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Trimmings and millinery.
raset lenterlc, Jet ami SnatiRlcN Watteau
Pittite?Hut* ru?| I'lumcit.
Richness* licit, only of material, but of
trimming, win prevail during tho wintur.
elaboration (%f mako being added to tho
luxury of tho wunln.be. Usually splendor
of goods gm s baud In hand with moro or
less simplicity, but occasionally, as now,
tho most oxpeuslvo fabrics and costly ami
showy trimmlugs colnoldo in their vogue
with Ingenious and complicated stylos of
dressmaking. Metal and jet effects,'beads,
passoinontorlo, embroidery, lace, silver,
paste and jeweled buttons ntul lino furs
are all to be called in requisition for tho
udyruutout of winter toilet.
It is proposed to inaugurate, or rathor
reanimate, tho Louis Seize stylo of cos
tumo, and the present opulence of fabric
IS indeed too well suited for the purpose to
allow of Its possibilities being overlooked.
Hollow wattcau plaits uro becoming
popular and there Is a probability that
they will be largely employed on jackets,
capos and wraps of various kinds.
Felt hats of tho restoration stylo are to
be worn, heavily loaded with ostrich
plumes both tall and short. These hats
uro not intended for theater or conceit
wear, it is probably unnecessary to Mate.
There are so many pretty little bonnet and
toque arrangements, adapted to all nges
and easily trimmed, that thero is no excuse
for wearing clumsy headgear at any plate j
of public resort where it is likely to ob- I
seure tho view. A twist of Velvet, a buc
Ijje and a flower tire quite enough to com?
prise a bonnet in these days, and these
trilles arc so becoming that it is a pity not
to wear them 0:1 occasions when they are
appropriate?which is not witjt walking
costume in the street at noonday. It is
singular how persistently women some?
times reverse tho uses of headwear. saving
their largest and most overpowering bats
for evening use and wearing a tiny hunch
of lace and ribbon when they go shopping.
The sketch shows a walking gown hav?
ing a plain godot skirt of lizard green
wool. The blouse bodice is of lizard green
und red plaid on a beige ground, and is
cut on the bias. It is full at the waist,
which Is encircled by a bolt of lizard green
satin. A llgaro of cloth like the skirt is
rut in deep points, which are fixed to the
blouse by steel buttons. The sleeves are
of bias plaid and the collar of lizard green
satin. liolh collar and belt are fastened
with steel buttons. .Tunic Chollet.
Fashionable Blossoms?Sliver Candlesticks.
Marie Antoinette T'IcIiuh.
Flowers have been called, in franco, tho
elegance of the poor, for there even the la?
boring people usually indulge in the lux?
ury of a bunch of violets or a pot of mi?
gnonette occasionally. In America, until
lately, flowers have been by no means gen?
erally seen, except, in the bouses of the
Wealthy,but they are becoming daily more
a part of life here. No entertainment In
France is considered complete without the
addition of dowers, which are nspecial fea?
ture of birthday celebrations.
It is considered the best taste always to
have a few flowers placed about the
room, but to Indulge In extensive floral
decoration only for large entertainments.
A window box filled with low growing
variegated foliage plants is a fashionable
feature of the living room. Where it is de?
sired to use an individual plant for decora?
tion the problem of concealing the pot is
solved by jardinieres of a new design, in
the shape of large flowers in the natural
colors, the foliage forming tho base or
Standard. These jardinieres, in the like?
ness of Immense poppies, orchids and tu?
lips, are of pottery and porcelain and have
a decided vogue in Paris.
In Paris also is revived the use of tho
large, old fashioned candlestick, silver or
gilt, of the empire or Louis Quinze 1
style, some of which are like ecclesiastical
candlesticks. These are fitted with little
round lamps Instead of candles, which are
surmounted by shades in harmony witli
the style of the candlestick.
Napkins and tablecloths are now em?
broidered with acipher In linen floss. That
on the tablecloth is the larger and is placed
at one side of the middle, facing the end.
Tho cipher on the napkin is put in tho
cornor, so that it is on the outside when
the napkin is foldofl.
A sketch is given of three pretty ar?
rangements for the neck. Tho first con?
sists of n pair of rovers of butler colored
organdie, with an inserted baud of Irish I
loco and a rufllo of Irish lace around the
edge. The SCCOud is a Marie Antoinette |
fichu of the same goods, with nil insertion
of valenolonnes hu e and a rufllo of organ?
die and Valenciennes. It is made with
wide ends to be knotted at the breast, Tho
third is also of but tor colored organdie and
Valenciennes lace and is crossed in front,
the ends being fastened at the waist.
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lightful emollient, which coaxes Nature
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roughness?freckles, pimples, liver-moles,
blackheads, sunburn and tan. It is abso?
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or mailed for culls, Viola Skin-Soap
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and impure, but Viola Skin-Soap '.s pcrfecl
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PHONE 110. 1?0 KIRK AVK., S= YV
COMMISSIONER'S 8ALB.?Pursuant to a de?
cree entered in the chancery cattBe ot A. L.
Bibert vs. C. II. Vines, trustee, arid others. In the
circuit court for the city of Hotnokc, Va . I will,
ON SATURDAY, NOVBMBKH 23D, 1MB, at 12
O'CLOCK M., offer for salu at public anrtlon In
front ot the conrthouse, Roanoke city, to the
highest bidder, six ccrtsln houses and lots sit?
uated lu the Van Horn, Slbert and Bsrbnur ad?
dition to the city ot ltoanokc, being lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
7 and s of the said addition to the city of ltoa?
TERMS?Cash as to ?S23.4S on Iot No- *5S^ BO
on lot No. 2, $589.97 on lot No. 8, $888.94 on lot
No. 4, $8f,3 on lot No. 7, $409.04 as to lot No. 8.
The balance, it any, on each house. In one, two
and three years, evidenced by negotluhle notes
secured by deod of trust on the property sold.
0. 11. VINES,
10 22 td. Special Commissioner.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE?BY VIRTUE OF A
decree entered In the chancery cuise of The
Ciladc Land Company against The Co operative
Land Company, at the September term. 1895, I
will offer for sale at public auction, on the prem?
ises, ON THE 1STH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1895,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. the following property:
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5,?;. 7, 8, 0,10.11, 12, 18, 14, 17, IS
and 1?, section 6: lots 2. 4, 6, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11. 12. 14,
15,10 and 17, section 17; lots 11, 12, 13 14, 15, 10
and 17, section 8; lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 0, 7, 8,10, 11,12,
14,15,10 end 17, section 9: lots 1, 7, 8, 9,10, It, 12,
18.14, 20 and 21, section 10; lots 4, 5, 0, 7, 11, 12,
14.15, lti and 17, section 11; lots 7. 8, 9 and 10. sec
tlon 13: lot 8, section 14; lots 2, 8. 4. 6, 0, 7, 8. 10,
11,12,18, lti, 17, 18, 1?, 20. 81, 22, S3, 24, 25, 20 and
27, section 15; lots 10 and 11, smlon 17; lots 1, 2,
3. 4, 5,11.12.13,14,16,10,17, IS, 19, 23, 24, 25 and
26, section 10: lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, section 20; lots 1,
2, 3, 4, 7. 8, 9, 10 and 11, section 21; lots 2, 3, 4, 5
and 7, section 22: lot? 1, 2. 3, 7, 0, 9,10 and 11, sec?
tion 23; lots 1, 2 and 3, section 24; lots 2, 3. 4. 5
and 7, section 2T>: lots 1, 2, 8, 4,5, ?, 7, 9, 10,11, 18,
14,15 and lti, section 26; lots 1, 2, 3. 4, f., 7, 11, 12,
18, 14, 15, 16,17, 18, 23. 24, 2?, 27, 2}and2!i, section
27; lots 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.11,12,13 and 14, section
23. These lots arc toned on the map of the Olado
Lnnd Company's property, and is the same prop?
erty conveyed to the Co-operative Land Company
by the Glade Land Company.
TEItMS OF SALE: Cash.
WM. L?N8FORD, Commissioner.
I hereby certify that the above named com?
missioner has executed the bocd required by the
1018td S. 8. BROOKE, Clerk.
IN THE CLERK S OFFICE OF TUE HUST
Ingf Conrt for the city of Koanokc on thel9tb
day ot October, 1H)5. Rochester Having! and Loan
Association, plaintiff, against Chas. E. Moore,
defendant. Upon answer and cross bill.
The object of this suit is to recover from
Chas. E. Moore tho sum or $576.32, with intere-t
thereon from the?day-, 1895, that being;
the amount dne upon his bond as set forth in
the^e proceedings after the sale of his property
in the bill anil piocccdings mentioned. Anil
an aflltiavit having been made and died that the
defendant, Chas. E. Moote, is not a resident ot
the State of Virginia, it is ordered that he do ap
ear here within fifteen days after due publication
ereof. and do what may be necessary to protect
his interest In this suit. And it is inrther or?
dered that a copy hereof be pnbllshcd ouco a
week for four weeks in The Koanokk Times
and that a copy be posted at the front door of tho
conrthonse of this city on the first day of the
noxt term. A copy?Teste:
S. S. BROOKE. Clerk.
LdHaronn & Antrim, p. q, 10 20 4w.
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE nUST
ings Court for the city ot Roanoke, on the
10th day of October, 1805.
Hoctiester Savings and J/Oan Association,
plaintiff, against Chas. B. Moore, defendant.
Upon answer and cross bill.
The object ot this suit Is to recover from Chas.
B. Moore the sum of $518.82,wlth Interest thereon
from the-day ot-,1695. that being the
amount due upon his bond asset forthin Ihc-epro?
ceedings after the sale of his property In the bill
and proceedings mentioned. And an aOldavlt hav
lrtfc; been made and tiled that the defendant, Chas.
E. Moore, is not a resident of the State of Vir?
ginia, It Is ordered that he do appear here with?
in fifteen days after due publication hereof, and
do what may be necessary to protect his interest
In this suit. And it Is further ordered that a
copy hereof tie published once a week for four
weeks in The Roanoke Timm and that a copy be
posted at the front door of the court house ot
Ibis city 011 the first day of the next term.
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
LOKSPonn & Antrim p. q. 1020 4w.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
estate?By virtue of a certain deed of trtift
dated the 4lh day of November, 1890, and of
record In the clerk's office ot the corporation
court for the elty of Roanoke. Va.. In deed book
f>0, psgo 450, from Rowrcy Noel and Maria Noel,
his wife, to the under*Igncd trustee In trust to
sreare the Home Loan and Building Association
tho payment of tho debt In enhl deed mentioned;
and default having been made by said Howsey
Noel, for moro than tlx months, in the payment
of his dues, interest ami linen, and the board of
dlrccor? of eald association so requiring, I will,
ON .MONDAY.TllBlsTH 1) i Yoi? NOVEMBER.
1805. AT 12 o'CLO K NOON, In trout or -he
courthouse In Roanoke, Va., proceed to ?eil at
public auction to tho highest bidder, all that
parcel of land lying In tho city of Roanoke, Va.,
and described ns follows:
Beginning at a point on the roith side of Fac?
tory alloy 76 foot east of ar.d adjoining the lands
of A. L. Humbrlck's estate, ibencc with said
nlley oast 1!) feet running back bctweeu parallel
line 88 feet, being the same land conveyed to
ssld Howsoy Nooll by It. II. Woodrum by deed
dated the 19th day of August. 1887.
TERMS?Cash. The proceeds of sale will bo
applied first to tbo payment of the costs of eale.
Including a trustee's commission, and second to
the payment of tbo debt due under said deed of
trust to said association, which amounts to
ri.s'O. The amount in arrears, as of September
. 18115, waa $107.20; and third, the surplus. If
any, as the statute directs.
TFJOS. W. MlnLER,
10 18 td Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALB.?WHEREAS ACER PAIN
deed of trust was executed by Emannel Pet
tus to Gco. C. Sawyer and his successors 8s
trustee, bearing date March 0, 1893, and recorded
In the clerk's ofllce of the hustings court lor tho
city of Roanoke in deed book 81, page 50, to se?
cure tho performance of certain conditions and
payments specified In a certain bond executed by
the Bald Bmanuol Pettus, or ever, date with the
said deed, for the payment of $800 to tho Atlantic
Savings and Loan Association of Syracuse, N. Y.,
in accordance wllh their nrtieles of association;
and, whereas, the said Oeo. C. Sawyer, trustee,
having resigned, tho said trust and the Jndge
of the hustings court of tho city of Koauoke did,
at the September term, 1895, appoint the under?
signed <J. II. Vines trustee In the place aud stead
of the said Guo. O. Sawjcr, trustee, after legal
notice, as provided by statute, to all the parties
In Interest; und, whereas, default has been mado
In the payments und conditions mentioned In
sold deed of trust for more than six months, and .
bar r.g been required eo to do by the beneficiary,
the Atlantic Savings and Loan Association of
Syracnso, N. \\, I shall, by virtue of said deed
and pursuant to tbo terms thereof, proceed to seli
at public auction to the highest bidder ON TUB
I0TI1 day OF NOVEMBER. 1805, AT 12
O'CLOCK -m . on the premise s, all tho property
conveyed by said deed, as follows, to-wli:
Beginning at a point on the north line of
Gregory street',225 feet cast of Giilncsborongh ave?
nue, thence along Gregory street south 87 de?
grees 15 minutes cast -'17.7:1 fc't to a narrow pri?
vate alley, thcuci along the same 0 degrees 14
minutes cast 40.43 feet, thence north 87~dcgrecs
5 minifies west 80.5!? feet to a point, thence south
2 decrees '.i minutes west 40.83 feet to the place of
beginning, being part of lot No S2, In ward|slx,
us ehown on the map or the ltoanokc Land and
Improvement Company, Tho amount due the
association is t8C5.ll, ?s of October 1,1805.
C. II. VINES,
Chap. 848.?A Joint Resolution Proposing
an Amendment to the Fifth Section of
Article Ten of the Constitution of Vir?
ginia, and Providing for Publishing
Said Amendment and Certifying the
Same to the Next General Assembly.
Approved March 8, 1891.
1. Resolved by the bouse of delegates and sen?
ate (a majority of the members elected to each of
the two houses agreeing thereto), That the fol?
lowing amendment to the constitution of Vir?
ginia be, and is hereby proposed, and Is hereby
refericd to the general assembly to be chosen at
the next general election of senators and mem?
bers of tbe house of delegates for its concurrence
In conformity with tbe provisions of section one,
of article twelve of said constitution, namely,
strike out from the constitution of Virginia tbe
fifth clause of article ten, which is in the follow?
? 5. The general assembly may levy a tax not
exceeding one dollar per annum on every male
citizen who has attained ihe age of twenty-one
years, which shall ho applied exclusively In aid of
public free schools; and counties and corpora
tlons shall have power to impose a capitation
tax, not exceeding fifty cents per annum, tor all
And Insert in lion thereof the following:
? 5. The gereral assembly may levy a tax not
exceeding one dollar per annum on evcy male
citizen who has attained the age of twenty-one
years, which shall be applied exclusively in aid of
public tree schools; and eountlee and corpora?
tions shall have power to impose a capitation
tax, not exceeding fifty cents per annum, for all
purposes; aud tbo general assembly may impose
upon every mine inhabitant of the State between
the ages of sixteen and sixty years, tho duty of
working, not exceeding two days In any one
year, upon the public roads and highways
therein, subject, however, to Buoh exemptions
from duty us may be from time to time pre?
scribed by law.
2 Resolved, That the clerk of the senate or the
clerk of tho house of delegates, or, if a vacancy
happen in both of the said ofllces, tbe presiding
officer of either bouse of the general assembly,
be authorized and required to cause this proposed
amendment and these resolutions to bo published
In one newspaper published In euch of the cities
of the commonwealth having moro than ten
thousand inhabitants, once a week for three con?
secutive months previous to the time of choosing
the members of tne genera', assembly at the next
general election of senators and members of the
house of delegates.
3. Itceolvcd, That tbe clerk of tbe senate and
the clerk of the house of delegates be required to
trausmit to the general assembly to be chosen at
tne next general election of senators and mem?
bers of tbe house of delegates a certified copy of
said proposed amendments and of these resolu?
tions, together with tho certificates of publica?
tion by tbe publishers of the newjpapers In which
the said proposed amendments snail have been
OrncK op Clerk or Horsu oi? Dei.eoatep,
Richmond, Va., July 25,1895.
Tbe foregoing Is a copy of a Joint resolution
proposing an amendment to tbe fifth section of
article 10 of tho constitution of Virginia, and pro?
viding for publishing said amendment and cer?
tifying the same to the next general assembly?
which was agreed to dnrlng the sessions of 1898
1894 by a majority of tbe members elected to each
of the two houses, and so recorded, and which
joint resolution was approved by the governor on
March 8, 1804, and is published in accordance
with a provision contained therein.
J. BELL BIGGER,
Clerk of Honse of Delegates and Keeper of tbe
Rolls of Virginia. 81 3m law
BY VIRTUE OK A DEED OF TRUST EXB
cnted by Mary A. McCrossin and husband ou
tbe 20th day of August, 1891, and duly re?
corded on page 31 in deed book No. 07 of the
Hustings Court records for the city of Roan?
oke conveying to George J. Peet Tr? and his
successors certain real estate therein described
In trust to secure to the National Mutual Build?
ing and Loan Association of New York certain
payments of money provided to be made under
the terms of the said trust, which payments uow
stand In default and said association having as?
signed for valne Its entire Interest In said debt
and the undersigned having been by order of
court duly substituted for Gco. J. Peet, trustoc,
by consent of the parties at interest, thercforc.on
request of the assignee and bencficlarv of
said trust 1 will on SATUII?AY. THE 21ST DAY
OF SEPTEMBER, 1805, at 13 o'clock noon, offer
for sale on the premises, at public outcry, to the
highest bidder for cash, either in person
or by counsel, all of that certain lot or
parcel of land, with all the improvements thereon,
situated at No 515 Gllmer (or Fourth) avenue n.e..
In the city of Roanoke, and State of Virginia, and
bounded and described as follows, to-wlt: "be?
ginning at a point on the southerly side of Gll?
mer street, distant 150 fcot easterly from the
southeasterly corner of Gllmer street and Wood
street, and running thence along Gllmer street,
south 87? 45', cast6C feet, thence south 2" 15', west
100 feet, thence north 87? 45', west 50 feet, thence
north 23 15', east 100 feet to Gllmer street, the
place of beginning. Amount due upon said debt
as of August 5,1805, is $1323.18 and costs of tni?
8 21 tde AHTUUK N. BERK, Trustee.
By consent of the parties at Interest the above
sale is postponed to Monday, September 38, ls95,
at tho same time and place.
AKTHUB N.?BRB, Trustee.
Cnder an order of court the above advertised
sale Is postponed nntll November 0, 1895, s.t the
same place and hour, or to such other date, to be
hereafter stated, as the said court Injunction
shall have been previously dissolved.
ARTHUR r?. DBRR, Trustee.
DENNIS, THI'ITT ,v. COMPANY FOR, ETC.,
vs. I'nited Building Company, a corporation,
et als. Iii chancerv.
To R. G. Dennis, G. W. Truitt and J. C. Dennis,
partners, trading us ?ennis, Truitt a Company,
who sue for the benellt and at the cost of the
Atlantic Building and Loan Association, plain?
tiffs, versus.!. B. Levey, F. bitterdlng, h.a.
Johnson. J. U. Wilkinson, Hosa L. Bryant, W.
M. Yager, trnstee: C. H. Vines and A. B. Hunt,
special commissioners; Atlantic UuiUlliiK and
Loan Association, a corporation; J. C. Sawyer,
trustee, and the United Building Company, a
In the hustings court for the city of RonnoUe,
TAKE NOTICE That pursuant to decree In
the above caueo of October 1. 1R95, 1 shall, ON
THE 20TII DAY OK NOVEMBER, P-'>5. at my
oluce, rooms No-. 3 and 3, Masonic Temple build?
ing. In the city aroresiild. pioccc.1 to Inquire Into
and make the statement" concerning the matters
mentioned In the said decree, arm thereby re
fe*red to mo as one et the master com ul*?tun ri
In chat.ccry of the said < mit. Especially conc-rn
tin: the following:
First. The real o*tato owned by lite said J. It
Levey, subject to the lien of nciitior.tr's imm?
Second. Stich other Hens as may t>o found
against -aid property and the respective priori
ties of such liens.
Third. Whether tho rents and profits derived
from such real estate will, within lire years from
this date, be sufficient to pay oft and discharge
the Ileus aforesaid with their costs and Interests.
Fourth. Such other matters as may he '.'cemcd
by him pertinent or necessary, or inav be re?
quired by any party to this suit.
Note Under this head the commissioner will
take testimony show-tug tho relative value of the
land and the houses built thercou.
If from any cause said Inquiries be not begun
on the day above named, or begun and not com?
pleted, the samo will be continued fiom day to
day, or time to time, at the same place, until all
oi said inquiries are sustained and completed.
Given under my hand as comml?sloner In
chancery of the huntings court for tho city of
Hoanoke, this the 14th day of October. 1806.
,A?4. A. !t I. M It ANTRIM,
1U 1.) td Commissioner In Chancery.
TRUSTEB'S SALE?WHEREAS A CERTAIN
deed or trust was executed by Eiraunel I'et
tuB to Oeorge C. Sawyer and his successors as
trustees, bearing date August 1, 1898, and record?
ed in the clerk s oUlce ot the hustings court for
tho city of ltoanoke In deed book SS. page Sit, to
secure the performance or certain conditions and
payments specliled In a rcrtaln bond executed
by the said Kuianncl Pettns. of evon date with
the Baid deed, for the payment ot fS'.n to the
Atlantic Savings und Loan Assotiatlonof Syi'a
etise, n. Y., in accordance with their articles ot
association: and whetens the said (,'corge C.
Sawyer, trustee, having resigned the said trust,
and the Judge of the hustings court of
the city or Koanoko did, at tho September term,
18ns, appoint the undersigned C. H. Vinos trus?
tee in the pure and -tea l of the said George C.
1 Sawyer, trustee, arter legal notice, as provided by
statute, to all the parties In Interest: and where?
as default has been made In the payments and
conditions mentioned In said deed of trust lor
more than *ix months, and having been re?
quired so to do by tiie benoflclary, the Atlantic
savings and Loan Association of Syracuse, N.
Y? I shall, by virtue of sold deed and pursuant :o
the terms tbereof, proceed to Fell at public auc?
tion, to the highest bidder, on the lt,TU DAY OF
NOVEMBER, Is'.O. AT 12:05 O'CLOCK P. M? on
I tho premises, all the property conveyed by said
deed, as follows, to wit:
\ Beginning at the northwest corner ot that cer
i tain lot conveyed by A. J. Young and wite to
! Emnnuel l'cttus and Charles I'arker: thence
north 2 degrees 15 minutes east 81.51 feet to
I Gaincsborough avenue (formerly Gaineshorough
road); thence along the sr.me north 63 degrees :x)
minutes east 4ti 3-10 feet; thence south 2 de?
grees 15 minutes west 105 210 feet to oppo?
site northwett corner of lot above referred to of
Pettus and I'arker; thence nor'.h 87 degrees 45
mtnntes west 40 feet tef the place of beginning,
this being part of tot S2, In ward 6. as shown on
tho map of the Roauokc Land and Improvement
Company. The amount due association October
1,1S95. Is $310 OS.
1010-td C. U. VINES, Trustee.
'J'RL'-TEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
1 estate?3y virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated the 0th day or October, 1808, and of record
n the clerk's office of the corporation court for
the city of Hoanoke, Va., in deed book 80, page
425. from C. A. Woollord and Minnie II. Wool
ford, his wite, to the undersigned trustee, in
trust to sccdre tho Home Loan aud Building As?
sociation the payment of the debt In sa'.d deed
mentioned: and default having been made by
said C. A. Woolfotd, Tor more than six months.
In the payment ot his dues, interest and fines,
and the board of directors or said association so
requiring. I will. ON MONDAY, THE 1STU DAY
OF NOVEMBER, 1896, AT 12:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
in front ot the courthouse. In Hoanoke, Va.. pro?
ceed to sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, all that certain parcel ot laud, lying in
the city ot Hoanoke, Va., and dese lbed as fol?
Beginning at the southwest corner of Brooke
and Wells street; thence with Wells street In
a westerly direction 100 feet to G. W. Sisler's
line; thei.ee with said Sisler's line in a southerly
direction 42 lect to a point: thenco in an easterly
direction with Dravenstadt's line HO feet to
Brooke street; thence with Brooke street In a
northerly direction 12 feet to the place ot begin?
TERMS-Caab. The proceeds of salo will be
applied first to the payment ot the costs or sale,
Including a trustee s commlstlon,and second to
the payment of the sum ot $320.00, being the
amount due under said deed of trust to said as?
sociation. The amonnt lu arrears as of Sontem
ber 25, 1895, was f2s0.t'0; and third the surplus. If
any. as the statute directs. THOMAS W. MIL
LEH, Trustee. 10 IS-td
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?WHEREAS A CERTAIN
deed of trnst was executed by Krastus A. Mc
Gebee to George J. l'eet, trustee, boaring date of
December the lKh, 1891, and recorded In the
clerk's ottlce of the hustings court for the city of
Hoanoke, Va., In deed book 71, page 230, to se?
cure the perlormance of certain conditions and
payments specified in a certain bond executed by
the said Krastus A. McUehce, of even date witll
the said dced,for the payment ot six hundred dol?
lars to the National Mutual Building and Loan
Association, ot New York, In accordance with
their articles ot association; and whereas the said
George J. l'eet has resigned the said trust and
the Judge of the hustings court for the city of Roa?
uokc, Va., at the September term. 1895, did ap?
point Junlus McGoucobs trustee. In phioe and
stead of George .). l'eet, trustee, after legal notice
as provided by statute to all the p.rtles In Inter?
est; and whereas, default has been made in the
paymente and conditions mentioned In said bond
and deed of trust for more than three mouths,
and after having been requested so to do by the
beneficiary, the National Mutual Building and
Loan Association, of New York. 1 shall by virtue
of said deed atd pursuant to the terms thereof
proceed to sell at public anctlon to highest bid?
der ON OCTOBER 30,1895. AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
on the premises, a 1 the property conveyed In
said deed with the Improvements thereon bounded
and described as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at a point on tho west side of Sixth
street n. e. (formerly Monroe street) distant one
hundred (100) feet northerly from Eighth avenue
n. e. (formerly Walker St), and running thence
with Sixth street n. e. north two degrees (21) east
one hundred (100) feet to Ninth ave. n. e. (form?
erly Gregory street), thence with Ninth ave. n. e.
north eighty eight (88) degrees west fifty (50) feet
to a point, thence south two (2) degrees west one
hundred (100) feet to a point, thence south eighty
eight (88) degrees east fifty (50) feet to the point
TERMS: Cash Bt>nic!ont to puy all ecsts tit ex?
ecuting this trust. Including a commission to the
trustee, and to pay of said bond with urrearaees
due thereon amounting in the aggregate; to six
hundred and flfty-elght 36-100 dollars ($058.38-100)
as of Ocohcr 1st, 18115, and the balance, It any, in
one and two equal annual lnslulniei-ts due
twelve aud twenty tour months, with '.mere
thereon troni date,the purchaser executing nego?
tiable notes foreleterred payments and secured by
a deed of trnst on the property sold.
9 2S td Trustee.
WHEREAS, BY DEED, DATED 17TH DAY
of Octotier. 1802, recorded In the clerk's
ofllco of the Hustings Court for city of Hoanoke,
Va., in deed book hi, page 191, T It. Campbell
conveyed to the undersigned certain property In
trust to secure to P. L. Terry the sum of $300 <W,
payable as therein set forth; and, whereas, de?
fault has been made In the payment of part ot
said debt, and being requested by P L. '!>rry,
the bencflciary thereunder, I will offer for rale,
separately, at public auction, to the highest bid?
der. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ON WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER it). 1805, at A. L. Marshall's planing
mill, on Moorman road northwest. In city of
Hoanoke, Va., the property d? scribed under said
deed, to-wlt: One smith's planing machine and
one portable eight horse-nower steam engine.
TERMS: Cash. S. W. JAMISON.
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?RIJSTEE'S SALE of VALUABLE HEAL
_ estate.?By virtue of a certain deed ot trust
dated the 6th dav of January, 1ns7, and or record
In the clerk's ofllce of the corporation court for
the city of Hoanoke,Va., In deed bookO, page 277,
from Wllllarr. A. Carr to the undersigned t.nstee,
intrust to secure the Homo Loan and Bn'ldlng
Association the payment of the debt In said deed
mentioned; and default having been made by the
said William A. Catr for more than six mouth- in
the pavtnentof his dues, Interest and Ones, and
the board of director-of said association so re?
quiring, 1 will on monday, tue I8TII da\
of November, ism, at i o'clock p. m..
In front of the courthouse In Hoanoke. \ a? pro?
ceed to sell at pnbllo auction, to tho highest
bidder, all that certain parcol of land lylii^- In
the city of Hoanoke. Va., and describe I as
follows: Fronting on Wells street and running
back along Henry street 10 an alley, and known
a.- lot seven t7) In Section one (Don map Ot the
Rogers. Fairfax * Houston Addition.
TERMS ca-M. The proceeds of sale will no
applied, first, to Hie pa> nient of tllS COBIS Ot - lb .
Including a trotten'? cnmml ? Inn. and. second, to
tho payment of tho sum ot $628.60, being i o
amount due nnder tald deed ot trust to said As?
sociation. The amount Ol srrear- ?s of fep'rm
ber 25tb 1865, was $597.80; and, tblrd.tho sur| IS,
If any, as the statute ilin 11
UM8-td 8. M. BROP1H . Trustee.
What's the Use of Waiting ?
"They " gay "all things come to him who waits," but we have no *
been waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. Wo KNOW our prices
nro right, cur work A-l, and if you don't
Rlancke, Va. _183
To BALL & A1AY, Dr.
bring u* work wo v. ill come after it in ono
way or another, either by bringing to your
notico our prices, facilities and quality of
execution, or personal interviews. Wo are
not grumbling; far from it. "We've had our
share ; we nr.' ~till getting our share. But wo
have placed ut your disposal a modern, and
almost ideal, printing establishment, with
such facilities as to command admiration from all with whom wo
have business intereoureo. Wo arc not waiting; haven't time to wait.
An Up-to-Date Printing Office.
One of the vows the writer made when he was "devil" in a
country printing offico wns, in effect, that if he ever owned or man?
aged a printing establishment, it would be kept clean, a*, least by
comparison. At that time he hardly felt the force of tho vow, for he
lias learned after years of experience that it is necessary immediately
alter ono "going over" to start at tho beginning and over it all
again. It never ends?just like a housekeeper's duties?but not liko
tho boy who sees no use in washing his face because it will get
soiled again. Hut, a clean printing establishment is just as neeo=sary
for the proper execution of work in <>i;r line as light aud heat and
power. And the vow lias been kept. Come und see.
We Do Not Believe
Tl icre is another city in the Stale which -ends such a small propor?
tion. ,.f its orders for printing and blank books away to our Northern
friends as Roanoke. All honor to our bankers and business men;
that i-?most all of it. We must v.rvo a little, as this is our
is jnst opposite and overlooking tho lawn of Hotel Roanoke, (one of
tli > finest hotels in the State.) which gives us a magnificent, bright,
refreshing view at all times. [Our business office and press-room are
0:1 the ground floor (along with our prices). Each floor and depart?
ment is connected with tho office by Electric Bells, Speaking Tubes,
and Elevators; and nil departments are bountifully supplied with all
kinds of Labor and Time-Saving Appliances.
In Our Press-Room
Can bo seen tho rapid, diminutive and monster cylinder presses,
including tho famous "Promise Keeper," turning out thousands upon
thousands of sheets ever}* day. Our largest and best paper cutting
machine, tho automatic cutting knife sharp?
ener, and tabloting nppurtenances are on
tliis floor. Q'ho wonderful and powerful
electric motor, which propels the machines
on nil three floors, is also on this floor. Over
in one corner, hardly noticeable, is kept in
readiness, as a supplementary power, an
improved Oaa Engine, to be attached at
momentary notice, in case of accident to tho
electric motor, or for other causes. This precludes the possibility ol
a "hole" on the power question.
One of the things which has contributed largely to the success of
our establishment is tho systematic working "together" of all our
forces in all departments. This has reduced
to a minimum tho "lost motion" which is
usually to be found in large industries. If
a minute can be saved here, another thero,
it is done?an hour is gained?thus we take
euro of the fleeting moments. Five minutes
SLACK & WHITE,
?Uto'r.eyi at Law,
P. O. Box 26. Roanck.'
wasted daily by each of our employes would mean tho interest on
$10,000 a year. In theso days of closo margins each moment of
timo must bo productive.
Quite Recently, Too
The times are hard, money tight, everything handled econom*
icnlly?but it cannot possibly stay that way. So we are pushing
("not shoving'') ahead, just as though good times were upon us.
We cannot aflord t>> lag behind or worry; but in time- <?:' peace wo
are preparing for war. And when it ?'eines we will have an estab?
lishment that can take care of anything that comes?and things that
do not come now. Recently wo placed an order for one of tho
largest lots of new typo ever given at one time in Virginia.
We Print Anything
That can bo desired or devised from movable type, paper and ink?
and brains. Brains are just as important in our work as paper or ink
or typo. It is tho combination that tells. Wo do not mean to bo
egotistical at all; but combining theso things to bring forth a harmo?
nious result has been our study?and wo do claim to know our
business right thoroughly.
On the Second Floor
A long row of small presses, used for cards, envelopes, statements,
note heads, tickets and small work. Here, also, is probably the most
wonderful piece of mechanism in our establishment?tho Railroad
Ticket Printing Machine. Think of it the next time you purchase
your ticket. Secured behind iron bars and double looks, it at once
suggests government bonds, with all these safeguards.
On this floor is the type-setting department, where expert minds and
lingers think and act rapidly and correctly, interpreting at times hand?
writing that would make, Horace Greeloy turn green with envy.
Large, extra large fonts of type permit the handling of very largo
orders in a most satisfactory and expeditious manner. Our force in
this department can set up about as many pages in a day as a man
can read. A plentiful supply of.Algebraical, Astronomical, Geometri?
cal signs and characters, acconte letters, and "odd sorts" enable us
to handle difficult and intricate work in special lines.
On the Top Floor
Is our Blank Rook Manufactory, ruling machines, including or.
which is probably the largest south of Philadelphia; our various wire
stitchers, whi. h will take wire fro: a spool, cut it tho proper length,
shape it, and drive through a bdo? three-fourths of inch thick, or
one not so thick, l'JO a minute; then our paging and numbering
machines, board and paper cutters, book presses, which exert a
pressure of twenty tons or more, ; .?:??' ^g, punching and eyeleting
machines, and tho engraving department?which latter is an innova?
tion for this section.
And Our Stock-Room!
It' mo of our friends who usually buy a quire or so of paper at a
timo, could look in upon this department, thoy would not cease won?
dering for days. Wo do not exaggerate a particle when we say you
? an see A T<?N OF A KIND; yes, TEN TONS OF A KIND.
You siiy: ""What, ten tons of one kind of paper in a town liko
Roanoke.'" That's what wo said. Come and see. And, besides,
hundreds of other kinds of plain, fancy And unique; there arc stacks
of card-board, of a kind, as high as a man, and ho need not bo n.
What Can We Not Do
With such facilities? A card, a circular, noto head, envelope, pam
phlet, price list, catalogue, book, railroad rato shoot or timo tnblo, a
ruled blank or n 1000-page ledger, on any or all, wo assure our
friends we art AT HOME; from January 1st to December 31st.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Co,,
Printers, Engravers and Blank Book Manufacturers,
ppoiite Hotid Roinoke. ROANOKE VA .
EDvV. L. STONE, Pretidt.it. ? ? nOAiNUfiCii V?'