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Transcription of a Justice of the Peace Book 1896-1937
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STATE OF ILLINOIS                 No   1        In Justice Court,
County of Sangamon
Town of Talkington                    Before    C. O. Dodd            Justice of the Peace

                                                                          In an action of .....................................Amount. $.........................     
                                                                          Date of Process..................................................................189....
                                                                          Kind of Process............................................................................
                                             Plaintiff                   Nature of Charge if Criminal.........................................................
                        vs.                                              Name of Officer to whome Process delivered:
                                                           
                                                                                                                                                                              
                                                                         Returnable......................................189....at............o'clock.........M .
                                         Defendant
ITEMS OF FEES
AMOUNT
RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS   
COURT COSTS

                        Chattle Mortgage                                                                                  
Docketing,

  Appeared before me( C. O. Dodd) this 19th day of  November A. D. 1895
              Affidavit,
  We, Josephine L. Bradley and Thomas A. Bradly
               Bond,

    of Talkington Township, Sangamon County
Issuing Writ,

   State of Illinois, for value recieved, hereby
     "      Summons,

    sell and mortgage unto Hopkins and Chamberlain
     "      Subpoena,

  and Wm Loch of Virden the following
     "      Venire,

   goods chattle towit:
     "      Sci. Fa.,

                                                     Our bay mare (Name
            Oaths,     

   Kate) 5 years old
Entering Continuance
                 One Gray Horse (Called Charlie) 11 yrs. 
     "      Appeal

   old.
      "      Verdict,

                 One Brown Horse (Called Dick) 4 yrs.
Trial Fee,

   old.
Issuing Execution ,

                One Sorrel Mare ( Called Flora) 3 yrs
Satisfaction,

  old .
Attorneys's Fee in Labor Cases ,
                     One Sorrel Horse (Called Jim) 2 yrs old
Transcripts ,

                     One Bay Horse  (Called Warren) 3 yrs old


                 One Black Horse (Called Dick) 14 yrs old


                 One Bay horse (Called Bob) 14 yrs old


                 One Roan cow 6 yrs old. One Jersey Cow   


              4 yrs old One Jersey calf. Four brood cows    
CONSTABLE'S FEES .

              1 Morse  Two horse wagon. One low wheeled
Serving and Returning Summons,
              wagon with bed and hayrack. One bobsled
    "               "          Subpoena,

              One Walton Three horse riding plow.
     "             "           Venire,

              One Driving Binder. One Bradley Dise Cultivator
Attending Trial, Jury,

              One corn planter Keystone. 2/3 of 40 acres of 
Taking Bond,

              growing wheat, on the Bradley Farm on
Serving and Returning Execution,

              which the Mortgagors now resides.  
Advertising for Sale,

             Provided that if the said Mortgagors shall                
Commision on Sale,

              pay the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Seven
Mileage,

              dollars and Fifty One cents (257 57/100) with interest


       according to the terms of two (2) certain promissary


       notes signed by said Mortgagors payable one to


       Hopkins and Chamberlain for $137.01 (One to Wm. Loch for


       120.50 or order, as follows. Towit: One Note dated Nov.


        19th 1895. Due Oct. 1, 1896 for  137.01. Our Note dated 


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