case: Replevin of Horse

Record of Proceedings.

Affidavit and Bond, filed in case of Replevin, July 25th, 1899. Order of Deliver issued returnable August 14th, 1899. Plaintiff files motion to strike defendant DOCK OAKES named from this cause of action and to make JAMES LAW a party defendant herein. Motion granted and case continued to August 31st, 1899.

August 31, 1899, case continued by agreement of parties to September 12th, 1899.

September 12, 1899, this cause coming on to be heard both parties appear. Defendant files motion for continuance. Motion overruled. Plaintiff ask for and are granted permission to amend the affidavit by inserting the value of property in same. Defendant files answer. Plaintiff asked for jury. Venire issued. Jury come, sworn and empaneled to try the cause. Evidence of witnesses and argument of council heard by the jury and jury retired to consideration their verdict and returned into open court the following verdict to-wit:

“We the jury find the issues for the plaintiff GUSS HARRIS”. WM. ELLIS, Foreman.

It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that the plaintiff GUSS HARRIS do have and retain the possession of the horse herein in contirveisy (sic ‘controversy’) and that he have judgement for all his cost herein laid out and expended for which execution may issue.

Commissioner's Fees:

Filing & Pros Paper: .15 cents

Affidavit: .50 cents

Issuing Order of Delivery: .50 cents

Continuance: .25 cents

Trial: $1.00

Serving 5 witnesses: .50 cents

Judgement: .40 cents

Affidavit to answer: .50 cents

Swearing 5 witnesses: .50 cents

Issuing venues Jury: .25 cents

Swearing Jury: .25 cents

Paid to Clerk September 30th, 1899: $4.80

Signed by M. B. CHAFFIN

CONSTABLE'S FEES

Serving: .75 cents

Expenses: $1.00

Summoning Jury: .75 cents

Paid to clerk: $2.50

Jury fees: $1.50

WITNESS FEES: LEE PIERCE

Signed by B. F. HACKETT, U. S. COMM.

 

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