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Mrs. J. E. Jolnes underwent a
minor operation Monday.
Master R. C. Wagoner spent last
week-end with Dale Duncan.
Bruce Wagoner and family visited
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wagoner last
Sunday. ! t
Elder Everett Thompson will
preach at Cranberry church the third
Saturday and Sunday in May.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gambill and
little daughter Billie, went to Chapel
Hill and Raleigh Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crouse and
little son spent a few days last week
in Sparta visiting relatives.
Victor Jones, of Furches, had his
tonsils removed at the Sparta Clinic
Tuesday.
Miss Dixie Vaughan, of Indepen
dence, Va., has been spending this
week with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell entertained
last Saturday night at a birthday
party in honor of Mrs. Ralph Hub
bard.
Mr. and Mrs. Ayers and Mr. and
Mrs. Honeycutt, of Boone, were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
S. Berry.
Mr. and Mrs. Munsey Waddell, son
and daughter, Vince ^.nd Elma, of
Scottsville, were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Waddell last Sunday.
Floyd Irwin made a business trip
to Pennsylvania last week. He was
accompanied by his brother Amos,
who will remain there for some
time.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wagoner
and daughter. Rachel Gray, of Win
ston-Salem. spent last week-end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Wagoner.
— The —
FAMILY DOCTOR
(By John Joseph Gaines, M. D.)
THINGS WORTH READING
So many good—and bad—things
are in print nowadays, that we must
be careful, lest we go astray and be
lieve some stuff that is not good for
us. Sometimes in the little circular
that comes to my desk, I find some
of the brightest, most practical ideas
and so well worth reading.
A prominent woman, Marie Dress
ier, is quoted in “Food Facts,” in
substance, as follows:
The modern cult among women is
to reduce. No matter what happens
just so you ladies remain slim. You
resort to any means that promises a
slim figure—some of it dangerous
to you.
When you want to make a thing
better, you fatten it, don’t you? A
cow, chicken, pig.—fruit or vege
table—you grow them as big as pos
sible . . . Dressier sagely remarks,
“I never could see any beauty in the
human skeleton.” She is right, too.
Let me quote this interesting wom
an again:
“I fail to see where the fun is in
a life that holds nothing more than
a sip of orange juice for breakfast,
two biscuits and a raisin for lunch,
and a small portion of a grated car
rot for dinner . . . This is a cruel
diet for which there is no necessity.
Women are advised against eating
carbohydrates— and since they do
not know what carbohydrates are,
they ‘play safe’ and eat next to noth
ing at all.”
I know a lady neighbor, who must
weigh almost 300. She is as happy
a woman as I know. Seemingly per
fect care-free. I saw. her dining at
a restaurant the other day—she sat
at the corner on one of those little
perches provided for speed . . . She
was the picture of happy content.
Isn't that about all that matters?
Agricultural use of explosives is
a new subject taught farmers by the
Alabama Polytechnic institute ex
tension service.
USED CARS
—1931 TUDOR FORD
—1929 FORD ROADSTER
—1929 PLYMOUTH ROADSTER
—1928 CHEVROLET ROADSTER
—1925 DODGE ROADSTER
—1930 DUAL WHEEL TRUCK
Radio Supplies—Radio Service—Tubes Tested Free.
ALLEGHANY MOTOR SALES
SPARTA, N. C.
Gamoca d*/? OC
Furnace
White Ash
Lump
$6.50
Virginia
Blue Gem
$7.00
C-O-A-L
CAROLINA ICE & FUEL COMPANY
Phone 83 — Elkin, N. C.
“Whaf $ this gadget?”
he asked
—and we sold him 4 new tires
Goodyear
Fan Belts
Radiator Hose
Batteries
Spark Plugs
The “gadget” la a little machine that
shows the difference between ordinary
cord, used in other tires, and Super
twist cord, used in Goodyears... That
difference is in the stretch and come
back—you can see how Supertwist cord
stretches and comes back, how the cord
in other tires loses its life and elasticity
... It takes about 3 minutes to tell the
story—but as this customer said—“If
every car owner could see that demon
stration, there wouldn’t be anything
used but Goodyear Tires.”
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GOODYEAR
ALLGHANY MOTOR SALES
Sparta, N. C.
Decision Stirs South
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Judge James A. Lowell of the Fed
eral District Court at Boston by court
ruling bars extradition of negro to
Virginia on murder charge, challeng
ing the procedure of Southern state*
in excluding negroes from jury duty.
For Federal Reserve Post
Adolph C. Millet, of California, ia
the westerner given most considera
tion for the poet of Governor of the
Federal Reserve Board, according to
Washington reports.
FARM NEWS
By W. B. COLONS, County
Agent
WOOL
Wool prices at present are better
than they were a year ago. I real
ize that a large number of farmers
needs to sell their wool in order to
meet their current- obligations for
fertilizer, seeds, and other farm nec
essities. However it will be poor
economy for our farmers to sell their
wool at a comparatively low price in
order to get their money for it at
an early date.
The officers and directors of the
wool pools in the county will make !
an effort to sell our wool at the.
earliest date that it can be sold, at
the most favorable price that can be
had. It will be to the interest of
every farmer in the county to keep
their wool until the wool price for
this year is fully established, and
the best price obtainable can be had.
Hold your wool, stick to the pool, i
and get the price that your wool is
worth.
SOIL EROSION
The U. S. Department of Agricul
ture has made accurate checks and
found that 21 times more soil fer
tility is washed away than taken out
by crops each year. Anyone can
readily see that this is a tremendous
waste. We have had a large number
of hard washing rains this spring
and it is appalling to see the amount
of good top soil washed across roads,
into creeks and on out in the rivers.
It must be disheartening to any
farmer to go out and look at his
field filled with gullies as deep as
it was plowed.
Some of the most gullied fields
are the small field on the lower side
of pastures. Erosion of this kind
can nearly always be prevented by
a few hours work with a team and
plow. Deep furrows should be
plowed through the pasture to car-!
ry the water around the field in
cultivation.
Cut hillside ditches through your
fields, above your fields, or around
your fields if necessary to prevent
the fine top soil from being washed
away. Remember that your time and
labor is thrown away in cultivating
a field that washes badly. It will
cost more to build it back than your
crop will be worth.
BEER NETS 930,000 IN WEEK
Beer contributed about $50,000 to
North Carolina’s state revenue last
week, revenue officials have esti
mated. The figure does not include
the thousands of dollars which went
into municipal and county treasuries
from sales of dealers’ licenses.
BRITAIN HOLDING BACK
America’s first big move for giv
ing the world economic conference a
constructive sendoff by means of a
tariff truce failed Friday to gain the
support of the British government.
Air transportation increased 30
per cent in the United States dur
ing 1932.
! OUTSTANDING
NEWS EVENTS
■—of the—
PAST WEEK
ASK WALLACE’S REMOVAL
A resolution asking President
Roosevelt to remove Henry Wallace
as secretary of agriculture in the
Roosevelt cabinet was adopted Tues
day by the Minnesota Farm Holiday
association.
BEER IN' GEORGIA
Another moist spot appeared in
bone-dry Georgia Tuesday when the
city council of Douglas, in Coffee
county, announced approval of an
ordinance to permit the sale of beer.
ROOSEVELT PLAN SUPPORTED
Support of the Cotton Textile in
j stitute, representing one of Ameri
ca's major industries, was thrown
behind President Roosevelt's plans
for industry Tuesday night.
LINDBERGHS FORCED DOWN
Forced down in a swirling sand
storm, Col. and Mrs. Charles A.
Lindbergh spent Saturday night
safely on the windswept plains of
the Texas Panhandle, comfortably
protected in their plane, while wide
spread fears were raised for their
welfare.
TO PUT MEN TO WORK
A gigantic plan to put at least
3,000.000 men back to work in pri
vate industry on a specified date
was revealed in Washington Satur
day, reported as having the backing
of 25 chosen representatives of 56,
000 manufacturers.
FINE
REPAIRING
® Two Expert
Repairmen
In Charge
C. W. STEELE
Jeweler
E. Main St Elkin, N. C.
DR. M. A. ROYALL
Elkin, N. C.
SPECIALIST
in diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat
GLASSES FITTED
Reins-Sturdivant
FUNERAL HOME
Ambulance Service Day or
Night.
Phone No. 22
SPARTA, N. C.
PROGRAM
LYRIC THEATRE
ELKIN, N. C.
The Home of Good Pifetures
Saturday—
Buck Jones in
“The Sundown Trail”
Comedy-Serial
Adm. 10c-30c
Next Week, Mon.-Tues.—
Kate Smith
Queen of Radio, in
“Hello, Everybody”
Lyric Shorts
Admission 10c-30c
Wednesday Only—
FAMILY SHOW
TIM McCOY in
“Fighting for Justice”
Also Cartoon
Admission Only 10c
[ ROOSEVELT EXPLAINS PLANS
President Roosevelt outlined to
the nation Sunday night his ideas for
a “partnership—between the gov
iernment and agriculture, industry
,and transportation” in a full expo
sition of his policies—past and fu
i ture.
HOUSE REVOLTS
A band of “old fashioned Jeffer
sonian” Democrats in: the House re
volted Tuesday against President
Roosevelt’s proposal to relax anti
trust laws as part of his comprehen
sive program to reorganize industry
under government supervision.
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Tire Prices Going Higher
Bay Now! Save Money!
Sjfttif? with.
Tire prices have joined the upward trend.
We believe they will advance again—in fact, in
creasing prices of rubber and cotton are sure to
bring higher tire prices. Get your tire requirements
NOW while we are selling Firestone Extra Quality
Tires at these low prices. BUY TODAY! SA\ E
MONEY! the MASTERPIECE of
QkGOLD standard
^Tire Values
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TIRE CONSTRUCTION
CjrET Ol R liberal trade-in
allowance for your old tires in
exchange for Firestone High
Speed Tires — The Cold
Standard of Tire Values, tor
very little money we will equip
your car with Firestone Gum
Dipped Tires — the safest Tires
in the World. They have the
patented Extra Values of Cum
Dipping and Two Extra Cum
Dipped Cord Plies L'nder the
Scientifically designed A'on
Skid Tread — to give you
MOST MILES PER DOLLAR.
Don't risk accident another
tlay with inferior or danger
ously thin, worn tires. Trade
them in today for Firestone
High Speed Tires — the Tires
that hare won the 500-mile
Indianapolisracefor thirteen
are made by master tire builders. REMEMBER— your brakes can stop
your wheels, but your tires must stop your car.
tyLnnouncintf the
newTS re*tom
Super Oldfield Type
This tire is the equal
of all standard brand J
first line tires in Qual- &
ity, Construction JR
and appearance. |fi9
Sold at a price that 1|)Jh
affords you real *l|
savings.
FIRESTONE
OLDFIELD TYPE
This tire is superior
in quality to first line
special brand tires
made withou^ the
manufacturer’s name
and guarantee, offered
for sale by department j
stores, oil companies, j
and mail order catalog |
houses. This is “The «
Tire That Taught
Thrift to Millions.”
FIRESTONE
SENTINEL TYPE
This tire is of better
Quality, Construction
and Workmanship
than,second line
special brand tires
made without the
manufacturer’s name
and guarantee and
offered for sale by mail
order houses and
others.
FIRESTONE
COURIER TYPE
This tire is of good
Quality and Work
manship — carries the
name “Firestone” and
full guarantee — sold ,
as low as many cheap j
special brand tires 1
manufactured to sell
at a price.
SIZE
4.50-21
4.75-19
5.00-20.
5.25-18
PRICE
$5.8S
6.30
7.00
7.65
SIZE
4.75-19
5.00-19
5.25-18
PRICE
$5.65
6.10
6.85
SIZE
4.75-19
5.00-19
5.25-18
PRICE
$5.10
5.4$
6.17
SIZE
30x3%_
4.50-21.
4.75-19_
PRICE
$3.15
3.85
4.30
Compare Quality, Construction, Price
LOW COST MOTORING NECESSITIES
Dependable
Firestone
Batteries
$£40
PFe *c»// test any make of Battery
_ FREE
MAGNEX
BATTERIES
and ro«r
old ban ary
Firestone Spark
Plugs Save
h Gasoline
Each in Seta
We will test your Spark Plugs Free
MAO N E X
SPARK PLUGS
3 tor ft
The New Firestone Sealtvte I
Leakproof Tube
Extra Heavy Red
Tube. Coated inside
avith a special com
pound, which seals
i against air loss. Flexible
1 rubber salve stem —no
I chance for air leakage—
]J constant air pressure,
insures greater tire
mileage.
Firestone Brake Lining
The new Firestone
Aquapruf Cruke Using
is moisture-proof and
embodies a new princi
ple which produces
smoother brak nj
action and more po*i
| tire braking control.
We will test your Brakes
FREE.
Low *^40 P
a. Jm— *
Relining Charges Extra
;
Castevens Motor Co.
Sparta, ^N. C.
    

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