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woman driver will like to get her hands on; a Speed
ster that tingles the blood of any regular fellow who
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tine that spells coziness plus; a Town Car that will
, make ten women out of ten wish for Santa Claus
right away; a Limousine Landaulet that for practica
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cars intelligently unless you see these. For they
have a lure about them that is going to cause wide
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O. E. L ne, Tyner, N. C
Mra. Anna M. Kio| Dead
On Thursday afternoon Joly
19,1917, the death angel visited
onr borne and took from us our
darting mother. She had been la
declining health (or the last three
years with brain trouble.
She was bom Feh. 4, i860, and
had reached her sixty-first year.
8he waa married to G< l\ R'oun
.. tree Feb. fi. 1874. Six ehUdrea
were boro to them of whom four
ere lining: Mrs Utsie Riddick of
this piece, Alfred Rountree-- of
Hertford, L E. Rountree of Deep
Creek, O. B. Rountree of Norfolk.
Her husband died Mar. 90, 1888,
her youngest child being only
two weeks old, but by the help
of the Lord and friends she kept
all of them'with bar.
On Dec. 25, 1890, she waa mar
rind to James Q. King. Three
children were bom to th ng of
whom all ara living: Mrs. Daisy
Winslow, Minner Gertana'and UP
lie King, all of thin place.
She was a member of Bandy
Oroas Baptist church, and attend
ed as long as her health would
Ail was dews lor kar tkat lov
ing bands aoold do, aad ska bora
kar suffering patiently. Ska
coald aot stay longer wkb ae la
thie cold world—God had prepar
od a place (or bar la that beaatt
f«l heavenly home, aad >co«id
aot sralt longer to call kar. A
place Is vacant la her earthly
hast which never can be SSad.
hat An has Ailed a vacancy la
that heavenly bonne where aff la I
joy aad light. A voice we loved
Is stilled bars bnt ap la ksavsa
amend God's throne the sweat
voice is heard singing unto Him
who ia above us all.
We would not call her back in
to this world of sorrow and grief
to share the evils of this life, but
rejoice in tbebhought that she is
resting in the arnu of Jesus, and
some day we shall go to meet
her in that hope where no' pain
nor sorrow can enter in. She can
not come back to us but we can
go to her.
She was a faithful wife and
another. Papa was a faithful
nurse, doing all in hia power to
“Dearest brother thou bast left us,
Here thy loss *e deeply feel.
Yet’tis God that hath bereft us,
He our sorrows all can heal."
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StBSf Norfolk, Va.
Mr. J. L. Green's family spent
Sunday with Mr. J. R Green.
Mr. aiid Mrs. L. C. Carter and
daughter, Winfield, spent Satur
day and Sunday in/forfolk.
Mr. R. E. Eure's family spent
8unday with Mr. Charlie Felton.
Rev. W. H. Hollo well, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Hale and two cliil*
dren, aad the young Indy visiting
Mrs. Bale, were the guests of
Mrs. L. 8. Carter Sunday.
Mrs. Mott Eure la visiting her
sister, Mrs. D. W. Downs, at Pal
Mr. Uewllyn Spivey, one of
the carpenters working on the
Episcopal church out here, was
with us In practicing our^ choir
Mr. P. Q White s family visit*
ed Mr« J. L Lilly Sunday’.
A good many from around here
attended the Union Meeting at
Cool Spiing the last of the week.
Mr., ind Mrs. Tom Bure spent
Hatuidiy and Sunday with Mrs.
P Z Williams.
The Misses Felton visited, in
Kure Sunday. •
We are having revival sender*
at Kndoeo this week
Barg«M N«w» Itnma
Madum George Bets—m, 8r
llothk Outlaw, Bothk Bussell
and George Bate—a, Jr., Misses
Pauline Dali nod Virgie Outlaw
visited Mrs. W. M. Matthews Bat
Mias Mattie Howell has return
ed home alter speeding several
days with her slater near Bethel.
Mr. Joe White sad (easily skit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Honrcll
Mke Virgie Outlaw, Messrs.
Raymond Skinner, Lillian Lane,
Moody Matthews, Merritt Mor
gan. George Caddy, Geo. Spruill
and Mr. Sasrycr were guests o(
the Misses Howell Saturday even
, Mrs. Wataoo Russell from
near New Hope k the guest of
Mrs George Bateman.
Little Tomsk Matthews k
very iU with typhoid-pneumonia.
Mias Virgin Outlaw visited
Miss Pauline Dali Sunday.
Mr. C. B. Parker and family
and Evelyn end Jake Parker at
tended the tent meeting at Cen
ter Hill Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Merritt Morgan ia visiting
his sister, Mrs. W. M. Matthews.
Mr. George SpcwiU made his
usual call Sunday evening.
Mr. Raymond Skinner was out
“dear" hunting Sunday even lag.
Mr. George Caddy escorted
Mim Mattie Howell to the B. Y.
P. U. Sunday evening.
Those who visited at the home
ol Mr. Howell 8uoday afternoon
were Mr. and Mrs. Stephen El
liott, Miss Marias Elliott, Messrs.
Lloyd Elliott and Baymoad
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Hall avenue, near Bank Street,
Norfolk Va. advt.
Mrs. N. E. Chappell spent
last week at Chapanoke with her
mother, Mrs. J. W. Baper, and
attended the protracted meeting.
Mr. and Mis. R. W. Turner
and children visited at the home
of Mr. K. T. Misxeli Sunday af
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chappell
spent the week-end In Hertford.
Mrs. Bdwaid Chappell and son,
C. B., went to Ohapanoke Thurs
day to attead services at the
Miss Olive Lane of Wlnfall
spent last week with Miss Bemle
Mis* Bessie Chappell spent the
week-cad near Chapanokp with
Mr. Edward ChappnU attended
services at the Tabernacle Bun
Mimes Sadie Boswell, Mary
Perry and Blanche Spruill called
on Mr«. Kd ward Chappell Satur
Miss Bessie Chapped entertain
ed company Tuesday evening.
Mr. N. B. Chappetfc went to
Ohapanoke Saturday afternoon
Mrs. W. P. Copelafcdand chil
dten were guests of Mrs Edward
Chappell Sunday afuraooe
After a visit to relatives in
Rocky Hock Mrs. W. W. Spruill
and children came house Friday
Mr. L. L B.anight a*-d child
ren. Mr HiN and Mis* Mary Per
ry called at the home of Mr. B.
T Miexeli Sunday afternoon.
Mr. L. L. Baenight and ehiid
ren and Mr. Hill attended the
teat meeting et-Ceatrr Hill Sun
Mr. end Mrs. Will HIM end
children of B. City were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. L I* Baenight
Stale ml Honk OaroUna
County ot Perquimans
I» Superior Court.
Norfolk k Carolina Development Oom
Blok mood Cedar Work*, Jeaaie P.
Bklaoer, William P. Skinner, J. C
Bkioeer. Pen am 8. Turner and kue
baad, O H. Turner, Kellie B Aitlrell
maA huaband. J. 0 Klttrell, Poremea
Bledaa Lumber Company. T.O Storey.
Arthur Pearea, Ida Lowe. |Liltla Mae
Mardre aud huaband, Horace Mardre,
Maade Lowe. Maggie Lowe, Walter
Lowe, Ida Luwe, K1U White, D. J.
White, 0. B. White, Corrtnne Begley
aud huaband, J O. Baglay, Addle M.
White, Uiaoaie Wood and her huaband
Wood. O l). Parrei), Mlttou Lowe
A. B. Winalow, J. Q A. Wood. P. W.
MeMullaa, trustee, J. H. Millar, Dr.
T. K. White, 9. a White. W.K. White,
W. O. Newby, trustee, W.T. Winalow,
BUku Winslow, Allan J. Winalow, Re
beeee Wiaalow. Luther Winalow, Ber
tha White aud huaband, C. O White,
Iraua Wiaalow and huaband. Parey
Winalow, Lana Leyden and huaband,
T.B. Laydao, Hannah Wiaalow, Roy
Wiaalow, Mattie Winalow. David Oui,
A- I. Wiaalow. M N Sawyer, Capt.
9. Symoar, Arba Wiaalow, Ira 8. Win
alow, uMmu, Martha D Wiaalow
aud huaband, J. O. Winalow, lamaa
la miter. J. 9 While, mortgagee.and
Alisha B Wiaalow
To Whoa It May Concern:
Thai parties short otmsd, sad sii
athas patacas iatarsated. will taka do
llaa that aa ths Uot day of Juno, 1*17,
tha above earned petitioner tied a pe
tltsoa ia the oOss of the Clerk of tha
Hujsnor Oourt af Psrqelmans County
to have tha title to oerteia leads
therein described ngisUnd aud con
firmed, pursuasit to Chapter Mol the
Public Laws of till, sad that sum
mons has bean issued at tha uXee of
the Qerfc of Superior Court of Par
qutmaae Oouaiy, on lh« 31k day of
August, 1*17, Tbs said land is sitnata
1ft Belvidere and Parksvliie Towashipa.
in tha Uxut) of Perquimans, in said
Bum, adjoining tha Usuis of Richmond
Coder Works, T. C. Storey, Arthur
Paarsa, David Coma s hairs, J. T.
White’s hairs, A. R. Winslow, J. H
Miller, Dr. T. N. White. P. C. White.
David Oh, A. N. Winslow, Arba Wio
tlow, Jamas Leeaiter, B. b. Wtealow,
aad dsaeribad aa follows:
BBC IN BniQ ml aa iroa marker, a
Pipe in a plea stump, formerly tha
• ptao**rea Perry's Desert Road
near tha eealar of tha right-of-waP^l
tha Norfolk Southern Railroad, i...
Blisabeth Citj-Beefcford Branch, aad
running along the center at said right
of-way sooth SO degree* sod M min
utes seat *>4.01 ahaiaa to a surra in
said railroad ; tbsass south ft satB
•bains to an iroa marker at a rock ;
t haa sc still along said right-of-way
■oath S3 aaat to ehaina to an iroa mark
ar at tba earner of T. O. Storey s lend ;
ihssss south SB degress sod 11 min
stee west *4.80 she ins to sn iron mark
er e* two UuraU ; Ihapce south 4 da
(>••• *nd 40 minutes east 18 ehaina to
sn Iran marker at a gum, thanes north
77 dugrouu and 48 minutes west 42
ehaina to aa iron mnrknr.eornar of the
David Lawn hairs’ land ; thanes south
10 degress and 11 min a tea west X
•bains to aa iroa marker at three old
eomar maples, tha land of J A.White’s
hairs: tkaaaa south 41 degrees and 11
minutes west 40 chains to an iron
oaarkar at a pinn stomp; thence south
T8 degress »nd SO minutes seat 44. IQ
•Belas, aa iroa marker at aa old aor
mm gam; thanaa sooth 60 degrees sod
IS sMaotes aaat ItN chains to tha
Daaart Bond: thanes along tha Doaart
Bead south At degress west Bros
ahaiaa to an iroo aterker, an old blown
up pine, J. M. Millar's comer; thaaoa
aarth SB dagrsss and 40 minutes west
8S ahaiaa to sa Moo marker aa Haa
'•"> Bid**, J. H- MOW aad Dr. T.
**■ White'* earner; thence north 45 de
St*** end 45 minutes weat Sf SOahmias
to aa tone ataider, Dr T S. White aad
|F. C. White's earner; thence north K
dagraaa aad It miaow east M BO
nRaima to aa iron marker, -tir~ aor
aarafra and Dr. T. *iWhita'a:
tbenee north SB dafraea aad 11 mia
ataa aaat BB.BB ahataa to an Iron ant
•hO» T. M White aad Jaaaa & Wla
dafraea aad 41 miaetaa aaat 14 eheiee
40 ■* *ro* marker; the oca north 17 de~
fraaa aad IS miaetaa waatBS eOahaiua
to aa leap marker, earner of Jaaaa B.
vMalow’a kaira aad David Ooa; thaoaa
north IS dafraea aad 41 mlaataa aaat
marker: thanee to* tarn* eosrsa 3
oh* Ins to the center of toe said Nor
folk Souther* Railroad rigkt-ol-waf:
to«»** *oato 3d degress and 38 atla
utaa asst W chains to the beginning,
eon mining ill* Mrs*, aort or lass
Thu to* list day of Juna, 1817.
—— CHAN. JOHNSON,
•HAL Clerk tHipsrior.Oonrt,
— Pwquiaaas County, N. 0
Stl8«f Valuable Firu
By authority of as *rdar of Ik* Su
perior Court of Chowan County, la a
proceeding tki rota last Its toil lor tb*
purpose of sousing the appoint meat of
a Trustee, to loro*lose a osrtslu dssd
of trust bsrsinaflsr rafsnad to, whish
proossdlng Is sain Isd - 011*0110 Ward
aad others vs. harsh O OopsUad aad
otosrs." I, Orlando Ward, Trusts#, by
virtue of sforussid s..!hort!jr, ^n| sail,
for oasb, at Iks Court House door la
•duals*. North Carnllaa, Cbowaa Os.,
at aooa. or hstwesn to# hour of II a»
o'clock a. at. uud 1 .00 o'* ock p. a. OS
August 30th, (Thursday) lhl7. Us tract
of Uad barutaaflsr dssrrtbsd. to satis
fy a no is of 8*78.00 slgaad by Aiak.
OopsUad aad his wIfs. Narab 0 Peps
laad, which aald hots is peel Css, aad
doomed having beau aisiU by ton own
er aad holder, aad said ual* U also
mads by aald Trusts*, by further au
thority. vested U him uodar to* dead
of Trust slgasd by Ales. OopsUad aad
wife. Barak 0. OopsUad. of svsa data
with rf nrsuu I it note, aad toad* to sw
ears tb* pay a sat thereof, default has
lag bsaa seeds U to* payasat I hereof,
to* aforesaid deed of trad* aulhorlatag
sal* of to* afcrsaald laad. described as
Bounded on tba North by tba Made
a* UiaOay Maaefactartag Company, or
formerly owned by tba said oompaay;
oa tba Neat by Iba laada at W. J. Oat
law ; oa tba Mootb by tba laada at TX
Ward; aad oa Ibo Waat by Iba laada at
U. M. Ward, aad la tba treat ol lead aa
wbleb aald Alas. Oopetaad formerly
lived, or Mved at tba Uma of bid fluid,
aad ooBlalaa (M) alaot y-Ave aeraa ba
tba same more or laaa
Maid daad of trust may ba toumd ra
oordod la Daad Boo* No. It at payee
tM-tlil of tba oBee of Hayletar of
Dead* of Caawaa Coaaty.
This the xotb day of July, 1*17,
A. P. GODWIN, Troatee.
mm m —————g-jc
North CaroUoa, Baparlor Oaart,
Perqulataea Ouoaty. Oet. Term. IBM,
>-— Bath WSlla./T’laletlir,
Obarlaa White, Dalaadaat.
Tba above MmaJ dafaodaat wtU
taka aotloa Ibat aa aetloa anti tied aa
above baa bare 1 a el u tiled la tba Ba
parlor Court hf Parqalmaaa Coaaty by
tba above earned plaintiff and tfilatl
tba above asm ad defendant - tba par
poaa of tba aald action belay to Beware
a divorea from tba beada of matrimony
la behalf of tba plaintiff agaiaat tba
Tba aald dafaodaat will further taka
aotloa that ba la required aad com
manded la ba aad appear before tba
Jsdye of oar Mipertor Chart or a larm
of aald Oaart to bo bald for tba Oaaaty
of Porqabaaaa oa tba Btb Monday after
the Brat Monday la MaptamUr. 1*17 -
aama belay oa the Ittb day of October.
1*17 - aad a newer or demur to tba
complaint to bo A|ad la aald aotloa;
otherwise tba relief prayed for la tba
eomplalal will, upon proper aaaaa
,show a. ba granted
July Btb, 1*17.
<Ba»* Ma parlor Oaart.
M«m beUar Made. CaM am
THOMPSON A PBNTZ, BIO
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Norfolk, V,. »d*t.
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