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WE’RE ON OUR WAY
TO YOUR RESCUE.
Bumpy road ... a broken axle. Flat tire_
no spare .... Sunday suit. Little dramas and
tragedies that may happen to you or anyone
when least expected. Save time, trouble and
worry and money with a phone call to Brickell
Motor Company. Experts with complete mod
ern equipment speed to your rescue no matter
what the need. A mighty good phone number
to have in your important memoranda book.
BRICKELL MOTOR CO.
Rosemary, North Carolina
Oldsmobile Sales and Service
Gasoline :—: Oils :—: Tires :—: Accessories
FREE YOUR DOG
—the quickest, easiest way
Use Black Flag Powder. Dust
it on and the fleas drop like
rain. It’s sure death to every
last flea—yet safe to use. Can't
hurt even a pup. Clean. Odor
less. Deadliest insect-killer
known. Kills ants, roaches,
bedbugs, flies, mosquitoes,
too. Packed in glass to keep
its strength. o 1930« »• C*.
BLACK FLAG POWDER
MADB BY THB MAKERS OF BLACK FLAG LIQUID
W. S. Ivey spent Sunday at Vir
Mrs. Cooper Grizzard and son,
George, are spending some time at
Snow Hill, visiting relatives.
Mr. A. C. Zollicoffer spent the week
end at Virginia Beach.
Messrs Homer Jones, Jack Cassada
i>nd Cooper Grizzard are spending this
week at Nag’s Head.
Mr. W.L. Medlin spent the week-end
at Virginia Beach.
Misses Alice Virginia Poe and Mary
C. Shearin of Rocky Mount, visited
friends here Sunday.
Miss Sara Elizabeth Jenkins is vis
iting Miss Alice Virginia Poe at
Messrs William Manning, Ned Man
ning, W. H. Pruden, J. E. McGee and
Hugh Camp spent the week-end at
Messrs Bill Iddings and J. J. Wade
spent the week-end at Virginia Beach.
Miss Wilhelmina Branch, who has
been assisting in the play ground
work of Roanoke Rapids-Rosemary
for the past few months has returned
to her home at Enfield.
Mr. C. C. Shell spent Sunday at
Virginia Beach with Mrs. Shell and
daughter Charlotte Ann.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Griffin left Mon
day for an extended motor trip to
Mr. Charlie Smith and son, Phillip,
of Pikesville, N. C., spent Sunday
here with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cranwell and fa
mily have returned from a weeks visit
to Minnesott Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Matkins and
children, Marion and Russell, spent
Sunday at Ocean View.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams and son
and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. White spent
Sunday in Washington, b. C.
Mrs. E. J. Simpson has returned
to her home in Elizabeth City after
spending some time here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lampley spent
last week at Ocean View and Virginia
Mrs. J. R. Burton and children mo
tored to Emporia Sunday.
Mr. J. T. Welch spent the week-end i
in Charlotte with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. James, Misses ■
Dorothy, Maurice and Cammie Vaugh
an, Messrs Auburn Whitley and James f
f-pivey spent Sunday in Lasker visit- J
mg Mrs. Joe Bolton.
Miss Vashti Xonnemur is spending ]
the week at Norfolk and Ocean View.
Misses Merle Bell and Louise John- «
son spent last week in Copeland, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Bell and child- •
ren. Catherine, Ruth, Bessie and Mo
liella, motored to Potecasi Sunday.
Miss Virginia Mason Allsbrook of
Norfolk is spending some time as the '
guest of Miss Bennie Allsbrook. 1
Mrs. It. L. Lindsay has returned to ‘
her home in New York City after •
i pending some time with her sister,
I Mrs Cleophus Fray.
I Mr. William Hawkins of White
I Plains, Va., is visiting his brother,
Mr. Grady Hawkins.
Mr. Jay Draper of Lasker is spend
ing this week here with his uncle, Mr.
R. P. Smith.
Misses Doorthy Pope and Anna
Belle Wheeler spent Sunday at Ocean
Mr. H. M. Fowler spent the week
end in Fayetteville*.
Miss Cammiv* \ t.ughan left Tuesday
to 3perd a fsv days at Virgil u Beach
Miss Catherine Hines has return
ed after spending a week in Leaks
ville with friends and relatives.
Misses Margaret end Ott'.ey Cran
^ell and M»s. K. '\\. Elmore sfent last
v.eek at Minnesott Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. James, Mrs. L.
M. Spivey and children spent Sun
day at Rich Square.
Mrs. J. F. Welch and children are
spending some time in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mis F. M. Coburn and
children spvnt last week at Ocean
Mr. and Mrs. S C. Cook and fami
ly motored to Frfield Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith and chil
o’ren spent last week in Lasker.
Miss Sara MacDonald is visiting
friends and relatives in Fayetteville,
X. C. _
AND no wonder! Think
of having the coal-man
hack up to your door—de
liver a supply of coal—and
politely say, “No charge!”
That’s the pleasant experi
ence of the Heatrola Free
Coal Club members.
That’s why so many are
A $2.00 deposit enrolls
you. After tnat you
pay only $2.00 a week
until we iM*»^ your
and deliver your ton
of Free Coal. (One
half ton if you choose
a Heatrola Junior.)
Then you may begin
paying the balance
on our convenient month- Lj
ly payment plan. ^
On the first chilly Fall 1
day, with your Heatrola
ready to circulate health
ful whole-house warmth,
you can laugh in the face |
of old Jack Frost. '
But, remember, this
offer is limited. After
stop in, toon) or tele- I
phone and invite us f
to call at your home.'
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tte fondarful teat-mater jh
mmdfuat nur found tmly la ■
tte rtimliu fetaW H—trola. .S
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PHONE 177 Rosemary, N. C. PHONE 36 Ro&noke Rapids, N. C. !
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the Genuine Estate HEATROLA
There is only One Heatrola—Estate builds it i
Mrs. W. T. Treadwell of Franklin
ton, N. C., is spending a few weeks
here with her daughter, Mrs. L. H.
Miss Ola Wicker of Hopewell, Va.,
spent the week-end with Mrs. C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hazlewood
spent a few days this week in Nor
Mrs. William Clark and daughter
and Mrs. William Norwood of Fitz
hugh, Va., are visiting relatives here.
Miss Pauline Welch and Mr.
John Louis Welch spent the week-end
in Elizabeth City and Edenton.
Misses Wilma Hutchinson and Fan
ny Collier spent Saturday in Rich
Misses Margaret and Ottley Cran
w'ell and Mrs. E. W. Elmore speht
Monday in Hopewell, Va.
Messrs Milton and Garland Draper
of Rich Square spent the week-end
here with Mrs. C. W. Johnson.
Mrs. H. M. Fowler has returned
from Fayetteville after spending three
[weeks with friends and relatives.
Little Miss Marie Baird of Garys
hiirg is spending some time with Mrs.
J. M. Taylor.
Mrs. J. E. Grant and daughter of
Emporia, spent a few days this week
with her sister, Mrs. M. H. Hedgepeth.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and
children spent Sunday at Ocean View.
Mr. J. B. Garris of Norfolk spent
the week-end here with his sister,
Mrs. Cleophus Bray.
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Spivey of At
lanta, Ga., Mrs. C. L. Spivey and dau
ghter of Rich Square, and Miss Daisy
Spivey of Norfolk, were guests in the
home of Mrs. L. M. Spivey Tuesday. !
Mrs. C. L. Elton is spending some ■
time in Norfolk.
Miss Eulalie Robertson spent Sun
day at Ocean View.
Mr. Leonard Brewer has returned
to his home in Lawrenceville, Va., af
ter spending a week here with Mr.
Mrs. Willie Glover is visiting rela
tives and friends in Whitakers this
Miss Rosa Heath Long entertained '
a few of her friends on Thursday ev
ening August 7thf at her home on
Hamilton Street. Bridge and dancing
were enjoyed during the evening.
Those present were Misses Annie Ken
non Taylor, Priscilla Mullen, Ann
Coleman, Messrs Jimmie Beckwith,
Homer Jones, Jack Cassada, Johnnie
Bounds. Ice cold watermelon was
served as refreshments.
Miss Margie Cannon entertained at
a bridge party on Friday afternoon,
August 8th in honor of her sister,
Mrs. Frank Muller of San Fernando,
California, who is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Cannon. The home
was decorated with many summer
flowers. The high score was won by
Mrs. R. P. Beckwith and she was giv
en a linen luncheon set. The guest of
of honor, Mrs. Muller was given a bot- j
tie of perfume. At the conclusion of
the game Miss Cannon was assisted
in serving an ice course by her moth
er, Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. M. R. Vick.
Those present were Mesdames J. P.
Grizz*?.rd, W. C. Williams, W. H. Pru
den, J. R. Allsbrook, Hugh Camp,
Bohnson Weathers, T. W. Mullen,
Frank Williams, Frank Kemp, R. P.
Beckwith, M. R. Vick, G. C. Grizzard,
Misses Ann Coleman, Lucille Carlon.
Priscilla Mullen, Mrs. Coleman and
Mrs. Frank Muller.
Mrs. T. W. Gates and Miss Florine
Holt entertained jointly at contract
bridge on Wednesday evening at their
home on Hamilton street. High score
table prizes were awarded to the fol
lowing: Mrs. William Jackson, a Go
dey print make-up box, Mrs. J. T.
Chase, a hand painted handkerchief,
Mrs. Frank Wilson, boudoir powder.
At the conclusion of the game a salad
course followed by an ice course was
served by the hostesses. Those play
ing were: Mesdames Frank Kemp,
William Jackson, J. P. Grizzard, A. J.
Young, J. T. Chase, Fletcher P. Dick
ens, W. C. Williams, R. H. Goodman,
Frank Wilson, Julian R. Allsbrook, G.
C. Grizzard and Hugh D. Camp.
Miss Margaret Clark was hostess
to the Monday Night Bridge Club on
Aug 11th at Rosemary Lodge. Mrs.
R. P. Beckwith won high score prize
and was given a pair of silk hose. At
the conclusion of the game an ice
course was served by the hostess.
Those playing were Mesdames Hugh
Camp, J. P. Grizzard, R. P. Beckwith,
J. R. Allsbrook, W. H. Pruden, A. C.
Zollicoffer, Frank Muller, Misses Mar
gie Cannon, Elizabeth Bagley, Ruth
Transou, Lucille Carlon.
Herbert Edwards, 82, and his wife.
76, who had often expressed the wish
lot to outlive cvA other died i
than an hour apart at Sheerness, Eng.
Let your smile reveal White and heal
thy teeth. STAINOFF is not a Tooth
Taste but a liquid that instantly re
moves film, Medicine, Tobacco and all
ugly Stains from the teeth. Don’t ac
cept something said to be just as good,
but get the genuine STAINOFF. On
ly 25c. On sale at all Leading Stores.
Reviews Power Co.
(Continued from page one)
Besides this extensive development
and expansion of its power system,
your company is also endeavoring all
the time to give its customers more
service at less cost, even though the
dollar in the home budget of today
boys 17 per cent more electrical en
ergy than it did in 1920. Effective
March 1st, a new low rate was pro
mulgated for electrice service in the
home, thereby further reducing the
cost of electrical e n e r gy-j»pd^fford -
ing more and freer use of it f&r mi
nimizing the drudgery of routine
housework. This latest n,ew rate
makes “cheap electricity" available
especially for cooking, refrigeration,
t-nd water heating, and for the many I
other uses on the farm and home.
e ouowing tne inauguration of this
new low rate a special campaign was
put on by our New Business depart
ment as of March 17th, and up to
June 30th the merchandise sales to
talled 547 electric ranges, 591 refrig
erators and 329 electric water heat
ers, adding about 2,600,000 kilowatt
hours per annum to our energy sales,
more than twice the amount set as
the goal for this campaign—a splen
did record, especially during a period
when business conditions have been
Rogers at Wittiest in
“So This Is London”
When Fox Films selected George
M. Cohan’s stage success. “So 7his Is
London,” for their second starring ve
hicle for Will Rogers, the best known
personality in America, they selected
a story which not only was cut and
tailored to fit the Oklahoma cow
puncher but a story that Rogers has
long wanted to do for the screen but
awaited the audible screen for its
His debut on the sound screen was
in “They Had To See Paris,” which,
though a phenomenal success, was ac
claimed by Rogers himself as “just a
rehearsal.” He was trying out this
‘new-fangled invention,” so he said.
Wh«i letters began to pour in on
h>m from all over the world compli
menting him and begging him to do
another story then, and only then, did
Rogers become convinced that tUe
sound screen was his forte.
In “So This Is London,” whic the
Peoples Theatre will show Friday and
Saturday, Rogers plays the role of
“Hiram Draper,” Texas cotton mill
owner whose business duties compell
h’m to go to London to negotiate the
purchase of a cotton milll. Then the
Draper’s idea is that all English
men are either butlers or lords—one
drinking tea all day and the other
serving it to him.
Irene Rich plays again the role of
Rogers’ screen wife, Maureen O’Sulli
van as the English girl, Frank Al
bertson the son of Rogers, and Lum
pen Hare and Mary Forbes, the En
glish parents of the, girl. ‘So Thin
Is London,” is the forty-ninth direc
torial production of John G. Ely stone.
Fligel’s Style Shoppe
“ A Smart Shop For Smart Women ”
Phone 233 Rosemary, N. C.
Final Clearance of All
Every woman who practices economy will buy
one or more of these charming summer dresses
during our Final Clearance of all Summer
Dresses. There are several warm days ahead.
Be prepared for them by buying now at a great
saving. It's only because we want to make room
for our new stock that we’re able to offer these
attractive frocks at so low a price.
$12.50 Values $16.85 Values $19.50 .Value*
$5.00 $9.85 $11.88
For a few days only we are offering some of our
most outstanding numbers in popular priced
ladies’ shoes at special prices. These shoes will
give you good service the remainder, of the sum
mer, and are suitable for early fall wear. We
suggest that you buy early while these low
$6.00 *4 CQ $4.00 *4 QQ
Values_V 09 Values _$£.00
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