MARPLE v. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' NAT. BANK OF NOCONA

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MARPLE v. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' NAT. BANK OF NOCONA
1911 OK 170
115 P. 1124
28 Okla. 810
Case Number: 799
Decided: 05/09/1911
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

MARPLE
v.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' NAT. BANK OF NOCONA, TEXAS.

Error from Jefferson County Court; G. M. Bond, Judge.

Action between John Marple and the Farmers' and Merchants' National Bank, of Nocona, Texas. From the judgment, Marple brings error. Dismissed.

C. E. Davis, for plaintiff in error.
P. T. Hamilton, for defendant in error.

KANE, J.

¶1 The above entitled cause was filed in this court on the 23rd day of April, 1909, but has not been briefed by any of the parties. It now comes on to be heard upon a motion to dismiss by defendant in error, upon, among others, the following grounds: First, because the case-made on file in this court was never filed in the court below, as provided by law; second, no summons in error was ever issued or served on defendant in error or its counsel, nor has such issuance and service been waived; third, because neither the case-made nor a copy thereof was served upon defendant in error or its counsel; fourth, because the certificate of the county judge before whom said cause was tried certifying to the case-made now on file in this court was never attested by the clerk of said county court, as provided by law. We find that each ground for dismissal assigned is well taken, and, as any one of them will be fatal to the review of the errors complained of by this court, the motion to dismiss the appeal must be sustained.

¶2 All the Justices concur.