INCORPORATED TOWN OF LEHIGH v. THOMAS

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INCORPORATED TOWN OF LEHIGH v. THOMAS
1908 OK 154
97 P. 362
21 Okla. 901
Case Number: 231
Decided: 08/28/1908
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

INCORPORATED TOWN OF LEHIGH et al.
v.
THOMAS et al.

Action by the incorporated town of Lehigh and others against J. C. Thomas and others. Judgment for defendants.

Ledbetter & Moore, for plaintiffs.
D. D. Brunson and B. B. Blakeney, for defendants.

DUNN, J.

¶1 This case is an original action in the Supreme Court growing out of a controversy arising out of the special election held for the removal or relocation of the county seat of Coal county, Okla. The same matters are involved herein as in the case of City of Pond Creek et al., v. Haskell et al., ante, p. 711, 97 P. 338, and the ruling of the court and the decision in that case cover all of the question raised in this.

¶2 The opinion rendered therein is therefore adopted and made the opinion in this case.

¶3 All the Justices concur.