THE PERQUIMANS WEEZLY. HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1941
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WHEN TO SELL CROPS
Farming It more than growing
crops. .It is as much a business
' as running a store or factory.. It
; involves all of the problems that
' must be solved by the merchant
and the -manufacturer.
( reason why more
.farmers are not
successful is that
they do not
meet and solve
lems of keeping
cost records, or
knowing what to
slant, and rhn
w seii weir crops.
Unfortunately, in most years,
crop prices tend to be low when
harvest has been completed. That
Is a natural working of the eco
nomic law of supply and demand.
For today's prices do depend upon
supply, and Upon the number bt
People who want to selL TODAY.
it ism always a simple matter
to decide upon the best time to
sell, and it has been our obser
vation that the price you receive
. Is only one of the elements that
Jl' tna)rA s4a Mut4K
r HKIIV9 AVI MVU19
Perhaps the experience of two
Maryland farmers will best illusi
irate our meaning.
These two men had nearly iden-
tical farms. Soil conditions and
L eather were about even, and
K- Hilt win MAW 1 1J 1 f-
crops as soon as they were har
vested, while Farmer "B" held on
to his crops until he thought he
could get the too price.
Both of these men kept books
on their farm operations. They
knew what it cost to grow crops,
as well as to handle them and
After several years of men
tion, the books showed that B
averaged about 10 pescent more
money for his crops than A. But
the books also showed that A had
'made about 10 percent more ac
tual money than B. It cost B ex-
rra mnnnr tn nanma aarh itm
'' more than nnce arid it rrutt him
interest on his money, and insur
jfance, and there was generally
'something to be deducted for
snrinxage or spoilage, mat g wny
B's profits were less, evert though
he got more money when he sold.
This is not written to advise you
to sell your crop as soon as you
harvest it, There are certainly
times when that may not be food
business when it will pay more
than it costs to hold on.
But it is sound advice to urge
you to keep accurate records of
all your costs. If you follow the '
'simple method of comparing the
money you have at the start of
the year, with what you have at
' the end, you can easily tell
whether or not you have made
'money, but you may not know
why. And the why is important,
y for it shows you where you can
The manufacturer who does not
know now much it costs him to
build His product, and get tt to
market, will soon go broke unless
be is unusually lucky. The same
thfntf km triMfe Af tVlA ffirmar
If yqu want help in setting up
a simple bookkeeping system for
your farm operations, why not ask
your County Agent? Or write to
either the State or Federal De
( partment of Agriculture. You will
. find someone of broad experience
ready to help you put a yardstick
on your operations. You'll get
: picture of your own work that
will contribute to your creator
success on the land.
Lois' Bowman, at Biscoe.
' Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Evans and
sons ' visited l Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Elliott Sunday evening.
W. P. Perry, of Suffolk, Va., spent
the week-end with his family.
Mr. and Mr. W. A. Perrv had as
tijelr supper guests Sunday evening
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hollowell, Jr.,
and children, and Misses Geraldine
and Frances Perry. ,
Mrs. J. G. White, of Center Bill,
Misses Esther and Helen "Evans have
returned from a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Oswald Wiseman, at Fayette-
ville, West Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Welch, Sr.,
and John Welch spent the week-end
in Greensboro with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Corprew and
son visited with relatives in Ports
mouth and Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Knight and
son, Bobby, of Tarboro; Jimmie
Shields, of Scotland Neck, and Rob
ert Everett, of Palmyra were supper
guests, of Mr. and, Mrs. E. N. El
liott Thursday evening.
Mrs. W. D. Welch, Sr., Mrs. Drew
Welch and son, Billy, visited Mrs.
E. N. Elliott Friday evening. (
Mrs. A. S. Bush, Miss Louise Bush
and Hiller Fahey Byrum attended
the Byrum-Chappell wedding at Bel
videre, Friday evening.
Mrs. R. H. Hollowell, Mrs. W. J.'
Bunch and Mrs. Fred White have re
turned from Raleigh, where they at
tended Farm and Home Week at
Mrs. E. N. Elliott, Mrs. Fannie B.
Knight. Mrs. A. B. Hollowell, Miss
Esther Elliott and Asa Hollowell
spent Friday with Mrs. J. G. Perry,
of Rocky Hock.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Elliott and
Miss Esther Elliott spent Thursday
in Richmond, Vat
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Burch and son,
of Baltimore, Md., are visiting her
mother Mrs. W. W. Bunch.
Asa Hollowell, Jr., of Aulander,
spent Sunday with Edgar Earl Hollowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Boyce, of
Center Hill, Mr. and Mrs. R. W
Leary, Sr., and Miss Mary Leary, of
Rocky Hock, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Hollowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cobb, of
Goldsboro, were Sunday evening sup
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Mrs. A. B. Hollowell, of Aulander,
is visiting Mr. and Mss. E. N,
Mrs. Whitted, Dr. Ben Skinner and
Dr. Kenneth Podger, of Durham,
spent the week-end with Mrs. W. H
Winborne and Miss Pattie Winborne.
They were accompanied home by
Mrs. Ben Skinner, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Winborne and Miss
Winborne for the Dast two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Privott and
son visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A,
Perry Sunday evening.
Miss Marguerite Etta Evans is
spending this week at Manteo.
Mrs. T. C. Brittle, of Burlington,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blount, of Frank
linton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H.
Miss Marian Johnston and Paul
Johnston, of Harrisburg, Pa., have
concluded a visit with Miss Mar
guerite Etta Evans.
Misses Marguerite Etta Evans,
Mary Winborne Evans and Marian
Johnston and Paul Johnston spent
Sunday afternoon at Manteo.
Pciidty On Excess
Cotton Set At 7
Cents Per Pound
The U. S. Department of Agricul
ture has set the penalty rate on 1941
cotton marketed in excess of the
farm marketing quota at seven cents
a pound, Tom Cornwell, Cleveland
County cotton farmer and member
of the tState AAA committee, an
nounced. The 1940 penalty rate on excess
cotton was three cents a pound. The
1941 rate was provided by Congress
in an amendment to the Agricultural
Adjustment Act of 1988. This legis
lation set a basic cotton loan rate at
86 per cent of the parity price and
provided that the penalty on market
ing excess should be one-half Aw
In view of the cotton parity price
of 16.49 on August 1, the loan rate
for 7-8-inch middling cotton is 14.02
for gross weight Thus the penalty
rate, which will apply to all excess
cotton marketed this year, will be
seven cents a pound, Mr. Cornwell
The Cleveland County fanner re-1
minded that while the penalty rate
has been increased just four cents a
pound for violations of marketing
quota provisions, the loan rate has
been increased by more than five
cents a pound from 8.9 cents in
1940 to 14.02 this year.
Cotton growers who knowingly ex
ceed their acreage allotments may
receive government loans at a rate
of just 60 per cent of that offered to
growers who planted within allot
ments. The 60 per cent loan will be
available only on that portion of thi
crop which is subject to penalty,
however, Mr. Cornwell added.
make immediate payment
This 14th day of August. 1941.
MRS. DELLA TWINE,
Executrix of O. K. Twine.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION"
Having qualified as Administrator
D. B. N. C. T. A., of the estate cf
Alfred Turner, deceased, late of Per
quimans County, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed at Chapanoke, N. C, on or
before the 28th day of July, 1942, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate will please make Im
This 28th day of July, 1941.
G. D. TOWE,
Administrator D. B. N. C. T. A., of
Alfred Turner, Deceased.
Overton, Eugene, King; Street 6.19
Overton, Miles, Cox Ave. 20.95
Parker, Essie, Estate, Dobb Street 4.13
Parker, Henry, Estate, Dobb St 8.25
Perry, Henry L., Cox Ave. 9.82
Reed, Wilson (col.) Dobb St. 9.08
Reed, Elisha, Estate, King Street 6.60
Reed, George R. 13.37
Reed, George N. 10.62
Riddick, James W., Cox Ave. 6.19
Satterfield, F. H., Railroad Ave. 10.32
Satterfield, OUie J., Cox Ave. 6.41
Simpson, W. D., King St. 9 6.78
Skinner, Geo. L., Estate, Railroad Ave. 1.65
Skinner, Geo. L. (N. E. Chappell, Agent) 9.08
Skinner, John H., Railroad Ave. 4.95
Stallings, Isaiah B. 4.95
Sutton, B. J., Edenton Road St. 6.60
Taylor, Katie, Estate, King Street 8.25
Thompson, C. B. 6.19
Thompson, Cleotie B. 8.80
Thompson, W. J., King Street 28.22
Walker, Mary 3.30
Waters, Harriett, Estate, Dobb St. 4.95
White, Herman, King St. 8.31
Wrigtt, Sherman - 4.19
Wright, Ruth H., Gum Ave. 1.20
CROSS ROADS NEWS
Miss Lois Kavage left Saturday zor
New York City to spend a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Bunch and
. daughter spent Sunday with Mrs.
'- Bunch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
. Waff, of near Edenton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hollowell and
' eon and Mrs. J. C, Leary spent Wed-
' nesday In Norfolk, Va. -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hollowell. of
' Philadelphia, Pa., are visiting Mr.
Y. and Mrs. Ralph Hollowell.
Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Hollowell, Mr.
and Mrs. 'Balph Hollowell and chil-
' dreri were the supper guests of Mr.
V and Mrs. C. J. Hollowell Tuesday
,'. evening;. . '"''"'-'''f-'
Ilr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hollowell and
riiHHran and Mr. and Mrs. Ralnh
K a '. ! f 1 ii 1 . a. ITU
' ttouowen ana cnuoren spent xnurs-
day at Ocean View, Va.
Iff, and Mrs. Ralph Hollowell and
children Spent Friday in Suffolk, Va.,
f with relatives.
V . Mf. and Mrs. J.' & Leary were the
'guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Hollo-
well Sunday afternoon. ;
' Mr. and Mrs. T. P, Burgess, fiss
Dorothy Lee Savage,1 J. L. Savage,
St., fund Miss Nolle Wade, of Qcala,
.:rU.jf Mr. and Mrs. By M. Robinson
ar i children, of Mats HilU Mr, and
Clay Elackatock, of Washington,
D. (X, Tare visiting J. L. Savage. ,
Mr. and lira. .Cecil Evans have re.
turned td' their home , at Haddonfleld,
- Tr w Jersey, after visiting with Us
t her, Mrs. ITxttU Evans.
'. L- Vashtt Cowman has ret"-"l
f l a "visit with her sifter, I -
Q. Can my children buy Defense
A. Yes. Hundreds of thousands
of American children are buying
Stamps regularly as their share in
the national savings program.
9. Why should children be en
couraged to buy Savings Stamps?
A. Because by buying Stamps
they write their names on a Roll of
Honor of Americans who are doing
their part to show the dictators that
united America will never flinch to
preserve her sacred liberty.
Q. After my child has collected
enough Stamps to exchange for a
Bond, can the Bond be registered in
the child's name?
A. Yes. A minor may own a De
fense Savings Bond. Many parents
are registering Bonds in their chil
dren's names to prepare for future
Note. To buy Defense Bonds and
Stamps, go to the nearest post office,
bank, or savings and loan associa
tion: or write to the Treasurer of the
United States, Washington, D. C,
for a mail-order form.
COMMTOtriAt. JOB PRINTING
"'AT LAST! THE TRUTH
, ABOUT "CARDIFF GIANT"
, After seventy years of silence lie
Son of a stonecutter reveals now nis
father v chiseled Barnmn'B famous
petrified man out of a block of
gypsum. One of tttnyw Interesting
features In the August Slat issue of
Th6 American Weekly
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5c per bundle. Call at The Per
quimans Weekly Office.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of O. K. Twine, deceased,
late of Perquimans County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Hertford, N. C, on
or before the 14th day of August,
1942, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
NOTICE OF SALE
Perquimans County. .
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Perquimans
County made in the Special Proceed
ing entitled Pleasant E. King, Admx.,
of Sarah F. Sutton vs. T. E. King,
Charlotte Rucker et als., heirs at law
of said Sarah F. Sutton, deceased,
the undersigned commissioner will,
on Tuesday, the 2nd day of Septem
ber, 1941, at 11:30 o'clock A. M., at
the courthouse door in Hertford,
North Carolina, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash that certain
tract of land lying and being in Park
ville Township, Perquimans County,
North Carolina, and more particular
ly described as follows, viz:
Beginning at road leading from
Winfall to Belvidere at corner of
street laid off, and running along
said road 122 feet to Hurst lot
thence an easterly course about 132
feet, thence a northerly course 122
feet to street, thence along said
street about 132 feet to the road
place of beginning, being situated in
the northeast corner of block just
out of corporation of Winfall, and
containing one-fourth of said block
and known as lots Nos. 6 and 7, in
Perry's addition to Winfall, and be
ing the identical land deeded to Sarah
F. Sutton by deed from E. V. Perry
and wife, Susie S., dated 24th March,
1906, and recorded in Book 7, page
421, office of Register of Deeds of
Perquimans County, N. C.
A deposit of ten per cent of price
will be required of the successful
bidder immediately after sale. Sale
will remain open ten days for upset
Dated and posted this 1st day of
C. R. HOLMES,
Notice of Delinquent Tax Sale
TOWN OF HERTFORD
Sale rvf Tnum nrnnoir fnv Hnlinminnt tavAo -fz-w. vonv (A( Hnta
sale, Monday, September 8th, 1941, at 12 o'clock, Noon, at the Court House
nnn une 1 xt ti. - i: .
W. G. NEWBY
Clerk and Tax Collector, Town of Hertford
TOWN OF HERTFORD WHITE
Name Location Amt.
Barclift, J. T., Penn Ave 13.48
Caddy, John, Estate 5.37
Campbell, Mrs. Louise, Market Street 56.68
Cooke, Mrs. Fannie, Church Street 16.50
Elliott, Mrs. Norman, Penn. Ave. 19.80
Elliott, Josiah. Penn. Ave. 9.35
Elliott, Wm. T., Dobb Street 12.71
Felton, J. O., Dobb Street 44.59
Harrell, Mrs. Lilly R., Edenton Road St 23.83
Jordan, R. S., Church Street 49.81
McMullan, Mrs. W. T., Estate, Church St. 35.75
Medlin, N. H., Railroad Ave. 7.76
Morgan, Mrs. Tim, Grubb Street 9.90
Perry, A. A., Estate 4.95
Pierce, E. S., Estate, Market Street 65.92
Roughton, A. W., Estate, Grubb St. 16.50
Shannonhouse, Mrs. J. T., Church St. 75.38
Small, P. H., Estate, Church St. 33.00
Weeks, Mrs. F. M., Front Street 20.62
White, W. E., Church Street 20.55
Wbite, C. W. 35.01
White, C. I., Grubb Street 13.26
White. Capt T. S., Dobb & Church Sts. 18.95
Winslow, Mrs. Cora B., Estate 79.83
Winslow, T. R., Estate 20.02
Wright Mrs. W. G. 45.10
Zachary, Dr. J. W Front Street 42.24
Winslow, E. L., Dobb & Front Sts. 69.34
TOWN OF HERTFORD COLORED
Bembery, Moses $ 4.54
Bembery, Miles, Market Street 14.44
Bembery, Ed, King Srteet 9.90
Bembery, Robert, Estate, King Street 6.60
Blanchard, John, Edenton Road Street 2.48
Clark, Adeline D., Edenton Koad St 4.95
Cofield, Allie 6.39
Dail, Elverd, Estate, Covent Garden 1.24
Dail, Elisha, Dobb & Edenton Road Sts 49.84
Dougles, Terrisa, Estate, Grubb St. 4.13
Douglas, W. N., Market St. 14.59
Elliott, Arthur, Market St. 6.78
Evans. Sarah . 1.65
Everett. Mamie, King Street 4.13
Felton, George 1.46
Felton, Terry 4.95
Felton, Elec 2.68
Felton. Wm. Percy, Railroad Ave 5.78
Felton, Mary L., Estate 8.25
Felton, Lucy, Hyde rtrk St 8.80
Felton, Geo. Wilson 1 12.76
Felton, Lloyd .i
Felton, Laura S., Railroad Ave. 12.
Felton. W. J.. Estate. Market St.
Feltoh, James ; .
Franklin, Prentise, Estate, Barrow Lane
Harreii, jonn Henry
Hoffler. Wm. King- Street
Holly,. Alpine, King Street
HollVk L. D.i Dobb Street .
Hollyi Malinda, Estate, Dobb St
Hurdle, :Millie Ad Gum Ate. l.
Jaro, cworge, Jung street
Lassiter. Herbert. Edenton Road ISt
Lsssiter, Harriett, Edenton Road St
Lloyd. Pearl,. Dobb Street
, Market Street
Lyons. , Washington, Edenton Road St
KTm4' na Vina, fihw - '
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY FOR
NON-PAYMENT 1940 TAXES
(Continued From Page Two)
Madison Mabine, 32 acres Harrell Land
BELVIDERE TOWNSHIP COLORED
Charlie Armstrong Heirs, 6V2 acres Home Land; 23 acres Lilly Land $
Chlora Armstrong, 8 acres Billups Land
blsie Lowther Barnes, 59 acres Home Land
Ed Billups, 2 acres Armstrong Land; 3 acres Home Land
Elnora V. Billups, 10 acres Jim Hurdle Land
John A. Billups, 32Ms acres H. Eason Tract; 1 Filling iStation
W. H. Billups, Jr., 6 acres Hester Winslow Land
Mary Blanchard, 3 acres Home Land
Annie Boyd, 10 acres Home Land
Seaton Bryant Heirs, 7 acres Home Land
John A. Burke, 3 acres Home Land; 10 acres Simpson Land;
3'i acres S. M. Winslow Land
Lee Butts, 40 acres Home Land
John A. Cooper, 2 acres Home Land
Rufus Dail, 20 acres A. Perry Land
Martha J. Daniels, 12 acres C. Hurdle Land
Eliza J. Eason, 5 acres Honie Land
Ethel Eason, 3 acres Alex White Land
George Eason Estate, 9 acres G. Eason Land
Mary E. Rogers Felton, 2 acres Woodley Land
M. Frierson, 1 acre Wingo
Isaac Gallop Estate, 18 & acres Home Land; 14 acres White Land
Charlie Hinton, 2 acres Fauntleroy Land
Henry M. Hollowell, 1 acre Home Land
Thersa Hunter, Land
Agathy Hurdle Estate, Vi acres Home Land
Harrison Hurdle, 60 acres Home Land
Jason Hurdle, 1 acre Home Land
Joe Hurdle, 2 1-3 acres Home Land
Odell Hurdle, 2 acres Teasy Hurdle Land
Warren Hurdle, 7 acres Home Land
LMaud Jordan, 12 acres Millie Hurdle Land
B. F. Lilley Heirs, 59 a. Home Land; 125 a. White Land; 48 a. Land
Haywood Lilly, 1 acre Home Land
L A. Lilly, 1-5 acre Home Land
Hester Morris Heirs, 6 acres Home Land
Luvenia Newbold, 67 acres Home Tract Land
Golar Newbold, 68 acres A. Newby Land
Mary E. Norfleet Heirs, 50 acres Nicholson Land
John Henry Overton, 2 acres Edward Riddick Land
W. H. Overton, 1 acre Home Land
Isabella D. Perry, 12 acres Emmanual Perry Land
Allie Rawls, 6 acres Hester Winslow Land
Addie L Riddick, 19 acres Pierce Land
Elizabeth Riddick Heirs, 21 acres Home Tract Land
James C. Riddick, 4 acres Home Land
J. M. Riddick, 8 acres Home Land
James Riddick, 6 acres Home Land
Martha Brothers Riddick, 22 acres Perry Land
Mary Felton Riddick, 5 acres Home Land
Miley Riddick, 10 acres Lilly Land; 3 4-5 acres Home Land
M; T. Riddick, 27 acres Home Land
Soney Riddick, 1 acre Home Land
T. E. Riddick, 8 acres Home Land; 15 acres C. Winslow Land
Thad W. Perry, 4 acres Roda Perry Land
W. B. Riddick, 13 acres Home Land
W. Gaither Riddick, acre A. E. Winslow Land; 15 acres T. M.
Lamb Land; 15 acres Elbert Chappell Land
Wright Riddick, 88 acres Lucretia Riddick Land
T. R. Riddick, 4 acres Home Land
C. W. Rountree, Land
Julia RoUntree, 15 acres C. Winslow Land
Abram Small Heirs, 7 acres Small Land; 19 acres Home Land
Clinton Small, 2 acres Small Land :
Cyph Small, 7 acres Small Land
Mary Small Estate, 7 acres Small Land
Elijah T. Smith Estate, 2614 acres Price Land
Leroy Smith, 12 acres Home Land
Robert Smith, 7 acres Home Land
W. E. Smith, 7 acres Home Land
Spellman Heirs, 14 acres Whitehead Land
C. F. White, 500 acres Tuttle-Onley Land
Frank B. White, 102 acres Stanton Land; 2 acres Stanton Land;
40 acres Home Land
Hezekial White, 1 2-3 acres L. B. White Land
John A. White, 50 acres F. White Tract Land
Mrs. George H. Winslow, 15 acres C. Winslow Land
Crene J. Winslow, 80 acres Home Land
James A. Winslow, (of George) 7 acres G. H. Winslow Land
John A. Winslow, 1 acre R. H. Hurdle Land
Mary L. Winslow, 30 acres Home Land
W. T. Winslow, 15 acres C. Winslow Land
BELVIDERE TOWNSHIP WHITE
Albertson, Miss Catherine, 1000 acres Swamp Land
Buller, Minerva, 30 acres Henry Copeland Land
Chappell, Myrtle F., 25 acres O. R. Chappell Land
Chappell, J. T., 25 acres Mitchell. Land
Chappell, Mrs. J. S., 4 acres Honie Land
Chappell, Willie R., 46 acres Home Land; 6 acres Pocosin Land;
acre Hunter's Fork Land; 41 acres Town send Chappell Land
Chappell, Ralph B., 4 acres I Chappell Tract Land; 3 3-4 acres M.
L. Chappell Land; 1 acre Home Land
Chappell, Charlie T., 3 acres Chappell Land; 1 acres Chappell
Land; 10 acres Chappell Land
Copeland, Valand J., 55 acres Bush-Copeland Land
Chalk, Eliah E., Estate, 25 acres J. A. Smith Land
Cox, David, 16 acres Newbold Land; 10 acres Patent Land
Cox, David, agent for Fanny Lassiter, 40 acres Fanny Lassiter Land
Dail, Mrs. E. J., 33 acres Home Land; 16 acres Old Home Land;
35 acres A. Forehand Land
Eason, W. T., 18 acres J. G. Winslow Land; 130 acres R. M. Onley
Land; 21 acres W. F. Onley Heirs Land
Forehand, Alfred, Heirs, Land
Griffin, Clifton, 42 acres N. B. Dail Land
Griffin, C. N., 40 acres Edmond Riddick Land; 9 a. Poplar Neck
Hurdle, L. H., 137 acres Home Land; 53 acres J. Riddick Land; 100
acres Nixon Land; 19 acres Bunch Land
Lane, David, 60 acres G. Stallings Land
Lilley, Pete, 2 acres Robertson Land
Nixon, W. H., 30 acres Home Land
Perry, Mrs. Mamie, 7 acres Roberston Land
Riddick, K. F., 25 acres Home Land
Rogers, Joseph, 808 acres C. Perry Land
Rountree, Gus, Heirs, 137 acres J. M. Riddick Land
Rountree, Jesse, 10 acres J. G. Turner Heirs
Rountree, Ralph, Gayle and Dorothy, 15 acres Riddick Land
Smith, Fred E., 12 acres W. T. Smith Land
Smith, Mrs. Dellie, 9 acres Home Land
Southern Vineyard Co., 40 acres Southern Vineyard Land
Stallings, Willie, 100 acres Edmond Riddick Land
Stallings, Mrs. Marina, 131 acres Stallings Land
Turner, Mrs. John, 18 acres Desert Land
Uphoff , W. E 80 arces Parkville Drainage Land
Venn, G. G., 7 2-8 acres Venn Land :
Ward. Carroll V.. 42)4 acres Ward Land
D. MoodyWhite, 75 acres B. N. Twine Land
Wilder, Lk fc, Estate, 72 acres J. White Land
Wraslew Arnold W.. 48 acres part of J. L. White Land .
Winslow Llmer It, 19 acres Turner Land; 80 acres J. L. White
umai g acres J. v. ratter Land
Winslow, James TM 60 acres Charley Winslow Land -