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iiifii' ijsfrslsrtrs lists! fsWitfi'sjWisV 1 Mn f ' 1 1 ffr .! --' 'Uk2vi&"Wi jM'-JJifejWtrfHiMWi'gjjiai I Hotpoint Electric Iron With " . Cantilever Handle $6.75 $1.75 down and remainder in easy monthly payments of $1.00 per month. Roanoke Rapids Power Co. Telephone No. 11 INSURANCE OF EVERY KIND TRUSTEE SALE OF LAND: NORTH CAROLINA: HALIFAX COUNTY: Under and by virtue of the power contained in a certain deed of trust executed to the undersigned Trustee by S. M. Paige, on the 21th day of December, 1919, and at the request of the holders of the note thereby secured, I will on Thursday, March 16th, 1922, at one o'clock, P. M., in front of the Bank of Littleton. Halifax County, North Carolina, offer at public sale, for cash, the following described piece or parcel of land, lying and being in the State and County above written, and in the town of Halifax, and being described as follows: Begin at Geo. Hucks southeastern corner intheHali fax Hotel Tract line, and; run along said Huck'c line a westerly direction 106 feet to Dobb Street; then along Dobb Street a southerly direction 82 feet to Owens Estate line; then along Owens Estate line 106 feet to stake in said Hotel Tract; thence along said Hotel Tract a northerly direction 82 teet to the beginning, it being the identical tract of land described in said deed of trust, which said deed of trust is recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Halifax County, North Caralina, in book 317. at page 158, to which reference i? hereby made for more minute description. This 14th day of February, 1922. Jos. P. Pippen, Trustee. 2-17-4t-j p p The Highway Commis;ion of Halifax County will offer for sale at Public Auction one lot of Stable Manure at its Gimp in South Rose mary on February 28. at 1 1 o'clock Terms: Cash Buyer (o remove in fifteen days from date of sale. Classified Ad vt Column WILL TAKE SEWING-CALL day or night. Back St, Old Town, over Mr. Charlie Medlin Mrs. T. B. Browning. 4t Can Influence Color of Goldfish. The color of goldfish Is modified by changing the amount of mineral tab stances In the water. When Windstorm Throws the Dice You are a certain loser if you are not insured. You may have been lucky in the pas! - but luck will turn. Insure and be Sure There is no way of protecting your home should wind go on a rampage. Sound insurance in the Hartford Fire Insurance Co. will pay for all loss caused by tornadoes or windstorms. NATIONAL LOAN & INS. CO. Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Life Insurance Most agents try to sell DEATH In surance. Did it ever occur to you that all your policies are payable (face value) to somebody else, and at death only? Did it ever occur to you that you mifjht live until all the reason for which you have burdened yourself with insurance have passed away and you are left alone with some body about whom you care very little who is simply waiting for you to die to get your insurance. But if they knew you were going to get five or ten thousand dollars in cash, when you were 65 they would make the old man's pallet very comfortable, wouldn't they? Our policies can be illustrated by six straight liness If you do die, it pays $5,000 If you live to age of 65 it pay you $5,000 -If you are killed, it pays $10,000 The payments may be limited But if you become totally disabled ' do more payments required - And in addition the Company will pay you $50.00 per month till you die or reach age 65 and then pay you $5,000 without any deduction for premiums you have not paid us, nor for the monthly payments we have paid you. R. T. JEFFREYS, M. R. ROBBINS, District Agents Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Bos 198 THE STATE LIFE Indianapolis. . . Building & Loan Talk No. 2 No Building and Loan Association in North Carolina has failed to meet its obligations to its shareholders in the past twnety years. Method of Operation Deposits are made by stockholders weekly or monthly in sums from one dollar per week up. An entrance fee of fifty cents per share, paid at the time of subscription, is required. For each share subscrib ed there must be made a weekly deposit of twenty five cents. There is no limit to the number of shares subscribed. Payments must be made until such time as the deposits and the inter est earned on same together aggregate a par value of $100.00 per share. At that time, approximately six years and four months, the series is retired by the payment in cash to the depositors of one hundred dollars for each share they may hold. The present earning rate is about six and a quarter per cent, and on account of a reduction in taxes on Building & Loan Associations en acted at a special session of the Legislature, this rate will probably in crease to more than six and a half per cent during the present year. Tax Exemption Income derived from and deposits made with Building & Loan As sociations are free of town, county, school, State and Federal Income Tax! Sixteenth Series Now Open Payments begin Saturday, March 4. Subscriptions can be made now to any officer or Director or handed in at the office. Roanoke Rapids Building & Loan Association . Of f ices Herald Building Board of Directors J. A. Moore, Prest W. L. Manning, V. Prest C. A. Wyche S. F. Patterson L S. Cannon W. L Long Geo. L Hayes, Jr. A. L Robertson W. S. Hancock C. F. Howard S. J. Bounds J. W. Martin W.D.Tillery J. E. McGee R. L Towe A. L Taylor T. M. 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