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Huntsville Weekly Times (AL)
Huntsville Weekly Times (AL)
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Description: Circuit Court in Equity - Wade vs. Pollard;
Circuit Court in Equity - Staff vs. Stagg;
Classified Column - Lost

Date: August 12 1920

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 3, Column 5

State of Alabama, Madison County—Circuit Court, in Equity.
No. 589 Walter Wade, Complainant vs. Effie Pollard et al, Defendant.
In this cause it is made to appear to the Register by the affidavit of R. E. Smith that the residence of the defendant Effie Pollard in unknown and cannot be ascertained, and further that in the belief of affiant the defendant is over the age of twenty one years.
It is therefore ordered by the Register that publication be made in the Huntsville Times, a newspaper published in Madison County, Ala., once a week for four consecutive weeks requiring her the said Effie Pollard to answer, plead of demur to the bill of complaint in the above cause, within thirty days after the 5th day of August 1920 and failing so to do a decree pro confesso will be taken against her.
Done this 14th day of July, 1920.
F. S. Cabaniss, Register Circuit Court.
R. E. Smith 7-29-4tw.
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State of Alabama, Madison County—Circuit Court, in Equity.
No. 1078 Harris Stagg, Complainant vs. Lillie Stagg, Defendant.
In this cause it is made to appear to the Register by the affidavit of R. E. Smith that the residence of the defendant Lillie Stagg in unknown and cannot be ascertained, and further that in the belief of affiant the defendant is over the age of twenty one years.
It is therefore ordered by the Register that publication be made in the Huntsville Times, a newspaper published in Madison County, Ala., once a week for four consecutive weeks requiring her the said Lillie Stagg to answer, plead of demur to the bill of complaint in the above cause, within thirty days after the 5th day of August 1920 and failing so to do a decree pro confesso will be taken against her.
Done this 14th day of July, 1920.
F. S. Cabaniss, Register Circuit Court.
R. E. Smith 7-29-4tw.
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CLASSIFIED COLUMN
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LOST
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LOST one small gold watch and faub Wednesday morning on Eustis Street between the Campbell residence and public square. Watch has letter K engraved on front and a diamond set in back. Finder will please return to Pryor Simpson Motor Co.’s office and get reward. J. M. Kirkpatrick. 12-3t.

Submitted: 09/10/19

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