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The Learned Professor Gives a
Plain Talk on
One Rented/ Cannot Correct All
the Changes in the System.
Are Heeded to Pfavjiu tba Develop?
ment of Diseases at the End of
Catartli, llrom-liltla auil Tlu-oat Illauise
Arv Sown by tlio Neglect of it March
?olil-Muuyon'h C'olil Cute Break? t o
tin Worst for in of it Co d at Olive.
The Bcault of Fxtnt Work on the l'art of
Tlx ho Organa tin i l hi; t o il Weather Are
l'roiuptlf Strengthened by Miiuvon'a
And Deficient Circulation Call For Muu
yoii'H Itlood Curo, tlio Host Bloud Tonic
mi I he Market - It Knrlelio? ami I'tii-lltea
t lie it I o oil, Promotes A |>]l* tlto it mi Olvea
lteuewtd stroi tth and Vitality.
Professor Munyon says: "The Idea
that one must take "Spring Medicines"
ia a great mistake. It is true that at. this
season of tlio year many changes take
place in the human body that iilfcet the
olood. liver, kidneys and nerves, hut in
healthy people these changes occur with?
out the help of medicines. In fact, it is
n sin against nature to take drugs of any
kind into the hotly unless one is ill. The
so called Spring Medicines for the blood
are also bad, because they pretend to cure
all diseases with one combination of med?
icines. If your .stomach is out of order
it is absurd to take rheumatism medi?
cine; if you have a cold, a kidney remedy
net only does you no good, but may do
harm; If your liver is sluggish a nerve
cure Is useless. In iuct, there is only one
way to cure promptly and permanently,
that is by treating each phase of disease
with the appropriate remedy. 'A sepa?
rate cure for each Disease' is the grand
and t rue principle on which the Munyon
system of treatment has gained its mar?
"If you have a March Cold, the first
thing is to cure the_cold, as this is the
season when Urlppe and Colds have a
dangerous,teudeucy to develop into lung
diseases and catarrh. The most obsti?
nate Colds yield in :v few hours to Muu
yon's Cold Cure. Pueu;::on!a, catarrhal
diseases and thront troubles are always
prevented by this remedy. Where Colds
are complicated by . a Cough, ;the; Cold
Cure should be alternated with Munyon's
"The debilitated condition which
affects many people in the Spring season
is Nature's warning that some organ is
weak and often precedes serious disease.
It is a condition which needs careful in?
vestigation, and which calls for treat?
ment, not with Spring Medicines, hut
with the remedy that tvill remove the
cause. If the stomach is disordered,
Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure will net us a
stomach tonic and bowel regulator, as?
sisting digestion, and curing such symp?
toms as pain or soreness in the stomach,
indigestion or distress after eating, full?
ness in the stomach, shortness of breath,
poor appetite, coated tongue, sour or bit?
ter raising from the stomach, heartburn,
wind on the stomach, constipation, dizzi?
ness, faintness and lost energy.
"if the kidneys are atl'ected the lan?
guid, dragged-out feeling is accompanied
by pain in the back, dark circles around
the eyes, headache, and deposits of red
sand or mucus in the urine. Munyon's
Kidney Cure is guaranteed to cure \)~> per
cent, of all formt of kidney disease.
??When the dvor is disordered the whole
system feels the presence in the blood of
the poisonous substances left by the de?
fective action o( this organ. In fact, the
condition is one of general poisoning.
There is depression of the spirits, tired,
worn out. feeling all the time, had taste
in the mouth, aching and soreness in the
i-ight side, backache, and itches and pair..-;
all over. Munyon's Liver Cure stimu?
lates the liver to healthy action, and
makes a perfect cure by removing the
??Impoverished, thin and Impure ,blood
is the foundation from which many dis?
eases arise in the Spring months. The
poor quality of the bloo'1 rest Its in a
general low sta.e of health, loss of energy
and vitality The patient takes cold
easy, and the colds are obstinate, lead
ing to catarrh, rheumatism luid neural
gia,. Munyon's Itlood Cure not only
purifies the blood, but makes new blood,
rich in nourishment, that invigorates the
whole system, it aids the healthful ac?
tion of all the organs of the body, revital?
izes all the tissues, promotes tippetite,
drives out skin diseases, brings healthy
color to the cheeks, clears the complexion
and tones up the nerves, dispelling com?
pletely the dragged out, tired feeling."
Nu mattei what the disease, theer is a
Munyon specific with which you can doc?
tor -ami cure yourself. Munyon's Im?
proved flomoepathic Remedies are sold
liy all; druggists, mostly at 20 cents a
vial-SThere is no guess work; each rem?
edy is plainly labeled wit.', directions for
home* treatment, and the cure is abso?
lutely certain, if you are in doubt as to
the nature of your ilisnse, a personal let?
ter to L'rof. Munyon, 1505 Arch street,
Philadelphia, will be answered with free
EDWARD JETER, REPORTER.
Bishop Randolph, who wns to have
preached last night, failed to occupy Rev.
Mr. Hubarci's pulpit, but will preach this
morning mil o'clock.
The 0:20 car will be put on to-mcrrow.
Revs. Ball and Kennedy leave Tuesday
to attend conference which me??ts in
Staunton this week These gentlemen
will try and have Salem named na the
place of meeting ot the next conference.
RMrn. Lacy, ot lluonn, Vista, Is visiting
the family of W. S. Aicner in West Salem.
Mrs. Krank Chalmers, on account of
her very nervous condition, was yester?
day moved from her home on Union street
to Hotel Salem, where her husband and
friends think that the extreme miiet of
the place will be.conductve to her speedy
Dr. Holiday, of the Baptist Orphanage,
returned yesterday from a business trip
to the Eastern shore.
Mrs. Dr. St. John, of New York city,
is visiting in the city the guest of Judge
Henry E. Blair'? family.
Shanks Armstrong left this week for
Abkius, Wythe county, Va., where he has
gone, he says, to make ids fortune.
Mrs. Katharine Kirk, ol Goodwins Per?
ry, who hits been on a, visit to the family
of Councilman J, H. Can den, left yester?
day for Rotuoke, from which place she
will return to Giles county.
The Misses Johnston, Spessard, Burks
find Berkeley, popular up-to-date, touch?
ers in the Salem graded school, left yes?
terday for Vintoil,where they went to tit
tend a meeting of the Roanoke county
teachers' association. Prof. Phipps Mil?
ler, Miss Peters nnd Superintendent
Romer Htearnes left tor the same purpose.
' Prot. Jno. II. Duvkwiler, ptlnclpal of
the Salem graded school, colored, will go
to Vlnton Friday night, the 2Hth instant, j
for the purpose of delivering the diplomas
to the graduating class of the Vintou j
Marriage licenses were issued from the
clerk's ofllce on the Pith and 17th to
.lames Hurt, of Franklin county, and
Miss Martha Dervease, of Floyd. Also
to Marshall (Jross Reiley, of Bedford
county, and Miss Kmma Davis Richard- i
son, of Roanoke.
Yesterday was a typical spiring day,
with the mercury playing around 70 de- j
grees. The wind cuine from the west,
but its breath was- as soft und balmy us
midsummer. The perfume of the bulb
flowers, hyacinths and violets scented
the air and tlio honey bee was on the
wing. White clouds floated lazily
through the air like snirits of the dawn?
ing spring, and birds told their loves in
music It was a la/.y day in sleepy, old
T. E. Carson, a former Salem boy, now
of Baltimore and son of Dr. 'Carson, of |
Koanoke, who was presiding elder of the
Salem Methodist Church from 1871) to
1882, was slinking hands .with friends
The personal property of Mrs Xettie
Chapman sold yesterdayi.it tho"uCreston"
place, brought good prices for cash.J
Mrs. Thomas Mitchel, of West Salem,
left yesterday for a visit to Franklin
Mrs. Dearing, of Bluefield, who has
been visiting the family of 'Daniel Pres- I
ton, left yesterday for a visit to Vinton.
In the county court on Friday,the 18th
instant, a motion ?Vas made for a liquor
license for drug store to he operated by
T. II. Forsythe. In the northwestern
room of the Dnval House, facing on Main
street. The application pro and con was
set for the 2d day of the April term of
the court. The case of Johnson vs. Crane
was continued until the third day of the
next term, peremptorily. Witnesses for
plaintiff recognized to 8d day of April
term. Wednesday, the 21st of April: j.
O. Edwards, Samuel Austin and Rosa
Johnson. On Friday, the 10th, the case
of the commonwealth against C. L.
Adams, it being an appeal case from a
justice of the pence, was continued gener?
ally until the next [term ".of the county
court, (fifth day), and Mr. Adams recog?
nized with W. W. Berkeley its security
in the sum of $."?0. The petition duly
I signed by the voters of the Cave Spring
district praying the judge to order an
election , at which time qualified voters
make vote lor or against the sale of intox?
icating liquors, has been considered to
some extent by the judge and several
wltiesses examined, by which it was as?
certained that sonu of the signers of tlio
said petition were not entitled to that
privilege, under the law. The matter is
still under advisement by the judge.
Outside of a few confirmations of the sale
ami purchase of delinquent lots by the
court, there was nothing of an interest?
ing nature yesterday.
AT THE CHURCHES.
At the Baptist?Dr. Taylor will preach
at 11 a. m., after which the Lord's sup?
per will be celebrated. At night the
Tyree Missionary Society will hold their i
regular monthly song and praise service
with special programme and music
At the Presbyterian?Regular morning
and night service by the pastor, Itev. II.
C. V, Campbell.
At the Lutheran?11 a. m. service with
sermon by Dr. F. V. X. Painter. There
wiil be no night service.
At the Episcopal ? Regular Sunday ser?
vices by the rector, itev. E. H. Hubard.
At the Methodist?As Tar as we have
been able to ascertain, there wii' he reg?
ular services in the Methodist. The west
room in the Allan block has been pre?
pared and will hereafter be used by the
laymen's union for their Sunday and
Thursday evening services instead of the ?
room under the Lutheran Church.
WILL BUILD A SHIP.
Berlin, .March "JO.--The reichstag to?
day by a vote of 245 to 01 adopted the de?
cision of the budget commission to grant
an extra credit for the const i nert ion of
one now Stecl-olad warship.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm ot F. J.
Cheney it Co , doing business in the city
of Toledo. Ccunty and Slate aforesaid,
and that said (inn will pay the sum ol
One Hundred Dollars for each and every
cast of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to lie'ore mo and subscribed in
my nraienee, this (Ith day of December,
A. D., 1896.
?Seal! A. W. OLE A SON*.
Hall's Catarth Cure is taken internal
ly and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
lor testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, t>.
2 ?;" Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
A DARK HORSE.
Major Raker P. Lee the Favorite on the
ES Eastern Shore.
State Sountor George LeCato, who has
been in this cir.y to attend the session of
the commission appointed to look into
the best manlier in which the State might
take care of the epihmtics, called on Col
oael John Hell Bigger, at his oflice, yes?
terday morning. ,
In speaking about the gubernatorial
outlook in this section of the State, Dr.
LeCato mini it ted that Major J. H?ge
Tyler as well as Mr. . Taylor Ellyson had
He added that by far the most popular
candidate at this time was Major Baker
P. Lee, of Hampton, who no doubt would
make a very strong candidate ms a dark
GOOD FOR INDIGESTION.
A glass of Oakland Mineral Water, to
which has been added the juice from Ualf
a lemon, will give greMt relief In cases of
indigestion. Try it. Sold from wagon
at 10 cents per gallon, or'eave your or''er
at Catognl's Salem avenue grocery, and
it will be promptly filled.
FROM CRIPPLE CHEEK.
After the big fire in Cripple Creek I
took a very severe coid and tried man)'
remedies without help, the cold only be?
coming more settled. After using three
small bottles of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, both the cotigii and cold left
me, and in 'his hiu.h altitude it takes a
meritorious cough remedy to do any
good.?(i. B. Henderson, editor Daily
Advertiser. For sale by II. U. Harnes,
"Be Puts up Prescriptions."
To the Virginia and North Carolina Con?
struction Company, plaintiff, vs.
The Roanoke Development and Guar?
antee Company, the Koanoke aud
Southern Railway Company, Koa?
noke Land and Iinproveemnt Com?
pany, Inside Property Company, S.
\V. Jamison, trustee, M. M. Hogers,
Roy O. Smith, trustee, Lucy Haxle
wood, J. D. Watts, T. W. Miller,
trustee, P. B. Gallaher. E. H. Stew?
art. J. B. Trayuham, K. \V. Berry,
T. W. Spindle, trustee, P. M. Wade,
N. P. Fcard. E. T. Kindred. H. G.
Cole, C. Marl-ley, C. P. Grimes, Jos.
I. Doran, trustee, E. G. Maginnls, K.
K. Scott, trustee, H. Ii. Valentine,
Maryland Real Estate Investment
Company, A. C McNamara, W. F.
Winch, treasurer anri trustee, Peo
pie's Perpetual Building und Lotur
Association, R. J. McGran, C.
O'Leary, Mary E Forbs, S. \V. Jam?
ison, Home Building und Convey?
ance Company, defendants.
In the Hustings Court for the City of
TAKE NOTICE:?That pursuant to
decree in the above styled cause,of Mareli
1!). 181)7, I shall on the 2d DAY OF
APRIL, 161)7, at my oliice, room 705
'Oerry building, Roanoke, Va., proceed to
inquire into and make the statements
concerning ttie matters mentioned in the
said decree and thereby referred to me as
one of the commissioners in chancery of
tlie said court
First, to state and settle the account of
T. W. Huske in this cause, and
Second, to inquire into and ascertain
and report what will be a reasonable com?
pensation to be allowed said receiver for
bis special services in the discharge of
his duties as such receiver,
A. BLAIR ANTRIM,
Commissioner in Chancery.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE
improved real estate.?By virtue of a deetl
cf trust, dated 1st October, 1800,nnd duly
recorded in the oliice of the clerk of the
hustings court for"the city of Roanoke,
Va., in deed .book No. 104, page 20?;
whereby A. A. Cannaday 'and wife con?
veyed the real estate .hereinafter referred
to, and more fully described in the said
deed (to which reference is hereby made),
to the undersigned trustees, to secure, a
certain bond or obligation of A A. Can?
naday to the Iron Belt Building and Loan
Association, of Koanoke, Va.: and default
having been made therein, and being di?
rected by the said beneficiary so to do,
the undersigned trustees'will, on Till"KS
DAY, 15th DAY OK APRIL, 1807, at 12
o'cloeic M., proceed to ?eil in front of the
courthouse in Koanoke city, Va., at pub?
lic, auction, to the highest, bidder, a cer?
tain lot of laud, with a desirable dwelling
house and other improvements thereon,
beginning at a point on the east, side of
Bel moil t Boulevard, in the city of Koan?
oke, Va.. ;J0 feet from Sands .street, and
measuring in front on Helmout Boule?
vard 40 feet, and extending buck of that
width 150 feet to an alley; being known
and designated as lot No. 2, of section
No. 32, according to the- man ol Bclmont
Tamil Co's addition to the city of Roan?
TERMS CASH. There is dpe on said
bond $3,438, as of April 8, 1807. '
C A. McKUGIt,
J. R. TERRY,
3 1(? til Trustees.
BY VIRTUE OF Elf 11 IT SEVERAL
deeds of trust dated the 18th day of Fob
I nary, 181)2, and recorded in the clerk's
oliice of the county court of Roanoke
county in deed, book 8, panes 281, 282,
288, 284, 2:ili, 287, 2:58, and 280, in which
Jas. S. Simmons conveyed the several
parcels of land hereinafter described to
F. W. Jamison, in trust to secure to the
Crystal Spring Land Company or a&signs,
the payment of 10 certain negotiable
notes in the sum of $75.00 'etch, with in?
terest, from date, default having been
made in the payment of nil of said notes,
and being requested so todoby the holder
thereof, I shall sell at public unction in
front, of the courthouse in the city of
Roanoke, Va., to the highest bidder, at
1? o'clock M., on WEDNESDAY. APRIL
1-1. 1807, the following parcels of land
lying in the county of Roanoke, Vil., viz:
Lot No. 10, section No. 38.
Lot No. 18, section No. :is.
Lot No. 20, section No. 37.
Lot No. Hi, section No. :!S.
Lot No. 10, section No. .11.
Lot No. 1?, section No. IIS.
Let No. 15, section No. 51.
Lot No. 14, section No. 01.
As shown by the map of the land-- of
tliH Crystal Spring Land Company, for a
full description of which reference is
hereby made to said deeds above referred
S. IV JAMISON.
3 13 til _Trustee.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.?BY nit
vir ol a decree entered by the hustings
court for the city of Roanoke at its Fob
ruarv term, 1^07, the undersigned as com?
missioner appointed by siid decree, will
o.'Ter for sale to the highest bidder at puli
lie auction, in front, of the courthouse,ou
the 1 ITH DAY OF APRIL, I897j at 12
o'clock M., the following described real
estate, together with the unfinished im?
Beginning at a point on the cast side of
Henry street 100 feet south of Spruce
street, thence south 88 degrees HO min?
utes 30 seconds east 140.154 feet to u point,
thence south 0 degrees 57 minutes west
50 feet to a point, thence north 88 degrees
80 minutes 30 seconds west 140.84 to
Henry street, thence with Henry street
north 7 degrees east 50 feet to the begin
TERMS OF SALE: Cash as to the
sum sufficient to pay oft the cost of tills
suit ami side and the past due taxes upon
said premises, as weil as tlio sum of
$094.34 as of December 2, 1807. The re?
mainder of said purchase money to be
upon a credit of one and two yearn fron?
the day of sale, witli interest from that
date. T. W. GOODWIN,
1, S. S. Brocke, clerk of the hustings
court for the city of Roanoke, do certify
thatT. W. Goodwin, commissioner in the
above styled cause, lias executed bond
before nie, with good security, in the
penalty'of $l,500,as provide djiu the decree
above mentioned. S. S. BROOKE,
3 12 td Clerk.
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE
entered in the chancery cause of the Vir?
ginia and North Carolina Construction
Coinpauy vs. Koanoke Development and
Guarantee Company and others, on the
27th day of January, 1807, In the hust?
ings court for the city of Roanoke, Vir?
ginia, the undersigned, as special commis?
sioners appointed by said decree, will, on
MONDAY. THE 12TH DAY OF
APRIL, 1807, at twelve, o'clock M., oder
for sale at public auction to the highest
bidder, in front of the courthouse in the
city of Roanoke, Virginia, the following
real estate situated in said city, as fol?
lows: 1. Lots 1(! to 2d, both inclusive,
section 1, as shown by map ot Roanoke
Development ami Guarantee Company's
property south of Mountain street; each
of the above lots fronting 25 feet on South
street and running back 100 feet to right,
of way line ot Roanoke and Southern
Railway Company. 2. Beginning at a
point on the southwest corner of Moun?
tain street and Wheat street; thence with
Wheat street the following three courses:
South 11 degrees 50 minutes west 205.03
feet to a point: south 18 degrees 45 min?
utes west' 83.0 feet to n point; south 53
degrees52 minutes west 274.55 feet to the
east line of South street, thence along
South street north 5 degrees 30 minutes
west 028.72 feet to the south line of
Mountain street, thence along same 82 de?
grees 52 minutes east 38:1.5 feet to the
beginning, being lots 1 to 38, both Inclu?
sive, section 2 of said map. 3. Lots 23 to
20, both inclusive, section 1 of the same
map. For fuller description reference is
made to dec! book 60, pages 224, 225, 227
and 228 of the clerk's office of tht hust?
ings court, Roanoke city, Va. 4. Lots 1
to 15,both inclusive,-section 1 of the same
map, reference for f?llet description be?
ing made to deed bonk 04. pages Hil) to
178, of the same clerk's office. 5. Begin?
ning at a point on a line parallel to ami
18.8 feet at right angles east of u line
drawn through the water valves, the one
located near the river and the other near
nud north of Spruce street, where said
line is intersected by a line parallel to
and 50 feet at right angles east of the
center line of the Roanoke and Southern
railroad, thence north 20 degrees 3-r> min?
utes east 149.8 feet to a point on Roanoke
river, thence with tlio said river, as it
meanders the following three courses:
South 2 degrees 0 minutes east 305.55
feet: south 22 degrees 30 minutes west
534 51 feet: south 5(1 degrees '43 "minutes
west 212.12 feet, thence on n line parallel
to and 18.8 feet at right angles east of
the above mentioned line drawn through
the water valves.north 15 degrees 24 min?
utes enst 1.112.30 feet to the point of be?
ginning, containing 3.84 acres. (1. Begin
ing at ti point, the same Ixlng'the
northwest corner of Spruce and Wheat
streets, thence with the north side of
Spruce street north 73 degrees ? I minutes
west 225.03 feet to a point on the east
line of the Roanoke and Southern Kail
way Company's right of way, thence with
the said line north 15 degrees '23 minutes
east 140.32 feet to a point on same, thence
leaving said line south 74 degrees 5 min?
utest east 8?. 10 feet to a point on the
west side of Wheat street, thence with
said Wheat street south 21) degrees8 min?
utes east 199.58 feet to the beginning,
containing 21,780 square feet. 7. Begin?
ning at a point, the same being the south
west corner of Wheat and Spruce streets,
the ice witli the south side of Spruce
street north 73 degrees 53 minutes west
201.81 feet to a point- on the 'east Hue of
I the Koanoke and Southern Hallway Com?
pany's right of way. thence with said line
south 15 degrees 23 minutes west 450.47
feet to a point on same, thence south
71 degrees east, 250 02 feet to a
point on the west side of Wheat street,
thence with same north 10 degrees east
450 feet to the beginning, containing
2.070 acres. The above parcels of land
will be offered for sale in the order above
given. No parcel to be sold if that prior
to it shnll realize sufficient to pay the in?
debtedness set forth in the above men?
TERMS OF SALI'.: One-third cash
and the balance in two equnl instalments
at six and twelve months from date ?!'
sale, to be evidenced by interest bearing
ncgotlntlc notes, secured by deed of trust
upon the property sohl, or, at the elect ion
of tin- purchaser, tin whole of the pur?
chase motiev may be paid in cash.
EDWARD W. KOBERTSON,
WM. A. GLASGOW. .IK.,
Spec! tl Commissioners.
I, S. S. Drool e, clerk of the hustings
court, for Koanoke city, Va., certify that
the bond required of the commissioners
under the above decree has been lluiv l*X
rented. S. S. BROOKE. Clerk.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?WHEREAS BY
a certain deed dated November 22. 1802,
rccordmlMn deed book 82, page 290, .1 .1.
Murdoch conveyed a certain lor. '.herein
mentioned to E. 1-'.. Cole, trustee, to .-?.??
cure a certain debt to M. .1. Andrews for
deferred purchase money on the said lot
i or parcel of land.default having been made
in a portion of said debt .and said E. E. Colo
having removed from th.e State of Vir
ginin and having resigned said trust, and
tbe'uuderslgned having been substituted
and'.appointed trustee in Ins stead by an
order of the hustings court of the city of
Koanoke, on March 0. 1*07, and being
requested so to do bv the benefioinry un?
der the said deed, I will, on WEDNES?
DAY, APRIL 7,1*07, at noon, in front, ot
t he courthouse in the city of Koanoke,
Va., sell at public auction to the highest
bidder all of the following described lot
or parcel of land with its appurtenances
lying in the city of Koanoke, Va., and
bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the north Ride
of Dale avenue 40 feet east of Bimmens
street, thence in a northerly direction
parallel with Simmons street 130 reel ti.
an alley, thence in an easterly direction
with said alloy 40 feet to n point, thence
in n southerly direction 130 feet to Dale
avenue, thence in a westerly (111fiction
with Dale avenue 40 feel I i the place of
beginning nud kuowu as lot No. 13 in
section C of Belmont addition to Koan?
oke, Va., being the same property de?
scribed in the first above mentioned deed.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay tho
costs of executing this trust, including a
trustee's commission of legal per cent.,
to pay all past d oo taxes and to pay olf
tin past due notes secured by said deed
amounting to $575.70 With accrued inter?
est amounting to $29.00. a credit as to
the amount of $200, payable $25 per
month the tlrst note being due and pay?
able April 22, 1807,for $25. and one note
of $25 ou the 22d of each succeeding
month until the said $200 is paid; bal?
ance, if nuy, payable in twelve months.
A deposit of $50 will be required from the
GEO. e. MARKIjKY,
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE OF
a deed ol trust dated December 10, 1801,
and recorded in the clerk's oliice of the cor?
poration court for the city of Koanoke,
Va., in deed book 78. page 2:18, from Rob?
ert F. Dolling aud Ida Boiling to the un?
dersigned trustee to secure to Thomas A.
Dolling the payment of the sum of $000,
divided into two notes of $150 each, due
in one and two years from date anil hear?
ing date with said deed, default having
been made in the payment of said notes,
and being required so to do by the bene?
ficiary therein secured, 1 will on MON?
DAY, THE I2T1I DAY OF APRIL, 1807,
at 12 o'clock M, in front of (he courthouse
of the city of Koanoke, offer for sale the
following described lot or parcel of laud
with Imotoveincnts theteon, consisting
of a dwelling house and described as fol?
Beginning at the northeast corner of
Dial tie and Park streets, thence with Park
street north 21 degrees 80 minutes east
85 feet to an alley, thence with said alley
south 75 degrees 10 minutes cast !15 lect
toa point, thence south 2degrees20 min?
utes west 75 feet to Blaino street, tin-nee
with Blnine street north 87 degrees 15
minutes west 50 feet to beginning.
TERMS OF SALE: Teims cash as to
cost of sale and the stun of $000, with in?
terest from date of notes. Balance, If
any, upon a credit of one and two years
secured by deed ol trust upon the prop
erty. WM. LUNSFORD,
3 12 td Trustee.
~~BY VIKTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST
from C. K. Wertss to the undersigned
trustee, dated the 12th day of June, 1801,
and recorded in the clerk's oliice ol the
city of Koanoke, in deed hook 05, page 02,
default, having "been made in the terms
of the same, and having been directed bj
the beneficiary secured in said deed. I
will, on the 84TH DAY OK MARCH,
18117, in front of the courthouse, in the
city of Koanoke, at 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
offer for sale at public auction the follow?
ing described parcel of land with its im?
provements, situated in the city of Koa?
Beginuintr at a point on the east side
of Commerce street 188 feet, south of
Ta/.ewelI street, thence with the line of
D. A. Jones' lot north 8'J degrees 80 min?
utes east 87 feet to a point, thence north
80 degrees 80 minutes east 00 feet to a
point, thence south 4 degrees west. 44 feet
toa point, thence with the line of prop?
erty formerly owned by^H. S. Trout staub
8-1 degrees west 1-18 feet to Commerce
street, thence with latter north 8 de?
grees west 44 feet to the beginning.
TERMS OF SALE?Cash as to the
costs .if'sale and past due taxes upon said
property, as well as the sum of $1,070.00,
being the amount due under said deed oi
trust, and as to the residue jUpon a credit
[ of oue and two years from tlate of sale.
LUC I EN 11. COCKE,
2 24-tds Trustee.
BY VIKTUE OK A DEED OF
t rust executed the 14th day of March,
1801, and recorded in the clerk's oflice of
the county of Koanoke, Va., in deed book
4, page 502, S. W. Jamison conveyed to
11. S. Trout the hereinafter described
parcel of laud, in trust to secure the
Crystal Spring Land Company and ns
signs the payment of the sum of $8,883.33,
evidenced ly two negotiable interest
henrlng notes of $1,006,00 each, payable
in one and two years from March 14.
18111: und default having been made in
the payment ot a portion of snid indebted?
ness and being requested so to do by the
holder of saiil debt, I shall on tlie (ITH
DAY OK APRIL, 1*07. at 12 o'clock M..
in front ol the courthouse in the city of
Koanoke, Va., proceed to sell that parcel
of land lyitt" in the county of Roanoke.
Va., bounded partially by Virginia ave?
nue, Jefferson street and McCInnahnn
Place, and containing aliout three acres
more or less, for a full desert pi tiou of
which reference is hereby made tu said
tleed of trust but there is excluded from
this sale about one acre of the lanil'there
in described, same having been hereto?
fore released from the operation of the
deed above referred to.
II. S. TROUT,
IS 5 td Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST
dated the Hist day of August, IS98, anil
recorded in the clerk's office of the hust
ings court ol the city of Koanoke, Va., in
deed book 80, page 172, in which R. II.
Woodrum and Anna T. Woodrum, his
wife, conveyed to the undersigned the
property hereinafter described, and de?
fault having been made in the payment
of the note secured in .-aid deed.and being
required so to do by the holder thereof, I
shall on FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1807, at 12
M., at the front door of the courthouse in
Koanoke, Va.. sell by public auction tin
lot and appurtenances conveyed by
said deed, described a- follows:
Beginning at a point on the east side of
Wood street and the south side of a ten?
fold alley, .-aid point lieing 00 feet sou til
of Gllmer street, thence witlt south line
<>f said aK-y sou lb 88 degrees east I 10 feel
to a point en a ten foot alley on the west
line of -ami-, thence with the latter south
2 degreeft wes( ?t;.S|'i lect ton point on tin
north side of a 12 foot alley, thence with
same south M degrees 40 minutes :;<? sec
onds west 140.50 feel to a point on the
Cnst siib- of Wood street, thence with
iVood street, north 2 degrees east !'! 21
feet to the beginning.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the
costs of executing\this trust, including
a trustee's commission of two per cent.,
and all past due taxes aud the past due
note of $2,000 with interest thereon from
October 20, 1808, the residue, if any, pay?
able in twelve mouth- from date of sale,
deferred payment tobe secured by deed
of trust on the property.
2 27 td Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas a cer?
tain deed of ti 'lst'wa- executed by SUStlll
F. Wood and William M. Wood, her bus
bund, to George J. Peet, trustee, dated
tho 20th day of June. 1801, and."recorded
in tho clerk's oliice of the ^hustings court
for the city of Uoanpke, Va., in deed
book i'iO, page !, t.> secure the pcrform
attei- of certain conditions and payments
sptc tiled in a certain bond executed by
the Kat(I Susan P. Wood of oven date,
with said deed for the payment of one
thousand dollars ($1,000) to the National
Mutual Building and I a. in Association of
New Yoik, in accordance with their arti?
cles of association; and wliereas. the said
George J. I'eet lias resigned the said
trust,and the judge of the hustings court
for the city ol Koanoke, Y\, at the Feb?
ruary term, 1807, did appoint JuultlH Me
Gehee as trustee iu place and stead of
George I. Peet, after legal notice, as pro?
vided by statute, to all the parties in in?
terest; aud whereas, default has been
made in t e payment and conditions,
mentioned h said liond nnd deed of trust
for more thin three months,and after los?
ing reqitirenno to do by the heneticinry.
the National Mutual Building and Loan
Association of Mew York, I shall, by vir?
tue of said deed, and putsuaut to the
terms thereof, proceed to sell at public
auction to the highest bidder on MON?
DAY. MARCH 29, 1897, at 8 O'CLOCK
P. M , on the premises, all the property
conveyed in said deed, with the improve?
ments thereon, bonuded and described as
follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the north side
of Harrison street one hundred and tifty
(150) feet west of Lee street and running
thence with Harrison street north 88 de?
grees west fifty (50) feet to a point,
thence north 2 degrees east one hundred
and ten (1Kb feet to a point, thence south
88 degrees east fifty (50) fee* to a point,
thence with u line of Evan B. Scott's
south 2 degrees west one hundred and ten
(110) feet to the beginning, containing
five thousand live hundred (5.200) square
feet, more or less, and being the southern
half of lot one hundred and eighty seven
(187:, ward four, as shown by the map
of the Rcnnoke Land and Improvement
TERMS?Cash sufficient to pay all cost
of executing this trust, including n Kom?
mission to the trustee,and to pay oil said
bond with arrearages due thereon,amount?
ing to thirteen hundred and seventy dol?
lars and thirty-lour cents ($1,370.84), as
of February the 25th, 1*07, subject to a
withdrawal value of three hundred and
ninety-seven dollars and ninety three
cents ($81)7.03) on the day of sale, nnd the
balance, if any, in one and two equal in?
stalments, dee In twelve and twenty-f >nr
months, with interest thereon from date,
the purchaser executing negotiable notes
for the deferred payments,and secured by
a deed of trust on the property sold.
0 25-tda Substituted Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST,
dated January 5th, 1802, and recorded
in the clerk's office lit the hustings court
for the city of Koanoke, Ya.. in deed
book No. 71. page 300, executed by C. K.
Wert/, to Clarence M, Clark, whereby
the hereinafter described property was
conveyed in trust to secure Mrs. Lydia.
S. Taylor a certain bond tor $5,000.00,
aud the coupons thereto attached, and
whereas, default having been made iu
the payment of said bond and in the pay?
ment of thr coupons due .Inly 5th, 1890,
and January *5th, 1807, each being lor
tin sum of (150.00, and whereas, the said
Clarence M. Clark having resigned said
tr#st, and the undersigned having been
regularly substituted as trustee in his
place and stead by an order of the hust?
ings court for the city of 'tKoanoke, Va.(
entered on February 5th, 1807, after pro?
per notice to all parties interested iu the
I execution of said t rust, the undersign?
ed having been directed to so do by the
beneficiary in aid deed, will at 12 tn.,
on MONDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF
MARCH, 1807, at this front door of the
courthouse in the city of Koaiioke, Ya.,
sell by public auction to the highest bid?
der the property described us follows:
Beginning at n point on the east side
of Commerce street 20 teet south of the
intersection of Commerce street with
Salem avenue, thence north 82 1 2 de?
grees east 112 feet to a poiut, thence
south 8 1-4 degrees east 25 1-2 feet to a
point, thence south 82 1-2 degrees west
112 feet to Commerce street, thence
with Commerce street-north 8 1-4 de?
grees .vest 25 1-2 feet to the beginning.
TERMS?Cash sufficient to pay the*
costs of executing this trust, all taxes
that may be due and unpaid: the sum
of $5,300.00 with interest on $150.00, II
part thereof.from July 5th, 1800,on $150,
another part thereof [from January 5th.
' 1897, and on $5,009, "the residue thereof
from January 5th, 1*07, till paid: the
residue, if any. payable in two equal an?
nual installments with interest, to be
evidenced by bonds of the purchaser and
secured by a trust deed on the property.
W. 1). WILLIAMSON.
2 21 tds Substituted Trustee.
TRESTLE'S SALE. ?BY YIKTEK
of a deed ol' trust, dated November 5,
18!i">. and recorded in the clerk's office of
the hustings court cf the city of Ronn
; oke. in deed book ICO, page 10, in which
C. Ii Wert/, conveyed to the undersigned
the property hereinafter described, de?
fault having been made in the payment
of the last three notes secured in said
deed, and being required no to do by the
holder thereof i shall on MONDAY,
MARCH32, 1807, at 12 m at the front door
of the courthouse in the city of Koanoke.
Ya.. sell by public auction the lot con?
veyed in Bald deed described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the east side of
Commerce street 289.5 feet north of Sev?
enth avenue ?. w. (or Day street), thence
north 88 decrees 20 minutes east .*7.1 feet
to a point, thence north I degree 1 liiitl
nie ea.-t 89.4 feet to a point, thence south
88 degrees 50 minutes west 02.8 teet to
Commerce street, thence with seme south
7 degrees east 80.9 feet to the beginning
TERMS: Cash suflioient to pay tin
costs of executing this trii-r. including
trustee's commission of 5 per vent, sud
$308.04 with interest on $800 from No?
vember 5, 1898, and on $L10 from Aurll
1st. 1800, and en $1.24 from June 1.
1890. ami on $1 24 from August I.
1890, subject to a credit oi $83.57 as of
November 0. 1S9?.
S. HAMILTON GRAVES,
2 18 til _ Trustee.
; POCAII.ONTAS COAL COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given, That the stock?
holders of the Pocnhontas Coal Company
in general meeting of .the com pah) held
at Koanoke. Virginia, on the 28th day of
January. 1*07. the said company being
out of debt, ordered a reduction of the
capitai stock of the said company to $60,"
iitio, making the oat vntue of the shares
of the capital stock $30.00 per share in?
stead of $100.00 per share, and. in i.'.rty
ing such reduction of the capital stock
into effect, ordered, among other things,
a dividend of $27.50 per share out of the
capital stock ?f the company, payable on
tlu- 4th day of May. 1897, at the office of
the company in 'he city of Koanoke, Yii
ginia, to the shareholders of record on the
28th day of January. 1807. on the produc?
tion anil summier of the certificates of
stock in e\i hange tor new certificate^
allowing the amount of the reduced tap
ital of the conipuiy.
M. c. IAMESON, President
Roanoke, Vn . J;uiu?ry?2Stli( ISS'7.
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