High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 8 1925, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 8, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Monday december 7. 1925 births out deaths by Larmier births for Nove Inbe number 72 and include pair of twins births in the City nearly doubled the number of deaths recorded with tires tires $9.00 i $9.50 a .$9.00 tire service co. 212 East High Street phone 2714 guard against lung trouble Verdes palatable cod liver ii a Rohdt Raul prescription has been Suc Ces fully ised by physicians in treating stubborn cases of to Chia affections severe coughs and colds by reaching Down into the very roots of the trouble. This strength giving tonic is a builder of Quot stay there Quot flesh Yerkes palatable extract cod liver Oil Admi in str notice. Having qualified As administer matrix of the estate of John it. Ward deceased late of Guilford county North Carolina this is to notify All persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them duly verified to the undersigned on or before tile 10th Day of november 1926, at my residence at High Point n. Cd or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate win please make immediate payment. This the 10th Day of november 192 5. Eller Ward administer matrix of John r. Ward. 11 10 17 24 12 1 8 15 the department of vital Sta veg during the month of novel a there were 39 deaths and a total of 72 births. One pair of twins a Bey and a girl is listed unions the new arrivals. The list of births with Hie father s name follow Albert Meeks a son. Thomas Minier a son. Lacy Coble a daughter. O. R. Robbins a daughter. E. Jones a son. D. W. Ravesies a son. Minnie Scarlet daughter Irvin Shelton son g. C. Kernodle daughter t. A. Williams son Cicero Payue daughter. Mattie Davis son John r. Thrist daughter j. E. Gibson son Clarence Lowe daughter. Lee Ashworth son Anthony Rutley son Lonnie Burke son William Zigler daughter Edward b. Anderson. Son w. C. Edwards son s. D. Rotts daughter Homer Northcutt daughter w. L. Overcash daughter c. S. Brown son m. L. Warren son. W. C. A mail daughter l. E. Mcdowell son s. J. Kennedy daughter h. R. Russell son f. K. Fowler daughter. Marshal obey daughter Elmer in Sexton daughter e. P. Brown daughter j. Davis a son b. L. Southern son c. F. Cavin daughter j. L. Grubb daughter. E. Taylor son w. G. Smoaks. Daughter c. R. Stout son h. G. Ashwell son Grover Summey daughter. James c. Morgan daughter William a. Martin daughter Henry Williamson daughter Jerome Harriss. Daughter Cliff Ridley son. John Boyd daughter Nishell h. Smith son. Darvis Cullen son Rupert h. Tucker son Thomas g. Hayes son w. E. Stanton son f. W. Del Opp son. Ferret b. New daughter James Worth Myers daughter. Walter d. Jones daughter Walter a. Clodfelter son John Wright son. James g. Williams daughter Bernice t. Trodgen daughter William a. Burgess son. Joe it. Hutchinson son Maggie Nelson daughter e. D. Strater son and daughter d. V. Bradley son k. H. Nicholson daughter Claude Davis son. Clarence l. Bowman son John m. Mcdowell daughter. Raleigh ice Case furnishes Puzzle for trial court continued from Page i platform but they seek All such business and sell their ice at considerable reduction. The defense contends that if there were brought to Raleigh a competing company which would take the whole product of the manufacturers the makers would not object. Judge Midyette has been forced to Rule quickly and the five Days have Given him Opportunity for a variety of miscues. The lawyers have complimented his trial of the Case but the judge Isnit patting note change in bus schedule the Royal Blue bus line is now operating three busses exclusively Between High Point and Greensboro. A bus every hour each a first bus leave High Point 7 15 a. In. Last bus leaves 7 15 p. First bus leave Greensboro 6 45 a. In. Last bus leave 6 45 p. In. Connections in High Point and Greensboro for other Points. White House Coffee 1 the flavor is roasted till scarfs Beautiful new patterns Are now on display in scarfs for men and boys. Wool and silk and Wool in All the popular colors. Let us show you this display. The Young menus store Robt. I. Harris mgr. So. Main St. Himself on the Lack until he hears from the supreme court. He is Quick in decision but there were few cases that he could study which would have helped him. The result of the Case should it be decided in favor of the attorney general and his associates would be the dissolution of the delivering company and the restoration of the old retail plans by which each manufacturer put Bis product before the people and delivered it from his own Wagon. And the state contends that this was the proper Way from the Start that the delivery monopoly was unlawful and unnatural. Governor Mclean who is Back from new York and offering the $20,125,000 Sale of Bonds next monday smiles when he is asked if the state can sell these Bonds. He Hopes so to be sure. But the state has crowded its paper on the Market and stocks have been going wild. A this is always a rather hard time to sell Bonds a a the governor says. He thinks North Carolinas building has impressed the country and the men of Money Are disposed to help the state move on. A governor Mclean says that the big insurance companies before whose executives he recently spoke Are highly interested in the state Anet know it Well. They like its substantial qualities and appreciate its spirit of Progress. The Magazine articles dealing with North Carolina have done the state a great Deal of Good be declares. Capture of Otto Wood monday in Mooresville after his great frolic gives support to to various stories that Wood was a seeing North Carolina a and was in no special mood of secrecy. Raleigh boys had him Here last we Eek attending liquor and card parties on the suburbs of the City and later he was suspected of having abducted a Franklinton druggist who went away nearly a week ago and has not returned. There is a general belief that Woods very boldness in driving about the state threw his pursuers off tile track and that they were seeking him in the far away states Canada and other provinces when he was right Here i us a the nose of the officers. Governor Mclean was first informed of Woods capture by the newspaper boys who called on him monday afternoon. The executive was very much pleased and he will be glad to order the Reward Money paid to the men in Mooresville chief o. L. Woodside and his assistant who took the one armed murderer to jail. But Wood is Given Only a Brief tenure Here when he returns. He is expected to work out some new plan of escape. The fellow has sworn that he will not stay in the Penitentiary and the officials Are disposed to believe that he is in Earnest about it. Wake county commissioners have ordered the $1,300,000 Bond Issue of the county for the completion of roads to be put on Sale january 15. Wake voted this amount in october and the state Highway commission agrees to build the roads. The links which will be paved Are those running on no. 50 Between Cary and Apex the Raleigh Wake and Harnett route 21, and no. 90 which goes from Raleigh toward Rocky mount. These links will Complete the Chain. The Highway commission w As Happy to duplicate the Wake amount by allotting it $100,-0 00 a year for the 13 years which will be required for payment. The general county Bond situation Isnit so pleasing however and from this time Forward there will be fewer county Loans to the state. The practice is a tremendous Strain on the states credit. Commissioner John Sprunt Hill lost his fight in the supreme court last Spring after the attorney general had ruled with him but or. Hill is going to win his next Battle. There will not be Many More county Loans. The big Powers in the state will oppose them. The Money markets in the North will not encourage it. Or. Hill was glad to help the Wake folks out however and did much for their Relief. Emerywood leads in realty Market local property transferred by Marsh Heads list on monday Emerywood led the realty transfers recorded in Greensboro monday when a deed involving a consideration of $35,000 was flied for the Transfer of a lot from j. A. Marsh to a. P. Brown and c. C. Tabor. A total of $53,000 was represented in the deeds other deeds were Indian refining company to Sinclair refining company lot fronting on West Lee Street for $6,000. C. Allred to mrs. Sallie Allred lot in Broadview subdivision for $500. A. L. Bryan to mrs. Lillian Byer la lot of the c. T. Willis land for $1,000. A. L. Brooks it a1, to Samuel Stewart lot in the Nocho Park sub division for $10 and other considerations. D. H. Parnell to l. E. Thacker lot fronting on Randolph Avenue for $500. Farlow insurance and realty company to a. P. Williams lot or Wesley place for $2,500. Globe realty company to c. A York lot in the t. Y. Hamilton Sui division for $500. Mary Wiley to Esther Ingram lot in the j. S. Worth surf division for $1,000. C. F. Williams it a1, to d. A Crisco lot in the Penny brother subdivision for $2,000. John a. Dean to a. D. Marshall 50 acres land adjoining property or York and others tor $4,000. You la find just the gift things he or she will appreciate most at Randall a pharmacy. Daggers jewelry store is the place to buy your Christmas presents a reduction of 25 per cent is offered on a gift Auto fatalities during the week in the Dixie states forty seven killed and 278 injured in motor car accidents injured. Georgia ranked Well along in the injured column with 42. Arkansas had the lowest number of injuries reporting Only one. The outstanding Accident of the week was at Blytheville ark., last monday in which nine persons com-1 prising two families were killed. The week end featured with several fatal automobile accidents notable at Atmore ala., where three were killed while four met death in two accidents in Tennessee. Arkansas. 9 i Tennessee. 6 50 Kentucky. 2 9 total. 4 7 278 visit daggers jewelry itor<., where Christmas gifts Are displayed in great abundance marked Down for Quick Selling 25 per cent. Atlanta ga., dec. 7.�? apr forty seven persons met their doom in the South from automobile accidents during the week just ended while More than a Quarter of a thousand were injured in mishaps in which motor cars figured. These figures Are revealed in a Survey of eleven Southern states by the associated press today. Florida Heads the death column for the week with fourteen and Arkansas Cornea second with nine. I Virginia is the Only state report j ing no deaths although the old Dominion beaded the injuries col-1 urn with 53. Tennessee had fifty Simc Deal ii Iii juried Virginia. 0 53 North Carolina. I 21 South Carolina. 2 s Georgia. 4 4 2 Florida. 3 5 Alabama. A. 3 2 Mississippi. 2 a Louisiana. 4 35 you know a tonic is Good when it makes you eat like a hungry boy and brings Back the color to your checks. You can soon feel the strengthening invigorating effect a Grove s tasteless chill tonic 60c notice of Sale of real estate pursuant to an order of Mason w. Gant clerk i 2 the Superior court of Guilford county issued on the 19th Day of noveme or 1925. In the matter of a Maggie Lindsay and Harry Lindsay is. Robert Fields and All other persons unknown who have or claim any interest in Tho lands described in the petition or who desire to come in and be made parties a a the undersigned commissioner will sell to the highest bidder at Public auction for Cash on the premises in the City of High Point North Carolina on thursday the 31st Day of december 1925, at 2 o clock p. M., the following described real estate situated in High Point township and described As follows a beginning at a stake Southeast Corner of Ben Burns lot run j Ding thence along Kendall Street in a southerly direction 67 it. To a stake thence West 150 it thence in a northerly direction 67 it to Ben Burns line thence Easterly along Ben Burns line 150 it. To the beginning. Being the same land once conveyed to Frank Bow Man by Seborn Perry Aud wife by deed recorded in Book 152, Page 425.�?� this it e 20th Day of november,1 1925. Owen Reese 11-24 12-1-8-15 commissioner. Fruit cakes for Christmas $1.40 40c wards 2 1-2 la. Dark fruit cakes. Wards fruit cakes a Cut per la. Paradise fruit cakes 2 1-2 and 5 feb. Sizes. Specially priced King Hans Bacon boxed la. King Hans All pork sausage la. 50c 35c fruits apples bananas oranges grape fruit walnuts Brazil nuts. California soft Shell almonds figs dates Lemon Peel Orange Peel Citron cherries pineapple and currants. We have just received a fresh shipment of autumn Leaf butter let us serve you Holmes Cash grocery 139 South Wrenn Street phone 2903 a gift for All the family Chrysler four a gift of a Chrysler a four will be appreciated by the family for several years to come. They will appreciate the Opportunity of getting out for a Long drive in the fresh crispy Winter Aifa it will help you to reduce your doctor Bills. The Chrysler a a four a justly merits the tremendous popularity it has built up during the past few months today a Market holds nothing of any Type near the Chrysler four which even closely approaches this supreme combination of performance abilities. You entail no obligation when you allow us to demonstrate. Gate City motor company South Wrenn Street. Phone 2639 Christmas gift suggestions at Belt Stevens company you will find Many unusual and attractive Christmas gift suggestions. Our crop of buyers have scoured the markets of the country for the Best in Christmas gifts and the results of their buying is shown in the exquisite displays we Are making in our store look this list Over then come in and see the hundreds of other things that we have Here for your approval. Ladies handkerchiefs in fancy boxes 39c, 48c, 69c, 98c ladies Combs and brushes in fancy boxes priced from 98c10 $1.69 ladies under Arm bags each priced from $1.98$2.48 Phoenix and Onyx silk hosiery in All shades 98c Quot $2.48 menus dress shirts in White and colors. Packed in Christmas boxes each 98c, $1.48ani $1.98 menus silk socks. In fancy and Plain patterns. All colors 48c, 75c perfume sets in handsome Christmas boxes a 98c $2.50 Slipper tree sets fancy silk new shades is 98 c toys dolls a toy wagons a toy trucks toy furniture pianos Etc. A full and Complete line of toys of substantial construction. Suit cases and hand bags for Christmas 98c $5.95 Large rugs $14.9510 $59.50 Small rugs $1.98to $5.95 mensa scarfs silk and Wool Ideal Christmas gifts 98c,$1.65 $1.95 menus Bath Robes $4 50 &Quot$9.95 Belk Stevens co

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