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    PAG3 EIGHT
TOE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HEUTFOrjD, N. C ' IIAPai 9, 1S51.
T H B
Perquimans Weekly
-- Published every Friday at Herfr
f ard, North Carolina.
MAX CAMPBELL -Editor
Entered as second class matter
November 15, 1934, at Post Office
t Hertford, North Carolina, un
der the Act of March, 1879.
North Carolina C3k
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
In Perquimans, Gates, Chowan
and Pasquotank Counties, per year,
$1.50. Outside Perquimans, Gates,
Chewan and Pasquotank Counties,
per year, $2.00.
Advertising rates furnished by
request
FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1951.
the distance made up of unknown per
sons, that when we maice our con
tribution, a. neighbor of yours will foe
county chapter that sponsors such pro
jects as free blood transfusions, swim
ming classes for the kids, first aid
classes, assistance to service men and
women, and aid to unfortunates in
time of emergency.
The drive is on, let's meet our coun
ty quota early by contributing today.
Speaking about paper work, have
you ever drawn up a budget?
Price controls on what somebody
else sells meets with general approval.
Sooner or later, and sometimes
sooner, the aggressor runs into a
brick wall.
Doing A Fine Job
This week is National 4-H Club
Week, and' the more than 300 4-H
Clubbers of Perquimans County have
joined with thousands of other boys
and girls throughout the nation in a
week of activities built around the
theme df "Working Together for
World Understanding."
Perquimans County can well be
proud of the' achievements of its 4-H
Chibs; started only a few years ago
these dubs are now organized and
membership has grown each year.
That the boys and girls are doing
a-fine job in their work can be realized
by the excellent records made by the
members in .the various projects spon
sored by the State Extension Service.
We salute the 441 Club boys and
girls of Perquimans County and sin
cerely wish for them outstanding suc
cess in the year ahead.
The Drive Is On
Perquimans County is in the midst
of its annual Red Cross campaign,
which is a part of the annual national
roll call for membership. We remind
our. readers that soon, if you have not
already been contactd for your con
tribution, a neighbor of your will be
calling on you for your membership in
this great organization,
We all know the Red Cross story,
what a tremendous job it stands ready
to do in case of national or local emer
gency, so let's be ready to back up
this campaign by contributing as gen
erously as possible.
Let's remember that the Red Cross
is bur organization, not one off in
The automobile driver of culture
rarely becomes involved in a collision.
When a child, or an adult, srete the
idea toplay, you might as well let 'em
P7'
A go-getter does not let regula
tions, rules and laws stand in the way
of profits.
ISome people are never happier than
,when they are getting other people
into difficulties.
Classified and Legals
to the undersigned at 28 Railroad
Ave.. Hertford. N. C. on or before
the 20th day of February, 1952 or this
notice-will be pleaded in bar of their
nvnverv. All nersons indebted to 'said
estate will please make immediate pay
ment..."-''
; This 20th day of February, 1951 .
MRS. SARAH B. DAVENPORT
Administratrix of George F. Dail.
feb23,mar2,9,16,23,30
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administrator
nf he estate of O. C. Lonsr. Sr.. de
ceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, tnis is to noiuy au
Txtrannn havinsr claims aeainst the
estate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at 507 W. Colonial
Ave.. Elizabeth City. N.' C, on or be
fore the 7th-day of February, 1952 or
Ithis notice will toe pleaded in ibar of
their recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate will please make im
mediate payment.
This 7th day ol J'eiftruary, ioi. .
RALEIGH W. LONG,
Administrator of O. C, Long, Sr.
f ebl63,march2,9,16,23
warrant of attachment is returnable
before the undersigned Justice of the
Peace at his office in said County on
the 17th day of March, 1951, .
This the 14th day of February, 1951.
: T. E. RAPER,
Justice of the Peace.
Febl2,23Mar2,9
North Carolina,
Perauimans County.
Hertford Township.
Darden Bros.
vs. . -
William Belch, Jr., and ,
Hazel G. Belch.
Before T. E. Raper
Justice of the Peace
NOTICE
William Belch. Jr.. and Hazel G
Belch, the defendants above named,
will take notice that "an action en
titled above has been commenced be
fnn theSindersiirned Justice of the
Peace for Perquimans County in which
mors
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If reduced kidney function is getting you
down due to such common causes as stress
and strain, over-exertion or exposure to
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Don't neglect your kidneys if these condi
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NOTDCE O F DISSOLUTION OF
HOllOWEIJL BROS.,
' A PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the part-
nemhiiD nf J. F. Hollowell and W. G.
Hollowell. as Dartners conductinsr the
business of buying and selling larm
nroducts. fertilizer, oneratinir a ware
house, and stock yard, and trucking
under tlu firm name ana style oi
"Hollowell Bros." was dissolved by
mutual consent February 1, 1951.
J. F. Hollowell will collect ail aews
owing to the firm and pay all debts
due by the firm.
.This the 1st day of March, 1951.
IW. G. Hollowell and J. F. Hollo
well, formerly doing business as
"Hollowell Bros.".
By Thelma M. HolloweH, Exrx. W. G.
Hollowell state.
mar946,23,30
PLAICE YOUR ORDER FOR FLOW
ers with Mrs. Julian White, phone
Hertford 2671, representing jhu- V , ' " ' Zt
dred's Florist of Elizabeth KB- Ai S fnl flf
complete floral service.
sold to the said defendants by the
.nlaintiffs: and ttayrnent therefor re-
Ifused. . . .
Said defendants will further take
notice that in said action they are re
quired to appear before the under
signed Justice of the Peace at bis of
Am In anid flonntv on the 17th day of
March, 1961, and answer or demur to
the complaint, or plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief therein demanded.
Said defendants will further take
notice that in said action a warrant of
attachment against the property of
said defendants has been issued and
the following property attached: One
house and lot in Hertford Township,
Perauimans County. N. C. located on
east side of U. S. No. 17, and that said
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Havinir Qualified as Administratrix
of the -estate of George F. Dail de
late of Perauimans county,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
imtwatik havinc claims atrainst tne
estate of said deceased to exhibit them
IbRdiev
Misery of,
WMMaaiTssun.tlNMSraUW
An Open Letter To Tractor Farmers
GENTLEMEN:
First, we very sincerejy say that we greatly appreciate the privilege of serving you with
your requirements pf gasoline, kerosene, motor oils and greases as you find need for these
items, and in appreciation of this privilege, we have set up for your convenience systems that
we feel are a definite help m obtaining your five cents per gallon refund for gasoline used in
non-highway equipment. However, there are strict requirements relative to this particular
pnvilege that we feel we should discuss with you, and please understand that we are truly in
terested in your Welfare s well as our own in making the following statement:
The North Carolina Department of Revenue definitely states, "Delivery tickets or in
vokes must carry a statement made by the seller THAT THE TAX REFUND WDLL BE
REQUESTED. THEY MUST BE MARKED PAID BY THE SELLER and MUST NOT
SHOW ANY-ALTERATIONS OR ERASURES."
; A small percentage of you gentlemen from time to time become delinquent in the pay
ment of the deliveries of these petroleum products, and we are sure that it has never crossed
your mind that we are not only sellers of these products, but have automatically and without
choice become tax collect&rs for the State apd Federal Governments and that these taxes must
be remitted for without fail, and to properly comply with these requirements WE MUST
COLLECT FOR DELIVERING within a very reasonable length of time.
: We ask that you be careful in determining those amounts used in non-highway equip
ment, and bear in mind that we are always anxious to serve you in any manner possible, but
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W are about at the starting point 6f another crop year, and may we say that we wish
for you the best of weather conditions for the economical crop and prices satisfactory to all.
Winslow Oil Co.
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HERTFORD, N. C.
Very Sincerely' yours, ,
Reed Oil Co.
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