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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 15, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page 2x High Point Enterprise. Friday. January 15. 192 ponies of Plains Selling glue worthless for anything else they Are being rounded up by indians Ethel Goat getters Glacier Park mont., Jan j 14.a striking example of the fact j that the american Indian no longer measures Hia wealth in ponies is contained la the announcement j by the v. H. Indian department j that the tribes of Montana this year j fold for Slaughter several thousand Small horses on the various reservations in this state. These animals so highly prize upon the Prairie in Tho Early Days i now Are worthless except for glue making. Ponies weighing More than Soo pounds bring $5. For those weighing less than 80o pounds the indians Only get $2.50 apiece. The indians could not give them i away alive on the open Market be a cause no one has any use for them however since the glue factories began bidding for these puny steeds the red men. With permission of their reservation superintendents have rounded up All the wandering herds of wild ponies they could find grazing the foothill Region of the Rocky mountains even the Indian himself has found Little use for Many ponies in recent years. The cow is a More useful animal to him. On the Glacier National Park reservation where these wild ponies have become plentiful since the world j War the blackfeet indians have rounded up More than two thous a and for the glue pot. From Amon the lot the blackfeet selected a1 number of wonderful Pinto ponies descendants of the much cherished Type which their forefathers Rode. Theae they will keep for their own use. These indians have made unusual Progress in agriculture Nuder supt. Campbells five year educational program. They discovered the grass of their reservation is much More valuable to them eaten by Milch cows than when it is consumed by bands of roving Cayuses for which they could find no practical use. These blackfeet indians also have been liaising enough wheat to keep in operation two grist Mills which the United states government built As an inducement for them to farm. They even Are exhibitors in Competition with the White Farmer at the Montana state fairs. Some substitutes May be As Good As the real article. But Money is a poor substitute for happiness. Regiment Kansas woman killed near Here when Auto overturned on curve free Lover i e for second time promoter april farm refuses in a hesitance of Money freshman football team is in training for indoor championships. Which will be held at Chicago in february. Several years ago. When Murchison was beginning his career a a sprinter a a Paddy Fitzgerald St. Louis Veteran track coach urged Murchison to train for the 440. It was Fitzgerald s opinion that Murchison could crack the world1� record for the Quarter. Twice in indoor races the Illinois athletic club Star has negotiated the Quarter in 50, and once in Chicago in a one mile relay race be did the distance in better time. He made these Marks with no training. Enterprise want ads bring Quick result8 negroes will be taught new methods Tuskegee Institute. Jan. apr improved method of farming and Home making for the negro will feature the Tus Weegee negro conference to be held at the Institute january 27-28. Men prominent in agricultural circles farm demonstration agent and Farmers themselves will make addressee end participate in the discussions said or. Robert r. My ton princ Fps of the Institute. Of Day will be devoted to subjects of special interest to health and so Elal workers and Rural school teachers. Or. Booker t. Washington inaugurated the movement to help negro Farmers improve their conditions and raise the Standard of live my of those in Rural District. Enterprise want ads j5rn<i Quick results Winston Salem. Jan. 15,�? apr mrs. John e. Wilson of Kansas City was instantly killed yesterday morning when the car in which she was Riding turned ver on the Winston Salem lexis ton Highway about 8 Miles from this City. Lier companion mrs. Fred p. Whiting of Kansas City was not injured Sod is now at a local bots. The two women Wert in rout to Lexington to visit relatives in at. Tempting to round a our the car a truck an in Bank Aud turned completely Over breaking the Windshield and top. Its. Whiting the Driver was uninjured while mrs. Wilson was severely crushed death occurring almost instantly. The husband of the victim an j sex police commissioner of Kansas City has been notified of the evident and is now in route to this City. Mrs. Wilson was about 30 years of age. Queens College will Honor founders Day Charlotte Jan. 15.�? apr Queens College presbyterian institution for women Here today celebrated founders Day Ltd the Day marking the one Hundred and fifty fifth anniversary since a messenger brought the news that the colonial Congress had granted the institution the right to Confer degrees upon its graduates. The institution then was known As Queens museum. Fruit Sale we will close oar business by the 80th of this month. Every Liing a inst no end it a very Low Price. Oranges 50c pm. Or $1.50 by. Tangerine 75c pm. 15c Doz. 25c Doz. Nice grape fruit 6 for 25c English walnuts no. I 30c la. Pecans 30c la. At these Low prices it will pay Yon to get e few Days Supply in Advance is it is your lest Opportunity. Andrews amp Knowles Vovk North main St. Ii it Chew a few pleasant tablets instant stomach Relief if you tie i Lull sick or uncomfortable Atter eating Here is harmless stomach Relief. A Spape s Dia pepsin settles the stomach and corrects digestion the moment it reaches the stomach. This guaranteed stomach corrective costs but a few cents at any drug store. Keep it Handy Allentown a. Jau. 15.�? apr Ryphe eccentricities of Charles Garland promoter of april farm an alleged free love Colony were further revealed with the information that he has inherited and Given away a second Fortune in recent years. A member of the Colony who requested that 1/s name be Bot used told about it. Garland startled the country in 19 20 when he refused to accept a 1.000,000 legacy left by his father. Later however lie accepted the inheritance and gave it to tile american fund for Public service. The second legacy of $500,000. The april farm member said came to Garland through his grandfathers estate. Garland at once placed this in Hie trusteeship of the american fund for personal service which concerns itself with individuals who have proven their qualifications for a career but who Lac funds. Garland retained a place on the Hoard of directors of the fund of which a. J. Musty of new York is chairman already the april farm spokesman said this fund has assisted Many struggling Youthful artists sculptors and authors in the furtherance of their studies. Reporters were unable to reach Garland for confirmation of the Story. Loren Murchison to change his event Urbana 111., Jan. 15�? apr Loren Murchison one of americans Premier sprinters will train for the 4 00 meter run instead of the too meter dash in future trials for the olympic games. Murchison whose brother Gerald was a Star of this years 111iul Are you getting ahead or1 just getting along % your news years Resolution should have included trading at Piggy wiggly. There Are All kinds of imitations but Only one Piggy wiggly. Others will Tell you they sell As cheaply. They Tell you that the private brands Are a just As Piggy wiggly Only handles advertised tried and Well known brands. Have you Ever investigated the difference Between Piggy wiggly prices and those you pay when you get a free delivery a there is no such thing As a free delivery. Our old Friend Dooley said a if anyone offers you something for nothing do not hesitate Call an officer at i give Piggy wiggly a trial ask your friends who have Given it a fair trial. Courteous and intelligent service As Well As a Hearty Welcome awaits you. Piggy wiggly r reduced rates on Saloon dec Williams Bermuda cruise eight Days from Wilmington n. C. On the British s. S. Fort Hamilton saturday february 6th, 1926new rates Saloon deck three in inside stateroom $135.00 each person two in inside stateroom $150.00 each person three in outside stateroom $150.00 each person two in outside stateroom $175.00 each person these rates include berth and Meeds on ship deck chair and Steamer Rug. Hotel accommodations with meals four Days a the famous Hamilton hotel at Bermuda. A 24 mile drive to St. Georges admission to Crystal Cave and a boat trip to submarine gardens. For further information and reservations write Williams travel service Iveys department store Charlotte n.

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