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OAJC DALE NEWS.
We are glad to see it warmer and
'% We are gla<l to have incw com
munity one of our boys, Mr. E. R.
Perry, who has received his honor,
able discharge from the army. We
are sure glad to Bee Edgar back to
Oak Dale Sunday School, as he is
one of our main singers; both in
Sunday School and Prayer meeting.
Mr. Perry, never went over seas, nev
getting any farther than Newsport
Mr. M. A. Wilder, of Ahoslpe,
made a flying trip to Oak Dale Sun
day. We were glad to see Mr. Wilder
back to his old home.
Miss Minnie Perry spent Saturday
night with Miss Marquilla Whitley.
Miss Sallie Mizell spent Saturday
in Ahoskie shopping.
Mr. C. E. Perry was the guest of
relatives and friends near Mount
Gould Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Minnie Mizell, who has been
visiting her cousin, Miss Sallie Miz
ell, near here, returned to her home
near Windsor Wednesday last.
There was a large attendance at
Sunday School Sunday. It made us
all feel good to see sui h a largo at
tendance at our Sunday School.
Mr. an! Mrs. Howell, cf Rocky Mi,
who has been spending some tim
with his uncle, Mr. J. R. Wilder, re
turned to their home Sunday.
We are glad to see Mr. and Mrs.
^Howell out. as this was once Mr
Misses Minnie Perry, MarquilU"
Whitley were the guests of Miss Sal
lie Mizell Sunday morning.
Mrs. M. T. Mullens was the guest
of Mrs. J. R. Wilder Saturday after
Several of the ladies attended the
W. M. U. meeting at Chowan Col.
lege alst Tuesday.
Mrs. E. W. Whitley spent last
Sunday with her daughter, Mr*. G.
B. Storey. t
Miu Mary Catling, who teaches in
Northampton county, visited her pa
rents, Mr. and Mr*. H. P. Catling Sat
urday and Sunday.
Miae Audrey Parker, who teacher
with Mary Gatling, was the truest of
Mrs. J. F. Copelahd Friday and Sat
Fil?wf*d-_ shrdlu etaoin nn
Miss Bessie Harrell, of Chowan
; College, spent the week-end with her
| cousin, Mrs. Thelton Matthews.
| Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Storey spent
last Friday with their daughter, Mrs.
J. E. Johnson, of Pendleton.
Miss OUie Mae Carr spent the week
end in Winton, as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. P. E. Shaw.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Parker dined
I with Mr and Mrs. J. L. Storey Tues
By virtue of authority contained
| in a certain Deed of Trust, executed
by J. H. Boone and wife on the 1st
day of September, 1917, which Deed
of Trust is duly of record in Book
! 59, page 492, Office Register Deeds
j of Hertford county.
Default having been made in pay
| ment of the debt therein secured,
J and the request of the holder of said
debt, the undersigned will on the 5th
j day of May at the Court House door
in Hertford county, Winton, N. C.,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
! and one o'clock p. m. offer for sale
| to the highest bidder for cash the
following real estate, located in Win
j ton township, Hertford county, and
! more particular bounded and defined
That cetrain tract of land on the
Blue Foot road, leading from Oak
villa Farm to Reids Crossing.
Beginning at a pine on the East
side of said road; thence Southerly
along said road to Deep Creek, thence
along said Creek to lines between
lots number five and six of the J.
.H. Matthews division, thence north
erly along said dividing line to a
marked pine; thence Westerly along a
line of marked trees to starting
v " ' . . W
I point, containing 16 acres more or ?
Thif the 3rd day o?*arch 1119. *
R08WELL C. BRIDGEK,
? NOTICE! !
By virtue of authority contained in
the order of the Superior Court ma Id
in the special proceedings pending ?
before the Clerk of said court en- j
titled: i ]
Marvin Vaughn, W. B. Vaughn, }
Myrtle Vaughn et als. ?
J. P. Vaughn, iLllian'R. Vaughn, f
Eston B. Vaughn. I
Eular M Vaughn, and J. E. Vann, 1
guardian ad litem, to sell lands for ^
partition between the tenants in >
common, the undersigned commis
sioner will on the 17th day of April I
19)9, between the hours of twelve o'- j'
clock m. and two o'clock p. m. of- j
fer for sale to the highest bidder f< r g
cash, that certain tract of land set J
out and described in the petition fil- ^
ed in thi scause, whichia mor? fully t
described as follows : ]
That certain tract of land lyirg a
and being in the county of Her.-f ?rd v
St. John's township, adjoining the
lands of the late J. L. Anders jn prd I
others defined and marked > s fcl-1
Beginning at three black gums, J
i corner for J. L. Anderson, and
! Meridith Watson's line, down said
j Meredith Watson's line a easterly j'
I course to the run of Cuttawhiskey '?
j Swamp, thence up said swamp to (
William Chitty's line; thence up said (
i line to a post in the field, running a j
J parallel line almost a north course <
i to the first station, containing 05 c- :
res more or less. I
Said sale is made subject to the j
confirmation by the court.
This the 18th day of March 1919
Place of sale Court House door. i
ROSWELL C. BRIDGER,
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ,
Having qualified as administrator ?
j of the estate of Joseph A. Rawls, ,
| deceased, late of Hertford county, ?
North Carolina this is to notify all t
| persons having claims against the es- -
tate of said deceased to ychibit the |
i same to the undersigned at Aulan.
der, N. C., on or before the 26th ,
day of March, 1920, or this notice ,
I will be pleaded in bar of their recov- ,
try. All persona indebted to Mid es
tate will please make immediate pay.
This 26th day of Uarch, 101ft.
It. J. M IN TON,
Administrator of Joaeph A. Kawls.
k. JT. CasteUOe, Atty.'
By virtae of an order made in the
Superior court of Hertford county,
n the special proceedings now pend
ng in said Superior court, entitled,
iluttie Jones, Wanatnaker Jones,
Wallace Jones, and .Vernan Jortes
tgainst Bonnie Jonea.
The undersigned commissioner will
in the 5th day of May, 1919, offer
or sale at the Court House door of
Iertford count*. N C to the highest
lidder for caahTx? following descri
>ed real estate, lying and being in
Vinton township Hertford county,
<. C. to wit:
1st. Tract of land, on which the
ilaintiffs lived during the year 1918,
munded by the lands of Jfcmes Saw
?er on the north, on the east by the
ands of George Keen's heirs, on the
outh and west by1 the lands of Julia
ones. Containing 13 acres more or
ess. 2nd tract of land known as the
Vugustus Trummell land, bounded by
he lands of Watson Green on the
iast, the Willie Jones land on the
outh and north, and the Willis Wea
'er land on the west
Containing 27 acres more or less.
This the 20th day of March 1919
JNO. E. VANN,
Notice is hereby given to Martin
Lane and Eugene A. Biflsoly, Trustee
ind all other persons interested: That1
>n the 3rd day of June 1918 I pur
chased the following described land ? ]
it the court house door in Winton, N. '
when and where said land was sold
Tor the taxes due on said land for
.he year 1917. The land was listed
?nd taxed in the name of Martin
Lane. * '
Description of land r That certain j
tract of land lying and being in
Maneys Neck township, Hertford
lounty, and bounded as follows: Be
ing on the Chowan river ,and bound
ed on the east by the Chowan river,
an the south by the tract of land be
longing to the Camp Manufacturing
Co., (better known as the Maddrev
land) on the west by high water
mark running along the foot of the
hill of marked threes, on the north
by the lands of S. D. Howell and W.
M. Howell (better known as the Skin
ner tract.) Also another tract known
us the Skinner tract: Beginning at
the Chowan river at W. M. Howell's j
line; thence along Mid line to the
foot.of the hill at high water mark;
thence along the topt of the hill at
high water mark to Pish Hole branch,
thence straight across Fiih Hole
branch to the foot of the hill on the
otheriide of said Branch to Camp
Manufacturing Co.. line (better
known * as the Riddick line) thence
along acid Riddick's line to Chowan
river, thence down said river to the
starting point. These two tracts art
known as the Barton and Skinner
tracts and together contain nine
hundred and sixty seven acres.
The above named parties will take
notice, that unless redemption of
said land is made in the manner pro
vided by law before the 4th day of
July 1919 I will demand a deed to !
said land as the law directs.
This the 4th day of Febwwry
1919. ^ '
C. W. JOftES
NOTICE 1 1
North Carolina In the
Hertford Ceunty / Superior Court.
Notica to Craditort.
E. J. Gerock, J. H. Mitchell and
Paul Mitchell, partners, trading as
J H. Mitchell A Sod, and V. H.
Garrett, for and on behalf of them
' selves and all other creditors of
Charles Trummell, deceased, who
may come in and make themselves
parties plaintiff to this proceeding
and contribute to tl^e expense
J. A. Copeland and A. E. Garrett,
Executors of Charles Trammel],
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons holding a claim or claims
against the estate of the said Charles
Trufimell, deceased, to appear be
fore .me at my office in the town of
Winton, in the County and State
aforesaid, on'or before the 7th day
of May 1919, the return day of the
summons in the above entitled spe
cial proceeding, and file with me the
evidences of their said claims.
This the 18th day of March, 1919.
D. R. McGlohon,
Clerk Superior Court.
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