One sued out in aid of an action already brought, its only office being to hold the property attached under it for the satisfaction of (lie plaintiff’s demand. Templeton v. Mason, 107 Tern. 025. 05 S. W. 25: Southern California Fruit Exeh. v. Stamm, 9 N. M. 301. 54 Pac. 345.

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