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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 5, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise thursday november 5. 1925 Page tak Heel scenes in feature Book Mountain views appear in the october Issue of Motorist Magazine Chimney Rock nov. 4.the North Carolina Mountain Highway system is mentioned in a feature article illustrated by pictures of Asheville Chimney Rock big smokes Tennessee Gorge Lake lure and other Western North Carolina scenes appear in the october Issue of the Buffalo n. A Motorist Magazine. In a four Page article Gettysburg Susquehanna River Bridge Clarks ferry pa., Shenandoah Valley and other Points along the route of the appalachian Scenic Highway Are shown. This route was traversed by writers for the Buffalo Motorist Magazine a month ago and the current Issue a contains their impression supplemented by photographs of scenery said to be unequalled upon any other North and South route Between Canada and the Gulf of Mexico. This is the route logged last summer by officials of the american automobile association. This offi rial approval Lias caused numerous newspaper and Magazine writers to try out the route and in turn describe it to their readers in special articles. In the same City Buffalo the sunday times in a recent Issue printed rotogravure illustrations of a strengthening invigorating tonic for women amp children Grove s to Stooss chill tonic 60c. Some wonderful scenes in Ester North Carolina including devils head and the Hickory nut Gorge in glorious autumnal seting. E. Staples a special writer spent some time in Asheville at the Kenilworth inn gathering data and photos. The Cincinnati times Star recently devoted a Page to an illustrated descriptive article of Western North Carolina following a trip under Scort of Harvey Holleman to a Tom he had been referred by a Mutual newspaper Friend. Carolina subject of study in other land Raleigh nov. 3.�? apr for of the science museum South Kensington London the North Carolina department of agriculture received a request for publications on North Carolina to be placed in the permanent records of its Library. The director writing to the department stated hat he had been requested by the museums Board of education to ask for these publications. A the science Library a said the writer a a is the National reference Library and forms a port of the science museum. A the new books received Are exhibited for inspection on the counters in the Reading room for about six months a this it was pointed out Means that information about North Carolina sent in response to the letter will be available to All who visit the Library. The department has received another letter which indicates that the schools of Hurley new Mexico Are making a study of North Carolina. The writer of this letter was Maxine Foushee who said a please Send me some information of the agriculture of your state. We wish to use it in our geography last showing tonight of mad dancer Here rebuild ancient e classic ruins rehabilitated for new film \ version of a quo Vadis a done to delay ordering your Coal another Day place your order now and get Quick service on it and be prepared for the cold wave that is coining our Way. W. A. Davis ice and Coal f phone 2141 a the mad dancer will be featured at the new theatre opposite Sheraton for the last time tonight. Ann Pennington of the Ziegfeld follies takes the leading role and the picture represents the Art life in Paris and society life in Washington. There will also be seen tonight a new Fox news giving the news of the world in pictures. This special reel shown exclusively at the new theatre hag Many admirers. Many people look for the coming of the Fox news As they would their newspapers. Tomorrow the eighth episode of a play balls will he seen along with a super Speed a a Type of picture made famous by the late Wallace Reid in which the action enters around an automobile race however considerable melodrama including a typical villain and a lot of stunt stuff on the part of the Star Are seen. There is a pleasing Little Romance running through this picture. Tho Story moves Forward at a Good Pace with plenty of action and altogether a super Speed is a picture with plenty of a a snap that furnishes pleasing and amusing entertainment. Mildred Harris formerly mrs. Charlie Chaplin and Sheldon Lewis Are among the Well selected cast Mien spots in the life of Little Stan Lei the great explore a super Speed will be seen for one Day Only Friday. However a play balls will be shown both Friday and saturday giving All a Chance to View next to the last thrilling chapter of this popular serial. Local boys will go to older boys meet Oscar Lee and Ernest Bailey have been elected to represent the Ray Street school at the older boys conference which is to Convene in Charlotte november 6, 7, and 8. This will be the 7th annual conference of the older boys and is to be conducted under the auspices of the state y. A. It is to be the conference for the Central District of North Carolina. Robert Samet and Ernest Barbee have been chosen As alternate delegates to serve in Case the delegates Are unable to attend the conference. Friend is jailed Clark jelled wife of dead Man admits the existence of an elopement fund Stroupe Delbert Shipman w. Scott Harry Smith Alf Sams Luther Townsend and Nelse Waldrop. Governor of Louisiana would Welcome Cal the engagement of first nationals new and Gigantic production of a quo Vadis at the american has directed renewed attention to its famous author. Henry Sienkiewicz pronounced Stenkavich died in 1916 while in his eighties. Born in Russia and a resident of Warsaw throughout his life he was world famed As a writer of historical romances. Despite his Industry with his pen. However he did not live the life of a literary Recluse. For Many years it was his custom to spend the Summers in the Carpathian mountains on an estate of 300 acres presented to him by the polish people in 1902 on the Twenty fifth anniversary of his Entrance into literature. At one time he travelled frequently to Paris and Down to the shores of the Adriatic hut in the latter years of his declining health he was Content with an occasional trip to Cracow the ancient capital of Poland. Wherever he travelled he was immediately recognized a Stockill built Man with grading hair and serious but kindly face and the people always treated him with profound respect and admiration. In 1877 he joined Modjeska a famous Colony of expatriated artists in California briefly but this Experiment did not succeed and so he returned Home to publish a series of papers which embodied his impressions of America. Of All his works a quo Vadis is the most widely known and the new plot urination is said to follow Quot the novel faithfully in its most i minute detail. Syrian situation is still very grave London. Nov. 5,�? apr the situation in Syria still is tense and apparently fraught with grave possibilities. Reports reaching London assert there has been renewed fighting in the Eastern outskirts of Damascus Between the French and rebels and that the French Are using All efforts to prevent the entry into the City of tribesmen on the outside. Barricades including wire entanglements have been erected in the streets of Damascus by the French who Are declared to in Short of troops and Are enrolling kurd and other natives to Aid them. To the North of daa sous it is reported that 40,000 rebels have concentrated and from various sections come advices that the situation is growing worse. The entire area from Damascus northward to Aleppo is declared to be held by brigands and horns is said to be Seething with insurrection. A a uncontrollable rebellion a says one correspondent a seems to he sweeping Over the entire country. The French forces cannot possibly Cope with the situation owing to inadequate numbers. No improvement seems possible until reinforcements arrive. Defences of Damascus could not resist a Strong organized attack a Vandergrift a. Boy. Map a two armed Mea a1 noon yesterday held up Wai Walthour. Messenger of the Der rift savings and Trust col Pany and took a Satchel said contain $75,000, Walthour repo de to police Here. Eyes examined classes fitted or. Nat Walker optometrist Over phone Hart drug co. Next to Post office 2901 or. S. S. Coe announces the removal of his office from the commercial Bank building to die second floor of the Stan to a Wel h building North main Street what to do for headache nervous headache can usually be relieved within a few minutes by taking Stanback headache powders a druggists formula composed of harmless ingredients. Stanback will not depress the heart. It leaves no a a Dopey feeling. Insist upon Stanback in the Blue and Buff package done to accept a substitute. Stanback at All drat Plu. Us and 25 Enterprise want ads bring Quick results Newark n. J., nov. 5.�? apr William j. Clark s Best Friend is in jail at Hillside n. J., on suspicion of murdering him with a Hammer and Clarks pretty Young widow has admitted police said that she and the Friend has a $2,000 elopement fund on Deposit in a Newark savings Bank Clark a Gold beater employed by jewellers died Early yesterday after being beaten on the head at his garage with a Stone Manson a Hammer. A few hours before the attack according to mrs. Clarks signed statement As Given out by police she had promised the Friend an unemployed handsome Young Iron worker named Joseph h. Cowen to follow him next week to Florida. A a he begged me to run away with him a police say mrs. Clark told them a but i refused More than once. He was at the garage Back of the House working on his car until about 5 p. Rn., monday and begged me to go to Miami with him that night. More to Stop his nagging than anything else i half Way promised to follow him next she said according to Hillside police that Cowen had Given her $500 of the $2,000. A a i did give her Money a Cowen is quoted As saying a but it was Only to save for me. I was Only a Friend of the Cowen was arrested four years ago charged with abandoning his wife and 4-year-old daughter and is under Bond to give them $8 a week. Of Are to. Eos trial charged with storming jail More than thirty men will be tried Baton Rouge. La., nov. 5.�? apr president Coolidge a a will find the Latch string hanging outside the door a whenever it is his pleasure to visit Louisiana governor Henry l. Fuqua told the president in a Telegram inviting him to visit the state. In his Telegram governor Fuqua told the chief executive of the United states the Board of control of the Louisiana state University would extend the president an invitation to be presenter the dedication of the greater University in april. Governor Fuquay a Telegram to the president was the result of press dispatches indicating that the president might visit the state during the Winter and assured him a Royal Welcome in the Pelican state any time. Unusual suburban Home site on Kivett Concrete Road 50 feet frontage. 700 feet deep almost an acres abundantly wooded $150 Down buys this Beautiful site balance $10 per month for 3 6 months location fast developing into a Village no Street assessment buy now and make $500 Henry a. White realtor 242 North Wrenn Street phone 2039 Broadway today and tomorrow a it Ota Noma of might cd Paramount future poles arc and Beauty insulted americans most colourful author to write this great Story notice of service publication by Asheville. Nov. 5.�? apr thirty two men Are expected to go on trial Here next week in the special term of Buncombe county Superior court Over which judge a. M. Stack is presiding charged with participation in a riot and mob violence. The charges grew Quot out of the storming of the Buncombe county jail by a mob on september 19. The jail was stormed in an Effort to secure Alvin Mansel. Negro jailed on a charge of an. Attack upon a White woman. The officers spirited the prisoner away eluding the members of the mob. In addition to the 32 who will go on trial next week True Bills have been returned against others not yet apprehended. Because these tue thai persons have not yet been arrested their names have not been made Public. Most of the parties participating in the disorder however have been apprehended solicitor j. E. Swain states. The cases have been set by the solicitor for trial monday november 9 this however is subject to change by judge stack. The names of those expected to go on trial at that time As furnished by the solicitors office follow j. A. Ball Herman Banks Jeter Bell Lawrence grease Man. Eugene Cole John Evans Fred fore. Swan Friffin Frank Gasperson Oss Hudgins Cap Hagan Chas. Hensley. Robert Holcombe John Jarvis. Bill Jenkins Herschel King Elmer Luther Lawrence Lyda Delbert Martindale Geo. Merrek Charley Penland Paul Pegram. Jim Redman Fred Swink Carl Swink Sam state of North Carolina county of Guilford in the Superior court. Cummings and e. O. Cummings is. T. G. Cummings and wife mrs. Edna Cummings Carey v. Cummings and Evelyn Cummings. The defendant mrs. Edna Cummings will take notice that a special proceeding entitled As above has been commenced in the Superior court of Guilford county North Carolina for the purpose of having a partition in kind of certain real estate in w hich said defendant has or claims an interest said real estate being described As follows a beginning at g. S. Goulden 3 Southeast Corner and running along his line North about eighty nine 89 feet to a Stone thence South about eighty seven feet to Lindsay Street to a Stone thence East along Lindsay Street to the beginning fifty two a beginning at a stake or Stone on Russell Street being the Southeast Corner of lot no. 6, running thence North seven and one half degrees West one Hundred and eleven feet to a Stone on West Side of an Alley thence West seven and one half degrees South two Hundred feet to a Stone on Willowbrook Street thence South seven and one half degrees East one Hundred and i eleven feet to a Stone on Russell j Street thence East seven and one half degrees North two Hundred j feet to the beginning containing j 22,200 Square feet More or less. I the above described tract or parcel of land was conveyed to. I v. Cummings by Samuel g. Newlin and others by deed dated oct. 12th. 1898. Duly recorded in office of Register of deeds for Guilford county n. C., in Book no. 150, j Page no. 5 20, second tract adjoins w. R. Shields. Mrs fruit and others a beginning at the Corner of Russell and Willowbrook streets running thence South with Willowbrook Street two Hundred feet to a stake. Mrs. James fruits Corner thence East with fruits line seventy five feet to a stake w. R. Shields Corner thence North with the line of w. R. Shields two Hundred feet to a stake w. R. Shields Corner on South Side of said Russell Street thence West with said Russell Street seventy five feet to the beginning containing one fourth acre More or the said defendant mrs. Edna Cummings will also take notice that she is required to appear and answer or demur to the petition in said special proceeding in the office of the clerk of Superior court of Guilford county in Greensboro. North Carolina on the 7th Day of december. 1925, or the Relief prayed for in the petition will be granted. j american h today Friday and saturday = 20,000 in cast Vadis even Rome revolts la a a a the new Gigantic production with Emil Jannings this 1925. The 4th Day of november m. W. Gant clerk of Superior court of Guilford county. 11-5-12-19-25 a gripping drama taken from the novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz Ami prod in exact i a la ical spots by i Nione t in Inatomi Alk a iia Ilana ant presented by , inc. <1 in Home on the Hirst National pie school school children and teachers. Music by orchestra time of show j to 7 00, 9 00 25c nit

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