Recently Appointed Nurse for
County Pleased With Re
Pitt county instead of employ
ing a nurse. The peace pro
grain tot thf JJRed Cross is an
educational and health proiram.
It advocates that we Reveal dis
^Dutbcrn Division /and ask?d if
'the- charter might help endow a
hospital for Pitt county. The
answer came that it could not
h^P the hospital but the chap
ter's funds might be used in em
ploying a county nurse and in
this way carry out the educa
tions? and health program. We
believe that when the people of
the county realize the value of
the iurse that they will find the
need for a- hospital and that in
side of a year work on a hospital
in Pitt county wiH "be in pro
gress. : ; ' ' ? "
SUNSHINE ANP GLOO^. |
1 his is a story of sunshine and
gloom seen at the same time, and
the same place but by ditfejft^
Two-farmers frain the same
place in the same work, report
on the crop conditions as
One says that the outlet is
very poor? crops are a poor
- - A. " - , . ?
grumblers, always kicking and
knocking everything that we
may prcgos&o? do
After all, $ it not a plain way
And i*bat i^B^>econie
fellow who is so unfortunate or
dishonest as to fail to render up
his" thanks afrd bestow honor.
( 'M b farbettertobethefeUow
that can smile a little, that knows
that Jhe ? prom# oifcod >'.$?
and is willing to trust the com
ing day for blessings to sustain.
I How sad to beagrouchP^^
Superintendent of School E. C.
Brooks, the latter asking that th|
school authorities in all the
counties bear ip^mind this ap
prove! by the commissioner of
insurance is required. Commis
sioner Young tells the school
authorities that he will require
one^story school houses to have
staocbrd flues and urges that
T "7 . . * > n *"* >r
one-story, as well as two-stony
building have at least fire-resist
ing roofs. He will not require
fireproof two-story school JjuUd
ing, but he will require th& they
jbe oefede safe for the children.
Her will see that all plan! solv
mittedaad passed upon and re-'
turned without delay. He wants
to cooperate with vthe school
authorities to theiullest extent.
ihe use of
tht inability x>i
the celebration being
K.^C>owtoer or _im
features of t5?f Ce
tton, etrongly nrg6d.i
pictures in the ad*
tigioos work. H?. s
Made to carry a religious mee
further Chan any known Tonn of
, Dr. S. Earl TayHf. direct* goi
of the Centenary Celebration, i
the statement that "we want pld
that- talk the universal languagi
before the message. jof peace
food will should he preached to
VorK through picture*.'* * ? ,v~^
v 'am glad to tagw they^e j
s&jpe of the Entire scheme a*'* h&8
tAn. regaled me by Dr. icilcr,
Df. Crowtfaer. Dr. Reisner and others.
i^lWeratand the Methodist Church
his >140,000,000 and ts going to cele
brate Us success With something more
Bearij^fwembStog-* World ftStfwtban
anything else to which It can be co*p
Ipared. one would think that %-jprMt;
nation at least is behind the move
than, the greatest nation is b?hipd It
-Hi reawakened Ideal and faith In
spired to bind nip the wounds Iff1" a
plebration will BMjnt. ColtraitiM. accorHUH la MW 0"f?
Karb, who h.. ??cal^ ?n.
Columbus can take care
to understand the p
sis appendage. Prop*
[delinking if the owner inaugiM.
stipulated that the vehicle should
be sold at public auction and the
fines and the costs should be re*
funded to the owner. The com
shOutofc, amn to the State. ? &
The committee also tentative
of thjpfcw; for first offense! J?
permit the judge to use hif.oWn
discretion in sentencing the ' of
gg g y
tfatti fbrierifes 6T pea*e asim
practicable and lhat then signa
? roWHTi'.iiSy ?J9rM: .'TSSm?*!
lure is given under duress, pro
tests were made against the
clauses concerning repration, the
forfeiture of colonists and btfaen.
r Asserting that the terms can*
not be carried out and that tfe
Gerimra government can not be
held responsible for what may
occur* the note concluded by
saying tbat the Germans will
sign, with reservations relative
to the turning over of those al
leged to be guilty of crimes and
also th^admissionlot the guilt bt
Germany iu causing the war.
In replying. th? Council of
^?The "Allied and 'Associated
powers have considered the note
of the German- delegation of
even date and in view of tl}&
shortness of time remain^ }eei
ft a* at once.
Of the pv&rftbm vjhiehtbe
its fintu decision as to the signa
ture 6f the 'treaty* less thai* 24
houre remains. The Allied and
associated^ governments have
given fullest consideration tp all
representation hitherto made by
the German- government with
Sheriff Dudley anA 'vQtffctals
I ^ Begin Campaif& Fridajf
With Good Results
WE SITLLS $AfcEN ?
5 WITH BEEI^MSIRtfJpD
Cokwjed Men, Bringing
to City, Captwed Yester*
Commencing with activities
te Ffiday evening which; con
tinued through Sunday, Step#
Dudley and Deputies pafbett
and Catonmade a persjstenf and
effective campaign against the
"monkey rum" traffic of fak
section, which resulted in the
capture of three stills, three lien
and the deatroyiog^ef several
hundred gallons of beer ready
for distillation. The campaign
consisted of five separate
distinct raids- into Various
ties, and while an appteb
of all offenders connected^
the stills was sot accc
this, may occutrat any
de'r the . vigilant .sum
The raid Friday eveniifcwas
-*14' . aS- ^ JT. > JMk, On ? '
tolas, each pLr ^
proximity to one another, _.T
whiskey wasibund in life vicin
ity* but muck beer was pooled
our, and a barrell of . molasses
taken. Sunday morning, fhfce
negroes, Tom Jdyner, George
Joyner and Henry Nesbitt, with
automobile, were captured while
entering the city on Dickinson
avenue. Three gallons of Mm6n?
key turn" tvete ^tonad
car, while one of ihe
armed with a pistol. :,m
Sunday evening^ final ?
vities of the campaign came j to
a couclusiy. a rpid near Pact
in whjc* over one thousand;
of beer were
Sheriff Dudley and of
eclipsed all records ?
established by any other officials
in this section ^ tb^ coun^
and defiuate statements
P&|iumbe^ of jstjUs captured
will be given later.
that several soldiers on furlot
in New York hatf been renei
iiQcoasciou&by means!of *do
ed" cigarettes, and then strip?
of the valuables, Lieut. Jfohn