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Our fine Gentlemen's Tan Bals.
in Vici Kids or Russets will.
V^^tJXJ^SSiuf^U?^
You are a woman and can't
wear a man's shoe; then we
apologize?but we have the best
SI.OO Oxford you ever saw.
You can wear that, and with
comfort, too.
?3
Spot Cash Money-Savers.
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The latest
Novelties in
Hammocks and
Examine our Orange
High Test 5ply Water
Hose before purchasing
Elsewhere.
FAIRFAX BROS.
" Hardware" Hustlers,
9 Jefferson Street.
A LO SAL
Disease
A Climatic
Affeclioo
Nothing but n loril
r<*nu)dy or change of
r'llmnte will enru it
Oot h woll un ?wn
pharmaceutical rem?
edy,
Ely's Cream Balm
It la qulclilv Ab
sorhed. GllVOS Kellet
at once. Openi ?nd
cIcvihc* the Nasal I'jb
sarea.
AHhvf Intlimmstlon. Heal* nml 1'ro'rcts Ilia
Mcinh'r:irio. Heatorea the Mantra of Tf??tc and
Hmell. Full Si/c r> c; TrlalJSlze 10c at HraggtaU
or by mall.
Kl.Y BHOTUKItS, 56 Warren Street. New York.
COLD 'n HEAD
MANUFACTURER?OF
Building, Fire i Paving filled.
Capacity 40,000 Per Day.
YVrlto tor Prlr?>h to
G. R, PIERPONT, Salem; Va.
If yon once u-o it yon will never agnin
lie without it. Pond's Extract ts nature's
own remedy for aches und pains.
DRESSMAKING HINTS.
How to Manngo n Was I:? lki? ? ISastiiis n
Skirt.
In U-istinsr the scams of n skirt or boil -
ire whcro a bias cdgo joins n straight one
ihn bios should never bo stretched in Ulli
least, but should bo allowed its lull value.
Many dressmakers do nut. believe in bind?
ing the tsenins, as they think it adds to the
thickness, preferring to overcast the tu in?
stead. Very thin taffeta ribbon, however,
does not. Increase the bulk perceptibly and
makes the insido of the garment look very
much neater.
There tiro various ways of lining skirts
One way is to baste each breadth of the
outside on I ho corresponding breadth of
lining and sew the portions of the skirt,
together, leaving the seam on the wrong
KKW COLLAR,
side, the seam then to be pressed open and
bound. Another way is to sew the seams
of the outside of the skirt, and sew till the
seams of the lining except the back one,
thus having the lining skirt and the out?
side skirt separate. The seams of both tiro
then pressed open, and the lining skirt, is
applied, seam by seam, to the insido of the
onter skirt, tho hack breadths of the lin?
ing boing joined by lappingono over tin?
other and hemming it. down.
Although skirts have lost nearly all
their rigidity, a narrow band of stiffening
Is still placed around tho foot to hold tho
skirt free of the ankles in walking. Flexi?
ble haircloth of light quality is employed
for this purpose, the hair running parallel
with the foot, of the skirt and the facing
being cut to suit thocurvoof the circum?
ference, Where the haircloth is joined it
should bo lapped flat and n thin, single
strip of sateen included in the stitching to
keep it from slipping.
In order to insure perfect evenness of
the skirt around tho foot, it. should bo
mounted on tho belt and placed upon a
form or upon the person for whom it is in?
tended before the lower edgo is finished,
as tho goods stretch more or less who
the skirt is in its natural position. Tl>"
loot may men do mnmca to tho proper
length.
An illustration is given of n novel und
putty collar?itihardly deserves to bo call?
ed a capo?of gray oloth. It is adorned
With applications of luce. It Is short over
tho shoulders and bos rovers tind a valols
collar, tho whole being edged with bands
if chlnohilla fur. Rosettes of black satin
with long ends trim each side of tho front.
PROSPECTIVE~STYLES.
Laco Striped Lawns and Old Fashioned
lJaregc?An Kvenlng Ilodico.
Among tho many pretty things offered
for spring, or rather summer, wear?for
tho trado is always necessarily beforehand
with the season?lire laco striped llnons.
There aro quantities of llnons, moro or
less now, embroidered mainly, but om
broidory is less of u novelty than theso
stripes of Valenciennes laco apparently
woven in with tho fabric. Tho effect Is
very pretty if ono likes llnons and if ono
con afTord to sit still and look pretty in a
linon gown instead of moving around in
it. Unfortunately everything with flax for
EVENING BODICE,
a foundation grows limp and stringy very
quickly with use. Therefore llnons are
not economical wear. One day's uso im?
pairs their freshness, and what is tho vir?
tue of a summer frock if it Is not. fresh?
Cotton ducks, cheap as they are, tiro pref
omhlo to linen ones on that account. The
cotton ducks may be worn a number of
times and yet retain their roundness and
orlspncss, but tho linen duoks wilt almost
c.t onco.
Tho old fashioned barege is again to bo
In vogue. Truly tho whirligig of time
brings round its revenges and nowhoro
more surely than In matters of fashion.
What is today admired is tomorrow de?
spised and ridiculed, and vice versa. The
new or old bareges tire very pretty?a sort
of Idealized clmlllc?and aro not very ex?
pensive. Taken till around, the summer
Rtylos, judging by the very advanced speci?
mens, are pleasing and of n description
calculated to ho generally becoming.
Today's illustration shows an evening
bodice. Tho gown to which it. belongs is
cut in princess form tit the back, the skirt
forming a pointed corselet In front. Tho
skirt, buck and bolero are of brocho silk
having a pattern in straw and pale blue
on a cream ground. Tho chemisette is of
Straw silk gauze, and the bolero of brocho
silk is fastened with u butterfly knot nt
the breast. A large butterfly knot of brocho
silk forms tho sleeve. .U:inc CUOLLET.
Tlio Original Color of Flower*.
Some scientific papers have endeavor?
ed to show that in tho early nges all
flowers wero yellow, and the various
colors we now hnvti uuvosimply-follow?
ed tho introdnotiou of insects?that
flowers have, in other words, been
made beautiful in order to render them
attractive to insects, to encourage their
visits, so that tho cross fertilization of
tho flowers might bo better effected. As
morphology teaches ns that tho petals
of flowers are nothing but modified,
leaves, says n writer in Median's
Monthly, wo might initlgino that tho
earlier attempts at inflorescence won hi
he green and not yellow.
For Hummer Lounging.
Just, now, with summer on its way,
big, luxurious chairs in rattan begin to
look inviting. Ouo comfortable, cool
looking affair is enameled in gray
green and has cushions of thosomocolor
in china silk attached to it. Other
chairs are painted wood brown, some
aro forest green and some arc red, Tho
cushions are .sometimescovered in denim
anil sometimes in cuol, striped, slippery
Indian grass cloth.
For the summer drawing room spin
tiling chairs tiro pretty and dainty look?
ing, even though they do not seem par?
ticularly useful. Still there's not much
to he saifl in favor of tho little chairs,
even though the various monarchies are
held responsible. They boast choice bits
nf delicate brocade or at times priceless
tapestries, which gives ono a chance to
murmur nu appreciative bit. of tapestry
jargon.?New York Journal.
LEGAL NOTICES.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF REAL ES
Inte in the city of lioanoke, Va. ? In pur?
suance of an order of the board of di?
rector-, of the Lynch burg Perpetual
Building and Lonn Company, made on
April -Ith, 1*117, the undersigned trustees
in a deed of trust executed by .M. 1*'.
Carner and Ida M. Cnrner, his wife,
dated August 19th, 1802, to secure to
the sai l comnany, will on MTEDNES
DAY. MAY 5TII, 1H07, at 11 o'clock a.
in., on the premises, proceed to sell by
way of public auction the following real
estate and appiirtennnccs thereon in the
ci!y of lioanoke, Vu:
Heginning at n point on the north side
of Eighth avenue s. w. (formerly Elm
street) 100 feet east fron? Grove street
(now called Sixth street s. w.) and run?
ning th?nce northward and parallel with
(Trove street 130 feet to an alley, thence
ivlth same eastward 33 1 'i feet to a
point, thence southward BS0 feet to said
Eighth avenue, thence westward with
same S3 1-3 feet to the place of beginning,
together with all the appurtenances to
the said lot belonging
TERMS:?Cash as to $343.61, dues in
arrears, and a sum sufficient to execute
this deed of trust and any taxes due and
unpaid; as to the balance due the said
Lynchbarg Perpetual Building and Loan
Company the purchaser Is to assume
the obligations of M. F. Canter to the
Lynchburg Perpetual Building anil Loan
Company to payjtho sum of $15.1(1 ton the
second Monday'in May, ih'.it, and tin Rum
of Sl?.Ill on the second Monday In each
month for the next'succeeding 811 months,
subject to all the conditions and slipttl.i
I UGaL NOTIUKS.
tioi|s con I uined in the deed of trust and
boull executed by M. F. Garner, August
lStt?, 1802. and if tnero bo ftuy residue it
slialt lie cash.
JAMES R. GTLLIAM,
/ SAMUEL TYHEE,
AY. McC. WAUGH,
Trustees.
3. W. BOSWELL, Auctioneer.
fUUSTEES' SALE OF REAL ES
tatra in tlie city of Hoanoke, Va.?In pur
siunee of an order of tho board of direc
tors of the Lynchburg Perpetual Build?
ing and Loan Company, mado on April
5th, 1SDT, the undersigned trustees in
a deed of trust executed by Wilson Wert/,
and C. A. Wert/., .Ids wife, dated August
5th, 18911. to secure to the said company,
will on WEDNESDAY, MAY 5TH, 1897,
at 10:15 o'clock a. m., ou the premises,
proceed to sell by way of public auction,
certain real estate aud Improvements
thereon, situated in the cityVf Roanoke,
Va, and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the northwest
side of Fishhurne's old line and on the
notth side of the. road leading from the
freight depot at Roanoke, Va., to Capt.
R. B. Moorman's residence, and running
thence north 113*4 degrees east
12 8-10 poles to a point, thence
notth 7-1 1-2 degrees west !)0 leet
to a point, thence south 113-4 degrees
west 81*10 poles to said road, thence
south 481-2 degrees cast 90 feet to the
place of beginning, together with all the
appurtenances thereto la longing.
TERMS:?Cash as to $575.43, dues and
Ones in arrears, aud a s'.im sulHcieut to
execute this deed of trust and any taxes
due and unpaid; as to tho balance due
the said Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company the purchaser is to
assume tho obligations of Wilson Worte
to", the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company to pay the sum of
$14.05 on the second Mcnday in May,
1807, and the sum of $14.03 on the second
Monitay in each month for '.the next
succeeding20 months, subject to all the
conditions and stipulations contained in
the deed of trust and bond executed by
Wilson Werte August 5th, 18?;5, to the
trustees of said company, anil if there lie
any residue it shall be cash.
JAMES R. GILLIAM,
SAMUEL TVREE. ,
WM. McC. WAUGH,
Trustees.
_J. W. BOSWELL, Auctioneer._
TRUSTEE'S AND COMMISSION
crs'Jsale of real estate.?Pursuant to a de?
cree entered in the circuit court of Ronn
ok.i city, Virginia, at its January term.
1807. in the chancery c.iusc of K. W.
!? vkes va The Lynchburg Perpetual
Building and Loan Company et al., the
undersigned trustees, who have also been
appointed by the above mentioned decree
for that purpose, will on Till'. 5111 DAY
OF MAY, 1807, at 10:40o'clock a m.. on
tint day oiler for sale on the premises at
auction to the highest bidder, the follow
in" described parcels of land:
1. Beginning at a point ui the east
side of Ninth street s. w. (formerly Webb
strS'et) 100 feet south of Borer avenue,
thence with Ninth street s. w. south 12
degrees 30 minutes west 50 feet to an al?
ley, thence with said alley south 77 de?
grees '?!<' minutes east 100 feet, to a point,
thcice north 12 degrees 30 minutes cast
50 feet to a point, thence north 77 de?
grees 30 minutes west 100 feet to [ Ninth
streets, w., the place of beginning.
2. Beginning life the southeast corner
of Rorer avenue and Ninth .street s. w.,
thence with Ninth street s. w. south 12
degrees 30 minutes west 100 feet to a
point, thence south 77'degrees 30 minutes
east 50 feet to a point, thence north 17
degrees 30 minutes east 10? feet to Rorer
avenue, thence with Borer 'avenue north
77 degrees 30 minutes west 50 feet to the
place of lieginniuc.
3. Beginning at a point on the south
side of Rorer avenue 300 feet west of
Tayloe street (now called E'ght.h street s.
w.), thence south 12 degrees 30 minutes
west 100 feet to a point, thence north* 12
degrees30 minutes west 50 feet, to a
point, theuce north 12 degrees 30 min?
utes easr 100 feet, to Borer avenue, thence
with Korer avenue south "7 degrees 30
minutes east 50 feet, to the t place. <>f be?
ginning
On the first named of the abov e lots
there is a "store house, and a'dwelling
house on each of the other lots. These
lots will he sold'on the following term-,
to'wit: For cash suflleienii to pay defend?
ant's costs in the above mentioned suit,
and .-Osts of sah', including costs of
a foriier advertisement; the debt due to
the l ynchburg Perpetual Building and
Loan Company on day of sale, which is
$1,311.27, and as to the residue of said
debt >t will be made payable in monthly
Instilments without interest, eleven of
whici will be in the sum ot $50.07, the
first >f which will lie payable on the sec?
ond "Monday in June, J1897, 'and .'the
othets on the second Monday of each suc
cu di ig month, the next, seven of which
will be payable in the sum of $33.38, the
(list of which will be payable on the sec?
ond Monday of May, 1808, and the others
on tit- second Monday of each succeeding
moot i.'nnd'the*remaining"scven payments
will le payable in the sum of $8.35, the
first one of which will become payable on
the icccnd Monday of January, \*'M,
and the others on the second Monday of
each succeeding month until all are paid.
Should the different parcels of 'and he
Ixmgit by different peisons thejciish pay*
menti anil the deferred payments will be
apportioned between the buyers nctord'
in? ti the prices pnid",for'.the*diffcrent lot--.
Should there, be any residue the Silin?
shall',tic paid Iii two equal annual instal?
ments witli interest from day of sale.
The purchaser will execute negotiable
notes for all deferred payments, and the
title to the land will be retained until all
tin- purchase money is paid.
SAMUEi. TV BEE,
JAS. It. GILLIAM,
Trustees and Commissioners.
.1. w. BOSWELL, Auctioneer.
I hereby certify that the above com?
missioners have executed tin- bond re?
quired by the decree in the above Styled
cause, with security to the clerk of this
court.
S. S. BROOKE,
Clerk circuit court of Roanoke.
TK IS TEES' SALE OF REAL Ei?
tsteht the city of Hoanoke, Va.?In pur
suance of an order of the board "of direc- J
tors of the Lynchburg Perpetual Build
lag and Loan Company, made on April
5th, !s?7, the undersigned trustees in a
deed of trust executed by E. S. McNnmec j
and A. V. McNamei . his wile, .1. !> Mc- I
Nan ce and Mattie S., his wife, Geo, T.
McNamee and Luden McNamee, dated
I August 28th. 1890, to secure to the said
company, will, on WEDNESDAY. MAY
5TB, 1897, at 10 o'clock a iw.. on the
premises, proceed to sell by way of public
auction certain leal estate in the t it., of
Hoanoke, Va., ami described as follows
Beginning at a point on the north Bide
of GlImor street 50 feet east from Fourth
street n. w.. anil running *h*~ce '??> a
northerly direction 180 feet ot an alley.
[ thence along same eastward 50 feet to a
I.KUAI. MIHCKS.
point, thence southward 130 feet"to said
(Himer street, nud thence westerly along
same -lO feet to place of beginning, to?
gether with its appurtenances, it being
the same land couveyed to said parties by
deed from D. C. Moomttwand wife, dated
March 30th, 1889, and of record in the
cleik's olliee for the hustings court for
Roanoke, Vs., deed book 22, page 200,
and also known as lot Xo. 10, section 9,
according to map of Hogers, Fairfax
und Houston addition to said city.
TERMS:?Cash as to $401.41, dues in
arrears, and n sum sufficient Jo execute
this deed of trust, and any taxes dne and
unpaid; as to the balance due the said
Lynchburg Perpetual Huilding and Loan
Company the purchaser is to assume
the obligations ol K. S. McXamee, J. 1).
McXamee, Geo. T. McXamee and Lueien
McXamee to pay the sum of $1(5 B0 on
the second Monday iu May, 18i)7, and the
sum of $16.00.on the second Monday in
each month for tho next succeeding 3
mouths, subject to all the conditions
and stipulations contained in the deetl o(
trust and bond executed by K. b>. Mc?
Xamee, J. D. McXamee. Ceo. T. Mc?
Xamee and Luden McXamee, August
28th, 1800, to the trustees of said com?
pany, and if there be any residue it shall
be cash.
JAMES H. GTLLIAM,
SAMUEL TYREE,
.1. L. THOMPSON,
Trustees.
.1. \V. BOSWELL, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF Y A LI" AHLE
Improved property.?By virtue ol n deed
uf tru>t dated the 30th day of November,
1802, from JeauW. Mndtlock, a widow, to
the undersigned to secure to ('. O'Leary
or assigns the payment of $2,510.58, and
default having occurred in the payment
thereof and being so requested by Fidelity
Loan and Trust Company,the assignee of
('. O'Lenrv, so to do, I will on SATUR?
DAY, THE 15TH DAY OF MAY. 1807,
at 13 o'clock M.. in trout of the court?
house in tho'clty of Rounoke, Y.i., proceed
to -ell tit public auction to the highest,
bidder, till that certain parcel of lanil
lying in Bald city and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the east line of
T.ee street 100 feet south of Wells street,
thence south 87 degrees 5 minutes east
along lot Xo. 12, 200 feet to a point at
lot 14, thence along same south 2 degrees
10 minutes west 100 feet to lot. !l, thence
along same north 87 degrees -l"> minutes
west 200 feet to Lee street, thence along
Bttmc north 2 degrees l? minutes east 100
feet, to place of beginning, .being lots 10
and 11, Ward 4, accordlag to the map of
btoanoko Land Improvement Company,
together with the buildings thereon.
TERMS: Cash as to enough to pay the
cost of executing this trust and to pay
said sum of $2,310.58, with interest from
November 80, 1802, and the residue, if
tiny, shall be payable in two equal annual
installments with interest from day of
sale ar.d secured by deed of trust on said
land. THOS. W. MILLER,
?I 15 ttl Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?ON THE 17TJI
DAY OF MAY, 1807. at 10 o'clock a. in.,
I will offer for sale at public auction on the
premises the following property in the
city of Roanoke, Ya.:
Designated on the map of lots of the
Roanoke Limit and Improvement Com?
pany as lot X'o. 348, Fourth ward, unit
bounded as follows: Beginning at a
point on the north side of Crcgory street
350 feet east of Monroe street, thence
north 2 degrees cast 200 feet to Mudlson
street, thence south 88 degrees east ?0
feet to ti point, thence south 2 degrees
west 200 feet to Crcgory street, thence
with latter north 88 degrees west 60 feet
to the beginning, containing 10,000 square
feet more or less.
The above stile is made under :i dee?' of
trust Irom Thos. Stanflold and Mary E.,
his wife, dated the first day of February,
1802, und recorded in deed book 72, page
281, default having been made in the
bond therein secured for more than three
months.
The above sale will be made by the un?
dersigned, who was substituted as trus?
tee in the place of John C. Ten Eyck by
an order of the hustings court, ol Roanoke,
Ytt.. entered tu its April term, 1S07.
TERMS OF SALE.?Cash. Amount
due under too above deed of t rut t $2(1(1.13,
as of Anrll 13th, 1807.
T.W. GOODWIN.
?1 17 id _ Substituted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?ON TUM I7TII
DAY OF MAY. 1807, at 10:10 o'clock a.
in., I will offer for sale at public auction
on the premises the following property in
the city of Roanoke, Va.:
Beginning til the northwest corner of I
lot Xo. -1 on the south side of Chestnut
street, and with said street, north SI de?
grees 20 minutes wist, 50 feet to corner of
lot Xo. ft, and with said lot south 5 de?
grees 40 minutes west 100 faet to an al?
ley, and wiih said alley south 8-1 degrees
20 minutes east 50 feet to corner of lot
Xo. -1, and with said lot north .r> degrees
?|U minutes Kill feet to the beginning.
Being lot Xo. ?, section 8, map of Trout
and Jamison North Side addition to the
city of Roanoke, Va.
The above sale is made under a deed of
trust from .Tames Graves and [da, his
wife, dated the 20tli day of April, 1803,
and recorded in deed book87, page 80. de?
fault having been milde iu the bond I herein
secured for more than three mouths.
The above sale will be made by the un?
dersigned, who was .-?bstitotcd as trus?
tee in the place of John C. Ten Eyck by
an order of tue hustings court of lioan?
oke. Va.. entered at its April term, I ??7.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Amount
due under the .above deed of tt list $507.80,
its of April I3tli, 1*07.
T. W. Gl ?< ID WIN,
I 17 td Substituted Trusted.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?< IN THE 17TI1
DAY OF MAY, 1SP7. at 10:30 o'clock
a. in.. I will oiler for -ale at public i ac?
tion on the premises the following prop?
erty in the city ol Roanoke. Va.:
The east, half of lot N'o. 4. block forty
live, Hogers, Fairfax and Houston addi?
tion :<> Roauoke, \ a.
The above side is made under a deed of
trust from D. F. Whltlock and Virginia,
his wife, dated the first day of Septem
her, 1802, and recorded in deed book, 82,
page 74, default having been made in the
bond therein secured for more than three
mouths.
The above sale will be made by the un?
dersigned, who was substituted as trus?
tee in the place of .lohn C. Ten Eyck by
an order of the hustings court ot Roan?
oke, Va., entered at its April term, 1807.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Amount
due tinker the above deed ot trust ?<!,
161.00, as of April 18, 1897.
T. W. li< lODYVIN.
I 17 td Substituted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?ON THE I7TH
DAY OF MAY, l*!';. tit 10:33 o'clock
a. in., I will offer for sale at public aUc
tion on the premise., the following prop
erty in the city of Roanoke. Vu.:
The west half of lot Xo. 1. block forty
live. Rogers. Fairfax and Houston nddl
tion to Roanoke, Ya.
JLliGAI. ISOTItlKS
The above sale Is matlo under a deed of
trust, rrom D. F Whitlock and Yiigiuin,
his wife, dated the 1st day of September,
1892, and recorded in deed I>ook 82, page
78, default having been made in the bond
therein secured, for more than three
months.
The above side will bo made by tin* un?
dersigned, who wus substituted as trus?
tee In the place of John C. Ten F.yck by
an order of the hustings court of hoan?
oke. Va.. entered at its April teini, 1897.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Amount
due under the above deed of trust $1,
401.83, as of April 13, 1897.
T. W. GOODWIN.
4 17 td Substituted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF DESIRABLE
vacant lot.?By virtue of a deed of trust
dated the 1st day of July, 1890, from W.
J. and L. Blair, Jr., to tho undersigueil to
secure to Jean W. Maddock or assigns
tho payment of two notes of $1,160.60,
each with interest from date, payable in
one and two years respectively after date,
and default having occurred in tlie pay?
ment of last mentioned note and being so
requested by? Fidelity Loan and Trust
Ccnipanv, the assignee of Jean W. Mad
dock, I will, on SATURDAY, THE 1BTH
DAY OF MAY, 1897, at 12:15 p. m,, in
front of the courthouse in the city of
Hoanoke, Va., proceed to sell at public
auction to the highest, bidder all that
parcel of land lying in said city and de?
scribed as follows:
Beginning nt a point on the east side of
Rcanoko street 150 feet north ot Waluut
street, thence with Hoanoke street north
7 degrees 15 minutes east 50 feet to a
point, th'-nce south85degrees -15 minutes
east 170 feet to an alley, thence with said
alley south 7 degrees 15 minutes west 51)
feet to a point, thence north S.'l degree! 15
minutes we.;t 170 feet to place of begin?
ning,
TERMS: Cash as toenougli to pay said
sum of $1,100.06 and interest and the cost
of executing this trust, and the balance,if
rnv, shall be payable iu two equal annual
Installments with interest from day of
sale and to be secured by a deed of trust
on said land. THOS. W. MILLEH,
?I 15 td Trustee.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE?BY VIK
tne of a decree of the circuit court ot"
Hoanoke. Virginia, entered on the sec?
ond day of February, 1807, in the chan?
cery cause of duo. 1*. Hudson vs. The
Life Insurance Company of Virginia, the
undersigned suecinl commissioner ap?
pointed by said decree will sell at public
auction to tho highest bidder at the front,
door of the courthouse at 12 o'clock in,
of MONDAY, THE 3RD DAY OF MAY.
1S97, the following described real estate:
First. Beginning at. a point on the
southeast, corner of Brooke and Walker
streets, and running in an easterly iliree
tion along the south side o( Walker
street 78.7 feet to corner of Common?
wealth avenue, thence in a southwesterly
direction along Commonwealth avenue
about 21 feet, thence in a westerly direc?
tion about. 75 leet to a point on Brooke
street, thence in a northerly direction 20
feet to the place of beginning.
Second. Beginning at a point 50 feet
from the southwest corner of Walker and
Brooke streets, and running along the
south side of Walker street iu a westerly
direction'20 feet to a point, thence in a
southerly direction 100 feet parallel with
Brooke street to a point, thence iu no
easterly direction 20 feet to a point,
thence iu a northerly direction 100 feet
to the beginning.
Third. Boginning at a point 70 feet
from the southwest corner of Walker
aud Brooke streets, and running along the
south side ot Walker steeet in a westerly
direction 20 feet to a point, thence in a
southerly direction 100 feet parallel with
Brooke street to a point, thence in an
easterly direction 20 teet to a point,
thence in a northerly direction 100 feet to
the place of beginning.
Four. Beginning at a point on the
qast side of Brooke st.ieet 20 feet south of
Walker street and running in an easterly
direction about 75 feet parallel with
Walker street to a point on Common'
wealth avenue, thence in a southerly di?
rection along Commonwealth avenue
about 2s feet to a point, thence iu a west?
erly direction about 05 feet, to a point Oil
Brooke street, thence in a northerly di?
rection 25 teet to the place of beginning.
TERMS OE SALE:?Cash as to tin
costs ol this sale, an approximate esti?
mate of which will be given nt the sale,
anil taxes, which are about $31.61 on
each lot, ami the sum ol $100 with in?
terest from the 80th day of April, 1801.
on ?ach lot, and the balance payable in
one ami two years, evidenced by Interest
bearing bonds of the purchaser. Title to
pro pert y retained until all of the purchase
money is paid ami deed ordered by the
court.
PEKCY MOIR,
Special Commissioner.
I. S. S. Brook?', clerk of the circuit
court for tlie city ot Hoanoke. do certify
that, the bond has been given by the com?
missioner as required by the decree in
the chancery cause of J. 1'. Hudson vs.
Tin' Life Insurance Company of Virginia.
Given under niv hand this 1st day of
April, 1SP7. S. S. BROOKE,
-I.2-U1. Clerk.
THUSTEE'F SALE?BY VIRTUE
o' a deed of trust excuted to the under?
signed by .1. P. Coon and Nina M. Coon,
his wife, and .1. W. Coon and S. (i. Coon,
his wife, dated the 21st. day of August,
1890, and recorded in the clerk's ofllce ot
the hustings court of RoanokO city, Vir?
ginia, in deed book 103, page 480, to se?
cure to 1). S. II end rick the payment of
the sumpt seven hundred dollars, with
interest thereon from the 21st dnyof Au?
gust, 189V, and default having licoh made
in the payment of $1150 with Interest from
the 2lst day of August, 1896, a
part thereof, and being requested so
to do by the beueliciary, I will on WED?
NESDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF MAY.
1897. AT 12 O'CLOCK M.. at the front
door of tin- court house of Hoanoke city,
Virginia, mnko sale at public auction to
the highest bidder the following lot or
parcel of land, together with all the tip:
purtennnces thereto belonging, situated
in tho city of Hoanoke, Virginia,
bounded and described as follows: lie
ginning at a point on the south side of
Karnest avenue 25 feet west from Welch
street, thence with Earnest avenue north
7s (h grees west 25 feet to a point, theme
SOUtll 12 degrees west 122 4-10 feel to ait
alley, thence with said alley south SI
degrees east 25 feet to a point on same,
thence north 12 degrees east. 12b feet
more or less to Earnest avenue, to the
place of beginning.
TERMS:--Cash Bufllcient to pay the
costs of executing this trust and the
sum of $850 with interest Irom 21st of
August, 1896, $350on the 2l-t of August,
IS!>7, and the balance in two equal In?
stalments, payable respectively in one
and two years from date of sale, credit
instalments to he evidenced by the notes
of tho puichaser and secured by a deed
of trust on the property.
R. RANDOLPH HICKS,
: 11 td. Trustee.

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