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COMMON ERRORS REGARDING ITS
Dooira't Havo to Coll Ueforo Striklug nml
KIUb by a Blow?Quickly Replace* Lost
FanRH?II? Will Not Go Out of Ills Way
to Attack Anything.
"Nobody was over bitten by a rattle
Enako, and nobody ever will bo," Haiti a
man who has studied them. "And tho
reason is tho best that could possibly ho.
A rattlesnake can't bite. It isn't likoly
that any creature that lives and is pro?
vided with teeth and jaws has less pow?
er of biting. The snake's jaws aro not
hinged. They aro attached to each other
by an elastic cartilage. Tims tho snake
has no lovorago whatever in closing ono
jaw against tho other, and if it attempt?
ed to inflict injury by biting it couldn't
Bo much as pierce tlio skin. Tho fangs
of a rattlosuuko aro driven iuto tho
flesh by a stroke, not a bito, as is well
shown by tho fact that punctures aro
made only by tho armament of the up- i
per jaw. The lower jaw has nothing to
do with the not. A man striking a boat !
hook into a log is an exact representa?
tion of the manner in which tlio rattle?
snake bites. So whenever any ono tells
you about some ono elso being bitten by
a rattlesnake bet him it isn't so. You'll
win. It is an impossibility for a rattle?
snake to bite.
"Bat although tlio rattlesnake can't
bite, if you're fooling around in a couu- ;
try whore ho is spending tho summer,
yon want to keep your eye peeled. And
thero is one particular thing you don't
want to forget. It is a common and
widosprond fallacy that a rnttlesunko is
entirely harmless so long as he is un?
coiled. I believed that onco and found |
out by a startling personal experience
that it wasn't so. It is truo that when
a rattlesnake is stretched at full length,
with tlie muscles extended to tho utmost,
he could not striko an inch forward,
but from that position ho can strike
backward his full length and with
lightniugliko volocity. One day I drop?
ped a big stone on tlio head of a big
rattler that lay in this position, crush?
ing tho head, tlio stone lying partly on
the head. After gazing for some timo
at tho quivering reptile so suddenly
taken from life, I stooped down to ro
lmivo his rattles. I had no sooner
touched his tail than his mutilated head
flew back, and almost grazing my
cheek struck the sleeve of my coat just
below tho shoulder, where both fangs
were buried, pulling out of the jaw and
remaining in tho sleeve as the snake
fell back to the ground. They bad not
missed my check by more than a hair's
broadtb. With precaution I have inado
that test \ a rattlesnake's capacity of
striking that way 11111113* times since
then, and the snake always struck. The
instinct is so strong in this reptile that
I have known a rattler two hours after
its head was severed from its body to
striko back fiercely with its bleeding
stump tho instant its tail was touched.
"But the typical position of the rat?
tlesnake when intent on deadly assault
is (ho coil. This is not always a sym?
metrical spiral, but the body is massed
in more or less regular folds, the mus?
cles are contracted, and the reptile is
literally an animate sot spring. From
tili:-' position tlio rattler can spring from
one-half to two-thirds of his length.
Before tho stroke the mouth is oponed
wide, tho fangs falling down from their
sockets in the nppor jaw and standing
firmly in their position. The head is
thrust forward, the half coils below it
!.< i' g straight' lied <>i;t to lenglhi 11 tho
neck and to give power to the strike.
There is no preliminary motion. The
Btah is made with abrupt swiftness that
dcflos escape of the victim. There is but
ono strike. Tho Blinke posses back into
its coil again with tho same swiftness
that it threw itself out. As the fangs
enter the flesh the venom is injected. If
tho thing struck at is beyond the rat?
tler's reach, the snake has the power of
sfiuirting its venom in jets, which it
can do to a distance of four feet or more.
"Sometimes n rnttlesunko loses its
fangs in tho flesh of the object it strikes,
but that docs only temporary damage
to its deadly armory. There are plenty
of incipient fangs lying in (he jaw, only
?waiting for a chance like that to come
forward and be in line for business.
They grow very fast, and in the course
of two or three days a rattlesnake that
has lost its fangs is refitted with a
brand new pair. This is a good thing
to remember, for it is the popular be?
lief (hat a rat! let' is made harmless by
extracting iis venom fangs. Tho only
way to render 0110 of those reptiles
harmless, besides killing it, is to apply
redhot iron to the cavities left by the
fangs. This will destroy all the vitality
of these dangerous parts, and new fangs
will not come in.
"Tho rattlesnake never pursues his
prey; ho waits. He will not go out of
his way to attack anything. He will in?
variably keep on his course if not cor?
nered or teased. You may step within
four inches of a rattlesnake and will
not lie disturbed by it if yon keep right
on your way. If you stop, the snake at.
once will take it for a challenge and
hit you only too quick. It is said, as if
by authority, that the rattlesnake never
sounds his rattle until he has coiled. If
that is so, rattlesnakes that I havo seen
must havo been freaks, for they have
rattled when lying at fall length and
even when moving, as well as in their
? coils. The rattler, when traveling, will
cross lakes and streams, and ho swims
with his iiead and his rattles raised
well above tho water. The force with
which a rattlesnake can strike is such
that I once teased one into striking at a
piece of belting at least a quarter of an
inch thick, and he sent his fangs, clear
through it."?New York Sun.
Landlord (npologotically)?This ele?
vator seems to run a little slow just
Guest?Oh, that's all right. There's
a clerk on board with one of the guest's
Aro you taking Simmons Liver Reg
"lator, the "King oe Liver Medi?
cines'?" That is what our readers
want, and nothing- but that. It is tho
same old friend to which tho old folks
pinned their faith and wero never dis?
appointed. But another good recom?
mendation for it is, that it is better
than Pills, never gripes, never weak?
ens, bub works in Buch an easy and
natural way, just liko naturo itself, that
relief comes quick and sure, and ono
feels new all over. It never fails.
Everybody needs tako a liver remedy,
and everyono should tako only Sim?
mons Liver Regulator.
IS* suro you g-et it. Tlio ltcd Z
is on tho wrapper. J. II. Zcilin &
TOO MUCH RISK.
Bo Concluded, After AIL That EI?s
Wouldn't Do It.
A rural looking old man walked into
the office of ono of tho building and
loan associations a few days ago and
cautiously inquired for the secretary.
When that gentleman was pointed ont,
tho old man said, eying tho clerks sus?
piciously, "I want to talk to you alono."
Not nudcretiuiding what information
tho visitor might havo for him, tho
secretary led the way to tho private
office and bade tho man bo seated. Tho
visitor sat on tho edge of one of tho
chairs, and in a low voico inquired if
the money of the association was safo.
The secretary was still inoro at a loss to
understand the man, but replied that it
was perfectly safe.
"Ain't thar no chanco for tbioves
, "Why, no chance whatever, sir! Wo
keep our money in a safety vault."
"Waal, ain't thar danger of lire er
explosions er sunthin o' that sort?"
"Not a hit rnOro danger thau is the
case any place in tho world. What
makes you ask?"
"Waal, I'vo got some money, tin I
want to put it somowhur whnr it'll bo
safe. Tlioy's so many ways o' losin
money tlieso days tin t it ain't safo to
have any tit all. Ever sinco I got this
money they's been fellers after mo to
buy all sorts o' things, hut I ain't tho
feller to buy any o' thoso gold btioktil"
"Well, sir, the safest and tho most
profitable thing to do is to placo your
money in tho Building and Loan associ?
ation," and with an eyo to a largo in?
vestment the secretary went on to ex?
plain tho merits of his own association.
At the (dose of his glowing pictures of
tho money doubling and trebling in a
fow years the old man consented to take
out Some stock. Ho took oil' his hoot, and
removed tut old wallet from it. Ho hold
it tenderly as ho looked cautiously at
tho secretary and said, "Now, you'ro
suro it'll be safo hero?"
The secretary assured him that it
would, and tho old man handed him
tho wallet, saying that ho would "just
leave the winde pile" The secretary
opened tho leather book, took out a roll
of bills and began to count them, with
visions of several thousand dollars more
to add to the invested capital of tho as?
sociation. He finished the count, and to
his amazement there was just $50, most
of it in ?1 bills. He was dumfounded,
and stood looking at tho old man in
such a queer fashion that that person
almost had a stroke of. paralysis as ho
asked: "What's tho matter. Ain't it
The secretary by that timo had recov?
ered himself and assured his visitor that
all was woll. Ho then stopped into tho
offico to make out a certificate of stock,
with tho old man close at his heels to
prevent, any possibility of his getting
away with the money. Finally tho cer?
tificate was written and duly signed.
It was bonded to the old man, whe
read it over, and then said:
"Waal, whar's my .security?"
"That certificate of stock is your se?
curity," he was told.
"Yes, but that ain't nothin. Suppos
in yon follows ain't honest, I'd loso
"Well, of course, yon trust to our
honesty. Other men have thousands of
dollars in hero, and they trust us. Be?
sides, you aro ono of tho stockholders,
and wo are only working for you."
Tho old man looked perplexed, and
for a minute ho said nothing. Tho per?
spiration was standing in great drops
on his forehead. Finally ho said :
"Waal, if it's jest tho same with you,
I'll not leave my money. It's took mo
and Mi randy on to eight years to save
that money, and she would never for
givo mo if I war to loso it. I'll jest
tako it back and hide it in tho cellar,
whar it's been so long. Goodby!"
Tho old man tucked Iiis money back in
his boot leg and departed. Tho secretary
looked at his watch and saw that ho had
spent just, 1 '., hours of his valuable time
with tho visitor.?Indianapolis Journal.
London's Fling at "Alnbaiua."
Some of tiie London critics manage to
have their lling at "Alabama," although,
as already stated, that play bus been very
favorably criticised. One or 1 tie declares
that, like the Uiaplo sirup talked about in
tho piece, 'tis sweet, but thin. Uodcolaros
that, he lias never listened to dialogue SO
persistently dragged out, and thou goes on
to remark that K. S. NVillard is utterly
unfitted for the part he is Interpreting.
Jack Mason, according to tho critio, has
made a hit.
LOOK, LOOK, LOOK,
At Our Bargains in
?acre, farm 1 mile east of Salem, 5 miles
uiist of Hoanoke on electric car line, 4 room
dwelling, stable, and all necessary outbuildings,
fine orchard This is a fine garden farm; $3,000,
no-acre farm 6 miles cast of Hoaroke, 4 room
I O farm dwelling. 4 stall stable and barn, CO
acres In cultivation, balance In timber, about 8
acres in bottom; price $800, one-third cash, bal?
ance 1 and 2 years.
A -i r-acrcs farm on Ktatinton Klver. 30 miles
rrltJeast of Lynchburg. on Durham and
Lynchburg railroad, 100 acres river bottom, bal?
ance level tablo lands, 100 acres timber, 6 room
farm dwolllng, stable, barn, corn cribs, farm Is
well watered, 1 mile from depot. This farm sold
a frw years ago tor $13,000 cash; can be bought
for $5,500 on good terms
/'A-Bcro farm 4 miles west of Itoanoke, 8 room
vH7 dwelling, lnrgc barn, corn crib and other
outbuildings; laud lays level and n In good con?
dition. Price $30 por acre; terms reasonable.
acre garden farm 5 miles south ot city, all
In vegetables and fine condition, 4 room
frame dwelling, stablo. Price $850; one-third
cash, balanoo 1 and 3 years.
5-acre garden farm, G room dwelling, all bot?
tom land, largo stable and barn. Price $1,500:
casn (500, balanco 1 and 2 yoars.
6-room botiso 1st avenue, n. w? corner lot, 40x
130, newly papered and painted, convenient
to round house. Price $1,000; cash (100, balanco
$10 per month.
Nie \Kf 2 story, 4 room f ramo dwolllng, 3rd
tt arenuo n w., near round house.
Price $800; cash 050, balanco $10 per month.
4-room cottago, model improvements, near
West Bnd round house. Prlco $S50; ooeh
$50, balanco $10 per mouth.
9room dwelling on 4th avenue n. w.. stable
. und burn. Price $1,500; cash $150, balance
$15 per month.
6-room dwelling, corner lot, southwest. Price
$1,400; cash $100, balance $;5 per month.
7-room dwelling on 1th avenue, s. w. Price
$1,500; cash $250, balance $20 per month,
-room dwelling, southwest, corner lot, 50x150,
convenient to churches. Price $1,000; cash
one-third, balance 1 and 2 years.
2nine room dwellings and one seven room,
southwest, near In, at your own price with
liberal cuBh payment.
T. E. B. HART800K. & CO.
MARKST SQUARE, HOANOK.E.
Chap, f48.?A .Joint itesolntlnn Propoalne
au Amendment to the Fifth Section of
Article Ton or the Constitution of Vir?
ginia, and Providing; for Publishing
Said Amendment and Certifying the
Samo to the Next General Assembly.
Approved March 8. 1894.
1. Resolved by the bouse of delegates and son
ate (a majority of tho members elected to each of
the two houses agreeing thereto), That the fol?
lowing amendment to the constitution of Vir?
ginia he, and Is hereby proposed, and Is hereby
referied to the general assembly to be chosen at
tho next gencrul election of senators and mem?
bers of the house ot delegates for Its concurrence
In conformity with the provisions ot section one,
of article twelve or said constitution, namely,
strike out from the constitution of Virginia the
fifth clause of article ten, which Is in the follow
? 5. The general assembly may luvy a tux not
exceeding one dollar per uiiiiuin on every nialo
citizen who bus attained the age of twenty one
years, which shull he uppllcd exclusively in aid of
public free schools; and counties and corpora
Hons shall have power to Impose a capitation
tax, not exceeding titty cents per annum, for all
And Insert In Hen thereof the following:
? 5. Tho gereral afscmbly may levy a tax not
exceeding one dollar per annum on ovo y malo
citizen who has attained the age of twenty-one
years, which shall be applied e xclusively in aid of
publicfreo schools; and eoiimics and corpora
Hons shall have power to impose a capitation
tar, not exceeding fifty cents per annum, for all
pnrpoies; and the general assembly may impose
upon every mate inhabitant of the State between
the nges of sixteen and sixty years, the dnty of
working, not exceeding two days in any one
year, upon the public roads and highways
herein, subject, however, to such exemptions
from duty as may be from lime to time pre?
scribed by law.
2 Kesolvcd, That the clerk of the senate or tho
clerk ot the honse ot delegates, or, if a vacarcy
happen in both of the said otliecs, tho presiding
officer of either house of Die general usscmbly,
he authorized und required tocautc this proposed
amendment and these resolutions to be published
In one newspaper published In each of the cities
of tho commonwealth having more than ten
thousand Inhabitants, once a week for threo cou
Bccatlvo months previous to tho time of choosing
the members of the genera! assembly at the noxl
pcDcral election of senators and members of the
house of delegates.
3. Kesolvcd, 'I hat the clerk of the senate and
the clerk of the house ot delegates be required to
transmit to the general assembly to ho chosen at
the next general election ot senators and mem?
bers of the house of delegates a c< rllfled copy ot
said proposed amendments and of these resolu?
tions, together with tho certificate, ot publica?
tion by the publishers of the newspapers In which
the said proposed amendments shall have been
Office of Clbbk of House of Delegates,
hiciiMOMo, Va., .July 2S. 18!?5.
The foregoing is a copy of a Joini resolution
proposing an amendment to the fifth section of
artlc e 10 of the constitution ot Virginia, und pro?
viding for publishing said amendment and cer?
tifying the same to the next general assembly?
which was agreed to during the sessions ot 1898
lMil by a majority ot tho members elected to each
of the two houses, and so recorded, and which
Joint resolution wus approved by the governor on
March 8, 1894, and Is published in accordance
with a provision contained therein.
J. BULL HIGGBK.
Clerk of House of Delegates aud Keener of the
Kolls of Virginia. 8 1 3m law
"i-KL'STEE'S SALIC.?WHEREAS A CERTAIN
8 deed of trust was executed by Krustn? A. .Mc
Gcbce to Grorgo J. Poet, trustee, bearing dnte of
December the 11 tit, 1891, and recorded in the
clerkV ollleo of the hustings court for the city of
Kouuoke, Vs., in deed book 71, page 230, to se?
cure the penormancc of certain cord it ion - and
puyinet ts specitlcd In a certain bond executed by
the said Erusttis A. McOc.bcc, of even date wltn
the suid deed,for the payme"iotslx hundred dol?
lars to the National Mutual Building and Loan
Association, of New York, In accordance with
their articles ot association; and whereas the said
George J. Pect has resigned the eald trust and
the Judge of the bastings court for the city of Itoa?
noke, Vs., at tho September term. 1805, did ap?
point Jnnins McGehceas trustee, in place atd
stead of George J. 1'cct, trustee, after legal notice
as provided by statute to all tho parties in inter?
est; and whereas, default has been made in the
pa>ments and conditions mentioned in said bond
and ('.cid of trust for more than three months,
and after having been requested bo to do by the
beneficiary, the National Mutual Building and
Loan Association, of New York. I shall by virtue
ot said deed ai d pursuant to the terms thereof
proceed to sell at public auction to highest bid?
der ON OCTOBER 30. 1WI5. AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
on the jircmlsrs, a I the property convejed In
said deed with the Improvements thereon bonndid
und described us follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at a point on the west side of Sixth
street n. o. (formerly Monroe street) distant one
hundred (10li> feet northerly from Elehth avenue
n. o. (formerly Walker St), and running thence
with Sixth street n. e. north two degree* (2?) east
one hundred (KiO) feet to Ninth ave. n. e. (form?
erly Gregory street), thence wl'h Ninth ave. n. c
north eighty eight (88) degrees west fifty (50) feet
to a point, thence south two (2) degrees west one
hundred (IUI) feet to a point, thcr.ee south eighty
eight (8S) degrees cast fifty (50) feet to tho point
of ? eciuning.
TKKMS: cash spfllclont to pay all ccsts of ex?
ecuting thi* trust, including a commlssloa to the
trustee, and to pay ot said bond with arrearages
due thereon amounting In the ag/regato to six
hundred and fifty-eight .'Ki-100 dollars (1058.86-100)
as of Or. ober 1st,1895, and the balance. If any. In
one and two equal annual Instalments due In
twelve and twenty four months, with interest
thorrou from date.lhe purchaser executing nego?
tiable notes for deferred payments and secured by
a deed of trnst on the property sold.
0 28 Id_Trustee.
IN TUR e I.KKH'S Ol'KICB OP T11K OIR
cull Conn for tho cltv of Koanokc. on the 25th
day of September, IS'iY Lucy Wert, who sues
by her next Irlrnd, l)*vid clarkston, plaintiff,
against Floyd West, defendant, chancery.
The object ot this suit le to dissolve the bonds
of matrimony heretofore solemnized between
plaintiff and defendant and to obtain a decree for
a divorce a rlncnlo niatrlmonl from the defend?
ant, and an affidavit having been made and tiled
that the defendant, Floyd West, Is not a teslttent
of the State of Virginia, It Is ordered that he do
appear here, within fifteen days after due publi?
cation hereof, and do what niay be necessary to
protect bis interest In this snlt. And It is further
ordered that a copy hereof be published onco a
wcck lor four weeks In Tna Hoanoke Daily
Tim vs. and that a copy be posted at the front
'doorof the courthouse" of this city on tho first
day of tho next term.
S. S. BROOKE. Clerk.
A. J. Ci.lVEn, p. q. 9 M 4w
WHEREAS, BY DKKD, DATB? 17TU DAY
of October, 18?2, recorded In the clerk's
ofllco of the Hustings Court for city of Hoanoke,
Va.. In deed book 01, page 191, T. R. Campbell
conveyed to the undersigned certain property In
trust to secure to P. L. Terry tho sum of ?:?,?) 00,
payable as therein set forth; and, whereas, do
fault bas been made In the payment of part of
said debt, and bolng requested by 1* L. Terry,
the bencflclaty thcreunucr, I will offer for sale,
separately, at public anctlon, to the highest bid?
der. AT 19 O'CLOCK NOON, ON WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 10.1ST), at A. L. Marshall's planing
mill, on Moorman road northwest, in olty ol
Koanoko, Va , tho property described nnder said
deed, to-wit: Onotmlth's planing machlno and
one portable eight horse-power steam engine.
TERMS: Cash. S. VV. JAMISON,
0 24 tds_ Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OK A DEED OF TRUST KXK
cutcd by Mary A. McCroeeln and husband on
the SOth day of August, 1801, and duly re?
corded on nagoSl Indeed book No. G7 of the
Hustings Court records for the city of Roan
okc conveying to George J. Peet Tr., and his
successors certain real estate therein doscrlbed
In trust to secure to the National Mutual Build?
ing and Loan Association of Now York certain
payments of money provided to be made under
the terms of the said trust, which payments now
stand in default and said association having as?
signed for Tains Its entire interest in said debt
and the undersigned having been by order of
court duly snlx tit tiled for Goo. J. 1'ctt, trustee,
by consent of the parties at Interest, therefore.on
request of the assignee and beneficiary of
said trust f wlllon SATURDAY. TIIR21ST DAY
OF SEPTEMBER, 1895, at 12 o'clock uoon, offer
for sale on the premises, at public outcry, to the
highest bidder for cash, cither in person
or by counsol, all of that certain lot or
parcel of hind, with all tho Improvements thereon,
sltnatcd at No 515 (.Himer (or Fourth) avonucn.e..
In the city of ltoanoke, and State of Yin: inn, and
hounded and described as follows, to-wlt: "Be
glnnlng at a poiut on tho southorly side of (Hi?
mer street, distant 150 feet easterly from the
southeasterly corner of Gllmer street and Wood
Btrcot. and running thence along Ollmer streets!
south 87? 45', east 50feet, thencosonth 9? 15'. west j
100 feet, thence north 87? 45', west 50 foot, thence
north 2' 15', east 100 feet to Gllmer street, the
place of beginning. Amount due upon said debt
as of August 5, l -'.1 r?, is (1333.13 aud costs of tnis
8 21 tds ARTHUR N. DERR, Trnsteo.
By consent of the parties nt Interest tho aborc
sale is postponed to Monday, September 23,1895,
at tho game time and place.
arthur N. DERR, Trustee
Under an order of court tho above advertised
sale Is postponed until October 15, 1805, at the
same place and hour, or to such other date, to be
hereafter stated, as the said ron't injunction
shall have been previously dissolved.
ARTHUR N. DERR, Trustee.
BUS TEE'S SALB-BY VIRTUE OF A CER
taln deed of trust, dated the 1st day of Jan?
uary, 1891, anil recorded in the clerk's ofllco of
the Hustings Court for the city of Koanoko, In
deed book 01, page 290, from the Bxchaugo Build?
ing and Investment Company to thn nnuctslgncd
trustee, executed for the purpose of securing a.
M. and W. M. Fuller the sum of tweuty-flvc hun?
dred dollars (f2,5U0 00), with interest thereon at
the rate of ti tier cent, per annum; default having
been made In (he payment of the taxes upon said
property for Ihe year 1804, and default having
been made aim in the payment of the semi?
annual Instalments of Interest due upon said
loau on the 1st day of July, 1095. aud huvlug been
required so to do by the beneficiary In said deed
and in accordance with the terms of the same,
providing that, In event of default being untile
in the payment of any of said semi-annual in?
stalments of Interest or in the payment! of taxes
upon said property, thn entire debt shall mature,
the undersigned will. In front of the courthouso
of the city of Itourioke Vs.. offer for sale at pub?
lic atctlon, AT IS O'CLOCK NOON, ON THE
10TII DAY OK OCTOBER. 1885, the following
described parcels of land, situated In the city of
Beginning nt a point on the southsldc of
Robertson street 175 fect east of Jefferson -i n ot.
thence south 87 degrees 45 minutes east .'0 feet
along Itobertson street, t hence gouth2 decrees
in minutes west SIX) feet to u point, thence north
87 decrees l!i minutes west 50 feet to n point,
thence norih 2 degrees 15 minutes cast to tho
place of beginning, known as lotsNos. 2:2 mid 221,
InwardS, according to the map of the lands of
the ltoanoke Land and improvement Company.
TERMS OP BAUS?Cash aa to the cents as
well rti the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars
($2,600), with Interest thereon from tile 1st day of
January, 188, and also the tuxes thut may he due
upon suld property, and u-i to the residue upon a
en rill of one and two years from tho day of sale,
wiili Intetcst thereon from that day, which said
deferred payments shall tie evidenced by the notes
of the purchasers and sccuicd by a deed of trust
upon the premises sold.
9 14-tds S. W. JAMISON. Trustee.
! hPSTKK'S SALE?BY VIRTUE OF a CKR
tain deed ot trust dnted tho 3rd day of May,
ls'.i.t. and recorded in the clerk's oilier of tlic
Hustings Court for the city of ltoanoke In deed
book 87, page 192, from t. 0 Bickers und t. a.
pickers, ids wile, to the undersigned Inisice. exe?
cuted furilie purpose of securing Ann M. Payne
Ihe sum of lour thousand dollars (f4,CW) with In.
tercet thereon nt a rale of ti per cent, per annum;
default;hnvlng bren marie In the payment of the
taxes upon said property for the years 1893 and
ISO I; and default having been made also in the
payments of the semi-annual Instalments of in?
terest due upon said loan, on the 3rd day of Nov?
ember, 1894, and the 3rd day or May, 1896, nnri
having been required so to do by the henc Oclary
in said deed anil In oceorrionro with the terms ot
the same, providing that In event of default hc
log made In the payment of any of Slid semi?
annual instalments of interest, or in the payments
of the laxes upon said property tho eiitiro dcht
shall mature, the undersigned will, in front ot
the courthouse of the city of Ronnoke. Vu . offer
lor sale at public auction at 12 O'CLOCK NOON
ONTHBHilH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1896, the
following described parcel of land situated In the
city of hutnoke, Va.:
Beginning at P. point on Ihe north sldo of Elm
street 324.5 feet west of Henry street,thence with
Elm street south ss degrees 80 minutes west 50
feet to a point, thence north 80 degrn s west 149
feet to an olley, thence with snuic north ss de?
grees SO minutes east 5i feet to u point, thence
south 30degrees east 149 feel to tho place ot be?
iKU.MS of BALK?Cash us to the .costs of
sale as wi ll as the sum ot four thousand dollars
(f l.txxi), with interest thereon from the :ird day of
May, ln94, and also the taxes that may be due
nppn said property, and ns lo the residue upon a
credit of one and two years from the day of sale
with Interest thereon irom that day, which said
deferred ?.aymcnts shall be evidenced by the
notes of the purchaser und secured by a deed of
trust upon the premises sold.
14 Ids S. W. JAMISON, Trustee.
In THE ULBoK'S OFFICE OP TBBCIRCUIT
i onrt for the e ity ot Boat oke on the 12th day
of September, 1S95. D. P. Whltlork. plaintiff,
against Catherl ./> Johnson, defendant. Debt.
'J he objecto! this snlt Is to recover from the rie?
fendem the sum of fl(h) duo by ten negotiable
notes$10each with interest and co>is und to at*
tach tbe effects ot s?td defendant In the city of
ltonnokc and sell same to satisfy pUlntiff's claim.
And an hfiidnvil having been made ami filed that
the defendant, Catherine Johns, n, is not a resi?
dent of the State ot Virginia it Is ordered that
she do ?p; ear wlttiln fifteen days after due pub?
lication hereof und do what may be neceesary to
protect her Interest in this suit. And it la lurthcr
ordered that a copy hereof be published once a
week tor four weeks in Mm: Iioanokb Daily
Tinks ana that a ropy be posted at the front
door of the conn house o. this city or l he first
day ot the next week. A copv?Teato:
S.t:. BROOKE, Clerk, j
K. RAXllOl.rit IlK KS. p. I|._9-13-lw
T RTJSTBB'e)SALE?BY V1RTUEOF A DKKD
? of trust executed October 80, 1891, by S. O.
Wh?taker and wife to B. A. Walton, trustee, to
secure a certain eicht therein mentioned, which
deed Is of record in the clerk's office of tho Cor?
poration Court ot Hoanoke city in deed book US,
page 321, snd by virtue of an order of the suld
court substituting the unders'gned in Ihe place
of tho ealrt Walton, trustee, default having been
made In the paj rnent of the debt upon the terms
ol tho said oecd and being required so to do by
the beneficiary, 1 shall ON TUB I9T11 DAY OF
OCIOdEK, 189 j, AT 13 O'CLOCK M., in tront of
the courthouse In tho rltv or Roanoae, Va., offer
for sale to Ihe highest bidder for cash the prop?
erty conveyed in the said deed of trnst, which la
known as the west half of lot 5, s>c stlon 1.".. of tin
Lewis addition to lionuoke city, which fronts 95
feet on the south side e f Ninth avenue anel ex?
tends back between parallel linos 180 feet to an
alley, at d nas on It a comfortable dwelling. The
amount due under the said deed, including ln
Blirai ce paid, Is f 1,499.52 JAS. B. Cittn BS,
0-17-tds Stibstilnle.l Trustee.
IAND 8AI.E.?BY VIRTUE OF A DEI. D OP
J truet executed by J. F Wingfifld, October
17, Is.*', recorded In deed book No. M. page 303,
conveying to Reibt. E. Srott, trustee, properly
hereinafter described, In trust to secure to the
Woodland Part Land Company the payment of
two noies of fiO" each, dated October 17, 1890,
and i>:iyali!e, with Interest from date, In one and
two >e?rs from date; in the payment of which
the said I. F. Wlugfleld having defaulted, and
being directed so to do bv the hoi lers of the said
notes, 1 will, ON THE ami DaY OP OCTO
BEK, lgt>5, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front door of
the courthouse of Hoanoke city, sell at public
auction, a lot of land on the south side of Wood?
land avenue, Koanokc, Virginia, ICO feet west of
Fourth street, being lot No, 10. section No. :t,
according to the map of the Woodland Park Lat d
Company. TKKMS: Cash eulllclent to pav the
sum ot *1,000 with interest as above, and the
costs ot the execution of tbls trust, and the res?
idue In one and two years, evidenced by pur
chaser's bonds, secured by deed ot trust on the
property. H?HT. E. SCOTT, Trustee._027td
LAND SALB.?BY VIKTUEOF A DEED OF
trust executed by T. B. B. llartsook, October
17,189?, recorded In deed book No. 50, psge 298,
conveyed to Hobt. B. Scott, trustee, property
hereinafter described. In trust to secure to the
Woodland Park Land Company, the payment of
two notes of $2?SS1 each, dated October 17, 1800,
and payable with Interest from date, in one and
two years Irom date; in the payment ot which,
the said T. B. B. llartsook having defaulted, and
being directed so to do by the holders of tho
notes, ) will, ON THE 2!?TU DAY OF OCTO
BBH, 1895, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front door
of tho courthouse of Hoanoko city, sell at public
auctlou, a lot ot laud on the north sltlc of wood
land aveuue, Koanokc, Virginia, 80 feet west ot
Fourth street, being lot No. 3ti. section No. 1, ac?
cording to the map ot the Woodland Park Laud
Company. TBK MS: Cash sufficient to pay the
sum of (510.00, with interest as above, and tho
costs of executing this trust, and the residue In
one and two years, evidenced by purchaser's
bonris, secured by a deed of trust on tho property.
KOBT. B. SCOTT, Trustee._J'_*Ii0!S
LAND SALE.?BY" VIRTUE OF A DEED~OF
trust executed by O. T. Walker, October 17,
1800, recorded in deed book No. 50, page 2-5, con
veylng to Kobt. B. Scott, irnslee, property herc
tnaltrr described. In trust to secure to tho Wood?
land Park Laud Company the payment ot two
noics of (508.88 each, dated October 17, 18'JO, and
payable, with Interest from date; In the payment
ot which the said O. T. Walker having defaulted,
and being directed so to do by the holders ot tho
said nous, I will. ON TDK 29 I'll DAY Ob*
OCTOHEK. 1895, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
door of the courthouse of Kouunko city, soil at
public auction, a lot of land on the south side ot
East Campbell street. Kouuoke, Ylrglula, 250
feet west of Fourth street; being lot No. 27, sec?
tion No. 1, according to the map ot the Wood?
land Park Land Company. TKKMS: Cash suffi?
cient to pay the sum of (1,010.06, with Interest
as above, and the costs ot executing this trust,
and the residue in ono and two years, evidenced
by the purchaser's bonds, secure 1 by a deed ot
trust on the pioperty. KOBT. E. SCOTT,
Trustee._y 27 td
LAND SALE.?BY VIRTUE OK A DBKD OF
trust executed to M. C. HrKlnstry Octobor
17,1890. rceorded in deed book No. 50, page 804,
conveying to Hobt. E. Scott, trustee, property
hrclnattcr described In trust to secure to the
Wocdland Park Land Company the payment of
two notos of (358.33 each, elated October 17. 1890,
and payablo with Interest from dato In one anet
two years from date; tho said M. C. McKinstry
having defanltcd In the payment of the note last
maturing, and being directed so to do by the
holder of the said note, I will, ON THE ?TU
DAY OF OC'IOBEK, 1805, AT 13 O'CLOCK
NOON, at ihc front door ot the courthouse ot
ltoanoke city, sell at public auction a lot ot
land on the south sldo ot Woodland avenue, ltoa?
noke, Virginia, 120.35 feet east of Fourth street,
being lot No. 4, section No. 4, according to the
map ot the Woodland Park Land Company.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the sum of
(71008 with Interest as above, and the costs of
executing this trust, and the reslduo In ouc and
two years, evidenced by purchaser's bones,
seen red by deed ot trust ou the pioperty. KOBT.
E. SCOTT,Trustee._927 td.
LAND BALE.?BT VIRTUE OF A ?KK?
of trust executed by Q. W. Davis and Salllo
A , his wife, October 17. lS'.Kl, recorded In deed
book No. 51, page :it>7, conveying to Hobt. E.
Scott, trustee, property hereinafter dcscrl jed. In
trust to secure to the Woodland Park Land Com?
pany tho payment of two notes ot (231.88 each,
dated Oc'uberl7, 1800, and payable, with luterost
from dato, lu one and two yeurs from date; In the
payment of which the said O. W. Davis having
defaulted, and bcln?c.*Hrcctcil so to do by tho
holders of nild notcaJAvlll, ON THE ?ITH DAY
Ob' OCTOUKK. 1896, at 12 o'clock noon, at the
trout door of the courthouse of Koanokc city,
sell at public auction, u lot of laud em tho north
side ot Woodlaud avenue, Koauokr, Virginia, BIO
feet west ol b'ourthstreet, being lot No. 51. section
No. 1, according to tho map of the Woodland
Park Land Company, TEH MS: Cash sufficient
to pay the sum of (108.06, with interest as above,
ana the casts ot executing this trutt, and thu
residue In one and two years, evidenced by pur?
chase r's bonds, secured by u deed of trust on tho
property. HOBT. K. SCO I T, Trustee. !i 27 tda
"T AN l> S ALB BT VIRTUE Of A DEED OF
J..J trust executed by T. E, I'-. llartsook October
17, is', o, rec rdod iu aeed book .no. 60, page 8 I,
conveying to Hobt E. Scott, trustee, property
hereinafter described in trust to ttcure to tho
WoodlauU Park Land Compauj the payment of
two notes of (V0S.33 eacb, dated Oc.obtr 17, 1800,
and payable with lute ret t lrom date In one and
two years from date; In the ptyment of which
the said T. K. B. Hurttook having defaulted and
being directed so to do by the holders or the said
notes, I will. ON THB2-.iTH DAY OF OCTOBER,
1S95, AT IS O'C.OCK NOUN, at the front door
e>f the courthouse ot Koanokc city, sell at public
auction u lot of land on the north sldo Ol wood?
land avenuo, ltoanoke, Virginia, 180 feel west of
fourth street, being lot No -1 , section .No. 1. ac?
cord ug to the map ot tho Woodland Park Land
Company. TERMS: Caih sufficient to pay the
sum or filti.titi with Interest as above, and tho
cosM of executing ibis trust, aud tho residue In
one and two years, evidenced by purchaser's
bot.-is, secured by deed of trust on the property.
H?HT. B. SCOTi', Tmstce. 9 2? td.
LAND SALE?BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
trust executed by J. F. Wlugileld October 17,
ISiM, recorded lu dcetl book No. 50, page 301, con?
vey log to Hobt. E. Scott, trustee, property here?
inafter descrlbeel in trust to secure le> the >Vood
laud Park Land Company the payment or two
notes of (500 eacb, dated October 17, lMH), payablo
with Interest from date lu oue aud t.vo years
from date; In the payment ot which the said J.
F. Winglield having defaulted, aud being directcel
so to do by the holders of the said note-. I will.
ON THE WITH DAY OF OCTOBBK, 1895, AT 12
O'CLOCK NOON at the frout door ot tho conn
house of Koanokc city, sell at public auction a
lot of laud ou the southwest corner of \V< oiliauo
avenue and Fourth street, Koanokc, Vlrglula,
being lot No. 14, section No. 8, ace-oralng to thu
map of tho YVoodWnd Park Land Company.
TBiKMS: Cash sufficient to pay the sum of
(1,100 with interest us above and tho cos'.sof exe?
cuting this trust, and the residue In one and two
yeurs, evidenced by purchaser's bouds, teenred
by deed or trust on the property. BOUT K.
SCOTT, Trustee. 9 31 td.
AND SALE.?BY VIRTUE uFA DEED OF
j trust executed by J. F. VYiiigrtclu October
17, 1890, reootded In deed book Ivo :.t'., page 2!'8,
conveying to KoM. E. hcott, trustee, pioperty
hereinafter desctibrd, intrust to secaretothe
Woodland Park Land Company the pay men) Ol
two uotes of (500 each, dated October 17, 1890,
payable with Interest from date in one and two
j ears from dule; in the payment of wblcb tho
said J. F. Winglield having defaulted and being
directed so to do by tho holders of the said notes,
I will, ON THE S9T11 DAY OF OCTOBhiK, 1803.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, at the trout tteior of tho
courthouse of Koanokc city,sell at public auction
a lot of laud ou thu eouin side of \\ oodlaud ave
ntte, Kounoke, Virginia, 200 feet west of Fourth
street, bel?g lot No. 0, section No. 3, ac ording
to the map of tne Woodland Park Land Company.
TEKMs: Cash eulllclent to pay the sum of (l,t)00
with Interest ?s above and tho costs of oxeuntlng
this trust and the residue In one und two years
evidenced by purchaser's bonds, secured by deed
of trust ou property sold. HOBT. E. SCOTT,
Trustee. 0 27 td.
AND BALE.? BY YlKTt'BOF A DBED OF
trust executed by T. E. B. llartsook October
17, 18'.I0, recorded in deed book No. 5l?, page 299,
conveying to Hobt. E. Scott, trustee, property
herein alter described In trust to secure tu the
Woodland Purk Laud Company the payment ot
two notes of (258.33 each, dated October 17, ls'.KI
and payable with iutercst from date In one and
two j-e?rs from date; In the payment of which tin
said T. E. IS. llartsook having deti.ulted, and be
in^ directed so to do by the nolde rs' of the said
notes, 1 wl 1, ON THE lOTU DAY OF OJTOHEK,
1695, AI 12 O'CLOCK NOON, at the front door
of the courthouse of Koanokc city, sell at public
auction, a lot of land on the northwest corner t?f
Fourth street and Woodland avonuc, ltoanoke,
Virginia, being lot No. 37, section No. 1, accord?
ing to the map eit the Woodland Park Land Com
pauy, TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay tho sum
of (510 OH with interest as above, and the costs of
executing tin.- trust, aud the residue In one and
two years, evidenced by purchaser's bonds,
secured by deed of trust ou property. liOUT.
E. SCOT*?,' Trustee. U27td.
IAND SALE -BY VIKITE OF A DEED OF
j trust executed by M. U, McKinstry Octobor
17, 1890, recorded In deed boe.k No. 50, page S0?,
couvcylng to Hobt. B. Scott, trustee, property
hereinafter described. In trust ? secure to the
Woodland Park Land Company the payment of
two notes of (358.83eaoh, dated October n. lS9t),
and payable, with interest from date, in ono and
two years from cute; the s.'.id at. U. McKlustry
bavins defaulted In the payment ot tlu note last
matuiiDfr, and being directed st> to do by the
holders of the said notes, 1 will, ON 'ilia 2:1111
Day of OCTOBER, 18B9, at \% O'CLOCK
JNOON, a*, the Iront door ot the courthouse or
Koanoke city, sell at public suction, a lot or lint!
on the sonth sideot Woodland avenae, Koanoke ,
Va.. lfiO.35 feet eaet of Fourth etreot. being tho
lot No. 5, section No. 4, according to tho uisp ot
the Woodland Park Land Company. THUMS:
Cash sufficient to pay tho sum of $-158.33, with
Interest as above, and the costs of executing this)
trust, and the residue In one and two years, evi?
denced by purchaser's bonds, secured by deed ot
trust on the property. ROBT. B. SCOTT,
Trustee. 0 87 Ul
T AND SALE?BY VIRTUE OF A DBKD OF
xj t!U?t executed by T. B. B. Unrtsook Octo?
ber 17, ls-oo, recorded In docd book No. 50, pager
conveying to Bobert K. Scott, trustee, prop
er'y hereinafter described. In trust to securo to
the Woodland Bard Land Companv tho payment
of two notes ot $458.33 oach, dated October 17,
1890, and piiTable, with Interest from date. In ono
and two years from elate: In the payment ot
which toe said T. E. B. llartsook having de?
faulted, and being directed so to do by tho
holders of the said notes. I will, ON TBE 20TH
DAY OF OCTOBEB. 1898, AT IS O'CLOCK
NOUN, at the front door of the courthouse or
Boanoko city, sell at public auction, a lot of land
on tho north side ot Woodland aTenne, 190 root
west ot Fourth street, Boanokc, Va., beli.g lot
No. 41. section No. 1, according to the map ot the
Woodland Park Land Companv. I Ki; MS: Cash
sutliclcnt to pav the sum of #510 with interest
as above, and the co-ts of cxccullug this trust,
and the residue In one and two vears. evidenced
by purchaser's bonds, secured by deed of trust on
Ihe property. HOBT. E. SCOTT, Trustee. 937td
IAND SALE?BY VIRTUKOF A DEED OF
j trust esccntod by O. \V. Davi* nnd Sallle A.,
his wile. October 17. 1890. recorded In deed hook
51, page :>iiO, conveying to Hobt E Scott, trustee,
property hereinafter described In trust to secure
to the Woodland l'ark Land Company the pay?
ment of two notes of $250 each, dated October 17,
1890, and payable, with Interest from date, in one
and two years from date; In the paymert ot
which the said Q. W. Dtvis having defaulted,
and being directed so to do by tho holders of said
notes. 1 will, O.a TUE'?! I'll DAY OF OCTOBEB,
1893, AT IS O'CLOCK NOON, at the front doorot
the courthouse ot Koanoke city, sell at public
auction, a lot ot laud on the north side of Tazo
well street, Koanoke, Va., 500 feet west of Edge
wood street, being lot No. 81, section No. 4. ac?
cording to the map ot tho Woodland l'ark Land
Company. TERMS: Cash suOlclcnt to pay the
sum of $500, with interc.-t as above, and the costp
ot executing this trust, and the resldnc in one
and two years, evidenced by purchaser's bonds,
secured by deed ot trust on tho property. BOOT.
K cCOTT, Trustee._0 97 td
"I AND SALE-BT VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
Xj trust executed by Miss 11. D. Craves Octo?
ber 17,1890, recorded In deed book 53, page 84,
conveying to Robt. E. Scott, trustee, property
herelnatt r described. In trust to secure to the
Woodland l'ark Land Companv the payment ot
two notes of $5 l> each, dated"October 17, 1800,
and payable, with interest trom date, in one and
two yeats from date; in the payment ot the last
ot which notes tho said Miss B. D. Craves haTlng
dotauitcd, and being directed by the holders of
tho said note so to do. 1 will, ON TUB 9'iTH
DAY OF OCTOBEB, 1693, AT 12 O'CLOCK
NOON, at the front door ot the courthouse ot
Koanoke city, sell at public one ion, a lot of land
on tho south sido ot Woodland avenue, Koanoke
Va., 210 feet west of Fourth streot. being lot No
8, section No 3, according to t he map of tho Wood
land Bark Land Company. TERMS: Cash suf?
ficient to nay the sum ot $500. with interest as
above, anil the rests of executing this trnst, and
the residue In one and two years, evidouceti by
purchaser's bonds, secured by deed of trust on
thopropcrty. HOBT. B.SCOTT. Trusten. 0 37td
LAND SALE?BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
trust cxecntcd by T. E. B. llartsook Octo?
ber 17,1890, recorded In deed book No. 50, page
205, conveying to Robt. E. Scott, trustee, prop?
erty hereinafter descrlbol. In trust to securo ir?
the Woodland l'ark Land Company tho payment
of two notes ot $258.33 each, elated October 17,
1890, and payable with Interest from date, in one
and two years from date: In tho pn)inent ot
which the said T. E. B. llartsook having de?
faulted, and being dlrectod so to do by the
hinders or the notes. I will, ON THE SOTII OF
OCTOBEB. 1898, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, at tho
front door of the courthouse of Uuauoke city,
sell, at public auction, a lot of land on tne north
side of Woodland avenue, Honnokc. Va., 40 feet
westof Fourth street, being lot No. 88, section No.
1, according to the map ot the Woodland l'ark
Land Company. TBBMS: Cash snlllclcnt to pay
tho sum of $510 tili, with interest as above, and
the costs of executing this trust, and the residue
lu one uud two years, evidenced by purchaser's;
bonds, secured by deed of trust on the property.
ROBT. E. SCOTT. Trustee._0 \~, td
T AND SALE?BY VIRTU 13 OF A DEED OF
I j ttustexecnted by J F. Wiugllcld Oct. 17,1800.
recorded In deed book No. BS, page 297. convoy?
ing to Hobt E. Scott, trustee, property hcrclnnlter
described, in trust to securo to tho Woodland
Hurl; Land Company the payment of two notes of
$5111 each, dated October 17, 1890, nnd payable
with Interest from date. In one and two years
from date; in the payment of witch the snldJ.
F. \S lngilt-ld having defaulted, and being directed
so to do bv the holders ot s <ld notes I will on tho
20111 DAY <>F OCTOBER, 1895, AT 12
O'CLOCK NODS', at the front door of the court?
house of Koanoke City, sell al public auction n
lot of laud on'he south side of Woodland ave?
nue, Boanoko. Va., 10 feet west of Fourth street,
being lot No. 13, section No. 3, according to the
map of the Woodland l'ark Land Company.
TERMS: Cash suMiient to pay the stain of
$1,IXH), with interest as above, and tho costs ot
executing this trnst, and the residue in one and
two years, evidenced, by purchaser's bonds,
secured by deed of trust on the property. RoBT.
K. SCOTT, Trustee. 0 27 td
LAND SALE.?BY VIR'IUBOK A DEED OK
trust executed by .M O. McKinBtry October
17, 18W. recorded In deed book No 50, page 183,
conveying to Ront. E. Scott, trustee, property
hereinafter described, intrust to secure to the
Woodland !" ? rk Land Company the payment ol
two notes tf $338.83 each, and payable, with in?
terest Irom dato, in one and two years from date;
the said M C, McKinstry huvmg defaulted In tho
payment of the note last maturing, and being di?
rected so to do bv tho holders of the twtc*. I will.
ON TUB 39Til DAY OF OCTOBEB. 1N95, AT 13
O'CLOCK NOON, at the front door of the court?
house of Koanoke city, sell nt public auction, a
lot of laud on the south side ot Woodland avenue,
900.35 feet east ot Fonrth street, boanoko, Vir?
ginia, bel?g lot (!, soctlon 4,according to the map
of the Woodland l'ark Land Company. TERMS:
Cash sntllclent to p'sy the sum of $:;'>?? 33, with In?
terest as above, .and the costs of executing this
trust, and the residue in on" ami two years, evi?
denced by purchtt-or's bunds, secured by deed of
trust on the property. HOBT. E.SCOTT,
9 27 l..'s Trustee.
IAMI SALE-BY VIRTUE OF A DBKD O?
j trust executed by J. P. Wlngtteld Octobei 17,
IbllO, ei >rrted in deed book No. SO, page 800, Con
VCjiUg 10 Hoot. E. Scott, trustee, property hutc
luafler described. In trust to secure to the Wood -
land l'a'k Land Company Ihe payment of twi>
notes of $5(0oach,dat d October 17,1800, payable
with Interest from date in one and two yearn
trom dati ; in the payment ol which the said J.
F. Winsiueld having defaulted, and being directed
so to do bv the holders or the- said notes. I will.
ON Til K iW I'll DAY OF OCTOBER. 1895, AT 12
O'CLOCK NOON, at tho front door of the court
house of Koanoke rlty, sell at public auction, a
lot of land on Itie SOUtU side Ot W until nd .nrnue,
Koanoke. Virginia, 80feet west or Fourth street,
being lot No. 12, section No. 3. according to the
map <r the Woodland l'ark Land Company.
Tr RMS: Cash sufficient to pay the sumol $l.t!0O
with I' to,est as above, and the costs of executing
th<s trust, and l he residue in one at d two years,
evidenced by purchaser's bonds, secured by deed
or tru-t on the property. ROBT. E. SCOTT,
Trustee. 8 ?7 id
I AND SALE. BY VIRTUS OF A DEB? OF
J j trnst executed by B. P. Moomaw, Jr., orto
her 17, 1890, recorded In deed book No. 52, page
848, convoying to Hobt. E. Sco t, t'UBtee, property
hereinafter described, in trust to secure to the
Wcodland l'ark Lund Company the payment ot
two notes of f:!.r>o each, dated October 17, 189U,
and payable With interest from date, in one nnd
two years from date; in the payment ot which
the said B. F. Moomaw, Jr., having defaulted,
and being dlrertcd so to do by the holders of said
notes. I will, ON TUB 8?TII DAY OK OCTOBER,
l^'.'5, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, at the front doorot
the courthouse of Koanoke city, sell at public
auction a lot of land on the south side of Kas
Campbell stieet, Boanoke, Virginia, ISO feet west
of Fourth streot. being lot No. 81, section No. 1.
according to the map ot tho Woodland l'ark Land
Company. TBBMS: Cash sullUieut to pay the:
sum ot $700 with interest as above, and the costs
of executing this trust, and ibo resldno in one
and two years, evidenced by purchaser's bonds,
secured by deed of trust ou the property. BOUT.
E. SCOTT, Trustee. _Q 27 td
AND SALE BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
j trnst executed by J. P. Wlnglleld October
17, 1890, recorded tn deed book No. 5?;, page 305,
conveying to Hobt. K. Scott, trustee, property
hereinafter described. In trus*. tei securo to the
Wocdland l'ark Land Company the payment of
two notes of $500 each, dated October 17.1890, anil
payable with Interest from date in one and two
years from date. In the payment ot which the
satd J, P. Wlnglleld having defaulted, and being
directed so to do by the holders of the notes. I
Will, oN TUE 'Ii! DA\ OF 0 1TOBER, 1803,
AT 12 O'CLOCK noon, at the front doorot the
courthouse o( Boanoke city, sell ?t public auc?
tion a lot of laud on the south side of Woodland
avenue, Roanoko. Va.. ISO feet west ot Fourth
street, being lot No 11. section No. 3, according
to the map of the Woodland l'ark Land Com?
panv. TERMS: Cash sufficient to boy the mm
ot 81,000, with interest as above. Mid the cents of
executing this trust, and the rest lue In or.o
ami two years, evltenced bv purctui'or's boinl*.
secured by deed of trust on'.he property. LOtiT
E, SCOTT, Trustee. o v? id,