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SDBSCUPnoir RATES:' 03.60 par year la Duplin County;
tUe far year year entsMe Dnplla County, In North Carellna;
HM ear year astride Nartk Carolina, except to Men In U. S.
I Fleas. Anywhere, S.H per year.
Advertising rates forniaked en request
itftl Jearaal, derated to the material, educational,
ani airlealtaral Interests of Duplin County.
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SCRIPTURE; Mark l:14-lt l
DEVOTIONAL READING: I . :
TeachingRelic " r
Lesson for February 6, 1B49
SOME PEOPLE, strange to say
don't believe in Sunday schools
Most North American Protestants
do, because Jesus did The word
may not be found
in the New Terta 1 ffi
THE AMERICAN WAT
Under and by virtue of the powei
of sale contained In and conferred
by that certain deed of trust dated
December 6, 1946, and executed by
Willie Maneigo (unmarried) to the
undersigned and recorded in Book
431 at page 319 at the Duplin
County Registry. Default having
been made In the payment of the
Indebtedness thereby secured, and
the holder of the note having de
manded that the same be fore
closed, the undersigned will offer
for sale and sell to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the Courthouse
Door in Duplin County on Monday,
February 14, 1949, at the"" hour of
12:00 o'clock Noon, the following
Lying and being in the Town of
Warsaw, and described as Lots Nos.
9 and 10 on a Map recorded in Book
216, page 78, also Lots 9 and 10 in
Block 15, Book 216, page 173, of
the Public Registry of Duplin
County, and being the same Lots
described in a Deed from R. D.
Johnson, Commissioner of the
Court to Elizabeth Moore, dated
October 29, 1928, and filed for rec
ord on November27, 1946, to which
reference, is hereby made. '
A deposit of ten per ceht will be
required of, the successful bidder
as evidence of good faith. .'
Advertised this the 13th day of
January, 1949. .
E. Walker Stevens, Trustee.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
4ty: George Peck
The Struggle Continues
In a previous article I discussed
the struggles of early man to attain
, economic security In this editorial
I'd like to say a few things about
man's struggle in modern times.
: Empires always have been built
en the simple formula of control
- ling large colonial populations that
can be forced to fight for and buyl
wings from the empire nation. This
has been the only solution for in
- over-populated nation to overcome
' its lack of natural resources.
Spain, England and France were
the first of three modern nations
to engage in this colonization busi
ness an an extensive scale. The rule
. was that the first nation to conquer
a so-called unenlightened country,
could raise its flag thereon and re
ceive undisputed title to the confis
cated territory. The inventions of
. gunpowder and big ships made this
a pleasant, lucrative and relatively ,
safe undertaking. As a result Spain, :
France and England prospered
v , j . , Whether our iears of Russia are
5 ' and U"y " leal or not' we do know that sooner
CUDlCd With millions nf sninrn
i, j V i . . I r laier some nation, envious ot our
k"V . Ta:anr loP.no ! wealth and prosperity, will enter
, win tu una ieiiiiuiy-graLmMf
game. Germany was slow in realiz
ing the economic advantage of this
CK. ' a"a. wnen sne a"d armaments so impressive that
IZi i u, u Ilgna11 the any ambitious would-be-conqueror
good claims had been staked oi,t win shnrirw t th
ideals mixed up with that picture.
There were none involved. Of all
the nations that were dragged into
World War I, America alone can
be suspected of having been moti
vated by lofty ideals, and there is
reasonable doubt about that. Wars
always .have been and always will
be strictly business.
The treaty of Versailles suppos-!
edly ended the War of 1914-18.
Keen students of the situation at
that time knew and so proclaimed
that it simply set forth the terms
under which Germany would recu
perate and prepare for another try
at world conquest. Any doubt about
thi; has already been dispelled in
Hitler trying it again in 1939.
Germany was crushed a second
time and America again played the
leading role in pulling the world's
chestnuts out of die fire. But ovor
Germany's prostrate body has rise,i
another power seeking world con
quest the formerly backward
tain the idea of attacking us. Out
course, therefore, is clear. We mu.it
build and maintain armed forcos
, By this time, England and France
and, to a lesser degree, Holland
had garnered the cream of the
As time went on, Germany felt
the pinch. Finally, she demanded
that England and France move over
to make room for her. Meeting with
a firm refusal, matters came to a
head when the Kaiser decided that
Germany was militarily strong
enough to challenge the French and
British Empires. She almost got
away with it in World War 1. In
fact, only America's entrance into
that war made the blockade of Ger
many airtight and starved her into
Don't make the mistake of be
lieving there were any ethics or
of attacking America.
Thus continues man's struggle for
For quick comforting help for Back
ache. Rheumatic Pains, Getting Up
Nights, strong cloudy urine, irri-
.tating passages. Leg Pains, circles
under eyes, and swollen ankles,
due to non-organic and non-systemic
Kidney-and Bladder troub
les, try Cystex. Quick, complete
satisfaction or money back guaran
teed. Ask your druggist for Cystex
Having this day qualified as Exe
cutrix under the last Will and Test
ament of Lott McArthur, now de
ceased, late of Duplin County,
North Carolina, this Is to n.lfy
all persons having claims against
his said estate to present them to
the undersigned Executrix on or bis
fore January 6, 1950, or this notice
will be pleaded In bar of their re
covery. AH persons indebted to the said
estate will please make immediate
Daphne McArthur, Executrix
2-11-Gt. pd. VBG
iment, but the thing
is there. If Jesus
did not believe that
religion could be
taught, then he was s.
guilty ol wasting 'fZJ,
much nf his time ft
lor ne wornea ai ri-s,
teaching in season
and out of season. Dr. Foreman
He was a product
of the Sunday School, in a sense.
During his childhood he would go
to the synagogue school weekdays
and especially on Sabbaths; we
know that by the time he was
grown it was his "custom" to at
tend synagogue service.
And In every Jewish com
munity the synagogue was the
place where for two hundred
years and more, children and
youth and older people had been
taught the Word of God.
If Christians today are faithful to
Christ's example, we also will keep
at the job of teaching our religion
to every child wjthin our reach.
Body and Soul
READERS of the gospels will note
that when Jesus went home
from the synagogue on the Sabbath,
his day's work was not done. He
would spend hours, sometimes till
far into the night, healing people
brought to him for cure. Jesus min
istered to mind and soul. Jesus
was interested in personalities,
whole people, not half-people. Our
minds have to be fed, but we live in,
bodies, and bodies have no little to
do with personalities. Jesus was
not content with teaching sick peo
ple; he made sick people well. So
the church today, if it is faithful to
Christ's principles, will consider
people as complete personalities.
The Common People
WE FIND that Jesus did not in
sist on university audiences.
Indeed, he never spoke to a univer
sity audience. His teaching was
, always in the midst of groups of
i very plain people. There were great
universities in those days, but it
was not necessary for any one to
;be a graduate of one of them In
order to enter Jesus' school, or to
understand what he taught. He
taught the plain people plainly.
In all our teaching we try to
use the pupil's language and to
put oar Christian ideas in the '
thoughts that the pupils can un
derstand. At the best seminaries, young
,minislcrs-to-be are carefully taught
trines in ways that the simnlest neH?ANY.Lln .the Town ot Warsaw. N.
pie can understand. Teaching over
people's heads is not teaching them
HO -HUM.' I WONDER .
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I NOTICE OF SUMMONS i
The undersigned, having quali
fied as the Administrator of the
estate of Maud Baker, deceased,
late of Duplin County. Smith Town
ship, State of North Carolina, and
having qualified before the Clerk
of Superior Court of Duplin Coun
ty, this is to notify all persons who
have claims against said estate to
present their claims to the under
signed Administrator on or before
the 3rd day of January, 1950, or
this notice will be plead in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make
immediate payment. '
This the 3rd day of January, 1949.
Cleon Smith, Adirinl-
stratot of the estate of
Maud Baker, deceased,
Rt. 2, Pink Hill, N. C
H. E. Phillips, Attorney "
enansville, N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE
N. C CONSOLIDATED HIDE CO., INC.
Foot of Wayncsborough Avenue
Former Weil's Brickyard
, GOLDSBORO, N. C.
: PHONE 1532 OR 2330 COLLECT
IF CALLED IMMEDIATELY WE WILL
PICK UP DEAD CATTLE, MULES AND HOGS
FREE OF CHARGE
D. H. CARLTON
WARSAW, NORTH CAROLINA
Lffs : Fire -Storm - Automobile, etc.
INCOME TAX RETURNS
The WARSAW REAL ESTATE AND INSU
rNCE CO., will, again offer the services of a
'J.rtified Public Accountant to assist those 'of
':3 Warsaw and Dupjin County area in the pre
ration of their Tax Returns. , ,
Please Phone 2121 or 2686 for an appoint-
Lr.3AW REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO.
rt I 7 est, Agent , Warsaw, N. C.
"TANCE - BONDS - RENTALS - REAL ESTATE v '
God and Education
JESUS did not try to teach people
carpentry, or arithmetic, or ge
ography. No doubt he could have
done so. But he had something
more important on-his mind, some
thing which he alone could teach.
He taught religion, or in other
words he taught the truth about
God, and about man, and about
right relations between God and
man. So the teaching church,
whether in the Sunday school or In
the books written by its scholars or
in its schools and colleges, when it
follows Christ's example, is always
teaching religion first and foremost.
We do not believe that religion is a
secondary issue, something you can
"take or leave." i :
Religion on Two Feet
JESUS did more than talk. . He
lived. His whole life and charac
ter were saying more loudly and
plainly what his words said.
So the ' Christian church to
day, when it Is faithful to Chriut.
--mast translate into actual living
the faith she teaches In Sunday
, school lessons, In catechisms '
nd books and sermons.
. What we do, as Christians, speaks
louder than what we say. Every
Sunday school teacher needs to re
member that what is said on Sun
day is important, but what the
.teacher does, on Monday Is more
Impressive by far. The reason why
Jesus was more effective than' John
' the Baptist was -that John, after all,
was a Voice, while Jesus was a
Friend. Are you who teach others
about God simply a Voice? , A pho
nograph could do as well. '
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A. J. CAVENAUGII
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DIAMONDS W.V t lttS
WATCH AND JEWELRY, f
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Under and by virtue of the a'
thority and power granted under
sectiort 44-2, General Statutes of
North Carolina, the undersigned
will offer for sale and seU to the
highest bidder for cash, at the off
ice of the WEST MOTOR COM-
C. at Twelve O'clock Noon on the
12th day of February, 1949 the fol
lowing described personal property,
towit; . : .-
ONE 1940 MODEL FORD TUDOR
SEDAN, MOTOR No. 18-5537059.
Dated this 25th day of January.
WEST MOTOR COMPANY
Per J. N. West, Jr.
Robert L. West, Atty.
Warsaw, N. C.
Coal $15.00 D
We. Deliver Anywhere
WALLACE ICE AtlD
WALLACE, N. C.
' Phone 264-1
' WITH A
IN MOUNT OLIVE
Phones 217-J or M0
In The Gerenal County Court
DUPLIN COUNTY. .
The defendant, Betty William'
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commen
ced in the General County Court
of Duplin County, North Carolina,
by the plaintiff above named
against the defendant for an abso
lute divorce on the grounds of two
years separation, and in which the
defendant is interested and wnlch
cause of action is set forth in the
complaint filed in this cause, and
that the defendant is a necessary
party to this action; and that the
said defendant Will further take no
tice that she is required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of Gener
al County Court of Duplin County
in. Kenansville, N. C, on tha 8th
day of February, 1949, and answer
or demur to the complaint filed in
this action, which has been duly
filed In said office, or on or before
the 4th day of March, 1949, or the
plaintiff will apply for the relief
demanded in the complaint,
This 8th day of January, 1949.
Grady Mercer, Attorney
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
General County Court
ATHLETES. FOOT GERM
TELLS HOW TO KILL IT
iThe germ grows DEEPLY. You s
must "REACH it to make the kUL i.
Use " a strong, PENETRATING;
fungicide. ' TE-OL, made with 90 .
alcohol, reaches MORE germs. It
not pleased IN ONE HOUR your 35
cents back from any druggist
Kenansviile Drug Store
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Representing Rev. Clifton Iiice
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Wliicli one lias tIio modcrn!:itcIicn?
There' only one difficult aide tohavbg
a modern kitchen . . . any of your neigh-
bora who are still struggling along with ;.
outmoded . kitchens just get downright
discouraged. Can't say we blame them, k
exactly.... , 1 , ; '
Modern ranges are things of real effi- .
ciency and economy. There is no end to
the oh's and aVs with which the neighbors '
first greet one of the new refrigerators ,
with its frozen food storage and extra
apace. Washers, too, have changed a lot
since the war. But do you know how
much? If you want to see these beauties, '
visit the Tide Water office ... soon.;,
. And when you actually buy onel Then,
that is when Tide Water service really
swings into action, as the Service Man
comes to install it and our very own ;
Home Economist comes, to your home to
tell you how to get the best results. ', '
Tide Water, you see, really means it
about wanting to provide the best gas
and electric service at the lowest possible
cost Thafs why rates have steadily been
reduced over the last 15 years, until to
day they are as low or lower , than the
average for the entire Atlantic . Coast I .'-
T lb E WA T E R P O W E R COMPANY