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The Democrat Sentinel
The Democrat Sentinel
Contributed by Joyce_Fullen

Description: Common Pleas & Probate Court

Date: May 15 1913

Newspaper published in: Logan

Source: Ohio Historical Society Microfilm

Page/Column: Front page



Buell EBY, 25, decorator, Logan; Mary Louise FORD, 22; at home, Logan.  Rev. CORRELL.

Edward EVANS, 21, coal miner, Murray, Ohio; Mona POTTER, 25, housekeeper, Murray, Ohio.  Squire LAPPEN.

Samuel SEALS, 18, forge hammerman, Flint, Mich.; Lottie WILSON, 17, at home, Logan.  Rev. O.L. BARNGROVER.

May 7.  Application for the appointment of guardian of the person and estate of Wanda Lillian KENNARD and Vivian Marie KENNARD, minors, filed by Chas. D. KENNARD.  Bond ordered and filed and letters of guardianship issued.

May 7.  Application for appointment of trustee of the trust created by items 4 and 5 of the will of John FLUM, deceased, filed by Edward N. BECK.  Bond ordered and filed and letters issued to Edward N. BECK, trustee.

May 9.  Affidavit for insanity of Edward PRALL of Ward township.  Matter heard, finding said Edward PRALL to be insane and commitment to Athens State Hospital ordered.

May 10.  Application for admission of anthenticated copy of will of Mary M. FINNEY, deceased, filed by Marcia FINNEY and order admitted to record issued.

Inventory and appointment in the matter of the estate of Dora DAVIDSON filed by Louis L. DAVIDSON, administrator; also sale bill of personal property belonging to said estate filed.



Judge LOWRY held court Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week and Monday and Tuesday of this week.  The following cases were disposed of:

In the case of Francis STORER et al vs Sullivan MAXWELL et al, verdict having been rendered April 30th sustaining the will, will come up for hearing Saturday the 17th on motion for a new trial.

The case of William HELBER vs the H.V. Ry for damages, has been deferred until Monday, May 19 on account of the death of Attorney Clem WRIGHT's mother.

In the order of the distribution of the proceeds of sale in the case of James M. MELDRIM vs Belle C. HYSON, leave was granted George FOX to withdraw his answer to the application of Belle C. HYSON for homestead.  The balance for distribution was $836.38, distributed as follows:  First, 6.36 additional cost to be paid to Clerk of court; second $500 to be paid to Mrs. Belle C. HYSON in lien of her homestead; third:  the residence to be applied on the judgment lien of George FOX amounting to $330.02; fourth:  that the sum of $201.35 be paid to H.M. WHITCRAFT on his mortgage clim out of the $500 herein set out to Mrs. HYSON.

Hearing on demurrer in the case of Edith Alma WOLFE vs Katherine TOM will be argued today.

The case of Henry FAUBLE vs William BRANDT, auditor, for injunction and equitable relief, will be heard on demurrer, Saturday, May 17.

In the case of S.S. RUBLE vs Minnie McBROOM for money and foreclosure.  The answer of Minnie McBROOM and Allen R. McBROOM was withdrawn.  Judgment rendered and order of foreclosure and sale if judgment is not paid within five days.

In the case of Christina DEFENBAUGH vs George HARTSOCK, for partition, rents _________ profits and conversion of timber partition was ordered and Harvy WAGNER, Joseph N. CAVE and Samuel EBERST were appointed commissioners and all questions as to rents and profits reserved for further considerations.

In the case of Emaline STITT vs James STITT for partition etc, an order of partition was entered and J.S. BLOSSER, Thomas B. PARRY and J.W. TOM were appointed commissioners.  Questions of rents for further consideration.

Anna R. KINKADE was granted a decree for divorce from Frank KINKADE and defendant ordered to pay plaintiff $200 alimony.

The bond of Mike JUBRIC indicted for carrying concealed weapons, was forfeited.  The bond was for $100.  D.M. SOLIDAY is surety but he loses nothing as JUBRIC put up the $100 to Dan for surety.

Frances STORER was given $15 and the costs and to stand committed to the workhouse until fine and costs are paid or she is otherwise discharged.

Wm. CALL indicted for keeping a disorderly house withdrew his plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty and was given a fine of $100 and costs of prosecution and the place ordered abated within ten days and stand committed until fine and costs are paid.

Joe DECAPIO plead guilty to keeping place in violation of Township Local Option law, was fined $50 and given 60 days at workhouse.  The workhouse sentence suspended on good behavior.  The second indictment was withheld on the payment of costs and continued off docket for the present.

Submitted: 04/09/05

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