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Antlers, Indian Territory 
1899 to 1903 Civil Docket

Transcribed by Teresa Young

CIVIL DOCKET

Page 11

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

CENTRAL DISTRICT, INDIAN TERRITORY

G. E. WINN or G. E. WINE or G. E. ULINE, Plaintiff

MALISSA SHOALS, Defendant

Nature of the Case: Money due on rent $40.00.

Record of Proceedings.

Complaint and Bond and Affidavit filed for attachment September 22nd, 1899. Order of attachment issued returnable October 9th, 1899. On this the 9th day of October 1899, this cause come on to be heard, both plaintiff and defendant appearing in person and by attorneys and both parties announced ready for trial and neither party demanding a jury, the cause was submitted to the court for trial. And the court after hearing the evidence and the argument of council, doth find that the defendant is indebted to the plaintiff to the amount of one fourth of the cotton produced on the farm of plaintiff in the year of 1899. The same being now in the hands of the constable and that the attachment herein was rightfully sued out. It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that the attachment herein be sustained and that plaintiff have judgement for one fourth of the cotton aforesaid and for all his costs herein expended and laid out, for which execution may issue.

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

Now on this day of 1899, The Constable having attached about 6900 # seed cotton in the above cause and the same being now in his possession and the plaintiff having obtained a judgement against the defendant for one fourth of all the cotton produced on the farmer of plaintiff in the year of 1899 and his costs in this case and the same being now in the hands of the constable.

The constable is hereby directed by the court to turn over to the plaintiff one fourth of the cotton attached and now in his possession and to sell enough of the remainder to pay the plaintiff all his costs in this suit viz $13.50 and to pay the expense in gathering and caring for said crop and the expenses of this sale of cotton and to turn the over plus if any over to the defendant.

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

Commissioner's Fees:

Filing & Pro Papers: .15 cents

Issuing order of attached: .50 cents

Approving Bond: .50 cents

Paid to Clerk Sept. 30th, 1899: $1.15

Serving 2 witnesses: .20 cents

Trial: $1.00

Judgement: .40 cents

Transcript: .50 cents

Order of sale: .50 cents

Paid to Clerk December 31, 1899: $2.60

Signed by M. B. CHAFFIN

CONSTABLE'S FEES

Service & Att.: $1.25

Expense: $8.00

Advertising: .75 cents

Selling: $1.10

Paid to clerk: $1.85

(Note from Teresa Young: Unsure of Plaintiff’s last name)

 

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