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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 26, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page 6high Point Enterprise tuesday. January 26, 1926 in club phone 4262 weddings announcement parties events of society phone 4212 personal fashions out our Way by Williams or. I Ork k ill with la Grippa i. R. T. Hedrick is confined to his Home with la Grippe. A a Rith ii Ink Andrews Rohn january 22 born to or. And mrs. Clarence Andrews. January 22, a daughter Ruth Irene. A a a or. Long ill at his Home friends of c. F. Long will regret to learn that he is ill with Grippe it his Home. A a Delta Tau meeting is postponed the Delta Tau club will not meet this week but will meet a week from tomorrow with mrs. R. T. Mann. Reta i Cia h to meet the i Brda a night or. And mrs. Forest Murray will entertain Tho Beta i club thursday evening at 8 of clock at their Home on Bast Washington Street. Jas Derwent oper Atton at local Hospital mrs. F. D. Burchfield underwent on operation at the Guilford general Hospital sunday night. She in getting along nicely. A or. Bottoms ill at his Home the Many friends of j. P. Bottoms will regret to learn that he is confined to his Home on Lake Street on account of illness. A it it Vek the teacups plea postponed the Over the teacups Bridge Ltd Lub which was to meet this week with mrs. W. G. Shipman has postponed its meeting for two weeks at Ithyll child a harmless laxative i Quot California Fig syrup 4 even if Cross feverish bilious constipated or full of cold children love the pleasant taste of a California Fig a teaspoonful never fails to gently clean the liver and bowels and sweeten Tho stomach. Ask your druggist for genuine California Fig syrup which has directions printed on bottle. Mother you Musi. Say a a californian or you May get an imitation Fig syrup. Which time mrs. Shipman will be hostess. A a a Birle study class with mils. Smith the Bible study class will meet thursday afternoon at 3 of clock with mrs. C. A. Smith 1001 English Street. The lesson will be the 13th chapter of John. Mrs. Of. C. Holden is the class teacher. A a i in it Reserve corps held a meeting the freshman and Sophomore club of the girl reserves held an interesting meeting yesterday afternoon at the y. W. C. A. The president Lena Grissom presided and the opening song was a follow the the devotional Given by the club was followed by the Roll Call and the minutes read by the Secretary. Elva Grissom club treasurer gave her report. A delightful piano Solo a the Waters of the Yosemite was played by Iris Welborn. Mrs. Moitre from one of the local Beauty shops spoke on following a song. Miss Lena Straw Bridge girl Reserve Secretary delighted the girls with a Reading. A # about people miss Mattie Hays will return today to her Home in Henderson after a visit to or. And mrs. D. A. Neese on Mont leu Avenue. A a a miss Artie Foust has returned to her Home in Spray after spending the w Eek end with miss Eva Teague at her Home 600 Wise Street. Mrs. W. G. Shipman and mrs. Lamar Mccallum will leave thursday for a visit to Florida. A mrs. Carter Dalton and Little son Frank Are spending the Day in Greensboro. A or. And mrs. C. J. Blades of Laurel. Del., left this morning for new Orleans after a visit to or. Blades Niece mrs. Roy Spearman in the Monroe apartment. Acts of god Are not held As Legal excuse Washington Jan. 26.�?�?oacts of god should not be permitted to interfere with the business of the government comptroller general Mccarl has ruled in two breach of contract suits. Droughts in Texas and wind and rain in Oregon were the a facts of god not recognized As Legal excuses. H. L. Roberts and company of Texas with a contract to provide Hay for army mules could have found other Hay in districts not affected by the drought the comptroller general rules in one Case. In the other declared the Pacific machine and Blacksmith company near fort Stevens. Ore., should have known that treacherous weather condition might arise to delay its work on a steel tank and therefore should have diligently prosecuted the work a in anticipation of the very contingency that happened a Man claims habit be bought openly judge Macrae says if such be Trine action should be taken immediately a declaration that habit forming drugs could be purchased in any drug store without a doctors prescription was made in municipal court yesterday morning by John Nolls who was on trial for the second time within the past week charged with being drunk. The defendant when tried last Friday told judge Macrae that he was not drunk but was under the influence of drugs. He explained that he was a constant user of drugs Aud was making an Effort to discontinue the use of such Poson stuff. So he was released on conditions that. He pay the Cost of the court and continue his efforts to get Back to Normal. When Nolls appeared in court yesterday morning on a drunk charge judge Macrae was somewhat lost As to just what action would be Best for him to take. He was told by the accused that the drug could be purchased in any j drug store w without a doctor s pre a sorption and the temptation was so great he was having untold difficulty in discontinuing its use. The drug that he uses according to his own statement is a drug known As Verona. It can be Pur i chased at any leading drug store without a doctors prescription hut donors say it is not habit forming. The defendant however contends that Verona is the Only drug he has Ever used. Doctors say it is a drug with sleeping effects. Two or three local physicians said this morning that it might be possible for a person to use such a Large amount of the Medicine that it would became a habit and would develop into something serious. 3 months in Hospital the defendant testified that Bel had spent three months last summer in the state Hospital at Raleigh in an Effort to get cured but1 conditions at the Hospital were i such he had rather be in jail a Hun dred times to one than in the Hoe-1 Pital. He insinuated that conditions i at the Hospital were deplorable at the dime he was there. He said since leaving that institution he had put Forth every Effort to com Bat. The drug habit but had made j his fight in vain. Is hard worker a witness wag introduced who told judge Macrae that the accused was a hard working Man when not under the influence of the drug and that he knew the Man was making a Strong fight against the use of the drug. Judge Macrae stated that he had made an investigation himself and found the Man to be a hard worker when not un-1 Der the influence of the dope. Should to investigated a it seems to me a said judge Macrae a that if this stuff is habit forming and this Man says it is there should be some Steps taken to prohibit its Sale openly in the drug stores. I have not investigated that Side of the Case but expect to do so the first time the defendant was tried he was arrested on a train i Here at the request of members of the trains Crew. The police officer making the arrest testified the Man. Did pot appear to be drunk at the i time but did appear to be under the influence of some drug. Judge Macrae said the matter was one Worth an investigation by i the proper authorities and if found to be As the defendant had stated immediate Steps should be taken to prohibit its Sale openly in Acy drug store Macdonald Smith is making clean sweep Vul lit a my Vav a a a it a a by Mea set vast. My people Here open i f Liberal donations Marie to unfortunates in care of volunteers of America a Rookie writes by Frayne Mac Millan Jefferson barriers to Augest 19, 1916 Dere Sis i no that Yub All will be prised High Point people opened wide their hearts and purses saturday to help the destitute women with children and other unfortunates now in care of the volunteers of America by contributing the bum of $69.12 to the worthy cause. Officers and those connected with the drive her saturday expressed their appreciation for such a Liberal donation. A statement issued by the organizations represent Ive says a to the City officials the newspaper the merchants who furnished the incentives for the children s efforts As Well As to mrs. John peacocks capable leadership full credit should be Givan neither must the Public a generosity in patronizing Tho Youthful workers to omitted. A from Early in the morning until late that night each of the girls and boys played the merry game of a a competitions for the various prizes and movie tickets. At the close of the a a contest it was found that Sarah Jarrett bad won first prize halving collected $19 64. The second prize was won by Rose a Askew who had collected a total of $15.63. E. Huff was next in line with $3.92, fourth fifth and sixth prizes were won by Virginia Hoskins Elizabeth Turney and Charlotte Hubbard. The other children workers were Given movie tickets for their splendid efforts. Jackson a dance was a immoral and objectionable a senator Kearney Only woman member of the Mississippi Senate. Objected to a Resolution thanking the management of a local theatre for a show Given the Law makers. The other senators however did not see it that Way and adopted the Resolution. To Beer Frum me an to no Bare i am at. The Plase whare i am at is a army Sta shun whare they Send new Fellers to the army to Lern w it they want them to Leru. A Corse Yuh no by i run away Frum Home it Wiz be Coz a Paw. He Wax to Doggone hard on me. Of i Didun do the rite thing All the time he us lambast me. Lots us times h hit me Wen i Didun need hitting. That wed Maik me mad. So i ruined away now i am in the army Fer 3 yrs. I like it be Coz it is the Calvery. The Valvery is the army whare they Hev houses. Yuh no i like houses. Do Luh member i uster ride Ole Jeff round the farm Wen i git Back Frum the army i got no Hoss yet but i will git Wun Wen i git Back from the army i Reglar army is an whare they Are Goin to Send me. Say Sis Wiz Paw mad Wen he found out i run away Doggone him i Hope he Wiz. Be wont never get no Cha oct to hit me no More Coz Wen i git Back fro the army i will be my own Bossen he cant hit me. I am sort Fer Yuh an maw but Sis Yuh no i cadent stand for Paw whup pin me All the time now cud i i ast. Yuh Sis like a Brumber. Cud i Yuh can Anser me Wen Yuh rite. I am Goin to say Goodby now. Will rite an Tell More about the army next. Time. Lur to Yuh an maw and Tell Paw i am still mad. Yure Luln Bruther Mac is whose feeding the houses an Milkin the cows now film Rex beaches a a winds of chances for first National he set about getting As Many real alaskan characters As possible to play bits in the picture. In his gambling scenes he was extraordinarily successful with the result that seven of the most celebrated gambling Hall men id the Artic Are seen in the action transpiring in Miller i amp bests Saloon a sequence of the picture. Scott Turner better known As a a Cherokee kid a acted As a gambling expert during the filming of a winds of Chance a and among the former alaskan gamblers he brought to Lloyd a cast were Jack Petty Frank Barlow Mike cos grave Charlie Lee Harry Grayson and George Griffin. A a winds of chances will be first nationals offering at the american theatre next thursday Friday and saturday. Featured in the cast Are Anna q. Nilsson Ben Lyon Viola Dana and Victor Mclaglen. A keeper of bees1 on at the american now nothing in recent years has so held the attention and intrigued the imagination As the screen version of a the keeper of the bees a Gene Stratton Porter s famous novel which appeared in Mccall a Magazine recently Aud which reaches the Silver Sheet by Way of the skilful direction of Leo Meehan son in Law of the noted novelist. A the keeper of the bees is now shoeing at the american theater and in addition to other High spots of interest it contains in the cast mrs. Porter s grand daughter Gene Stratton Monroe who was the original of the a Little scout character. It is thorough entertainment throughout and an excellent cast supports the a Little a Cherokee kids i now playing movies Quot where have the gamblers who made fortunes Over night and lost them As quickly gone where Are the Faro dealers and steel eyed poker players who did their share to make alaskan gambling Halls world famous and subject for writers and artists during the Gold Rush Days they re in the movies now when Frank Lloyd decided to Bonnie Betty Beauty shop Over Wool Worth a marvelling facials. Shampooing Scalp treatments manicuring. Hair dyeing and cutting. Nestle Lanoil permanent waving expert operators phone 2092 1 i i a it i a most festive air is about this store the new Spring style notes Are in. As they Are being unwrapped they reveal loveliness that you be never seen before. In unusual Ness of materials in Lustrous Collis in gorgeous furs they Excel. Spring Coats a Rose buds dresses hats at moderate prices it augurs Well for the woman who wishes to spend less and have Nore. We provide both these extremes. Dallas tex., Jan. 26�? a a Macdonald Smith of new York concluded a Golf Conquest into i Texas by winning the Dallas open tournament and the $800 grit prize yesterday shooting the waterlogged course in 298, for 72 holes of play. Last week Smith won the $1,500 first prize in the Texas open at san Antonio. Second place went to Abe Espinosa san Francisco three i strokes behind Smith. Bobby Cruickshank Chicago hauled up in Espinosa s Wake with 303 to win the Hoo third prize while Joe Kirkwood Australia and Willie Hunter los Angeles were tied with next Best 305. Mehlhorn and Cruickshank in the same three some yesterday to All intents had buried the Hatchet raised at the san Antonio tournament when a wild Bill Vas accused of a Graz zing Cruickshank while the latter was making a critical shot. Smiths tournament Victory hinged on the shot and Cruick Shank later refused to speak to Mehlhorn. But yesterday both apparently had forgotten the affair. New kid goves new bags Moffitt 21/ h main St. You Are invited to the visitor to the furniture exposition we extend a cordial invitation to visit our store. Cecily a store opposite Wachovia Bank phone Soo or. Furniture Man sharing creams razors lotions tooth paste tooth brushes a everything for the Man who forgot and left something Home Mann drug co. 3164�?phones�?42196 drugs with a reputation announcement or. H. E. Schafer of Winston Salem n. C. Chiropodists foot specialist will be in High Point on tuesdays of each week. Leave a postmen to at red Bell she store. Phone 2151 or phone 478�? Winston Salem. Har s. Plumas is very Patti Cular about fat Vang her orders carried out fully a Howich this Hilda Olsen her maid tries her Best to do As she is told a pm a Wavier. It of Quality is something that one can determine upon Only after the acid test of trial. The hundreds of satisfied customers we Are now serving is one Way you can Tell if we deliver Quality Coal phone us today. Prices right w. A. Davis ice and Coal phone a a departure fro the com it Mon place Stephen c. Clark Developer % Ato Only a few left we have Only a few Winter Coats left. These Are desirable styles and colors. We will close them out to keep from carrying them Over at one half Price some very Good bargains in children a sweaters May he had Here at one half Price Beavans the ladies Quot store a the Hoosier the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet saves you Many unnecessary Steps. It eliminate entirely the drug or of the Kitchen. Come in and let us demonstrate Bow aft Lumble it is is Kitchen old Kester furniture co. 104 n. Main phone 2788 a a a a i there is no need for being without a car. We g have some great bargains in re conditioned Fords Elwood service station South main St. Extension phone 1412 wrecker service

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