North Carolina Newspapers

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Fred Richardson spent a few days
in Charlotte tjiis week on business.
Congressman Doughtpn spent the
week-end with his family here.
W. E. Graham, of Statesville, was
a visitor in Sparta Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reich, of Elk
in. were visitors here Sunday.
Mrs. Izetta Rosendahl and son,
Fredrick, of Dobson, are visiting rel
atives in, Sparta.
George Nichols and son, Ralph, of
Beaver Dam, Virginia, spent last
Thursday with Mrs. R. M. Nichols.
Glenn Andrews, of Lenoir, spent
a few days with his family here
this week.
Miss Mildred Shores spent the
week-end with relatives at Bridle
Creek, Va.
Mrs. Luther Edwards, who has
been right sick for several weeks is
slowly improving.
Your penny will be worth a dol
lar in the Rexall lc sale at B. & T.
Drug Store next week. See their ad.
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Richardson
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Crouse.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson, of Mt. Airy,
is spending some time in Sparta
v'siting relatives.
Dalton Warren made a business
trip to Roanoke an Lynchburg,
Virginia, last week.
Mr. W. C. Ezell. District Super
visor of Relief, Chapel Hill, was in
Sparta Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Jones and
children, of Chestnut Hill, spent last
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Collins.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hubbard and
little son, Billie, spent last week-end
with relatives in North Wilkesboro
and Moravian Falls.
Chas. H. Warren, State Assistant
Supervisor of State, Vocational Re
habilitation. was in Sparta Wednes
day on business.
Clerk A. F. Reeves requests all
guardians to make returns and re
new all bonds necessary immediate
ly.
Mrs. Dewey Sturdivant is spending
this week at Independence, Va., with
her mother, who has been critically
ill with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cheek and
little daughter, of Maryland, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Rector.
Mr. Charlie Bryant, of Bridle
Creek, Va., spent a few days in Spar
ta this week, the guest of his daugh
ter, Mrs. C. W. Higgins.
Mrs. Charity Simpson, a highly
respected colored woman, died at
her home near Sparta last week and
was buried at White Plains.
Mrs. W. T. Rector is improving
from a recent illness. She returned
from a Statesville hospital Tuesday
where she was taken Sunday for
treatment.
Roger Thompson spent last Sun
day with Dwayne Irwin.
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sparger and
little daughter, of Dobson, were the
week-end guests of the latter’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wagoner,
last Sunday.
Mrs. Finis Wagoner and daugh
ters, Misses Mildred and Cathleen,
spent last week-end in Shelby with
Mr. Wagoner, who has a position
there.
Mr. H. Monholland and two sons.
Claude and Carl, and Mrs. Claude
Monholland, of Corbin, Ky., spent
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Bain
Do ugh ton.
China's part in the open door
which Japan is planning to maintain
in Manchuria, we take it, will be to
serve as the mat.—Norfolk Vir
ginian-Pilot.
ADMINTRATOR’S NOTICK
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of J. T. Lynch, de
ceased, notice is hereby given to all
persons holding claims against the
estate to present them to the under
signed within twelve months from
this date or this notice will be plead
in bar of recovery. All persons in
debted to the estate are notfied to
make immediate settlement.
This March 7, 1938.
P. L. CHOATE.
4-13 Administrator,
NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
ALLEGHANY COUNTY.
C. A. Doughton, a citizens of Alle
ghany county, North Carolina, here
by .enters and lays claim to.' a cer
tain parcel of land in Gap Civil
Township, said State and county,
described as follows:
Beginning on a stage in tne vir
giniatNor’th Carolina State line run
ning west with the State line across
an island in New River, then var
ious courses so as to include all the
island lying in the state of North
Carolina.
Entered the 10th day of April,
1933.
V. \\*. REEVES, Register
of Deeds and Ex-Officio
Entry Taker. 5-4
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Meridy , Hill, de
ceased.’notice is hereby given to all
persons holding claims against the
estate to present them to the under
signed within twelve months from
this date or this notice will be
plead' in bar, of recovery. All per
sons indebted to the estate are
notified to make immediate settle
ment.
This February 4, 1933.
J. K. TAYLOR,
SALE OF LAND UNDER DEED OF
TRUST
NORTH CAROLINA.
ALLEGHANY COUNTY.
By virtue of the power contained
in a certain Deed of Trust executed
by Coy Anders and wife Minnie An
ders, to the undersigned trustee on
November 10, 1928, recorded in
Book 14. at Page 482 of mortgages
for Alleghany county, securing cer
tain bonds, default having been made
and demand made for sale, I will, on
Saturday, April 22, 1933 at 1
o’clock p. m., on the premises, sell
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ALLEGHANY MOTOR
SALES
Sparta, N. C.
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4.50- 21.. 6.30
4.75-19- 6.85
5.00- 19- 7.35
5.25-18- 8.35
5.50- 19- 0.50
6.00- 20-30.80
6.50- 19.13.00
to the highest bidder for cash, the
following described tract of land:
Adjoining thp lands of John B°.
Murphy, Joseph Evans Jim Vaughan,
Hugh Bedsaul and others and con
taining 27 21-100 acres more or less
and being the two tracts of land con
veyed to Coy Anders and Minnie
Anders in Deed made the 10th day
of November 1928 and which is duly
recorded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds for Alleghany county,
and to which reference is hereby
made for further description. The
above land is in Glade Creek town
ship, said county and state.
This, March 14, 1933.
CARLIE Ml'RPHEY,
4-20 Trustee.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE OF
LAND
NORTH CAROLINA,
ALLEGHANY COUNTY.
By virtue of the power conferred
in the undersigned trustee, in a cer
tain deed of trust, executed by I. E.
Edwards and Nannie Edwards, his
wife, and Q. G. Edwards^ and wife.
Verlie Edwards, dated September
25, 1924, recorded in Book 12, page
38S in office of Register of Deeds
of Alleghany County, N. C., to secure
payment of certain notes mentioned
therein, default having been made
in the payment ot said notes, they
making demand for sale by the hold
er, I will offer for sale to the high
est bidder on the premises, the fol
lowing described two tracts of land;
on Friday at 1 o’clock, April 21,
1933:
FIRST TRACT: Lying on water
of Little River, bounded on the
North by the lands of Robert Brooks
and Martha Edwards; on the East
by the J. P. Andrews’ farm; South
by the Matin Evand’s land, and
West by the lands of Plat D. An
drews, being all of the tract of land
upon which the said I. F. Edwards
and Nannie Edwards now reside,
containing 130 acres, more or less.
SECOND TRACT: On waters of
Little River, bounded on the North
by the lands formerly owned by L.
E. Norman: East by lands of Martha
Edwards; South by lands of G. L.
Duncan and West by Little River,
being the tract of land upon which
Q. G. Edwards formerly resided, con
taining 4 0 acres, more or less.'
This March 20. 1933.
GEORGE CHEEK.
4-20 Trustee.
Dr. W.B. Reeves
EYE-SIGHT SPECIALIST
of Norfolk, Va.
WILL BE IN SPARTA
at B. and T. Drug Company
Monday, April 17th — one day only
EYES EXAMINED, GLASSES
FITTED
TIMES ADVERTISING GETS RESULTS!
The New Deal Is Here!
Markets Are Swinging Up!
We have some extra values for Friday and Saturday Easter Sale. We are ready
and willing to work with you. Our business is distributing the necessities to you at
the very lowest possible prices. Our stock contains so much variety that it is out of
the question to name very many prices. Come and see us at Smithey’s Store, Spar
ta, N. C. See for yourself! Do this on Friday or Saturday BEFORE EASTER!
New Easter Dresses, just
arrived—
$1.95 to $2.95
Children’s Wash Dresses—
29ct0 45c
Ladies’ Wash Dresses—
3fOT $1.00
Ladies’ All - Wool Skirts,
each—
95c
Beautiful all-wool Sweaters
for Ladies in the wanted
colors.
Men’s Sweaters—
39c-95c
Men’s and Boy’s Shirts, only
25c
Men’s Silk Hose—
8‘2C
Men’s Work Socks, pair—
5c
Men’s B. V. Ds —
19c
Men’s 2-piece Underwear—
29c
Men’s and Boys’ Dress
Trousers—
98c to $2.95
Ladie’s sport Oxfords, pair
$1.19
All Tennis Shoes, pair—
48c
Ladies’ and Misses’ Beach
Sandals, pair—
48c
Ladies’ all-silk, full-fash
ioned Hose—
2 pairs $1.00
Men’s Work Oxfords, pair—
$1.48
Children’s one'half Socks,
pair—
Sc
Do not fail to see our com
plete line of Endicott-John
son Shoes.
BETTER SHOES FOR
LESS MONEY!
Grocery Department
CASH BUYERS OF PRODUCE! “EC® WE BUY THEM BY THE BUSHEL”
Cigarettes, all brands
Package——_
10c
Sugar
Pound__—
4%
Pepper
Pound...
20c
Lard, 8
Pound.
45c
Loose Oatmeal
Pound..
H/oC
Oatmeal
Package
5c
25c
Good Coffee
2 Pounds.
Rice
Pound
3c
P & G Soap, 10 cakes and one 10
quart Bucket,
All for_
10 Quart Enamel
Bucket
19c
Corn,Flake, 2
Packages for
15c
16-Ounce Garret
Snuff
79c
8-Ounce Garret
Snuff—.—
40c
Queen of the West Flour €%
100 pounds
Complete line of aluminumware at
Lowest Prices in History!
Brooms
Each
Fat Back
Pound
10 Cakes
Soap
15c
6c
15c
Eight boxes soda, one
Cake Pan __
25c
MANY MORE BARGAINS WE DO NOT HAVE TIME TO MENTION. COME AND
SEE FOR YOURSELF BEFORE EASTER!
Smithey’s Store
SPARTA,
NORTH CAROLINA
    

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