High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1926, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 17, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Sunday january 17. 197b Page 7 is lust rial report states that nip Layment in High Point was Good _ Sale Ich Jan. 16.�? apr us trial activities in North Uaria increased somewhat in do Iber building continued brisk resident building craftsmen e Well employed throughout the a says the United states de tent of labor in its monthly us trial employment comment the month made Public to by. He comment includes comment general conditions in the state specific comment on conditions seven North Carolina cities Eville Durham Gastonia Ansboro High Point Raleigh Wilmington. Industrial activities in this a a says Tho comment of the the tent Iii reference to North Olina in Genera increased Lew hat during december. A few he textile Mills in some centers still losing one Day a. Week on mint of the shortage of Hydro trie Power due to the drought. Preparations Are being made the operating of the fertilizer is which will be opened in the immediate future. Building Contin aes brisk an resident building craftsmen Are Well employed throughout the state. Turning to the cities to which attention is Given the department reports conditions in Asheville As a satisfactory a declares that the tobacco and silk hosiery Mills in Durham Are a a operating overtime a a and comment on the fact that Mills in Gastonia Are losing some time on account of the Hydro electric Power shortage caused by Tho drought. There is slight unemployment in Greensboro but Cotton Mills and other Industrial plants operated by Hydro electric Power resumed full time operations in december. Lowing comment is made a a tobacco factories and silk to fiery Mills Are operating overtime Isis a. Oiler industries reported Satis fac a a High Point local Industrial tory operating schedules and prac employment conditions Are describe to really All resident workers Are pm a8 Rood. Resident labor is w this time of the year. A slight Sui Short Selling. Business and Anan plus of negro unskilled labor Excia news generally was Fay table. Call Money ruled around 4 1-2 percent but funds were available played. A Large volume of building j under Way is affording employment to these craftsmen. Farmers re-1 port an adequate Supply of farm \ labor a the textile in Gastonia i a Arr still losing one Day a week through the Lack of Hydro electric Power caused by the drought. The Power companies Are reducing this j curtailment As rapidly As the in-1 creased flow of Rivers permits thus affording increased employment to resident workers. No great amount Industrial employment Condi building is under Way resident ions in High Point Aro described As a a Good a and industries arc operating the department says there is a surplus of a inexperienced workers a in Raleigh and an a oversupply of negro chauffeurs but All industries Are operating full time. In Wilmington the Only surplus of labor apparent is clerical workers. In that City a a practically All plants Are running and fertilizer factories a a will begin operations in the near a the majority of the plants in this City a says the department referring to Asheville a Are operating satisfactorily and what unemployment exists is confined chiefly to unskilled labor. Building Aud construction work continues on a Large scale and includes grading and paving of roads sewer and water line extensions and several Large residences. Resident skilled building tradesmen Are Well employee. The Farmers report a sufi Cieni Supply of labor available to meet present demands. Of Durham a conditions the Fol Ftp Williams xxx craftsmen being principally engaged on the usual Winter alteration and repair work. There Are indications that the state will let a $2,-000,000 contract in january for the construction of a 40-foot Highway from Gastonia to Charlotte. It is believed that there will be sufficient labor available when this work is started. The Farmers have an adequate Supply of farm help without any real surplus being a a Cotton Mills Aud Oiler Industrial plants in Greensboro says the report operated by hydroelectric Power resumed full time operations during december after running part time on account of the drought during Tho summer and fall months. Considerable building is under Way and several very Large projects will be started in the near future. At the present time the local Supply of building tradesmen is quite equal to the demand a few Idle building workers being apparent. There is practically no demand Foj farm labor at Imor a baby run u. 11 employed the industries Are operating satisfactorily an the Outlook is encouraging. Building tradesmen Are employed chiefly on alteration and repair work. A a surplus of inexperienced office workers is apparent in Raleigh. There is also no oversupply of negro chauffeurs. Practically All industries Are operating full time and resident labor with the exception of that noted is Well employed. Considerable building is underway and a $ sto0,000 Contra t was let during december for two Large buildings at state Collop below that figure in the a out de in ret a higher dividends were announced on the common stocks of the. Woolworth Ana Continental can companies while nine Hundred percent Stock dividends were declared by Nash motors and the United states electric corporation. Steel Mill operations continued at a relatively High rate. Oils were flow in responding to reports of another increase in tion. The a that car loadings in the first week of january fell below those of the same week last year probably influenced some Selling of j Hoa riness following the disruption Jot the Anthracite conference. Some of the southwestern issues develop Independent strength on merger and dividend rumours j Public utilities were heavily bought on report of new combinations increased dividends and eap ital Stock split tips. Among the specialities which moved up on special buying were foundation j company american agricultural j chemical preferred Texas and j Pacific land Trust Nash motors and general electric the last crude produc-1 named touching a new record High Ami then reacting sharply in profit three building permits issued by inspector taking. Very Little demand for farm labor Hie Railroad shares. Hard Coal is reported at this j carriers also showed a tendency to a a Wilmington practically a1a a 1,1 a plants in Wilmington Are running and the fertilizer factories will but Gin operations Iii the immediate future. The Only surplus of labor apparent consist of clerical workers. A $100,000 addition to a Church is underway and another Church building burned Down during december will be immediately replaced w Ith a Structure to Cost approximately $375,000. The local Supply of building tradesmen to sufficient to meet the demand. No shortage of farm labor Orocla Etalon Urdl ii h huh slim Enterprise want ads bring Quick result the following building 1 were issued yesterday at the office of building inspector a. B. Hor i hey George h. Jacobs one and a i half Story five room dwelling on West Lexington Avenue at an Esti mated Cost of $4,500 f. E. Creel Man two Story seven room dwell Ling. On Lindsay Street at an Esti mated Cost of $2,500. And w. L., Allen two room addition to dwell a lug on Thissell Street. Sizemore to attend dinner at Charlotte rotary of the chamber of Commerce will attend a dinner it the Yadkin hotel Charlotte january 20, at noon along with delegates from i various other towns Thron gho it permits t Hist Section. Including Wiseton Salem Reidsville Burlington Durham and other such Point South of Charlotte. The delegates will meet with the View of inking together the principal cities of the Piedmont plateau in North Carolina. Sudbury is enjoying through Tho Snow listening to fiddlers so be d much tramping skating Ani at the a Side inn. That he deferred his i to the new York automobile she he has had his private Pond Cie de of Snow. Frank j. Sizemore executive Sec want ads pay dividends c it cruise a Woff a % i a Tai i Rhi a reduced rates from Wilmington n. C. Tuesday february 16,1926, at to a. M. On the British a is. S. Fort Hamilton of Tbs Farness Bermuda line 12,000 tons�?423 feet Long twin screw Oil Burner. Specially chartered by Williams travel service Charlotte n. C. Eight Days one Day at Miami three Days at Havana Saloon deck 3 in inside stateroom $114.50 each person was $150.00 2 in inside stateroom $164.50 each person was $175.00. 3 in outside stateroom $137.50 each person was $175.00 2 in outside stateroom $187.50 each person was $200.00 the above rate include berth and meals on ship to and from Havana deck chair and Rug berth no Alp while at Havana and breakfast pm ship while at Havana. Free sight seeing trip at Miami. Passengers will occupy their staterooms on ship while at Havana without extra charge. The Saloon deck is far above Tho water line. It is called the Saloon deck because tile main dining a Leon la located on this deck. All staterooms Are thoroughly comfortable and arc equipped with electric fans and running water. This deck will accommodate Over 200 people Over two thirds the entire ship. This entire deck was reserved on our last cruise to Perme a and were occupied by Many prominent carolinians for illustrated literature giving Complete information about rates location of staterooms etc., write a Williams travel service Charlotte n. C. Many prominent people have made reservations t lower Levels in the Simet persistent hammering of bears has an influence on All Street new York Jan. 16.�? api a Tock Price worked to lower Levels this week under the persistent hammering of Bear traders. Operators for the Rise made several unsuccessful attempts to rally the list by bidding up a selected list of rails industrials and specialities but they tailed to attract a Public following. The action of the Market. Combined with the announcement of several Stock split ups and increased dividends raised the question As to whether the period of distribution by Large holders had begun. Commission House comment was divided As to the future course of prices in Many cases suggestions to Trike profits on the rallies being accompanied by warnings against professor Jaszi shoe Janu Dru last two Days Sale done to put off coming any longer tomorrow and tuesday a then thi it Sale will close Wear need of every member of the family will be gone May realize in some measure what this come tomorrow i Ilion this w wonderful Opportunity to Supply every foot below we mention a few typical values that you ale of Quality shoe store ? Good shoe it mean in you. Don t delay women a shoes a group of i. Miller Beautiful shoes in Patent Brown kid and Satin. Regular values $14.00 january Sale Price. $9.85 while court Aud countess Karo Are seeking to Force the state 11 it. Apartment to allow them to enter the United states Oscar Jaszi who was a minister in the Karolyi Cabinet when it controlled Hungary is teaching political science at Oberlin College Oberlin o. Ile intends to become an Merican citizen. An assortment of our very popular line of smart shoes in warned leathers and Satiu regular Price $11.00 january Sale Price $6.50 and $9.00 pumps. $8.85 $4.95 children a shoes of Fine values that mothers will Welcome. Everything from Complete stocks to most careful service remains the same for this january Sale. In Price Only is there any change. You can Send the children alone if you wish they will receive careful attention. January Sale prices $3.95�?$2.85�?$2.45 menus shoes you will find Here the famous Nettleton shoe priced up to $15 Tanu Arv Sale prices Are $12.85�?$11.85�?$10.85 $7.85 other special Sale bargains at $5.00-$5.85 and $6.85 Arch preserver and matrix shoes reduced for the Sale Cash to a no approvals Pauahty shoe store expert shoe fitters a fit for every foot hosiery reduced included in this Sale Aie the newest shades of smart hosiery for smart dressers. Values up to $3.00 january Sale prices $2.50�?$1.95 $1.75�?$1.25announcement f v i wish to announce to my Many friends and former patrons while connected with the n. H. Silver clothing co., that i have sold my entire holdings in the n. H. Silver company to my Brothers Robert and Phillip Silver. Henceforth i will devote my entire time to my real estate holdings in and around High Point. I wish to take this Opportunity to thank my Many friends and former patrons for their wonderful patronage Given to me while in that business. I wish to assure All of you that i will do my utmost to give you the same Square Deal and courteous service in the real estate business that was Given to them while in the clothing business. Real estate will be bought sold and swapped by me. Developed and undeveloped property of All kinds will be handled. Whenever in the Market for real estate see Silver 135 1-2 South main Street office Over Quality shoe store phone 2438

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