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Dec. 15, 1943, edition 1 /
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a PAGE SEVEN
nn i i i in 11 =
Ijf D II II 1 than the average. This in tt
ifir.Dellamy iw&dcmatter ?f ^ production at
,L_ ^ marketing.
Cjno D~lnff?nn He had four or five acres i
JTlllC ii UlCTlis UJJ the crop and around 200 bushe
[per acre were produced. The dij
Gaunty Commissioner Pro- ging, last weea, snowed them t
Educed No. 1 Government be nice smooth medium size
" """ '1?TT c rinuprnmpnt 8
'IStock Which bold for IWild I, uic _
$2.80 Per Bushel Right No- 1 Stock) Mr- Bellamy did nc
'There on The Farm euven have to Iook for a buye
' Where Grown *?\ bifm and Pal
i him $2.80 per bushel for his entir
^Although fine crops of sweet cr?P'
' ? , ! Commenting on this fine cro
potatoes were made on countless an(J the sti? finel. price Count
f^ms in Brunswick it would seem Agent Dodson said, "We need t
t$at County Commissioner O. P. encourage the growing of a pots
: For the fob you have done for
- America and for her allies ? in
spite of handicaps, in spite of rTfT?iyrH
.h^rtnnac nf Inhor and eauiDment, f ,(F!
in spite of increased demands, IfWI
THANK YOU, MR. FARMER CTjllflilll
We closed the deal over long distance
telephone last Monday with a large New
i \ork Factory Warehouse for a big shipment
of Toys to be shipped by express.
I THIS MERCHANDISE WILL BE
ON SALE, TUESDAY,
1 1 AND MANY OTHER NICE GIFTS !
WHITEVILLE, N. C.
C ' i
r, A , Toy Headquarters For
r Open Saturday columbus,
Night and Every Brunswick
T b J And BLADEN
I Night Next Week counties.
te es in thickness and four inches I
id in length. This is the most desir- :
able size for all purposes. Large 1
n potatoes are not attractive to buy- j'
18 ers who know that the consumers ]
do not look with favor upon such ('
s He said that large potatoes un-11
>t doubtedly made good stories for I
r. the papers, all the same the folks 1
c' who want potatoes for the table
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prefer medium sized ones.
? KING'S DAUGHTERS 1
i The King's Daughters will have <
a Cnristmas party at the home of
Mrs. R. T. Woodside on Thursday 5
" nighi at 7:30 o'clock.
Many Farmers Must File
And Pay The Victory Tax L
(Continued From Page One)
income amounted to as much as "
$624 will be required to file for ?
A farmer's "gross income" is '
the total amount received from ^
the sales of crops, livestock, livestock
products, forest products, .
and any money or value of goods
received for rent, wages, salaries,
commissions, interest and such.
Deputy Christman will not be
able to fill another appointment in I
the county for the purpose of explaining
and aiding the farmers
tuJ? * T* Jo not in thn !
wiui una uia. aw *o nw * v?
line of the duties of the already
overworked county agent to aid
farmers in filling out their victory
tax blanks. Still, Mr. Dodson is
keeping a supply of the blanks
on hand for all who call for them,
together with all available printed
information. The filing is a declaraton
of the estimated income
and victory tax by individuals and
must be made under the penalties .
of perjury, that it is true, to the
best of the knowledge and beliei'
of the signer.
(Continued From Page One)
the war is over. He thinks that
the sooner the folks at home come
to realize that the war sill has
to be won, and the harder these
home folks work to support the
men who are doing the fighting,
the quicker the war will be won.
TO HOLD INQUEST
(Continued From Page One)
has been held in jail, bond having
been denied him, since the
wreck. He is alleged to have been <
the driver of the machine that
crashed into the Justice car. He J
fled from the scene and was later '
Largest stock of games]
1 of all kinds ever shown in
iSHOP EARY AT
- _ _i
Give hooks Christmas
Largest Stock In County.
THE NEWS REPORTER.
arrested by State Highway Patrol-'
men. Another negro riding with!
Fields, and who fled the scene I
.vith him, has also been captured.
(Continued Prom Page One) j
hen every part of the Codes has J
jeen examined in detail in conmltation
with all other interested;
igencies. The revisions reflect the J
studied opinion of the Government'
:hat more information can now be1
mblished and broadcast without j
langer to national security.
'This conclusion in no way pre-'
supposes an early end of the war.
[t does take account of the fact
hat the war has taken an import int
turn from the defensive to the
"Unfortunately It still is necessary
to retain in the Codes re- 1
Itrictive requests touching many
ields of war activity, and the f
iced for unrelenting vigilance In j
hose fields remains as great as,
CO LOS ;
Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up
each nostril at the very first sniffle
or sneeze. Its quick action
aids Nature's defenses j
against colds. Follow
USED CARS j
model clean cars R
Noah Braxton \
Large selection at
IvUl k Till | /I I IV ! I l
Open Saturday Night
and Each Night Next
Week Till Christmas.
<Oinsfmas rush on
Help keep war-crowded
circuits clear on December 24,
25 and 26.
Please use Long Distance
only if it is vital.
v War needs tbe wires?even
ituTttitiMt niTiutiin ti?m>
WHTTEVTLLE. N. C.
CATCHES BIG BEAR Juvenile court. j1
IN STEEL TRAP Ansh Manage, charge with as- i
(Continued Frrm Paee One) sault with deadly weapon, had his j
killing hogs, which led to the trap case continued. ''
being set for her. Knowing of the j : , (
sweet tooth that all bears are LOCAL LADIES ,
credited with having, the trapl ATTEND MEETING ,
was baited with honey. I (Continued From Page One) j
I Fisher, Lt. Col. Brewster, Adi
ini atvtn nirr I (
* l-inictrahr of SDecial Service at;
no urLrtiit/ j
DID VERY WELL; Camp Davis and Fort Fisher, and1;
jssssa.,1" <=??"-. >*?*
the streams and filling the over-,cer at Fort Fisher' ^ dlSCUSSCd'
flows with silt, put an end to this the needs of the men in unUoTm \
rice growing. Still, with the low- and expressed their ppreciation to ,
land rice having been so justly the American Red Cross for their ,
cellebrated, there is no apparent!twuct?jcti?
reason why upland rice should: Jtt
not become a valuable new money! WU 15 a "V 9
crop for Brunswick. VVH 1 J\ 1
speeders absent Highest Prices I
AT MONDAY'S COURT g
(continued from page l) For'clean used cars. |
sault with deadly weapon, entered
a plea of guilty to simple assault, j Get our cash offer. 0
He was given a sentence of six l B
months on the roads, judgment See B
suspended on payment of costs I
and to be of good behavior for B m i t> H
ore year. I Noah iiraxton
Kindley Nixon, charged with B
larceny, had his case remanded to eHeeJMuzsaeezeEeaMB^rsasEeiiS
| WE ARE AGENTS
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IVV C< /AJaIVV ri/\ VL rt Vjvvvyi^ oui i ?
OF WATER PUMPS. I
Thomas Russ. Chas. Russ
SHALLOTTE, N. C.
LIST YOUR REAL AND PER!
THE MONTH 0!
All property owners and tax payers are requirec
I for the year 1944, all the Real Estate, Personal Prof
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 5C
except those exempt by law for physical disability.
All persons to whom the foregoing applies who
and /or Poll Tax will be guilty of a Misdemeanor an
I LOCAL LIST TAKERS WILL POST T
The Board of Equalization and Revie
port on March 13th, 1944. Any complaint
the Board at that time.
Please List Your Property With I he
w. p. J,
I COME PREPARED TO GIVE F)
WEDNESDAY, DEC, u ^ 19
/aluablc aid in keeping up the ling, the membersTTT'^^BM
wldiers' morale. Mr. Shumaker, j invited to witr.es
Assistant Field Director, in ;Guard Mount ,.hlrt' * 'SI
:harge of the Camp and Hospital 4.90 ^1 I
Council spoke to the committee j 'The ?ext
ambers regarding Council ?er-!and Hospita,
''CP on January 13 jn
The Camp and Hospital Council o?jirfi?? , ,, e
committees are filling 3,200 at th<;
Christmas stockings for the men mP Davis, North Caroj-^^^B
n the hospitals at Camp Davis,
Fort Fisher, The Wilmington Ar- l; ?
my Air Base, and Camp LeJeune; DvJvJIVo .
and plans are being made to have ^11 )r
;he committees contribute furnish- tjJ H
ings for the boys and their day B? 15 A V 71 n .,^H
At the conclusion or uic meet- ..uium-hh | un,,.
The wood ties of the WB&S Railro^jHK
| are offered for sale at $5.00 to $15.00 p$E9
Iinile. Also all wooden bridges belong; JS
to road. gel
See R. C. SH!PP, Supt,, I
Hyman Michaels Wrecking Co, I
At Old Passenger Station, Southport ra
THE PUBLIC 15 WARNED- I
?that prosecutions will follow
removals of metals belonging to the raj|,^B
road during the wrecking operations. HB
Over $7,500?? in Cash Award;!
That's right, fellows! Here's one big
EXTRA MONEY opportunity you C^IRJ111 W^BI
mnt to miss! It's vour chance T ' J" j lH
to share in 57,590.00 in extra-cash 9CB| jj it
awards in Sears 15th National Fur a H
Show. There are 942 awards in all.
including 918 daily awards. A big ' i I^H
$1,000.00 First Major Award. That's ' jJStT. ; _ 11
sure worth shooting for! Other big M iJM
major awards?and all of them in \
addition to the TOP market prices ^ttKL * *
Sears-Roebuck get you for your l'urs. Bgy g 'JJ H
Remember?all awards are for care- . & ,7*'F
ful pelt handling?kind or value of fl^HE?r3iM| j j B
fur doesn't count. j 9H
It's easy to share in these extra IhJpjjf. ' v: i H
dollars! Every pelt you ship to Sears- |9Be
Roebuck during the Fur Show period p
is automatically entered. As soon as
your furs are ready, ship them to
Sears, Roebuck anil Co., Raw Fur PlllE''*
Marketing Service, Philadelphia. --**
x Listing I
30NAL PROPERTY DURING I
I by law to return to the List Takers for Taxation RH
>erty, Etc., which they own on the first day of Jan. n
I i.noi-c miict lief fnr Pnll Tov Ain-inn- tho e.iniO time. HI
lltuuv UUV 1V1 * V?? *MA VIVH v,,v HB|
fail to list their Real and Personal Property HH
id subject to a fine or imprisonment upon convictio M
NOTICES OF APPOINTMENTS IN H
VATCH FOR SAME ! B
!W will meet at the Tax Office at South' B
about valuation should be taken before B
: List Taker In Your Home Precinct B
iR VISOR I
tRM CENSUS INFORMATION I
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