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TESTIMONIAL 1 bought ..twenty
five pecan trees from Mr. P. E.
Shaw, in the fall of 1917, and
planted them the same year. All
the trees lived, except one. Mr
Shaw replaced the dead tree free
of all cost to me and it is apparent
ly in good healthy condition. I
can heartily recommend Mr. Shaw
as a good orchard builder. D. L.
Parker, Winton, N. C.,^ June 18,
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and paints. Salary or commission
Address the LENNOX OIL & PA
..INT CO.-.Cleveland, Ohio. It
FOUND?Wake Forest College
Society pin. Owner can get it
by applying to this office, paying
for this advertisement, and giving
50 cents reward. 2t.
WANTED JOB PRINTING?WE
do all kinds of job printing and
guarantee you saticfaction, a nea
job, and guarantee that you will
come back to us for your next job.
WANTED?YOU TO ORDER
your next job of printing at
the best printery in this en
tire section?THE HERT
FORD COUNTY- HERALD
FOR SALE?1 1-2 H. P. Gasoline
engine, in first class shape. Apply
at the Herald office. tf.
FOR SALE?Old papers can be se
cured at the Herald office at very
small cost. Get some while they
1 HAVE ON HAND A CARLOAD OF
good brick that should be spoken
for by those desiring a supply.
I also have on hand a full supply
of building lime that I am offer
ing at both wholesale and retail
prices. Good opportunity to se
cure some cheap. S. E. Dilday,
Ahoskie. _ 6-27 2t.
VIRGINIA FARMS FOR SALE?
Valuable small farm extra good
.value, near Suffolk, 60 acres, 25 cul
tivated, good house and barn, bal
ance timber, near Graded School,
$5,500.00. Easy terms. Also 120
acres on White Marsh Road. This
road will be built with cement ve
ry shortly; 35 acres cultivated,
buildings fairly good and comfort
able, dwelling has six rooms, low
price. $4,800 easy terms. Also
206 acres farm, seventy-five in
cultivation, balance in valuable tim
ber, Colonial residence, 7 rooms;
a splendid place; must be sold to
settle estate; located 4 miles from
Whaley, Va; price $10,000 for a
quick sale. Write or call. Don't
wait. BUY A FARM NOW!
OWN YOTJE HOME I W. T P
ley, Suffolk, Va. 7-4 3t
FOR SALE?NICE FARM 37 ACRES
with 25 in cultivation, splendid soil
for any crop. Near good school,
and railroad station and church,
__ between Holland and Purvis, Va.
Good six-room residence, nice
yard, Rood barn and stable*. Must
sell at once at bargain. Price
$3,760. See Noah Brown, route
2, Holland, Va. 7-113t.
MOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE?
One-half acre lot with a nice sev.
en room house, good water, good i
lot building, in town of Ahoskie.
R. B. Futrell, Ahoskie, N. C.
FOUND?A fraternity pen, with in
itials engraved on back. Owner
can gecure same by applying toj
this office and paying cost of this
advertisement. 7-11 2t.
FOUND?A BUNCH OF KEYS IN
a ring, Owner can secure them
by applying to this office and pay
ing cost of this advertisement. 2t
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Boose la Not a Good Cure.
From the Ames Iowa Intelligencer.
When a man comes to you all dou
bled up with pain and declares he will
dia in your presence unless you pro
cure him a drink of whiskey, send him
to a doctor or ?la? give him a dose of
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy. There is a mistaken notioe
Rub-Mjr-Tism u a powerful uti
septic; it kilU the poison caiucd from
reeled cuU, nm oM sore
Sala of Land for Tasaa.
The following lands will be aold
on first Monday in August, 1919, to
settle taxes: *
M. C. Harrell, house, 8 acres 91.29
Henry H. Sessoms' heirs, 1 acre home
place 44 ctg.
Caroline Simon's heirs 12 acres 80 c.
W. V. Mizell, 9 acres $1.29
J. L. Smith, Collector,
666 has provea it will euro malaria,
Chills and Favors, Bilious Favor,
Colds and LaGrippo.-.lt kills tha
germs that cause tha fewer. Fine
By virtue of the power and au
thority contained in a certain deed
of trust executed and delivered by
C. Greene to W. Z. Morton, Trus- I
tee, on the 29th day of Nov., 1918,
and duly recorded in the Register of
Deeds office of Hertford County, N.
C., in book 64, page 466, the under
signed will expose to public sale be
fore the Farmers-Atlantic Bank in
Ahoskie, North Carolina., to the
highest bidder for cash, on July 23,
1919, at -2 o'clock M. a certain tract
or parcel of land lying and being in
the County of Hertford and state of
North Carolina and described as fol
lows ,to-wit: All those certain tracts |
of land lying and being near' the j
town of Ahoskie, N. C., and being j
tracts number 4 and 5 as shown on j
plat formerly owned by A. M. Bro
wne and known as the Dr. Newsome <
farm as surveyed and platted by W.
B. Fluharty, C. E., plat of which j
is on record in Hertford County |
Register of Deed's office in book 52
page 452, to which said plat refer
ence is hereby made for a more per
The said tract no. 4 contains 49.69
The said tract no. 5 contains 56. J
To satisfy said Deed of Trust.
Terms of Sale; Cash.
This 12th day of June, 1919.
W. Z. Morton, Trustee.
J. L. Simons, atorney.
The foregoin glands were bid off :
by me at a public auctio nsale, and
on account of possession not being
given when promised by the selerg,
I refused to take said lands. This |
accounts for its being sold.
Ahoskie, N. C.
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of J M. Wynn, deceased
late of Hertford County, North Caro- j
lina, this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the state of said (
deceased to exhibit them to the un-1
dersigned at M&rfreesboro, N. C., on j
or before the 28th day of May 1920, |
or this notice will be pleaded in bar |
of their recovery. All persons en- |
debted to said estate will please make j
. This the 28th day of May 1919.
Stanley Winborne, Administrator
of J. M. Wynn.
Cut This Out and Take It With You.
| A man often forgefa the exact name
of the articles he wishes to purchase,
and as a last resort takes something
else instead. That is always disap
pointing and unsatisfactory. The safe
way is to cut this out and take it withj
you so as to make sure of getting
Chamberlain's Tablets. You will find
nothing quite so satisfactory for con
stipation and indigestion.
ll CRIMSON CLOVER 1
THE WONDK*m SOU. 1M
An Excellent Winter and Spring
I Grazing Crop?Best of Barly
Oreen fMd-Oood Kay Crop
Crirceom CIotts* ran 1)0 sown
from tiro first of July to early In H
October. It Is particularly valu- H
able ns a wit Improver for com II
and cotton, sowing It at the last HI
working, turning It under the M
following May, nnd growing In- |H
creased crops each year. ?
mm sun to sow
WOOD'S SEEDS ffl
They aw carefully selected and U|
tested flir germination end fr" lil
from impurities and objection- HI
able weed seeds.
SEED POTATOES forF?B Crop HI
r-?tato growers are getting won- Vfl
d-rful prices just now. Plant a IM
] ' ??eral acreage In June and July. Nl
V 2*otatoga may sell high again ,j
1 ' ? tl I.iter. Kfl
J Write for "Wood's Crop Bps
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| T W.WOOD A SONS, |
among a whole lot of people that boose
is the best remedy for colic and stom
1 Just A Moment Reader |
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IWh at is the next consideration?
cost - ' * i
If you can find a place where you
can get Maximum Quality for a
minimum cost that is where you jf
want to trade, isn't it?
| Gerock's the busy store j
will solve the problem for you
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North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering \%
v: WEST RALEIGH jf
L ? A Land Grant College founded under an act of Congress by the State ? v
$ ^ Legislature of North Gtfolina in March, 1887. Splendidly equipped for ? ?
? the education of the sons of the State in the*technical and industrial arts. ? 9
H * Four year courses .n Agriculture, in Agricultural Chemistry, and in Z a
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical and Textile Engineering. New 2
?! departments in Agricultural Engineering and Highway Engineering.
v! Numerous short courses.
J? ITnit of Reserve Offerers Training Corps. .Seniors and Juniors receive ? fl
? pay amounting to $118 annually. All students receive free uniforms ?"
? amounting in four years to $164. ? A
Z Strong athletic teams.
$40,000 Y. M. C A. building. H gular paid secretary. Jjj
? Two hundred and forty free scht irships.
Repuirement for admission: eleven units?practically equivalent to
? the completion of tenth grade work. S3
Z Board $16.00 per month. Tuition $45.00 per year. Room rent, heat ? ?
Z and light $30.00 per year.
Enrollment last session 1,020, exclusive of all summer students. - ^ ? K
Z Fall term begins September 3.
? For catalogue, illustrated circular or entrance blanks ^arite
E. B. OWEN, Registrar \%
Standard College Entrance Requirement; College Courses leading to
A. B. and B. S. Degrees; Preparatory Department; ^Diplomas in Piano, |
Voice, Violin, Art, Expression, Home Economics and Commercial Cour
Able and Progressive Faculty, beautiful location; fifty acre farm
belonging to College furnishes fresh vegetables and rich milk.
Seventy Second Scholastic year begins Sept. 3rd.
For catalogue or other information address.
JOHN B. BREWER, PRESIDENT.
East Carolina Teachers Training School
A State Schol to train teachers for the public
schools of North Carolina. Every energy is directed
to this one purpose. Tuition free to all thse who agree
to teach. Fall Term begins September 24, 1919.
For Catalogue and other information address.
Robt. H. Wright, President
Oraanville, N. C.
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W. A. WITHERS. DIRECTOR, WEST RALEIGH, N. C. j
TENNESSEE ROCK LIME
The Kentucky SU|ii
"LIME, LEGUMES and LIVESTOCK
GW. 'Em XT
ProfeMor George Robert* of the Kentucky Experimental says
"Our experiment station's conclusion is that LIME is absolutely
essential for successful agriculture. ?.
Finely Pul?.ri?4? Readily AraJlabU
American Limestone Company
THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN '
THE COUNTY - $1.50 YEAR
We are expecting to receive a
car of GOOD BRICK 1
See us for build- j
ing lime & cement. We
have a good supply on hand.
S. E. VAUGHN AND BRO.
AHOSKIE, N. C. J