J.P. Court Ex. D13, P.109, J.D. 19, P104,
Alfred P. Rooke
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Where is Alfred P. Rooke recovered judgment against Henry Barnhart on the 1st day of December,
1906 in the Court of James I. Webb, Justice of the Peace of Addison Township for one-hundred and ninety dollars
and no cents, and became replevin bail therefore, on the ____ day of _____, ___, upon which there is due one-hundred
and ninety dollars and no cents,
principal and 6 percent interest from date of this judgment and seven dollars and 85 cents, costs accrued to this time, all without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws.
You are therefore commanded to levy the said sums of money of the property of the defendant and bail, in your county subject to execution, and have the money at the Clerk’s office, to satisfy said judgment, interest, and costs, and return this writ within one-hundred and eighty days from the date of the same, with your doings thereon.
IN WITNESS OF WHICH, I, Cecil B. Collins, Clerk of said Court, hereunto affix the seal thereof and subscribe my name, at Shelbyville, this 20th day of January, A.D., 1915,
Signed: Cecil B. Collins,
Clerk Circuit Court, Shelby County.
Came to hand January 20, 1915:
After deligent search, I fail to find any property of any kind from which to make the principal and costs of this Execution.
Signed: Henry S. Terry,
Sheriff, Shelby County
The one-hundred and eighty days expired. I return this execution not