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Stronger A11 The Time Has ,he Most compiete Outfit For Any Kind of PRINTING In Bluefield. We Strive to • Please Our Patrons! ! Satisfaction Will B? Guaranteed In Every Instance! Your Order For Job Printing Solicited! . . Office . . land Street, Next to Post Office, ORDER PUBLICATION W'lv’.r VITUiNIA At Rules lie 1 cl in !e k s ofl.i • of the Cir cuit (’(Mill of I If l’d l;l*> of M.-r o r on the : sth da. of Jami.ir.., itiii?. Henrj .1. Tnhor, et nl, Plaintiff. Against fn Clmneery. Hugh J. Dudley, et nl. Defendant. The object of this i- lit is to attach and subject to sale certain real es tate mentioned and described in the bill, being tlic interest of the de fendant Hugh .1. Dudlej therein, for the payment of a debt due the com plaint iffs by the said defendant Hugh J. Dudley for the buio of $.r>48.90, with Intel est thereon from the 26th day of August lS;i.'5, until paid, and costs of the Circuit Court of j Tazewell County. Virginia, and the, costs of tills suit, etc, and for gen- j era! relief. And it appearing from an affidavit j made and filed wl;h iho papers in tills cause t it t!. defendants Hugh .1. Dudley, .1 it. Dudley, Ma riah L. Dudley, Walter Dudley. Em ily Huckland. ,f. J. Hnckland, C. E. i Huckland, and M. If. Sarver. and C E. Huckland, Administrator of VV. J. Huckland. deceased, are non residents of the State of \\rc%* Vir ginia. it is therefore. on motion of the plaintiff, by counsel, ordered that said d fendant* d<i app*Mr at the Clerk’s office of the Circuit! Court of Mercer County within one month after tin date of the first publication of this order and do what may lie necessary to protect their Interest In this suit. Attest: W. 15 HON A K HR, Clerk Sexton Ar Roberts, p Q. sri M, !V \( r IV, “I III-; ('LIXHM/\X.M TRUSTEES SALE. Hy virtue of tlie authority vested In the undersigned, by a deed of i rust executed by Ardnlia Ratcliff and R. F. Ratcllffe, her husband, dated th<> 13th day of April. 1904, Ht'KXK l\ “TI1K CI.ANSM \ \.» and recorded in the offlco of iho ( lerk of tIio County Court of Mercor County, in 1 rust deed book No. 11, l'»Ke 21, etc., to secure unto E. E. Carter and J. M. Echols the payment of certain notes therein dost rlbed and default having been made in the payment of said notes, when, ac cording to their tenor and effect the same became due and payable, and being required so to do by the said E. E. Carter and J. M. Echols, I will, on the 15th DAY OF FEBRUARY 1107. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the front door of the law office of Harold A Rltz. in the city of nine field. Mercer County, West Virgt. a proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, the following real estate, towlt: A certain lot or parcel of land sit uated oil tho South side of Summit street, In Bluefleld, Mercer County West Virginia, bounded and describ ed as follows: BEGINNING at a stake at the S. E. corner of lot No “. of the E. S. Carter and J. M. Echols plat; thence N. 16 deg. 15 min. W. 187.5 feet to a stake on tho south hue of Summit street; thence 1.58 deg. 50 min. E. with the south line of said Summit street, 4 0 feet to a stake; thence S. 1C dog. 15 min. E. 187.5 feet to a stake on the north lino of a fifteen (15) feet wide al ley; thence with tho north lino of said alley, S. 58 deg. GO min. \V. 10 feet to the beginning, and being known 4s Lot No. 1, of tho salJ Carter ud Echols Plat. TERMS OF SALE. Cash in hand on day of sale. G. W. LAZENUY, Trustee. A garden composed entirely of hints bearing blue flowers has been »:.,d out on the estate of Sir Elliott Lees of Dorchester in England. Who throws a stone at the sky may have it fail on his head. Italian. “I DKMAM) Alt SOU TH Kyi AlilTV." 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