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REVIEW ws .iM-wr than the II , . H cup- w slogan. Keep your money in High Point; trade with High Point merchants; buy every thing you can in High Point at all times; otvandth. suburb V that's the foundation tor a Greater High Point Vol. 5 ' Hiqb Point, N. C, Saturday, Oft. 22, 1910 No. 17 The Review is read and appreciated by that large body of people who buy four-fifths of the goods sold in High Point the laboring peopk 144 THE IT WILL BE PUBLISHED Standing of the Contestants in The Review's Big Contest On account of the absence of W. L Stanley, editor, it will be impossi ble to render a statement of the number cf votes to the credit of t U'!i contestant today, our contest manager having been on double duty this week. We will prepare the statement and publish a stand ing of each contestant on Friday 21, in our issue of October 29th. Now get this straight. On October 29th you will know how you all stood at 6 p. m, October 21. We regret very much to disappoint you, but we feel sure you understand our position. MRS. S. M. FARABEE HAS PASSED AWAY Mrs S. M. Farabee died Thursday morning at 2;30 o'clock,at her home on North Main street. Her death was caused by a stroke of paralysis. She was 76 years of age and had scores of friends that today are sad on account of her unexpected de mise. Mrs. Farabee enjoyed rea sonably good health for a lady of her age. She is survived only by her sister, Mrs. Sam English, of Trinity. The funeral service took place at her home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, being conducted by Rev J. E. Thompson, of Washington Street M. E. Church, of which she was a member! The Future Can told (?) Be Seek and Ye Shall Find the New Subscribers Which Will Bring Peace, Power and Happiness Unto You. "ARISE, THROW OFF THY SHACKLES" Exchange Doubt for Confidence and Become Master of Your Own Destiny in The Review's Big Contest. DEATH OF J. E. L. ARMFIELD Mr. J. E. L Armfield died at St. Luke's Hospital in Fayettev.lle Sunday morning. He had been op erated upon for acute apendicitis on Thursday night and the operation was successful The cause of his death was due to Bright's disease. Mr. Armfield was president of Arm held & Company s grocery house of ihis city. SOMETHING FOR HIGH DEATH OF TOM HARRIS Mrs. Tom Harris received a mess age Monday telling of the death of husband who had died in Hot Springs, Ark., where he had been for some time being treated for rheumatism. Mr. Harris resided at one time in High Point and has a host of friends here who will be grieved to hear of his death. "A HAT! A HAT! MY KINGDOM FOR A HAT" ' Well, come join The Review con test and win the fine $5.00 hat Miss Venetia Smith is offering. DR. 7. C JONES VETERINARY IBVS1CIAN AND SURGEON. V V 110 Jordan St. HIGH POINT. NX .PHONE (north state) 23 Stanley Company SPEC1A INVITATION Fvervbody invi tori to call and see our new coats pftrtt suits, sweat ers. dress good and silks. See th anirswe are sell ing for $14.75 and $20.00 Thev are wort Bte line o aumatarc for 12 Aiaa misses anal uivo, childrens. Uonard-Beavans! Stamey It was a red letter day for the people of High Point and Surround ing country when The Review was launched into the sea of activity. A little over two years ago, The Review made its first appearance. By many it was looked upon as an experiment. It has long since past the experimental stage and is now a strong eight-page paper issued every Friday afternoon, and counts its friends by the scores. Contes tants, avail yourself of the grand opportunity The Review is offering you. Wake-up! Ginger-up! Stir about ! and cover your territory sys tematically, There is scarcely a home in Guilford county but is anx ious to subscribe for The Review, for The Review is the people's pa peT, in fact it is of the people. It will stand each of you in hand to gather about you ' such friends as you know you con count upon. Form them into a battallion, bound by the love and esteem they have for you, and charge the enemy, never allowing him to pass until you have secured the much wanted subscrip tion. Elsewhere you will find the announcement of the result ot tne race that closed Thursday at five p. m., for Leonard-Beavans-Stamey Company's prize, a handsome kimo na, also $2.50 in gold to young lady outside oT High Point. Contestants in The Review's Big Popularity Contest High Point Mrs. A. G. Dixon Miss Ruby Bencini, " Lillie Rochelle, " Juanita Hammer, " Myrtle Teague " Effie Stout " Mary Denson " lone Brown, " IrisClinard, " Louise Kraber, " Edna Corum " Clyde Wilson, " Iris Council, " Mabel Farrell, " Hattie Gray, The Philatheas, Trinity, R. F. D. Miss Florence Welborn, " Lula Harris, Thomasville Miss Ruth Milliner, " Marguerite Moffitt " Annie Thomas, Archdale Miss Eva Wheeler, " Etta White, Jamestown Miss Futrell, Fannie Lowe, ' Florence Richardson, Randleman Miss Myrtle Pugh, 'Dora Farlow, DONT FORGET THE $5.00 The above sum in gold will be paid to the one who nominates the winner of the first prize in The Re view's big contest. Fill out nomina tion blank elsewhere and send in at once with the name of the one who you think will win the prize. Don't forget to date your guess. NEW POINT On the evening of October 19th, at the Amos Furniture Company's store, the GuilforM Concert Band was organized. This splendid organiza tion is under the directorship ofi T, r ry o . 1 l l . l rroi. r . omiin, wnicn means mar. High Point is soon to have a musi cat organization second to none in the Old North State. They have already on roll the following gen tlemen and several others will join at once. The following are the members who perfected the ogani-zation: E. F. Smith, director. , A. Eshelman G. Hege L. Amos J. Griffith Douglas Hayworth . George Lowe Thomas Free Robert Grissom E. H. Jarrett R. H. Sechrest J. V. Garrett .Music has been ordered and in a short time we will enjoy first-class band music in our city. J. J. C. J. A Terrific Hurricane in Florida The hurricane which has been sweeping over both the eastern and western coasts of Florida for the past week is abating and the dam- nAr Kyi fho nirm ia itti run. 11 idly repaired. Telephone and tele- giapu wires which were iuiu uuwu by the wind at different points have been repaired and Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and Tampa are again in communication with the world. Wireless messages from Tampa state that the property loss there is comparatively slight and that no lives were lost in the storm. At Jacksonville, the damage was con fined to the sinking of several barges ane small crafts. There is no com munication yet with the interior of Florida and it is said that it ma be several days before the telegraph lines can be restored to this section. Reports from points north give accounts of much damage done by the hurricane and all boats along the coasts are being warned. A $5.00 HAT This time 'tis Miss Venetia Smith, the popular milliner, that offers to the young lady contestant a special prize. No comment is necessary. If it comes from Miss smith s es tablishment every one knows it is up-to-date and of proper quality From her excellent and carefully se lected stock, the most fastidious find it easy to satisfy their wishes. The young lady securing the largest number of Subscriptions and votes from Monday morning 7 o'clock, October 24th, 1910, to Thursday af ternoon 5 p. November 3rd,1910, will be awarded this handsome hat, or $5.00 credit on any hat in the es tablishment by Miss Venetia Smith. Mrs. S. H. Tomlinson is visiting in Greensboro. Mrs. L. M. Dodamead visited rela tives in Asheville last week. Miss Hazel Briggs, a student of Guilford College, spent Sunday with k .,.. V. iici puieius iicre. , Dr. J. R. Reitzel accompanies! Mrs. S. 0. Schaub to Baltimore Suril day night where she enters the Johns Hopkins Hospital for treat ment. Mrs. W.G. Shipman and daughter, Elizabeth, are spending the week with relatives in Greensboro John Dyer left Tuesday morning for Louisville, Ky., where he will enter a medical college. Mrs. R. N. Mitchell, who has been visiting her brother, B. A. Best, left Tuesday for Conway, S. C. Misses Maggie and Bessie Sice loff went to Winston Tuesday to be present at the wedding of their friend which occurred Wednesday morning. Workers in The Review contest take advantage of this opportunity. Make your votes do double duty by availing yourself of Miss Venetia Smith's generous offer. The votes count both for the hat and all other regular prizes. The Misses Shaffner spent lats Sunday with their parents in Burl ington. A good many people from here are attending the Raleigh Fair this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brown of Carthage, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Otis Mendenhall. Miss Julia Ryan returned Sunday from an extended visit to relatives in Lynchburg. Miss Myrtle Shields of Reidsville, spent several days with her parents here the first of the week. Quite a number of people from here went to Winston and Salisbury rthis week to attend Ringling Bros. circus. Mrs. W, D. Armfield, with her daughter, Mrs. G. F. Duncan, left Sunday to attend the funeral of her son, J. E. L. Armfield, who died in Fayetteville Sunday. Mr. D. H. Blair, Republican nomi nee for Congress, spoke at the ware house Wednesday evening to a large audience. He made a very strong speech and seemed to be quite confident that he will be elec ed. Mrs. John Harrell is very ill at her home on Bane Avenue. Ta Image Rochelle, who is at Trin ity College, has recovered irom a a week's illness and has resumed his studies again. t Mr. J. A. Smith, of Bessemer City, visited his sister.Miss Venetia Smith, Wednesday, on his way home from the Raleigh fair. Misses Mary and Henrietta White went to Raleigh Wednesday to at tend the fair and visit their sister, Miss James Griffin. R. J. Hole, superintendent of the Public Service Co here, left Thurs day night for Galena, 111, where he goes on business for his company. He will return to High Point about the last of December. EDITOR IN BALTIMORE Mr. W. L. Stamey, editor of The Review, is in Baltimore, where he went to consult with Dr. John C. Hemmitte, the eminent stomach specialist, in connection with the Johns Hopkins University. RALLY - DAY EXERCISES AT WASHINGTON ST. M. E. CHURCH The following is the invitation and program cf Washington Street M. E. Sunday School for Sunday morning, October 23, 1810, to which the public in general is cordially in vited to attend: Rally Day in Washington Street M. E. Sunday School, Sunday morn ing, Oct. 23, 1910, 9:30 o'clock. Can we not have an "Every-Member-Present" day? Will you help? Bring a friend with you. Let us make this Rally Day the best day our class and school have known. PROGRAM. Music Orchestra Song School Sunday School Lesson School Invocation , (Pastor Song Primary School Solo Miss Bessie Pitts Address Judge N. L. Eure Quartette Messrs. Burns, Howell Shiplett Violin Solo Mr. J. A. Eshelman Offering Music by Orchestra. Song .r. School Benediction. We Put on Sale HIGH POINT TOWNSHIP CONVENTION S. S. Today - 25,000 Yards Percale Light and Dark 51 DORSETT-PEELER A wedding which is of much in terest to the people here is that of Rev. Shuford Peeler and Miss Etta Dorsett which occurred Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at the Bethany Reformed church in Davidson coun tyRev. W. H. McNairy officiating. The couple left immediately af ter the ceremony to visit points north. They will attend the meet ing of the Potomac Synod of the Reformed church at Altoona, Pa., and will also visit Washington, Bal timore and Philadelphia. They will be at home in Greensboro after No vember 1st. Rev. Peeler is pastor of the First Reformed church vin Greensboro. The bride is the daugh ter of the late Dr. Dorsett and a sister of Mrs. P. H. JohnsoB, of this city. The High Point Township School School Convention held a meeting Sunday afternoon at Deep River church. A large crowd was present and the meeting was very interesting and helpful to all who attended. Mr. A. M. Briggs, presi dent of the Convention, and H. A. Moffitt, chairman executive com mittee, made very interesting talks. J. W. Paylor, John Welborne, J. W. Clinard, A. M. Rankin and others also made short speeches. REVIVAL SERVICES AT FIRST REFORMED CHURCH Rev. W. H. Causey, of Concord, is conducting a revival at the First Reformed church. Large crowds are attending each evening and much interest is being manifested. BROOKS-WILKERSON Thursday evening at the home of the bride s sister, Mrs. Q. O. Moffitt, on Hamilton street, Miss Flora Brooks and Mr. J. A. Wilkereon were united in the holy bonds of matri mony, Rev. Ader officiating. The wedding was a quiet anair, only a few friends and relatives being pres ent. Immediately after the cere mony, the young couple left for a honeymoon south. Miss Brooks, who has been in the employe of T. J. Gold for some time is very popular with her many friends here. Mr. Wilkerson has a position with the bnow Lumber Co. LEADING MAN DROWNED Robert Barton Pahr, leading man in Thomas Dixon's famous play.The Sins of the Father, was drowned at Wrightsville Beach Sunday after noon while 8urfbathing. The young actor was a good swimmer, but ven tured out too far and was caught in a powerful undertide. Some of the young men who were with him saw him suddenly stretch his arms above his head, and immediately realized that the swimmer was in danger. They started towards him, but he was so far out that he sank several times, and when help arrived, he was unconscious and made no ef fort to get hold of his rescurers. The young men who were trying to help him were almost exhausted when they got back to shore. The body was not recovered until Thursday and when found was badly mutflat by ed sharks and crabs. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON TO SPEAK HERE Booker T Washington will speak at the warehouse here the 29th of October under the auspices of the Normal Institute. No doubt a large crowd will be out to hear the leader of the negro race. THE STATE. FAIR The state fair is being largely at tended by people from all over the state. The gates were opened Tues day morning at o o clock. At noon Gcvernor Kitchin made the opening address and the great state fair was in full blast. The fair this year is really a great one, exceeding in number and quality the exhibits of the past, and will go down in history as a record-breaker. Men and wo men who have attended the fair for years declare without hesitation that this one exceeds all of the great fairs of past years. The exhibits this yearjsurpass by far those of previous years, both in extent and general excellence, the premium list having been thoroughly revised and put on a more educational basis The fair will continue all through Saturday, and the events that were called off on Wednesday on account of rain will occur Saturday. MISS MARY DENSON WINS Fifty New Pieces JWoolen Dress Goods Diagonals Serges Basket Weaves Panamas Poplins Barathea Weaves At the Special Price i 49c New Millinery In Today The Leonard -Beavans - Sta mey Company Merchant's Prize At 5:00 p. m. Thursday, the con test for the above firm's special prize came to a close. During the last two weeks, the management has been constantly on the guess as to what the result would be. For a while Miss Jaunita Hammer was in the lead, then she took a back seat in favor of Miss Rochelle, who in turn lost her position jojfcas the clock reache'five. Es Mary Denson brought In a bunch of votes that put her in the lead by a smM majority, thus to her goes the pri3 given by this excellent nrm.a hand some kimona. We appreciate very much the earnest efforts made by the different contestants. Miss Hattie Gray has just entered the race in earnest and is showing some good running qualities. We predict that she is going to give some one a lively chase before this thing is over. The fun has just started and the best things are still xr h c. Pitta ;s inonHind .k to come. i,et s an ue on at a lively week in Baltimore and Washington, I for Mujs Venetia Srmths grand Yountf ladies ! Enter The Review contest now, and show some of these Old contestants bow easy it is to win that hat Miss Venetia Smith is offering for the young lady secur ing the lamest number of votes in our big contest during the next two morning to visit where he is visiting some prominent dental colleges. Jos. Mitteldorfer, representative of the UUman-Philpott Co., of Cleve land, Ohio, was a visitor here Thurs day. W. C. Herndon left Thursday friends and rela- weeks. tives in Durham and Roxboro. prize, a $o nar. or a crecnt ot $t on any hat in her establishment. This prize is open to all contestants in or out of High Point. Do not let the above standing confuse you. This is merely the position that these young ladies attained during the past two weeks,but does not in any way reveal their standing for the entire race up to date. The prices are VERY INVIT ING. Beautiful Trimmed - Hats at $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 New Hats for Children in today. 98c and Upwards Beautiful new Persian Rib bons, especially priced 25c, 29c, 35c ery givl e Buy your Millin from us. W the BEST and NEWEST for the LEAST Hi MOjpY. . L Furnishing Co.