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We are often asked the above
question, and our ans\.v\- has in
variably been that no medicine
that gives satisfactory results
could be fraudulent. \\ e could
not afford to sell fraudulent medi
cines. Our business depends on
pleased customers—in fact anv
business does. Therefore, we
would take an enormous risk did
we not fulfil every promise made
our customers. We are very- care
ful of what we guarantee, and
when we do guarantee an article
we must know it pretty well—
what it contains and how'it is
made. \\ e have in mind the Rex
all line of remedies, particularly
Rexall Mucu-Tone, of which we
are selling large quantities at this
time of the year. Mucu-Tone is
one article that we can recommend
over our counter and know that
ninety-eight per cent, of its pur
chasers are going to be benefited
and will return to our store
pleased customers. Mucu-Tone
is a positive cure for internal
scrofula or what is commonly
called Catarrh. Jt is without a
doubt the peer of all tonics for
any one who is suffering from a
run-down condition, can't work,
feels constantly tired or suffering
from the more plainly described
symptoms of Catarrh—such as
stopping of the nose, cold in the
head or bad cough."
It must be remembered that Ca
tarrh is ii" t confined to the nose
and throat. It usually starts
there, but it Jeads more often to
serious trouble, particular'y the
wasting of tissues, as in the case
Of little Miss Dillon, of Albany.
Here is a letter from her father:
"My little girl had catarrh so
badly that the disease had begun
to eat into the cartilage of the
nose. Snuffn and instruments
failed to do more than give tem
porary relief. I saw the adver
tisements of Rexall Mucu-Tone,
but I could not believe that any
thing taken in the stomach could
cure the sore membranes of the
nose. However, I took advan
tage of your free trial offer and
my girl began taking your remedy
according to directions. I want
to say right here that Mucu-Tone
13 certainly the greatest medical
discovery cf the times, and to
thank you for the liberal offer
that first induced me to give it a
trial. Muco-Tone has cured my
daughter's catarrh completely.
The discharge has stopped alto
gether, and her breath is as sweet
as can be. Again thanking you,
MATT. DILLON, 24 N. Swan St.,
Albany, N. Y."
We are selling a large trial bot
tle of Mucu-Tone for fifty cents
on the famous Rexall guarmtet
of your money back if you are not
satisfied. We promise that one
bottle will put flesh on your bones
and bring new vitality to your
J. M. GRIFFIN, Druggist
Represented by the
Leading Agents ot all
Towns and Cities in
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The United Dru.j
turers of the Rexall
Remedies, for whose
preparations we are
agents in this city, make
200 remedies, one for
each ill. Each one is
especially prepared to
cure one disease, and
•that only. This is an
age of specialists. You
don't contract with a
plumber to build your
whole house, do you?
Why should you contract
with one proprietary
medicine to cure all your
Oftentimes you run
across a building con
tractor who has a sepa
rate plumbing depart
ment, his own plastering
department, and so on,
all of which dovetail to
gether and build the
house. This is just what
the United Drug Com
pany is doing for you
in the medicine line.
They have cut down
profits; they Manufac
ture Rexall Remedies for
ove- 2,000 retail" drug
gists: These 1 , druggists
fcre the only intermediate
profit that stand between
The United Drug Com
pany and the patient.
Could the United Drug
Company, of which we
are a member, afford to
make ore poor medicine
in-this line? Does not
common sense tell you
that one poor medicine
would ruin the sale of
the other 109 prepara
tions? If you bought a
Rexall preparation and it
didn't do for you what
we claim it will, would
you buy another one of
our articles? We believe
not. Therefore each «
preparation must be good
—it is good. We who
are in the drug business
know the formulas of
these Rexall prepara
tions. We believe in
them so implicitly that
we stand back of them,
with our guarantee to
refund you your money '
if they do not benefit
Elixir, 75c. \
Rexall Cherry Juice,
large bottle, 25c.
-196 other Rexall Rem
edies for 196 other ail
Underwriters Fire Insurance
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Company of RocKy Mount
Annual Statement of The Underwriters Fire Insurance
Company of Rocky Mount, N. C.
At The Close of Business December 31st, 1907.
Loans on First Mortgages, ..... $68,204.48
Cash in Banks, . . . . . . . 3,929.89
Due From Agents, . . . . . . 1.230.17
Furniture, Fixtures and Supplies, ... . . . 400.00
Accrued Interest, /. .. . . . . 2,611.56
Capital Stock, ....... $51,500.00
Surplus, . . . . . • . 17.071.04
Re-Insurance Reserve, . . - . . . 7.805.06
Wilkinson, Bulluck & Co.,
" icral Agents
The Rocky Mount Record, Thursday, February 27, 1908
To weak and ailing women, there is at least one
way to help. But with that way, two treatments,
mugt be combined. One is local, one is constitu
tional. but both are important, both essential.
Dr. Shoop's Night Cure is the Local.
Dr. 8hoop'« Restorative, the Constitutional.
The former —Dr. Shoop's Night Cure— is a topical
mucous membrane suppository remedy, while Dr.
Shoop's Restorative is wholly an internal treat
ment. The Restorative reaches throughout the
entire system, seeking the repair of all nerve,
all tissue, and all blood ailments.
The "Night Cure", as its name implies, does ita
work while you sleep. It soothes sore and inflam
ed mucous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and
discharges, while the Restorative, eases nervouf
excitement, gives renewed vigor and ambition,
builds up wasted tissues, bringing about renewed
strength, vigor, and energy. Take Dr. Shoop's
Restorative —Tablets or Liquid—asfa general tonie
to the system. For positive local help, use as well
GRIFFINS DRUG STORE.
While Bishop Strange was delivering
a sermon in the Episcopal church in
Williamston Wednesday night three
pistol shots were heard at the gate,
and the ushers, who rushed out, found
Mr. E. B. McGlohon dying. He was
conscious and said as he was entering
the churchyard a man arose in the
darkness and said, "You are the man I
want," and fired three times. There is
some mystery about the shooting, and
some believe it was suicide.
Grippe is sweeping the country. Stop
it with Preventics, before it gets deeply
seated To check early colds with
these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets is
surely sensible and safe Pi eventics con
tain no quinine, no laxative, nothing
harsh or sickening, Pneumonia would
never appear if early colds were
promptly broken. Ai&o gooii for fever
ish children. Large box, 48 tablets, 25
cents. Vest pocket boxes 5 cents
Sold by Griffin's Drug Store.
A country newspaper threatened ?o
publish the name of a voung man who
was seen with his sweetheart's head on
his shoulder if he didn't come across
with a dollar in subscription. Thirty
seven young men slipped in and paid
for the paper and letters were received
from three others saying that they
would subscribe just as soon as thev
•'sold a little cotton." —Ex.
The corporation commission has called
for a statement from State and private
banks to February 14th. The commis
sion announces that there are now 298
banks under State control in North Car
olina, a gain of 44 during the past yearg
In two years there has not been a fail
ure among them.
at reasonable prices.
You save Labor, Time
and Money when you
buy Implements that
wear well and work well.
The kind that we selL
We issue one of the best and most
y complete of Farm Implement Cat- V
A alogues. It gives prices, descrip- r
tions and much interesting infor
■ mation. Mailed free upon request. "
Write for it.
The Implement Co.,
1302 East Main St.,
RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. '
We are headquarters for
V. Crimp and other Roofing, Wire
Fencing, Barb Wire, Poultry
Write for. prices on any supplies or
Farm Implements you require.
Dr.: R. S. Cutchin,
Whitakej-s, N. C.
Dr. Louis R. Gorham
Rocky Mount, N. C.
Office in Brewer Building
Corner Main Street and Western Ave.
J)B. C. F. SMITHSON
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C
Dental Parlor over Kyser's Drug Store
F. A. Woodard W. L. Thorp
COUNSELORS AND ATTORNEYS
ROCKY MOUNT. N. C.
? DO YOU ?
: WISH TO BUY
A Diamond, Piece oi
Jewelry or Cut Glass
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If so, place your orders at home.
By buying from a home dealer you -
have a guarantee that the article is
what it is represented to be, for a
home dealer can't afford to misrep
resent. Besides you can do as well
at home as you can by buying from
foreign dealers. EVERY ARTICLE
bought from me is guaranteed to be
as represented. I have a large stock
to select from and the prices are as
low as you can get any Where;
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Jr JEWELER 39
Main Street Rocky Mount, N. C. '
F- J- THORPE, MD.
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON,
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Office in Thorpe Building, West Main
JACOB BATTLE R. A. P. COOLEY
Rocky Mt, N. C. Nashville. N. C
BATTLE & COOLEY,
Counselors and Attorneys-At- Law
T) R. L. C. COVINGTON,
U PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office W. Railroad Street.
Residence phone 214. Office phone 210.
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JNO. J. WELLS ,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office in Planters Bank
ROCKY MOUNT. N. C.
Show - Rooms
If you need or contemplate
needing anything in the
we have a large and
handsome stock on hand of
which we would be glad to
have you inspect.
BRANCH & THIJRMAN PLUMBING CO.,
ROCfcY MOUNT, N. C.
Huffines & Davis
Paul R. Capelle
J. L. Arlington '
Jacob Battle, Jr.
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