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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 26, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise tuesday january 26, 1926 Page 7construction of worlds largest la i j r m Iii contribute to auge jilt a feel satisfied they will be Well repaid work on the world s largest j for High Point through the e to i tion of such an unique building i Wity fully repay those who have contributed toward its construct tion. I it was found to be impractical to erect this building with Volunteer i labor Aud it has been necessary to i employ labor to do a great part of the work. That officials of the chamber explained requires quite an output of Cash Money. It was also announced that some additional funds were needed with which to meet the payrolls and Contribu-1 dons from citizens will be accepted with pleasure. The Only refund the contributor is assured is a certain amount of advertising that will result. A list of names of the various subscribe Bureau Here is progressing nicely �?~5rs be kept posted in a prom and within another week or so people will be Able to Tell Oniest Hing about How Tho new Bureau will look when finished. R. In. Stew Art amp son contractors said everything was progressing nicely. Herbert b. Hunter Drew the plans. The strange building in the shape of a huge bureaus will be occupied by the chamber of Commerce. The chamber will then be More accessible to tourist passing through the City. The new building is located on two National highways. Chamber of Commerce will have offices on the ground floor. Officials of the chamber of Commerce yesterday said Many appreciated donations had been received toward the financing of the new project. They also expressed their a Lief that the publicity obtained intent place inside the world s largest Bureau. Those contributing of course will experience the satisfaction of having done something for the Benefit of his City in a civic Way. The following list of organizations and individuals have contributed to the building program Herbert k. Hunter. R. K. Stew Art amp son Marietta paint amp color co., High Point builders Supply co., x. C. Public service co., c. C. Muse Mccrary sign co., Welborn Supply co., conduit electric co., c. W. Buchanan Woodall amp Woodall Crescent lumber co., Trogdon lumber co., Britt electric co., Farlow insurance amp realty co., Union Frame co. Knox upholstery co., giant furniture co., i. Lee Meredith a. Amp p. Stores. Or. W. L. Jackson. J a. Holmes lumber co. La. L. Brinston s. O. Peebles. Sun a Shine Damp laundry amp co., Blair s i Dairy farm Piggy wiggly stores Merit shoe co., or. F. C. Sharpe or. J. T. Burrus. A. A. Oliver Harris poster advertising co., f. J. Flagler e. I. Dupont de Nemours amp co., Alderman photo co., High Point buggy co., roster furniture co., w. C. Beavans. J. Allen Austin a. E. Taplin Superior veneer co., s. C. Vuncannon Hermann belie amp co., Bryant electric co., Gustav Jensen Philadelphia belting co., Peerless flooring co., w. Wood White. S. C. Clark sanitary engineering go j. H. Muckenfuss. Snow lumber co., w. E. Linthicum amp son r. E. Andrews r. L. Deal w. D. Simmons Ideal heating co., Standard plumbing co., Dennis h. Hall Knowland amp co. Bailey plumbing co., Petty Coal co., e. T. Hedrick amp sons High Point hardware co. The Bassuck co. Fred g. Barbee. Tomlinson chair mfg. Co., Carolina Homes s pharmacy Baylor a inc., Efird s dept. Store j. Re Burton e. T. Stille amp co., Cecily a drug store Wilson motor co., Princess cafe or. W. J. Mcanally Elwood hotel or. Owen Smith Beeson hardware co., High Point furniture co. The Continental furniture co. Kearns furniture co., d. R. Parker Carolina casket co barbed Hall printing co., Mcewen lumber co., n. L. Garner f. H. Ford. You certainly can t keep your hands in your pockets when you have a wife on close for year of 1925filing returns delayed pending action on Bill now in the Senate Gilliam Grissom of the u. S. Internal Revenue Bureau Raleigh explaining requirements As to the necessity of making certain info j mation says a heretofore taxpayers have been urged to file their income tax re j turns Early. The filing of returns j this year is delayed pending Tho enactment of the new Revenue act now before the Senate which As it passed the House contains changes in regard to rates and other Fea Tures. However there is nothing to prevent a taxpayer at this time from closing his books and comp j Ting his net income. Such computations will not be affected by any provisions of the new act. The actual preparation of the return itself after the computation requires. In a majority of cases but a few minutes. Therefore it is advised that All figures and data be assembled pending receipt of Blanks j by taxpayer. When released Blanks will be sent to taxpayers and j also May be obtained at the office of the to. S. Collector at Raleigh North Carolina. Quot forms 1099 and 1096 used for making information returns also partnership returns form 1065, Are now available at the office of the u. S. Collector of internal Revenue and Branch offices. Such returns Are required of persons a in whatever capacity acting who j made to a single person during to j year 1925 a payment of $1,000 or More or to a married person a payment of $2,500 or More. Such payments include salaries rent interest a or other fixed or determinable gains profits and a while no extensions May be granted for filing information be turns you May make application before the filing Date of March 15, direct to the u. S. Collector at Raleigh North Carolina for an Extension to file income tax returns provided you give Good and sufficient reasons for such few fogs in London Blind men feel lost London Jan. 26.�? apr Blind men who act As guides to pedestrians when dense fogs Settle Over London have been complaining because of Lack of a a business due to this Winter s weather which has been exceptionally Clear and cold. Thousands of persons frequently become lost in the fogs even within a Block or so of their Homes or offices. It is on such occasions that the Blind men. Who find their Way by a a feel and instinct take up their i stands at prominent Corners Aud offer their services As guides. It has been estimated that a real fog Here entails a loss of approximately 350,000 pounds to business in less than 24 hours. Dies in fire. Baltimore. Jan. 26�?tap a Robert m. Ramsey president of i the Ramsey Scarlett company. I steamship agents lost his life in a fire of undetermined origin which virtually destroyed his Home in to j land Park a suburb sunday night. Ramsey who was 65 years old founded the Robert Ramsay company of Baltimore agents of the Johnston ltd., and of the Donaldson line recently this firm was succeeded by the Ramsay Scarlett company. Held on Bond. Charlotte. Jan. 26.�? a a Knox Brown 16, arrested several i Days ago on a charge of Miscone duct with a minor was held for a i higher court by magistrate c. A. I Mangum after a hearing in Tural j police court. Hoc fat fat should be hot enough to Brown a piece of bread in 20 seconds before potatoes should be put in for French frying. Why seek further your Good taste will approve every particular in connection with our display of living room dining room bed room suites you la thoroughly enjoy the Pride of ownership of one of these suites. All suites Are beautifully constructed in All the popular Woods and finishes and they Are really very handsome. Come in and let us show you through our displays. Rose furniture co. End of English Street car line phone to 112 Rathe biggest leased wire system in the world what the associated press is All told there Are More than 110,000 Miles of wire in this great system. It operates Day and night 365 Days each year and gives to the american people an interchange of news events and new ideas far Superior to that possessed by any other people. No Nook nor cranny of the Globe is outside the Field of this organization. It has 1200 member newspapers each of which cooperates to see that the others Are Given news of the worthwhile happenings in its Vicinity. These efforts Are supplemented by the bureaus of the association itself. There Are seventy such stations in this country Ana each of the capitals of Europe is the seat of another. At Pekin and Tokyo in the far East at Manila and Honolulu in the Pacific possessions of the United states in Mexico City Havana the chief cities of Central America and South America throughout the colonies of empires and in the islands of the seven seas Are men charged to watch for news happenings and Rush accounts of them by wire Cable radio or what other Means May be available to the nearest Bureau of the associated press. News news and More news pours into and out of the collecting and distributing stations of this system. And All of this is done without a taint of commercialism Bias partisanship or selfish interest. The associated press is not a Money making institution. It has no capital Stock declares no dividends and does not sell its output. The expense is met by weekly assessments against the members proportioned to the size of the report which goes to them. The extent of the territory which they serve and the Cost of moving the news Over the wires. The membership is made up of various political economic and religious advocacy is. It is a natural result of this condition that anything which the associated press handles on controversial subjects is Lian led with As much impartiality As human thought can Engineer. Facts Are told for their own Worth. No editorial comment of expression or other interpretative phrases Are injected into any news Story and the Reader of the daily newspaper is so far As the associated press is concerned left to form his own conclusions on the Worth or significance of what he has read in the news columns under the Label a by the a. is leased Telegraph une5 corrected to october i St 1525. Legend Domm a my pm it o Pur Caus to. Tit a ims to wlm a comfy Cooms. Tvs Nino Mirets or mourn Hutu Sra re a mob or or a Oft to snorts 1124 tinae or automatic no rats use ass a swat surf wow Auh same a Attu Tchou a i i a a to nun Tai Wuu a. 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