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ASKS TO BE RELEASED Claims Contract Violated Re ply is Filed by Plaintiff. Wills in Probate. The United . States Fidelity & Guaranty company of Baltimore, Md., has made application to the probate court to be released as to Ernest Albert Hancock on a bond given as executor of the will of Robert G. Hancock. The bonding company represents that Ernest Albert Hancock is not complying with the terms of the bond. The company asks that Han cock be required to enter into a new bond and that this old company be released. , Judge Bissman has set July 5, as the time of hearnlg. Mc-Bride Mc-Bride Mc-Bride and Wolfe are the attorneys for the bonding company. Veniea Allegations. ' In the reply of B. W. Varner to the separate answer of Lee Clair Hodgson in the case of B. W. Varher vs. Lee Clair Hodgson et al, he denies denies that immediately before the assault assault In the petition stated, plaintiff asaulted defendant who necessarily defended himself against plaintiff and in so doing he unavoidably struck plaintiff. He denies that he repeatedly repeatedly struck this defendant. Countryman Will. ' -r -r The will of Emily Jane Countryman, Countryman, late of Butler, which has been filed for probate, gives all the property, property, both personal and real, to her husband, Willis Countryman. The real estate is located in Butler and in : Worthington township. She names her husband to be executor and asks that no bond be required. The will is dated April 17, 1916, arfd is witnessed by L. P. Kochhelser and Clark B. Hlnes. Will of Rachel Pugh. The will of Rachel A. Pugh, late of this city, gives to her husband, James Pugh, a life estate In lot 8, Bowman Heights so long as he remains remains single. Should be remarry, then the property is to be divided ab solutely and equally among the children, children, J. William, Edward H., Walter C, and Ollla May Pugh. . The will provides that in case any of the children die without leaving any children, his or her share shall go to the other members of his family, family, brothers and sisters. The husband husband is to have the personal prop erty so long as he remains single. At bis death or marriage, it Is to be divided equally among the children. James Pugh and William Pugh are named as executors. The testatrix asks that no bond be required and no appraisement be made. The will is dated June 23, 1906 and is witnessed witnessed by Daisy Linderman and E. G. aiougn. - - VICTIM'S FATHER HURT Auto Strikes Buggy at Crestline, Crestline, Causing Injuries. John KIbler, father of Mrs. W. L. Meek, who had both legs broken in the automobile accident at Crestline a week ago Sunday, was himself the victim of an accident while he was enroute to the Crestline hospital to visit his daughter. While driving to Crestline, he stopped at a street crossing to permit John Hazlett, of Crestline, to get out of the buggy and go to his home. An automobile was following close behind behind and when the buggy stopped crashed Into it. Both men were thrown from the buggy, Mr. KIbler having two ribs fractured, while Mr. Hazlett was baa-ly baa-ly baa-ly bruised but suffered no broken bones. The buggy was upset and a total wreck, but the automobile was not damaged in the least. Iowa club women are urging conservation conservation of State's natural scenlo features. FOR BALE The undersigned, as tbe attorney for toe Btarr riano company, mortgagee, will ell at public auction at lie north aide of veoirai run, ihhubuuiu, vino, on toe 2Htn oay oi June, ivn, at o'clock p. m., ono 86 horsepower Bnlrk roadster automobile. lerms or aaie caan. THE BTABR PIANO COMPANY, xu-w-zD-ici xu-w-zD-ici xu-w-zD-ici xu-w-zD-ici xu-w-zD-ici xu-w-zD-ici xu-w-zD-ici bj tt. ii. umora, Attorney,

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  1. News-Journal,
  2. 26 Jun 1917, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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