Yea, and sometimes the croaa-worda
It's more blessed to give than to
receive but it's a poor way to get
- -A woman bridles and grooms her
hours and "bridals" and bridegrooms
The fellow who said people get
what they pay for would try buying
lite farm offers a fine opportunity
for the young man to stay out of
Backward, turn backward, oh time,
in your flight and make it cool again
The hostess used to have many
tea parties. Now she is content with
a few tea balls.
There's two sid» to every question
and the astute politician can be found
oh both of them.
Some of the white-collared workers
have turned gardeners and are
now just collard workers.
We never see anything at the bathing
teaches remotely resembling the
newspaper bathing beauties.
Relatively: A woman spending
one hour making up her face and one
minute making up her mind.
No one knows what will be on the
menu when the peace table is set,
but there will likely be scraps.
In these uncertain days if you do
'not know what to count on you can
still count on your fingers.
Uncle Moae: Niggers don't need
much ter live on ca'se dey ain't got
much ter live fer.
Seeing ourselves as others see us
doesn't mean much for others scarcely
give us a glance.
H. J. Nobel
: br. W. M. Wlfis
IMPERIAL TOBACCO COMPANY
' Dial 269-1
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Gmm, Jr.- J. Frank Harper
Wm. M. Berry Have Darden —
J. Robt. Allen At Home
REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
R. E. Pickett At Home —
Russell D. Moore - R. D. Harris
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Maurer John D. Dixon —
Mr. and Mrs. George Kirk —
iFARMVILLE LEAF TOBACCO COMPANY
H. N. Howard — At Home
H. H. Bradham . At Home ■ _C_'—
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Kimbrough, Jr.-' R. A. Fields
R. C. Copenhaver At Home
S. L. Loving Joeh Dixon —
W. H. Hodges At Home
Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver At Home
G. M. Holden J At Home
Arthur Joyner, Jr.* At Home :
A. C. MONK ft COMPANY
' . Dial 224-1
MEMBERS OF U. S. GRADING SERVICE
M. M. Veaaey _
W. D. Payne —
W. D. Alford .
D. J. Hobgood _
J. W. Dickeraon
J. A. Cub-—
3, W. Joyper
At Home ___
. At Home
, At Home —
At Home —
Ugh aa the
their strength in a vain
effort to stem the Russian surge.
The communique laid that on Monday
alone tfte Red army had destroyed
77 tanks and 106 planes in
fighting on all fronts.
The Kharkov area continued to
be the focal point of the Russian
advance. The. fall pt the city gave'
the Soviets several objectives to aim
at, but the most likely choice was
Poltava with Kiev, Ukrainian capital
260 miles west on the Dnieper,
as the big goal of ' the summer offensive.
v In the Donets basin, southwest of |
Voroshilovgrad where the
previously reported they had beached
the Nasi lines, the Red army broke
up German counterattacks, Inflicted
heavy losses and captured several
towns, the Soviet communique declared.
Heqvy fighting was reported south I
of Isjnihi,'where 1,000 Germans were |
said to have been killed when Russians
stormed a Nasi strong point.
Four towns were retaken in the
drive toward Bryansk on the central
front, the communique said.
On the' Uningxad front Russian!
troops were said to have killed about
400 Germans in local actions while |
heavy artillery pounded Nasi positions.
Soviet naval units and. the
fleet air arm were active In the
Gulf of Finland, whern two German
transports, totaling 8,000 tons, were
sunk, the bulletfh said.
According to the War Food Administration,
there axe no cotton
marketing quotas on the 1948 crop
but the cotton loan program will remain
in effect without change for
the 1948-44 marketing season.
¥1m U. S. Department of Agriculture
reports that ptfilorum disease
has been reduced about a third since
1986, when official testing of ppultry
breeding stock began on a FederalState
basfe. -^ "
At leant twwty million pounds of
honey have been added to this year's
honey crop recently because tlw
weather was sunny while sweet clovw
was in bloom in northern states. ||
EXECUTOR S NOTICE
Having qualified as Executor of
the estate of Allie Brown Robinson,
deceased, late of Pitt County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
•aid deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at farmville, North
Carolina, on or before August 6th,
1944, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate Davmexit. it;
This the 3rd day of August, 1948.'
JOHN HILL PAYLOR, Executor
of Allie Brow® Robinson.
Many farmers will be forced to
chooae between growing more feed
or reducing fheir livestock, report*
Dr. I. O. S»J»aub, Director of the Extension
Service at State College.
The War Meat Board haa aaknd
hog producer* to send their hogs to
market as soon aa they reach ao
adequate finish for slaughter rather
than continuing to feed them for
additional weight and finish.
Once we thought we might leave
a million dollars bat now we'll settle
for a decent burial.
k ~&4"' i
Hoo< Gifaeon and Km Mayward In
"THE LAW RIDES AGAIN" *
Chapter No, 8 of
"DAREDEVILS OF THE WEST"
Higher Tim A Kite.
Mickey Keener mi Freak
Morgan, «-• tarred In
? COMEDY" with
Van Jehneon, Minka Hoot,
and Fay Bajnter.
The most stirring drama of the
yew . . . bring your handerchief
along because you will want to cry.
News of The Day.
Lob Chaney, J# and Btata
"FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE
Screen Snapshope No. i.
Allen. C. N.,,1 lot
Coroett, S. L. 2 lots
Jones, L. R., 1 Jot,-.
Jones, M.V., 8 lota 74.48
Moringo, Mm Nannie, 1 k>t„ 18.23
Rouse, Mil Jack, 1 lot 9.20
Smith, J. S., 1 lot 80.86
Wilkerson, John E„ 2 k*a _ 25.38
Artis, Amanda, 1 lot 112.42
Atkinson, Cora, 1 lot 6M
Atkinson, Joe, I lot F 2.15
Atkinson, Robert, 1 lot 1.90
Barnes, Annie Heirs, 1 lot 5.76
Barrett, Cera, I lots j l&'O
Dixon, Ernest, 2 kfts 10.V8
Dunn, J. H., .1 lot LT8
Dnpree, Red, 8 lots 1087
Gaskins, Lucinda, 1 lot 4*0
High, Elizabeth, 2 lets 7.48
Johnson, Mary Best, 2 lots _ 140^
Joyner, Herbert, 1' lot 9.74
Joyner, Laos Hoys, 1 lot 4.60
Joyner, Roea,l let - K.7S
Lene, Allen, 1 lot 4J9
Moore, Mary J., 1 lot - 4.80
Mojne, ElMrt, A lot 7*8
Tuton, Council, Estate, 1 lot.. 8*8
Williams, David, 1 let 8*6
NOTICE of SALE of LAND.By PITT <X)UNTY
FOK 1942 UNPAID TAXES
Pursuant to Chapter 114 of the Public Laws of 1939 and Section 1716 of the
Public Lmm of 1»8», and by reason of non-payment of Taxes due and owing
Pitt County for the year 1M2 hy the undersigned persona, Firms and
Corporations, I will on Monday, the tth day of September, IMS, beginning
at 12:00 o'clock Noon, and continuing until this sale is completed, before
the Courthouse door in GretsiTille, N. O, offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash the ml estate of said delinquents, briefly described
as follows: "
This the Sitl day of August, IMS.
H. L. ANDREWS, Tax Collector for Pitt County.
Crawford, Mary E., 11 acres—! 9.50
Crawford, H. R., 115 seres— 80.79
Davenport, Mrs. R, 9 acres— 6.00
Joyner, Alton, 24 acres, 1 lot 19.07
Lewis, H. R., 107 acre) 46.47
Moxingo, Luther B., 168 acres 92JJ6
Strickland, H. & (Ha) 18 acs. 18.00
Sutton, Hugh E., 82 acres— 40.25
Sutton, Charlie, 49 term 82.65
Sutton, Joe. 4 Gay, 68 acres
and 8 lots 88M
Sutton, Guy, 48 acres, 1 lot.. 28.57
Sutton, J. W. Jr., 49 acs, 1 lot 46.14
Tyson, Joab, Sr., 25 acres 9.66
Vainwright, R W., 96 acres.. 48.10
Vaule, C. R, 8 acres 7X0
Williford, Mrs. Nannie E, 20
b acres 13.60
WiUoughby, C. R, 60 acre*__ 85.62
Wooda, Mrs. W. H., 50 acres. 39.00
Worthington, Rebecca, 52 acs 24.86
Worthington,- I. W., 52 acres. 22.96
Bearer Dan TWaHiip—Colored
Anderson, Lillie (Hn) 32 acs^f 18.66
Atkinj»n, Rosa (Hrs> 86 acres 2C.46
Bert, Major, 44 acres 84.46
Blow, Louis, 16 acres 7.05
Monk, Cleo, 1 lot M0
Monk, W. M., 2 leta_ 18.78
Spell, Francis Hemby, 45 acres 18.56
Name; — - : - " Amt
Dfeena, Jennie, 45 acres f 23.46
Dunn, Robert, 22 acrea 12.70
Harris, Mrs. Alice Dean, 15
acres, 1 lot 16.12
Mayo, C. B., 10 acrea, 1 lot_ 14.56
N. C. J. S. Land Bank, 200 nee 66.30
Norville, J. Hn 37 actea 16.74
Pierce, A. &, 2 lots 9.69