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Antlers, Indian Territory 
1899 to 1903 Civil Docket

Transcribed by Teresa Young

CIVIL DOCKET

Page 16

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

CENTRAL DISTRICT, INDIAN TERRITORY

SILVERMAN BROS., Plaintiff

DUDLEY SNOWTON, Defendant

Nature of the Case: Replevin

PARKER & FREDRICK, Attorneys for Plaintiff

Record of Proceedings.

Affidavit in Replevin filed October 21st, 1899.

Order of Delivery issued returnable November 4th, 1899. On this the 4th day of November 1899, the same being the return day of the above cause and it appearing to the court from the returns of the office that the defendant had been duly served with summons and he had taken possession of by virtue of the writ herein: One Gray mare, one Dark bay or blue mare mule and one bay mare coalt (sic ‘colt’) and the Plaintiffs appearing in person and by attorneys, PARKER & FREDRICKS announce ready for trial and the defendant being called answer not, the hour for his appearance having expired and the court proceeded to hear the evidence in said cause doth find that the plaintiffs are entitled to have and return the possession of the following property viz: One dark bay or blue mare mule, one Gray mare and one bay mare coalt.

It is therefore ordered and adjudged that Plaintiffs do have and retain the possession of the above described property together with their costs in this cause laid out and expended for which execution may issue.

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

Commissioner's Fees:

Filing & Pros Paper: .15 cents

Issuing Order of Delivery: .50 cents

Affidavit: .50 cents

Approving Bond: .50 cents

Trial: $1.00

Judgement: .40 cents

Paid to Clerk December 31st, 1899: $3.05

 

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