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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, December 06, 1918, Image 1

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VOL. IX Ne* York, Dec 5,-The Brit* | ish transport Orea, with 1,9^ American troops aboard^ anlved heretoday from Liverpool. She 19 the fourth transport to brin* tttn^iofffoUi^ ' The Oeapassed the transport George Wtoog!?* fifty miles ?at at sea and the febowing WtfsOn: troops on the io fee President of the United Sta$?&*\;_ ?**' *' tl '?' > r?p m B int. United Stat* 1Ct? ?i4 8vx tautfii by bife jy i condition To the people of Pitt coonty: >"? Sogretf is the faith in the univer sality of the K-;J Croasspirit thatthe of that great organization, of which Woodrow Wilson is president, to enroll , time the American people will express J their moral and spiritual support of the armies orf. freedom in the form of Red Cross membership. ~ ' You know what the Red Cross is aod What: it doesy that H is the ^afcest or- ! g*m*ation of any kind in the wprid,f and the greatest force for good,espec-J ialjy in the black Welter of the recent warring nations; It^the one bright' spot o? Hope, Humanity's Light. All persons in the comity, yotmg and requested to have a SSy dollardsc^ : the 'week when t%s solicitor*, come met. More at car boy* hare died from] dimes than inm German bullet* Thi ; |Jnite<J^ States governments ha? 25tn? m^u?hp m"iy? fit. only for willing hands and ioving hearts, throng the American Red Cite* Those who ,:have returned ftom the hospitals of ^the| presenece of a RedCross Norse, all, M!S^!ffi53SSKi catching and are spread from person to person b y means of droplet* of t,cnn 1EO8U mn(niSi).,< docd sprayed Into the ekwben careless ?e Ignorant people cough or sneeze wlth oat covering, tfcelr mouth and nosst; It is atop good to fcndw thatpeople hare learned something about the Valine of fresh air. In aumner, when people ma m ,1 ?-? r> mh if. ? are largely- OQt 01 floors, tee respira tory diseases (coughs, ?ilds, pneumo nia, etc) are Infrequent! In the fidl, as people begin to nbndn Indoors, the respiratory dl^ases Increase; In the Winter, when people we prone to; stay in badly ventilated, overheated tteih^ t be respiratory diseases become very prevalent v', -? '?"> ? " 13?lfp8 mercy. T the machi the benefit dflfc boys "Over tliere. H??m Herbift Bur HKfc Mo. W. A. PoOard Mf.l.O.iPollord. George Farmer Dick Barries Lewii jLee Johnson... jfoe BU Joyner E. G. Martin. FfedMcLUly J. 'A. 'Barrett ? Thad Clark : RB.Bcnum. ? .... Joe Asfcew Lena Williams S4 Joyner..;.. G? W.Hayes? - Walter May? . L. T. Artis Bettie Joyner Lillian Parker?,.. Willian King Mrs. WiMiam King William Holloway Lyman Wootent.l. fw?w. ^London4 Dec. 5 (Briti^i Wire less S?vice)--Tbe political situ ation in Germany continues fo be extraordinarily obscure, says the Amsterdam correspondent of the Daily Express. Every body else seems to be quarrel ins with everybody else and every member of the socialist party is trying to outdo his com rades in.the* fefrvw of his repub licanism.^sv ^^y & q, k . Two grave dangers, the cor respondent declares, appeared to be amiromt the-new German republic. One is the separatist movement headed by Kurt Eis ^ Bavarian leader, who is that arising from the quarrel Berlin jmiUitary soviet with its majority/ of extremists and Bof sheviki and the Berlin executive committee. - . , ? ?? " -T ?- ? <-:?y David Tyson 5 W.T.Dixon- 2 Ben Vines .... 5 Jesse Taylor,....: 2 Cenn Barrett. 1 Jim Edwards .75 Mary Jane Bergerson 75 Taynor Reedick 50 Shade Hardy .50 Smithie Home... 75 Hattie'Smith? .25 Fannie Forbes : 50 Lucy Willis .25 William. D. Hin ton ...... ? .50 -Ester. Bagleyr? ? . ? .25 Bettie Hickman. ...... .25 Beauty Sterling. .50 Helen Tyson ,.25 SiS:::::::::::: fs 'I WillTSylor _ .25 Sophia Cur. .25 Raynpr Reddick.. .25 I L 'to be continued)

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