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J" : 'The Right Way" Gets .; : Hearty Endorsement In Raleigh The following appeared in the Raleigh News and Observer a bout the "The Right Way," photo-drama, which will appear at Peoples and Rosemary Theatres, Thursday, February 16th, , SoDOwerful and gripping is the great Thomas Mott Osborne's i photoplay, "The Right way" , 'now playing at the Academy of v Music that community leaders are outspoken in approval. Dr. Z. M. Caveness, president of the Chamber of Commerce of Raleigh, attended last evening's presentation and said in part: "I mnaider it an intensely interest ing and forceful picture and a true portrayal of facts and should be seen by every person in Raleigh. My son and I came a way deeply impressed. It is in deed a wonderful drama." This picture is of such merit and note that Dr. Harrison, Dean j of State College, A & E. has brought the picture to the atten tion of the student body and Dr. Carl Taylor professor of soci ology of the same institution has mpressed it upon his class that they should avail themselves of the opportunity. Such k the re cognition of Thomas Mott Os borne and his massive photodra ma. "The Right Way" and its author and sponsor was the sub ject Monday at the Rotary lunch eon, Raleigh, at the hands of for mer Secretary of the Navy, Jo sephus Daniels. Recently when this picture was shown in the city of Norfolk so intense was the , interest manifested that every civic organization in the city had it up for discussion and indorse ment. "The Right Way" is a real drama of love and prison and is replete with thrills and climaxes It's brimful of heart interest -, the sort of interest that you know ' is genuine. It's not a long lot of made to order sympathy; it's Life itself. It's a charming story-a story , of two toys. One is the victim of a heartless magistrate, the other the ictim of a 'Void digger." They're the kind of boys you meet every day. So eal and human are they that you actually feel that you have known them for a long time. ' Then there is a dual romance love affairs involving the two boys. The sweeter, truer love stories have never been picturiz ed. One is loved by a "gal" the other by a "lady." lioth repre sent all that a woman should be. You learn to love them as the story is unfolded; for they're what that poor boy would i roba ably have called "pals"-and ere scarce. therewith, Forms 1099 and 1090, until May 15, 1922, for the calen dar year 1921 or for any fiscal year ending in the year 1921 of the above. returns. Notice: Those making fiscal year returns not coming under the above General Extension, are required to work their information returns on Forms 1099 and 109l by March 13, 1922, showing amounts in excess of $1,000.00 paid during the calendar y ear 1921. Income Tax Forms Ready for Taxpayers A Double Mairiage The followine statement is is sued by the Collector of Internal Revenue, Gilliam Grissom, Dis-j trict of North Carolina, at Ral eigh, N. C: February 8, 1922. There is available and reaty for release the following forms for Federal income taxpayers on application: Forms 10 11, Fiduciary returns of income for the calendar year 1921. Foims 1099 and 1090 to make an information return, (direct to the Commissioner of Interna'. Revenue at. Washington, D. C.) showing the payment of $1,000 or more as salaries, wages, rent, interest; or other fixed and de terminable gains, profits and in come by an individual, business enterprise, fiduciary or institu tion during the calendar year 1921. Forms 1099 and 1090 must be in Washington by March 1", 1922, except as to those coming under the general extension ex plained below. GKNKRAI. KXTKNSIO.N A general extension is granted in which to file fiduciary returns, l Form 1011, and also partnership1 and personal service corporation j returns, Form 10i., and infor mation returns in connection; Clarence William Tailey and Miss Bessie Edmonds and Wil liam Roscoe Henderson and Miss Annie May Evans, all of Rose mary, N. G, cailed at the liaptist Parsonage last Saturday evening and were united in marriage un der one ceremony by Rev. C. T. Taylor. Mr. Bailey is a mechanic and Mr. Henderson is a weaver in the cotton mill at Rosemarx. Both couples remained in Emporia until Monday morning, when they returned to Rosmary where they will make their home. Em poria Independent. for' a few weeks during bad weather; when I went to take it out, found that rats had eaten great holes in two new tires. Got them later with RAT-SNAP." Three sizes 35c, G5c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Roanoke Pharmacy, Roanoke Rapids,. N. C, Tatterson Store Co.( Rose mary N. C. GO NO FARTHER The Evidence U at Your Door. Rnanoko Rapids proof is whut yru want anil the statement of this highly riKiwtwl rc'siiU'tit will banish all doubt: II ('. Single, butcher & grocer, Rosemary, Roanoke Riipiils, ny: "1 have used Doan s Kidney 1 ills and they certainly are line. It has been sometime since 1 last took Doan 8 but when I did use them they certainly were line for regulating my kidneys. The action of my kidneys wasn t normal and this bothered me consider ably. When I went to lift anything I tfniilil get sharp catches through my kidneys. Usually 1 had a dull ache ae-ro'i the small of my back which tired me easily. It was Donn's Kidney that relieved me of this trouble and 1 could then go about my work feeling fit." Cue, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., .Viis., liull'alo. N. Y. ' y Roanoke Pharmacy, Roanok Rapids,. N. C, Patterson Store Co., Rosemary; N. C. Roanole Chapter No. 1190.E.S meets the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 7:30. Visitors cordially invited. - Louise Wafford ' Pearle K. Pitt . W. M. Sec'y Tcu F-.mil nr. "Tills air I '''! familiar." 'a'd the UiUMeian as a (, I of w;ul ulii ! hi hat .:'!'. ; What Mrs. Brenninger, of New York, Says About Rat Poison ' "Tried preparations that kill j rats, but RAT-SNAP is the only lone that prevents disagreeable i odors after killing. Also HKe Mr. J. A. White Say, If You Have! RAT-SXAP because it comes in An Automobile, Keep Rat-Snap. j bandy cakes no m x.ng w. th I other food. oil don t have to "" ' d rty your hands, it's the best "If I knew about RAT-SXAP, for household use." Try last winter, would have saved; RAT-SNAP. Three sizes, 35c, $120. My car was in the garage cr. $1.25. Sold and guaranteed W. C. WILLIAMS UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Hearse Service Anywehre Floweri on Short Notice ROSEMARY, N. C. Day Phone 640 NiM Phone 589-J EAGLE "MIKADO"tW PENCIL No. 174 PI Mill U " Nwi335353rTO For Sale at Your Dealers Made in Five Grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY NEW YORK Store For Rent Rear of Virginia - Carolina Furniture Company Fronting on Second Street Roanoke Rapids. Immediate Possessiov Apply to T. W. MULLEN Rosemary, N. C. F This lit tie Stove do es all (liese tilings I N (act, it U a whole kitchen range packed into 10 .mail a snace and to 1-Jiht in weight that it can be carried to any point where you desire to connect it ffoyioint. w'1 cock an ent're mea e'ect"" radiant grill cally, which r,i2an that it will cook it perfectly. It meet the every-day household need and u an unequalled convenience' for special occa iom. It it th moit efficient method of preparing food became all of theheat oe. into the cocltmg, fLjtt ation of the liot- ilf WVitJ ELECTRIC AFfLIANbUI TIm perfect operation point Radiant Grill ii a prominent ckaracterittic of afl Roanoke Rapids Power Company : Roanoke Rapids, N. C. I i L '!' , '-'n1' "7 'A !... K (; 1 A V i V V Si '), SKOVQAARD' THE DANISH vToLl'hlST ... 1 -A Will Appear in Junior-Senior High School Auditorium Saturday, February 11, 800 P.M. , Prices Adults $1.00 Children 50c No Reserved Seats Drs. West & Crank DENTISTS Roanoke Rapids, N. C, Office! 2nd Floor Drug Store Building Dr. W. A. Carter VETERINARIAN WELDON, N. C. Phone SOJ E. A. MATTHEWS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Offices: First National Bank BuiHing Roanoke Rapids, N. 0 Classitied Advt Column WILL TAKE SEWING-CALL day or night. Back St., Old Town, over Mr. Charlie Medlin Mrs. T. B. Browninir. 4t BUFFET AND CHINA CLOSET Quartered Oak, good as new, for sale at bargain prices. Mrs. Van C. White, Hamilton Street, Roanoke Rapids. DR. W. L. DAVIS. EYE specialist, will be in Kosemary Tuesday, February lG-in Roanoke Rapids, Friday and Saturday, February 17 and IS. This is Dr. Davis' seventh year of practice here. It t INSURANCE OP EYERY KIND Worse Than No Home At All Tangled, twisted, wrecked beyond repair, is property in the trail of a tornado and only sound indemnity will pay the loss when your turn comes. Insure and be Sure The Hartford Fire Insurance Com pany will furnish the necessary funds to rebuild if yoy have a tornado policy. This agency is ready to serve you. Don't delay,' . - NATIONAL LOAN & INS. CO. Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Building & Loan Talk No. 1 What it is T lie Building & Loan Association is in its final analysis a mutual sav ings bank, whose only stockholders are its depositors. These deposit ors or shareholders participate in the profits of the Association n pro- o' tion to the amount nnd duration of their investment. All profits go ; ( to the shareholders. Running expenses are very small. What Makes it Safe First and foremost the fact that all its loans are secured by first mort gages upon what is if! the las! analysis the safes! security in the world improved-real estate. Loans are made only to shareholders and .s no loan is made for more than 75 per cent of what the property it ; thought to be conservatively worth. All loans musl be approved by the Board of Directors, and all property covered by loans must be in- " sured against loss both from fire and tornado. No money may be paid out except upon authorization of the Board of Directors and the Secretary and Treasurer is heavily bonded. The Association is under supervision of the Insurance Department of the State of North Caro lina. . V No Building and Loan Jlssocialion in North Carolina has failed to meet its obligations to its shareholders in the past twenty years. What Does it Pay Approximately 6 1-2 per cent free of town, school, county, State and . ; , Federal Income Tax. to installment shareholders. Prepaid sharehold- -ers, that is shareholders whose stock has matured, or shareholders who have invested in prepaid stock by paying in ax hundred dollars per share, are paid 3 per cent semi-annually, also tax free. Sixteenth Series Now Open Payments may be made from $1.00 a week up. If interested ask a V stockholder, .director or officer for further details. Watch this space , . next week., ,t. . ; ;, ' .-.V '' ' '' '. ' , '. ."'."' , . Roanoke Rapids Building & Loan Association Officer Herald Building Board of Directors J. A. Moore, Prest. CA.Wyche Y , L. S. Ca non ' Geo. L Hayes, ry W. S. Hancock W.X. Manning, V. Prest S. F. Patterson W.- L Long A. L Robertson C. F. Howard S. J. Bounds J.W.Martin. . W.D.Tillery J. E. McGee R. L Towa A. L Taylor T. M. Jenkins ';, .:!, ,1- A. ..