Clipped From The Daily Democrat
- . - - ... - 2 - , - 8AMFSOTT UTTLE Files Objectloas to tko Prltio of the Will of His Doeeaaed Wife. The will of Emma A. Little, deceaced. late of this city, waa probated in the county clerk's office, this morning. Just after its probation, Sampson Little, the husband of Emma A. Little, and his attorney, James M. Hatfield, entered the elerk'a office, the latter requesting a perusal of the contents of the will, which waa granted. After the reading of the will; Mr, Hatfield, on behalf of Mr. Little, pb - jected to the probation of the will, but waa informed that the will had already been probated. Mr. Hatfield, then ob jected to any further proceedings in the matter, to which an objection was raised by the attorney for the estate, John S. Brenyan. The clerk informed Mr. Hatfield that he would have to re duce bla objections to writing, which waa done, after which both attorneya had papers made out for the appointment of an executor of the estate and guardian of the minor children. The will stipulates that John Minnich, of this city, be appointed executor of .de eeaaed'a eatate and guardian of her children, while Sampson Little, the father of the children and husband of Emma A. Little, deceased, declares he has the first right to be appointed exe cutor of his own estate and guardian of his children. Some warm words were used between the opposing attorneys, but the matter rests here until the convening of court next week. The will bequeaths to Ladocie . E. Mitten, their father's picture; to Apo - lona Mitten, two vases; to the German Baptist church the picture inscribed "Christ Is All"; to Lawrence M. Little, Dible and $25; to Asna S. Little, album and gold watch, and to both ox said children, all of the bed covering; to John Mitten, a brother of deceased, allver kmvea, forks, table and tea s poos a; to Amanda M. Leyman, one chenelle table. spread; and all wearing apparel to Anna S. Little to be turned over to Ladocie Mitten until said daughter is seventeen years of age. r The will further stipulates that Saxq - son Little be given the undivided one - third interest in the real estate, - - subject to its portion of Ahe deceased's indebtedness and funeral expenses; to her mother, Sarah JL. Mitten, f 100 in payment for nursing' and care of de ceased during sickness, and the balance of the real estate to be equally divided between Lawrence A. Little and Anna 8. Little, share and share alike. The will waa drawn up on the 18th day of December 1895, and waa witnessed by James C. Bran j an and Ezra T. Lee.