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To Tho Norfolk ami Western Railway Company, a cor|>orstlou, ami Louis-1 vllle. anil Nashville. Railroad Comp*, ny, a corporation, ami All Other] Persons Whom It May Concern: TAKK NUTICK that tho Interstate lt.iiir.uii Company, a (Halitto service rall roail corporation, chartered and doing business under the taws of the Common? wealth of Virginia, and authorized to condemn lunds and other pni|>crtlea, or any interest or estate therein, lor its uses and purpose* will, on the sth day of.lan uary. IU14, that being the fourth iiay of lbe .Isnuarv. 1H14. renn of the Circuit Court of \\ iso County, Virginia, apply to said t'ourt at the Court House of Wise County In the Town of Qlsdcrille, for the appointment of live disinterested freeholders, resident in said county, to aseerlain what will lie- a just compensa? tion for the fee ,?' the strliis or parcels of lsnd hereinafter described, the feo simple estate in which is proposed to bo con denimd by the undersigned Interstate Railroad Company, and whit will hea just oombensattnn for a |. . [ ? ? i; .1 case? ment or right of way over ami across Depot Street, hereinafter described. Tor its uses and piirixwes in constructing, maintaining ami operating an oxlcnaton of its main line track from a point at Its present terminus ?I tin-nest cud of the town of Norton, in Wise County Virgin la, through the said town of Norton to a point at or near the eastern limits of r. lid town of Norton to a connection with what was formerly the railroad of the Wise Terminal Company, which last named railroad is now owned ami being operated by the undersigned company, ami for the l-Mii?? .... of building and maintaining a depot on I'ark Avenue in said town of Norton near what Is known as Depot Street; anil to award damages, it any, re? sulting to the adjacent and other proper? ty of the snid Norfolk A Western Hail way Company, a corporation, and the ?aid Louisville and Nashville ltailro.nl Company, a corporation, or to the prop? erty of any id'ier persons, beyond the pe collar Lentil's that, will accrue to such properties, respectively, from the con? struction, operation, building ami main? tenance of the works of the undersigned; and to ascertain and award damages, if any, to which said Norfolk ?V Western Railway Company or said l.ouisiiillc <V Nashville Itaiiroad Company, or any oth? er person whomsoever, may ho entitled, which may result to them or either or any of them from tho use ami occupation of the streets and alloys of said Town of Norton under and pursuant to a certain franchise granted to said Inteisiale Kail road Company hy the Town of Norton by ordinance dated July nth. Hill The said Strips Or parcels ol land are the same mention,.,I. described and shown in the petition, description, plat of sur? vey, and prolile tiled by the Interstate ltallro.nl Company In the clerk's iillicc Of Wise < ?.unity, Yirgini i, oil the tlth day of December, 1910, In this proceeding, which is styled "Interstate Itailmad Com? pany v. Norfolk A Western Hallway Com? pany and Louisville & Nashville Itaiiroad Company et al ". to w hich petition, de? scription, plat of survey and profile ref? erence is bora made Said snips or par eols of land ami parts of Streets which 1*' tltloncr proposes to use and occupy are situate In the Town of Norton, Wise County, Virginia, and are described as follows: First:?A strip or pan el of laud in Norton, Virginia, beginning at a stake which stands South twenty four degrees Last nine feel from station II plus ;'. 'J of the Interstate Railroad Location through the town of Norton, Virginia, said stake Ising on the Soulh line ol Park Avenue of the said tow n. and 2 12 2s feel Soutli westwardly from a sei slone in the South line of said Park Avenue: thence run? ning with s>.ld line of Park Avenue, North sivty sis degrees Last five hun? dred and forty three and forty seven one hiiu,licdihs feet, crossing the centre line Of said railroad location st lour hundred anil eighty one and three tenths feel to a stake ii blah stands twelve and Iii e tOlllha feet Northwardly from the centre line of said location: thence running oil u curve to the right of seven hundred and twenty nine and three tenths feel radius, a ills lance of one hundred and twenty and live tenths feet loa slake (crossing lbe west line of Depot Street at one hundred ami thirteen feet); thence North eighty nine degrees and twenty live minutes Kost tangent to last mentioned curve, two hiiuilnsl and thirty live feet to a stake oil I a Hue of the Norton Laud and Improve? ment Company's laud; thence with said line. South twenty foul degrees Last twenty seven and tweuty four one hun dredths feel to a slake (crossing li e cen? tre lino of said railroad location at thir? teen and eighty four one hundredth* feet); thence South eighty nine degrees ] mid twenty five minute* West two hun? dred and forty six feet to a slake, at right angles and twelve and live tenths led Irom Station 4; plus U3.li I*. T, ol the centre line of said railroad locaUoUj thence, running on a curve to the left with a seven hundred ami four and three lentils feet radius, a distance of two bunilrcd and eighty seven anil nine lenths feet to a slake which stands twelve and live tenths feet from and at right an gles to Station II plus 71.9 l\0.oftbc cen? tre Hue of said railroad location; t hence Sout'i twenty four degree* L.l-1 eight ami Aye tenths feet to a slake; thence South sixty six degrees West ninety two feet to a stake ; thence South twenty four de? grees Kast sixty feet to a stake, thence South sixty six degrees West one hun? dred and eighty lour feet to a slake, thence North twenty four degrees West sla.y feet to a slake; thence South sixty six degrees West ninety two feet to a stake; thence North twenty lour degrees West twelve feel to the beginning, con? taining seventy live boudredtha t?.'>-luo) of so acre, more or less Second:?A Strip or parcel of land in Norton, Virginia, beginning at Station 51 pill* 71.2 of the interstate Railroad location through the town of Norton. Virginia, said station being on a line of the Norton Lsnd and Improvement Com panya hind. North sixty six degree.- Kssl ono hundred ami lllty seven and three teuths feel from a stake, a corner to said land; thence with saiil line South sixty six degrees West seventy seven and one tenth feet to a stako which stands 20 0 feet from and at right angles to the cen? tre lino of said railroad location, said stake-is also on a radial line, the bearing of which is N. 5 degrees 03 minute* W.; thence running on a curve to the left with a radius of seven hundred and thirty seven aud three tenths feet, Ksstwanlly, starting at right angles from said radial line, a distance of ninety two feet to u stako, which stands S. 13 degrees 3."> min? utes Kast 20.fi feet from Station SI plus 8*7.5 P. T. of said railroad location; thcc.ee North seventy seven degrees and twenty tiro minutes Bast, parallel to and SO A feet from the centre lino of aald railroad location, a distance of dvo hundred and fifty one and live tenth!, feet to a Make which stand* H. 12 degrees llfi minutes K. SO.fi feet from Station 57 phm V,)t P. Q, of aalil railroad location j thence South twelve degrees and thirty live minute K?st four and five tenths f?et to a stake on a radial Hue. Hie bearing of which is X. 13 degrees 85 minutes W.; them e running on a curve to the left with a r? dins ofnlne hundred and eighty and four tenths feet. Kaslwardly, starting at right angles from said radial line, and parallel to the centre lino of aald railroad location a distance of live hundred snd one and i lire** tenths feet to a slake on a line of the Norton I And and Improvement Com? pany's land;thence with said line North sixty bine degrees and fifty seven minu? tes West fifty ?i\ and four lenllis feel to a stake (crossing the centre line of saht railroad location at twenty eight ami two tenths feet), said stake being on a radixl line, tho bearing of which Is N. 31 de green 17 minutes W.. thence, running on a curve to the light with a radius of nine Im ml rid and thirty and four tenths foot, wcstwarilly, starting at right angles fron said radial line, a distance of lour him dred and forty nine and three tenths feel to s slake which stands North twelve ilogreesand thirty fire minutes West twenty five feet from Station 57 |ilus Hit IV I of said railroad location; I hence South twelve degrees and thirty five initi ules Kast seven and five lenllis feed to S stake, (hence South seventy seven dc f;rcc* und twenty live minutes West, par ail?l to and Sevolltti ii anil live tenth, feel from the ceutie line of said railroad location. .i distance) of four hundred and eighty one and three tenths feel stake in a line of the Norton Land anil Improvement Company's land; their with said line, Siuth sixty six degiees West eighty seven and seven tenths feel to the beginning, containing one and three hiindreillhs (1.0:1) acres, more or less Third:?A strip or parcel of land In Norton, Virginia, beginning at a slake on a line of tlie Xortoii Land and Im pruvcmcnl Company's land, w hich stake stands Soulli sixty six degrees Wesl fifty live and four tenths (bet from a corner ol said land, said stake being on a radial lino, the bearing of which is North degrees i:t minutes West; them e runuing | on a curve lo the right with a radius of four hundred ami fitly three and three I lenths feel, weatwardly, starting at right ingles from said laillal line, a distance of one hundred and thirty six and six tenths feet to a slake; thence South thirty lhns.i degrees and toil minutes Kast seven and live tenths feet lo a stake. Which Itaillls N. 88 degrees 10 minutes W. I7.fi feel from Station il plus 10.6ft I*. ?' 61 the | Interstate Itailroad location for a spur track near the coke ovens at Norton Virginia, thence South fltiy six degrees and fifty minutes West, parallel to and seventeen and live tenths feet from sxid I location, a distance of one hundred and | ninety si\ and two tenths feet lo n stake; thence running on a curve to the right | with a radius of three hundred and two and one tenth feet Wcstwardly, a distance of one hundred and seven and eight | lenllis feel to a stake, w hich stands !" 13 degrees lift minutes W. 1T -"? feel fro Station Ml plus SO of the main line of tin Interstate Itailroad location through the low ii of Norton, Virginia, said station | being equal lo Station u plus 00 IV 0, of the said spur track location; thence North seven*.v seven degrees mid twenty five minutes Kast. parallel In mill main Hue. olio hundred feet lo a stake at right angle.s to and seventeen and five lenllis feel from Station 57 plus ltd P, ('. of said in tin Hue location; Ibouec North twelve degrees and thirty flvo minutes West seven and five tenths feet to a Slake( thence running on a curve to the left with a i.idius of nine hundred and thirty ami four lenths feel. Kaslwardly,starting at tie,ht angles from said Li?! above scribed course, a distance ol one hundred | and fifteen ami nine lenths feel lo a stake thence North fifty six degrees and filly minutes Kast ninety five and one lenllis feet to a slake on a radial line the hearing | of which ts N 83 degrees in minute which stake stands S ;;.! dogrces 10 mill- I Utes K 3.i feet from Station :t plus 10.55 P. ('. of said spur track location ; thence running on a curve to the left with ?Hits, of live hundred and three and three tenths feet, Kaslwardly, starling at tight | angles from said radial line, a ?llslan. e of two hundred and three and two tenths feet, lo u slake on a line of the Norton | I .ami and Improvement Companys land; thence with said line North sixty nine degrees and fifty seven minutes West twenty four and three tenths feet to u i stake."corner to-tho Norton l and and | Improvement Company's hind; theuci with a line of the said Norton I And and | Improvement Company's land. South six'tyal.v degrees West fifty five and four] lenihs feel to the bcginuing, containing] four tenths 1110) of an acre, more or le Kourlli:?A strip or parcel of laud ill | Norlou, Virginia, beginning at Station 7 plus 111 ?'?lot the Interstate Itailroad lo? cation through the town of Norton. Vir- [ ginia, said .station being on the east line of Eleventh Street of said town, and | 371.87 feet from the intersection of the Soulli line ol Paik Avenue with the Kast Hue of Kleventh Sired ; thence with I the Kast line of said Street North twenty four degrees West seventeen und twc hundredth* feet to a stake; thence leav? ing said line North thirty seven degrei ami forty six minutes Kast four hundred | and forty one and twenty six huudredtlis feet, running parallel to and fifteen feet from the centre of said location, slake which stands fiftcvii feet and at 1 right angles from Station 3 plus 83.89 I'. T. of said railroad location; thence ruh-| ?ling on a curve with a radius of ;>ss.i feet to the right, tangent to last above described line, a distance of one hundred and twenty one and two tenths feet to .-i slake on the South lino of Park Avenue of said town said stake being situated nine feet from and at right angles to tin. centre line of said railroad location through said Park Ave line; lhcneo with the South line of said Avenue, North sixty six degrees Kast one hundred and sixty six and one tenths feet lo u slake, thence, leaving said Ave? nue. South fifty seven degrees and twenty elghl minutes West eighty four and two tenths feet lo a stake, said slake being on a radial line of .. ten degree curve from the centre line ol'said railroad location, thence running on a curvo with a r.vlius of 058.7 feet 10 the left, parallel to and fifteen feet from the said centre Hue distance of oue hundred and ninety ouo| and three tenths feet lo a stake, which stands fifteen feet from and at right | angles to Ststiou 2 plus 83.38 P. T. said railroad loeatiou; thence, continuing parallel to and fifteen feet from said centre lino South thirty seven degrees snd forty six minutes West four hundred ?ad fifty sercu snd thirty ?ix buudiedthe feet tu a stake ort tho Kast lino of said Klovenih Street; thence with said line North twenty lour degrees West seven teen and two hundredth* feet to thn be? ginning, containing forty four hundred ths (14-100) of an acre, more or less. Fifth:? The center line of said railroad location where it crosses 11th Street be? gins at Station 7 plus 31 til of the Inter? state Itaiiroad location through the loan ot Norton. Virginia, said stake being st the Intersection of the easiern boundary line of KIcventh Street of Norton. Vir? ginia, and situated B71.87 feet from the Southern houmlry lino of t'ark Avenue; thence with the centre line of said rail? road location. South thirty seven degrees and forty six minutes West thirty six and seventy six one hundredth* feet to station 7 pins OH.4 I'. C.: Uienco running on t ten degree curve to the right a distance of thirty feet to a stake in the Western lioundry tine of said Klcvouth Street. Sixth liegiiiniiig at a set "tone on Ihn Southern boundary line of t'ark Avenue, said stone being also on :t lino of the Norfolk und Western Kuilwn) t'ompnny hind, and lieiug situated Southwardly, feet from and at right angles to the centre line of tho Interstate Itaiiroad location through the town of Norton, Virginia: thence running with mid line of I'ark Avenue ami line of said right of way. North sixty six degrees K?st two hundred and seventy seven and thirteen one hun dredtha foot, to a sinke, enwsing the cenlre line of said ruilristil location at Iwohnndred Mid thirty eight und sev? enty twoone hundredth', feet, at sta? tion 15 plus 84.5 of ",Ud raUrood hs-a tioii, thence running on a curve to the left Westwartlly with n radius of 744. ;s fopt, pnmlolfel to and 7 f,s-t from tin.ntre lino of mid location, a dis? tance of 153.8 feet to a stake, which stands feet Northwardly und at right anglestostutioii44plus7t.il 1'. 0. of mid railroad location; thence South I sixty six degrees West, parallel to ami fe -t from centre line of said milrosd j location S54I ISfcct toa stako. thence rniining on a curve to the left, with a radius ol 580 08 foot, parallel to und 7 feet from the centre line of said rail? road local ion.u distant.f 180.411 feet I to a stake on mid southern boundary | line of Purk Avenue, au t land line of mill Norfolk mid Western Hail wuyt thence with mid line N'otth sixty six degrees East 2550.88 feel to the i?: ginning, containing ninety eight linn dredtbs, (0B-t00) of an acre, more or loss. The fCO simple estate is iiro|swt*d to | be condemn.d In snid parcels. I. and I. except that portion of the said I first above described strip or parcel* of I laud whore tho mma crosses Depot stiert, as to which a perpetual inoiit. or right of way. ovoi and acrossI the same is intended to is. taken. That |s>rtion of Kloveuth Street and of Park Avenue which petitioner propoa uso and csvnpy for its roilrood under and pursuant to the franchise aforesaid urn respectively described in the Fifth und Sixth ratnigraps above The said Norfolk .V Western Railway Company und the said Louisville .V Nashville Ituilroud Comixiny own the property iilintting on said streets lying Fast of ] Eleventh Street. South of i'ark Ave ami West of Depot Street, hut the mum s of other abutting owners, or the property they own, if any, or ol other | |s"|-s.ins. if any, whose property may Is dnnutgcil by petitioner's proposed ooeii union und uso of said streets are un? known to petitioner. The -skid hinds ami interests there! Is'illg the same strips or parcels of laud | shown on the "Plat of the survey of the strips or parcels of laud sought to Is- condemned by tin- Interstate Itaiiroad Company inn iiroceodinc In stitiltisl by it against the Norfolk .V j Western Railway Company ami Louis villo & Nnshvlllo Rnilroud Compai at. in the Circuit Court ol Wise Conn ty. Virginia, and profile showing tho | cuts an.I tills, trestle* and bridge which mid plat mid protlta are til. d in I the Clerk's OIIU.f Wise County with tile IKitition in this cans" at the time of tin- institution of tins proceeding. It you have any defense to make this application, you will at the lime und place aforesaid make tie- same known lo the said Court Witness tie- signature of the Inter? state Railroad Company, by A. II. Reeder, its Honend Manager. Il day of Decemlier, 1018 INTERSTATE RAILROAD COMPANY, By A. II Reeder, General Manag Hullitt A- Chalkley, p. .| Notice. To Tho Norton Laud ,V Improvement Company, A l'orpnrutiuu, Norton Codi Company. A Corporation, and I AHOther Poison* Whom It May' Concern. TAKE NOTICE that the Interstate Railroad i 'ompany. a public service cor poratlon, chartered mid iloing bitsiness] under the law* of the Commonwealth I of Virginia, and authorized to condemn | lauds and other properties, or any in? terest or estate therein, for its uses and | purposes, will, on the sth day of Janua? ry, 1014, that being the fourth day ofl the January, lul l, term ol the Circuit I Court of Wise County, Virginia, apply to the mid court at the Court Ileus? of | said obunty, in tin- town of Oladevllle for tin- appointment of live (,*>) disinter est Ml freeholders resident in mid conn ty to ascertain what would !*.? ii just I compenaation for the fee of tin- stripal or poToels of land hereinafter described, the fee simple estate in which is pro? posed to bo condemned by the under signed. Interstate Railroad Company, for its usi-s and purpose* in construct- j ing, maintaining mid operating mi o tension of its main linn track from lKjinr at its present termlnu* ut the West end of the Town of Norton, Wise County. Virginia, through the said town i.f Norton, ton |>oint nt or near the Eastern limit* of the mid town of Norton to n connect ion w i tit whut was formerl) the railroad of the Wise Term? inalCompany, which last named rail? road is now owned and Is-iug operated by the undersigned company; und to award damages, if any, resulting to tho adjacent mid other property of the said Norton Coal Company, a corporation, the mid Norton Land * Improvement Company, a mrptVration, or to the prop? erty of any other isirson. Iie.yond the peculiar benefit* that will accrue to such properties, resjicctivcly, from the construct ion and operation of the work* of tbu undersigned. The mid strips or parcel* of land arc' the mine mentioned. described and shown in the petition, iletwriftion. plat of survey and profile tiled hy the Inter? state Kuilroud Company in the Clerk's Orlics of Wiso Countv, Virginia, on the Otb day of !>???? ml.-.. IBIS, in this pro? ceeding, which is sty led "Interstate Railroad Company v. Norton Lund & Improvement Ooni|?ny, Norton Osxl Ccunjxiny, et tils.." to which petition, description, plat of survey and profile reference is here made; and are situate in or near the town of Norton, Wbto CXranty, Virginia, and uro descrilied as follows: AJ1 those three certain strips or pur eel* of land owmxl tiy the Norton Cool Company, a corporation, und the Nor tui Land ..V Improvement Company, a D jryionition. King and bcimt in or near the town of Norton, in \\ in? County, Virginia, nisi l.mndcl and descrilssl a* f-dlows: First: -Beginning at a stak?-, a corner to tho right of way <>f tho Norfolk & Western Railway: thi-nee running with ? line thereof North twenty four do Krecu West a distance of sixty eight and thrvo one hundoslths feet t? u sinke (crossing the center line of the Inter state Kui1roc.il Location through the town of Norton. Virginiu.ut flfty four and four tenths feet at station M plus 01.71): thence leaving said line of said right of way North eighty nine degrees und twenty flvtj minutes Bast, panilh-l to ami twelve and live tenths feel from He- center line of vild railroad locution, thirty ciglit fts't to a stake at right an gles to and twelve and live tenths feet from station BO plus 37.3 I'.t'.of said rail rand location; thence on u curve to the loft with a i..dins of seven hundred and four and Ihr o tenths feet eastward!)' tangent to tie last described course, parallel to and twelvo nod Hvo tenths feet from tlie tenter of said railroad lo ration, udistarce of one hundred and forty Seven a d eight tenths feet to a slake; Ibonca North twelve degrees and thirty five minutes East, a distance of live feet to a stake thence North seventy seven degri-os and twenty live minutes Boat, parallel to and seventeen ami live tenths fe. t from '"..<? center line of said railroad locattoi. a distant.f sixty nine and live tenths fool to a stake on a lino of the right .,r way ..f said Norfolk ,V Western lull way; thence with said biio South sixty six degtvos West, a dis tanceoflwo hundred and forty four and nine tenths feel to the licgitming (crossing the center lino of said inter? state Itailroad location at station 51 plus 71.2). containing fourteen one bun dr.slths of an aero, more or lcxs. Second: -Beginning at station ft.1 plus |."i ."i of the Interstate Itailroad location through the,town of Norton. Virginia, said station Is ing on the line of the right of way of the Norfolk & Western Railway; thence with said Inn- North sixty nine degrees and fifty seven min Utes West a distance or twenty eight and fifty two one hundredth* feet loa stake, said stake ls-ing twenty five foot from the center line of said railroad lo? cution, measured at right angles there to. thence with a curve to the h fl with a radius of nine hundred and thirty and thirty seven one hundrodths fis t, a tlis tance of forty, nine fool to a stake, said stake ts'iiiK situated twenty five feet from ami at right angles to station At! plus 51 I' T. of said railroad location; thence North fort] six degrees and forty two minutes) Kast a distance of one hundred ami Hints nine feet to a slake, thence North forty three, dogreus ami eighteen minute* West a distance of ten feet to u stake; thence North forty six dogris-s ami forty two minutes Kast a distance of sixty eight and five tenths feet to the middle of 11 Host's River, on a Ii.)f the Cliuchlield Coal < 'or|sirution's land, thence down the middle of mild river with its lucnuderH seventy feet to a stake thirty five fis-t from' the center lino of s.u.i railroad location; (hence h aving said river and line of said coal corporal Ion, South forty six degrees and forty two minutes West a distance of sixty eight and live tenths feet lo a stake, thence North forty three degrees and eighteen minutes West a distance of feu feet to a stake which stands twenty live fis t from ami at right an? gles to the center lino of said railroad loeulioti, thence South forty six degretM ami forty two minutes West parallel to and twenty live feel from said railroad locution, one hundred and ninety nine feel to a stake, said stake liemg situated twenty live feet southwardly and a! right angles to station II! plus fit P, T. of said raiiroud locution; thence on a curve to the rigtit, Wcstwardly. parallel to ami twenty five feet from tho center till" of said railroad location, a distance of twenty three and eight tenths feet to a stake in a line of said right of way: thence with said line North sixty nine degrees and fifty seven minutes West a distance of twenty i ight ami lift)' two ono bumlrdths feet to the beginning, containing forty hundredth* of mi acre, mure or less. Third: -Beginning'at Uslake, a cor ner to the right of way of the Norfolk ,t Western Railway, thence with a line of said right of way. South sixty si, degree* West fifty five and four lenths foot to a slake, crossing a spur track location near the coke ov ens in the Town of Norton, Virginia, at two ami live tenths feet at station I plus 03,5 of -soil spur track location, thence leaving said right of way unit running on u curve to the left. Northeastwardly, with a radius of four hundred and fifty three ami thir? ty four one hundredths feet, a distale of forty four ami four tenths feet lo a stake; thence I iinmnifcoli a curve to the left. Northeastwardly, with a radius of two hundrtsl und eighty seven feet, par allel to ami live and four tenths feet from tho center line of a coke truck of the Nor? ton Coal Company, a distance of one hundred and fifty seven and live tenths feet to a stake; thence South twenty two degrees and fifty five minutes East thirty six and live tenths feet to a stake thence running on a curve to the right Soatliwestwardly with a radius of five hundred ami three and thirty four ban dredtbs feet parallel to and twenty five feet from the center line of said spur truck lucutiou, a distance one hundred and twenty eight and five tenths feel to a stuko on u linn of tho said Norfolk iY Western Railway right of way; thence with said line Nor .h sixty nino degree* and fifty seven minute* West twenty four and three tenths feet to the begin? ning, containing ono hundred and twen? ty four one-thousandths of an ucre, more or less. And-being the same stripi or (Kircels of land shown on the "Plat of the sur-' voy of tho strips or parcels of land sought to be condemned by the Intor sttilo Ruilroad Company in a proceeding instituted by it against tho Norton laud & Improvement Company and tho Nor? ton Coal Company, et als., in the Cir? cuit Court of Wise County, Virginia, 'and lvrcfllr showing the cot* und Ulis, ttMim iMMrUtt''; whlcb suid plat ami protdo are filed in tho dork's office of \\ iso County with the petition, in this raus? at the time of tho institution of this proceeding. It you have any defense to make to this upiriicu? Ion. you will at tho time and place afonsiaid make the same known to the said court. Witness the signature of the Inter? state Itaiiroad Cuuipany. by A. H. Horsi? er, its Qenend ..Manager, this the 9th day of December. 1913. INTERSTATE RAILROAD COMPANY. By A. H. Heeder, (leneral .Manager. Bniiitt A Chalkley, p. q. Notice. To tho Mineral Development Company, a corporation, tho Clinchtleld Cool Corporation, a corporation, and nil other jwrstins whom it may eencern: TAKE NOTICE that the Interstate Railroad t'ompany. a puUie service corporation, chat tens! and doing busi? ness under the laws of the Common wealth of Virginia, and authorized to condemn lands and other properties), or any interest or estate therein, for its ases and purposes, wiU on the sth dav of January, 1911, that l?-ing the fourtli day ..r the January, 1914. Term of the Circuit Court of Wise County, Virginia, apply to the said Court at the Court liOttSU of said County in the town of tiladeville. for the appointment of five |f>) disinterested freeholder*, resident in ?siid county, to ascertain w hat will !?? a just cunipensution for the fee of the strip or parcel ol land hereinafter do sc rillet 1, I he fee simple estate in which is pni|sisisl to Is- condemned by the un? dersigned, Interstate Ituilmiul Com Hin), for it* uses ami purposes in con struct mg. maintaining ami operating an extension of its main line tnick from a point ai its present terminus at the west end of the town of Norton. Wise County, Virginia, through tho said town of Norton, to a |siint at or near the Lastern limits of tho said town of Norton to a connection w ith what was formerly the railroad of the \S'is<> Tor ihinul Company, which hist named rail road is now owned and Is ing operated by the undersigned, Interstate Itailrvsul Couipony: unit to award damages, if any. resulting to the adjacent und othei property of tin- said Mineral Develop inont Company, a con*>ratioii, the said Clinahlield Coal Corporation, a corpora tlon, or to the property of any other person, beyond lbe peculiar twiioHt* that will licdrae to such properties, respectively, from the construction ami operation of the works of the under slgll.sl I'lie -slid strip or parcel of laud is the snmo mentioned, described ami show n in tin- petition, description, plat of sur voy and profile lil.-.l by the Interstate Itailn id i '. iii| anj In the Clerk s Cilice of Wise County, Virginia, on the i'tli da) oi December, HU?, in this preceed big which is sty ltd "Interstate Hail road Company v Mineral Development i 'o- iisuty, i'linchti, id Coal Corporation, el io : io which petition, description, plat ol survny am. profile reference is liere nunle, and is situate in or noui the town of Norton. Wise t'ounty. Virginia, and is described as follows: All that Certain strip or lurcol of land owned by tho Mineral Development Comintny and the Clitlcbfinld Cool Cor potation, Beginning at a stake in tho middle of line-.!-. River at Station ft!) plus 18,n of the Interstate Itaiiroad lo? cution through the town of Norton. Virginia, said stake being on u line of the Norton C?*il Company's land: thence running up sukl river with -aid line North forty three degrees and eighteen minutes VY.-st a distance Of thirty live feet to n stake, thence leav? ing said river and said line North forty six degrees und forty two minutes Kast a distance of tlfty two and nine tenths feet to u stake which stands thirty live foot northwardly and at right angle* to station H3 plus , I I l*, p. of said rail road Kaution; thence running on a curve to the left with a radius of three hundred und twenty four und twenty seven one hundredth* feet, u distance ol seventy one f,-?t to u stake, thence, South tlfty live degrees ami fifty three minutes Kast a distune* of ten feel to a stake which stands twenty live feel from und at right angles to the centre lino ot said railroad location; thence running on a curve to the left North Wiirdly parallel to and twenty Rvo fool from the centre line of sail! railroad Io ration with a radius of three hundred and thirty four and twenty seven one liuiulredt Iis feet It distance of two bun tlrtsl and four ami live tenths font to u stake on a linn of the Norton (.'old 'Company's laud; thence, with said line North sixty seven degrees and thirty minutes hast a distance of nineteen ami 1 Hvo tenths feet to a stake which stands twenty live feet Iroiu mill at right ?.ingles' to the center line Of the t Humor guu Division of tho Interstate Railroad, suid stako lieing on a lino of Die right of way of the -sdd railroad; thence run? ning with soul line South twenty de? grees and forty two minutes Kast paral? lel to and twenty live feet from the centre lino of said railroad, u distance of soventy eight und twenty five one hundredth* fi-et to u stake, said stake Is? ing situated twenty live feet from and at right angles to the centre lino of said Interstate Itaiiroad location through the town of Norton. Virginia; thence running on a curve to tin- right parallel to and twenty live feet from the centre ol snid rai|road locution with a radius of three hundred mid eighty four and twenty seven one, hundredth* feet, vvestwurdly, a distance of one hundred and sixty nine feet to a stake: thence South fifty live degrees and fifty three minutes bust u distance of ten foot to a stako: thence running on a curve to tho right w.stwurdly witli n nidias of three hundred and ninety four and twenty seven one hundredth* feet,parallel to and thirty five feet from tho center lino of said railroad location a distance of eigh? ty six and two tenths feet to it stake which stands thirty live feet from and at i right angle* to Station do plus 71.1 P. 0, of said railroad location; thence South forty .six degrees and forty two minutes Wist a distance of fifty two and nine tenths foot to a stake in tho middle of (iucat* River, on a line of tho Norton Coal Company's land; thenc.i running up said river with said lim- North forty throe degrees and eighteen minutes West a distance of thirty live feet to tie- l.-ginniug. containing forty hun? dredth* of an acre, more or lea*. And lieing tho same strip or parcel of land shown on the "plat of the sur? vey of the strip or imrccl of lund sought to bei condemned by the (i<t?r?<o,te Rail, road Company In a proceeding institn tcd by It ?Kain.it tho Mineral Develop? ment Company, <nincbh>ld Cool Cor J?ratkm. et td. In the Circuit Court of Wise Comity. Vigini?. and profile, showing the cuts lUid nils, trestles and bridge*"': which ?id |>h\t and profile uro Hied in the tHerk"? Oftlcn of Wise Comity with the petition in this canto at the time of the institution of this proceeding. If you have any defense tu make to this application you will at the time and |i!uco aforesaid make the same known to the said Court. Witness the signature of the Inter? state Railroad Company by A. II. R,.sh-r. its (leiienil Manager, this tho llth d.iv of December. ItlliV INTERSTATE RAILROAD COMPANY, By A. II Reeder. Oencral Manager. Hollitt * CbalUey, p, <\. Notice. T? the Norton Coal Company, a corpor? ation. Mineral Development Ctoin |<tny, a corporation, and all other persons whom it may concern: TAKE NOTICE thai the Interstate Railroad Company, a public service cor Duration, chartered ami doing business under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, ami unthori/ed to condemn Lands and other properties, or any inter? est or estate therein, for its uses ami purposes, will on the fib day of.lanuai y. lid I.that Irung the fourth day of the January, I'.'ll. term of the Circuit Court of Wise County. Virginia, apply to the said Court at tho Court lions.- of Ibe said county lit the town of Qlndeville, for the nppolntmont of live !.">) disinterested freeholders resident in said county to ascertain what would I?' a just competumtlon for the f?s> of the Strip Or parcel of land hereinafter de serilssl, the fis- simple estate in which is proposed to is- condemned by the un? dersigned, interstate I taitroml Company, for its uses and mirpose* corwtructlng, maintaining and operating an extension of its main line track from a |?dnt at its present terminus at the West end of tie' Town of Norton. Wise County, Vir? ginia, through the said Town of Norton, to a |?>int at or near the Eastern limits of the said Town of Norton to a connec? tion with what was formerly the rail? road of the Wise Terminal Company, which last named railroad is now owned and being operated by the undersigned Company; ami lo award damages, if any. resulting lo the adjacent ami other property Of the said Norton Coal Com natty, a' corporation, the said Mineral i tevotopiucnt Company, a corporation, or to the propurty of any other person, !?? yontt^tne neculiar bonellts that will ac crue to such properties, respectively, from i he construction and operation ot tbe works of the undersigned The said strip or |sircel of land is the same mentioiusl, descrilied ami shown in the |N'tition, description, plat of sur? vey and profile filed by the Interstate Railroad Company ut the dork's Office of Wise Countv. Virginia, on the Uth day of December, 1013. in this proceed ing, which is styled, "Interstate Railroad Coui|siuy v Norton Coal Com pany. Mineral Development Company et at."; to which petition, description, pint of survey and profile reference is here ?nude: ami is situate in or near the Town of Norton. Wise County, Virginia, and is described as follows: All that certain strip or parcel of land owned by the Norton Coal Company ami the Mineral Development Company, Beginning at a stake on the line of the Cliuclitleld Coal Corporation's land; thence with said line South sivty-scicn degrees und thirty minutes West a dis lance of nineteen und five tenths feet to it stake which stands twenty live fis-t from mid at right angles to ibe center line of the interstate Itailroad location through (he Town of Norton. Virginia: thence running on a curve to the left Northwardly with a radius of three hundred and thirty four and twenty seven hundredth* feet a distance of one hundred and fourteen uml live tenths feet to a sdike which stands twenty live feel from und ut right angles lo the cen? ter line of tin- Wise Terminal or Gla? morgan Division of the Interstate Kail road Couipuny; thence South twenty de? grees und forty two minutes Knsl par? allel to and twenty-five feel from the center til.f said Itailt'oud a distance of one hundred and eleven ami five tenths feel to the liogliuiing; containing fifteen one thousandths ( |)15) ,,f an acre, more And being the same strip or parcel of hind shown on the "plat of the survey of the strip or parcel of Innd sought to lie. condemned by llm Interstate Kail mad Company in" a proceeding Instttn I.si by i( against tho Norton Coal Coin panv. Mineral Development Company, ft id, ill the Circuit Court of Wise County, Virginia, and profile showing the cut* und tills, trestles ami bridges; which said plat und profile are filed in the Clerk's Office of Wise County with the petition in this cause ut the time of the institution of this proceeding. If yon have any defense to make) to this application you will at the time and place aforesaid make (be same known lo the said Court. Witness the signature of tile Inter stale Railroad Company, by A II. Reeder, its Qennral Manager, this the iiih day of December, 1013, interstate railroad company, By A II Reeder. deneral Manager. Bullitt A- Chulklcy. p. <,. MAYO CABELL Attorney at Law, (ntermont lildg. BIO HTONKOAP, va DR. THOMAS F. STALEY, Refractionist. I rcan diseases ol the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Will bo in Appalaohia FIRST KRIDA) in each month until 3 P. M. BRISTOL. TENN.-V. D. F. ORR, BIG STONE GAP. - VA. Office In Polly Building. OtBce Horm? sj to s. D.J I to 5 p. m.