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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chappell
apeat Budsj near Hertford with
their daughter, Mra. T. W. Nixon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Perry and
children apeat Sunday in Hert
ford with relatives.
Ml* Maggie Phelpa of Ply
mouth la the gue* of Mra. L. L
Mlaaea Lena HoUoweU, Blsic
Turner, Maggie Phelps. Lcta Bee
night and Bessie Chappell called
on Mhw Sadie BooweU Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Mixell and
Mrs. W. L. Boswell are viafttag
relatives in Bertie county this
Mra. W. W. SpruOl and child
ren spent Saturday afternoon In
Mr. Ernest Boswell, Misses
Lena HoUoweU, HI sic Turner
and Bessie Chappell were out
motoring Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Bertie MiUcr is visiting
friends in Paradise.
Mr. sad Mrs. B. T Mixell. Mr.
and Mra. L. L. Baaaight. Mr and
Mra. G. W. Thomas, Mn. W. L.
Boswell, Mis. R. B. Lane and
haby. Misses Maggie Phelps, Ssdc
Boswell and Leia Baaaight, Mew
ars. B. L. and W. R. Boswell,
Bruce Baanight and Gus Perry
motored to B. City Sunday af
Mrs. Charlie Jones and child*
ren of Paradise were guests of
Mrs. L. Miller last week.
The visitors at the home of Mr
Bdwar«l Chappell Sunday after
noon were Misses Lena HoUowcll
Btsie Turner. Blanche and Mar
garet Spruill, Messrs. Htldred
and Johnnie Jordan. Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Turner and children,
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Chappell and
Misses Elsie, Turner and Lena
Hollowed are visiting Mrs. R. W
Messrs C. B. and N. S. Chap
ped, Johnny and Hildred Jordan
Misses Lena Hollowed,
Turner and Bessie Chappell at
tended the B.Y.P.U. at Bethel
We arc sorry to report mem
bers of Mr. Rufus Hollowed**
family very ill.
Mr. Patrick Ward and sisters.
Mitre* Nannie pud Mamie, visited
friends in Hobt»vilie Sunday.
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Hickory Fork Items
Nr*. Geurgn Sutton amt bel»y
“f B OUy cauie Monday to visit
her ulster, Mrs. c B. Sitteraon.
Mr and Mt* N R (j>JW)|nnd.
.Menara. Aidin' Morgan. Jiihnui.
Uilh-r uitil Wmbni A. Uai-diMm.
Mia*#. C<>rni« Smith. Eimn .
Mor, un and Carrie Smith wen
visitor* at the home of Mr N.T.
Copeland Satardny evening
Mrs. 1C K Waif and children
, of Norfolk oame Salniday l*j viait
| Mr. Pan! Cheasoa uf Oak City
cams Matatday to viait Mr. and
Mrs L B. Hardiaou.
Messrs. Jim Urigga and Willn
Bivens and Miss Annie Riven*
called on Mim Willie Copelano
Misses Carrie Smith and Ratli
Che—on speul Saturday uigbt
with Alias Willie Copeland.
THE CITIZENS BANK 15
DISTRIttUTING A VAL
UABLE HAND BOOK
The Citizens Bans is giving a
way a book of valuable informa
tion that any (aimer will profit by
rending as it contains over 100
practical suggestion-, that will
save both TIME and MOMEY
The next time you are in tostn
go by and get one as they aie
Free for the ashing.—advt. Otpd.
Mias Judith Eure spent Mon
day afternoon aa the guest of
Mis. Judith Bawks.
Misses Mary and Ethel Speight
are the guesta of Mrs. L.M. Koun
Mrs. J. £ Pearce spent a lew
days recently in Norfolk.
Mins Della Lassiter has return
ed home after being one of the
house guests of Dr. acd Mrs. I. A
Ward of Belvtdere.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Brinkley August 12th a son, Ar
Mr. A. L. Lynch of Wallace*
ton, Va., was the guest of Mrs.
A. 8. Ward Monday night.
Miss Ethel Bunch is visiting
relatives in Chowan county.
Mr. W. P. Turner of Cyprcsa,
Va., spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. J. tt. Lassiter.
Misses Mary Oue and Mae
Jordan of Portsmouth are the
guests of Miss Esther Barnes.
Mias Gladys Missile of Palmy
ra, N. 0., is the gu«»t of her col
lege friead, Miss Josie Hobbs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barnes of
Dabney, N. (J., arc spending a
while at the home of his parents.
Min Esther Barnes entertained
at a lawn party Tuesday evening
In honor of her guests. Misses
gjBoru to Mr. and Mrs. Linwood
Benton Sunday August. 12th, a
aMn. J. L.Borcuas and Mian
Maggie Norcum were the guests
of Mrs. A. L. Brinkley Saturday
Mr. A A Bar ms of the Meth
odist orphanage will prsash at
Zion M. B. Chuteh on Aogost
26th In tbs afternoon.
Miaaas P lores cs Bfannhard and
Sal lie Hadgias and Mr. Pat
Btanehard usrs guests of Miss
Charlotte sad Mr. Jos Winslow
Mr 0. W. Hinton and family
ware tha gassts of Mr. A. 8.
Mrs. Elisa Bandy and ski Id ran
of E City, and Mrs. M. J. Hnr
luli and suns wars (toasts of Mm.
J. H. Spfvcy Thsrsdny.
Miss Lanas Ward of Bosley
■pout last ossk with ksr grand
motksr, Mrs J. M Brow*.
Ms—a. Lsydsa brotksrs sad
CodsM of Edsotoa spout loot
rsekmd vhk tkstr senates Mae
*n». Julian aud Herbert Hudgins.
Muons Lanm uud Alice Spivny
entertained Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Hudgins
and children, James sod Ernest,
spent Saturday and Sunday in
Mien M.tlilx Itlnucliard is sway
«>u a flail t*> 3li«« Minnie Perry
Mln< Alice Spivey entertained s
friend Woilnmday evening.
For Infants and Children
h» Um For Ov*r 30Years
North Rylnnd News
Mrs. J. C. Jordan exiled to see
Mrs. U. O Chappell Friday eyes
Mr*. I. I. Forehand is very ill.
Mrs. S.irah Jordan iv spending
a few days with htr «un, Mr. El
bert Jordan, near H.iriclUville.
Mrs. H C. Chappell is on the
Mr. md M* A H Jotdan
called to «ec Aits. L. E Fore
hand Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. W. Jordan ar d Wesley
Raper calhd on Mr. L L. Fore
hand Sunday morning.
Mr. J. C Jordan attended meet
ing at Aulandcr Saturday aid
Sale of Reel Estate
By Virtue of a d.-croe of Him Xuperloi
Court ol Clio -at. County, S, C, lu the
apet lal grvoandinga of A. Baa* eeo wile
AC it tie Luo, at al, against Julio Hol
low* I aud wife, AAolUu U. Hollowed,
et al., I will aril for uaah bt fora
tha iwait hnuae door la Abienton.
N. C , on Saturday Uie ZXad day of
ikplemli.-r, Uli. at 12 o'cluek H., tha
following deacrlbcd real oatate In
Chowan County North Carolina, Oolong
lag to the Batata of the lata tlulutoe
Beat, davaaaad, lo-wil:
(I) Beginning at Brier Ball lauding
at a Black Gam ; tnenoa running Jaaae
Smlth'M line to Hubert Nlaun'a line,
ooroaring at Q. T. liana' and others
linns at a Black Jack . luanes a straight
llns to XUumOooowiu'a anil John Base'
line; Uo-nca a straight Hue to the rrver
along said Bass' One. chenoe along tha
rlrar to tlio Ural atsUoo, oootaiuing
fifty acres, more or |. as, aud being the
property Conveyed to Uulntoo Boss by
Wllllatu h. Myers aud wlfa. Lav Mu*
Hyem, Aptd loth, ineu, by dead dolt
reutftvierl la ufiim of Heglstar of lyusda
for Chowan County, In ueeti book "1"
W ocgiuaiug *t« Uum ill While’.
Uwliiif huiul, winch Ulricas u»* Am
guelua Base uwct (rum the land be twin
iwhirtM; iheuc* rubbingBooth 43 itu
»nwWeni, •iun| Hlu di> leiotinJ Hue,
to • Ouleei. tee Buelbwrat puiut uf the
tfuiaton Bene property; thvaue North
uiie-beli uugrec teal 34 l-lll uLuli.e to
a 11*y uuu Uum ixmimm . thvue* Aortb
Mi <iegivt> um to While'* Luillut
leouu ; hf.il UUMtlhUJl 4 III . M lhlgl.1 lilit)
from an Id ruad to a ataka; theuoe Mouth
» dsgrsaa Waat to . Uum aad eontlno
lug lk a etndgki lluo from etln Old to
Wklta’a Landtag teal, aad up th« road
to baglaulag point, ooatatalag forty
four acre*, more or laaa, aad being that
part remalalag of the Parry Aakley
tract after a eoaveyaace of ferty-four
•area, more oi laaa, to Auguataa Bam
by Uuiu lob Mesa, by deed duly raglatar
*d la oikoa uf kegiei *r of Loads for
Chowan Cuuaty, la book "IT" page ltd,
rafareuee to which la made.
Thl* 20th day ot Aaguet, IMT.
M. H. LkAMY.
Coder and by virtue of a dead uf trust
axauuted to W. B. YnvvUby the farm
ere KduuaUoaal Uo-Oparutlv* t'ulau of
Am or lea, Macedonia Local Mo. KIM,
listed lie camber M, 1913, aad raglatar
*d la Book Mo. 33. pegea gMr-7, lMgla
ter of Ikon uMoe ler Cbawaa County,
M. 0., default haelag boon made la the
payamal M the note* severed by said
laatraaieat, 1 will **11 for caeti before
the Court H*ue* door la UeMee, M.O.
ua Mai unlay the 33a M day of Beptambar,
1M7. at 12 u’eluak M.. the follow lug da
sari bed tract of land in He.nad Iowa.
Ship, aaM Oonety aad Mate :
Uegtunlug at aa liee stake oa Weak
afda of Maaadaala Moad at Minor's Una,
those* Westwardly aloag Miner's lias
44 yards lu aa Irwa Stake; I a ease North
wardly parallel with tha sold Masada
ala Moad M yards to a gam; thsnsa
East wardly parallel with Millar* Una
44 yards to Millar's eorwor, ptaao of ba
glaelBp. eoutalalag laara, maaa or laaa.
TMa auth day af Aagest. 1*17.
W. ft PftlTOTT,
M. ft LEAST, Tramaa
A Iter hay at Law.
Here he is—good okl PEPSI - Cola! The
mo«t succotslul " thirst - killer ” that ever
was. Never whs a thirst, not even one of
those dry, “co**ony,“ mkl-eumroer thirsts
that hiia a dunce with a PEPSI - Cola.
It just goes like lightning when this tall,
tinkly, " ice - bergy ’* glass of PEPSI -
Cola lieaves in sight.
Try M just see how refreshing and invigorating
a drink can be. And don't bo selfish—have the
grocer deliver a case home mo the kiddies can
enjoy it. too.
Gdenton cJ&sH? SBotiiiny Co.
__W»deFroa Tri-Fare Distilled Water_ Rube Midrin, Proprietor
Nttice tf Sale of lovern*
By authority of the Secretary
of Commerce and the Commix
lionet of Fisheries, sealed uids
for the purchase of-Launch Pe
trol,” at the Bureau of Fiaherie*
Station, Edeutoo, North Carolina,
will be received at the aliove eta.
toon, op to 5 P. M , Septe.' ber
IS, 1917. The government re
serve# the right to reject uny and
ail bids, deemed inconsistent with
the value of the boat's equipment ;
*• Launch Petrol' i» a twin
•crew power boat equipped with
two 124 h.p. Laibrop engines.
Her length is 45 feet over all.
beam 13 ft and draft 34 ft The
boat b 00m ptelely housed, with
oetmwain cabin, eApiau>‘a quar
ters, kitchen, engine room and
For farther description and in
formation you will correspond
with the raperiatesdeat.
W- *• MOBOAN. ttupt.
*t _B lewtuw, N. C.
Ttfc b a arasMas amend amsctslo
*r»^ej>sek Ike FemsriAms
Sale of Valuable Farm
By authority of <ui order ol lb* Hu
fstlut Uiuit uf Cliueari County, in a
(iiue*nil«|I ib leu* iu*l<int«-u ' *.| the
purpose of oaimiug (ho uppolnl ment ol
a Trust**,*, to foreclose a certain J«**i
off trust heroiuaJLcr r*l**rie«l to. which
proceeding l« oall'lixl "Orltmlo Ward
and other* vs. huriOi C. Copeland and
other*." I, Urlaido Ward, Truelaa, by
virtue *d ur»t«*ai*l autliurlly, will Aril,
for curb, at the Court liouec uooi In
bdrulou, North Carullha, Chowan Ur*.,
at noon, or between Un- hour of 11 oU
o'cliwk a. in. and 1 .00 o*c .oek |i. m. on
August Soth, (Tl*ur»oay) liil7, the tract
of land her*. Inuftar oererihed, to nils
ry a not* ol »3;a.U> signed by Ale*.
Uopoland ami id* wile, Sarah C. Dope
htnrl, widt h said note J* pa*t ouc, anti
Jvaruil having been mail, by llmaua.
ar anil holder, anu *ald salt* K also
inaile by aalu Ttu*teo, by forllicr au
thority. vealrtl in bile under the deed
Of Trust signed by Ale*. Copeland am
wife. Saritb O. t'opeUi d. of even dan
wuh forvaaid note, and mad* v*> e*.
cuio lhe (ay mom thor<inl, default hav
ing been made In the pity merit thereof,
the aforesaid deed of trust authorising
aal-i of the af rcveld bind, deecrlhed a*
Iboiudod ou llie .Hoi lli by the land*
of I (■• flay Iduuurnctiirlng Cuhi|>auy, or
formerly owned liy the Held company ;
on tire Ire a l by the lauds ol W f. Out
law ; on the South by the lunda ol T.S.
Ward ; and tiu the West by th* land* of
a. N. W ird. and la thelrunt ol land on
which sold Ales. Cop* and lurmeily
llv«-d, oi lived at I lie i im* of hie death,
an i conialn» I#S, i.lmly-five acres Im
th*' same more ur les*
Sail i'ce*l of imct r,iu J be |(iUi, i rp.
Curled in Peed the* No Id m |>ug*s
«»■•«« of the *<Ace of Ib g'klc, ol
hei-'l* *»f C "»W-*h t *,**■,I v.
fhla'b* .-Cll*e»; **f July, |IH7
V I*. GODWIN, Truete*.
I OKOATC hlUNKR TRAINS IMM
■•RTM CAROLINA INTO TERMINAL
RTA. NORFOLK, WITHOUT TRANSFER
•••••••. • .»»
S.B. Tliu lotn.ving nenedul* fcaure*
publish txl an Information only aod are
i TRAINS LEAVE EOENTON .
Mil p. Ml., dally, Jtli.HT KX I'll Ess
tor KtyrUrviliti and Onarloite,
Pulltuan SIooj/Iok (Ur* for IUI*Vh
Krvltrrn and Ir.hmo1 i«u- eo.
U:» P.M.. Daily, for Haldol., Hold*,
liorv. lWaulort a> •' liiMittnetllalv
Mtadotis. Partf Cur aerve-a to
Wui'lilugtoo air: Nonetn
4:4Ja. Dl„ daily, Nielli K*pi<«* i*r
Norfolk. Pull man Sim ).rr
2:1** |>. in., tidily, Kxfr.«n Hertford,
Elniaheth City and Notloi>. l'uil*
uiau Uni nrviutt.
2:80 P. M. Daily tor Uonrord, Eilcabeth
City. Norfolk anti Inlertuudlata
T4*J A. M., Daily, axuapt Sunday, fur
MuBolk—arrive Suffolk u:#i A. U
lO.OU .A U., Dally eac- pt Suuday fui
St Sulk and I it term* Hate alatloua
Pi»r |mrtloula» apuly iit ».a liartioy
N *eUl At KdelllMl
J F. DALTON, G. P. A
Patrick Matthew* C« E.
Surveyor. Drains*.', Land Sully aod
AffrtmMnral Knirlinu-rttiy a Specialty.
U yoant expord.no*.
Sjmeial term* m Farmer*' Onion man.
rnRNTON. . N. C.
SHINGLES! SHINGLES! SHINGLES!
40 car loads for sale at reasonable prices. Avoid the high coat of slate
•Ml awtal roofs by using the real ahiogle that we all know will last for
ages without paint or other care.
VRITE TODAY FOR PRICES AND ORDER BLANK
Do your covering now before Imrvest time.
It is our pleasure to serve you.
E. I. WARREN, Sales Agent, Edenton, N.C.