7 Dec 1898 Walker Court Case
t A r. Animals and A. H. Coryell Replevins Two Sues For Damages. A. H. Coryell, a horse buyer, has sued J. .W Walker and Harry A. Walker, his son, for the recovery of two mules and $50 damages. It is stated that the mules were sold by J. W. Walker to Coryell, and after the sale it developed that they were owned by Harry A. Walker, his son, who retused to give Uoryell possession possession of them. It is also stated that J. W. Walker was paid $100 by Coryell, who has replevined the mules and sued for $T0 damages. The case will be tried in Justice Kingman's court on Friday.