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a;-j tvcsra to to ma: z i.xH mjoATicar-'
z::cat aks agsicci-tklaju cftczz,3 of
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In an address before Wilmington Presbytery last Tuesday night,
-.it. Lacy lioliett, of Kianjyn, &u, China, gave a nther dear explan-r-n
for the China-Japan, war at he tees the whole' situation. .Mr.
L...-ett has just returned to this country, leaving China some two
' imCS BACK C9!THS WAS ' - ' I '
'la order to understand the war, one must understand what is
back of the war. Japan claims that she seeds expansion for he over
pepulatioa, hut that can hardly be true foe during the past several
yars she has been annexing territory which she has not populated.
Taxes are very high in Japan and the poor are much oppressed jthat
lisre nugnt oe enougn to build a great war machine, a even
er we are hav-
' 7hut da y.x i'
Wntfinl fsll we...
ing "now! Certainly does all a Best
m . .'. -.i. if aa1bi anil
splotches of 'color where Jack
Frost has started mixing paint for
his ar&tic endeavors. It's the time
of year for sports and action, , In
fact your old correspondent was
even, aroused from, his lethargy
enough to get out and go hunting
a few days age; He skirted around
hi. AA' mill nond,' hunting for
squirrels, Found one,' but the lit-
which must indicate to-.. - j.
f But this, is too pretty a dy t
sit around peclir on pn r 1 1 v
writer. Your'cohLu! ". 1 1 i . '
he will sLir's lis r
go hunting eyln. 1 s i,
berries tasted ri4 gl; S '
I wish to express erec
tie rascal was hating such a good j
ume cnuuuug - - kindness and atlenti n
4 Jum insieaa. t"' ".Hospital recently. .
wild duck swimming about . WASCTL
ether side of the pond. De- 1 ' -. a'-
watched him instead. ; Then he
u.w a wild duck swii
im m Ather side of the pond.
rided to hate duck for dinner and
spent about an hour working -his
war around to where he saw; the
bird. Apparently xne aucx mu nut
feel like playing, for he had gone
into hiding and never did . come
ont. So vour writer sot " hard
hearted and went after
B , . j I Bjlllllicaa Mill .vClll.-. '. H !
n't bear to shoot him. Sat and j wkQe j WM in tcw-l
squirrels. While he was huntings'
' .then there is growing debt which, is beini met by forcir' U'- sell'
ing of T)onds. Why so much emphasis on the building of an army?
' Japan is a military nation, and they believe that they are destined
' to rule all of Asia and eventually all the worldV They regard their
emperor as divine, and thus worship him. AH the army is under the
emperor's control, and each soldier in that army represents the em-
. peror. The whole purpose of the army is to bring about that time
. when Japan wOl rise to her rightful vlace as head of the whole world
. If fhe army is the emperor's, and the emperor is divine, then it is
an act of religion to die 'for the emperor. Dying then is a religions
act and one must be willing to die in order to remove anything or
f nation tnat gets in the way of Japan's development into the head of
ue wnoie worw, enrna U in the way, so we have the war.
The people of China -are a lovely people,: yet an aggravating
peopie. xney wiu teep on compromising until they disgust you. They
' have beet picked on so much by the. nations of the world thai they
uoa wan man. ne Tmunary leaaers or cmna leel tnat the time is -: . 0f "snarUeberries"
,,; -i vuo vuiw wviuui uci(iuiuuig uui:Vent home. ' -
uio tuuoa iignt, ana so ina leaaers nave I alien m tine.. Chuu is a . -v ,t 'J
one-party government ana 'regards anyone wno disagrees as revolting
against the government Their policy in this was is expressed by some
. u xajung poison to xiu tne uger." xney will stand to tne last ditch.
' r It ia a cruel war. Individuals do not count, and thev are lmn
by the' hundreds.' There is not enough Christianity there to make a
man vamaoie, aeiiner country in the war has a definite conception of
V'O' J :. M A ... .... .:.:immm . u .. ..
,r- uuu vr i iu.ii aa one Amen can saio, "war is ueu,T.tnen it Is
' ten times worse there.. . , . '( - '
, The Mission, work will suffer. Of eur 15 stations, ten have al
' ready suffered from -air raids,; Missionaries .have had their possess
,., ions swept away, and have been unable to return to their homes.
Dr. Worth said just before he died. "Ton who have: families had
CARD OF T3AXT3-
I wish, to express, thanks ta ry
friends fox their - symrathy.: ari
f Lit 3
so- -1 1
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s '7ii . tie
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j ito tVs coL""U, , I
3 U s y t-:.t it is r"-
. s V'' 1 t'w:s strea
rflowers.. I feel especially indeUcl
to jteverena uuswv uinqn . ana
- t,a r. rearson ior weir KinuneBs.
r"; ,V MBS. MAG2TU3 OUTLAW
KUCU WMJ Jw aimmv
fr; a t-iis tL&t I have ien made.
T.vd Irl tiwf's been a met! oi
aid during the sickness and i.szh of sees::!: fs-Ii irJamHoa and
of my husband, and . for - .their I unioratan - .t. I am sure &t
nearly to death, so he went rab-bit-huntine.
That was the only
rabbit in the woods, but the birds
were doinf an'awfu) lot of chirp
ine. so he went bird-hunting, only
to find that they had eone into
hiding, too. So he picked himself
mess of "snarJueDernes ' . ana
Certainly does pay to read - the
papers. Otherwise we never would
have run "across this little litem
in a Florida sheet ; A mother call
ed to her son from the kitchen,
"Willie, are you spitting in' the
fish bowlT" To which Willie ans
wered. "No, Mom. ButTm coming
pretty close!" - '-'t
In your Journalist's humble esti
mation that is a pretty good one,
i, a I., -i - i.
CARD OF THAE33
I take this means of expressing
to the former associates and loyal
friends of my husband. Bevv J. X
'Fitzgerald, my deepest appreoia
wn for- their manifold exiles
sions of kindness and understand'
ing during his long and serious ill
ness and also for their many beau
tiful expressions of .. sympathy
since his passing. v
- He spoke often of the happy
time spent ia ministering to his
.appreciative people. His love for
' his people and work inspired him
in his long hard light against tre
mendous odds. Mv sincerest thanks " " VUKt wwu e J
ru. .v.rfarouniaa secures a better un-
ra jvu ; hhw - asiewf w4sva
blessing rest npon yon. . , ,
r':'; Mrs. J. T, Rtrgerald
I can say, wiJi pardonable pride,
that travJ at home, and : abroad
has been t-ust helpful to me in
makirw &: 'ions with reference to
attitude &JI action on- legislative
proposals. It has brout a better
understanding of how. these pro
posals wil affect the great cross.
section oi our citizens. - v - -.
Why is' travel helpfult It is
proper :aon ana -deserves an
answer. l..e rrti Carolina farm-
er worriej ever cotton prices and
surplices, goes to the West and
he finds tv.t tLe wheat market is
a source 11 enncern to the West
era foxmr , Tins he' is impressed
with the iact that the problem of
agricuitui'3 is national in ' sco
and he h. i a more sympathetic
attitude Uward those - tryinsr to
solve it IJ other words, the. Eorth
vn " " "
WHAT ?is tHE lVEAG OF
GROCER Y A NMl E A V (
The Best Answer to this
question will be found next
week in Kenansville when 2 the
( fffi Mrs. t ritegeraldl
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dcr&tandL'j of the problem from
a national rather than a local
viewpoint The same, holds true of
tie r-ar -iurer, the storeieeper
ana t s t.i -r.
Canu.CLne eo. - ia. '' disenssin?
travel wxi a tcjier In one
the JTort CJa schools. ' she
toll sue of a L' she had made to
&e TaciTic coast and the national
jirlj of t'.e r ;t Che L4 new
e"""- j for her, duties and
t 3 is t cult tbat the " firsts
I L " -on si Iroufh : to
t..: i made a greater lm
r ' rlcat a would Lave the same
1171-:..... gieanea irom a text-
C. . 2. ' - -f , f ;
: j .one ho has traveled oon-
.-,'7,' r Id at all times urged
s to travel ,it is a source of
s- to find tliat the Ires-
l -t LolLi to - the ': same idea.
Lla . nnucr rmding of national and
intcrnutlojuj' problems 4- gained
tir;: travel, was one of the ar-tici-la
t i in his favor - when
ir.entioned for - the
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wLre of Col ncl J,
children e: (a) I j . ,
' represented that d,szy 1 3 a i
sions of 1S11, 1S12, 1,13, f 1 .
25. His "wife was J. 3 .
ford) and Kajor Ja- cs C
sented Trf.'u Con- 3 a 1
.'mons, sr-'-.I.. s of 1. I ',
; Eachcl VLir M, " r tf
Eev. lewis VLlHield. Iley 1
f Wright. Wife's rme rot ft 1
'.'and James Wi'! 1, ari r
, Wright Wife's r ..ei 1 1 1 I
' Beck, James 11a;; e, I -1 T.
'"' probably others. ,(e) t '
tor and lived in Cv T c
ed'Chelly, married vLa .
about the year I
His last wife was C Li
'married Jacob J-7"' in.
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liam WliCdd. (f) A t 'Titer, pircEtly nifirricl a JI
(6)' mzZTd'l. ZZ, t arr: J JAa Eason and tlxlr i"
ten were Evijuiiaa and CIJ. u T son. (7) JZZH IZCZ, s
in the Eevclutionary war as a lieutenant cf V.laniorxs '
Captain William Whi-icld' coniry cf militia. He aov
Cumberland County. rrarf t '.' 7 1 ' 1 v, I'e was IcLecca
' daun'iter of John ,V.'r-vt. , (?) J rT.C2, heired 1 -.
therVhome place ar i e .1 it tj L.a LiuLiier Colonel
Beck. ESs wife was XI." 1 "1 7" e-.-'.tsr of John V.'r'
(9) Colonel WHLIAH1 1 I, a I 2 I :;i owner, planter i
merchant He was an ollloer in I e ColJnial mlllLla a: !
American' patriot during tie Levtlatl-rary War. 'He r
sented Di-plin County as a men-.r-r cf t e "-te Tonse cf C
and e rv:I f;r sorccf.
r f ar' er.recoid.
s,a ci .ier v.
; mons, sessions 01 liJ and 17..',
Chairman of the Cour'y Coort. Els wife was Sarah
' ; - ' . f "7 " "" "a ri!r-rrr-":-' v !' f i - I"r- V
.'.3 aiantage has been
Aatei from time to
tv-en forced to ad-
-213, Llch miht not
szi to puticular see
.i"8 dc." "I to 1 help
as a 17o one
Rrfty -of . the
liCU-ljnt ItiCause tLey knew that
ne ta band knowlei-e of the
the President's Clev
one parerr.rh stood!
vain reierence to tie
Mvfce tLat the Chief Lecc'lve
had once gr';n a young friend. I
the words if the -Preset, he
.' said: ,"7." j a seeonU , -1 cor.
,rit on a fUancl lUrt, d.ie out
to tae t'oa" ry the rrtl -ra r -e
VHjt l ty (ie s ,n
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. r ' 1 ; V "yy 17 Grcccncs, and : Frc:!i f.ati n i? r : '-f t rV
andtteir children were ?s fj'lowsi (a) Alfred Teck. (b) 1
beta Eeck, inarrici Cr;'-.'a ILo ras V.'i" vt end their c' "
: were: Susan C, V7r' t, r- nic.i.John "-Id, son of J
, (Haywood) and John .LI.lUd; Jwhn Vrit, move! to C
, County,' Hisshsipri; V.'i-" E. Wrlit, lM-;? in Cu:lL
County in 132; Thomas r;t; frah, L l.'rlt, t
Samuel D. Hooks and move! to;AL :or.a; rj.cca V
- married John 0. Iocumb; Hary Wi'0-t, married EicLard
i'ingtonj Alfred .WrjUj Cor ntil Writ. (c) Hachel I
married Colin Shaw and lived in Cumberland County. He r. ; -.
sented that County as a member of the State lipase of Conv
'sessions of 13C3, 1S07, and of t'-e Gtate Senate, session of 1.
t (d) Sarah Seek, married Tclix JZenan IH11, son of Jane ' )
and Captain John Hill., (e) Ecciah Tock, married, Eavii C
'tree; Iheyimd & son named ."Ullam leek CcLIltree and por '
othersr (f ) John Heck, a man cf consi-eralle means and r e -
' ne'nee. .He represented Icilia County as a member of the Ll ;
' Housed ComiRcrs, fissions of 1212 and 1813. His first V
- -was Kargaret Einj, fiautor cf rar-iret (IcVane) and --'am
'Kins- ;Che iras a sl:t:r cf T7 m X-fas TcVane X'
' who was a member of Correcs from tL.'s n rict, a United i
- t Senator from Xllama, tsi a Le-Ii.'.it of the Ui.1". I
States. John Eeck moved to V.'iIaox Conrity, Alabama, and Tejie-
0 tented that County as a memlcr of tLe General AiisemVly, S 'v
1 sions of IZZl and 1224. . After tie ' 's,th of his first wife, 1 1
married flary.E. Caiupbc'l of Cliula; Xallas County,. Alabama.
She was a dartfrr of X""-bcJJi (Outlaw) and Judge X" "
CampbelL (g) V.lHlnm I nrjried Sarah II. EH1, d '
;of Jar? (Eesr?) rlC'' n'j.n Hill. Their eh."
i Annie Jane and .Jlr. 12. 3 Ivjs Io were un' -"
time of their father's dv-Lth ia tie year 1814. TI
tracts of land in Xc':;:in C;unty. (h) Charlott? .
Er. levi Sorden, son cf Jze ( ..'rren) I
sejh Xorlou 'His f J,.er wps I'm in Ci'a,ije C,
and died ia Irc,:i Ci-'j, l.7x Cr 11a a. It '
that Xocf?r Tsr' 1 was I" V7 c'leatl. He 1'
'ner C.n sectl n cf I 1 C y and wes a 1
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