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Many of the Events Schedul 1 for the Occasion, Oct. 12-15 The Central Carolina fair, will be, larger and better, tban any previous one held because this year it is prob-. RUB-MY-TISM ill cure your Rheumatism uralffia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cut and j Burns, VICL aores, oungs wi insects Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c. THE REVIEW, HIGH POINT, NORTE CAROLINA. OCT. 7, 1915 4 BIG MM ZINES 18c LOOK! read; Wonder! Positively Greatest Clob bing Offer Ever Made, f Four great magazines and The Review, all ane year for only . The Review Some Life The Household Farm Life Romans World $1.18 I Just think of it ! This offer is tood for NEW subscribers or RENEWALS just so yon pay for The Review one year in ad vance and 18c extra. Now's is the time to supply the whole family with good reading ma terial for earning long winter nights. Act at Once, offer not guaranteed after Oct 1st Address THE REVIEW HIGH POINT, N. C. Wanted Our rti rntotiw aro rare'eg vj to $1 50 per WbY.. " we KWMJnpieuierri- fc.-; is l filing lik wild-fire. Everyboaj a Subscribers the time your sub scription expired is marked on the P8f er opposite your name. TH ACKE R'S Shoe Departm REAL DANDY SHOES 1: are those latest models of our. Th-y look right, fed right and wear right. Gome and look them oyer No obligation to buv any of course, but we warn you most emphatically tl at after see n 4. and ttying them on there w 11 be a mighty strong temutation to do so MEN'S FUKNISrINfiS We cary a complete line of hats, si irts. collars, sox, ties, belts walking canes, tsaveling bags and other men's accessories. La us fit you ia ene of our splendid tailored suits. Fine line of fall patterns on display. THACKER'S Shoes aad Mens' Furnishings ably more widely advertised than any other in North Carolina, not ex cluding the State fair, which is heW in Raleigh. The dates of the fair are October 12, 13, 14 and 15. The departments are more in number and better man aged than previously, and the enter tainment features are to be empha sized "The prize lists are heavy with cash and other offerings, as the premium Book issued by the associa tion shows. Among the displays win be: Farm and garden products, fruit in great variety and display, grow ing plants, cut flowers and floral de signs. Paintings, carvings, photographic art. Women's worlr and decorative arts Fine merchandise, music, etc. Products of workshops, factories and machinery and agricultural im plement?. Automobiles and electric applian ces. Cattle and sheep from the best flocks and breeds,s wine of every re cognized breed. Poultry, water fowl and pet stock. The races, both horse and motor cycle, wil be important parts of th fair's attractions. This contest will furnish rare and exciting sport. Up to-date free attractions will be held in front of the grandstand day and night. Band concerts will be a daily sensation. Amusements, in struction and pleasure will be even ly blended. The midwny will be up to the minute. 'There is no one to whom ibis year's fair wil pot appeal,'!: ys Secretary Garland Daniel. "Br. the whole family and mingle with the good-natured crowd. Our m te, There's nothing to"o good for t e public." Record. COULDN'T AFFORD TO ADVERTISE Jud Shaw sold shoes and sealing wax, and lamps, fishpoies and glue, tobacco, candles, gum, and tacks, slickers and sardines, too; dry goods and hams were in his line; he dealt in peas and beans: he kept the general store, in fine, sold overalls and jeans; but Jud, somehow, he wasn't wise "Couldn't afford to ad vertise." Not that he harbored any . grudge .gainst his home town sheet; he was, as anyone might judge, a kindly man to meetf his .customers he Seated fa'r, and yet heprospered not; his goods were honest, (ne would swear he shnply was forgot; -for Jud, somehow, he Wasn't wise-" "Couldn't afford to advertise." Mail order firms from out of town, much wiser in their day, paid: liberally for thHr renown,, and gathered, in the hay; their catalogues went everywhere; they advertised for trade; their name went forth with trumpets blare, and, ahl the coin they made-; couMt.'t afford, they were so wise, couldn't afford NOT t' ad vertise Now , Jud's stuff it was just as good ; his prices were the same ; the loss was ours; he simply WOULD not spread abroad his name; though townfoiks might have much preferred in their home mart to buy, of Jud Shaw thev had never heard you know the reason why, for Jud, somehow, he was't wise--'Couldn,t afford to adveitisel" THE BIG STATE FAIR Replete with many new and bril liant events that have never before been included in Fair Week festivi ties, the great State Fair of nineteen fifteen seems destined to eclipse any of its predecessors. Many and wonderful are the free attractions headed by the most spec tacular aeroplane stunt shown in America . Capt Warden, who Colonel Roosevelt praised for bis daring, will give a realistic exhibition of an aero plane attacking a fort: From a height of two thousand feet he will hurl real high explosive bombs on a solid fort below. The ort will r -turn the fire until it is demolished in a cloud of smoke and dust. It is a vivid touch of real warfare. Be sides this, there are many other splendid attractions including Cot ton's Corned y Donkeys, the Skating Bear, The Human Loop the Loop fifty feet in midair, etc. A new feature of this years Fair, and one that s sure to prove one of the best, as the grand Floral and In dustrial parade under the - direction of the Raleigh Rotary Club and the review of the National Guard By General Young and Staff. For the agriculturalist there will be the competitive County Exhibits, made up of biue ribbon winne 8 from the country fairs. Boys' and Girls' Corn Clubs. Poultry Cluh ; tomato Clubs rnd Pig Clubs Another nev feature which will add i te -3dt to this, is the Motion Pic1 Why's 4 Gets-It, "for Corns. Like a Kiss 7 Because Everybody Tries It, Every body Likes It, It's Painless and Takes Bat a Moment to Apply. "Gets-It" to the wonder of the corn pestered world. Millions say so, be cause millions have used It. That's what makes it the biggest selling ture Exhibit of the treatment of the diseases of cattle and poultry, furnished by the United States government. For the mothers, there is the Bet ter Babies Contest, under the direc tion of t he Woman's Club of Raleigh . H-This is but part of the scores of things that should bring you to the Fair October 18-23. Begin to plan your trip now and be sure to go. Spero News Mr. Lee Roy Hill, of High Point, was the guest of his father and mother, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Hill here last week. Miss Lucy Spinks, of Randleman route two, - spent Sunday evening with Mrs. J. A Hill. Misses Lela and Velna Clapp, Miss Bettie Bulla and Messers. George Bulla and Willie Clapp went to Flint Hill protracted meeting Saturday night. Mr. W. J. Gregson has just com pleted a silo and is no willing it with fine winter feed- There la more Catarrh in this section of the country tban all other diseases put together, and until - the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and oy constantly tailing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Sci ence has proven Catarrh to be a const! tutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only Constitu tional cure on the market. It is taken in ternally in doses from 10 drons to a tea- spoonfuL It acts directly on the blood and mucous, surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it raiis to cure, jsena ior circulars ana tes timonials. . Address: F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's FwaM',7 Tula toT constipation. Malaria or Chills & Fever Prescription No. 666 it prepared especially for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. Five or six doses will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not return. It sets on the liver better than Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c qrvar In My Xttfe Saw Anything Act So NOTICE North Carolina, Guilford County., In the Superior Court, September Term , 115. Israel Miller, plaintiff, vs Hattie Bell Miller, defendant Notice. The defendant above named will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Guilford County to obtain a divorce from the defe -dant on the grou ds cf adultery ; and the said defendant will further take notice that she is reauired to appear at the term of the superior Court of said County to be held bn the llth day of Oct. 1915, at the Court hou-e ol said County, in Greensboro, N. C, 3ind answer of demur to the complaint in said action, or the .plaintiff wilKapply to the court for the relief demanded in sak complaint. This Sept. 8th, 1915, M W GANT, Clerk Superior Court. W. P. RAGAN, Att'y. NOTICE Having qualified as administratrix of Dr. Jas. A Turner, deceased, rate oi Guilford cotuty, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of si id decea ed to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 22od. day of September 1916, or this notice wilt be pleaded in bar of their e Poverv All indebted to said estate will oleascmake immediate settlement. This the 21st. day ot aeptemoer iyivr Mrs Fannie L. Turner, Adnnn'stratrix of Dr. Jas. A. Turner; Quickly and Magically as -Gett-I tZ ' corn remedy on earth today. "Gets-It" will surely get that corn or callus you've been trying for a long time to get rid of, take it right off "clean as a whistle." Apply it in 2 seconds, put your stocking and shoe right over it, nothing to stick, nothing to hurt. Tou needn't fuss with thick bandaeres that make a package out of your toe. No knives, razors and scis sors, no tape, no trouble. It's simplicity Itself, sure, quick, painless. Try It also for bunions and warts. "Gets-It" is sold at all druggists, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by 22. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. S jiu Jn rt igh Point, an i recommended as the world's best corn remedy by the Mann Drug Company and the Hart Drug Company. 39 Our Sanitary Pressing Department of an expert from Irr charge Baltimore. Your clothes will be cleaned and pressed in a scientific manner which is vastly different from the ordinary way. You will be pleased at the change take our word for it. T H ACKERS LOver Gent's Furnishing Dept. Dugdale Plumbing Company Independent Phone 613 PLUMBING AND HEATING estimates Furnished and Repairing Properly Attended To. SWEATERS Sweaters I This is the Greatest season for sweaters we have had in years. 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