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"Trustee's Sale of Valuable Real Estate [of John H. Finley]" Notice.

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Postmaster S. G. Alle [illegible] to [illegible] Trustee"s Sale Of Valuable Real Estate About 4 Miles North of Strasburg, Near and West of M.M. Orndorff's Store, Formerly Known as Oranda P.O., Davis District, Shenandoah Co., Va. Pursuant to a deed of trust, bearing date on the 21st day of June, 1922, executed by John H. Finley and Laura V. Finley, his daughter, recorded June 26, 1922, in Liber No. 91, folio 372 of the records of the Clerk's Office of Shenandoah County, Virginia, to secure the sum of $500.00 with interest from the 21st day of June, 1928, and notice in writing of default and to sell having been given the undersigned by J.S. Finley, the undersigned will on Saturday, February 8, 1930 in front of the Massanutten National Bank, Strasburg, Virginia at 2:30 P.M. offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, the following real estate: All and singular that cetain piece, parcel or tract of land, situate, lying and being in Davis district, Shenandoah County, Virginia, near the store of M. M. Orndorff, on the Mine Bank road, west of Walnut Springs Church, and adjoining lands formerly owned by Nellie G. Crabill on the west, T. A. Stickley on the south, and Mine Bank road on the north, CONTAINING 5 ACRES and 99 POLES, more or less, on which is a large 6-ROOM STONE HOUSE with two porches and plenty of water, and on which property the said Laura V. Finley now resides. Examination of this property by prospective buyers is solicited. TERMS OF SALE: For cash as to so much of the proceeds as may be necessary to defray the expenses of executing this trust, including a trustee's commission of five per centum, and the amount of money then remaining upon said debt of $551.50. Residue, if any, in one, two and three years after date of sale in three equal installments, evidenced by bonds bearing interest from day of sale, and secured by a vendor's lien upon the property, or by a deed of trust as the undersigned may think proper, unless Laura V. Finley otherwise directs. Give under my hand this 7th day of January, 1930 A. C. Sickley, trustee J.E. Pangle, Auctioneer Shenandoah Publishing House, Incorporated, Strasburg, Va.