B. E. LA DOW & CO. v. WILSON

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B. E. LA DOW & CO. v. WILSON
1921 OK 283
200 P. 156
82 Okla. 238
Case Number: 10264
Decided: 07/12/1921
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

B. E. LA DOW & CO.
v.
WILSON et al.

Syllabus

¶0 Appeal and Error--Failure to File Brief--Dismissal. Where a cause pending in this court has been set for hearing on the regular printed docket, and no appearance is made on behalf of the plaintiff in error nor brief filed in compliance with rule No. 7 of this court (47 Okla. vi), and no showing made why the cause has not been briefed, this court will assume that the appeal has been abandoned, and the same will be dismissed for failure to file brief.

J. L. Cooper and John J. Jones, for plaintiff in error.
Fleming & Swarts, for defendants in error.

KENNAMER, J.

 
¶1 This is an appeal from the district court of Kay county by B. E. La Dow & Company, plaintiff in error, against Joseph W. Wilson, A. A. McFall, and Charles M. Baird, as defendants in error. This cause was set for hearing on the 21st day of June, 1921. No appearance was made on behalf of the plaintiff in error, and no brief has been filed by plaintiff in error nor excuse presented to the court why the cause has not been briefed on behalf of the plaintiff in error. Under rule No. 7 of this court (47 Okla. vi) the appeal is subject to dismissal. It is, therefore, ordered by the court that the appeal herein be, and the same is dismissed.