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Roanoke Rapids herald. [volume] (Roanoke Rapids, N.C.) 1914-192?, November 25, 1921, Image 8

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Plants . Ready for shtpment
300, 75c; 500, $1.25; 1000 for
$2.00 postage prepaid, tx
pressed 10000 for $15.00 cash.
Set plants now for early spring
heading, prompt shipments,
good plants guaranteed. We
want Cow Peas and Soy Beans,
any quantity. Mail samples and
we will make you an offer.
Councill Seed Company, Whole
sale Seedsmen, Franklin, Va.
riod of five years $2,000.00 and
upward on improved city and
farm property. Insurance
Department, Citizens Bank &
Trust Company.
Monoy back without qu.Mion
1 . - ..i,.imiB nlnD .WTVen
...IL niinioo ' DirunniRS
J (Hunt's Slv. n. So.p), fall In
the treatment 01 lion.
v innnm Tetter or other Itch
Ing .kin di.ee.ce. Try JU
li.atmcQt at out ilw
Taylor-Matthew Drug Co.
Roanoke Rapid, N. C.
Thos. W. WaHord
Hign Grade Repairing Our
Specialty. Terms Cash
ILcie 88 Fiarcle Rapids. N. C
Rosemary, N. C.
Dr. W. A. Carter
Phone 50J
stopped by
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Good Things .
For Xmas Cooking
Citron, Figs
Orange Peel
Lemon Peel
Seeded Raisins
Currants and Dates
Calif Soft Shell Walnuts,
Paper Shell Almonds,
Large Wash Brazils.
Celery, Lettuce and
Cranberries every week.
Try Our Celebrated Fruit Cakes
Rosemary Supply
Leaders in Fine Groceries
Phone 33 City
that Fire stops all industry-all
business all income; that Fire
would rob you of many dollars if
it were to burn your property.
Fire insurance is a necessity but remember that
the value of your insurance depends upon two
things: first y the unquestioned ability of the com
pany to make good all losses, and second, the
character of the service that that company and
this agency are prepared to offer you.
Thts is a Hartford Agency
National Loan & Insurance Co.
Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
Peoples Theatre
Prom-am for
Week of November 28th
T)iia Pay ShHr
Ham and Bud in "Winning the
Billy West in "Italian Love
The General
flnMuivn Presents
Pauline Frederick in "The Palsier
Lightning Bryce Serial
Stripes Bnd Stars
The Western Melody
rt in "The
r."One of
Wm. S. Hart in "The Bandit and
the Preacher." Une oi nan suei.
Paramount Presents Enid Ben
nett in "Hairpins.
Jack Hoxie in "Hills of Hate."
Effective December 1
our store will go upon a stridly cash basis. In order that we may
continue to give our customers the lowest prices on high grade foot
wear, we have found that every possible economy must be pradiced.
Overhead cosls musl be cut to the bone, we must discount our bills,
buy in large quantities for cash ourselves, if we are to continue to
save you money. We believe our customers will prefer dollars in
their pockets to accounts upon our books, therefore our decision to sell
stridly for cash on and after December 1 .
Even in This Store Policy Advertisement We Cannot
Refrain From Mentioning a Few of the Big
Bargains We Are Offering Daily
Men's Sell's Shoes, High Grade $5.00 Values
Endicott-Johnson Dress Shoes, Specials tomorrow
Ladies Oxfords and Pumps in patent, satin and kid, newest lasts
$7.50 to $8.00 .
A New Shipment of Men's Florsheim Shoes, regular $10 to $12 values, at
$8.95 to $9.85
Remember We Sell For Cash and We Sell for Less - Make Us Prove it!
Save Money on Shoes by Buying From
Member Coourn Chain of Shoe Stores
T. Jl. Dnm'flu M P ' V
Fifty Cents on the
Dollar of 1914 Prices.
Second ;
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n irh 1
eeoFcii d
Fifty Centsn the
Dollar of 1 Pices.
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A sale never heard of in this vicinity, in Halifax county, ,
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possibly not in the entire State! We hold on to our mot- t
to: "Fiftv cents on the Dollar of 1914 Prices." The
people are convinced, the crowds with smiling faces com
ing down with loads of merchandise is evidence enough
that our statements are bona fide and our word isourbond.
We say it, we mean it, we are going to slick to it,, our
floors are jammed with thousands of "dollars of army mer-
chandise thrown to the public at "fifty cents on the dollar
of 1914 prices." Shop early. Get the BeS Bargains.
Avoid the crowds.
For Lack of Space and Time We Can Only Mention a Few Prices
Army Overcoats Army Raincoats , ffi?""
$20 to $25 Values ' $12.50 Values
$6 .75 up $4,90 1 $6.75
Army Rubber Ponchos Ai7'ooBiT Army Marching Shoes ,
$8.50 Values. A limited quantity left and $4'50 VaIueS at 1,65 None better made in the world. A .mall
thejrare to go (or Khak; Breeche, quanUty leltto go at
$1.95 $2.50 Values at 65c $3.95
Heavy Choker Sweaters Army Slipover Sweaters Jersey All Wool Sweaters
$12.50 Values $3.00 Values $7.50 Values
$490 . 95c $1-95
Coat Sweaters 1 r O. D. Shirts Army Sheeting
. $2.50 Value New $7.50 Value 60c Value
79c $2.95 29c per yd.
Army Leggins I Army Blankets Camp Double Blankets
$2.00 Value $7.50 Value ' $3.50 Value
75c $2.85 $1.55 pair
O. D. Oversea Caps Army Overalls Loads of CiviHan Clothing
$1.50 Value $2.00 Values for the entire family at fifty
r AC cents on the dollar of 1914
ioC 0C prices.
$1.25 U. S. Navy Aluminum Plate - a life time article - the best souvenir
you can have in your home, that will remind you of the supreme sacrifice
made by our American Sons - Free with every $5.00 Purchased
Remember the Place Rabil Building
Second Floor
Sale Commences To-Day
Act Quickly!!
Look For The Big Sign
Fifty Cfol$ on the
pollar of.1914 Prices
Amniy Sloi
' 1 " " "
Rosemary, N.
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Fifty Cents on the
Dollar of 19H Prices.

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