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Mr. Wilkinson, of Tarboro, spent a
few days in the city with his son, Mr.
W. S. Wilkinson, last week..
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Vause have re
turned home from a visit to relatives
Mr. F. J. Garring returned Monday
night from a business trip to Chicag S
Mr. R. S. Burnette went to Oak City
Tuesday on business.
Miss Donie Abrams, of Greenville,
after a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. W.
Renfrew, in the city, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Timberlake, of
Greenville, were visitors in the city
Misses Beulah Harper and Belle
Yarborough went to Richmond, Va.,
Saturday, to visit friends.
Miss Nina Cooper went to Wilson
Friday to visit.
Miss Mary Phillips has returned from
a visit at Wilson,
Miss Lizzie Tomlinson after a visit to
Mrs. W. L. Banks in Wilson, has re
Miss Margaret Newell was home
Sunday from wilson, where she is at
tending the Atlantic Christian College.
Miss Mary Brown spent Sunday in
Tarboro, the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
N. V. Turrell. .
Dressmaking done at 107 Beale Ave
aoe by Mrs. H. W. ReDfrew.
Older "No-License Songster" from
Rev. D. H. Tuttle, Rocky Mount, N.
CL Get your Sunday School and all
offcer friends of prohibition to singing
wide-awake soul stirring temperance
flaaslc. 50 songs, 5 cents each or 30
cents per dozen post-paid. —tf.
For Kent —Furnished room on second
floor bath convenient. Apply to Capt.
Boarders wanted—Apply to Mrs.
Elizabeth Vick, corner E. Thomas
street and Atlantic avenue,
Wanted to rent— 6 or 8 room.;house.
Address "'A" care of this office,
Offices for rent in the Planters Bank
Building, with electric lights, steam
heat and all other conveniences. Good
location. Apply at the Planters Bank.
Wanted —Curtains and fancy work to
laundry; prices reasonable. Satisfaction
guaranteed. 297 corner ot Tarboro and
Mrs. Clyde Dickson.
I have decided to remain at home and
resume my music class. Having studied
under the best teachers in the South, I
am prepared to give a thorough course
m Music. My last course of study was
*nder Mr. Wade R. Brown of Baptist
University, Raleigh. Pupils entering
for spring term will receive a thorough
course in music. Best piano method
tanght. Time for lessons arranged to
sutt the convenience of school children.
Terms $2.50 per month. Can go to
borne of pupils when necessary.
Bonnie J. Nunn.
216 South church St.
One bay horse, eight years old, wil
weigh about 1100 to 1159 lbs, guaran
teed to work anywhere, gentle and
Fairly good roadster. Suitable
Ar* surrey. Edgar W. Smith.
The City Livery
Prices Reasonable !
We can serve you promptly
on short notice. •
The City Livery
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ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
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Thelßocky Mount Record, Thursday, February 27, 1908
j Phifer's Drug Store'
| Solicits Your Patronage I
1 For Wants In The Drug I
| Next Door To Post Office.
I MAKE UP YOUR MIND
To Use Only
75he Best Groceries
• •. • "" .. •
•;r•. - • • *
And to let tig furnish you. In that way
your health will be benefitted and your
peace of mind assured. We pay personal
attention to all orders entrusted to our care
M. BOBBITT ©.SON.
144 Washington St. Phone 331
I Your Credit is Good I
I With Us I
We will sell you anything you need I
-ISf.f * y . * ISif'
in the way of Household Furnishings l
■III-' ■ «-1 *
I for Cash or Credit as you please.
I Rocky Mount Furniture I
I Company I
I JAS. P. BULLUCK, Proprietor I
I You Can Draw Money |
H From this Bank any time you need it. But you'll think |j|
p| twice before you decide that you do need it. Every dol- m|
H lar you deposit is earning money for you at H
|| THE SAVINGS BANK * H
|S //A'A The money in your pocket |||
W 4 XfJ)" ' f 7:. . ... earns nothing. Most like- HI
|K ly is burning a hole gi
gi 4 i. there. Put it in the bank B
|K •jf i; ( j.- rrrhn' and make it earn its keep. 9
if Vr r' • • c £ i"ifc7 There is no reason why ffl
j|| ucj[: ..&s£! r;ir rr l n / your dollars should be ||j
H idle. Make them work ffl
ffl the same as you have to. Bj
|g \ / 4% compounded quarterly H
I Rocky Mount Sayings & Trust Co. 1
President V.Presldent Cashier
M THOS. B. BATTLE, J. C. BRASWELL, F. P. SPRUILL. if
THE NEW MARKET
Always keep on hand the Freshest and
Choicest Meats, Beef, Pork and Sausage.
to all Orders, given in person or by phone
Our New Accountant Register Keeps
Perfect Account of Your Purchases
Phone No. 17 City Market Rocky Mount, N. C.
IWe Matrimonial Attempts^
We have in our show window a very &
nice parlor lamp, price 15.00, which we m
intend to give to any party on the list 9
who will send us an invitation to their ■
marriage, and afterward we will give 9
for the next three months a nice nickle B
lamp for each invitation. n
Bullock, Philips Co. I
150 Washington St. « Rocky Mount, N. C
YOUR CHOICE IS HERK
§1 am still in business at the
same old stand and you will find
my market always supplied
with the choicest Meat, Beef
Fish, Oysters, Etc. My
special make of All Pork
Sausage is fine. I have two
phones in my market Nos. 51
and 395 to facilitate business
Prompt delivery and correct
keeping of accounts guaran
|z. B. BulluciT^.r^
RESOLVED, That beginning with the
New Year, you will pay all bills by
check. Cancelled checks are the
THE PLANTERS BANK
of Rocky Mount, N. C., will be glad
to have your checking account.
Call to see us, get a checkbook
and begin NOW! Deposits by mail
will receive the same careful atten
J. C. BRASWELL, J. W. AYCOCK, C. V. BROWN,
President. Cashier. Ass't Cashier.
It Will Save You Trouble I
To Let Us Send For Your Laundry 1
And return it. And besides our service is !
the best that can be had with the most
modern machinery with which our place is
Phone No. 7
And our wagon will respond promptly and
get your laundry. Respectfully
The Pearl Steam Landry
11 A full line of Garden Seeds both ||
|S Robert Buists' and T. W. Wood If
||j & Sons'. . • ll
| Griffins Drug Store j
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Rocky Mount.
Wm. H. S. BURGWYN. President. S. P. HILLIARD. Vice-Pres.
PAUL L. CAPELLE, Cashier. E. L. DAUGHTRIDGE. Viee-Pres.
JOS. B. RAMSEY. Attorney.
Wm. H. S. G. G. Levy, F. Y. Ramsey. W. S. Parker, R. D." Bulluck, J. B.lßamsey. S. P
Billiard, E. L. Daughtridge.
apital Stock, $25,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits, 2,500.00
This Bank Stays open on Railroad Pay Days lintil 9p. m.