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UL.ic v " I
-.H Wile is one of the best i
.,n, newspaper correspond-!
, the world. For fourteen i
to the outbreaK oi
-4 'European war, he was Ber- j
..-respondent of Lord North- j
"'Vi London- papers. . When j
or broke out in 1914 he was ;
Inferred to London where he j
been ciose i-u cu. -"o ;
-w-r i
)W,?r? ever since. rie came iu ;
to lecture betore,
audiences, just a!
rhis country
eeks ago
if vs ?i
... j Fred Wile who has been
tiwzo England's big interests j
$ vears implores the Ameri-
"'."nponle to be friendly as;
friendly can be with the English; T L higgs himself
.fuleads for an iron bound and THIS then is what photographers call
tip1' riveted Anglo-American j a close-up view of Thos. L. Higgs, road
WHp waxes nearly j engineer to the Pasquotank Highway
alliance. Wile W axe S neJCommission The photo was made by
AUtiC at times in tellrng nlS , Saunderg and Saunders' camera never
I f nee hOW much America made a man look prettier than he really
?u 11 , T7r.r1ieVi ' is- This then is Tom Hi996 as he is.
:?s to the n0nbii. , M H.ggs entered upon his duties here
r- ,.ino- been Close tO the men j nearly three weeks ago and is already
' rrv.rlaTifl for SO ' at work making surveys. His first
Vieher up m England ior tu in from
s on
Elizabeth City to Weeksville. He
nnt waitina on State and Federal
to get his work done. In fact, Mr. Higgs
says if he had his say so the county
wouldn't waste time with the state
Highway Commission at all. He be
lieves in getting things done.
is ! ing
R utter' Claims To Have Fallen
Over a Tent Rope And Hurt
Her Arm
v. jqv veal a din xj.."-e
hand observer of the Euro
T3ii political game, Fred Wile
.bablv has deeper grounds for
U appeal for an Anglo-America
alhance, than anything he
wysin his Chautauqua speeches.
V':'- a diplomat and diplomats
r.vev give the public the real
r-motY why a thing is or is to be.
Jut Fred Wile, shrewd news-
,,,vr man and diplomat, is
- - c- . 1 J
.......v -hno from an eigmeeu ,
!3..n- .
yar sojourn in Europe franti
oa!W telUne American people,
attend Chautauquas, that
the United States and . Great
Britain had better get together
aaick and get together tight, for
mutual interests
Reading between the lines of
Wile's talk, one senses grave
.i,nr in Europe following the
war!" One understands that Wile
anticipates an alliance of Euro
pean and Asiatic powers against
rae English speaking race, a
menacing alliance that compels
tt , o ToVrn Bull to get
Aether and stand together pre- HOUSEWIVES EXPECTING
pared for any contingency. ! Bjq THINGS 0p PETERS
nd while Wile is traveling;
-(TTnitPrl States With this meS-S New City Health Officer Discusses
,U United btateS WU-U TTnited; City's Sanitary Needs With
Sage from England, the UniieU; Housewives' League
States is building 14 inch guns;
and mounting them on flat cars j Dr Wm A Peters Eiizabeth city's
t.3t Can be moved Up and down; new Health Officer, addressed- the
I A3 rtOCt nrenaring tO weekly meeting of the Elizabeth City
nv? Atlantic COast, PrePanng L ; Housewives. League Wednesday aft-
rash strong defenses to any j ernoon and told the League some things
? joint on the coast in case of an i about the city-s miik and water sup-
1 . -itt lti- . mam' an nnvious house-
pnetuoted invasion, we are . mt 6-.- ,
..utuyieu nnac mav wife cause for alarm. j
v suess who the invaders may .Much of the milk sold in this city ;
ill be told only wnen j . nositively filthy," declared
--j if oYnpdient Pfiters. And he thought
Time For Elizabeth" City To
Launch Move For a Real
Community Center
Elizabeth City will have to
wake up with its plans for a
Community Center, if it is not
to be eclipsed by the city of Kin
ston, the county seat of Lenoir.
Kinston plans to build a Com
munity Center to cost $300,000
and it has secured an option on
eight acres of land near the
heart of the city, upon which to
erect its building.
The proposed Kinston Community
Center will house the city's public
school plant, Chamber of Commerce.
Public Library, Farm and Home Dem
onstration workers, etc., and provide
an auditorium, gymnasium, - natator
ium, shower baths, roof garden, ban
quet 'hall, etc., for all the people.
What Kinston plans to do, a num
ber of far sighted Elizabeth City men
and women have Deen piaumug -v
spring for some time. The Chamber of
Commerce of Elizabeth City has been
collecting plans and data on such com
munity centers for months and has
only been waiting for the Elizabeth
City public to more keenly sense the
need of such ' a community enterprise.
Elizabeth City needs a larger and
more modern High School building.
ElizabetJi City needs a big auditor
ium and public forum.
Elizabeth City needs a public Li
brary. Elizabeth City needs a. banquet nail
for community use.
Elizabeth City needs a public swim
ming pool, shower baths and gymnas
ium for all her people.
Elizabeth City needs more ground
fr,r- rmt door sames and recreation.
All of these needs can be combined
in one big modern community build-
that would proviae fuuwuuu,
entertainment, amusement, reciwuu..
and inspiration for all the people, rich
and poor, high and low. And thru
such a community center all of the
people of the city could be brought
together as in on other way. brought
to know each other, to understand each
other and to be neighborly and co
operative as never before.
Its a big dream, a fine ideal for a
little city and right in line .with the
best thought of" modern times. This
newspaper hopes to see the Chamber
pull its community
out of the committee
Largest Ship Ever Built Here
Some Farmers Displeased Because Man in Town
Who Pays Two Thirds of County Taxes,
Has A County Vote .
$46,000,00 IN AUTOS
Here Are Interesting Figures, Includ
ing Number of Cars In North
eastern Counties
Forty-six million dollars invested in
automobiles in North Carolina on June
30, 1918. - It almost exactly equals the
v;iiue of all the school, college, and
church property of the state.
We have accumulated our wealth in
automobiles in the brief space of ten
vears or so, but our wealth represents
THE largest craft ever built complete by an Elizabeth City ship yard was
launched from the ways of the Elizabeth City Shipyard Co. Tuesday morning.
"Hie boat is a sturdy shallow water freighter, 124 feet long, 24 feet wide and 8 feet si0v effort of two and a half cen-
cleep. It is not only the largest, but is the most substantially built craft ever turies.
launched in these waters'. . The accompanying illustration was made from a - Gur motor car wealth in 1915 was s
photo by Saunders and shows -the ship just before she was ready to take the miiiion dollars; in 1918 it was close to
Guarantors $500 in The Hole This Year
And Some of Them Are
Getting Sore
50 million dollars, in rouna numuers.
Here is nearly a six-fold increase in
three years.
AVe have been buying cars at the
rate of 12 million dollars a year. Which
is just about the total annual cost of
N. C. Burgess of Old Trap Has Worn county government in North Carolina
Out His Water Bucket Bought
50 Years Ago
Washington, N. C threatens to pull
out of the Chautauqua circuit. Accord
ing to the Washington Daily Jtfews,
Chautauqua in that northeastern North
Carolina is a flat failure. The Daily
News of that city says:
"This makes the fifth year that a
Chautauqua has come to Washington.
"From the very beginning the guar
antors have had to work hard in order
to dispose of their allotment of tickets.
There hasn't been a single year that
the guarantors haven't had to dig down
into their pockets to meet the deficit.
"When the Chautauqua first came
to Washington it was a new form of
entertainment to our people. They
didn't know exactly oi wiuu. ti w
sisted, nor were they aware of its pur
poses and intent. In order to help es
tablish the Chautauqua It probably
was perfectly all right for our business
men - to become guarantors.
'But now another view ofthe matter
must be taken.- The people are -iuiu
. i j :L V.n Phantoiinilil. TheV
hacquainieu wim v -
know what form of entertainment tney
and several millions more than the cost
of our state government. And just as
everywhere else, we buy cars with a
whoop and pay taxes with a groan-
The number of our cars has risen
I from 16,000 to 77,000 in three years
I from 1915 to 1918. Which is to say, we
have been importing new auiumuuucs
of Commerce
center plans
nan exDect. -They knp.
. - grslvoorc nf nc-o and no eerm under the sun
the amusement ieaiure l""""1-" ' j - r. q
.. j ,mrv war Tn snite i pver eave mm an cuiicem
periecuy cica.ii m ,w , - w
Suit for damages in the sum oi
$3,000 has been brought against the
Chautauqua Company by Mrs. Hattie
Rutter, who lives on east Church street .
in this city, and an attachment has j
been filed against the Chautauqua
property now in this city, including
the tent and equipment of the company.
In 1916 while attending Chautauqua
Mrs. Rutter tripped and fell over a
tent rope as she was leaving a night
performance, and injured her arm.
Hence the suit for damages and writ
of attachment, which will necessitate
the giving of bond by Chautauqua be
fore the tent and other property the
company now has can be removed
The case will be tried at some future
term of court. Mrs. Rutter's attorneys
are Ehringhaus and Small of this city
room a
nd give them to the people.
Clerks Want Usfual Friday Half Holi-
ady During the Hot Months,
July and August
Elizabeth City retail clerks will ap
peal to tiie merchants of the city this
week to close their stores Jfriaay an.
ernoons during July and August. The
merchants have done this for the past
three years, but there is no permanent
agreement to this effect and the stores
have to be signed up anew every year.
There is a rumor that one or more
big stores will try to oppose the Fri
dav afternoon closing plan this sum
mer. This rumor is hardly fair to the
merchants, as the merchants have
hitherto fallen readily in line for this
h-umane and popular summer half
holidav. The merchant who tried tc
oppose the plan now would not find
himself very popular with the cierKE
or with the public.
No More Monkeying With The Clock
After The Last Sunday In
r tell us.
Many persons who are using auto
mobile dealers' lciense numbers to
Joid the payment of the state auto
liwtiBe tax are in a fair wiy to get
-Ji trouble with the State Highway
Automobile license taxes are due
rly 1. Many persons who purchase
?s in April, May and June borrow
license number from the dealer until
r-iey can secure their own license from
;J$e Secretary of State. Finding they
ftR get along with the dealer's license
number, some parties use these num
3 for weeks and months, thereby
"oiding the payment of license tax
tar tfce time.
ThlB newspaper is advised that the
'Ate Highway Commission is getting
r&Uy sore over this mild evasion of
iaw. Hundreds of miles of roads
aiust ie built in North Carolina this
vr and the commission needs every
dollar it can get from automobile owa
;re to h-lp build these roads. The fel
fw who rides on a dealer's license
Jocsa't tote fair, according to the State
u.-faway Commission.
ttos fact
greater cause for alarm than our un
healthy water supply, because tnis
milk is being fed to infants and is re
sponsible for illness and death among
the children of the community. Dr.
Peters promised that his department
and the new administration would not
neglect this fearful condition. He pur
poses to make public some startling
facts concerning the city's milk supply
at an early date.
Dr. Peters challenged the Water
Company's claim that good water can
not be readily obtained in this coastal
country. He said Elizabeth City's
water supply could be made good and
potable and he came out strong for
compulsory sewerage.
tv,o wmisewives' League was alto
gether impressed and expects much of
Dr. Peters as Health Officer.
Wanted: A wooden bucket, juniper
heart preferred. N. C. Burgess, Old
Trap, N. C.
N. C. Burgess, of Old Trap, Camden
County, was in town bright and early
J one morning this week looking for a at the rate of - 20 thousand a year, or
wooden water bucket and it seems that some 200 a day counting Sundays,
wooden buckets have gone out of style. The increase of cars in the United
After trying the stores in vain, Mr. states has been a little more than three
Burgess came to this newspaper for foi in five years, it has been nearly
information. THE .INDEPENDENT five-fold in' North Carolina in three
has promised to trjr to find a wooden years. ' ' '
bucket forhim. Pasquotank .takes the 25th. rank
Every one in this part of the world among the counties of the state, owning
used to use wooden water buckets. Now 698 carSj representing an investment of
it seems that the favorite bucket is $21.22 per inhabitant. Chowan has 39?.,
made of galvanized sheet iron. The iron perqUimans 336, Camden 162, Tyrrell
buckets don't last like the old timers, 143i Gates 269, Currituck 192, Hyde 129
according to Mr. Burgessi Washington 294, while Dare has 14.
Mr. Burgess says his last purchase Guiif ord leads the state with 3,631
of a wooden bucket was in Elizabeth
City 50 years ago. He bought it from
the firm of Bradford & Fearing. It
was made of juniper heart and has just
given up the ghost. The State Board
of Health would say. that a wooden
bucket used for half, a .century would
J&e'educa-M carrya colony pf . several million germs.
Tuesday, August 5, 1919, Pas
quotank county will vote on the
question of Stock Law. That
promises to be the liveliest elec
tion held in this county in a de
cide or more.
Prior to the general election last fall
an effort was made to -make Stock
Law an issue in that election. Advo
cates, of Stock Law tried their darn
dest to commit the legislative candi
date to the issued W. O. Saunders re
fused . to commit himself and put it
squarely up to the county to fight it
out. If the people want Stock Law
they can have it on their own say so.
If They don't want it, then they can
kill it at the ballot box.
Representative Saunders, thought he
had done everything a reasonable man
could be expected to do, when he left
the question of stock law to popular
vote. But right there he made a mis
take. He failed to take into account
the unreasonableness of human nature
and now finds himself criticised by a
lot of people, thruout the county. Many
farmers opposed to Stock Law are
criticising Saunders because the peo
ple in Elizabeth City will vote in the
stock law election. Farmers are say
ing that the man in town hasn't any
thing to do with a question of primary
concern to the man in the county.
People who make that sort of critic
ism forget the fact that W. O. Saunders
is not responsible for the city man hav
ing a voice in county politics. And if
W. O. Saunders had taken Elizabeth
City out of county politics Pasquotank
farmers probably would have run him
out of the county when they found
out what had happened to them.
The truth of the matter is, Elizabetn
City pays 65 per. cent of the county
taxes. The grand total of all county
taxes last year amounted to$82,691.52,
i UL W I1HJI1 BUlll LUC 1" .7
nf all thts however, the people still re
fuse to take to the Chautauqua, ine
sale of tickets this year-was poorer
than it ever has been. The guarantors
ill lose about $500. It will cost eacn oi
them between $20 and $25 apiece. All
this calls for some plain talking.
The Chautauqua in this community
is a flat failure. The people aon i wu.i
it. It doesn't appeal to them. They
are indifferent to it."
can he get another water bucket that
will last him 50 years.
Oversold Its Guarantee ot oew
Tickets This Year and Show in
crease in General Admissions
New York Sociologist Pleased With
County Welfare Plan To Be
Tried In This State
Young Elizabeth City Men Incorporate
Riverside Amusement co. ana .- f
ii-X?&- Lease::j3each : :- 'yf- -:4.
The Riversiae Amusement v.,
Elizabeth City, capitalized, at j.u,vvi,
has leased the entire river front be
longing to the Elizabeth City Hospital
and will spend $2,500 there at once in
the erection of a pleasure pavillion.
The pavillion will provide boating:
bathing, dancing, skating, refreshments
and other amusements and it is plan
ned to make it, eventually, a club
house for general recreational privi
leges. The incorporators of the Riverside
Amusement Co., are Calvin Morrisette.
AfiiM L. Clark, M. B. Simpson and O.
Uncle Eben.
"After an argynient has lasted as
much as an hour an' o half," said Un
cle Eben. "I deckles dat ifs either
about finished or else dar am g'meter
be no end to it."
Imagination and Realty.
"How did Morgan come to break
with Miss Blossom? He used to say
eood as gold!" "Yes.
i but you see he got acquainted with
j a girl who has gold !"
Doom of the daylight saving inaugu
rated as a war measure was pronoun
ced Wednesday by congress, both sen
ate and house adopting by overwhelm
ing votes measures to terminate oper
ation of the law when the period of j
summertime ends next October.
The house, following three hours'
debate, by a vote of 233 to 132, passed
a bill to repeal the law on the last
Sunday in next October, but rejected
an amendment to make the repeal ef
fective at once.
The senate, by a vote of 56 to 6, aft
er brief discussion, added a rider to
the agricultural appropriation bill pro
viding for repeal of the daylight mea
sure on the same date fixed by the
House bill.
Members of both senate and house.
'in advocating repeal of the law en
acted March 19, 1918, said they were
guided largely by wishes of farmers
and laboring men who oppose the ad
vanced hours during the spring and
summer season. Opponents of the re
peal legislation declared the extra
hours of daylight was a boon to city
dwellers, and asserted that others could
easily adjust their affairs to conform
to the advanced olook schedule.
Elizabeth City has gone thru its
sixth Chautauqua season this week and
drew perhaps the least attractive prog
ram of events ever offered by a Chau
tauqua. But Elizabeth City has the
Chautauqua spirit and 78 citizens sign
ed up to guarantee Elizabeth City
Chautauqua for 1920.
Elizabeth City leads all Chautauqua
towns in this state in the Chautauqua
spirit, according to Mrs. Eliza K. Ul-
rich Ullman, the Superintendent
this year's Chautauqua. Elizabeth
City oversold its guarantee of season
tickets for this week's Chautauqua ad
the number of general admissions this
year has excelled that of any previous
The big Chautauqua tent on the cor
ner of Road and Church streets has
been crowded nightly and at times
standing room has been at a premium.
Chautauqua next year must find a
new site for its tent. For several
v,QS nrcuDied the present site
owned by the First M.E. Church, South
The First Methodists expect to nv.
their new church completed on uwi
site before another Chautauqua rolls
around. .
(Edward T. Devine, in the Survey)
In the states of Washington and
Kansas nroDOsals are pending for thel -pllfirh.
establishment of county boards of pub- j Elizabeth City has one of the most
o. welfare. North Carolina has had wnr,rterful water fronts of any town on
such a law for two years, authorizing J the Atlantic seaboard and Elizabeth
county welfare boards under the super- CUy has neVer availed itself of its
vision of the state board of public wel- pleasurable possibilities to the extern
fare. that it should. Enzabetn Jity
The sreneral idea underlying this h lub a public bath house, or an
plan is that relief and preventive work "amusement pavillion of any sort on
should be united, and that, except ini ,t. wonderful river front, ine iu
New England, and under the unique oornorators of the new amusement
conditions of New York City the coun- company ought to make a little money
ty is the natural political unit, not QUt of their venture
only for public outdoor relief but tor
child welfare activities, me court up- -Tf,c,.PC a OADDCTITF
ervision of domestic relations when SUGGLo ID A BAIUJlllUE.
that is necessary, the oversight of de
linauents through probation and pa
role, and many other kinds of social
which are now regarded as suit- In
able for public action.
By the coordination of all such work
in the county it becomes possible to
have a trained social worker in charge
of it. Rural social work will always
be likely to be done badly if it. is mere
Connection With The Big Races
Here, It Would Give Elizabeth
City a Great Day
In view of the fact that Elizabeth
City is backward in planning its Fourth
of July celebration this year, the sug-
. . i: :t jimo c niuri tnwn business man
ly an incidental occupation auu u.vr gesuun -i.
bv an untrained person. A synthetic ought to be considered. ;This man sug-
program of social work in which each sests that Elizabeth City prepare a
age-group is considered and protective barbecue complimentary to northeast-
are ensured, would, enable ern North Carolina boys back from the
beth City paid $52,079.00, or approxi-
every dollar the farmer in Pasquotank
puts up. to maintain his schools, his
roads, his courts, jail, almshouse, farm
demonstration work, etc., etc., the man
in town puts up threg dollars. 4
,. Suppose Elizabeth City were separat
ed from he county-, and the city ; had i
would then pay no county tax. If the
farming population of this county that
now puts up only about $30,000 in tax
es, had to put up the entire $82,691.52,
then the farming population of this
county would be up against It. Next
year the total of all county taxes will
exceed $125,000. Elizabeth City could
selfishly afford to be deprived of her
vote in the county, if she could shuck
off county taxes along with the vote.
But Elizabeth City isn't that selfish.
Elizabeth City is immensely interested
in the welfare of the whole county and
gladly assumes her responsibility. A
half million dollars of improved roads
will be laid down by the doors of the
farmers in this county during the next
few months. Elizabeth City puts up
three dollars for every dollar the direct
beneficiary puts up. Elizabeth City in
fluence and Elizabeth City money will
build roads in Pasquotank county.
Does any farmer say that Elizabeth
City tax payers should haye no voice
in tne Dunams "
And having supported good roads,
the man in town probably will sup
port Stock Law. The man in town
thinks more of those good roads than
he does of Bill Joneses scrub cattle and
razor back hogs. The man in town
doesn't want Bill Jones hogs to clutter
jt mn thvm un and
up those goou. tuiu,
interfere with their drainage by wal
lowing in the ditches, incidentally, the
man in town expects to use those roads
occasionally and he doesn't want to
pay for every boneheaded hog that gets
in the v ay of his automobile. No one
oing to tolerate hogs and cattie ou
every county in the United States to
justify the appointment of at least one
trained worker on full time.
larger or more populous counties
specialized staff would become neces
The law establishing such
world war.
Come to
think about it, Elizabeth
In the city hasn't done a thing in tne way
a nf a demonstration of welcome to tne
returning soldiers. The soldier boys
are not worrying about that; the fel
lows are only glad to be back home
' Unwise Business Men.
-There be those who are ready to
rush into great ventures on suspicion,
as it" were,, not having made a careful
and exhaustive survey of the situation,
nor having counted tbe cost.
Out of town people who
T?l Uk Cltxr for
come to ouawi"
eye glasses can have their
eyes tested, glasses made ana
fitted the same day by mm
away service. No need tc
wait a week for some one to
order glasses for you. Ihav
my own grinding plant and
not only prescribe the glasses
you need but make and fit
them on the premises, u
saves a lot of time as well as
lot of middlemen s expenses.
Phone 999 Bradford Bldg.
. 1 - 4.1 t- Tili.ohoth P!itv
should be flexible. It should create u But it does seem
wwwn nnblic and volun- should get a hump on itself and dc
tary agencies. Public health, like pub- something big and worth while to let
lie education, is everywhere sufficient- the boys know we are glad to see them
lv important to demand a distinct DaCk.
county or municipal organization, with A big barbecue could be arrang ed at
aualified medical and engineering ex- a cost of 'two or three hundred dollars
quauueu ,v,i; - pnouitli f!iti- could
perts in charge. The Doara ua. i"" i ana no event
welfare as the undifferentiated agency stage would attract more people .c
at anv given moment, however, I Elizabeth Jity on "
dealing with questions quite as serious in ocnnection with the big races to oe
and difficult. Housing becomes a health pulled off on the new fair grounds
nroblem at' its margins, but migm. eu- tinder the auspices ui. u.c -
v .. x. e o vvar-ri of mti- tssvn wnulrt make July 4 the Dig-
gage tne aLLtMiuu". . - - i
1 o
. . ui:,
a concrete road and intelligent pu,.
opinion is not going to let roaming hogs
and cattle interfere with the drainage
of roads costing hundreds of thousands
of dollars.
This newspaper will open its columns
for the next few weeks to thoughtful
people who have something worth
while to say. either for or against
Stock Law. Writers are only revest
ed to be brief to write on one side of
paper only and to write legibly.
Names must be signed to all communi
After having been closed -U is
week to enable carpenters and painters
i . -x i nsira and improve-
to matte exwU0..0 -
welfare long before any recognized gest of big days in Elizabeth City.
...ui, ,-.. is involved. The boara
of public welfare might constantly
passing clearly formulated responsl
bilitaes to new social agencies, while
it might also retain many which do
not become large enough or permanent
If you like the idea, talk about it
Dr. B, C. Brooks, State Superintend
j x r -DnX-ltst Tnaf-niction Who SUC-
enough to acquire a specialized ) ceeded Dr. J. W. Joyner, will pay bis
or institution.
Daily Thcught
Coolcerv is become an art, a noble
Bdence; cooks are beetlemeo, Burton.
first isit to Elizabeth City to-day. Dr
Brooks comes to attend an important
meeting of the Board of Managers of
the State Normal School whic eon
venes hev this morning.
. rrviaato.i will re
ments, the AiKxtu ,
x i,t -Priday. June tv.
open - - - . "Tiber's
second installment of the. Tigers
Trail" and a Metro feature will be
shown to-night.
Many Elizabeth City families who
spend their summers at Nags Head
are already beginning to occupy their
cottages at that resort. A steady
movement of cottagers is expected
from mow C-. ,
More of the Same Kind.
A fellow who loses Ms temper eeems
t know Jast where to get another
jost as had;
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