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Chancery Notice. THE TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIBcnlt for the State of Michigan. In tlio Circuit L'ourt lor the County of Washteuaw, in Ohancery. Ella Harrington, complninant, vs. Charles F. Harrington, defeadant. it satlsfaotorily appearing to me by affldavitthat the defendant, Oharles I'. Barrington, ia a non-resident or i hls state and that ne resides in the State of South Dakota: On motion oí E. B. Norrls, of counsel for complainuut, orderea Chat defendant do cause hls appearanoe In thls cause to be entered withiu tour months fromthe d.iteof tbls order; that in detüiilt thereoC the bill of complalnt which is liled ín thls caue bc taken ;is confessed by the defendant. It Is further orUered that the comphiinant do cause thla order to be personally served or duiy pubiisheii pursuant to uw. Dated. Ann Arbor, May9th, 1896. E. B.N0RRI8, E. D. KINNE. Solicitor for Complaiuant. Circuit Judge. A truecopy.] anbinobükg, Register. In Chancery. STATE OF MICHIGAN, TWENTY-SECOND Judicial Circuit, in ClKinctiy. Bult pending in the Circuit Court lor the County of Washtenaw in Ohancery. Allee G. Bherman, oomplainant, vs. Isaac E. Sherman. defendant. In this cause it appearing thatdefendam, Isaac E Bherman, i a non-resident of this state and isa resident of the State of Florida, therefore, on tnotion of Thompson & Harrimen, solicitors for the complaiuant. it is ordered, that defendant enter hls appearauce in said court ou or before four months from the date of thls order, and that within twenty days the coinplaiuaiit cause tliis order to be published in the Ann Arbor Argus. said publieatiou to be continued once in each week for six weeks In succes-ion. Dated April 11, 1898. E. D. KINNE, Thompson & H arriman, Circuit Judge. Solicitors for Complainant. Nctice to Creditors, STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTÏ" of Washtenaw, es. Notice is her;ly given, tnat by au order of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, mude ou the 1-ith day of Jiily. A. D ISMf, six months from that date were allowed for creditors to preeent their claims againat the estáte of Alpbeus Felch, late of said county, deceased. and that all creditors of said teceased are required to presenttbeirelaims co suid Probate Oourt, at the Probate Otticeiu the city of Anu Arbor, for examination andallowauce, on or before the 13ih day of Jauuary next, and that sucii claims will behéard before said Court on the 13th day of October, and od the 13th day of Januaary nest at ten o'clock in the forenoou of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor. July 13, A.D. 1S9S. J. W1LLARD HABBITT, Judge of Probate. Estáte of John Crandall. STATE OF MICHIGAN, CÜUNTY ol Washtenaw, sa. At a session of the Probate Court for the County ot Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city ot Ann Arbor, on Friday, the 31st day of' July in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninetT-six. Present, J. Willard Uabbilt. Judge of Probate in the maner of the estáte ol John CrandaH, deceaaed. OnreaAní;and filing the pet tion. duiy yerifled, of Andrew o. Tohnon, praying that he niay be licensedto sell th Real Es'tate wuereol' said deceaaed died seized. Thereupou it ia ordered. that Tuesdav, the lst aav of September next, at ten o rtöckin the forenoori, be assigned for the hearing of sui petition.and that the heirs at law of said dcceaJ. and all other persons interested in eaid estaio, are required to appear at a session of satJ court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if auy there be wby theprayer of the petitioner abouid not be sranted. And it is further ordered that said petitioner give notice to the persous mteresteJ in said estáte, of the pendency oi said petitlon and the hearing causing a copyofthis order to be published in the AKW Arbor Akgus.h newspapet printed and circulatedinsaiil county three successive weeks preyious tosaid duy of hearing. J. WILLAKD BABBITT, (A true copyj Judge ol' Probate. i Wm. (ji . Doty , Probate Register. I Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE IN THE conditions oí a certain uiortjraKe bearluK date the 4tli day of December, 1891, made by Barbara Conruth, of the Township of Aun Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michiian, to Rinsey & Seabolt, (David Kinsey and Moses Seabolt), and recorded in the office of Register of deeds of said Couuty, iQLlber?3of Mortgages, on page 520, on 'the tfth day of April, IWi, at 2 o'elock p. m., on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of' this uotice the sum of One Thousand and Ninety Dollars and Seveuty-Slx Cents and no suit at law naviug been inotituted to recover the same or any part therenf. Now, therefore. by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute iu sueh case made and provided, notice is hereby given that ou Saturday, the lüth day of Üctober, 1896, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, there wili be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at the east front door of the court house, lu the city of Anu Arbor. (that beiug the buijdlng where the Circuit Court for saiu county is held), the prèmlS6s described in said mortgage or so much tbereof as may be necessary to pay the amount then due on said mortgage and the legal expenses of this foreclosure provided for by law. The premlses to be sold are described as follows: A part of section 27 in the Township of Anu Arbor, Washteuaw Couuty, Michigan, commeucing at the soutli-west corner oí" land forinerly owned by Caroline Hand, in the center of the Geddes roald. thence westerly in the center ot said road four chains and twenty links, theuce north parallel with the wet line of said Caroline Hand's land fourteeu chalus, ihence east three chaina and ninety-two to said Caroline Hand's lauii, theuce south on the west line of said Caroline Hand's land to the place of beginning öfte'en chains and thirtyniue links, contalnlng tive acres and three rods of land, more or less. Dated .lulv 11, lffllj. RIXSEY & SEABOLT, Thompson & Hakriman, Mortgagáes. Attorneys for Mortgagees. TRUCK AND iTORAGE C. E. GODFREY. Residence and Office, 4S FourthjAve., North Telephone 82.


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