Courant American News, March 3, 1887

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia

March 3, 1887 Page 2:

 
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Georgia, Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: F. M. Durham, administrator de bonus non &c., of James Vaughn deceased, has in due form applied to the undersigned for leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate of said deceased, and said application will be heard on the first Monday in April next. This 1st March, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

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Georgia, Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: Madison Milam, guardian of Cora Milam, minor, has made application for leave to sell the lands belonging to the interest of said minor in certain lands to wit: parts of lots Nos. 690, 691 and 679, in the 17th district and 3rd section of Bartow county, Georgia, (the interest of said minor being the undivided one fifth) and said application will be heard and passed upon on the first Monday in April next. This 2nd March, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

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Libel for Divorce.

Anna H. Thornton vs W. T. Thornton
Libel for Divorce in Bartow Superior Court.

It appearing to the Court that libel for divorce has been filed in this case returnable to January term, 1887, and that the defendant is now a non-resident of this State and cannot be served with copy and process; it is therefore ordered that the defendant do appear in person, or by attorney, at the July term, 1887, and file defense to said suit, if any he has. And it is further ordered that this order be published in the Courant-American once a month for four months before said July term, 1887. This February 11th, 1887. J. C. Fain, J. S. C. C. C. A true extract from the minutes of Bartow Superior Court. F. M. Durham, Clerk.

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Citation.

Georgia Bartow County:

Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned, that lately Elbert P. Cook late of Buenos Ayres, in South America, departed this life intestate, leaving considerable real estate and personal property in Bartow county Georgia, and no person has applied for administration on the estate of said Elbert P. Cook in said State, that administration will be vested in the Clerk of the Superior Court of said county upon his own bond; or some other fit and proper person on the first Monday in April next, unless valid objection is made to his appointment. Given under my hand and official signature, this 1st day of March, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

 

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