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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, November 08, 1918, Image 1

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mmm Merchants! Get Wise Let U$, Wfitl You an Ad. and we'll open your eye* WITH INCREASED BUSINESS Subscription $1.00 a Year in Advance iVrr.i.; . , mm NO.25 FABMVILLB. PHW COUNTY. N' It Pay? To Advertise j Through The Columns of The Farmville Enterprise IT* REACHES - THE PEOPLE Published by The Rouse Printery VOL. IX mmm Lead of Party Most Flat tering Sir ce 19#0 TEN DEMOCRATIC CON GRESSMAN! ELECTED ? Party Returns United Strength To State General Assembly; Coostttodoaal Amendments Carried By Good Vote. & ? - V ten judges ol the Su >' " ?if' J? " ? AyL*1" "'??* ?' ' 1 -ir. * The IwO coafciitu^ional amend meats voted pa were carried byi good majorities and only a few ' countieff were reported against them. Official was not secured last night." It is sale to say how ever, oo the- basis of the returns received, that North Carolina school children, are assurred of a miaimumof six months school term; and the man who desites his own vine and fig tree will have lbel>eneik of the prov price'of North Carolina's answer to President Wilson's appeal for a pro administration Congress was given at the polls in a hundred counties Tuesday and by reason ol it, ten Democratic members of the House and one Demo cratic Senator are assured of seats in (be next Congress. The response of the people oT the State, in terms of a maiority of fuS^^Votes, was a Ring ing rebuke to the National and State ieaderrof thev Republican Pprty and no less a tribute to the common sense and. patriotism of the masses of the people. ' By virtue of the sweeping Democratic victory, the entire State ticket of two Corporation Commissioners, a- Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and two portions of North Carolina, the Democratic majority was far the handsomest since 1900. Fully 30,000 Democratic voters, it is estimated, are in the military service. In spite of full notice of the privilege of absentee vot ing only a small percentage of those availed themselves of the opportunity of casting a vote. But while many of these were fighting, the people back home wera voting and both were giv ing fullest support to the nation's commander its chief. j A . . -y t ? V'-"* ?' r' ? Pitt County taExpectei * Raise ftt.W# and It May Go Over ? Allotments by townships in the/Uo^ed War Work campaign are as Fallows; Aydeo- $ 2,080 Caroliaa $ 640 Cbicod ' 1,440 Bethel 1,065 Belvoir 320 Beaver Dam '520 Farmvilie 2,680 Falkland 780 Fountain 780 ^Greettville , , Pactolas ' 490 1 . 3wi8.Creek 680 Wiiftervilie 03 The total is $1630. The ex act amount" was decided in the county baa ever been Claws to Teotoa Military Ma chine Are to Be Drawn j : ? ? ? ? v *' MEANWHILE GERMANS ARE BEING DEFEAJED The terms on which Germany may have peace have been de livered. The element of soft ness ? Absent from them.. Like the; peace given Austria-Hun gary, T urkeya&d Bulgaria, the pice Germany will have to pay is virtually the^ price of absolute surrender. Tte^aWaoJ the ?eat milh sation must be made for all dam age done to the civilian ^popula tion in attacks by landfand *ea and from the. air. Impotency by Germany to take the field > Mean wMJ^ ie German armies in Belgium and France are be ing defisated^ Nowhere are they able to ffay the attacks of (he s? tzjxs/eti gium andFrioce^m^lh^ &l The British and Belgians in enemy made -territory and the eaasy is M saults. .^rpm ^atenciencennes to the Aisne the British and ftencii in what seems niter dtsorder tSkwarf twitds his. border. ^Greater perhaps, t^n 'all tje American^ ?md . French j^>me ward over a Marshal Foch Washington. 5.? Marshal Foch has been authorized by the United States aocTthe allies ?o receive representatives of the German government and to com - municatoto them |ie terms of an armistice, Tbe German government li so Informed |n a note handed -to tbe Swiss Minister heriMo day by Secretary Lansing. v ? allied government$^ave declar ed^ their wilHngn#* to make peace with the German govern themselves, bovcyer, complete freedom of action when they enter the Peace Conferences the suhjeci of the freedom of the It was further stated with re ference to restoration of invaded territories that the allied govern ments understand that compen sation will be made by Germany for all damage to the civilian population of the allies and thefr property as the result of the ag-" gression of Germany "by land, ?by sea and Irons the nijHg , ? Final Report ' Slump oversub scription of $866,416,300.00 ? Nov. 1,? The fourth show that tho total ?ubscriptions The men have been called to Ihe colors, and the women can show their patriotism in 'many ways? but the time is NOW and the opportunity is HERE. If our brave boys are willing 40 risk their lives, and our loyal farmers to give their tobacco, why can't each woman in this town as in others inconvenience herself ONE MORNING in each week to receive the to bacco given to the RED GROSS? When the boys come /home realizing tfcfey have don? their part can j ou look them square ly, in the eye ^and say: "I have done mine?" WiU yon call number 121 TO DAY and state the ^orning you can give towards saving the boys? .. ; ' ? . ? ; ~ mm You are not invited by the public rm' to shows.churchs or poblic meet ^v'^ingS - ? - 4. Be if the open-alkyou can-- day V andnight? but stay to yourself. 5. Do not take up your regular du tie? until you are wel'. ? 6. Keep yourself well nourished. 7. These precautions will prevent a second attack, with pneumonia and tuberculosis as complicatI<yys 8. The idea of individual rwpoasibfl: ity refers to you. PROTECT YOURSELF ! 8 Should Give Twice f ymdu WmL. KrrSJ,?,? ie service at 1170,500,000. ero before w^dlm , d mufees In 1919 may not IgpoIIars ? of ?#*t? ; if; /J . ainthe mortle iat FR I FLU" ?; \r> rf.*-, County Health Board Reports 34 New Cases Also Since Same Date CONDITIONS GETTING EVERY DAY But the People Are. Still Cau tioned to Regard Every Pre caution to Prev*iit Further to definite Sports 1 ha ve been re. ; v ceived from the physicians in every section of ihe county. it, is firmly believed that -the Hue has about .placed its part. Xk. Fryer, however, stilt warns the people that it is best to observe every precaution and, as a pre vention observe the instructions which have from time to time teen issued through the State Board (of Health. Although reports from differ* ent communities cannot be con sidered as absolutely authentic a majority of the phyticians have reported during the fast twetty four hours, and their statements show that there have been thirty- ? fot|p new cases of influenza since Sunday, 3 of them being pnemtaonia. Twelyj deaths are also included in the reports. While the above report* indi cates an improvement in many sections, ft is believed tbat in scape of the rural communities U;cpcditions are not so good. It is for this reason that Dr. Fryer advises everybody to continue observing every precaution, and, if this is done, improvements will be noticeable throughout S111P

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