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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD, N. C., FBID-AY, JUNE 11, 1937 1
LEGAL NOTICES l
XB , SALE. A NICE EIGHT-
room dwelling. house, and 3 , acres
of good farm land, located S miles
-from Hertford. ; A good, bay tor
any one interested in raising chick
ens and hogs, or truck crops. L. H.
K, care Perquimans Weekly,.
4nay 28 June 4 11 18
DIRT FOR SALE APPLY TO W.
C Moore, 201 West Queen Street.
: r ' Junel0,l7,24np.
In the Superior Court
Before the Clerk.
Pauline B. Madre and husband, W.
F. Madre, Jr., Plaintiffs,
Uvalena (Eleanor) Hall, and hus
band, Semore Hall, L. Edward
Taylor, and wife, Sarah V. Tay
The defendants Evalena (Eleanor)
Hall; and husband, Semore Hall, L.
Edward Taylor, and wife, Sarah V.
Taylor, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Perquimans County, North Carolina,
to sell lands belonging to the plain
tiffs and defendants as tenants in
common so that a division might be
had; and the said defendants will
further take notice that they are re
quired to appear at the office of the
lerk of the Superior Court of said
HToatfs 3n the courthouse in Hertford,
.I N. C on the 28 day of June, 1937,
. and answer or demur to the com-
:plaint in said action, or the plaintiffs
i will apply to the court for the re
Kef demanded in said complaint.
This 28 day of May, 1937.
W. H. PITT,
" ' Clerk Superior Court.
' By virtue of a deed of trust made
; to me by T. L. Jessup and wife, and
S. P. Jessup and wife for certain
: purposes therein mentioned, which
aid Deed of Trust bears date April
-25th, 1932, and is registered in the
office of the Register of Deeds of
Perquimans County, in M. D. Book
18, page 192, I shall, at the request
of the holder of the note secured
thereby, offer for sale at public auc
tion, for cash, at the Court House
door, in Perquimans County, on Mon
day, June 21st, 1937, at 11:30 o'clock
A. M., the property conveyed to me
in said deed of trust:
These two certain tracts or par
reels of land situated in Parkville
'Township, Perquimans County, des-
cribed si follows:
First That tract or lot known as
the W. L. Jessup Home Place in Win
Tall, Perquimans County, N. C,
bounded on north by highway from
Woodville to Winfall, east and south
by lands formerly of Robert White,
now Alexander Jordan, and west by
lot of Reed and Felton and highway,
and being all the property conveyed
to T. L. Jessup by S. P. Jessup, et
als, by deed -recorded in Book 19,
page 488, Perquimans County Re-
tlZ U0 J3U0ISStUlU0) p
cords, except tnat part soid to Reed
nd Felton by deed recorded in
Book 20, page 31, Perquimans Coun
ty Records. Referance to both are
hereby made for more complete des
cription. Second Three-fifths undivided in
terest in that certain farm in Park
ville Township, Perquimans County,
North Carolina, known as the Jordan
Farm, containing 100 acres more or
less and being the same farm con
veyed to W. Li Jessup by A. W. Jor
dan by deed recorded in Book 9,
page 59, Perquimans County records,
reference to which is hereby made
for further description.
This May 19th, 1937.
OHAS. WHEDBEE, Trustee
may 21 28 june 4 11 18
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of and order
of the Superior Court of Perquimans
I60th BIRTHDAY OF OLD GLORY
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Proudly waring in the breese far eight year s, Old Glory has been the symbol of oar country
since Jane 14, 1777, when ft woo adopted by the Continental Congress. At left t an artist's con
ception of the Ut S. Marines displaying the Na tional Flag and their colors. Right: Betay Ross,
traditional maker of the first Stan and Stripes. Below: the rattlesnake and Grand Uniea flags,
forerunners of Old Glory.
Eight score years have passed
smce Via Ulory became tne iiag oi
our country, and its birthday will be
celebrated on June 14. Almost the
same in design as it was 160 years
ago, its colors wave over our nation
as a symbol of justice to those who
seek liberty under its folds. It is
the most beautiful of all national
Tradition points to Betsy Ross as
the needlewoman whose fingers
wrought with loving care the first
sample of the Stars and Stripes, but
the fate of the original Star Spangl
ed Banner is unknown and it is dif
ficult to either prove or disprove the
Before the Revolution there were
many flags, some of them bearing
beavers, pine trees, anchors, rattle
snakes and other insignia, each of
them favored by one of the several
County, made in the Special Pro
ceeding entitled G. D. Towe, Admr.
of W. Harry Sampson, deceased, a
gainst Claud Sampson, Goldsboro
-upon the Special . Proceeding
Docket of said Court, the undersign
on 2uraq aures sir 'srs a uosdures
day of' June, 1937, at 12 o'clock M.
at the Courthouse door in Hertford,
N. C, offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash the following tract
of land situated in Parkville Town
ship, Perquimans County, North Car
olina, bounded as follows:
On the North by the Main road
leading to Hertford, on the East by
the Main road leading to Woodville,
on the South by W. H. Brite line on
Fork Swamp and on the West by the
lands of Mariah Sylvester, containing
acres more or less, same be
ing the lands conveyed by Jerry O.
This 21st day of May, 1937.
H. G. WINSLOW, Commissioner,
may 28 june 4 10 17
Sale of Valuable Property
By virtue of Deed of Trust exe
cuted by Joshua Skinner and wife,
Annie Skinner, for certain purposes
therein mentioned which said Deed of
Trust bears date May 14th, 1930, and
is registered in the office of the Re
gister of Deeds of Perquimans Coun
ty in Book M. D. No. 17, page 416, I
shall on June 16, 1937, at 12 o'clock
M. offer for sale at Public Auction,
for cash, at the Court House door in
Hertford, N. C, the property convey
ed to me in said Deed of Trust:
Second Tract Being in the Town
of Winfall, N. C, and bounded on
the North by King Street, on the
East by Chas. Parker's lot; south by
the main Road leading from Winfall
: So loir
WE HAVE A SUPPLY OP ALL
SEE US FOR YOUR NEEDS
colonies. The Grand Union Flag, in
which the British Jack was shown
where the stars now appear in a blue
field, was the immediate ancestor of
Both the Grand Union Flag and
one bearing a rattlesnake design
were carried ashore in the Bahamas
in 1776, when U. S. Marines and
blue-jackets captured guns and am
munition from the British. During
its brief career the former flag was
accorded many honors, but it was
never fqf-mally acknowledged by Con
gress. Since June 14, 1777, our only flag
has been the Stars and Stripes, be
cause on that date it was officially
adopted by the Continental Congress.
From time to time changes in the
numbers of stars or stripes have been
authorized, but the basic design re
mains much the same.
to Belvidere; west by Andrew Jones
lot, containing one acre, more or less
and being the same lands purchased
by Alfred Skinner and wife from
Judge Albertson in 1892, and known
as lot No. 12. See Deed Book No.
4, at page 254.
This instrument conveying the
one-fifth undivided interest of Joshua
Skinner in the above lands, same
being the lands of his father, Alfred
Skinner, deceased. Tract No. 1 men
tioned in the above described Deed of
Trust has been sold under prior lien.
J. S. McNIDER, Trustee
may 21 28 june 4 11
NOTICE OF RESALE
Whereas on May 15, 1937, at the
courthouse door in Perquimans Coun
ty, the. Whiteston schoolhouse and
site was sold, and whereas the bid
has been raised:
Now, therefore in accordance with
the laws of North Carolina, I will
on Saturday, June 19, 1937, at 12
o'clock M. at the Court House door
offer for sale the following described
The Whiteston school "buflding and
site (furniture excepted). ' -
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated and posted this June 2,
F. T. JOHNSON,
Superintendent of Schools,
june 11 18
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There have been many highlights
in our flat's history. John Paul
Jones' frigate Ranger received a
salute from the French in Quiberon
Bay, February 14, 1778, the first
salute to the Stars and Stripes from
a foreign power. Lieutenant Presley
N. O'Bannon, of the U. S. Marines,
hoisted it at Derne, Tripoli in April,
1805, the first time it was ever
flown over a fortress of the Old
By the dawn's early light, Sep
tember 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key
saw the Star Spangled Banner float
ing over Fort McHenry and com
posed the song which is now our
national anthem. Our flag has been
beloved by Americans, eulogized by
statesmen, and carried to every part
of the globe. In recent years it has
been the custom to observe June 14,
the anniversary . of our flag's adop
tion, as Flag Day.
Mrs. E. N. Miller, Mrs. Effie Mil
ler, Mrs. George Roach and Misses
Mary Elizabeth White, Esther Perry
and Celesta Godwin attended the
Federation meeting in Hertford last
Miss Mary Elizabeth White spent
the week-end with Miss Celesta God
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Barber and
children and Mrs. Eva Stalling of
Winfall visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Godwin Sunday evening.
, , Whm yon trade in jrour car to buy new
ooe you flod joa get a bier trad4n aU
. , . ; Ilere are actual letters from automobile
dealers who say: '
.' "We can assure you that
comparison in the trade-in
, tomobilei which have had
; through lubrication and
"Proper lubricatioo adds
Ernejji W. Morgan left Friday fori
fSiaiMl Kill where he " la i: attenHinv I
Mrs. J. ' H. - Miller visited her
daughter, Mrs. H. T. West, st Ayden
last week. " t
Miss Beulah Roach, of , Norfolk,
spent the week-end w:ui her pa
rent9 Mr. and Mrs, J, R. Roach. : I
.Mrs. T. E, Morgan and daughters,
Eula Mae and Louise, spent Sunday
at Nan Head.
Mr. and Mrs.' W. F. Corprew of
Edenton-Hertford - highwsy visited
Mr. and JUrs. E. C. Hollowell . Sun
iMr. a.nd Mrs. Harvey stalling? oi
near Winfall spent Sunday witn Jttr.
and Mrs. David Miller.
, Mr. and Mrs. George TrueMood
spent Sunday with Mrs. Trueblood'a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith,
, Mrs. Leigh White and children of
Norfolk, are visiting Mr, and mnuC.
; Mrs. B. M. Jones is visiting Mrs.
Miss Ruth Hurdle left Wednesday
ior E. C. T. C. where She is attend
ing summer school. -
Mr. and Mrs. - Wayland Howell
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carson
Howell, Mr. Howell and son,1 Louis
Howell, Misses Alma and Sybil Ho
well of Beech Spring, Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Howell and son of Chowan and
Mrs. Ef fie Miller were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Miller Son-
Miss Carmen Morgan It lti?
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. U. Morgan. She returned to
Chowan College, Wednesday to' at
tend summer schooL ,
Mrs. J. E. Perry, Miss , Esther
Perry and Ervin Perry spent' Mon
day in Greenville and attended the
graduation exercises at E. C. T. C
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Morgan
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tadlock
MARSHALL WAYNE, HlgMNvtog
Csawslss) and Olympic manor.
Gives Mis Wow ) tastUnf
"T TBALTHY nerves are s diver's
XjL mainstay,'' lays ManhalL
"MmetM healthy and I try to sms
them healthy. I never hesitate to
enjoy a Camel whenever and
wherever I wast. lot mildness,
Camels are Vsy oot'ia franc"
M! 'The difference It in the green, viscous
lheavy-bo?i.ca with wLich l ltS. U
"! mads.' Most Cresses are ll.t-hod'.zi cL
melt out on
there is no
values of au-
proper care . , ylU'-
those, which '.'J
firom" 3(75 ta
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:,J,ho Heavier Yi:U
- Sweet potato plants set in, the
field before the middle of June will
produce better - yams and heavier
acre yields, said L. P. Watson, ex
tension horticulturist si State Col
lege, Jki ff
s When planted :ehrly7he explained,
they have the benefit of a long grow
ing season, and they usually have a
chance-to get fairly well establish
ed in the ground before extremelv
hot, dry weather sets in.
The crop will bo Improved If it r
receives a good grade of commercial
fertiliser containing three per cent -nitrogen,
eight per cent ' phosphoric
acid, and eight per cent potash ap- '
plied with a drill at the rate of 800
to 1,200 pounds per acrt. ., r
r -Two-thirds of .tbo-nitrogea-should .
come from inorganic sources and '
one-third from organic sources. The
potssb should be derived from mu- -
riate or sulphate of potash, Watson,
stated. , . . . , , -,
Stable manure should not be usef -Unless
it is well rotted and can be
broadcast at least a month before .
planting time. ' .'
Disease-free seedlings should be :'
planted in clean soil, if nossible. If
the soil is infested with stem rot or '
wilt, treat 4he seedlings with Seme-.
san, or dip the roots and stems in
R.' F. Poole,' plant natholorist.
He warned that Bordeaux mixture
may injure the plants unless used J
with caution. Treat only freshly dug
seedlings, and set them out immedi
ately after they are dipped. Then;
water the plants at once.
Or the seedlings may be dusted
with a mixture of 25 per cent mono
hydrated copper sulphate and 75 per
cent lime. . . , .
vrssh out on v. ;t roeia, cor
hot days, nor wear out in-
It lasts TWics as lpnj.
-f;1: ' L'-'
f(100 to the value of a used czx rb cr
" i, 'it.
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