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ON SEniNG OUT BAIT '
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" 5.5 par year outride North Caroline,.
A Democratic Journal, devoted to the material, educational,
economic and agricultural inierc- f ,
ABOUT' BCIWO LAND
It taaot our business to advise
ffsuch advice would, necessarily
be bawd upon iuumj - -
ligation to Call attention w
ting trends, to gWe facte and to
reoort responsible ..opinion. To
gether they make it possiuie
'Souals to form considered
judgment before Uklng action.
Stw o Agrlcultu Wickard
becreiary t threnten-
ing land boom." reflected by toe
la. HAtll IU1HU HIIU
increase iu ' ... .
ox ianu, -
We are not prepared to suggest
that present land values are in
, t wmild be unwise
to'ase Val estate at this
Nevertheless, the present trend
is strongly sugeesuve w
which occurred during and after
effect upon many indi-
TBYING TO FIND THE FACTS
The value ol a firee press to me
people of a country depends upon
in ntihlishlne the
news and its fairness in present
While thoroughly appreciating
the difficulties under which most
newspaper writers labor, we call
attention to a recent observation
!. inmov nnvis Director or tne
Office of War Information, which,
we feel, deserves tne careiui cun
sideratlon of newspapermen in
Mr. Davis asserted that the
practice of newspapers "of trying
-. finri nut what the facta are is
W . . . . -
not as general as it was 20 or 25
Th ewmt of the Red Armv
through the Ukraine is underway
but despite threatened disasters
the Germans seem to have re
treated without loslner anv ereat
number of prisoners. '
Time and again the Russians
have seemed on the verge of cut
ting off large . segments of the
Mn7l invartera . hilt , j evierv lime
the trao has closed just a little
?aa lata. Tn rarnn rnp pnnnv.
stubborn uerman retention oi
vt.nl Pm illiictrntra the noint.
There is no aouDi 01 tne exieni
of the Red Army's supremacy in
the fighting now going on but,
inc.- the name, to avoid error, it
. . ... i a ' . . .I.A ml.
ib lntemeeni o -ooserve uic duv
res with which the Teutons are
moMner their tmv homeward.
IMQMIIA ... V
Soviet Celebrata seal victories
Thn finviet verv iustlv ; cele
brates the recapture of vast areas
It. er.ll nnil ulthraltrh 10SS Of
Jl bw, - m . . . .
Russian territory is not fatal to
Nazi defenses, It is a monai mow
to Hitler's dream of a new order
in Europe. .
While "most of the able men in
Washington are very careful
about checking on the facts" there
nre "men in tha unner and lower
which occurreu uu.a- brackets that aire not
wm JncoUaedwith dis-!.o careful."
NOTICE OF SERVICE I
I , BY PUBUCATION
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
FREDERICK W. STBGNER
j SYLVIA F. STEGNER -
The defendant, Slyvla F. SUg
nar, will Uke notice that an ac
tios entitled above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
puplia County for the purpose of
obtaining aa absolute divorce from
the defendant on the grounds of
or mora years separation and the
defendant will further Uke notice
.k. tm renuired to aDDear at
the office of the Clerk of Superior
Court of said county at the Court
ku in icenanavills. North Caro
lina, within twenty days after the
25th day of November, 1943 and
answer or demur to the eomplaiat
..ia .nHnii nr the nlaintlff Will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the aaid complaint.
Thia the 19th day of October,
R. V. Wells, Clerk Superior Court
NOTIClfbF SERVICE BY
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
I HENRY V. REVEILLE
VERA VIRGINIA REVEILLE
The defendant. Vera Virginia
Reveille, will Uke notice that an
action entitled above has been
omrntnitd In the SuDertor Court
of Duplin County for the purpose
f nhtnintne an absolute divorce
from the defendant on the
grounds of two or more years
separation and the defendant will
further take nouce inai ane u re
quired to appear at the office of
the Clerk of Superior Court ,pf
aid county at the Courthouse In
Kenansville, North Carolina, with
in twenty days after the ,30th day
of November, 1943 and answer or
demur to the complaint In said
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief deman-
, ded in the said complaint.
This the 29th day of October,
: R, V. Wells, Clerk, Superior
. Court, Duplin County.
U-26-4t, A. J. E. ,
and nther vq Hpnrv MobleV.
Nancy Mobley and others, the un-
dersignea wiu seu 10 me mgnesi
bidder for cash at the courthouse
dnnr in Dimlln f!nlintv on Novem.
ber 29, 1943, at 12 o'clock, noon,
the following tract or lano. in uu-
nlin rVtnntv nnmed hv NanCV
Mobley, and being the excess of
her homestead, adjoining me ianas
of H. D. Lanier and others, and
bounded as follows:
To4nnn7 at n mania on the
north run of Muddy Creek, at the
mpih urost mrner of the E. G.
1 IW. ... TW
Batts tract of land, now owned by
the G. B D. Parker neirs, ana
runs thence with the said Batts
line south 24 1-4 east 3100 feet to
a stake, the north east corner oi
the homestead tract, thence along
tk hnmattead line smith 54 1-2
west 580 feet to a stake, in H. D.
t Bnim line th nortn wesi cor
ner of the homestead tract, thence
along said Laniers line north 24
1-4 west 2540 feet to a black gum,
on the north run or Muaay uwx,
H. D. Laniers corner, thence up
the run of the said Creek, as it
meanders to the beginning, con
taining 36 acres, more or less, ana
being a part of the tract oi lana
alloted to Nancy Mobley, te the
division of the ianas oi u. .
r anier aa nrmears from the Re
port of Commissioners in Office
Clerk Superior court, book o,
This the 25th day of October,
194. .. r.. in T..
D. S. Williamson onemi m Du
ll-26-4t D. S. W.
wnulfT not' have
n n-Anrlara the lana
and cities for which they paid
such a heavy price Despite the
orderly nature of the withdrawal,
which gives testimony iu ure -cipline
among Nazi soldiers. The
abandonment oi nuasmu
been the result of mUitary pres
aHam in fa iv rroceou
The steady retirement of the
German army in Italy continues.
uHth the withdrawal ia Rus-
HiUlia w v" -
sia. The two fighting fronts carry
naitra TA Tnf 1HZ1S.
noBuw riT. l,n
In Italy, tne rsazis ivc
up good positions but, each time,
patienUy brought up adequate
strength before attacking.-- This
policy is responsible for the rela
tive low casualty lists that come
from Italy. It may not capture
Rome auickly but it saves thou-
sands of lives. :
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Havine this day qualified .as
Executrix of B. C. Sheffield, t-s-i.i.
ki. I- nntifv all oersons
having claims against the said es
tate to present mem to u ui
.i . verified on or .before
November 8, 1944, or this notice
will be plead in Dar oi u.c"
coveiry. All persons indebted to
said estate ana to me
Drug Company, of which he was
the owner, wui piease
This November 8, 1943.
Allie J. Sheffield, Executrix
Warsaw, N. C
Italian Baaea WIU Help
.irfiolda in Italy
X rum fc-apiu ,., j-
i.. i v.;JT nf formanv -will be
intensified. Quite hkely the ton
nage of explosives aMf "ft
Germany wiU soon toUl 50.0W
tons a month, . . ' ... .. Tn
The map ireveais tnai ""
basea will be of matermi iuu
homMnff tMtU -ot Austria- and
Czechoslovakia, which are , more
than 600 miles irom r.nBuo
Since 1939 tnere nave v..
many attacks against V""""
held' enters, .The heaytest lu
areas are witnin uv,
English bases ; ?,sn5J
Rhur has been visited 289 times.
Manheim 83, Cologne 122 1 . Bre
men 106, Emden 87, Wilhelms
haven 81. In the low counties and
France airfields . "
have been, attacked times
Belgium im. y( "7 wanA
99, St. waxaire ax,
Brest tunes. . i
" lana Face Crisis At Babanl
slowly moving to a stage ere
the Japanese will be compeUedJ-o
Sake Tdedsive attempt to
our advances. - ' .
before this - article appears In
print. , .,
son of Bob and Mrs. Nannie Mae
Tyndall Jones of Beulaville, is
with the Army somewhere in the
Southwest Pacific. : He enlisted
in March, 1940, and trained in
South Carolina, ueorgia, Kansas,
Iowa, Missouri, Arizona and Cal
ifornia. His wire, tne lormer
Miss Marcla Adesj-resides with
her parents in Des Moines, Iowa.
This November 8th, 1943.
J. W. Blanchard, .administrator.
11-18. J. W. B.
L I. BANDLCf, O.
mr jr. T T Sandlin
KUU W MIIU U. A. W. """
of Beulaville, is with the Army
Air Forces in England. He enterea
the Army last February, trained
at Keesier rieia, miss., ana i-
fprson Barracks. Mo. He was
hnnklreeer for the I. J. sandlUl
Company store in Beulaville be
fore entering the Army. His wife
is the former Miss Joy Edwards,
daughter or Dr. and Airs, uawaras
of Pink Hill.
T.nm restfl UDOn
the sea and it is necessary, if the
Japanese -mm -noaah
BA"i!! ,v ' and reinforce
lost in the aoionwiu. - -
chaiiengea kuuvc : - thrMt
The Japs must meet the threat
Afi..J that is vital to
Or give K'uv""
their aims. ,
v ' USE
m tAdinSALYL NOSE DROPS
possible," Knox said."
"The woodsmen who cut , the
pulpwood are doing their part to
sustain the home front and back
the boys who use a gun instead of
WARSAW, N. O.
The undersigned wiU sell to the
highest bidder for cash atthe late
Residence of W. B. MW f
ceased, near KenansviUe, on Sat-
urday. rsovemoer im
10 o'clock, Ai ra ui "
of the nersonal property belong
ing to the said estate, consisting
of household ana jureneu
ture, tbeds, mattresses, 'tables,
desks, chairs etc, also all the
farming utensils of said Murray,
now on hand inciuaing puma, wc,
i ...v.rca urnirnn. x caxu uuta
hatrow. plow gear, pea puater,
riding plow, and cultivators, ei,
also 1 horse ana cows, aw
Navy Secretairy, Frank Knox,
recently endorsed the 27-State
pulpwood campaign sponsored by
the nation's newspapers m an ei
fort to avert any further short
age of paper for essential civilian
and' military uses. .
Tn a letter to Walter M. Dear.
chairman of the Newspaper Pulp-
til . it A
wood uommitiee, ivnox ueu
th. 'Mairv lnnka to the Droducers
of pulpwood r from which paper
Is made to provwe enougn iaw
material to package the food, and
m. 1 i J A. A MAMnl
supplies Deing sruppeu u
ano and aiiiod fnrres overseas.
irh milnumnd ruttpr and the
1 cart, disk tt c TJaw have the name aim. it
is to win this war as quiciuy
u..rfs tMa dav aualified as ad'
i.i.tAV . nt the estate of B C.
tj n lata nr miniin Louiuy.
noiucu. w v- . - z
t tv.li. la tn nntifv
Piorui wjuviiim, - . IF
all persons having claims against i
said estate to present mem ui
.n1ara1emed dlllv Verified. Otl OT
before one year from date of the
last publication of this notice or
this notice" will be plead in bar of
their recovery. '
A Tl merorma Indented w saw es
tate will please make Immediate
This the 8th day of November,
IDA . ..- , . : :i ' '. t
Ransom Harrell,' Admlnlstratoir
T C Harrell estate
."w. - . "...
H. E. Phillips, Attorney.
Carolina, on the 10th day of De
unhoi iodt and answer or de-
mur to the complaint of the plain
tiff, filed in said action on ui
date, on or before the 31st day of
December, 1943, or the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint
Thia Qth dav of November. 1943.
R. V. Wells, Clerk Superior Court
WATCH AND JJCWELBY.
v: BN B A T i u
A. J. CATENA VQB
Dnpllfl's Oaly Jewelry Store
. Wallace, N. C. '
Son. - Mon. Nov. 21-22
"LET'S FACE IT"
with Bob Hope and
Tuea. Nov. 2S
with Cecil KeUaway and
Wed. Nov. 24
"OLD BARN DANCE"
with AenM Antrr
"One Dangerous Night"
with Warren William ,
ThunC - FrL Nov. 2M
with Joan Crawford aad
FreM MacMurray '
Sat. Nov. 27
TMiDhla FeatiiM '
'Robin Hood of the Range'
with rrharlea KiAITntt ''
"Murder in Times Square"
with Edmund Low
Oar Cattle aa'd Hog Sales
are eed We have
Buyers For - Callstlted
Kambers ' .
W try to tarry
1M iMd ei. P
and awlsa at D ttaaes
eaa aat-mfy yea la a
aad aaato aal.
' Cattle and hg (rewers .
wh have et beaa visit.
N tag aw sales are lavtted
to pay as a visit It will
pay yea as4 pay as.
1AIAI I Af5 NT
Having this day qualified before
the Clark ot tne eupeu yr
of Duplin County, as administra
tor. C T. A, of the aetata of P. E.
Williams, deceased, this Is to no
tify all persons maeDieu w "m
esute to make immediate pay
ment and all persons having
.1.1. ..Inat aaid estate Will
.oi the aame to the Under-
aimed on or before the 11th day
of November, .1944, being one
year year from tat ibk
la v. ruihlioatton Of tlllS
notice, or the same wiU be pid
h.a f their rerovvry. u
November 9th, 1943.
Irene A. Williams,
Administratrix, C. T. A,
k a,thnr(tw nt an execution
Issued to the undersigned Sheriff
of Dupli" County irom tne upw
4. rvnirt nf Ttnnlin Countv in tlie
action B. P. Eggleston, Trustee
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
MOSES LEE HILL
PEARLIE MAT HILL
Tka defendant. Pearlie itay
tini ohii take) notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been
rnTr.anisaA in the HUDerior VOUTl
of Duplin County, worm uroun,
i- v.l- .n ahanliitA divorce, on
.. ,.i. nt adultrv. and the
Ul i-v- r- ...
further take notice that she is re
quired to appear at the office of
7. c.mmlitr Pmirt of DUP-
lin County, in Renanavmc,
We Will Buy On The Following Dates:
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