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HOLSTEIN COW AND CALF FOR
sale, f'br further information ap
ply to E. Modlin, Ahoakie, Route ft.
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WINDOW SASHES AND GLASS
for sale. Due to remodelling onr
office we have left over about 17
window sashee with glass, both in
good condition. Site of glass
10x12 inches?9 panes of glass to
? each single sash. Will take $10 for
Nm entire lot or $1 for single sash.
Apply at the Herald office.
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FOR SALE ? MILLIONS PORTO
Rico, Nancy Hall and Early Tri
umph potatoe plants 75c per 1000
FOB Valdosta. Dorris Plant Co.,
Valdost, Ga. 6-9-2t-pd.
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for 1922; and, if you give it to
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isfaction and the price will suit
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NOTICE?MONEY IS EASY TO OB
tain on improved land*, provided
the borrowers do not want to ex
ceed sixty per cent of its value,
disregarding war-time prices. For
particulars see, Soswell C. Bridger,
Representative Chicmauga Trust
Company, Win ton, N. C, F17 tf.
Notice of Sale Under Deed ef Treat
By virtue of the power and author
ity given in a certain deed of trust
executed by D. M. Maggett and wife,
Sylvenia Maggett, January 7, 1920,
and recorded in Book 66,^ page 108,
office Register of Deeds for Hertford
county, the following property will
be sold at public auction.
1. That tract of land in Murfrees
boro Township, bounded on the
north by the lands known as the Deans
or Bridger land; on the east by the
lands of Moses Porter, deceased, and
Potecasi Creek; on the south by the
land of D. M. Maggett and H. V.
Parker, and on the west by the lands
of Ike Wiggins; containing 161 1-4
acres, more or leas.
2. That tract of land in Murfreeo
boro Township, adjoining the lands
of Virginia Bridger, H. V. Parker
and others, bounded by the lands of
said Virginia Briday, the Wiggins
land, tract number 1 above described,
H. V. Parker and others, containing
19 one-fourth acres, more or leas.
Time of sale?June 16, 1922, at 12
Place of sale?Court house door in
Winton, N. C.
Terms of sale?Cash.
This 13th day of May, 1922.
6-19-41. W. D. BOONE, Trustee
moral Vjarunna ospenor <. ourx
< Hertford County Before the Clerk
Clarence Watson vs. Lillie Watson.
The defendant above named will
take notice, that ..an action entitled
as above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Hertford County,
N. C., to obtain a* divorce "A VIN
CULO MATRIMONII" and the said
defendant will farther take notice!
that she is required to appear before
the Clerk of the Superior Court .of
Hertford County, at his office in
Winton, N. C., on the 26th day of
June, 1922, and answer or demur to
the complaint of the plaintiff in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in
This the 22nd day of Moy, 1922.
D. R. McGLOHON,
Clerk of Superior Court
C. W. JONES, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Administrator ? Notice
Having qualified as administratrix oi
the estate of E. P. Parker, deceased,
late of Hertford County, N. C., this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased U
exhibit them to the undersigned al
Aheskte, N. C., H P. D, num
ber t, on or before the 8th day oi
?ay, 1888, or this notice will b?
pleaded in baf of their recovery
All person* Indebted to said estafc
will please make immediate payment
This 8th day of May. 1828.
MRS. CORDELIA PARKER,
Administratrix of E P. Parker
L. C. Wllllaats, Attorney.
- BETHLEHEM NEWS
There will b? regular service* at
Bethlehem on next Saturday and Sun
?Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Wilson. Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Overton and children
accompanied by Mr. Henry Hyatt,
spent last Sunday at the home of Mr.
B. F. Wilson near Harrellsville.
Little Mis* Lois Dilday is quit* ill
at the home of her brother, Mr. Clay
ton Dilday at Ahoskie.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur God
win, Thursday, May $th; a girl.
The little infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Dilday is quite sick at the
home its parents near Montgomery's
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green enter
tained a number of riends at dinner
recently in honor of Miss Irene Park
er who has just r'-*"~ned h: ;;.t*-????.
Greenville E. C. T. O. ES^.,
Mr. and Mrs.~W. P. Lowe and fam
ily of Harrellsville visited relatives
in this section last Sunday.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST
The following property will be sold
-for taxes on Batuiday, July 8lti, 1922.
Ahoskie Basket Mfg. Co $184.29
E. J. Bell, home... 82.46
Z. V. Bellamy, home 93.07
J. L. Bellamy, home... 71.97
Bellamy A Co., lot on
Main Street 74.37
Bell A Eley, Hayes lot 59.49
G. F. Burgess, home.... 21.24
R. R. Copeland, home 73.39
M. Earley, home.. 6O168
J. T. Earley, home 46.06
J.'A. Eley, home? 65.45
Farmer* Tobacco Warehouse. 106.25
J. J. Hayes, home ?..? 17.00
John W. Howard, home 28.89
F. L. Howard, home 45.56
James Jenkins, vacant lot 12.49
Mrs. Georgie Johnson, home. 29.76
L. M. Mitchell, home 157.79
Newsome A Holloman, Leary
lot - r 33.36
Tynes Newsome , 31.60
J. W. Powell and wife, home. 206.35
Powell A Jinkins, Brett lot 7.34
Powell A Sessoms, Powell lot". 21.24
J. H. Robertson, home 51.05
Nina Rogers .... 93.60
H. E. Rowe, lot D, heights.. 2.00
L. T. Sumner, home 146.22
L. K. Walker, home J. *87.61
Branning Mfg. Co 672.19
H. S. Boone, Mitchell St..... 5.00
Wm. Boone, Estate, Newsome
lot . 2.44
Mary E. Burke, home.,.. 13.50
W. A- C ha vis, home 22.74
William Chambly, home 9.78
Junius Deloach, Sessoms
? A Britt. i"--. 19.92
Andrew Dembany, Catherine
Flora Everett, vacant 2.02
Herbert Freeman, Garrett 7.12
Godwin Futrell, Washington
Avenue .. 8.39
J. A. Hall, Lawrence 20.49
Geo. H. Harrell, home 13.50
John W. Hayes, home 13.50
W. F. Huson, Maple St 13.60
Will Home, home * 13.23
Robt. Howard, Willoughby 6.70
Qunt Jenkins, Maple St..... 11.36
W. J. Jenkins,'home 13.42
Alfred Est. Jenkins, Maple
Street - 10.10
Julie Jenkins,, home 5.00
John D. Jenkins, home 4.IS
Nancy J. Keen, home.. 10.10
J. W. Lawrence, home... l&.SO
A. R. Lewie, home 13.85
Virgina Little, Catherine St.. 7.12
Andrew Marsh, home 7.12
Geno Newsome, Catherine St. 13.24
Jeff Newsome, Garrett 15.54
Absilla Overton, Maple St... 15.40
Gurney Peele, home 18.70
L. A. Peele, Maple?: 5.85
Henry Peele, Maple
and vacant 4.67
Haywood Peele, Rue St 11.81
John Porter, J. & P. 4.67
E. T. Powell, home .... 25.18
Mrs. E. T. Powell, Garrett-_ 2.46
W. R. Scott, home ? 12.08
J R. Scott, Lawrence 10.20
Guss Sessoms, Catherine and
Drew Sessoms, home and
vacant 1 6.70
Will Taylor, home 13.81
P. O. Vann, home 7.90
Peter Vaughan, Garrett 6.85
C. E. Vaughan, home 10.80
Robert Vapghan, Maple 5.85
Kettie L. Weaver, home 7.12
Sally Weaver, J. P 6.59
Willie B. Whitley, Garrett 5.00
Mary Wiggans, Phelpa. 9.95
This 8th day of June, 1922.
O. H. BRITTON, Chief of Police,
Town of Ahoskie.
i Of the 22,000 criminals examined
, by the superintendent of New York
i State's reformatories, only four were
. college graduates. Seven per eent in
a group of 1,000 prisoners had high
school education, 25 per cent had
. finished grammar school and 64 per
cent had attended only primary
Dr. Vemoo Eley, who lui ben i?
school',In Ffcilad<lphia, Penne., ih
?pending ? few day* with hi* parent*
before he begif?? practicing in Nor
Mis* Bettie Parker, who h*? re
ceived her diploma at East Carolina
Teachers College, Greenville, N. C-,
arrived Wednesday to spend her sum
mer vacation with her mother, Mrs.
Messrs. Clarence Perry and Lee
Parker of Ahoskie made several calls
in town last-week.
Mr. Alvin Eley, a student at Chapel
Hill the past school year, came home
Wednesday to spend his summer va
Mrs. "Bell" Griffin an<irJ **
herin'e, 'of Wobdland aper.t
sey??' of last week with 'her
mother, Mm. J. T. Chitty.
Messrs. Clevie Vinson and Alvin
Eley made a business visit to Ahoskie
Mm. Mary Brown and daughters,
Misses Deborah and The!ma, visited
relatives in Ahoskie Sunday.
Miss Eileen Little, who hag. been
teaching in Camden, S. C., is spend
some time with her sister, Mm. F. F.
Snipes before returning to her home
Miss Lois Cale of Koxobel accom
panied her father Rev. J. F. Cale here
Saturday. He preached helpful ser
mons both Saturday and Sunday to a
miss umigga ungswn continues
Dr. William Brown and family of
Rich Square visited his mother Sun
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Parker and
children spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell of Pote
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Baker from
near Mt. Tabor spent the week-end
with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Prof. Robert Brown and A. G. Ot-'
well, of Menola, are now ready to
play tennis players of any town, vil
lage or cumminity in. the states ' of
North Carolina or Virginia. Just let
them know when you are ready for
a game with them.
Miss Elizabeth Br^wn, who has
been teaching in Franklinton, Va.,1
has returned home for the .summer'
Miss Annie Brown and brother,!
James Robert, attended Sunday
School at the Woodland Methodist
church Sunday morning.
Mr. Edward Outland of Woodland,
called in the home of Mr. J. L. Snipes
Misses Janie Parker and Louise
Holland spent, several days of last j
week visiting Mrs. Archie Brown of
Lignum-vitae is the hardest wood
known. It is the only wood that can
be used for the bearings at the stern
end of the propeller shafts of steaih
ers and nearly every large steamship
is dependent upon a block of lignum
vitae for a smooth-running screw.
The fibers of this wood weave back
i and forth, crossing and recrossing
i each other in a manner that resembles
! the weave of an automobile tire.
The home of Mr. C. C. Seaeoma
*m the scene of a rery lovely wed
ding on Saturady, June 10, at 7:30
p. m., when hie popular and charming
daughter, Mis* Bettie, waa led to the
marriage altar by Mr. Rob. Roy Cope
land. The parlor waa taatefully deco
rated with ferna, potted planta, and
cut flower*, the color scheme being
pink and white. In the weat window
a white altar had been improvised
around which bloomed fragrant flow
ers, and upon which burned pink
candlea, held by massive brass candle
sticks, heirlooms of ante-bellum days.
Just in front of the altar was a stately
white arch with a vine twined about
it, and wedding bells suspended from
the top. The * candlea and shaded
**"* the assembled'
? Promptly at 7:30 Mrs. J. N. Vann
attired in pink organdie, with large
pink hat, entered the parlor and
seated herself at the piano. Miaa
Feye Gerock next entered, attired in
white organdie with large white hat,
and sang "Come Into My Heart."
Then to familiar strains of Lohen
grin s Wedding March, the bridal
party entered. First came little Miss
es Mildred Vann and Elizabeth Cope
land, who stretched ribbon from the
front parlor door to the altar, form
ing an aisle down which came the
maid of honor. Miss Margaret Ses-'
soms, sister of the bride, beautifully
attired in shell pink organdie with
large picture hat to match, and carry
ing a boquet of pink Killarney roses.
Next came the bride on the arm of
her brother,. Mr. James C. Sessoms,
who gave her away. She wore a
beautiful suit of dark blue poiret
twill,"'with hat to match, and carried
a boquet of brides' roees showered
with'lillies of the the valley. She
was met at the altar by the groom
with his brother, Mr. J. Herbert Cope
land as best man. > Her* beneath the
lovely arch, while from the piano
came the soft strains of MacDowell's
"To a W#ild Rose," the Rev. E. J. |
Isenhower, pastor of the Baptist
church ofAhoskie of which both bride
and groom are members performed
the lovely ring ceremony which made
them husband and wife.
The ceremony over, the bridal
party left the parlor to the strains of
Mendelssohn|s Wedding March and
entered the spacious hall where they
received the congratulations and good
wishes of iheir relatives and friends.
Then the entire wedding party ac
companied the bride and groqm to
the station where amid further good
wishes and congratulations, and
much throwing of rice the couple
boarded the-8:15 train for Wrights
Among the out of town guest were
Mrs. Figures Norfleet of Roxobel,
North Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Shield, Miss Mary Shield. Mrs. C* H.
Pruden, Mr. C. H. Pruden, Jr., and
Miss Lou Freeman of Windsor, N. C.,
Mrs. J.-L White, Nashville, N. C? Dr.
Joseph Harrell, Norfolk, Va., and Mrs.
Bat Tayloe of Norfolk.
All kinds of Commercial Printing
neatly and promptly done at the
For Results, try a HERALD Want
DELINQUENT TAX SALE
The land listed below will be sold for taxes on the first
Monday in July, 1922. Sali> will be held at the Court House
in Winton, N. C.
Addie V.sEure, 5 town lots, Tunis .$22.98
B. B. Pearce, Mill Pond, balance on tax . ^ v 11.62
H. R. Rountree, 26 acres I. 6.33
C. A. Pearce, 297 acres, Jones & Griffin 62.31
Herbert Bowser, 26 acres, Jaa. Lewis . 10.20
Mrs. Jerry Riddick, 2 1-4 acres Riddick 1.61
Claud Slaughter, 40 acres, Allen, balance 6.60
Lewis Vann, 1 lot at Tunis.... 1.86
Sherman-yann, 22 acres, Clark........ ... : -? 11.37
Mrs. Mary E. Eure, Town lot, Tunis.. 4.82 "
Frank Barnes 90 acres .... ..... 18.96
Sallie At Butler .66
Cornwell Heirs, 2 acres, Cum bo i: . .76
Robert Green's Heirs old home 8.67
Robert Keene, 42 acres, Pat Reynolds ? i 6.66
VL L. MATTHEWS, Tax Collector, Winton Township.
O. W. Brown, Sears Wolf 9.76
W. J., HILL, Tax Collector, Maneya Neck Townahip.
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W. E. Jenkins, 97 acres, Wynn t > 163.34
Elizabeth Liverman, 90 acres ? 21.96
P. B. Griffith, W. D. Myrick land 31.21
J. S. Lawrence, home . ....?--? .121.02
Broge Barnes, 64 acres, Scott land 19.96
Joe Gatling, 9 acres ... .... ........ .... 12.47
R. B. Gkrriss, 36 acres ., 82.00
R. L. Lawrence, 3 1-2 acres, Trader 16.69
Paul Lee, Williams Land -. .: 7.69
Mag. Majette, 66 acres ... 11.98
Leila Moore, town lot... ............ 6.66
Maria Vaughan, 1 acre, Benns land .... 3.71
Tally Gatling, 7 acres, Bridgsr.?.i. ? 8.64
Robert Gatling, 7 acres, Bridger..!.. 2.89
D. M. Majette, 161 acres, Hill lands............. .......? 33.86
James Thomas, 66 acres, Vaughan ... ... 21.97
Ben Waterford, town lot . ? 3.11
6-16-4*.-pd T. T. PARKER, Tax Collector.
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