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THE REVIEW, SATURDAY, OCTORER 29, 1910. Mann Drug Co 105 South Main Street Elwcod Hotel Building Come to See Us We Have It ! You Need it! Let's Do RALEIGH AND THE STATE. TRI-STATE CORN EXPOSITION. Business! Anything in the Mouse Furnishing Line Can be Found at Our Four Big Stores Many Things are Being Of fered This Month at As tonishingly Low Prices. Corr.e, See and be Convinced. Peoples House Furnishing Company TIE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE k .LIGHT RUNNING tent On December ." at Columbia Farm ers Will Make History. The fanners of North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia will have the greatest opportunity to compete for prizes for the beat corn at the South Atlantic Coin Exposition heUj in Columbia on December g thai has ever been of fered to any people south of the Mason anil Dixon line. The corn exposition management, during the past summer, has been busy gathering prizes for this event' it has been previously announced that" the aggregate value of the prizes will reach $8,000, but now the prospects seem to indicate thai it will be more than that, ami por ! haps as much as SM0.000 in money, machinery) live stock, etc., will go j lo the exhibitors of the besl corn. Espcial emphasis has been laid I upon the ten ar exhibits. Prizes are offered for the first, second, I third and fourth best ten ear ex i Inhiis of corn of anj variety for each county in lb' State. Also j similar prizes are offered for the best, ten ear exhibits in each con gressional district. Three classes will be opened lo any man or wo ! man. boy or girl, in the States who ! wishes to compete. The winners of I these classes will come together in i I lie sweepstakes classes in the Stale for the best Wn ears of single ear I variety of while corn: for the besl ten ears of prolific while corn, and for the besl ten ears of yellow rn. The exhibitor showing the besl ten ears of corn of any va : rietj will be awarded the Ameri I can agricultural cup. valued al $5,000. The winners of the ten ear I classes will come together again in the grand sweepstakes classes tor j North Carolina, smith Carolina and Georgia, and the winners of the grand sweepstakes classes will be i eligible lor the grand champion '.s for I he bel ten iit,ed from Should 8 iman, boy or girl ten ears of com from North Caro- 'olina and Georgia f his prizes in noon and cups will np- swei pslal ears ol c the Hire, Carolina exhibit I while or I ma the aggr ey, mac rn exhll States, man. Wi lie best V III my of South A Few Reasons Why It Is Best Gives relief for all Nerve, Bone and Muscle Aches and Pains more quickly than any other remedy known. Its peculiar penetrating properties are most effective NOAH'S LINIMENT. May be used with absolute confidence in its purity for Internal and External Uses. It is Triple Strength. A powerful, speedy and sure Pain Remedy, therefore most effective in producing results. Not only contains the old-fashioned ingre dients, but also the latest and up-to-date discoveries NOAH'S LINIMENT. Recommended and sold under a guarantee for the following: Rheumatism in all forms, Sciatica, Lame Back, Stiff Joints and Muscles, Sore Throat, Colds, Strains, Sprains, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Cramps, Colic, Toothache, and all Nerve, Bone and Muscle Aches and Pains. Drug stores in cities and towns, general stores in the country, 25c, 50c and $1.00 the bottle, and money back if not sat isfied. Isn't this fair? ron NCRVi, eoiw o mi. sen 4CHSS AND FAIHS IN MAN AND BEAST CRIAl NO. 14180 aUARANTCID UNDEft THt POOD AND DRUGS ACT, JUNE 30, l0, PRICE, THIS Size, 26 CCNTS LMU sites, see. AND $1.00 NOAH REMEDY CO. Richmond, Vs, Boston. Mass., U.&A. important Notice The genuine Noah's Liniment looks exactly like the above. Look for Noah's Ark on every package, our trade mark, registered In the U. S. Patent Office, for your protection. Noali's Liniment always appears in red Ink on the original, both on the labrl and on out side container. Accent nothing but Noah's Liniment. It is the only Tain Remedy sold under a positive guarantee. If your dealer will not supply you, send 25o in stamps and we will mail you a hottle and re fund money if not perfectly satlbfled. Beware of fraud; accept no substitute. Proof Positive Care of Bon ItbrumntUm. "I had been suffering with bone rheu matism for three years. I have been using Noah's Liniment, and can say that it cured me completely. Can walk better than I have In two years. Noah's Liniment will do all you claim. Bev. S. E. Cyrus, Donald, a a" Pain In Side and Neamlala. "For five years I suffered with neu ralgia and pain in aide. Could not sleep. I tried Noah's Liniment, and the first application made me feel bet ter. Mrs. Martha A. See, Richmond, Va." Couldn't Raise Right Arm. "I caught cold and had a severe at tack of rheumatism in my right shoul der and could not raise my arm with out much pain. I tried Noah's Lini ment, and in less than a week was en tirely free from pain. A. Crooker, Dor chester, Mass." Stiff Joints and Backache. "I have used Noah's Liniment for rheumatism, stiff joints and backache, and 1 can say It did me more good than any pain remedy. Rev. George W. Smith, Abbeville, S. C." Sprained Ankle. "I have been benefited greatly by Noah's Liniment, using It for a sprained ankle. Mrs. W. D. Robertson, West Somerville, Mass." Palna In the Back. I "I suffered ten years with a dread fully sore pain in my back, and tried different remedies. Less than half a bottle of Noah's Liniment made a per fect cure. Mrs. Rev. J. D. Billlngsley, Point Eastern, Va." Nenralsrla and Tothaehe. "My wife suffered for several years with neuralgia and toothache. She used about half a bottle of Noah's Liniment and got Immediate relief. J. S. Fisher, Policeman, Hodges, S. C." Rheumatism In the Neck. "I received the bottle of Noah's Lini ment, and think It has helped me great ly. I have rheumatism In my neck and It relieved it right much. Mrs. Martha A. Lambert, Beaver Dam, Va." For Horses. "We have never used a liniment we consider the equal to Noah's Liniment for bruises, sprains, strained tendons and to use on throat, sides and chest for distemper, colds, etc. Richmond Transfer Co., Richmond, Va." Brtter Than 95.00 Remedies. "We cheerfully recommend all stable men to give Noah's Liniment a trial and he convinced of Its wonderful cura tive properties. We have obtained as good If not better results from Its use than we did from remedies costing Sn.OO per bottle. Norfolk and Portsmouth Transfer Co., Norfolk, Va." ( IIMU.O ITi: MARKETS. ow, Si ill I 1 1 ;al' proximate q2a, Alsn liberal prizes are offered for the liesi 50 ears of corn in South I Carolina and for the pram I cham pion sweepstakes for I lie besl 50 cars uf corn in any of the three Stales. Likewise prizes are offered for the best single ear in the con- talt onal class SW ee I are dual district class, in the and in t he grand i ham istakes class: Liberal ffered for the best ay. The one from Sll 1) Ifyon wanteitlicraV!hml!ngPhnttle. Rotary hnttleor a Mine a I arena (.nam onuu.i Sewmg UaanUM wrueio TNt NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY Orange, Vtass. BlTiT""lnt ir'sclvn-i art made to sell retardless ol .tiliiy, but Ihs New Home is maJe 10 wear. Our guaranty never runs out old by authorised dealers only, ros SALS sv PFOPI.FS ifOUSH RWIWi I. ) prize illlllV Smith Carolina who makes the besl individual display will re reive as his reward $2-" in cash. The second prize for this is $150 ami the third prize $100. In Ibis exhibit the exhibitor will be re quired to show at least ten bushels of corn, and the display will be' judged 7 per cent, for the besl corn and 30 for the besl decoration and displav. The corn exposition management also offers liberal prizes similar lo those of South Carolina for the bes1 corn in Geor gia and North Carolina, which in the grand champion sweepstakes will come into competition with with thai in South Carolina. Ever) farmer is especial I) urged to seler! eorn for exhibition. At least flvejudges will be required to do the judging and these will score every exhibit attaching a com plete score to every exhibit. so that the exhibitor can see where in he is strong or weak with his corn. these figures represent prices paid lo wagons: ( iood middling 18 strict middling l;l:Vt .Middling 13 Stricl low middling 13 Produce. (Corrected by R, H. Field t Co.1 I Chicken- spring 3030 1 j Butter 20 Oi 25 I Ducks 25 Geese- per head 15 (8 50 Hens per head 15 (5 50 Eggs 2 20 Charlotte Grain. (Corrected by Cochrana-McLaughlin Company.) Rye $.J0 Corn 80 Oats 55 R. T. PICKENS Attorney and Counsellor At Law HIGH POINT, N. C. Offices Over Mutton's Drug Store, adjoining Drs. pltts and Reitzel. Prompt attention and his best skill and ability given to all matters en trusted to him 'Phone No. 400 PAYS for our FULL BOOKKEEP ING! BOURSE SCHOLARSHIP if you v rite at once and Btata where you sa w this ad. Regular price is 1 1 OO. To advertise thw school, only a limited number of nrholarshipa will tu, -u.lrt nfr. t.h rati. fr ifcOr, If not ready now, write and have one reserved and we will let you pay later. We can also teach you by mail if you prefer. $25 OHIO W. SOBWARTZ, rnu4cirA.ii BUSINESS COLLEGE. ISTADLISBBD 18U4 INCORPORATED mot ixjuisvit11?, rry, Richmond Tobacco Market. Blights Continue quiet, but firm wii'.t light receipts. Dark Tobacco, Reordered. Receipts and offerings nominal. Market very quiet. Very little doing. Sun-Cur ed Receipt! of in w primings continue very light and market active. Nothing doing in oth er grades and quotations nominal. Brown Shipping Reordered. Lugs 6.50 (n 7.50 Short leaf 8.1X1 Q.50 Long leaf 10.00 Cd 15.00 Blights. Smokers Common . 7.00 (? Medium 9.00 (2 Fine 12.00 (a Cutters Common ... 11.0(1 m Medium 13.00 Fine 10.00 (: 8.50 11.00 13.00 12.5(1 14..r)0 18.00 A Good Sign When you have read the advertisements in The Review you will know all about the Best Bargains Offered by many of the Best Merchants in Hvih Point The North State (Independent) Telephone Company State Sabbath Convention Oct. 30. The fifth annual State Sabbath Convention "for observance and preservation of the Christian Sab hath" will held in Raleigh Octo ber 30 to November t. The At a W fiflaWr 1 Reason -I ligttk able Service SmSf Rate To Deride Question of Shipping. The question of whether inter state shippers of casl iron stoves in North Carolina shall have to crate them or continue to ship them uncraled as in 'he pasl is to be heard by the North Carolina cor poration commission November 22. Errinfl Man's Troubles Multiply. J. V. Napier, Who was attested at Charlotte on a charge of defraud ing the United Slates mails was hardly in the hands of the federal authorities before a Baltimore de tective arrived and placed another serious charge agatftsl him that of abduction. Napier, it is charged, had enticed a young girl, hi or 17 years old, away from her home, promising her a place wilh I he girls' show among the midway attractions. Fancy 18.00 (S 20.00 Fillers Common. .. 8.00(3 10.00 Medium 11.00 ft) 12.00 Good 12.50 (a I8.0O Fine 14.00 (d IH.OO Wrappers Common . . 15.00 17.00 Medium 1X.00 (u) 20.00 Good 25.00 30.00 Fi", 32.50 (n) 37.50 Fancy 40.00 45.00 Sun Cured. New Primings Com. to prime 1.00 5.00 Lie's, common to good. 5.00 7.50 Lugs, good to prime.. Hoi) (a) 9.50 Short Leaf 10.00 (J) 12.50 bong Leaf 11.00 Wrappers 15.00 35.00 Over 1200 connections in High Pont and surrounding territory. Long distam e e vice to Greens boro, Winston. Thomasville, Lex ington, Randleman, Asheboro, etc. fa Can leach 'he People n Waul to&a&s-.:. lis Sari State. "Tough Element" Rules Wadcsboro. Wadesboro citizens have become aroused because of the continual violation of the law in town and !he apparent inability of officers to cope with the situation. An indig nation meeting was held in the court house. For sorie time the rowdy element has almost taken possession, especially on Saturday nigh! Ihey would run things to suit them selves. Officers feem to be unable lo handle the "tough" element which gather about near-beer joints Origin of Trial by Jury. Whence comes the system of trial by jury? In the opinion of Bourguig non, a French jurist, "its origin loses Itself in the night of time." Black stone speaks of it as "a trial that bath been used time out of mind." Reeves thinks It was Introduced Into England ! by the Normans, who themselves ob- 1 tained It from Northern Europe. It I Is certain that the Scandinavians had ; an established jury system more than j a thousand years ago. The Normans ; on their arrival In England found pre vailing there the nrdeal of hot Irons, which enforced the carrying of a pound of heated metal by the accused for a given distance, anfl the ordeal of hot water, in which by way of variation a stone hnd to bo withdrawn from a lptcher of boiling water. No I attempt at reform In this direction j was made by WiKlam the Conqueror. ! inconoistency ef Happiness. Happiness is HVe a sunbeam, which the least shadow Intercepts; while ad verslty Is often as the rain of sprlns SAVE Your TAGS SAVE YOUR TAGS A Round Printed Cardboard Premium Tag is now placed on each cart nf the fnllnwinp llrands of Hour and Feed. un uuwii vs sv ,, -j Jvyf TKpcp ic KTn r.HARfiF, for These Premium Tags. W i i l vi v. J.O X i vii -- Dan Valley Superlative Patent Flour. Brockets s Crown Flour. Our Wonder Flour. Brockett's Roller King Feed. Premium's Consist of Decorated China cups and saucers, value 75c to $1.00 per set of six pieces each Decorated China plates, two sizes, value 75c to $1.00 per set of six pieces each Decorated flat dishes, six sizes, vjdue 25c to 75c each Decorated covered dishes, vegetable, value 75c to $1.00 each Decorated sugar bowls, value 37 l-2c each Decorated Covered butter plates, value 62 l2c each Cream pitchers, value 25c each Gravy boats or sauce boats, value 25c each Decorated soup toureens complete, value $3.00 each These tags are received as cash at the rate of 25 cents per barrel of flour for any of the above china pieces,and there is no additional charge for the flour; this scheme is simply devised to in crease the sale of the brands of flour that we control, and which can be had from your grocer. All Flour Guaranteed to Please or Money Refunded Robert Brocfeett. HIGH POINT, IN. C.