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. R. 0. (BOB) MAXWELL Contributing Editor"
R. S. GOADS', Circulation Manager
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"A .DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL, PUBLISHED BY A DEMO
CRAT AND DEVOTED TO THE MATERIAL, EDUCATION
AL, ECONOMIC ' AND AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS : OF
DUPLIN AND 8URROUNDINQ COUNTIES, ' ,
THURSDAY; AUGUST 29th, 1835 :
, t FROM THE SCRIPTURES H
"Give her of the fruit of her hands: And let her work1,
praise her ta the Kates." Proverbs 81:SL - f ;
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, ' GOLDEN GLEAMS
Virtuous and vlcloua evry Man must be, v
Few In th' extreme, but ail In the degree Pope.
' Prices are probably going up for a few years and some fortunes
wUl be made, hut most of them will be dropped when the next depres
sion begins. . . :.-T
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1 As we read what the politicians of both parties say we gradually
come to the suspicion that the United States is to have two rresmenis
. after 1936.
' According to Rear Admiral William S. Sims, Retired, the Navy
is all wrong. Wonder if the Admiral couldn't teU the world what's
the matter with it?
The average city slicker has the idea that the farmer ought to
grow cheap food for him whether the farmer makes a decent living
out of the crop or not.
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The nations, as we gather it, denounced war in the Kellogg pact
but Japan and Italy reserved the right to defend themselves from the
aggressions of China and Ethiopia.
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Advertising of the right kind can do any merchant good; the
trouble Is that so many merchants squander their advertising money
on schemes that are not truly productive.
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The state of human beings can be understood when one realizes
that the average man will be surprised if somebody does him a favor.
It's come to the point where a woman can't become a citizen
of the United States unless she is willing to bear arms for the country.
EDITOR MAXWELL COMMENTS
Well readers after so long I am back on the Job. Society has
sustained a great loss in the dauntless flier Wiley Post and the peerless
cowboy, philosopher and humorist, Will Rogers. Peace to their ashes,
love and lasting memory in gratitude for their services. -
1 ' ,w It looks: a greeavarlee and setfsemffsgsrandWment
" may start another world conflagration in the near future as it did" in
1914. Will our politicians ad would he statesmen. again ns luena a
"cats paws to pull,the chestnuts out of the hot ashes for those greedy
' vAmniros and vandals of special privilege, we international panKens
' and munitions makers? We shall see:
; Our schools will soon open. Will our buildings be properly re
paired and equipped with necessary arrangements for the decent Stan-
dards and sanitary conditions of living for our children. Will we have
a sufficient number of busses driven by competent and responsible
" parties or will any old thing do? Why should our teacher load be in
creased when it was already too large? Our schools have suffered
from lack of sufficient teachers. Will our officials whose duties require
them to stay in behind the indifferent and negligent parents be on the
job and see that those parents comply with the law and keep their
children in school? We trust they will. '
After all the great necessity to keep all our social systems
functioning is money which is simply government credit and which
may be stamped on paper, metal or other materials' and' should be is
sued by the government for services rendered or materials furnished
by states, corporations or individuals. AH this should be 'done by the
government and that horde of vampires who are living .high by spe&
ulating on the peoples money but are producing nothing, should be
shaken loose from their nefarious profession and let engage in some
productive work. Work might be had by all if the government would
administer its own economic system as contemplated by the constitu
tion. This would wipe out unemployment, recreate a rugged (not
ragged) citizenship. It would cause bread lines and soup kitchens to
disappear, would foster industry, thrift, morality, social security and
would well nigh wipe out crime and would rapidly carry us forward
on the up-grade, R. G. MAXWELL. ' 1 U
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Lanier and wile to David
1 i, 4.2 acres adjoining G
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Clua.lo Herring and wife to Ella
J. kn i i ing, 41 acres adjoining Fai-
Son DftU. '. .?;'!'.,
Kossie M, Groves to. X: A. Mer
rltt. an3 wife, one lot on College
' .Brantley Kennedy and , wif to
John, B. KKennedy, Jr., 12 1-2 acres
adjoining J. D. Kennedy. '
G. G. Holland and wife to Mor
ris King and wifo 114.75' acres
near Beautancus. ,
Annie Kate Powell to Henrv
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we, one sixw acre near 3 War
saw on A. & C. R. R. - -
ciyae a. Johnson and wife to
Stephen C Brlnsoa., 0 acres on
Cedar Fork Road.- - v, .
K. m.. outnn and Wife to J. w.
quinn, 2 lota adjoining J. W. Quinn
.executors of O. w. Qumri estate
to J.- W, Quinn, 37.7 acres on Mud
dy Creek Beulaville road 80 acres
on Beuiaviiie-Hallsville road 1 lot
in Beulaville, r -
Commissioners to divide " estate
of Blaney Harper, To heirs of Nora
Kennedy, 81.51 acres. To Mrs, Fan
nie Kennedy, 67.41 acres. To Mrs.
KitUe Jane Bill, 44.80 acres. Trs
Mrs. Eula Howard 54.51 acres. To
Joe H; Harper 54.6 acres. To Mrs.
Eva Hill, 108.55 acres. To Heirs of
Junta Kennedy 142.62 acres. To
Mrs.. Angelina Stroud 142.52 acres.
10 ijeirs of ; Ethie Kennedy . 170
acres. The above land lying on, or
hear the Lenoir-Duplin line. :..v
Stella E, Williams to Willie Scott
and wife, theW. H. WiUiam lots
west of Warsaw. ,..', ,
" Robert P. Ralford and others to
W. H. CarriU and wife, 87,75 acres
on A. C. L. R, R. and Kennasvllle
-Clinton Highway. - .
E. I Smith to Woodrow W. Smith
51 acres on Burncoat Swamp.
J. E. Williams, Commissioner to
Robert Raeford I cemetery lot
Same Herring .Johnstone and
others to W. B. Murray, 4 abres ad
joining lands of W. B. Murray. .
Atlantic Finance C. to J. L. Page,
certain lots on Warsaw-Friendship
road. t ; ' .' ' '.
ITALY WILL FIGHT V i'V?' '',
TVia lnfaaf natifd frm W.tiysTm inrlfotttAfl tVlof triA mfftT fif lTrATin
and Great Britain to prevent Italy from waging aggesslve warfare, a-
gainst Ethiopia has failed. The three-power conference adjourned
with no concrete good having been accomplished, Mussolini having
completely refused to be satisfied with partial military occupation and
a grant of economic control over the Ethiopian country.
f : ,, This means that Italy will start her soldiers marctdng Just as
' soon as Mussolini thinks weather conditions will permit efficient mili
tary operations. For many monthe he has been gathering soldiers and
supplies for the campaign which he believes will bring glory to his
rule. In Ethiopia the Emperor Halle Selassie' and his bare-footed sol-
',' diors are preparing to defend their 'independence as best they can, aid'
ed considerably by the mountainous nature of their country. ' , .
'v The League of Nations will meet early , in September to consider
what 'it will do about the matter. With its prestige already severely
snaxen Dy a lauure to restrain japan against unina, omciais oi the
1 ' League realize that to allow one member to wantonly attack and des-
. f poll another member marks the end of its influence. Yet the League,
' without an efficient military enforcing agency of its own, is powerless
i t to take definite restraining action; , Wi ; . v ;: tw , ' ,
, f ';, The future has possibilities, arising frorri Italy's invasion,: Which
" . may be fruitful in changing the history of the world. In the first place
should Italy become involved in a-long' and trying mUltary effort,
Germany may seize the occasion to make a definite move in Europe.
L This might precipitate another war on that continent. Of almost as
:: much concern to the great colonial powers, France and Britain, Is the
possibility of Italy's action sUrring up serious resentment among the
colored races of .their; 'pwtk dominions.;-';; :;,it;;!iy,;ijk.
Wi'Qi possibility, somewhat alarming ' in its potentialities, is that
japan nugnc seize ue occasion to champion the rights of the color
2 ed races against white Italy. With m navy vastly superior to that of the
Italians the Japanese would be in a position to as effectively interfere
with the Italian' campaign by controlling the seas East of Suez as the
British could West of Suez with their Mediterranean fleet If Japan
s ' -cs such an opportunity, how could the European nations object
i t'.-likewise, think Italy'a war la Unjustified?
NOTICE OF SALE OF
. REAL ESTATE
Under and by virtue pf the pow
er of salo contained in a Deed of
Trust signed by B. L. Winner, re
corded in Book 337, Page 257, of
the records of the office of the
Register of Deeds of Duplin Coun
ty, to the undersigned Trustee, de
fault having occurred, and tne hol
der of the notes secured by said
Deed of Trust having requested a
foreclosure of said Deed of Trust,
the 3 .undersigned Hwill. I t 112:00
o'clock Noon, at the Court House
door of Duplin County, Kenans ville,
N. C, on September 23, 19.35, ex
pose to public sale for cash, to the
highest bidder, the following piece,
parcel or lot of land situate
Duplin County, Island Creek Town.
ship, State h of North Carolina,
bounded and described as follows
Lying and being In the Village
of Tin-City and on the West side
of North Carolina State Highway
No. 40, and North of Highway
No. 41, .i and . bounded pn the
North by the lands of Fred Win
ner; East by said Highway No.
40; South by Bank of Duplin and
on the West by Perry Hanchey,
said lot running 50 feet on High
way No. 40 and 120 feet deep
(said, lot being 50 x 120 -feet)
and known as the B. L. Winner
store and Cafe. In Tin-City.
Dated and posted, this 17th day
or August,. 1935. :
Trustee for Foster-Hill Realty
9-19-3t. R, C.t W. ; ,
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Louise Ward of Raleigh
spent the week end witn her pa
rents. Mtas Ward was accompanied
to Raleigh by her sister, Miss Eli
zabeth Ward. n
Friends of .Mr Dave Campbell
are very glad to see him out again
after several months of illness. .
Mrs. J. D, Robinson, and Master
Jack Robinson . are visiting '.rela
tives in North i Wilksboro and
Greensboro. ' 1
Mr. Evans Boney who is station
ed at Jacksonville spent the past
week end here with hla mother,
Mrs. Palsle Bone v.. '
Miss Flora Mae Cavenaugh leav
es this vwek for Fort Worth Texas
to resume her studies in the Bap
Mr. and . Mrs. Sam Mdrford of
Kentucky spent Sunday with Mrs.
B. Cooper." Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ford who have been on the Wallace
Tobacco Market for the last. sev
eral years will be in Goldsboro
this year, i " - , ,
Miss Lucv Fields of Chadbourn
is visiting , her brother and sieter-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Fields.
Mrs. William Blossom and chil
dren left Sunday for Castle Haynes
Where they will moke their home.
Mrs. Gordon Jones spent the
week end In Kinston with her mo-
tlisr, Mr Ada McGowan who is
A patient In a Kinston hospital. ' -;
Guests tn the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S .G. Jones for the past week
were:: Mr.1 and Mrs. Earl Walker,
Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth Johnson and
Mr. Randy Kellam of Eastern
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brady who
were recently married spent Sun
day, with the latters' mother, Mrs.
George Powers. '
i, Friends are sorry to learn of the
illness of Mr. I, B. Southerland in
Winston-Salem hospital; . . i ;
.Mrs. J. S. Stokes Robinson who
baa been , spending . her vacation
with her parents leaves Friday for
ramter, va. ,
Miss Ellen Carr Wells who has!
oeen a patient at Jamea Walker
Memorial hospital for some time
returned : to her home Tuesday.
Friends wish for her a speedy re
covery, t , n
Miss Ellen Johnson of Bunraw
was the week end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Johnson.
Mr .and Mrs.v Clute Rlvenbarlr
and son Broadus, Mr. and Mrs. L.
B. Cavenaugh and daucrhter ran.
nor Mae spent last week at Caro
.'Mrs. Lee Dees had as her guest
on Friday Mr. and Mrs.jE. L
Sloop and Mr. Bruce Sloop - of
China Grove and Mr. and Mrs.
Marks Sloop of Lenore. . . .
Mlas Edith Carr and Miss Marv
Cornelia Wells will leave Friday to
enter , the Nurses Training School
at the James Walker Memorial
Hospital in Wilmington. .
j Mr .and Mrs. Stokes Newkirk
of Magnolia spent Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. G. H. Robinson.
Mrs. A G. Smith, Mr. Oscar and
Mary Graham Smith returned Sa-i
turday from a visit with
m wamiet, ( . . 1
niyht ' cullier of JU,; Jui,:i i
y Those viMiting at liei-nert H
AlSnuady were Mr. and Mm. Martin ;
f Hill If .n . TnnU T.,i11 ...
.u... iuu tia. .lUk'.O
Doi-p Run, Mrs. Kibby Hill. Mia. iTlionii.a 1
A. R. Blizzard, Mr. and Mrs. James ' f-r .al J
Potter and daughters, Laura and recent vmitora n.
Helen. - :,.'':'. v ! Mr. I.ansoin :
Miss Julian Fay Lee visited ainess visitor at i . ;
Misses Mable and Estelie HU1 Sat- day. . ,
urday P ,M., ' I Messrs LlnwooJ 1 1 1
Mr. J. B. Grady is on the sick Jones and Flovd I ith
hst J; ; the Klnston-TarL ;
Mr. Earl Blizzard, Milton' Hill game in Kinston Wed.ii
Misses Estelie and Mable Hill were ; noon.
at Woodland Lake Sunday P. M. ' j . Mr. Ransom Holland,
o i if v'Tv .'ga xiouana, jeatrice Hon
Mr. , and Mrs. George '
Innent Snndnv nf farr.lli.o
A base ball game betwe
PINK HILL NEWS
Blizzard's X Road
Most everybody in this section
Is grading tobacco. s
Miss' Julia Fay Lee returned to
her home Sunday after spending
several days with her sister, Mri
W. P. Thompson. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Mardecian Biij!j;arri
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gradv
Gl.nn.. .I..";.. 'ii '.''...'....(' . .
Mrs. Zack Williams, Mrs. Fredi
niuams ana Mr, JLenman-wii-' Hon nrt Pink win .
llftm hfllffi: rati.miaj Dw,..Ljlni-,.. m.i ....... . n
and other points In Western North noon, was won by Pink Hill
Carolina. ' ' 1 ' ' - 6. . -
Miss Grace Jones ,spent . ! some c M. Louis Andrews of T
tlmfe recently with Miss Christine j burg,, Virginia, is visiting V.
Prldgen at bar home near Warsaw, i here.
- Pink Hill's A. B .C. Store opened I ( Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey K r
Tuasday, August 20th with 'Mr. and Mm Hoi vri... .
Fred WUliams, manager and . . Mr. ! Sunday with relatives at 1
Reet Jones assistant manager, ' and Greenville: Mr. ! G W
A case ball same between Wal-!. man: anmnonUH thi. i ,.
lace and Pink Hill teams at Wal-J weeks visit
lace Thursday afternoon was won ' Many from Pink Hill nri
by Fink Hill 23 to 9, , , ltv attended the nnnln r
3, J. Smith has returned tobacco marketrf in nw.m,m,. v
Mr. Varner Garner made a Dual- ftom a buslnc"ss trip to New York, son and Kinston Monday.
AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY ,
t OUR CARS ARE GONE OVfiR COMPLETELY IN
OUR SHOP BEFORE THEY ARE PUT ON THE
V spenCe auto cb. K
; ' ; WARREN MAXWELL, Itep. ;
' 1 LiaGraiige N.'C. ' ''"'
Duplin County ; - r - .
under .and by virtue of powei
and authority vested in the under
signed commissioners in a certain
Judgment in the Superior Court of
Duplin County entered in a certain
action now .pending, in said Court,
entitled: Gurney P. Hood Commis
sioner of Banks Ex Rel , Farmers
Bank ft Trust Company of ; Wal
lace, Inc. vs L J. Brown and Wife,
Minnie Brown, the said undersign
ed Commissioner will offer for sale,
and sell for cash to the highest bid
der at the courthouse doot in Ke
nansville, North Carolina, on the
26th day of September, 1935, at or
about the hour of 12:00 o'clock
Noon, .the following described tract
or narnfil nt lnnrt- '!4,ijJ-.i-...':'fj;,tw.'
Belng Lot No. 48 and' 49 In block
8 and sltoate4 In the town of
Beulaville In '- plat on "property
formally owned by Bland Wal
lace and known as the Wallace
lands M is surveyed and platted
py ju. i Hnuitim v. E. which
aid may or plat Is recorded In
book 190 page 692 of public Re
gistry of Duplin County, to which
may reference Is had for a more
accurate description of 4he a-
bove mentioned lot, it being the
same lot described In a certain
deed from JT, C. Craft And wife
to Potter Hin Union Supply Co,
of i record In Duplin County
book 193, page 579, to which re
cord reference Is hereby made. -U
Advertised this the 26th day of
August 1935. 1 .
ROBERT C. WELLS,
9-19-4t R. C. W.
ARE INVITED TO VISIT
WILSON, ;N. ; G.
THE MOST MODERN AND BEST LIGHTED TO
BACCO WAREHOUSE IN EASTERN I
, ; For your Comfort and Convenience, large improve- ; f '
f - mehts have been made, New Floor with Down Stairs! Of : ! ' "
. . ,t f ices, large sanitary Camp Rooms, Ladies Pest Rooms, a ' v
new Corner Entrance from Street into Warehouse, mak- )
f ' , 1 ing possible new and better Light on the floor which as; '
j sures you of Real Service; Satisfaction and Comfort ' J? ,
1 ; , 1 ' "jOur every effort will be put forth to see that every .
, V pile brings the Hiffhest Possible Price? f ' - v ' ?
FIRST SALE .OPENING; DAY
R. T. Smith;
: -W. M. Carter,
C. IL Phaup,