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THE' PRESIDENT VOTES
(continued f^oa* pave 1>
know* that, while politics is ad
journed, voting if not adjourned.
Tiie life of tbe coua'.ry is in the
voting of its citizens. . ^
He voted because it was a
duty he owed his country. That
in tbe midst of his cares be took
the time to go so far indicates
just bow important he thinks it
is that every good citizen should
vote. Is the cooduct of the war
is not' sufficient to keep the
President from going one'hund
red mites to vote, on what
grounds can the reader excuse
himself this coming November.
Rarely has tbe President left
Washington since our country
entered the war.
But he felt Tfcesdajnust to
cast one vote
No one ha* eritized him fo# it.
No one has accused hi? of do
ing a trivial thing. No one ever
suspected him of doing vain or
trivial things. g
The peojpte of this country
understand They know that
the President knows that the
enemies of this country ? the
secret friends of Germany? have
yet the chance to strike otnr
country a deadly blow in -No
vember. Tbey canfparalize the
Admistralion. Tbey can fetter
the President's cot duct of the
war. They can tie his bandjp.
They can destroy bis power.
They can elect Senators a w$
Congressmen who are no^ in
sympothy with him. 1 hey can
give *id and comfort to the
Kaiser, as it could not be given
in any ether way. Tbey know
that good citizens must vote this
year if they never voted before.
They know that President Wil
son was "on his job" "when be
journeyed all tbe way to Price
ton, New Jersey, just to cast one
vote last Tuesday. ' .
The November election is the
first election since wc entered
the war. - The voters will paasj
on tbe war ami it? conduct for
(he first time in that election.
The North Carolina election
ia November is of supreme im
portance to the State and Natioo
?one Senator, ten Congressmen,
a number of judges, and moat of
the county and district officers
Let every loyal North Caro
linian i*rofit by the example of
President Wilson: vote this year
?if you have to travel one nund
red miles to bo so!
In 1898 our country was at
war wit Spain.
President and w
Tbe County Board of Health
met Monday afternoon to re
v*w%j**lth situation in Pitt
coon^ flAd to discuss the ad?
visability o I an early re opening
of the severaTplac?s closes un
der the order of October 9tb.
fore the Board, th^e^mlc^ in
some sections, is on the increase;
there were 145?oewcases Satur
day and 1$ deaths, and with the
information at hand the Board,
very readitjfbRreed that in the
interest of public health the
order of October 9th should con
tinue in FULL FORCE A$0>
EFFFCT and tSat all phiCe*
of public gatherings, including
churches, 'schools, theatre* to |
baoco warehouses and Jactories
and other places where crowds
are accustomed ' to assemble,
abali remain closed until there
shall be an improvement iu the
situation, and the condition ot
the public health will permit of
die suspeotion of the order.
All persons are requested to
take notice of this action upon
the part of the County Board of
Health and govern themselves
This October 28lb, 1919.
Sec. Co. Board of Health.
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
North Carolina, j fn Superior
Pitt County | Court
BeforeJ. D. C03* Clerk.
J. A. Burnette and wife, Mar
euaret Burnette, J*L. Buraette.
Jenness Burnette, V\T. L. Smith j
and wife Letha Smith, and K. R.
- Leslie Burnette
By virtue of a decree of the
Superior Court of Pitt County
made by J. D. Cox, Clerk, on,
the 24th day of September, 1918,
in the above entitled cause, the
undefsigned Commissioner will,
on Monday, the 4th day of
November, 1918, at the hour of
2 o'clock P. Mm on the premises
hereinafter described, in the
Town of Farmvtfte; Pitt County,
North Carolina, expose to public
sale to the highest bi ider on the
terms hereinafter set forth;
That certain lot or parcel of
land situated in the Town of
FarmviUe, County , ot Pifckand
State of North Carolina, adjoin
inff the lot of J. A. Mewborn, the
lot of R. E: Belcha- and otibers
and being 100 feel front and '200
feet deep, i v '
Also one others lot in tbe
Town of Farmvilfe, adjoining, the
tot; of H. L. Humphrey, adjoining
the City Hall lot and others, be
ing 67 feet front and 268 feet
deep, and being the property^
formerly owi.e^ by the lata Mrs.
Florence Buroette. * ; -
This sale will be made for the
purpose of making partition of
the proceeds among the tenants
in commoB4in4 heirs at law of
th elate Mrs. Burnette. *
Sale will be made for CASH.
W. L. SMITH, :
Tills October 2nd, 1918.
^tii in <fagrdecre^ 01
[and in that certain specialpr?.
vs. Zeoo Mortl aitcF* olBeri"
day of Isovcmfcj
o'clock A. M. on
hereinafter - descri
celrof land #?te lying: and
being In FarinviJle Township,
ptitnea Greek in ^ ftgrafe
Township; begwntnf at a point:
on old Plank Road, now County
Road, apd runs South 8i degrees
Ease 74 poles to a jblack -gum
cornier; iDence wiin sata Bauei >
line North 6 14 degrees East
5ft 1-2 poles to a lightwood stake,
thence with a .Hoe of marked
tree* agreed upon by said par
ties, 42 poles to a lightwood
stake in Phillip's line: thenc?M^
the beginning, containing by
estimation 19 1 4 acres more or
less, being the same tract of land
conveyed to W.' H. Moore, cfc*
ceased, by ABce Harped- and
htisband, Luoy Harper, by deed
dated February J6, 1891, which
deesd is recorded in Book H 5.
page *405, of the Cftuniy
Re??ry, Said lands feine later
conveyed to the said Maty E.
Moore by J. L. Fleming, com
missioner which deed it record
ed in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Pitt-County.
Second parcel: Lying upon
the oki Plank Road leading from
Greenville to. Wilson, and bound
as 'jo^lows; Beginning at the
ditch across said Plank Road
Heary Moore and A. H. Flanq
gan's cortteti ' thenc<f ^by Va& (
road 11 65 100 chains to a ditch
in A. H. Flanagan's George Joy
ner tract: thence vvitlxsgii.dil^b.
and A. f I Flanagan's Tine 19 1-2
chawsf^&nce with said Fljgg
W 1 chainl'^J
one chatuf thcoce- 1
grecs E3st five chal
in, a. field; thence
g r ees J&sHfve'chal
ten steps, pf A. H. Flangsn's
fence; thence . 4?"
grees Easl 12 chains; thence
witf K H. Flana^yifee
large dead oak in the run of the
branch; thence by^the various.
in the bank is a strong foundation to build upon, tyot all
of us us can better his condition.
Savipg-steady and pert^ant-r-wlH accomplish venders.
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