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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, r K. V FRIDAY, APRIL
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CARD OF THANHS
We wish to, express our deepest
thanks to neighbors and friends tot
the many kind expressions of fcym
nithv extended durinr "fHa Alness
and death of Un. Ella Mae Baw j fitoess i aid at V Ml'ftei?
THE FAMILY, j loved ones. THJSJ i-Aauux.
CARD OF THANKS 1
The family t of . Myles .G. Overton
wishes to express theft deep appre
ciation for fie kindness shown .'and
the beautiful flowers sent during the
rows.
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PIPJV MATlittAL
'PrefrreaWfcr Chilean nitrate
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HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CIW
'. Miss Hie Morgan wa hostes to
fan bridge; club Tueedatf evpi at
her horned on -Chirch street '. Those
nmvinar were; Mesdames C E. John-
if "9 M, WilUfor,T,
L. JessuD. H. u. stoges, unb.
Holmes, Ma? R. Campbell and Miss
Mary Sumner. High 4 score r P
went to Mrs. Willlfordi low to Mrs.
Jessup and bingo prise was awarded
Mrs. Campbell. A sweet course was
served by the hostess. ? ; '
Legcl Notices
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Good farmers for over a hun
dred years have hauled natural
nitrate for their crops. Since
1830, when the first nitrate cargo
arrived from Chile, millions of
tons have been used on American
farms . . . 3,300,000 tons since
the outbreak of the war. This
year's supply of Chilean Nitrate
depends largely on ships avail
able to bring it in. If everyone
take hia there promptly
when offered, at least 850,000
tons can be supplied for this
year's crops.
While some nitrate normally
goes into mixed fertilizer, most
of it is applied direct to the crop
top dressing for grains and
grasses, side dressing for corn
and cotton. Direct application
to fruit and vegetable crops is
vital to yield and quality.
Chilean Nitrate is quick-acting
inorganic nitrogen. It is im
mediately soluble in normal soil
moisture. It is aO available to
the crop But beyond all this,
Chilean Nitrate it rtatural . . .
the only natural nitrate in
the world. Because of its natural
origin, Chilean Nitrate of Soda
contains, in addition to large
proportions of nitrogen and so
dium, small amounts of boron,
iodine, manganese, copper 34
different elements in aU many
of which are known to be essen
tial to healthy plant growth.
Good farmers the world over
have learned by experience to
prefer Natural Chilean Nitrate
of Soda. In experiments, test
plots and in. the field, it has
demonstrated its worth. It is the
safe, sure nitrate for your crops.
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EXECUTRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of Clarence R. Goodman,
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 17th day of
March, 1946, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 17th day of March, ;946V
Margarette Langston Goodman,
Executrix of Clarence B. Goodman.
mar23,30,Apr6,13,20,27 .
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of Thomas Sidney
Broughton, deceased, late of Perquim
ans County, North Carolina, this i9
to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned at
Hertford, N. C, o nor before th
19th day of March, 1946, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make immedi
ate payment.
This 19th day of March, 1945.
VERA H. BROUGHTON,
Administrator of Thomas Sidney
Broughton.
mar23,30,Apr6.1320,27
County1,' ftiadV ta special proceeding
entitfed kkboWtaej undersigned
Commissioner on, the 30th day
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IV Mw st the 1 Court , House door ID
Perquinians 'County,4 North Caroling
offer for sale to the highest bidder
for casB that Certain tract of land
lying and being in New THope Town
ship, Perquimans Oo'uhty, North
Carolina, more particulaiiy described
and defined as follow ti wtt?-' ;'
Beginning at a brilge t across
Muddy Creek as it enterl the Albe
marle Sound at the Middy Creek
Road and thence south 17 deg. 30
min. east 670: feet; thenct south 56
deg. east 300 feet; thenCe soutb 2
deg. east 260 feet; thenci south 79
deg. 30 min. east 260 feet; thence
south 66 deg. 30 min. east 80O feet:
thence south 57 deg. eastl 1868 feet
to a ditch; thence north 15 deg. east
down the ditch to the Muddy Creek
Road 1,100 feet; thence north 73 deg.
west down the Muddy Creek road 970 J
feet; thence north 23 deg. east 2430
feet to Muddy Creek; thence north
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i south 75 deg. west 64Q feet; then w ; No; X N . Iadj f Henry Small; on
south 69 daft! weft t09 feet to the
bridge, the place of begiiUTing-ame
being th land; which Aubry Ai Eiw
yep and rwife nd others onveyed to
Annie Belt Lending ofr Decenfber 14,
1933, by deed fduly'of lecord tn the
public registry , of Perquimans "Conn
ty in' book 21, page 478, , jA
This 26th day of March, 1945.
P..W. McMULLAN, ;
: ii . Commissioner. .
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North Carolina, .,
Perquimans younty. :..
- SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
PROPERTY
By virtue vf it power vested In
me in a certain "mortgage deed dated
November 15,; 1920,' executed by Ed
ward Mebane and wife, Lucy Mebane,
to D. M. Jenkins and recorded m
Book 23, of Mortgage Deeds at page
528 in the office of the Register of
Deeds of Perquimans County, North
Carolina, I shall sell to the highest
bidder for cash at the Court House
th 'East1 jby th 'Main Road; en tie
by flxof tract; on the Sooti ,
y a jaso that divides this land from
&'4ind tt George H. Wood and .
being the same - tract of land that
Andrew -'Mebano -purchMtJfJ -.from 1
George H,I Wood,; containing fi
acres, more or less. ; V.T
This March 22nd, 1945. ' -.
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By George J. Spence, Attorney.
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Aru nf sniil Pnimftr mi- s2 a'mIaIt
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ba a "f6"0 B0Utn I on April 23, 1945, the following
80 deg. west 500 feet; thence south
65 deg. west 380 feet; thence south
36 deg. west 450 feet; thence south
t9 deg. west 270 feet; thence south
described property:
Lying and being in Perquimans
County, North Carolina, on the Main
Road from Woodville to Hertford,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administratrix
CTA of the estate of Miles Bembry,
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 16th day of
February, 1946, or this notice wilt be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 16th day of February, 1945.
IRENE B. DAIL,
Administratrix CTA of Miles Bembry.
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North Carolina, In The
Perquimans County. Superior Court
W. D. Landing, Administrator of
Annie Bell Landing, Petitioner,
vs.
Geneva Sawyer, Nathan Sawyer,
Belle Landing, Maxine Landiig,
Emmett E. Landing and William
D. Landing, Jr., Respondents.
Before the Clerk
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Perquimans
31 deg. 30 min. west 300 feet; thence) North Carolina, and bounded on the
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Bring us your Peanuts for shelling. We
will begin operation of our mill about April 15
and will continue every day thereafter.
Shelling at the same old prices. Bring
bags to catch them in an don't wait.
17IUF1LL ppUT COMPANY
Winlail, N. C.
TAYLOn THEATRE"
EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA
We Have the Shows,
Friday, April 6-r ,
Roddy McDowell, Preston Foster
and Rita Johnson in
"THUNDERHEAD
SON OF FL1CKA"
Also News, Cartoon and Musical
Saturday, April 7
Bob Steele and Hoot Gibson in
"MARKED TRAILS"
Also "Manhunt of Mystery Irfisnd"
No. 12 Three Stooge Comedy
Sunday, April 8 "
Turhan Bey and Susanna Foster in
"FRISCO SAL"
Also Color Cartoon
Monday-Tuesday, April 9-10
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in
"HERE COME THE CO-EDS"
Latest News
Wednesday, April 11
EHa Raines and Geo. Korrin in
"ENTER ARSENE LUPIN"
Also "Black Arrow- No. il
Community Sing
Thursday-Friday, April 12-13
Claudette Colbert, Shirley Temple
and Joseph Cotton in
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SINCLAIR REFINING ( X).
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HE PLANTS THE SEEDS
OF
VICT011Y
H
ERE is the man, the
American Farmer,
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whose labors make it pos
sible for all of us at home,
and all on the battlef ront, to
put all we have in the fight
for victory. His efforts keep
America the best-fed nation
in tjhe world.
The farmer's job isn't
over yet, and the American
The farmers from
coast to coast
are helping
us win!
public can be certain that
he won't let down on the
job. He'll keep his products
filling the consumers' mar
ket, and send enough over
there. The farmer is Seeing
to it that he gets more from
his land and livestock than
ever before. He knows that
the more he puts into the ef
fort tKe more there is.
Farmers, your friendly, neighborly SCO-CO Agent is again' rtady to help you
produce another "Victory" crop this year. It Is needed to help "finish" the
job of winning the Victory. Use a fertilizer this year that is made here at
home especially for your soil. See us for
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