September 25, 1901
The following business was transacted in the district court since last week’s report:
In suit of Benj. F. Lowrey et al. vs. Mrs. Talitaha C. Lowery plea of prescription filed by plaintiff was sustained.
In case of B. B. Thomas vs. W. M. Cole, judgment for plaintiff for about $220.
Levy Powell was acquitted of charge of maiming domestic animal in one case and pleaded guilty in the other. Fined $10 and costs.
Ben Ford was convicted of charge of failure to work on bridge, and Jim Norris pleaded guilty to same charge. Both were fined $5 and costs.
In case of state vs. Floyd Ham et al., on charge of disturbing peaceable assembly, Floyd Ham and Add Pardue pleaded guilty, and were fined $15 each and costs, while Hardy Hall was acquitted.
Emmett Pace pleaded guilty to charge of disturbing peaceable assembly, and was fined $15 and costs.
Walter Raney was convicted of charge of carrying concealed weapons, and was fined $20 and costs. He was acquitted on charge of selling liquor without license.
Tom Hamilton was acquitted of charge of cutting timber on land of another.
Geo. Steele pleaded guilty to charge of carrying a concealed weapon, and was fined $15 and costs.
Judgment of not guilty was rendered in case of State vs. Charlie Phillips et al.
Steele Smith and Arthur Tidwell pleaded guilty to charge of carrying concealed weapons and were fined $15 each and costs.
Tom Hamilton was convicted of charge of cutting timber on school land and was fined $50 and costs.
Jud Sones pleaded guilty to shooting with intent to kill and was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary.