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at fares named below, by the
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26th. but an extension of final return limit to March 15th/may
be obtained by depositing tickets prior to expiration an<f upon
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Wilmington, N. C. /
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Farmers - Atlantic Bank, i
AHOSKIK, N. C.
June 30tb, 1014
September 12tb, 1914 H
October Slat, 1914
December SUt, 1914
January 6th, 1915
" We Cordially Invite Your Account, Whether
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are reidby the people ' T
because it gives them
newt of absorbing in- I
terete People no longer I
go looking about for K
things they want?they *
go to their newspaper
for information as to
where such things may
be found. This method
saves time and trouble.
If you want to bring
your wares to the soeiw !
tion of this community,
our advertising columns
Flooring, Ceiling and Siding
For Sale by
Dnancock Lumber Co.
Earleys, N. C.
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OUR LINK OF STAPLE
can be relied upon a* being always
?> pure and fresh. Housekeepers who
know and appreciate good
Coffee, Tea, Sugar
and GROCERIES OP ALL KINDS
will be thoroughly satisfied wtth our
goods after the first purchase.
Lowest Cash Prices to be
Found in Town
J. P. BOYETTE,
AHOSKIE, N. C
8hakeepesre Without Word*.
"I toll you," said the young man
with the Inky lingers, "there's a great
future for dramatic genius now."
"Do you think so?"
"Surest thing you know, and I'm
''?going right to work and get a first
-mortgage on the new deal."
"I am going to rewrite all of Shake
speare's plays for.the mortes."?New
Publisher?How la the new reporter
Managing Editor?I had to discharge
"He was far too enterprising."
"What do you mean?" ?
"He made a specialty of announcing
surprise parties In advance."
"How many men there have been
whose merits were not appreciated
till after their death," said the expert
"Oh, well," replied the patient per
son, "that's the way It Is all-tbrough
nature. A turkey struts around a
whole lifetime without any Idea of
what It "Is really good for."
"Your prices an higher than those
"We dress our own beef, mum," said
the butcher by way of explanation.
"Dress your own- beef, eh? Well,
you must think you're the Redfern of
One of the Requisites.
"Pa's going to-pe a millionaire some
"That so? Has he got much toward
It yet?" ,
"Oh, he hasn't the million, but he'd
already got the Indigestion."
y AN EXPLANATION.
Jeweler?Your watch seems to be
magnetized. Have you been near a
Young Man?No; but I?er?called
.on a very attractive young lady laat
To keep up with the style you try.
As you ?orget the past.
But somehow every hat you buy 1
Looks funnier than the last.
? T . *
"That dog at Black's will be the
death of me, barking at me every time
"But barking dogs don't bite."
"1 know, but I'd rather be bitten
at once than be kept In suspends."
"Pa, what Is a savant?"
"A savant, my son, Is a learned man
who is apt to know more about the In
habitants of Mars than he does about
the people next door."
"What do you think? I met the
young widow you pointed out to me,
and she wore a stunning green suit"
"Oh, I forgot to tell you she was a
Naturally. " ?
"Did you hear that Bill's business la
all going up?'
"Poor fellow! By the way, what la
his business?" >
"He's an aviator."
Edwards?Will you dine with us this
evening? We are going to have a
Eaton (fond of his stomach)?And
how many guests?
"Pa, what Is a club?"
"A clr'j, my son. is a place where
persons who have nothing to do con
gregate to do it" ,
Turkeys For Sale.
I have some Mammouth Bronze
Turkeys for sale. Apply to
W. T. HOLLOMON,
R. F. D. No. 4, Ahoskie, N. C.
The Qshdas That Dsaa Net Affect The dead
lm<K of It. tonic sad laxative rtrct. LAXA
TIVE BIOKO QUININE la batter than ordinary
Qointnc and dor not cauaa aarvoosnaaa nor
rinarins In hand. Remember the fall natea and
look fcr Iht signature at X. W. OKOV*. jfe.
County Commissioners Meet.
(Conduded Prom Pu? Onat
Tlie following amounts paid in
to the treasurer by the several tax
collectors to wit;
J. A. Copeland, Aboakie 1,072.81
B. N. Sykes, Harellsyille 1,324.00
M. K. Sumuer, St. Johns 963.15
W. L. Matthews, Winton 1,098.23
J. J. Parker, Murfresabbro 970.83
W. J. Hill, Maneya Neck 265 28
J. A. Copeland tax collector
Ahoakie haa turned over to trea
aurer of Ahoakie Graded School
to date the sum of $394.63.
The following billa approved for
Ahoakie Township, amt due
on Barnera Bridge road.. 34.38
J. K. Garrett, supplies to
county home... 6.15
J. H. Lawrence, Flue Irons
, io county home... I 3.00
J. !m. Ele.v, Vital statisticea
3Qr,._.. .......1 10.76
J. M. El?*y, Poll Holder.... 2.00
J. J. House and Co., lumber 31.65
Winton Garage, Oil and
work on pump 3.00
J. E. Jones, Board of
W. J, Dunn, supplies to
county home 3.08
J. E. Matthews, supplies to
county home 9.20
Fleet Brown, work at couu
ty home.. ' 13.61
M. K. Sumner, expenses to
Goldsboro ... 19.60
J. G. Newsome, taking
prisoner to Ahoakie 2.36
W.J.Hill, fees State Vs.
Bynum. .... 8.90
J. A. Mitchell, taking
prisoners to jail 3.60
Hugh Odom, takinglurison- ^
era to jail ... 3.00
J. G. Hall, work on Court
house ... 5.80
M. R. Herring, Wiring
Court bouse ... 46.90"
?Edwards & Brougbton, sup
plies C. S. C. office 65.90
Edwards A Brougbton
BlanksC. S. C. office.J 7.81
Edwards^ A Brougbton, 1 ~
legal case C. S. C. office.. 6.16
Edwards A Broughton,
Blanks Ac. C. S. C. office 3.10
E. W. Edwards, repairing
Safe Locks Ac.,.., 15.25
W. J. Vaughan, Supplies
county home .75
Daniel and Shaw, Paints
w?M ................... 1,16
John Cbamblee, Keeping B.
H. Ferry I. 20.00
Matthew Wilson, keeping
Tar Ldg: Fwrry; 20.00
E. L. Banks, Blankets for
Edwards and B rough ton
Books for Register Deeds
Mrs. A. W. Greene, Vital
statistics 4th, Qr., 9.25
Ahoskie Supply Co., Build
ings supplies county home 4.25
W. W. Ecklin, Taking
prisoners to jail .90
J. E. Odon & Co., Heaters ..
&c., ? . 5.00
M. O. Gerock, Expenses
prisoner to Kinston 13.35
M. V. Wilson, Balance work
on tenant house 91.00
S. E. Dilday, Brick .... 12.10
Willie Edwards Premium on
Insurance Co. Home 6.60
R. P. Thomas, Use of Log
E. U. Hines, Shingles 25.00
Jordan A Parker, Shingles
R. H. Reynolds, Repairing
plastering Court room 1.00
Hertford County Herald,
Printing Tax receipts Ac. 5.00
C. R. Telephone Co., Phone
rents 1914 30.00
W!" P. Taylor, Blankets
Mattresses Ac 21.03
W. B, Pollard, Sulphur Ac. 6.69
Hoggard and Stokes, sup
plies to Caroline Parker.. 2.50
W. M. Marsh, supplies to
Mary I ass iter 2.00
J. C. Benthall. supplies to
Geo. Carter Children 1.50
Mrs. E. L. Darden, Sup
plies to Robert Morris 1.00
Mrs. R. D. Rogerson, sup
plies to Gladie Mewsome. 2.00
J. C. Benthall, supplies to
J. W. Mi#ton 1.00
C. E. Bovette, supplies to
Mary Vaughan 2.00
Jeno Jenkins, supplies to
Lathenia Rarker 1.00
Hoggard A Stokes, supplies
to William Overton...... 2.00
E. V. Grissom, supplies to
Mrs. Beale 2.60
Coneland A Taylor, supplies
to J. J. Hill and wife. 5.00
J. D. Earley, supplies to
Elijah Liverman 2.50
Hill Bros., supplies to Anne
Newsome ........... 8.0*
No further business before tin
Board it adjourned to meet oo thi
first Monday in March 1916.
8. P. wlmbobmb
Ji?o. A. Nokthoott
Having: qualified as adminis*
trator of W. H. Mullen deceased
this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against said Estati
to present them to the under
signed, or my Attorney, on oi
before the 28th day of January
191t>, or this notice will b<
pleaded ih bar of their recovery.
All parties indebted to sale
estate, will please make immedi<
This, the 28th day of January
,M. (T. Mullen,
k1' By R. C. Bkipgsji,
Notice ot Sale Under Mortgage
By virtue of the pouh;^ ?r
authority given by a certain ^mort
trage, executed by J. T. Askew
and wife Henretta to W. P. Wit
louirlibv which is recorded in tlx
office of Register of Deeds for tlx
County of Hertford, in book 37
page 321. the following propert>
will be sold at Public f Auction,
First tract known as a part ol
tbe Sumners land ' adjoining tlx
lands of J. T. Askew, containing
one hundred and four acres. Sec
ond tract, known as u part of tlx
Wilson Askew land adjoining
| the lands of Joseoli Holloman,
Wright Holloman. Mary A. Hollo
man containing thirty acres lying
'and being in St. Johns township.
Hertford County, North Carolina.
Place of Sale: Court House
door Winton, N. C. " "" " I
Time of Sale: March 1st, 1915.
Terms of sale: Cash.
Ahoskie, N. C. January 27th.,
W. P. WlIXOCGHBT,
NUte ?f Itrtk Cartlilt, I 11 TIE
('??it; .f Itrtfwl, J UTEIIH CHIT
lew I; C*. I
Vi. > Htki ?r Exeeititi Site.
Inee ttatliig. J
By virtue of an execution direct
ed to the undersigned from the
Superior Court of Hertford Coun
ty in the above entitled action, 1
will, on Monday, the 22 day of
February 1915 at 12 o'clock M.,
at tbe Court House Door of said
County, sell to the highest bidder
for cash, to satisfy said execution,
all the Right, Title and Interest
which said Bruce Gatling the de
fendant, has in the following de
scribed Real Estate, to-wit: ?
Known as the Jeff D. Gatling
farm, adjourning the lands of
Chowan College, J. R. Lawrence,
C. W. Scarborough ftid others.
Same lands in Murfreesboro
Township, Hertford County,
, This 19th., day of January
A. E. Gabrett, Sheriff.
Taken up at the home of J. B.
Futrell, at the place known as
Mark Johnson place, one bull
.Yearling, about two years old;
black with white tail, white spot
in face and white hind feet. The
owner can get this yearling from
Mr. Futrell by proving ownership
and praying all costs. If not
claimed same will be sold, t
J. A. Northcott,
Register of Deeds.
1 take this method of informing
the people that I no longer take
in traveling people or serve meals
MRS. W. Q. COPELAND,
Hprrellsville, N. C.
Chowan and1. Roanoke
Telephone Co. has just coip
pleted line which gives Con
nection with Plymouth,
Williamston and other points
in Washington and Martin
and adjourning Counties.
* Having qualified as Executrix <>l
tlie estate of W. Q. Copelsnd de
ceased, late of Hertford County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
ilarrellavilie, N? C^-on or before
the 14th day of January 1916, or
' this notice will be pleaded in bar
i of their recovery. All person*
* indebted to said estate will please
? make immediate payment.
Lillian E. Copelnnd,
r Executrix of W. Q. Copeland.
> This 14 day of January 191&.
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I State tf Iwtk (artllu 1 II TIK
C?iatj *f ItrttarS J ll'KUU CHIT
hilt ftmlbr C?. 1 utta* .f
' (artar UtUeiri ??. i
By virtue of an execution dir
ected to the undersigned from
the Superior Court of Hertford
County in the above entitled act
ion, I will, on Monday, the 1st.,
day of March 1915 at noon, at
the Court House Door of said
County, sell to the'highest bid
der for cash, to satisfy said ex
k ijcution, all the Right, Title and
'Interest which saidC. W. Carter,
' Ttrf defendants, has in the fol
lowing described Real Estate,
One tract of land on the Blue
' Floor Road, leading from Oak
Ville Farm to Reid's Crossing.
' Beginning at a pine on East
, side of said road, thence South
erly along said road to Deep
' Creek, thence along said Creek
' to the line between lots No. 5 and
6 of the J. M. Matthews division
tlienoe Northerly down said,
dividing line to a marked pine,
1 thence Westerly along line of
marked trees 'to starting point,
1 containing 35 acres more or less.
This 30tli *ay of January 1915.
A. E. Gasbbtt,
Having qualified ai Executor*
under the last Will and Tea Lament
of Louzania Hall, deceased, late
of Hertford County, -State- of
North Carolina, we hereby notifiy
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned on
or before the 23rd day of Decem
ber, 1915, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
This the 23rd day of December,
J. R. Weaves 1
D. E. V)'eavek f ExecoU)r8
Change of Schedule
Effective from and after thli data,
and until further notice, the Steamer
CALUMET will observe the following
Lt. Murfreesboro 7: SO am.?3: 80 pm.
Ar Mapleton-Como 8:10am.?3:60pm.
Ar. Sears Wharf.. 8:40am.?4:20pm.
Ar. Wlnton 9:50 am.?5:10 pm.
Ar. TUNIS ......10:10am.?6:30pm.
Lv. TUNIS .11:30 am.??:0tfpm.
Lt. Winton ....7,11:60am.?6:20pm.
Lt. Sears Wharf.. 1:00 pm.?7:30 pm.
Lt. Mapleton-Como 1:30 pm.?8:00pm.
Ar. Murfreesboro 1:50 pm.?8:20 pm.
Passengers going to Suffolk, Nor
folk, Richmond, and points North, are
notified that the CALUMET does not
make- connection at Tunis with train
No. 48, arriring at Tunis at 3:68 p.m.
In order to make Suffolk, Norfolk.
Richmond and Northern points, pas
sengers should take boat leaving at
7:60 a. m. Passengers coming from
? the North or South, for Wlnton, Sears
Wharf, Como, Mapleton, or Mufrees
boro, can take boat leaving Tunis at
11:30 a. m. or 6:05 p. m. Passengers
going South, can take boat leaving
Murfreesboro at either 7:50 a. m. or
8:30 p. m.
CHOWAN MOTOR CO.,
Per Uriah Vaughan, Mgr.
This November 23rd, 1914.
LET 118 rUVK IT ? TM
The Herald office has just re
ceived some uew job type and can
turn out neat work at much less
than you are charged by the city
offices. Let cs prope it to you.
Notice of Sale Under Mortgage.
By virtue of the power end
. authority given by * oerUin Mort
gage executed by Charlee Tram
mel and wife to C. W. Spruill
, which ia recorded in the office of
tlie Register of Deed* for the'
, County of Hertford^, in book 48,
r Pasre 252. the following property
will be aold at Public Auction,
A lot of land in Hertford Coun
ty, N. C? and lying on the east
aide of Maple Street, In Aboskie,
adjoining the lands of Isaac New
some, the county road leading
from Ahoskie to Cofield. Con
taining three acres. Known aa the
lot on which Trummel now lives.
Place of Sale: Court House
door, Winton, N. C.
Time of Sale: 12, Thursday
March 18th, 1915.
January 30tb, 1915.
Winston a Matthews,
C. W, Sphuill,
Under and by virtue of an
order of the Superior Cotist of
Hertford .County, made in a
special' proceeding entitled,
Luther Pierce, Brownie Pierce
and Julia Britt and husband va
Oracle Daniel now pending in the
Superior Court of Hertford Coun
ty: this prdef" being duly made
and enteyed on the 22nd, day of,
January 1915. the undersigned
commissioner will on the 22nd,
day February 1915, at theCourt
House door in YVintonj N. C., at
one o'clock P. M. offer for sale .
to the.highest bidder for cash, a
certain tract or parcel of land
lying and being in Winton town
ship, Heitford County, adjoining
tire lands ? of Julia F. Jones,
. Daniel Newsome et al, and
bounded as follows: On the
North by the lands of Julia F.
Jones and Daniel Newsome, On
the West by the lands of the late
John Pope, One the South by the
lands of John Pope, On the East
by the lands of John Pope, On
the East by the lands of Bob
Daudy. containing twenty four
acres more or less. Fof better
description reference is hereby
made to Book V. Page 540; Book
11 Page 282; Book V. Page 539,
Register of Deeds office for Hert
This the 22nd., day of January
C. Wallacb Jojiks,
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?tak Haaliiki, hln?i< lima
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r>?-? i*t Imc.
<>a(Ding baitw fM
All DrmttiM* 38 Mb
falgia and Rheu
In Tablet Form.
Six Doses to cents.
Roberts Drag Go.
Ask Your Dealer Fur It.
? i n==qczz=3?
At a bargain to quick buyer
one Ketnp Manure Spreader and
I "Tiger" Tobacco Transplanter.
All in first class condition.
A. P. Robertson,
Aboskie, N. C.
"Let me aee," said tbe young
man thoughtfully, "I've got to
buy some flowers, and some con
fectionery, and some theatre
tickets, and "
"Doing mental arithmetic!" in
quired the man at the next Desk.
"No. Sentimental Arithmetic."
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
5 or 6 doses 666 will break
any case of Chilli & Fever, Coldi
& LaGrippe; it acta, on the live'
better than Calomel and does not
tripe or sicken. Price 25c.