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Entered in the Poet
ville, N. C.,
With the war now all over
"over there" let's brush up our
civic pride and begin now to
get everything in tpplepje order
by the time the boys begin to
return home. It's a
job? but the women can help
materially? but the sooner we
start the quicker we'll reach the
high standard of sanitation.
seined mm in
Salvation Army Worker* Face Death
That Soldier Heree* May Have Re
lief Fro* Perched
Huge barrels of lemoqade Barred to
the American troope daring the bat
tie of Chateaa-Thfsrry famished only
one instance of the service being
rendered to the soldiers o f Uncle Sain
and his aSlee by the Sal ration Army
workert now detailed with the fight
lag units cm the westers front.
The troop* had been hammering
at the Boche all day and* aU nlkhi
and many of them h^d been pnt oat
of action dmrint the terrific fighting,
but although saflering from wounds
made by ihrajpd, rifle bullets and
hand grenades; most of the injured
men wen ooaectoas- and many oi
them able to about with the aid
of improvised crotches. The saRgecrj
were busy in the dram tog MUthtcA
and the waiting jtfitinrs wanted Mth
lag so mnch as a good drink of
something eold end refreshing.
Then it waa that the Salvation Ar
my workers came along with several
barrels filled with sore enough lem
onade. Where they got the lemon;
or the sugar nobody knows, but the
soldiers asked no questions as they
dove for the tin cups that were piled
alongside the barrels on a huge track
The surgeons said afterward thai
the lemonade served to keep dowo
the temperature of many a lad whose
wounds could not be dressed untfl
the most serious eases had beflb at
tended to. And what that cupful oi
good bid Yankee drink meant t?
those boys who had just come out oi
the inferno of Chateau-Thierry, wili
never be told.
It Is just that kind of service that
Is making 'the Salvation Army organi
sation with the mffltftry forces of the
allies oae .of the most potent fkctor*
in welfare work. As one of the sever
great war work organisations ' ~~
ticipeting ta "
Its share of the $170,600,000 to
tinue its operations with the
?V* HUTS III frOMST.
Ib tlie pine forests rif Ulalisns Asm |
gls, Tennessee and ether states a i the (
Southeast, where men are hewim
wood to oe used In the war program
the T. M. C. A. Is locating tats and
teats so that they may ha of service
to these loyal workers, fa so dob*
the T* Is balkMag up the morale <tf
the men who ara siding the shiptaild
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtue erf the power of sale
contained iff the decree of the
Superior Court of Pitt County
logs eofcttod. "J. K. Lewu
others v* wndK Lewis I
rnd others" dated the 8 th d
Octtb?> Itt* Ae under*
cotnraiiiioiier w8f on Satu
the 9th day of November,
at 11:30 o'clock A. M* ii
town o i Parniville, No^^
described real estate, rog
being in Farmville Town
Pitt Cftmty, State of I
Carolina, described as fofl
First Parcel: Lying and I
in the town o^Farmvtffe,
County, Stated! North Cere
described as follows, towit:
T ...... ,
You ore cotdia'iy invilcd to
attend our 'Tractor*1 Demon
stration Thursday, -: November
14th, on the fann of M* Jna T.
Thorne neai town- Hub Hard
acres more or less; being ta*t
wme land^ co^veye^ !o^\^H.
recordS in Book M. 4, pa*e7i!
of ihc Pin County Regislry; s&g
lands being later conveyed to th*?
Isterof Deeds of Pitt^ouaty;
State of North Carolina. Tw I
Third parcel;- ,?tt. ihat tract
or pastel oMand^b'in^in Farn^j
E. T urnagc laud; on the West by
the Wain right fieirsron the South
t>y William WiMiaros and A. H.1
estimation eighty acres, more^or
less; it being ftat same land coqr'
?r * rr- .? ?.'????? ir- j
dated October 17. 1871, which
deed is recorded -io Book GG,
page 395, of the Pitt County
missioner, to the said Mary E
Moore, which deed is recorded
in the office of the Roister of
Deeds of Pitt-County.
Sale made for partition. Terms
of sale cash. -
This Oct: 8tfr tm ? H
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