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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, July 18, 1919, Image 2

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that the ** by the Stag than tem* total r*vd the present phatica^ Citizen Ctii your for (concluded faun first page) come Mr. Uamstrable C When you, Mk Average zen, tell the tnitfc about . property, it willdo no good your neighbor, Mr. Undesirable Citizen. '' to teff t lie about fbis property, because when the books shoiw truly; what the pro perty of Mr. Average Citizen is worth, this evidence will clearly and coftcfttfivefcshow what the property Of Mrtf&dfesiraMe Citi zen is worth. The local and dis trict assessors, when they come, to fix the yalue.df property, win be governs by the sworn state ment oC $ir. Average Citizen. And wbten yfctf, Mr. Average' Citizen; tell the unvarnished truth aboift ytfur property, that truth wilt wipe out every ine quality . ia taction in North Carolina. > Tru^. values are al ways equal values; but the great est expert jcaoqot equalise a ser ies of frlsehoods. When wl the property in the State s&|tf he ^Jac$rf on the books at ill Sue value, many benefits wflT a<?rue to you, Mr. Average Sitizea^ 1. Yei^. will, have the great satidactio* of knowinarihat the record written bf all the people of the Sta& ia a. true record and not a liable on the common wealth. Thia^fcnowledge, *ill wonderfully strengthen the mor 2. YouLvillSow that every! discrimination k in taxation is' wipcd-^otf aixtthat every citizen is carrying his<iair part ol the burden. : * . ? k* 3. As the values go op the rate of taxatio& 'will go down, and state 4. The>jGeneraf, Assembly has made a pledge, not to collect, under the proposed true vafuea tion ol pcoperl?jK?venues greater than ten pgrceat in excess of the revenues gcoU&ted under the Tallies. This means dry law advocates KNOCK OKI STRONG " -r';v . rZjPr* ^':v? . i - I . : ' -1 (concluded from page 1) -wetof assertm* ttort #|f outd j merely permit jthe A-ery it .. President as commander is chief of the army had said was best for (he next sixmoitibs. After two and iiisee quarters per cent beer had been bowed over by a record vote of 151 to gft? and tbfr was about the relaj [five division on all amendments ? the prohibitionists went after aootber amendment by Repre sentative Igoe, Deippcrat. of r Mobile, which would have stricken out ail definition of ^in toxicants . killing the proposal 128 to 83. ?>-_ __ There was the utmost confu sion at times, despite vigorous whacks with a gave), and some! of the prohibition leaders ap- ' plauded every move in their favor, The galleries, filled large ly with women, and otficers of anti-liquor organizations broke into applaus when #he House roared its disapproval of two and three quarter per cent beer. And then, when it seemed the majority was dreary of voting dowg eVeiy proposal by the other point tf^ouder were raised,- tiri some motions, de signed to make 4b? law less r drastic, were picked up' by the| nape of the neck, as members expressed it and bodily threw -it out PARIS CELEBRATES THE COMING Of PEACE ~ - ? (concluded from page 1) (hem are camping in theC^ftps Elysees and around the Palace d* 1'Etoile, where they are keep in* company with the special night guards over fhe Ceno taph to the dead in the tfar. In all the squares of the line of march the gaiety which was dampened Saturday night by the wot in fuli vent tonight, the I ' ? '- 't .-'?K V ? ^ * ^ i ? ? ' I i The Rest Is Sfleoce. ' "Why b it Sam, thai one sever heats. of a darky committiog fui ride?" inquired lhe Northerner. uWeJ?, yob tee. it's disawaT bom Whec a white pusson has any trouble he set down aa* gits tostudyw' *bout it an' worryin'. Then firs' thing you know he's done kitted hisstfr But when a 1 || ii i> ? n anln finmn 4*^ |l? m f negro sets cHtto to toiDK iioui ; his troubles, whyr hejes' nacfaer ly joes -: to sleep^Pittsburg Chronicle- Telegraph. NOTICE! ? inform the 9:30 p. nv when Miss Bessie Mae Cason ww Wedded lo Mr. [Jones Wellington Boomer. > Tbe corfor scheme, which were the Rainbow colors, was carried out very effectively. The church being decorated io cut* flowers and peas. As the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding chorus was beautifully played by Mrs. Morton and soft ly sung by the Camp Fire Mis, the two cousin^ tkto'Hm* Lonnie Rasberry and Theimi Jones, entered strowing flowers as they went. Next came Miss Isabelle Boomer from Lake Landing; N. G, sister of the groom, wearing * blue evening dress with a blue tujle bair dress can^iiura fan with sweet pea showers and Miss Emily.MitcheJl of Washington, N. G, dressed in blue and gold With gold hair dress aiuf fan with sweet pea shower. Then Messrs. Angus Cox, of WaJAinftt&and Sam] Flanagan of Farmville, came. Bottoming were Miss SaMie Jack too of Greeaylle, Nl C, wear-l ing ptnk and j^een with pink hair-dress and fan showers, and Miss Olivia Rasbeoy of Farm ville in With pink Julie besr on hair and fan with show I ere Of sweet peas. Then enter ed Messrs. Alfred Flanagan of I Farmvilie, and; Ariel Ca0o. Next came the tittle ring-bearer, | Andy Noe, carrying the ring on a staff of valuable holly hocks, The dame of honor followed* who ws? Mrs. J. N. Payne oil Washington, N. C., dressed in ! white and gold wearing half ] length veil. Miss Katie Cason, maid of honor, followed dressed in Orchid with orchid tulie Itak bow and fan with showers. The bride then entered on tbe arm of her father, dressed in white -v ?- :l : xraAwyf: ^5 amai ? Tfcey left lea of a weft bi jho never boasJ lower, Bias Among the numerous things thai sre not wliat they are crack ed upio be is a broken premise. ? ; A Jjeaius is iusually eccentric but cs eccentric person isn't necessarily a genius. ; > ^ ? ? Ejpsrieuce is ihe^idtesl thai enables us to distinguish between good advice and bad. ^ :y Wige? Skinnum if^. boastUig: of his popularity. He iifRv much sought after? Wagg-^o is an escaped co^ 'Sm:'XzTX?Wk . Lambs rush in Wall Staeet -When Ihe old sheep fear to trea<kj NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that J. F. Harris ha* sold his interest in the.firmdf Tyson & Harris to C. A. Tyson, who assumes all debts ancf liabilities created by said partnership, abd all debts due to and* owing by the said firm will received land paid re spestively by <3L A* Tyson, ep cept $125.00 due^tbe Princi cola Co. which is assumed J. F. Harris. This the 10th day July, 1919. C. A. TYSON. J. F. HARRIS. State of North Carolina, In the Superior Court Morgan, and the defendant wijtf further take notice that she Ji required to appear at tfie ferm of Superior Courtof PiltCou^tytobeheMi ty, Greenville, North Carolina, and answer or demur to the complainf#*W;K& action or the plaintiff will wply to the Court lor the relief demanded injsaid complaint. I This tbe J, F. HARRINGTON, There are ??. w >:*??,? . c-a ? ? *v h a g< mmi strong Bank may be of vaJ^e to you. possible ver we may be of ..f" .??WWV- -V-' 41 '?:.Axr~ - ; BGHWL i C<?f> o<?l<Ant tA ^Mirt fnf fKfl nilKlir A State 8c Greenville, N^C. ? ": ' . ? - i ' ? - k- :? ? ? *?? ??? .? -?->-? - ' V". . ? ' V;"-. 4VL2i*r--.tc'~ ction is in the t are - > aid THE overflow-*? ? '

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