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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, November 08, 1918, Framville and Surrounding Sections, Image 3

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con -.. ? ' fi 9 ?Hi Conservation in footwear does not mean wearing clumsy unattractive shoes. Women will always have a soft spot in their hearts for smart dainty Footwear. DeLuxe serve in price without sac DeLuxe Foolery is smart and distinctive. Among our this week you will find the color that such as, Field Mouse, Havana Bnr Brown/ Taupe and Battleship Gray. Remember, we can fit the entire family. Baby's first step, and Martha Washington's soft shoes for tender feet. Onyx Hose for Ladies and Gentlemen, Fay Stockings for Children. v m Farmville Shoe & Soil Co SELL CHEAPER LOCALS AND PERSONALS OF INTEREST TO Farmviile and Surrounding Sections Earm ville is THE PLACE to sell that tobacco. I have one real nice furnished room for rent.? Chief Police. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leslie Smj[th were Greenville visitors Wed nesday. Miss Marjorie Barrett returned Thursday from a week's visit to her parents at Suffolk, Va. Attorney R T. Marlin and , Editor G. A. Rouse were busi ness visitors to New Bern Mon 1 day. Note the change in the adver tsements of Farm vflleV ware housemen elsewhere in this issue. , . Mr. J. C. Harris and family returned Monday from a short J visit to relatives and friends in Mount Olive. There are always some local knockers, listen for them. They are chronic. You can spot them by their talk, * ? Dr. and Mrs. C. Pi Fryer, of Greenville, accompanied by friends, were FarmvUle visitors Thursday afternoon. Mr. W. C. Collie, the battery and vulcanizing man, has a mes sage to auto owners elsewhere in this issue. Read it. A ?' I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parker, ac companied by a party of friends,) motored over to Kinston Thurs day, spending the day. ? ??" ?v V'"- J If you want a good farm?its the Vick Farm? will be sold on November 12, 1918, at 2'M p. m. See half page advertisement. Lets get busy now and begin to clean up things around Farm ville. We've been in the dirty column of sanitation long enough. Civic pride is without a doubt one of, if not the best,] assets a town or community can j have. FOR SALE-Good gentle bay mare, excellent fafcn horse, I Russell, Farm ville, N." C. Don't forget Tuesday, Novem ber 12th? its the Vick Farm and the North American Land Com* pany will sell same at 2:30 p. m. The Farmviile market re open ed Wednesday with prices aver aging above forty cents. One Greene county farmer sold the remainder of his crop of eight acres here Wednesday, averag ing some over $600.00 an acre clear chetk. Remember our Tf actor" dem-j ODstration at J no. T. Thome's farm near town Thursday, No vember 14th, and that you and every other farmer in this sec tion is urged to be present?Hub I Hardware Co. Vick Farm ask Mr. Jason Turn age or Mr. B. A. Joyner. It will be sold on Tuesday, November I2tb, 1918, at 2:30 p. m. Only twenty-five more sales days for the tobacco markets of Eastern Carolina befoie* |the Christmas hodidays Get yours ready aod bring it on to Farm viile as soon at possible. The Farmviile market is prepared to take care of larger breaks than it is now having. Born Nov: 3rd, -in Durham, a son to Mr. and Mrs. James L Kilgo. Mr. Kilgo, jjbo is better known by his- friends as "Jack," is the young and popular .buyer forLeggett & Myers Tobacco Co., oa the Farmviile market He has been wearing a big new smile for the past lew days. ; lie expects to move his family of two lb Farmviile inafew weeks. Read our advertisement else- J where m this issue and come to our j "Tractor ? demonstration Thursday, Nov 14th. -Hub Hard* " ? " jgViSVS?---? '? >^5;-. ? ;?? CO.1; f;. T> .> ? Lr i ?? officer, was in ? He had been in Ft Fountain and stated that the ii fiuenza situation inihose vie ities looked very gotjjdf ^ ot jMI Monday. He ad *6tto m thattbeyhave as we do not want a re occur- { ence of the epidemic. . | MR. DAVID WOODARD DEAD r* Mr. David H. Woodard died | in Fanaville Wednesday morn ing at 2:30 at the home of Mr. J. M. Wheless on Church street after a lingering illness of influ enza followed by pneumonia. tie was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Woodard, of near Wendell, was 21 years of age and had been in the employ of the Wheless Drug Co., here for the past several months. > ?% - The remains were shipped td his former home near . Wendell for interment. ~~ CARD OF THANLS. _ We wish to express our sin cere thanks, to the kind people, and volunteer nurses, of the Red Cross, of Farm ville, for the kindness shown us in the illness and death of our beloved daughter and sister. Mr. B. E. Albritton and family^ you canfcet fonto ^their roads trad two ho will make thetiip. After th< month, m id the materiaTand spmjuitf realm, setting fourth the spiritual value in the present material up - endervor to present tte redemp tive power in the death and shea tfcligy#ou;wU ?sjoy them. " lie Doe matefo In Fact, Ve This means buy it now, and their ybtf know it will %rri\ over^^nKr nn^?Se ff?? a faouse of known rel&bilil test things the markets affoirUa Sattonds, hWatc send you one of our new' Catalogues. Do vour Chri Shoppmg Early. : J i 11 ? ? ? u_: <~>r ?? . . *v?rk? >* r-v -n v4^ ? '* * vfV*v yoUr boy should have il t Ladies town of > . and other compete, a cordial iltv

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