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THE REVIEW. SATURDAY. OCT. 29. 1910
S Free Voting Certificate
This is separate and distinct vote from the "Nominat
ing Coupon," and any contestant or nominator may
collect as many as possible and vote them.
This certificate entitles.
Name of candidate to be voted for
Of
State.
To five (2) free votes
This free voting certificate must be in THE REVIEW office
not later than Friday noon, November 4th, 1910.
THE HfeVIEW Contest Management.
. RHLlGlOUS STATISTICS.
The Census Bureau has just pub
lished a report on religious bodies in
the United States which contains a
vast mass ot matter interesting to
church statisticians and the clericals
and laitv generally. The report is
for the year 1906.
The report shows the following
figures for the principal denomina
tions the membership of all denomi
nations being 32,936,445 in 1906,
of whom 18,086,902 were Protes
tants of the leading bodies of that
faith and 12,079,142 were Roman
Catholics, the others being of minor
Protestant denominations. The
membership in the leading church
bodies of the United States in 1906
and twenty-six years ago by the
census of 1890 was as follows:
1890 1906 In.
6,257,871 12,079,142 39
4,589,287 5,749,838 22
3,712.468
1,278,332
1,231,072
641,051
540,509
512,771
Come along, republican friends,
and get up a club also. We dimm
crats have got a big 'un started.
Didn't you see all those names.?
"Fire Alarm" Foraker, of Ohio,
has it in for the Colonel and as a
result of the fight between these
two republicans the state of Ohio
will likely slip into the democratic
column.
Moffitt Furnishing Co., has a
column ad on front page. As usual
i it is full of interesting articles.
See what the Leonard Beavans
! Stamey Co., has to say in ad on first
I page
OUR CHAPELL HILL LETTER.
Chapel Hill, N. C, Oct 22. A big,
strong, whole-hearted mass meeting
with 500 students in attendance
was held in Gerrard Hall Monday
night for the purpose of letting the
foot ball team know that, in the
face of defeat by Davidson in Char
lotte last Saturday, it still retained i
the confidence and loyalty of the
student body. The speakers among
whom were Dr. Royster, and Rev.
Hogue who had seen the game,
seriously expressed confidence in
the ability of the team to develop a
strong scoring strength yet. The i
opinion was given that the squad 1
handicapped by superior weight and
a superabundance of material had
not yet found itself. The game in
Washington with Georgetown next
Saturday will give the plaers a
chance to demonstrate the reality
of their ability to "come back."
Rev. John Little, of Louisville,Ky.,
gave an illustrated lecture, under
the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. Wed
nesday night on the Condition of
the Negro in the South.
The Elisha Mitchell Scientific So
ciety met Wednesday night for the
election of officers. Prof. Stacy was
chosen president and Profs. Daggett
and Hall vice-president and secre
tary and treasurer. The object of
this society is to encourage scientific
research and to record matters per
taining to the natural history of the
state.
Read the ad of High Point Trans
fer Co., on this page. Pugh will
treat you right.
Listen!
We can furnish you carri
ages to all parts the city
on short notice, also
Buggies and Landaus for
out of town trips, Drays
to move baggage, wag
ons for heavy hauling,
moving-vans for house
hold goods.
Call Phone 347
and save time
HIGH POINT
TRANSFER CO.
E. E. PUGH, Proprietor
Subscnoc to The Review.
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tions shall be paid to Miss Inez
Ford, Contest Manager.
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nature must be affixed to all votes
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test. Rule 3. Ballots cannot be bought.
The contest will be run on a fair
basis fair for all. Votes can only be
each week.
Rule 8. Voies once issued can
not be transferred to another con
testant. Rule 9. No votes will be allowed
on subscriptions held out more than
one week after being secured by
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turned in promptly together with
money collected for them. Votes
obtained by securing subscriptions, 1 will be issued when subscriptions
either prepaid or renewals, or by
cutting the nomination coupons, or
free voting certificates of each weex
ly paper.
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REVIEW or a mtmber of his family
will be permitted to participate either
as a nominator or a voter in the
contest.
Rule 5. Candidates will not be
restricted in securing subscriptons,
but may secure them in any place
in the United States.
Rule 6. Only one Nominating
Coupon entitling each contestant to
1000 votes will be allowed.
Rule 7. All votes must be in
The Review's office by Friday of
are received, but contestants may
retain these votes and cast them
when they wish.
Rule 10. Nominators or Contes
tants in THE Review contest must
agree to and accept all rules and
conditions.
Rule 11. The right is reserved
to reject the name of any contestant
for cause, also to alter these rules,
should occasion demand.
Rule 12. And question which
shall arise between the contestants.
will be determined by the Contest
Management, and its decision will
be final.
Respectfully yours,
CONTEST MANAGEMENT
Major Steadman Here Nov. 1
Heed The Warning
date for Congress from the Fifth ! any
District, will speak in High Point
Nov. 1st, at 7:30 p. m. A large
cowd will no doubt be on hand to
five the distinguished Guilford
County citizen a warm welcome.
Roman Cath.
Methodists
Baptists
Presbyterians
Lutherans
Dis. of Christ
Episcopalians
Congregational
High Point People
Have Done So
5,662,234 55
1.830,555 43
2,122,494 69
1,142,359 43
886,942 64
700,480 36
In 1890 a majority ot the com
municants in 34 states belonged to
Protestant bodies; in 12 states to
the Roman Catholic church; and in
two states to the Latter-Day Saints,
while in one state the Roman Ca
tholic church, lud a plurality. The
changes from 1890 to 1906 are as
follows: Maine New Hampshire,
Vermont, New Jersey, Michigan
and Wisconsin formerly showing a
majority tor Protestant bodies are,
now in tne Roman Catholic columr, ,
one state, formerly Roman Catholic
Minnesota is now Protestant; j
Colorado and Wyoming which j
shows a Roman Catholic majority in j
1890, now show Roman Catholic
pluralities; one state Connecticut
has changed its Roman Catholic j
plurality to a majority; and one:
state -Idaho now changes from a !
plurality to a majority for the Lai-1
r - -
tei-Day Saints.
Our Craddock Shoe Styles
Are Settling the Shoe Question
In This Town, This Fall
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
I
Prescriptious in our stores are
I andled only by registered pharma
cists. We have filled over 125,000
perscriptions in ten years'
RING DRUG CO.
The Rexall Sto re
April showers bring colds, grippes
rheumatism and other distressing
troubles. Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea effectually and quickly rids
one of such troubles prevents
them too. A 35c package make
105 cups of tea. Try it today.
Matton Drug U).
WANTED You to know that The
Charlotte Evening Chronicle "The
Great Penny Paper" is on sale in
your town each evening, and that
Ayden Martin is our regularly ap
pointed agent and will deliver it at
your home or office for one cent per
day or six cents per week. Give it
a trial.
We are fitting feet with comfort and economy
every day. Men who heretofore have been paying
the usual $5.00 and $6.00 for a pair of so-called
stylish shoes are finding in the Craddock Shoe
tasteful dressiness,
more wear and
greater comfort at
$3.50 and $4.00.
Mru
vvumevci uac
you will put those
shoes to that you
have in mind, we have
A t 11 1 if 1
a pair oi uraaaocKs tnai
match your needs. If it is hard
everyday service, there's a
Craddock everyday shoe here
that will give you greater service
for hard wear and look better longer
than any other shoe you ever bought
for the purpose. If it's a light dress shoe,
there's a Craddock that represents the last
word on style and has wearing qualities that
no other shoe at the price possesses.
30 days more wear than any other shoe sold at the same price
One word more if you are fussy about your foot wear you are just the kind of person
we like particularly to serve. We will gladly show you all the styles and we will not rest
satisfied till we know you are absolutely pleased. This is not anticipating trouble. We know
that you will find just what you want quickly, tor the Craddock bhoes this tall are particu
larly happy in the expression of everyday foot needs and in qualities that meet the de
mands of those who like something swaggerish. You never wore a more com
fortable shoe than the Craddock. We never have seen better value in shoe leather.
When the kidneys are sick they give nu
mistakable warnings that should nut be ig
nored. By examining the urine and treating
the kidneys upon the first sign of disorder,
many days of suffering mav be saved. Sick
kidneys expel a dark, ill-smelling urins, full
of "brickdust" sediment and painful In pass
age. Sluggish kidneys cause a dull pain In
the small of the back, headaches, dizzy spells,
tired, languid feelings and frequent rheumatic
twidges.
Doan'S Kidney Pills are for the kidneys
only, they cure sick kidneys, and rid the
blood (jf uric poison. If you suffer from any
of the above symptoms you can use no better
remedy.
High Point people recommend Doan's Kid
nev Pills.
J. D. Homey, 201 Ray St., High Point, N.
C, says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and
was pleased with the results. I suffered
severely from pains in the small of my back
and other symptoms of disordered kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills greatly relieved my mis
ery and I therefore take pleasure in recom
mending 'hem. Other members of my family
have also used Doan's Kidney Pills with ex
cellent results."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
f-oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States. Remember the
name Doan's and take no other,
See the voting coupon on 5th
page. Fill it out in the name of your
favorite. It costs you nothing.
Five thousand new subscribers is
what we are pulling for and what
we intend securing. THE REVIEW
is the advertisers paradise.
All Leathers
any style, any last
$3.50 and $4.00
THE NORTH CAROLINA
State Normal and
j Industrial College
Maintained by the State for the Women
' oi North Carolina. Four regular Courses
leading to Degrees. Special Courses foi
! Teachers. Fall Session begins Septembei
!14, 1910. Those desiring to enter should
j apply as early as possible. For catalogue
and other information address.
JULIUS I. POUST.PresWent.Orecnsboro.N.t.
Come in and let us tell you some shoe secrets,
your pocket.
It will mean money in
C. B. MATTOCKS
1 33 South Main St.
High Point, N. C
AND
They Don't Break
Up!
When You Buy t lem from
THE SOUTHERN BUGGY CO.
Carload of vehicles just in.
See them. Horse blankets, lap
robes, harness, etc.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
EXTRA DRY TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
A water main burster Tuesday
near the pumping station and as a
result the water supply of the city
was cut off. People had to go with
dirty hands because well water was
scarce in some sections. At one
time doing away with wells was ad
vocated, as it was supposed that
fever and other diseases come from
wells not properly kept So good,
but wells come in mighty handy
in days like Tuesday and Wednes
day when one had no water to drink
except that from the wells.
Moral Never go back on the
friend of your daddies.
ONLY A FEW DAYS UNTIL WE
VOTE
Rally Day exercises were held
Sunday at Washington Street M. E.
Church. Addresses were made by
offiers of the school and a very in
teresting program was carried out.
FOR SALE Six lots near Silk mill,
a bargain it taken at once.
D. H. PARSONS
The Review has on sale at all
times Land Posters, For Sale and
For Rent Notices, Chattel Mortgages,
Deeds, Etc. Anything you want in
this line can be had here at a rea
sonable price.
A series of meetings are in prog
ress at the M. P. Church, being con
ducted by Rev. J. H. Moton.
Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs Cliff Ring, a surpise
party was given in honor of Mrs.
Ring's sister, Miss Elizabeth Eng
lish. Quite a number of young peo
ple were on hand and the evening
was very pleasantly spent in games
and music. Refreshments were
served
Mrs. Ernest R. Carr entertained
the Entre Nous Club Friday after
noon at her home in the country.
ANOTHER GOOD OFFER
The Review and The Progressive
Farmer both one year for only $.100.
Here is another fine chance to get
two good papers, the subscription
price of either being worth the
amount asked for both. Let us have
your subscription at once. Both of
fers are only guaranteed to hold
good until Sept. 20th
Have you examined The Review's
prize piano? It is a magnificent
instrument.
It's just as important that you be
clean' inside as outside more so, in
fact. Un'ess your system is entire
ly cleansed of all impurities, you
cannot be one hundted per cent,
healthy, physically or mentally.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is
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