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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
VIRGINIA: In (Ui> Clerk's Office of
Hm Circuit Court or Wise County oil 3rd
.luv .if April. Ittii
Theollject of tlie herelnbolpw ii vl.il
?tilt is sat forth in tlie following notice
And It upi.ea.rlng by tdlidavit Med
ui*conltng to law thai there are. or may
!(.-. person1) interested in the Aibject to
liedi'spo^edof whose names ure unknown,
find that tin) said petition makes such
persons defendants under the general
tl"s.'ri|itton of parties unknown: that Un?
said parties are unknown, und their od-j
dresses are unknown, it is. therefore, j
ordered that the said parties unknown,
us w ell us the parties name.) do appear
within ten days after iluo hublication of
tint older in the Clerk's Oiiiee of our
said Circuit Court, or at the return day
of said notice, and do, what is necessary
to proteet tlieir Interests And it is
further ordered that this order he pnh
li-ln-.l once a week for two successive
weeks in the, Iii? Stone Gap Poalj a
newspaper printed in Wise t'.unity, Vir?
ginia.
It It HUBERTS, Clerk.
In the Circuit Cdjirl of Wise County,
Virginia. In Vacation
Intel itate Railroad Company
v
C. 1.. llolbrook. el al.
TuC. U. Holhrook,.); I, Sulfjddg*. lohn
Mlankenhe.'kler. parties unknown, au.I j
all Other per-ons whom it may . on
TAKE N?TICE: Thiit the Interstate
Railroad t 'onipany. a public service cor
l>orAtion, chartorcdi and doing business
under the laws of tin- Commonwealth of I
V irginia, an.I authoi i.-i-.l to condemn |
lands ami other- pro|?M ties. or any inter
est nr e-iatc therein, for its u-< s ami |
purposes, w ill on He 211th day of April.
1922, apply lo the Circuit Court of Wise
Cuntv. at the Court House in the tow n I
of i Hadovillc, in s.iiil ('onnty. or if Court
be not in session, to I hi) .Indgfl thereof |
at his resilience in tie- tow ii 61 Big Stone
? lap. ijistiid County, for tho api-ohu
intuit of live disinterested freeholders,
resident in said 1 onnty. us Commission
era to ascertain what will lie n just
coiuismsatiiin foi (lie fee slhiple ami
. utile interest of the parcel of laud
hereinafter ilcscrih.il. Die fee simple
.--late in which is sought to he eon
duditiod by llul undersigned for its us"
dnd purposes in constructing, maintain?
ing ami opeiatim; a main line of railroad '
in Wise County, Virginia 6xtoiidih'g|
train the terminus ol its present line
tho town of Norton, down OnesI River I
to the uioiith thereof, lo a coiinls-tion |
w ith the Carolina, Cliht-hltcld ami Ohio
Railway at or near llnngor. in Si
County. Virginia: ami tor the jnir|Kie
constructing, iiiaiiitaining and upl?
ine railroad yards, sidings und other
lacilities for its |>nr|ioses along said hue
in connection therewith, und to it ward |
damages, ii any, resulting to the iidju
iMnt'or other property ol the said 1 m. i
siate Ruilroail Cuinpanv, clnimod by C
I. Holhrook, .1. I. Sulfridge, au.) .lohn I
Mlaukenheekler. and parties unknown, I
or.io,the properly bf tiny other pen*
beyond the iieeiillar iHuiellts that will I
accrue to saiil properties, reijieetivcly, I
from the const met loll and operation of I
the works -.1" the ninlersigiusl
I'he said lot or parcel or laud is the t
suine mentioned, described and shown |
in the petition, de-script ion, pltii of >ui
vey ami profile Hied by the underslgiifsl I
In the ci. rk's Otlli'a of Wise County,
Virginia, on I ho 3rd day of April. Hl/,'. |
in this proceeding, which i- styled "In
terstute Railroad Company v. ~f. I. Hol?
hrook, el al". to which petition, descrip
tion. plat of tiirvev and protile reference
is here made, and is situate in Wise
County. Virginia, near (IliesI River,
ami is described as follows. muiiel\
HEUINNINO at the northwest corner
of the laud herein described, mid corner I
being located with reference to an old |
hlackguiii stump, a corner to the origi?
nal B.C. Ratney tract, more particularly I
as follows: Starting at said old black |
gum stump, n corner to the original H
C Rainay tract thence wiill theline.of
Said true! North seventeen degrees anil
twenty six and one half minutes East |
IN. 17? 26|' E ), a distance of three hnn
dred eight V four ami nine tenths (38-1 It)
teet ton |ioint in the centre line of the
Cranes Nest Extension of the Interstate
Railroad; thence with s-.ii.l centre line
Southeighty-twodegreosand thirty four
minutes East (S 83? IM1 E I, a distance
ot three hundred seven ami one tenth I
130T.1) feel; thence by a curve to tb.
right with a radius of four hundred I
seventy-eight ami three tenths (478.?)|
feet, a distanca of two hundred thirty
one and four tenths (231.4) feet to a |
point: thence leaving sai.l centre line
South twelve degrees and four ininhte.
Kust (S 13? i" E ), a distance of twenty
six (26.0] feet to Hie point of beginning I
liereinahove described; thence from said |
l?jiiit ot beginning North seventy-ae
degrees and fifty-six minutes East
77" .Vi' E.). Ii distance of thirty (II?.0) |
f. et t.. a point; thence South twelve lie
grees and four minutes Ea.it (S. 129 Ol' I
E), a distance of twenty-three [23 0) |
feet ton l-.int: thence South sev
?even degrees und fifty-six minutes \\ est I
l-S. 77" 50' W. I, a distance of thirty (30 ii)
feet to a point; thence North twelve |
degrees and four minutes West (Ni 12?
04 W.). u distance of twenty-three(23 t))|
fe. t lo the point of BEGINNING, coi
taming two hiindredths (0.02) acrei
more or less.
And being the same lot or parcel of I
land shown on "The plat of the survey j
of the parcel of land sought to lie con?
demned b) the Inter stale Ituilroad C.
puny in a proeeeiling Instituted by it I
ug.iins! 0. 1. llolbrook, ut al, in the j
circuit Court of Wise County, Virginia,
with pro?le Showing the cuts, tills, tres?
tles and bridges", which said plat ami!
[trottle are til.il in the Clerk's Oftice of
Wise County, with the petition in this
proceeding, marked "Exhibit C".
If yon nave any defense 16 make to
this application'you will, ui the time
and place aforesaid, make the same
known to the said Court.
WITNESS the signal ore of Hie Inter
stale Railroad Company by II. L. Mil
ler, its 1'rt'sidcut.
INTERSTATE RAILROAD CO.;
By H. 1, Miller. President.
Jno. W Chalkley. p. <j.
\mc.INU MILITARY INSTITUTE, Ln
iDjtou. \?-TI;i. Board <.l Vi?ii..i.i. ?t Ibtlf
Ar.nu?l .v..- a..,- ,,u ii... nil. ,,i ?,.? j,,,,,., w.'.l
kj.ls.u.1 MAI I: ( Alii, is i? i.ll ., in
Iba ni.ii.,1. sit. mil,, mi,, iMi,. jimi, ?...i jmi.
; .?:.-I.1 llulrul?. ?ml lout (4) AT I.MUiK.
I!.ns> fcni-intuii'nls rnrry ft.sj hcar.l ur, I
tuition. A|,|,hr?t*,n. ?I.o.il.l tsr u.I.Ir.?*-i t.,
It. under., ji.rj ?u r.i 1,-lou- Juno I6lh on li.rnn
U*? ?Ol U lent upon n iiurel.
E. IV. KICHOIJJ, Hupt.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
VIRGINIA:?In the Clerk's Offi?
ce cif the Circuit Court of Wise
County, the 3rd day of April, 1922,
The object of the hereinbelow
styled suit is set forth in the fol?
lowing notice:
Anil it appearing by affidavit fil?
ed according to law that there are
or may be perton? interested in the
subjee t mutter to he disposed of
whose names are unknown, and that
said petition makes such persons de?
fendants by the general description
of paities unknown; that the said
parties are unknown and their ad?
dresses are unknown; it Is, therefore,
ordered that the said parties un?
known, as well as the paities named,
do appear within ten days after due
publication of this order in the
Clerk's Office of our said Circuit
Court, or at the return day of said
notice, and do what is necessary to
protect their interests. And it i*
further ordered that this order be
published once a week for two
successive weeks in the Hig Stone
Gap Post, a newspaper printed in
Wise County, Virginia.
It. It. Roberts, Clerk.
In the Circuit Court of Wise
County, In Vacation.
Interstate Railroad Company
1. V Mills, et al.
To I. N. Mills, S. T. UuChannn,
B. B. Kiser. \V. I'. Gibson, F. C. Hen?
richs, W. II. Meadow., W. P. Mc
ColiricTI, II. D. Strbuth, C. E. Beam,
M. II. .In? vis. .1. P. Creech, .lames
Watson, II. N. Beverly, Mrs. Pottic
Jackson. II. c. Jackson, W. E. Cox,
G. W. Martin, E. B. Haker, G. C. Sol
fridge, Ii. II. R?ker, C. II. Johnson,
R. C. IVmlloton, G. I.. King, .1. W.
II.nullius, C eil Kilgore, .1. M. Men
?lows, Sr.. (i. W. Hicks, .1. II. Melvin,
T. C. Ashworth, I>. W. I.vltlo, W. P.
Horm, .I. A. Kelly, W. N. Mcnde, C.
|K. .lorn-'., (!. I.. Hughes, Mrs. M. .1.
Ileaberlin, A. (I. Monis, E. 11. Har?
ris. II. L.Angliti. C. M. Addington,
L; I.. McConnell, I.. .1. McConnell,
.lohn Lane; Ira Mull ins, C. I.. Hol
Ibrook, W. It. Peters, T. II. Frnsier,
.lohn Mills, Veto Vcnelln, R. I'. Dot
son, .1. D. Sowers, II. Towels, .1. M.
Hylton, Walter DOtsoiij S. r David?
son', Annie Johnson^ Robert Skeens,
III M. Blind, Gi II. Long, I.et.-her
Smith. I.ockhurd Hughes, ?'. M. Ash?
worth, P. I. I'erter, John Blnhken
bccklcr, II. 1.. Call, .1. K. Malh.-ws,
Uol.eit Kile..re, J. C. II. May, .1. 1..
Sulfriilgc, Harvey Ramey, C. M..
Wolfe, .1. P. Welch, M. C. Jnekson,
parties unknown, and all other pers
sons it may concern:
TAKE NOTICE: That the Inter?
state Railroad Company, a public
service corporation chartered ami
doing llUSilleSS under tllO laws of the
Commonwealth of Virginia, and
authorized to condom lands and
other properties or any interest or
estate therein for its uses and pur?
poses, will on the 29th dav of April,
I922j apply to the .lodge of the Cir?
cuit Court of Wise County, Virgi?
nia, at the Courthouse in the town
of Gladevlllc, in said county, or if
he he not holding court at his resi?
dence in the town of l?g Stone Cap,
in saiil county, foi the appointment
of five disinterested freeholders
resident in said county as commissio?
ners to ascertain what will he a just
COliipctlSalibii for the fee simple and
entire interest of the parcels of land
hereinafter described, the fee simple
estate in which is sought to be con?
demned by the undersigned for its
uses and purposes for constructing,
maintaining and operating a main
line of railroad in Wise County,
V irginia, extending from the termi?
nus of its present line i:i town of
Norton, down Quest River to the
mouth thereof, to a connection with
the Carolina, Clinehficld and Ohle
Railway at or near Baiigbr in Scott
County, Virginia, and constructing,
maintaining and operating railroad
yards, sidings, and other facilities
for its railroad purposes along its
said proposed line in connection
therewith: and to award damages, if
any, resulting to the adjacent or
oth.-r property of the said I. N. Mills,
S. I'. Buchanan, P.. B. Klsef. W. I>.
Gibson, Fi C. Henrichs, W. II. Mea?
dows, W. P. McConnell, II. D. Strpu
th, C. P. Beam, M. 11. .larvis, J. P.
Creech, .lames Watson, II. N. Bever?
ly, Mrs. Pottle Jackson, M. C. Jack?
son, II. C. Jackson, G. W. Martin, E.
H. Baker, G. C. Sulfridge, I). II. Ba?
ker, C. il. Johnson, l{. C. Pendlcton,
G. L. King, J. W. Houchins, Cecil
Kilgore, .1. M. Meadow, Sr., G. W.
Hicks, .1. Ii. Melvin, T. C. Ash?
worth, D. W. I.vale. W. P. H?rne,
J. A. Kelly, W. N. Mead.-, C. P.
Jones, C. I.. Hughes, Mrs. M. .1. Ilea?
berlin, \\. II. Morris, K. II. Harris, H.
I. . Anglin. C. M. Addington. L. L.
.McConnell, I.. .1. .McConnell, John
I. ane, Ira Mullins-,, C. I.. Holbrook,
W. It. Peters. T. II. Frailer, John
Mills, Veto Venelln, K. 1', Do toon.
J. I). Sowers, II. Powers, J. M. Hvl
ton, Walter Dotson, S.P. Davidson,
Annie Johnson, Robert Skeens, R.
M. Mond, (J. II. Long, l.etcher Smith,
Lockhard Hughes, C. M. Ashworth.
F. I. I'erter, John Blankcnbeckler,
II. I.. Call, .!. K. Mathews, Robert
Kilgore, J. I'. B. May, J. I.. Sul?
fridge. Harv.-y Ramey, C. M. Wolfe,
.1. p. Welch, and parties unknown,
or to the property of any other per?
son, beyond peculiar benefits that
will accrue to said properties res?
pectively from the construction und
operation of the works of the under?
signed.
The said lots or parcels of land
are the same mentloned,described
and shown in the petition, descript?
ion, plat of .survey and profile filed
1 by the undersigned in the Clerk's
Office of Wise County, Virginia,
I on the 3rd day of" April,1922,
in this proceeding which is
styled " Interstate Railroad Com?
pany v. I. N. Mills, et al." to
which petition, description, plat of
survey and profile reference is here
made and are situate in Wise Coun?
ty, Virginia, on Guest River, and
are described as follows, namely:
All those eight certain lots or par?
cels of land situate in Wise County,
V?. on or near Guest River, in the
villages of Maytown and South
Cocburn, being parts of certain pri
NOTICE
vote streets and alleys therein, over
owned or claimed und in which or |
some of which a joint fee simple
interest is owned or claimed by I.
N. Mill*. S. T. Buchanan. E. B. Kis
ser, W. P. Gibson, P. C. Henrich, W.
H. Meadows, W. F. McConnell, H.
D. Strouth, ?.". P. Beam, M. H.. Jar
vis, J. F. Creech, James Watson,
H. N. Beverly, Mrs. Pattie Jackson,
M. C. Jackson, H. C. Jnckson, W. E.
Cox, G. W. Martin. E. B. Baker. 0.
C. Sulfridge, D. II. Baker, C. II.
Johnson,K. C. Pendleton. G. I.. King,
J. W. itouchlns, Cecil Kilgore, J. M.
Meadows. Sr., G. W. Hicks. J. H.
Melvin, T. C. Ashworth, D. W. l.yt
tle, W. F. Home, J. A. Kelly. IV. N.
Meado, C. P. Jones, C. I.. Hughes,
Mrs. M. .1. ileaberiin, A. (.). Morris
E. B. Harris. II. I.. Anglin, C. M.
Addington, I.. I.. McConnell, I.. J.
McConnell,, John Lane, Ira Mulliris,
C. I.. Holbr?ok, W. lt. Pctersj T. il.
Praeter, John Mills. Veto Venella,
It. I'. Dotson, J. D. Sowers, 1). Pow?
ers, .1. M. Ilylton. Walter Dotson,
S.' P. Davidson, Annie Johnson, Hoh?
en Skeehs, U. M. Bond, G. II. Long,
I. etcher Smith, l.ockhard Hughes,
C. M. Ashworth, F. I. Perter, John
Blankenbeckler, 11. L. Call. J. E.
Matthew. Rotor! Kilgore, J. C. B.
May, J. L. Sulfridge, Harvey Barney,
C. M. Wolfe, .1. P. Welch, your pe?
titioner and others, bounded and
described us follows, namely:
105-69: Beginning at n point
where the southernly line of Har
li- Street intersects the centre line
of Guest River, Bald point of inter?
section being located witli refer?
ence to an old black gum Btuimi, a
corner to the original B, C. Barney
tract, more particularly as follows:
Starting at said old black gum
stomp, a corner to the original B. C.
Ramey tract; thence with tin- enst
erlv line of said tract N. 17 degrees
V E., a distance of 2S2.7 feet to
a point in the center line of the
?inest River Extension of the Inter?
state Railroad, as located by it, said
point being Station 192 plus 4-1.8:
thence with he center line of said
railroad s. 08 degrees 36' \V., a dis?
tance of 2060.3 feet ti> a point in the
centre of Guest River; thence up the
river N. 21' degrees 2 1' W., a dis?
tance of 28.6 feet t" the point of
beginning hcroinnbove described;
thence from said point of hegining
Up Guest Itiver N. 2:i degrees 21'
\V.' a distance of 00.6 feel to a
point; thence leaving said river N.
?is degrees 50' Ei, a distance of 27'.'.
I feet lo a point; thence S. 21 de?
grees I' P., a distance of 30 feet to
a point; thence N. 08 degrees 66'
E., a distance of s:t feet to a point
in the westerly line of May Street;
thence S. 21 degrees I' B., a distance
of ltd feet to the southerly line of
Harris Street; thence with souther?
ly line ,,f Harris Street S. 68 degrees
56' yVi, a distance of :l63.ri feet to
the point of beginning, containing
forty-four hundreths (.44) of an
acre, more or less.
106-60: Beginning at Station
176 plus 33.9 of the centre line of
the Guest River Extension of the In?
terstate Railroad, as located by it,
where said line intersects the west?
erly line of May street, said point of
intersection being located with ref?
erence to an old black gum stump, a
coiner to the original B. C. Ramey
tract, more particularly ris follows:
Starting at said old block gum
stump, a coim r to tin original B. C.
Ramey tract; thence with the easter?
ly line of said tract X. 17 degrees '_?'
E., a distance of 2S2.7 feel to a point
in the centre line of the Guest Itiver
Extension of the Interstate Railroad,
the said point being Station 492 phis
44.8; thence with the centre line of
said railroad S. 68 degree.; 38' W., a
distance of 1710.9 feet to the point
of beginning, hcrcinnhnvc described;
thence from said point of beginning
and with the westerly line of May
Street N. 21 degrees !' W., a dis?
tance of 26.2 feet to a point; thence
N. 68 degrees 66' E., a distance of
60 feet to a point in the easterly line
of May Street; thence with
said easterly hue crossing
the centre line of the Guest
River Extension of the Interstate
Railroad at Station 17? plus 93.9 -'s
21 degrees I' E., a distance of 7?.'.'
feet to a point; thence S. 68 degrees
36' \V.j II distance of 30 feet to a
point; thence S. 21 degrees I' E., a
distance of 111 feet to a point; thence
S. 68 degrees 56' W., a distance of
30 feet to a point in the westerly
line of May Street; theme with said
westerly line N. 21 degrees 4' W., n
distance of OS.8 to the point of begin
ing. containing fourteen hundredth*
(.14) of an acre, more or less.
106-61: Beginning at Station 479
plus !>:!.'.I of the centre line of the
Guest River Extension of the inter?
state Railroad as located by it, where
said centre line intersects the west
erly line of North Street, said point
of intrsection being located w ith ref?
erence to an old black gum stump, a
corner to the original B. C. Ramey
tract, more particularly as follows:
Starting at said old black gum stump
a corner to the original B. C. Ra?
mey tract; thence with the easterly
line of said tract X. 17 degree.;
E.. n distance of 282.7 feet to a
point in the centre line of the Guest
River Extension of the Interstate
Railroad, said point being Station
492 plus 44.8; thence with the cen?
tre line of said railroad S. 08 de?
grees 30' W., a distance of 1260.9
feet to the point of beginning, here
inabove described; thence from said
point of hegining with the westerly
line of North Street N. 21 degrees
4' W., a distance of 23.6 feet to u
point; thence N. 08 degrees 66' Ei, a
distance of Oil feet to the easterly
line of North Street; thence with
said line crossing said centre line of
the Guest River Extension of the
Interstate Railroad a! Station 480
plus 53.9 S. 21 degrees 4' E., a dis?
tance of 125 feel to a point; thence
S. OS degre'es 60' W., a distance of
00 feet to a point in the westerly
line of North Street; thence with
the said westerly line N. 21 degrees
4" W., a distance of 101.5 feet to the
point of beginning, containing,
seventeen hnudreths (.17) of an
acre more or less.
106-192: Beginning at Station
484 plus 63.9 of the centre line of th
Guest River Extension of the Inter?
state Railroad, us located by it.
where said centre line intersects the
westerly line of a 30 ft. street j said I
point of intersection being located |
with reference to an old black gum
slump, a corner to the original Ii. C.
Ramey tract, more particularly os
follows: Starting at the said old
black gum stump, a corner of the
original B. C. Ramey tract; thence
w ith the easterly line of said tract N.
17 degrees Vi' E., a distance of 282.
7 feet to a point in the centre line of
the Guest River Extension of the In
terstnte Railroad, said point being st
[tion 492 plus 44.8; thence with the
centre line of said railroad S. OS de?
grees 86" W., a distance 790.9 feet
to the point of beginning , herein
above described; thence from said
point of beginning and with the west?
erly line of said 30 foot street N.
20 degrees lip" YV., n distance of 2 >
.S feet to a point; thence N. OS de?
grees 50' E.j u distance of 30 feet
to the easterly line of said 30 foot
street; thence with the said easterly
line crossing said centre line of the
Guest River Extension of the Inter?
state Railroad at Station 4SI plus
83.9 S. 20 degrees 69" E., a distance
of 126 feet to a point; thence S. OS
degrees 66' W., a distance of 30 feet
to a point in the westerly line of
said 311 fool street; thence will-,
said westerly line N. 20 degrees 69*
YV., a distance of 104.2 feet to the
point of beginning, containing nine
hundroiloths (.09) of an acre, more
or less .
106-63: Beginning at Station
17 plus GS.O of the centre line of the
Cranes N'est Extension of the Inter?
state Railroad, as located by it
where said centre line intersects the
westerly line of King Street, said
point of intersection being located
with reference to an old black gum
stump, a corner to original B. C. Ra?
mey tract, more particularly us fol?
lows: Starling at said old black gum
.tump, a corner to the original 11. C.
Ramey tract; thence with the easter?
ly line of said tract N. 17 degrees
2i'. ' E., a distance of 384.9 feet to
a point in the Cranes Nest Exten?
sion, said point being Station 21 plus
03; thence with the line of said rail?
road N. 82 degrees 34' \\\, a dis
lance of 3.17.1 feet to the point of
beginning, herelnabove described;
thence from said point of beginning
ami with the westerly line of King
Street N. IS degrees 14' E.j a dis
tance of 1 19.6 feet to a point; thence
S. 7K degrees 3 I' E., a distance of
30.3 feet to point in the easterly
line of Kine; Street; thence with said
easterly line crossing said centre line
of the Crane's N'.-st extension of the
Inter: t ateitailroad at Station 17 plus
9'6,i? S. IS degrees 14' W.. a distance
I Pi.'.i feet to a point; thence S. 7
degrees 0' E., a distance of 172.3
feet to a point in the northerly line
of the State Highway; thence
with said northerly line
S. 7S degrees \V., a distance of I I.I
feet to a point; thence by a curve to
the right with a radius of 272.9 feet,
a distance of 10.3 feet to a point in
the westerly line of King Street;
thence with said westerly line N. 7
degrees 0' Vf.; a distance of I SI.3
f. ei to a point; thence N. Is degrees
II' Eij a distance of 30.4 feet to tin
point of beginning', containing
twenty two hundreths (.22) of an
acre, more or less.
105-64: Beginning at Station
21 plus .11 of Hie Crane:- Nest Ex
tension of the Interstate Railroad,
as located by it, where said centre
line intersects the westerly line of
Davis street, said point of intersec?
tion being located with reference to
an old black gum stump, a COrritr to
the original lt. C. Ramey tract
more particularly as follows: Start?
ing at .-.aid old black gum stump, a
corner to tin- original B. C. Ruim-y
tract; thence with the lim- of said
tract N. 17 degrees 26 '-' E., a dis?
tance of 384.9 feet to a point in the
Cranes Nest Extension of the Inter
state Railroad, suid point being Sta?
tion 21 plus 03; thence with the .
tre line of said railroad N. 82 de
grees 34' YV., a distance of 9 feet to
the point of hegining, hereinabove
described; thence from said point of
beginning and with the westerly line
of Davis Street N. 17 degrees 64'
E., a distance of 90.0 feet to a point ;
thence N. SO degrees 27' E., a dis?
tance of 10.s feet to a point; thence
S. 17 degrees 6 1' \V., a distance of
I 16.8 feet to a point; thence X. 80
degrees 27' E., a distance of 10.S
feet to a point in the easterly line
of Davis Street; thence wilh said
easterly line crossing said center line
of the Guest River Extension of
the Interstate Railroad al Station
21 plus 84.6 S. 17 degrees 54* \V.,
a distance of I8S.7 feet lo a point
in the northerly line of Mam Street;
thence with northerly line of State
Highway by u curve to the right
with a radius of 1417.7 feet, a dis
tanceof 2f>.8 feet to a point; thence
S. 82 degrees 19' W., a distance of
7.6 feet to a point in the westerly
line of said Davis Street; thence with
said westerly line N. 17 degrees 64'
IE., a distance of 108.1 feel to the
point of beginning, containing
thirteen hundreths (13) of an acre,
more or less.
105-65: Beginning at Station 2 1
plus 54.7 of the centre line of the
Crones Nest Extension of the Inter?
state Railroad as located by it,
where said centre line intersects the
northerly line of the State Highway,
said point of intersection being lo?
cated with reference to an old black
gum stump, a corner to the origi?
nal B. C. Ramey tract, more par?
ticularly as follows: Starting al
said old black gum stump, a corner
to the original B. C. Ramey tract;
thence with the easterly line of said
j tract N. 17 degrees 20 V E., a dis
tnuce of 384.9 feet t oa point in the!
centre line of the Cranes Nest Ex?
tension of the Interstate Railroad,;
said point being Station 21 pin- 63J
thence S. 82 degrees 3 4' E., along
said centre line, a distance of 291.7
feet to the point of hegining, here
Inabove described; thence from said
point of beginning and wilh the
northerly line of the State High?
way by a curve to the left with a
radius of 867 feet, a distance of 6
feet to a point; thence N. 72 degrees
31' E., a distance of 110.1 feet to a
point; thence S. 82 degrees 84VS' E.,
a distance of 21.4 feet to a point;
thence by u curve to the left with a
radius of 227.3 feet, a distance of
97.7 feet to a point m the southerly
line of the State Highway; thence
with said southerly line crossing
said centre line of the Cranes Nest
Extension <>f the Interstate ituilroad
at Station 26 plus 20.0 S. 72 degrees
3 1' \V? a distance of 230.8 feet;
thence by n curve to the right with a
radius of 807 feet, a distance of
bll,4.2 feet to n point; thence S. 70
'degTces 61 W., a distance of 164.9
feet to u point; thence by a curve
j to the right with a radius MI7.7
feet adistance of <*>2.3 feet to n point
thence S. 82 degrees 10' \V. n
distance of 178.1 feet to a point;
thence by a curve to the left
with a radius of 0 10.1 feet, a dis?
tance of 70.s feet to a point; thence
S. 78 degrees W., a distance of 8.1
feet to a point; thence by a curve to
the right with .-. radius of 302.0 feet,
a distance of 131.1 feet to a point;
thence N. 70 degrees 28' W.? a dis?
tance of 10.2 feet to a poihtj thence
by a curve to the left with a radius
01 658.7 feet, a distance of 152.2
fuel to a point; thence X. 87 degrees
6 Pa' E., a distance of 78.8 feet to
a point: thence by a curve to the
left with a radius of 2,00 feet, a dis?
tance of 07.8 feet to a point; thence
by a curve to the left with a radius
of 5SS.7 feet, a distance of 13 feet
to a p oi n t; thence S. 70 de?
grees 2s' E., a d i s t it n C e of
10.2 feet to a point; thence by
a curve to tile left with a radius of
272.0 feet, a distance of 120.0 feet
to a point; thence X. 78 degrees E.?
a distance of 85 feet to a point
shell, i- by a curve to the right with
a radius of 970.-I feet, a distance of
73.2 feet to a point; thence X. 82 ?le?
gi ees 10' B.. a distance 178.1 feet
to a point; thence by a curve to the
left with a radius ot' 1117.7 feet, a
distance of oi.l feet to, a point;
111, nee X. 70 degrees 51' E., a dis?
tance of 10 1.'.' feet to u point; thence
by a curve to the left with a radius
of Si,7 feet, a distance of In 1.1 feel
to the point of beginning containing
seventy buildrcilths (.701 of an acre,
more or less.
105-00: Iteginning at. Station
26 plu. 59.3 of the cent re line of the
Cues! River Extension of the Inter
slate Railroad, as located by it,
where said centre line intersects the
westerly line of Kisel Street, said
point of intersection being located
with reference to an old black gum
?.tump, a corner to the original II. C.
Ratney tract, more particularly as
follows: Starting at said old black
gum stump, a cornel to the original
It. r. Italuey tract; theme with the
easterly line of said tract X. 17 de
gr. 20'-' E., a distance of ?81.0
feel to a point in the centre line of
tin- Cranes No.1 Extension of the
Interstate R.iih o.id, said point be?
ing Station 21 pills 03; thence with
till! centre line of said .Cranes Nest
Extension S. 83 degrees 3 I' E? 11 dis?
tance of 307.1 feet to a point; said
point being the junction of the
Cranes Nest and Guest River Ex
?. r. iolid of tile Interstate Railroad;
thence with the centre line of the
Guest River Extension ot' the Intel
state Railroad by a curve to the
light with a radius ,,f I7S.3 feet, a
distance of 189.2 feet to the point of
beginning hereinabove described;
Ihelieu 11 oiii suid point of beginning
and with the westerly line of Riser
Street, X. 12 degreed I' U ., a dis
to lice of sT.'.i feet to a point in the
oiitherly line of til State Highway;
thence with said southerly line N.
72 degrees IM' E., a distance of 3d.I
le.l to a point in the easterly lim?
ed' Kilter Street; thence with said
easterly line, crossing the centre line
of the Cilest River Extension of the
Interstate Railroad at Station 27
plus HI 5 S. 12 degrees In' E., a dis
tiinco of 183.5 feet to a point; thence
X. 82 degrees Is' Ei, a distance of
33 feel to a point; thence S. 13 de?
grees 11' B.. a distance of 30.2 feet
jto a pointjtlience S. 82 degree:! IS'
IVi, a distance of ii::.7 feel to a point
in the westerly line of Kisei Street;
thence with said westerly line N. 12
degrees I' W., a distance of 120.3
feet to the point of beginning, con?
taining seventeen hundredth* (.17)
of an acre, more or less.
And being the same lots or par?
cels of land shown on "The IMnt of
the survey of the parcels of land
sought t<i be condemned by the In?
terstate Railroad Company in a pro
uceding instituted by 11 against I. N.
Mills, et til, in the Circuit Court of
.Wise Con my, Virginia, and the pro
1 file .showing cuts, fills, trestles, and
bridges"; which said plat and profile
lore filed in the Clerk' Office of
Wise County, with the petition in
this proceeding, marked "Exhibit
C".
If you have any defence to make
to this application, you will, at the
time and place aforesaid, make the
'
?im? Known to the Judge of the said
Court.
Witness the signature of the In?
terstate Railroad Company by II. I..
Miller, its President.
INTERSTATE RAILROAD CO.
By: H. L. Miller, President.
Jno. W. Chalkley, p. q.
NOTICE!
Pursuant to an ordinance of the Coun
oil of the Town of Ulg Stone Gap, Vir
kHi i passed at a mooting of said Coun?
cil held on the Slat, day of March, 19*}.
notice n hereby i;irtn that an election
will be held on Tueaday, the lKth day of
April, 19?, at the Town Hall In the aa|d
loan of Big Stone liap, between the
In.or-of sunrise and sunset, to ascertain
? hether a majority of the roter? of the
?.aid town are In favor of the Issue of
bonds by the Town to the aiuouut ol Don
hundred Thousand Dollars (fliO.oin 00V
to Ik- dated on tho 1st day of May, 1934,
m<! to heir interest at Ihe rale of not ex?
ceeding Six |s-r cent per annum fnun the
Isl ?! ij- of May, IMS, and lo become duo
on Ihe 1st day of May. IUI}, a sufficient
turn to 1m- levied and collected euch year
to piy the inteie.1t on aald bonds, and to
provide a linking fund for the payment
of same ai maturity a? provided by law.
I he proceeds from the sale of said
bonds are to he used lor the. following
puriKisc*. namely:
Approximately p.r-'.uOO On for the pur?
pose >>r paving and otherwise improving
the Main Street or Roadway through said
town from a point on said Street or
Roadway opposite the depot of the South
em Railway Ooinpanj In said Town lo
the Southern end or the steel bridge aorosa
Powell's River near Ihe depot of tho
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Compa?
ny In sahl town;
Approximately 13,000.00 for the pur?
pose uf putting a concrete tloor In ami
otherwise repairing, rebuilding and Im?
proving the bridge across Powell s River
on Kant Eifth Street;
Approximately f'>,i?XV00 for the pur?
pose of repairing, rebuilding and other
wise Improving the. bridge aero** Powell's
River near ihe depot of thu Louisville *
Nashville Railroad Company In said
town
At such election all persona who are
registered voters in aald town under the
provision* of tho Constitution of the
Slate, qualified t<> vote for members of
the General Assembly of Virginia, and
who at thu time reside within the eorpor
ite limits of said town may vote.
rills the ?.'Ith day "f March, 1903
W I IIORSLBV, Mayor.
W S IIKVKRLKY, Itecorder.
March |!9-l3-(0
ORDER OY PUBLICATION
VllttllNIA:?lu the Clerk.'* ilftice <>f
the Circuit Court of Wise county the 27th
day of March. 19i*.
? iclav is Wrigbl, Plaintiff.
Jefferson Wilght, who also known as
W. I. Wrlglit, Defendant:
IN CHANCERY
1 he olijeet ol this spit is to obtain a di?
vorce "A Vliiauiu Matrlinohii*' upon the
grounds of adultery and desertion.
And ii appear* frou? affidavit on tile in
Mid office that the defendant.'Jefferson
Wright, also known aa;W. J Wright, i?
n..i i resident of Ihe Slate ol Virginia il
is ordered thai he appear here w ithin ten
days ifter due publication of this order
and do what Is necessary tn protect bl.<
Interest lu this suit.
And it is further ordered that a copy
llOTCOt be published once a week for fotir
tuccesalve weeks in the lllg Stone llap
i'osl tllld lhal a copy lie posted at the
front door of the Court Mouse of this
County .nut that a copy he mailed tothe do
fendanl known as W J Wright at Dun?
ham, Ky , last known post?fficc address
A copy?Teste:
It It ROBERTS, Clerk.
Vicars A Vicars, p. ,\ mar.39-13-16
Dr. G.C. ttoneycutt
DENTIST '
Ul? ?TONE '.CAP, VA.
?Otoe in SVlllls Uuildlng ovei Mutua
lirug Storo
II. 10. FOX
Civil and Mining Engineers
HlH Stone (lap. Va. Harlan,Ky
Report* and estimate* on Coal and Tim?
ber I tills. Diirtigu and Plans of Coal aud
( oke Plants, Laud, Railroad aud Mi. ?
K.nglueoriug, Kloctrlu llluo Prluttng
_^- - --in-irn--nr m ni ui <mma in nr iinimrimMn?ttW
I THE
I Norton Ice and Cold Storage
j Corporation |
I ANNOUNCES THE PRICE OF j
I I O EB
? EFFECTIVE \
I APRIL 1st, 1922
? WILL BK
I
I 70c Cash and 60e Coupons
3 Per 100 pounds delivered
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