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Mr. John Blanchard and (amity
ware guests at the home of Mr.
R- N. Twine Sunday afternoon.
M casts. Kader Riddick and Eu
(gene Twine were the guests o<
Misses Annie and Savannah
Rountree Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Joanna King spent Bator
day night and Sunday with Mrs.
J. 8. Rountree.
Mrs. A. R. Stallings spent Sun
day afternoon with Mrs. Jesse
Mr. Cecil Bunch accompanied
Mias Etta Hurdle to church Snn*
Mine Maggie Moere spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with her
sister, Mm Minnie Rountree.
Mr. Pool Hobbs accompanied
Mias Bet tic Twine to church Bun
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Bunch wen
guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Bunch Sunday.
Messrs. Lycurgus Overman and
- AJvaa Blanchard called oa the
Misses Bunch Sunday evening.
E. X*. Hurdle cellud on W. G.
Bunch Sunday morning.
Mr. Bngune Twin* railed on a
lady friend Thursday afternoon.
C G. Bunch and J. T. Winston
called on J. B. Twine Thursday
Mr. John Riddick called to aw
Misa Elton Eason Tuesday sight
Mr. sod Mrs. W. F. Bag ley
called on Mr. sod Mrs. J. E.
Twine Tuesday night.
Mm. W. G. Bunch and daugh
ter, Lena. Meadamcs Dora ant
Aicthia Stalling* and children
called at the home of Mr. J. S,
Rountree Tueaday afternoon.
Mr. John Riddick accompnniet
Mies Savannah Bountice home
from church Thursday night.
Mr. Robert Riddick accompa
nied Misuse Fatina and Margaret
Hixon to chnseh Sunday night.
Mrs. L H. Hurdle visited Mm
E N. Twine Sunday afternooo.
Mr. W. G. Bunch and daugh
tees, Minnie and Lena, called al
the home of Mr. J. K. Twin*
National Hog Cholera Pra
Tantatira fhorlra tfca Cholon
in throe day*. Advt
After t pleasant visit to Mrs.
N. E. Ohappell Mbs Mary Cart
wright returned house Buadey.
Mr*. B. W. Boyce of Hertford
spent the week-end with her
riMfhter. Mrs. f. £. Chappell.
t *>■ V. HoiloweiJ of Trotvilie
was the week-end guest of hb
brother, B. J. HolloweiL
Miss Curley of E. City is visit
ing Miss Mary Perry at this writ
Masdaaaes R. L. Ward and W,
T. White of North Eden ton via
feed Mrs. J. G. Goodwin Monday
. Mr. 0. B. Chappell and Mbs
Mary Cartwright attended ser
vices at Pleaeaat Grove last
Mbs Bessie Chappell was the
wank and guest of the Miaaes
Ward near Pleasant Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. SL W. Turner
and children visited Mr. and Mrs
Jim Jordan of Bclvhfrre Farm
Mr. w. r. Copelaad t ad asoth
or spent Bandar at the borne of
Mr Asa Stallings aear Ohapa
MUa Blanche BpraOl aad ria
tar, Margaret, called oo Miao Baa
ale OhappeU last Thnnday after
Mr. Wallace Jordan spsat last
Friday at tha hooM of Mr. Sd
Mr. t«d Mrs. B. B. Chappell
aad daaghter, Blaach. aad Mr.
V. I> OhappeU atteodrd aarrkaa
at Flaaasat Qroee Baa day.
W. W. BpraiH called oa E.W.
Hog Cholera Checked and
Controlled in 3 Days.
THE NATIONAL HOG CHOLERA PREVENTA
TIVE COMPANY, Raleigh, N C , has a chemical com
pound on the market that will absolutely prevent, check
and control the Hog Cholera iu THREE DAY8 It has
been demonstrated, time and again, and proveo to the en
tire satisfaction o! some of the largest hog raisers in East
ern North Carolina. There are many prominent farmers
in Chowan. Gates, Perquimans. Hertford, Bertie, Lenoir.
Martin, Duplin, Pitt and Craven Counties who will strong
ly endorse the NATIONAL HOG CHOLERA PRE
Mr. E White, owner of “BLACK ROCK FARM.’*
just across the Chowan river, in Bertie, is now using the
REMEDY on his herd of 176 hogs. Cholera broke uut in
this splendid herd and in three days we had the disease
under control. Mr. Williams, Supt. of “BLACK ROCK”
will vouch (or this atatemeut.
Mr. C. B. Ward, Hobbsville, Gates County, had strug
glad with this fatal disease (or three years. It completely
wiped hi* herd out last year.. This year the cholera had
taken all but eight bogs and when the representative of
NATIONAL HOG CHOLERA PREVENTATIVE took
charge of the herd, Friday July 37th. Three aboats were
in the last stage of cholera. One shnat fell over the trough
and was not able to stand up to eat. He was held up to
tha trough. Today, August 11th. the 8 hogs are well and
the NATIONAL HOG CHOLERA PREVENTATIVE
has a friend in Mr Ward.
Mr. John J. Baines, Qatesville, was daily dragging
several hogs ofl. His entire herd seemed doomed W hen
the rep'eacntaiive of NATIONAL HOG CHOLERA
PREVENTATIVE appealed on the scene he found a de
plorable sight. Hogs were dying, hogs were dead there on
the lot and every remaining hog was sick. Mr. Baines had
put three over the fence that morning to die. The repre
sentative, with the help of Mr. Baines, began using the
NATIONAL HOG CHOLERA PREVENTATIVE im
mediately. This was August, Tuesday 7th to August,
Saturday 11th. Only one little pig died. He would not
cat. The disease was checked, death rate stopped and oo
the 11th of August the herd was doing fine and in good
Mr. J. J. Copeland, Ryland, Chowan County, bought 6*
pounds of the remedy and before he had used one pound
he voluntarily told the representative that he had already
got his money's worth.
Mr. D. T. Ward, Byland, slated to the representative
that he thought he had at last found what be had long
been looking for. He pulled one of his large ahoats up to
the trough and forced him to eat a mixture containing a
maximum dose of the remedy. The hog was not able to
squeal. Last reports, the hog was getting well.
Mr. /. J. Riddick, Gatesville, put one of his sick pigs
on a diet containing the prescribed dose. >#The pig's tail is
curling ngain" says Mr. Jack Riddick.
Mr. Charley White, Boaley, haa four little sboatsthat
are pulling through. When the representative found the
little fellows they were breathing their last. Their eyes
were dosed, they maggsrid when they walked, the ikia
wae parched and cracked, they had the thumps. They were
put on the treatment August |Tth and August 11th they
were all living and asach stranger. U you are near any ol
these parties watch the results of our treatment.
We have hundreds of just sfleh cases. We are trying
to reach you before the Cholera does. You can help ua
do this by letting us know where you are. Go to your
mere hast and aak him to supply you with the NATIONAL
HUG CHOLERA PREVENTATIVE. Ask your neigh
bor to lend you a package until you can get yours. We
c*n rtemp out the Cholera II you will comply with the di
rection found oa the package containing NATIONAL
HOG CHOLERA PREY ENT ATI VR COMPOUND.
The following merchants have the remedy on sale:
T. 8. WHTT8, Eden ton,
L. M. ROUNTREE, Hobbevillc,
G. Av HOLLO WELL, Rytand,
RIDDICK'S STORK, Qatnsville.
Over 100 pounds was distributed la the neighborhood
of By land last week. We are all around GateeviUe with it
Several demonstrations at Eure. Gates Station. Bosley and
HobbsviUe. Aak your neighbors about it NATIONAL
HOG OHOLBRA PBBYENTATITE, the remedy that
prevents, checks and controls Hog Cholera.
We are going to place it with your merchant also at
EURE. OATES STATION, DRUM HILL. SUNBURY.
OORAPRAKR. BOSLEY. CENTER BILL, and other
points, just as soon as our representative can reach the
points. Watch out for him.
The remedy is • powdered chemical compound and It
will completely eradicate the worms from your hogs, keep
their livers in clean condition, make the hog increase more
rapidly in weight and it completely immune* the hog from
CHOLERA. We can take 16c worth ol the remedy and
drench the hog that is not able to cat, and completely
make a well hag out of a 100 lb. sise hog. The dose is
broken according to size of hog. Thu 16c worth is given
to the hog in 11 dunes, covering a period of three weeks,
an average of 6c per week per 100 lb. bog. It is fed to the
hog in his food. If you can get the hog to eat three times,
the hag is safe. WE HAVE A RECORD OF SAVING
^0 PER CENT, .of infected herds that we treat.
Our work is going on in your neighborhood. Will you
give us a chance to prove the merits of the remedy ?
By all means get in touch with our local salesman or our
traveling representative before it is too late.
U you hare triad everything on earth for the
Ciiolara aadkav* iailad to gpt reunite, favorable; it
If tlmo to try our remedy at ear eiponee. until you
Prevent the cholera by treating your well hogs and
SAVE 90 per cent, of your infected herd by using the
NATIONAL BOG CHOLERA -PREVENTATIVE
COMPOUND. To wait is folly when cholera is all around
you, SAVE the HOG aod STARVE the ENEMY. This
is a big gua with which to fight
“WATCH US WORK”
NATIONAL 100 CHOLERA PREVENTATIVE COMPANY,
Huron MO STOCK MM, MI0M, N. I.
M. E Winston, Traveling Representative, Address: ia tMiw-diteew
Turner Saturday night.
After a few days stay with ret'
stives at Pleaaaut Grove Mrs.
Edward Chappell came home
Meadames R. W. Boyce and
J. E. Chappell called on Mrs. R.
W. Turner Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hollowed
and children and Mr. D.V. Holl
owell were guest* at the home oi
Mr. J. B. Chappell Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Bat night
and children have returned from
a visit to relatives in Washington
Mesdatnes George Bateman,
Jr., end G B. Parker visited Mrs
W, M. Matthews Friday after
Mr. Jack Outlaw of Norfolk
spent the week end with hie.pn
rents, Mr. sod Mm Bothic Out
Mr Merritt Morgan called to
son Mbs Mattie Sowed Friday
Miss Carrie Miller is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Herbert Howell.
Mr. John Stallings and family
visited Mr. and Mr*. Outlaw Sun
Mr.O. B Parker, Mrs. J. H.
Parkrr and children motortd to
town Friday afternoon.
Mr. LilUao Lane escorted Mias
Lucille Matthews to B. Y. P. D.
Mr. John Stallings, Jr., Misses
Virgie Outlaw and Pauline Dali
were out “Fording** Sunday af
Mr. and Mrs. C B. Parker
spent Saturday afternoon and
night with Mr Ben Thatch.
Mrs- J. H. Parker and children
visited her father, Mr, Luciu,
Mrs. Scott and children «f
Norfolk ere visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Parrish.
The Mieses Howell entertained
company Saturday evening.
Mins Bose hod Powell of Nor
folk visited Mss Evelyn Parker
After a visit to .relatives In
Hertford little Miu Sulla 'Dali
has returned home. ?
Mr. Lloyd Elliott escorted
Miss Mattie Howell to the B. Y.
P, U. Suaday evening.
Mattoool Eh Cfc#4n f r»
▼eotative dear* op tho >ver
•4 tho hog. Agvt.
HobtarrlBo lm ji
Mra resale Murray eod little
•on, Rickard, Of Wewjksd aft
visiting her slater. Mo. W. L.
Mra Oibeoa and children of
Norfolk arc her* visiting relatives
Mrs John 0 White and child
tea. Cleo Jacdh. Julian and llttU
Umphrett. and Mra Pat Blanch*
ard spent Sunday here with rein
Mbs Eugenia Dali of Bdenton
spent Satarday sdth Mra D. H.
Mr. Sena Pierce of Bnjnry
jre* the guest of Miss Ulde Hobbe
Sawfcjr eftemopn end evening.
Mlwen Sibyl Burseil and Ellic
Eonafree spent the tatter pert of
lest week with thqr aoesio, Mias
Eunice Whitekeed, of Belvidere.
Mesem W. D. Hobbe sod J. L,
Rountree accompanied them
borne Sunday afternoon.
Mcaera, Ambrose and Rimer
Proctor of Bethel were visitors
here lest week.
(Marions Rountree spent from
Thursday until 'Sunday with
>Mkm$ Essie end Ladle Spivey
Mr. Paul Sykes end Hater.
Mias Grace, are spending some
Urns with thek brother, Mr. W.
Miss Sal Be Blanchard ret armed
house Saturday might after •
••ah's stay »a Norfolk oad Ports
Mr. Julian Rountree of the
Suffolk Military Co . came home
fchwAf olffht end spent » few
The orphanage singing class of
Goldsboro will give a conceit In
the Hobbsville Graded school
building Wednesday evening,
August 88. at 8 o'clock. Ad
mission: 15 and 86 cents.
National Hog ChnlacaJisa
vaut alive aavoa90j(of iaM*
•d barb. Adrt.
Sale of Valoabla Farm
By authority at an order at tha Bo
parlor Court at Chowan CooMg, la o
proooodUif lh- rule MeUluted lev tha
purpose of oaudaf the appointment of
a Treatee, to toreotoea s aerials good
•(trust hereinafter ralartad ta. Vhtoh
proceeding la aaUilad -OtUada Ward
•ad others re. Sarah C. OopeUad aad
•ana* I. Ortando Ward, bnui, hy
▼Irtes at aforesaid aumartty. Witt sail,
Bor ooah. as tha Oeert Bauaa dee* In
Bdsntoa, Worth Ckrwllua, Chawus Oa.,
at bom. or between tha hour d Utt
o'elouh a. m. and 1 .-00 o'efoak p. m. gn
hornet SOU, (Thareday) MW, the treat
of land hereinafter described, be nth
fy a ueta of S*7SJ» algaaS by Alan.
OopeUad and bU Vila, Sarah a Pegs
(•ad, vbteh said snOe U pass dna, and
daatand having baaa mads by tta.awv
sr aad bo Met, aad said sate W ulna
■ado by said Trustee, by further an
Shortly, rested U him uadar tbn deed
at Treat signed by Ales. Oepataadand
wife, Sarah a OspnUnd. of even tees
with aforesaid note, and wade to so.
euro tba payment thereof, default he v
lag been made UUe payment thsraef,
Ue abinislil deed of Trrtl telhssbdeg
sals of the pfaransld lead, described sa
MUM u lk« Mortk by tk* —
of tk* Gay bMufMUrUi Otayiaf, *r
tormerly trwood by Ik* Mid* TrTl|r rj ;
u U* lut by tk* lufi *f W. 1. Oil
l*v j on Ik* Boo Lb by U* Uada «TtX
Ward; ud oa Ik* W*ol by «k* load* *1
B. I. Wort. *kd i* tk* tr**t ofkydw
vbtok aold iki. (byduf lormarly
llTrt, or lived ol Ik* Uu* *f hi* talk.
**>i eoktolB* (N) oloxydf* mm k*
Ik* mb* mot* or Im.
Bold dood of mat My bo lo*kd to
sorted U Dood Book Vo. Id o* y*y
uma or tk* «bm *t n i|bm of
Deed* of Okovu Cmty
Thlatko MB tayotlily, l»lf.
4 OADAVDO waju>,
A F. GODWIN, Jt ..
A Uoi My.
Mndiau J. T. Twlae iad M.
Bright ruitcd relative* ia E. City
> Mr*. J erne Aabeil end daugh
ter, Mra. Morgan, ol Edwtoa
Fiaited Ufa ty. H. ^wine thf
latter part-of Igat wttk
Mya. George Sutton and baby
of E. City vi*fted Mra. Twlag'
and other relative# kerelaat week.
T. C. end g. W. Taviae made
» butineaa trip tp Edaotoa Satur
Mr*. -Maiy Bymm /cagad oa
Mi** Maggie Bunch Sunday
Mr. and Mra. W. J. Bycga#
■pent Thursday La Norfolk oa
Mra. B. M., Hpiloyell apaat
Buuday aftaruooa with bar daagh
ter, Mra. I*ball.
Mr. aod Mat. B, H. HollpwcU
are apaadlag a few days at the
■Mahore below Norfolk.
G. D. and A. V. Aabeil made
• hurried trip to Eden ton Mam
day to attend to aooM important
Mead am e« 4*bcU, Xypa,
Suttoo and child called oa rMaa
daaaoa T. a aad E. W. tVko
Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Byymn via
•ted hi* brother. Mr. J. P. By
f«o, la Sufolh Thuraday might
Mr. aad Xn. B. X. Hollo wall
aad family an apaaditg a lav
day* at Ocean Vlear.
A. V. Aabell motored to. Hart
ford Mooday morafag
Mr and Mi*. /L P. Tofae ol
Tyoer Halted hi* brother, Mr.
W. H. Twiae, Soaday,
Mina Mary AehaB la tfHtfag
her Hater, Mar A. 8. Marri*. at
Mr. Nathan Boach nod Hater,
Him Maggie, apant leaf Than
day aad Frida* at the homo of
Mr. W. J. Byiam.