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ggvjgwjiigh Point, IN. C, Thursday, Sept 25, 1919
this Winter Find you
by your own Fireside, or
Will you be in a rented house with the prospects of
higher rents or a possible notice to vacate at any time.
Our October Series Now Open
Nows the Time
"If you want to join the hundreds of new home
ownersjjwho are anxious to be in their own HOMES
before real winter time arrives you'd better act quick
and get in on this series. Join the BUILDING &
LOAN and buy a home or a lot on which to build
a home and get on the road to independence and
happiness."
COME, IN ND TALK IT OVER!
High Point Perpetual Building and Loan Association
C. M. Hauser, President. V. A. J. Idol, Sec. & Treas
At the Commercial National Bank
first Showing of All the
ow PA
Sin
oes
Tor Men, Women and
Children
AD! Leathers .
and Styles and the Best
Workmanship
The uusual Low Prices prevail at
this store.
Come and look them over while the
picking is at it's best
You always save money by trad
ing with us and' are always
welcome at the
At
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1HC 11
eautifu! Rose Theatre
Showing at all times the Best
in Moving Pictures
Special Attractions During the Week
Watch the Theatre lobby for
coming attractions
You always see a good picture
at the Rose.
A cool, comfortable place to spend
your afternoons and evenings
P. C. McINTIRE, Manager
LOCAL PLANT BUILD CARS FOR
ALABAMA.
the show.
The ShbW this vonr hMo fail in ha
nr t -. l i,w - w
ivai. dnu Mrs. jack Crowson, of Lab- one of the most surnpscfni ,Q
, m " www rrwi 1U K,JULKs XIAO
exiy, visuea the family of Mr. Walter ttory of the national association, ac
w recentiy- cording to an announcement from the
misses banie and Pearle Crowson committee on" arrangements
a LIU. iVIrS. Annio Trannoiltr -rr?c? cI 1 T il. -! -i .
. - xxiicujr v iciiu x-Muim varoima aairymen are ex
inenas m 'irmity recently. pected to mirp.ha.sp a rmmW fn
Mrs. Nannie Craven is visiting her blooded Holstein cows, which will be
auii, mr. uruce uraven, here. brought back in an effort to improve
ividiue wnite and . children the dairy, stock in this state
spent one day recently with Mrs.
Tom Finch, at Wheatmore. ?
Miss Ritchie Johnson was at home
last week with the mumps.
The Rose Killian Circus showed
here one day recently, the first time
a lion had ever roared on the cam
pus at Old Trinity. This lion seemed
to have good lungs, as his voice was
heard for a considerable distance in
the country.
Julian Elder was on the streets of
iiixi.jr .rnuay. i.vj.1. nauer is a
life insurance agent.
Mrs. Mary Ingram, of High Point,
has been visiting her father, Mr.
David White.
Allen Mitchell is on a visit to home
folks
The Montgomery, Ala., Light and
Traction company has placed an or
der with the Perley A. Thomas Car
works "here for ten safety appliance
one-man street cars, it was announced
today. These cars will cost approxi-
matelyN$300 more each than those re
cently contracted for by the Charlotte
traction companies because of higher
standards of specification.
The contract calls for delivery of
the cars within the next 90 days.
All electrical appliances for the
safety cars will be furnished by the
Spurgeon White is at the old home Westinghouse Electric company.
place.
Miss Nora Dobson, of Winston-Sa- Read What U. S. Dept. of Agriculture
lem, is visiting Miss Kate Craven. 1 Says About What Two Rats Can Do.
Mr. W. . N. Elder, well known According to -government figures,
throughout Randolph county, has-been two rats breeding continually for
I visiting his sons, Drs. Lane and Joef- three years produce 359,709,482 in
frey Elder, at Hopewell, Va., for some dividual rats. Aet when you see
time. Mr. Elder looked in upon the first rat, don't wait. RAT-SNAP
Washington D. C, and Richmond, ls the surest, cleanest, most conveni-
Va, while away from home, and also ent exterminator. No mixing with
spent some time in the delightful
Shenandoah Valley of the Old Domin
ion. We gladly welcome Mr. Elder
back to Trinity.
Mr. Earl Craven was in town a few
days ago. Mr. Craven has lived in
Lexington for a good many years, but
he does not forget his old home place.
Misses Ida Ingram and Rebecca
Parrish, from Lansdowne, attended
church here Sunday.
TAKE A COMMERCIAL COURSE AND BE INDE
PENDENT IN LIFE
THE WAY'S OPEN in our DAY or NIGHT SCHOOL
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Touch Typewriting, Filing,
Civil Service, Banking, Penmanship, Commercial
Arithmetic and Commercial Law
See Us BeforeJakingYourCourse
TERMS to SUIT and SAME ADVANTAGE to ALL
Service
Sure
Phone 849
HIQfl POINT COMMERCIAL SCHOOL g2K
- - 112 College Street
other foods. Drys up after killing-
leaves no smell. Cats or dogs won't
touch it. Sold and guaranteed by
Matton Drug Co. and Gilmer Bros.'Co.
HIGHT POINT ROUTE 4 NEWS.
(By Mary A. Ciodfelter.)
Married Roy Reed to Mrs. Hver
hart Julie on last Sunday.
The road is being newly top-soiled
from Abbot's Creek to John Mocks,
and from the little creek to Lee John
son's. The road is in a bad condition
at this time.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Hines, a boy.
The school opened for the fall term
Sept. 8th, with Prof. Kirchsey as
principal, ost all the old teachers
are back. We feel sure that Prof.
Kirchey will do his part in having a
good school.
Willie Smith treated himself and
family to a Dodge car, and now he is
Dodging around.
We are glad that the labor situation
.is settled and have all gone to work
again.
There is some selling tobaco around
here. It seems as if everybody has
tobacco and they are selling it too at
a good price.
The health of the community is
very good at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Clodfeltejr spent
Saturday of last week in High Point.
D. E. Ciodfelter carried a load, of
tobacco to Winston, for Dick Myers,
Thursday, which brought $708.16. I
don't know the average, but it was
good. We were in hopos tkat it
would not be so high as so many
people will not raise anything elese
but tobacco.
Success to The Review.
Defective
Eyesight
A Menace to
Health
Your sight is vitally import
ant and should be safeguard
ed. Incompetency in fitting glas
ses means serious trouble. .
Competency means comfort
and visual satisfaction.
We'pride ourselves
upon our optical
ability
VRS. STALEY
pstairs Stanton-Welch Building
STRONG EVIDENCE
DAIRYMEN
ATTEND
SHOW.
NATIONAL
High Point dairymen are interested
in the national dairy show to be held
in Chicago, October 6-12, inclusive,
and it is announced that a Pullman
car has been chartered from Asheville
to take North Carolina dairymen to
if Shopping with Assurance
IT'S a great satisfaction, isn't
it to know that when you
purchase an article, it's
quality and it's price are abov
reproach?
You canbuysuch articles with quiet
sureness. There will be no come
backsno regrets no trouble and
wangling and no doubtful mer
chandise. This, then, is the established repu
tation of our Store. You can be sure,
"Everything I ever bought there
was Dependable," is so of ten said of
us and our way of doing business.
And, in the long run, it pays. We
keep our old customers and are
constantly making new friends.
Andthethingsyoubuyof a Jeweler
must be right. There should and
can be no middle ground of worth,
They are either Right or Wrong.
Watches cut glass silver rings
diamonds all of these must measure
, up to a certain quality standard.
Wherever passible, we beep guraateej
articles we either guarantee them rselves
or we know that tbe manufacturer himself
does a for instance the W.W.W. line of
Gem Set Rings. They come to as covered
by a dependable eaarastee .
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M 1SS
W.W.W. Gem Set Rjngs
Font
THE UN IVERL CAR
N The Ford Model T one-ton
tYuck is proving a splendid
time and money-saver on the
farm. It is flexible in con
trol, strong and dependable
in service. It has really be
come one of the
Mr. Farmer farmers' ncces-
TUlr U sities- One Ford
lfllnK 11 truck is equaJ
Over ! t0 a half a doz
en teams and it
won't "eat its head off" when
not working. The very low
price makes it popular with
shrewd farmers wh 9 analyze
conditions on the farm. Let's
talk it over, Mr. Farmer. Price
without body, $600., delivered
Wilson Motor Co.
Home of Ford Service Complete
Line Genuine Fori Parts
Is the Statement of Th:s High Point
Woman. '
Bachache is often kidney ache.
A common warning of serious Sid
ney ills.
"A Stitch in Time Saves Nine"
Don't delay use Doan's Kidney
Pills.
Profit by the experience of Mrs. J.
A. Sloop, 519 Grimes St. She says:
"I have used Doan's Kidney Pills off
and on for years. Often my kidneys
acted irregularly and my back was so
sore, I could hardly get out of a
chair. I have been awfully nervous,
too. I have used Doan's Kidney Pills
at such times and they have always
greatly relieved me. I have little
trouble with my kidneys now and the
terrible pains n my back have all dis
appeared." ' Price 60c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Sloop had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Know Rat-Snap."
"Have always feared rats. Lately
noticed many on my farm. A neigh
bor said he just got rid of droves with
RAT-SNAP. This started me think
ing. . Tried RAT-SNAP myself. It
killed 17 and scared the rest away."
RAT-SNAP comes in three sizes, 25c,
50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by
Matton Drug Co. and Oilmer Bros. Co.
ON THE PATH TO BUSINESS SUCCESS
Many men have found that a banking connection with
a strong, service-rendering bank has helped them along
the path to business success.
Many customers of the Commercial National Bank are
among those who have attained success to a marked de
gree in their respective lines of business.
Many more customers can be received into our circle of
business men and concerns and they will have our co
operation and the advantage of our varied services in
domestic and foreign banking and in trust and agency
business.
Many, matters of importance regarding your business
might with advantage be discussed with our officers.
The Commercial Notional
Bank
High Point, N. C.
Saving and Cheeking Accounts. Safety Deposit Boxes.
Loans, Exchange, Bonds.
' Officers
J. Elwood Cox, President V. A. J. Idol, Cashier
C. M. Hauser, Active V.-Pres. s C. H. Marrier, Asst. Cashier
J. W. Harris, V.-Pres. E. B. Steed, Asst. Cashier.
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The New Autumn IWillinery
is now on display and prettier than
ever, also Coats, Coat Suits and
Dresses. All the latest styles
and new fabrics,
Come to our store for your autumn
millinery and Ready-to-wear.
UN
Millinery and Ready-to-Wears
Xoat, Suits,' . Dresses,
Skirts and Middy Suits
You can save money by buying
from us. We bought early and can
save you money in both Suits and
Middy Suits
AVSN
The Ladies Store
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