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surance by the Underwriters
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and proven that it will pre
serve its contents for two
hours in a temperature of
1 850 F.
Model B Safes
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Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
Wake Forest Commencement
May 25th to May 27th
Special interest is being placed
on Alumni Day. There will be
rpnninna nf all the classes . of
1861, 71, 81, 91, 01 and 1911.
The class of 1921 which numbers
more than a hundred will be
welcomed into the ranks of the
From present indications this
will be one of the largest and
most enjoyable Commencements
in our historv. Wake f orest men
everywhere are urged to meet
their friends and college chums
here during the exercises.
The program is as follows:
Wednesday, May 25th-l:00P.
M. Class Reunions; 3:30 P. M.
Ball Game; 6:00 P. M. Alumni
Banquet and Business Meeting;
8:30 P. M. Alumni Oration, Pres
ident E. W. Sikes, of Coker Col
lege; 9:30 P. M. Senior Recep
tion. Thursday, May 26th 11:00 A.
M. Commencement Address; 3:00
P. M. Class Day Exercises; 8:30
P. M. Baccalaureate Sermon,
Curtis Lee Laws, D. D., New
Friday, May 27th 11:00 A. M.
Class Orations, Academic and
Honorary Degrees, Baccalaureate
The new dormitory and the
Wake Forest Hotel will furnish
ample accommodations. Any
one wishing reservations in ad
vance may notify Trela D. Col
lins, Alumni Secretary.
Pageant Sunday Night
At All Saints' Church
Sunday night at 8 o'clock a
religious pageant "The Await
ing World" will be presented in
All Saints' (Episcopal) Church.
The pageant illustrates the work
done by the United Thank Offer
ing of the Woman's Auxiliary.
The vested choir win aBsisi.
The public is most cordially invited.
Wherefore do ye spend money
for that which is not bread?"
Classified Advt. Column
WANTED TO BUY GOOD SEC-ond-hand
Cheap. Write "Box C, Stancell,
Most troubles come from put
ting right things in wrong places.
Christianity stands for a right
perspective. It puts first things
first and other things after.
Jesus said: "1 Am The Bread
LUMBER DELIVERED ROSE
mary and Roanoke Rapids
rough (d $20.00, per thousand.
W.T.Parker, Weldon, N. C.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IM
proved Farm Land. Get a
long time loan and hold your
cotton till the market is better.
For further information ap
ply to Mason Long& Mat
thews, Att'ys. Roanoke Rap
ids, N. C. .
DR. W. L DAVIS, EYESIGHT
Specialist, of Plymouth, will be
in Roanoke Rapids at Lynch's
Jewelry Store, Friday and Sat
urday, May 13th and 14. Ex
aminations free. Charges for
professional services reasonable.
Under and by virtue of a certain
deed of trust made by Katie Clark and
Winfield Clark, her husband, to me as
Trustee, dated the 28th., day of April,
A. D. 1914, recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds for Halifax County,
North Carolina, on the 30th., day of
April 1914, in Book No. 259, at Page
No. 143, default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness there
by secured, and at the request of the
holder of the note evidencing the said
indebtedness, I will, on Monday, the
6th., day of June, A. D. 1921, at the
hour of 12:30 o'clock, P. M in front
of the Court-house, in Halifax, North
Carolina, offer for sale at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash that
certain tract of land lying and being in
H Alif ax County aforesaid, and more
particularly described and defined as
follows: . The same being Lot No. 14
according to the plot made by Edward
T. Clark for the Southern Investors
Realty Company, which plot is duly re
corded in the Register of deeds office
for Halifax County, North .Carolina.
This lot fronts forty feeton Long Street
and is the same lot conveyed by Mrs.
Mary C. Graves to the said Katie Clark
and Winfield Clark.
This, the 2nd., day of May, A. D.
6-13-4t A. L. Clark, Trustee.
default having been made In the pay
ment of the indebtedness thereby se
cured, and at the request of the holder
of the note evidencing the said indebt
edness, I will, on Monday, June 8th
1921. at the hour of 12:30 o'clock P. M
in front of the Court-house, in Halifax
North Carolina, offer for sale at publi
auction to the highest bidder for casl
the following described tract or parce
of land lying and being in Roanok
Sf p.,d8 . v0Tlip . Hlif M cunty
State of North Carolina to-wit:
ThnHA loti nnit all jm.-.. .
thereon known as lots Nos. 39 and 40 ol
plat number twenty-nine of Patterson
Town, according to the map of the
aioresaia plat of lot No. 29 of Pattcrso
iown aa recorded in book Wo. 236 a
Page No. 7. in the Register of Dect
omce xor naniax county, Worth Ca
Una. baid lota fronts each fifty (fi
ieei on a newiy opened street, assho
Dyaaidpiat, and run back each tl
ARmfl Width hAturoan nnfallnl linna a
uuimieu uuuoiAiy-nve yioo) ieei w) lit
line between plats Nos. 29 and 30. I
Fhis, the 2nd., day of May, A.
B-l3-4t , A. L. CLARK. Truste
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
made by Florence ' Johnson and Jesse
Johnson, her husband, to me as Trustee
dated the Hth., day of July, A. D. 1919
and recorded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds for Halifax County, North
Carolina, on the 24th., day of July,
1919, in Book No. 307, at page No. 194,
Miss Mina Smoot
Office of MMon.Lonimd Matthawt
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. H
A. L. CLARK
LIFE AND FIRE
Loans Negotiated on Re
Reduced Qinie mA
This redudion is not a Special Sale, but in
conformity with our usual cuslom of a per
manent redudion to prevent carrying over
Compare Quality and Prices
The Plain Truth Will Be Revealed
Altho these reductions are permanent the moft choice articles will
be the firit to be sold - therefore the earlier you make your seledion,
the better the values you may seled. from.
COME IN TODAY
AWF FAMILY feJprTFITTERS V. :
3B ROANOKE t RAPIDS r.N.vClq
No Remarking - The Original Price Tags Remain
You Deduct One-Fourth to Arrive at Price
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