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" '.1 . -, - V FRATERNAL NOTES I.O.O.F, ' Carolina Lodge No. 225, 1. 0. , 0. F. held their regular meeting Monday night, March 27th, at 7:30 o'clock. After the routine business : the third degree was conferred upon one candi date and one application was re ceived. On next Monday night, Apri 3rd, the lodge will open at 8 o'clock and the degree staff is asked to assemble promptly at 7:30 for practice as the initiatory degree is to be conferred. At this meeting the representative to the Grand Lodge of North Carolina will be elected. The firand Lodce meets in May at Winston-Salem. There will be a degree demon stration of the Sixth District at Rocky Mount on the 5th and 6th Of May and the .sixth District meeting will be held at that time also. Every lodge of the district is being urged to carry their can didates to Rocky Mount for this work. Next Monday night is the J first meeting of the second quar ter and all Odd Fellows remember first quarterly meetings. Visit ing Odd Fellows always welcome. East Carolina League Want Roanoke Rapids Roanoke Rapids is olTercd a berth in the Eastern Carolina Baseball League if she cares to become a member of the six town league. In a letter from Mr. W. 'L Mor ton, president of the league, to the manager of the local team, Mr. Morton requests that this town be represented at a meet ing to be held in Washington next Monday night if the locals are in any way interested in en tering the league. The other towns comprising the league are Greenville, Wash ington, New Bern, Kinston, and Farmville and Roanoke Rapids is desired as the sixth member. tho Weldon County Road, thence with said road the following courses and distances S. 42 degrees 15' E. 300' S. 54 degrees 45' E. 400 S. 68 degrees 40' E. 200' S. 76 degrees 50' E. 200' S. 73 degrees 20' E. 300' S. 65 degrees 20' E. 300' S. 85 degrees 45 E. 300' S. 86 de grees 30' E- 45' S. 86 degrees 30" E. 185' N. 75 degrees E. 127' N. 75 degrees E. 338' N. 75 degrees E. 85' N. 62 decrees 15" E. 400' N. 82 degrees 30' E. 860' S. 83 degrees E. 350' N. 80 degrees 45' E. 300' S. 61 degrees 15' h. U(i' hi a ruck on the side of the New County road, thence crossing said road N. 87 degrees E. 182' to a rock, thence S. 86 degrees 35' E. 182' to a rock, thence S. 80 degrees E. 108' to a rock, thence S. 81 decrees 15' E. 462' to a rock or corner, thence N. 29 degrees 5' E. 240 to a rock N. 13 degrees- 2f E, 528' to a rockN. 17deirrees 30' E.766' to a rock, on the right of way of the Seaboard Air Line, thence with sma ngnt ot way in. 48 degrees W. 624' to a rock, thence leaving said right of way N. 66 degrees 45' W. 11 10 to a rock, thence N. 10 degrees E. crossing said light of way 777' to a stake on the banks of the Roanoke River, thence up said river as it meanders the following courses and (liHtHiices N. 52 decrees 20' W. 656' N si rfmrrpes W. 259'. N. 87 decrees, W. M)' S. 73 decrees 45' W. 625' N. 73 decrees 40' W. 125' N. 28 degrees W life' N. 60 degrees W. 475' to the place of beginning containing by survey of N. C. Hughes of Weldon, N. C made in May, 1917, 387.3 acres be the same moreorless. Excepting therefrom the followine deductions, a tract of 40 orres previously conveyed to George Williams by deed dated June 10th. 1913. A tract of 57.9 acres previously conveyed to itosa rtuams biiu j. ii. Adams by deeds dated January 2.irU. 1902, December 17th, 1912 and January nth. 1910. A tract ot iu.i acres ureviouH v conveyed to vvarricK Mills by 'deed dated January 13th, 1916 and u ' tract containing 10. S acres previously conveyed to T, 1), Mayo by d ed dated November 3rd, 1916, ANo deducting the right of way of the Seaboard Air Line Railway through said property containing by said survey of N, C. Hughes 5 acres, leaving a residue as tier said survey of 263. 5 acres be the same more or less. 1!. What is known as Sturgeon Islands in the Roanoke River containing by said survey of N. C, Hughes live acres lie the same more or less. C. A Tract of land in Northampton County, Slate of North Carolina, being the upper end of an island known an Great Island, in Roanoke River anil being all of that part of said Wand known as No. I (and marked 1'.) on the plot of division between the heirs of Thomas I!. Eaton made In 1M8, and being all of that part formerly in the pi ssessiun of the said Samuel Miles and il'e, containing by survey of .N. ('. Hughes, Jr. in May, 1917, Fifty Four (51) acres, be the same more or less. N. C on December 17th, 1920, in Book 820, Page 139, and a certain deed of trust dated March 21st, 1921, re corded in the Register's office afore said on the 6th, day of April 1921, in Hook 320. pace 558. both of said deeds of trust having been made and executed by A. Lassiter, and Lizzie C. Lassiter his wife to me asj trustee, default having been made in the pay ment of the indebtedness thereby secured, and at the request of the holder of the notes evidencing said in. debtedness, 1 will, on Saturday, April 9, 1922, at the hour of 12:30 P. M., in front of the Post-Office, in Roanoke Rapids N. C, ofler for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for CASH that certain lot or parcel of land situate. lying and being in Roanoke Rapids Township, Halifax County, State of North Carolina, and in the village of Rosemary, fronting twenty-five 25 feet on the East side of Roanoke Ave nue and running back the same width between parallel lines at right angles to said Avenue one hundred and forty 1401 feet to an alley, and known as lot No. 1124 eleven hundred and twenty four- on the map or plot of the property of the Roanoke Rapids Power Company, made by C. F. Gore & Company, which said map or plot is recorded in Book 1, Page 11 to 14, respectively and inclusively. This the 29th, dav of March, 1922. E. T. Clark, Trustee i 31-4 t. A. L. Clark, Att'y for CASH that cartain tract or parcel of land in Roanoke Rapids Township, Halifax County, State of North Caro lina, the Bame being lot No. 20 (twenty) of plot No. 29 (twenty-nine) of Patter son Town, as shown by the map duly recorded in Book No. 236, at page No. 7. in the Recister of Deeds omce ior Halifax County, State bf North Caro ina. This lot fronts fifty 50 feet on a newly opened street and extends back to wards the North between parallel lines, one hundred; and sixty-five 165 feet This, the 20th, day of March 1922. Edward T. Clark, Trustee. A. L. Clark, Attorney. 3 31-4 talc Classified Advt. Column water rat, nibbling at RAT SNAP out side the house. About 15 minutes later he darted off for the water, to cool his burning stomach, but he died before reaching it." Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Roanoke Pharmacy, Roanoke Rapids, N. C, Patterson Store Co., Rosemary, N. C. FOR SALE-TWO RESIDENCE Inta nr. rmro-Ain. Must be Sold at once. See J. G. Humph reys. NOTICE Under authority of a certain deed nf trust made by Guy Jones and I.ucindv Jones, his wife, to me as trustee, dated the 7th, day of April 1921, re corded in ottice or Kecister of Deeds for Halifax County, N. C. on the 13th. day of April 1921, in Hook No. 324, rage .o. , default havinc been made in the payment of the indebted- ness thereby secured, and at the re quest of the holder of the note evidenc ing said inilehtedneess, I will, onSatur- ay. April 22nd. 1922. at the hour of 12:30 P. M.. in front of the Post.otfW in Rosemary, N. C.', olfer for sale at utilic auction to the highest bidder WILL TAKE SEWING-CALL dav or nitrht. Back fet , Old Town, over Mr. Charlie Medlin Mrs. T. B. Browning. tf WANTED-KELIABLE MAN to represent us in Roanoke Rapids and surrounding terri tory. Man with past ex ner'ience preferred. Good com mission paid. Dees Monument Works, Greenville, N. C. 3-21- 3t Luke Rielly Says, "The Rat Died (ore Reaching the River" Be- "Since moving near the river 2 years ago, we've always used RAT-SNAP. Watched a vicious MR. DAVID PEPPER Mr David Tepper, a well known resident of the county died in the Roanoke Rapids Hos pital Thursday night after an ill ress of three weeks. He was twenty five years of age. A de voted wife and three children survive him. Funeral services were held at the home of his father in Halifax County Satur day afternoon, Rov. R. II. O'Brien and Rev. E. N. Harrison officiating. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Inter ment was made in the family cemetery. The pall bearers were Messrs. Z. C. Hawkins, illiam Morecock, Baldy Green, Robert Ray, Buck Smith, Wiley Brown, Ellis H. Joyner, S. P. Johnson and Early Neville. New Hope Honor Roll Eighth grade Geneva Shaw, Sixth grade-Blanche Ilocka day, Robert Miles and Mamie Shaw. Fourth grade - Bruce Shaw. Second grade --Henry Shaw. First grade-Rupert Shaw. Airp'.'.nc (..'. ' .i t v y. ; In h study of the m v 1 mi Salt Lake City tin airphiae to eoll; samples of air at levels. II -d dillVmit NOTICE OF SALE T Under and by virtue of a power of sale conferred upon the undersigned by a certain deed of trust executed by Job Taylor and W. V. Horner to is. U Hamill, Trustee, which is recorded in book 2X0 at page 261, office of the Register of Deeds for Halifax County. North Carolina, default having been made in payment of an indebtedness , therein set out and thereby secured, and having been duly requested by the legal holder thereof, I will on Monday, May 1, 1922, at 12 o'clock M in front of the Court Mouse door in Halifax town, Halifax County, North Carolina, ex. pose to public sale to the highest bidder for cash the following real urooertr to wit: - 9 First. The Samuel Miles Tract, being the land conveyed by Samuel Miles and wife to Jonathan M. rlecs or Wake . County, North Carolina and George G. Lobdell of the State of Delaware by ' deed dated the , twenty fourth 24thJ day of December A. D. 1872, and DV the said Heck and Lobdell to Lobdell Car Wheel Company party of the first part aforesaid bv "deed dated fourth day of January A. I). 1X77 comprising ' the following separate tracts ot land to wit: - A. A tract of land on the south Ride of the Roanoke River In Halifax County, being the tract on which the said Samuel Miles resided bounded and described as follows: . . Beginning at a stake on the bank of the Koanoke River, gum pointer, run ning thence S. 4t W. 3.W to a stake, thence Sj 18 45' W. 774' to the center of I). The whole of the islauds known as Horse and Priar Islands, situated be tween the main stream of said Koanoke Kivi-r and what is known as Mill River, also known as No. t and marked P. on the sHid divisin plot between the heirs, of the said Thomas I!. Katon; containing by survey of the said N. C. Hughes in Slay, 1917, thirty and one half 'llu-1-21 acres be the same more or less. Said Tracts A. II. C. and D containing in the aggregate by said survof the said N. C. Hughes with the CAi'ptions from tract "A" as note, ed Three Hundred Fifty Three :!5:l acres be the -ame nmre or less. Second. The seven ninths I'ndivided Interestof the party of the first part in what is known as the Sledge Tract on the waters of Itoanoke IJiver in Halifax Countv, North Carolina, bounded and described as follows: - Beginning at a stake on the river bank a comer of the above described Miles tract gum pointers, running thence S. 41 degrees W. to a stake, thence S. Ks degrees 4-7 W. 711' to the center of the Weldon County Road, thence S. Is degrees 1.7 W. 2129' to a stake on the Sledge Spring Branch a gum pointer, thence with aid branch the following course and dis tances N. degrees 1.7 V. 725' N. 21 degrees IT V. S. 74 degrees 1.7 W.203' N. S2 degrees 4.7 W. ihS N. .11 degrees 3.7 W. 371' N. W degrees 1.7 W. 113' to a hickory, thence leaving said branch S. Ill degrees 35' W. 871' to a rock a corner of the land of J. A. House and Mro. thence N. W degrees Id' W. 2(;ii.7 to an iron stake, thence N. .Ill de grees 30' E. 113.7 to a rock, thence S. ::ii degrees 2o' W Plo' to a rock thence N. .11 degrees 1.7 E. 2.121' to a stake on the Southerly side of the right of way ( f the Seaboard Air Line Railway, thence crossing said rightof way to the northerly side thence along said northerly side of said right of way S. 72 degrees 30 W. H30" to a stake, a comer of property of Hamill Brotheis, thence with "said Hamill Brothers property N. O degrees Mi f.. .(! to a stake, thence S. 72 de grees 1.7 VV. 3(i.7 to a stake on the easterly side of the Gaston Countv Road, thence with said road S. 17 de grees 1.7 W. CIO' to a stake thence across said road N. (ju degrees W. 33' to a stake on the westerly side of said road, thence N. 31 degrees, ill)' W. C7(i' to a-Railroad iron on the east erly side of the rightof way of the Camp Manufacturing Company's rail way, thence across to the westerly side of said right of way, thence south westerly with said right ot way about 7W to a post a corner of the land of W. H. WilliiuMs, thence N. 3 de grees 3D" E. KIHHo a Railroad Iron, thence N. I degree. E. 8iKf to a cedar post a corner of the land of Eugene jonnswn, tnence s. 3X degrees 6.7 K 4i'J- toanash stump, thence S. 72 de grees 15 K 60- to an ash stump, thence N. 47 degrees 50' E. 82 to a stake on the bank of the 'Muddy Gut" thence down "Muddy Gut" the following courses and distances, N. 37 decrees E. 173' N. 27 degrees E. 350 N. 6 degrees 45' W. 384' N. 28 degrees 25 E. 415' to a sweet trum on Muddy Gut, Ashley Wilkina Corner, gum pointer thence with Ashley Wil. kins line S. 49 degrees 15' E. 1305' to the center of the Gaston County road oak pointer, thence with said road the following courses and distances. N 49 degrees 15rE. 900 N. 42 degrees 30' E. 800' N. 24 degrees 10 E. 623' to the center line of the old Raleich nnd Gaston R. R. thence northwesterly 157' to the Roanoke -River, thence down said River approximately the following course ana distances a. 4H degrees & 1700' S. 66 degrees 30' E. 300' S. 63 de grees 30' E. ltioO to the place of beginn ing, containing by survey madebvN.C. Hughes in May, 1917 651.3 acres be the same moreorless. Excentinc there from the right of way of the said Seaboard Air Line Railway containing by said survey 9 acres and the rieht of way of the Camp Manufacturing Com pany Railway containing 4,1 acres, leaving a residue of 638.2 acres, b the same more or less. This the 30th day of March, 1922. . B. D. Hamill, Trustee 3-31-4t. Day Phone 140 W. C. WILLIAMS UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Herse Service Anywhere Flower on Short Notice ROSEMARY, N. C. Night Phone 89 META B. JONES Notary Public Offc: Herald Publishing Co., Roanoke Rapidi, N. C. Dr. W. A. Carter VETERINARIAN WELDON, N. C Phone S0J E.S Roanoke ChapterNo. 1190, meets the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 7:30. Visitors cordially Invited' 1 Louise Wafford W. M Pearle K, Pitt ,V-... Boc'I DR. W. M. WARD DENTIST Rosemary, N. C. E. A. MATTHEWS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW OfficMi First National But Baildiaf Roanoke Rapids, N. C Allen C. Zollicoffer Attorney at Law Rosemary, N. . Office Over Old Poatoffie Building Drs. West & Crank DENTISTS Roanoke Rapids, N. C OflKei 2nd Flooi Drug Store Building W. A. BODELL & COMPANY Heating & Plumbing Bluefield, W. Va. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. For Local Estimates Call C. M. Pitt, Phone No. 12 PAINT UP A good job of painting is impossible unless the best Paint is applied by ex perienced workmen. The amount of work involved is the same, but better Paint gives many times the service of poor Paint. We Have a Full Line of the Different Tints of Alabastine Roanoke Hardware Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Co. Thos. W. Wafford ' Jeweler High Grade Repairing Our Specialty. Terms Cash Phone 83 Roanoke Rapids. N. C MUSIC STUDIO Over Roanoke Pharmacy Inatruetion given in Piano, Violin and all String Inatrumants . C. S. STANAGE Motor Watch 85 CENTS This price will hold good until Easter At ny time during the next six monthi we will accept theae watches at their pmchate price (85c) ai part payment on any better grade watch you may de sire. W. G. LYNCH Kaaaak RaaidV, N. C Clean Up With the Advent of Spring cleaning you will find need of many different articles of furniture for your home - a -new iron bed to replace the old wooden one - a new rug for your living room - or pos sibly a kitchen cabinet. , " A Then, too, you will want to equip your porch for'spriW. We have furniture of all Jcinds for this use. Porch Chairs in Gray Enamel - Oak and Natural Finish Porch Swings and Porch Suits Let Us Show You Our Stock of ; Spring Furniture B. S. WEBB Exclusive Furniture Dealer Roanoke Rapids, N. C. NOTICE 1 Under authority of a certain deed of truRt dated December 15th, 19i!0, and dulv recorded in the oflloe of the Reenter of Deeds for Halifax County, HERE IS THE i LAMP THAT WILL PLEASE YOUR WHOLE FAMILY The Edison White MAZDA Lamp gives " just the right light " for homes and is well suited to the needs of office or store. I Because of its white tipless bulb, it gives a soft, evenly diffused light that is brilliant, without glare. . ' .' '" - . . ;- ': The White MAZDA Lamp will fit in any socket using 40-, 50- or 60-watt clear lamps. Once you see these lamps lighted you will want your whole equipment fitted with them. We sell them. ' IT p. nic iuui icpauug luvjiaojj. i. Opportunity When it Knocks at Your Door? Are You Preparing for the Com- r nni s-xi l a a at l rorts inat uia Age so lviucn . ' .: Desires? If not the best thing you can do is to open a savings account. , - i Our new interest period begins April 1 st. All Deposits received until the 8th draw interest as of April 1st. Insurance of All Kinds V 'i Urn ti l o rr " v i iriTpnc nanir v mm i n t 1 V- ft lir Jm. L Pattcraoa, Prtt. . J. A. Maara, V. Prta. P. L Naak, Catkiar . I ,' Rosemary, N. C. : i-'l Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it ai our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Ligittt Mjtri Ttkaen Ct. terfield, 20 for 18c 10 for 9c Vacuum tint of SO 45c nes CIGARETTES cf Turkish and Domestic tobaccos hUndai v.) Roanoke Rapidfe Power Co. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. ,i; VY'' el