The Courant American

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 26, 1888, Page 4
Transcribed by 2006

Libel For Divorce

Cleo J. Heslep vs David W. Heslep.  Bartow Superior court, July term, 1888.  Libel for divorce; rule to perfect service.

State of Georgia – Bartow County.

It appearing to the court by the return of the sheriff, that the defendant does not reside in this county, and it further appearing that he does not reside in this State, it is on motion of council ordered that said defendant appear and answer at the next term of this court, else that the case be considered in default and the plaintiff allowed to proceed.  And it is further ordered that this rule be published in the Courant American, of Cartersville, Ga., once a month for four months.  This publication shall be process and service of same on defendant.  July 18, 1888.

A true extract from minutes of said court.

F. M. Durham, Clerk.


July 26, 1888, Page 8

Old Mr. Johnson, the father of Mrs. D. M. Green, is at the home of Dr. Green, in very feeble health.  He is in his 93d year.


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