Court Items

The Gazette
September 4, 1901

Court adjourned Friday after an unimportant session of part of two weeks. In addition tot the business reported previously, the following cases were disposed of at the session:

Case against Amos Baker, charged with bigamy, was prescribed.

Aubrey Rabun was convicted of cruelty to animal, and was fined $5 and costs.

M. J. Pearson vs. Heirs of  R. C. H. Turnage, Judgment for plaintiff.

Gus Hartman vs. G. W. Phillips, S. Phillips, intervenor. Judgment for plaintiff against defendant for $148.59, and rejecting intervenor’s  demand.


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