North Carolina Newspapers

    LOCAL.
HAPPENINGS
F. G. Richardson spent last week
In Charlotte.
Mrs. Clete Choate is the guest of
Mrs. B. 0. Choate this week.
Reeves Douglas spent last week
end with relatives in Galax, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E- Joines visited
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Edwards Sunday.
Fred Hardin, of Mouth-of-Wilson,
Va., was a visitor in Sparta Sunday.
Sergeant Guy Duncan is spending
a few days with his family this week.
Miss Ruth Black and Mrs. Charlie
Williamson were in town Saturday.
Mrs. W. P. Irwin, of Stratford, is
visiting relatives in Sparta ths week.
J. M. Williams is still confined to
his bed from a fall several days ago.
Mrs. Dewey Truitt has been right
sick with rheumatism several days.
Mrs. Caroline Irwin fell last Sun
day morning and received painful in
jury.
F. T. Wagoner, of Shelby, spent
the week-end with his family in
Sparta.
Mrs. F. L. Sanders, of Marion, Va.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. John M.
Cheek.
Jay Hardin will buy wool begin
ning immediately. See him for
prices.
J. R. Hawthorne and son, James,
made a business trip to Raleigh this
week.
Miss Susie Thomas and J. M.
Cheek, Jr., spent last week-end with
friends in Galax.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Nichols and
Bertrice Absher spent last Saturday
in Wilkesboro.
Mrs. G. R. Douglas and little
daughter, Naomi, spent last Sunday
at W. M. Irwin’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Irwin and
little son, Howard, visited at Dan
Jones’ last Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Doughton and little son,
Bobbie, are spending a few days at
their home in Sparta.
Mrs. S. J. Thomas, of Hamlin, W.
Va., spent the week-end with his
family, returning Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Richardson
and Mr. and Mrs. Silas Nichols spent
last Saturday in Winston-Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Whitaker, of
Springfield, Mo., are spending some
time with relatives in this county.
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Richardson
left Monday for Mars Hill where Dr.
Richardson has accepted a position.
Mrs. Boyd Higgins and little son,
Jackie, spent the week-end1 with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Blevins.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Vaughan, of
Loveland, Colorado, are visiting the
latter's sister, Mrs. George Cheek.
The Clerk of Superior Court re
quests all magistrates who have been
reappointed to be qualified before
him at once.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Richardson
and little daughter, Maybelline visi
ted Elder and Mrs. F. E. Thompson
last Sunday.
Hon. R. A. Doughton returned
Tuesday from Raleigh, where he has
spent several months in the State
Legislature.
Mrs. John M. Cheek returned
Monday from Winston-Salem where
has has undergone an operation. She
is recovering nicely.
Mr. Erwin D. Stevens, of Lilling
ton, is in Sparta getting acquainted
preparatory to taking charge of The
Alleghany Times on June 1st. His
family will follow some time this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hubbard and
little son, Billie, visited Mss. Hub
bard’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon,
of West Jefferson, last week-end.
Mis#^®fc Reid Landreth returned
from a visit to Galax, Va., Sunday.
She was accompanied home by Mrs.
Paul Wilson, Mrs. Virginia Bour
roughs and Miss Walker.
All interested persons are reques
ted to meet at Shiloh church on
Tuesday, May 30th for the purpose
of cleaning off the cemetery and
making such improvements as may
be necessary. Bring sharp scythes
and mattocks. Come early and
bring dinner prepared to stay all
day. It is hoped that there will be
preaching services after dinner.
OUTSTANDING
NEWS EVENTS
—of the—
PAST WEEK
-
JAPAN TO FORM STATE
Japan plans to form a supervised
state of North China to co-operate
with Manchukuo, the London Herald
quoted a high Japanese official as
saying Tuesday. Cessation of hosti
lities is impossible as long as the
Nanking government rules China,
the official said.
FARM STRIKE POSTPONED
The national farm strike which
was to have started at midnight Fri
day night was indefinitely post
poned late Friday to give President
Roosevelt’s administration ‘‘an op
portunity to fulfill pre-election
pledges to the farmers.”
SIGNS FARM RELIEF BILL
President Roosevelt signed the
farm relief-currency bill Friday, sig
nalling the assumption by his ad
ministration of the broadest powers
ever delegated to an executive and
his advisors in peacetime.
REVENUE IS HIGHER
For the first time in more than
10 months of the 1933 fiscal year
the government’s collection from all
sources has surpassed those for the
same period of the previous year.
FRANCE SEEKS BARGAIN
The government of France is
ready and willing to pay to the
United States the $19,000,000 inter
est which it failed to remit last De
cember if the American government
will grant a moratorium on the $40,
000,000 debt installment due next
June 15, and has so informed Presi
dent Roosevelt.
PLEDGES SUPPORT
Speaker of the House Rainey Tues
day pledged the speediest possible ac
tion on President Roosevelt’s busi
ness recovery program which was
submitted to Congress Wednesday.
CAROLINAS' BUSINESS IMPROV
ING
A survey of a large number of in
dustries located along the Carolina
and, Northwestern railway, operating
from Chester, S. C. to Edgemont, N.
C., 133 miles, Friday showed more'
traffic and more business than in
many months.
WANT CASH, NOT JOBS
Comfortably filled with army food
and snugly housed in army tents; the
new bonus army Friday night found
the idea of going to work in Presi
dent Roosevelt’s forest camps any
thing but a pleasant one.
ODD FELLOWS MEET
Odd Fellows from throughout
North Carolina began arriving in
Winston-Salem Tuesday for the an
nual sessions of the Grand Lodge of
the Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, which opened a two-day meet
ing Wednesday afternoon.
WYOMING WET
Wyoming Tuesday definitely be
came the fourth state to go on record
as favoring repeal of the 18th
amendment.
OPENING NEW
Hardware Store
George T. Callaway and T. J. Matthews will have charge
of our new store on Grayson Street.
We expect to, open with a full line of Hardware and
Sporting Goods, etc., about June the first.
We urge every hardware purchaser to see our brand
new stock and compare our prices
J. C. Matthews & Co., Inc.
Opposite the Peoples State Bank
Galax, Va.
MUST PASS ON TAX ON
SATURDAY
The legislature Saturday passed a
law to require merchants to pass on
the sales tax. Mandatory regula
tions of the method of passing it on
j are to be promulgated by the com
missioner of revenue.
ROOSEVEUT SHAPES PEA NS
President Roosevelt readied him
self Sunday to top off his domestic
emergency reconstruction drive this
week in a comprehensive proposal
;o Congress for employment and
ausiness stimulation through public
works and industrial management.
CARRIER NEAR TIENTSIN
Chinese reports Saturday said a
Japanese aircraft carrier had ar
rived off Tngku, at the mouth of the
Pai river, 35 miles east of Tientsin.
Six Japanese fliers were said to have
taken off for a scouting expedition
over the countryside.
®SOCi ETY..
Mrs. Choate Entertains
Mrs. Clete Choate gave her moth
er, Mrs. Nora W. Jones, a surprise
birthday party last Saturday evening
at 6 o’clock.
' Those present were Mrs. Katie
Warden, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Warden, Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. Warden, George
Warden, Ralp Warden, Rondon War
den, Garnett Wooten and Harry
Smith.
Mrs. Jones received many beauti
ful gifts. Everyone enjoyed the
dinner and family gathering.
A Delightful Shower
At host of friends and relatives
gathered at the home of Mr. and i
Mrs. G. C. Edwards on Saturday
evening, March 18th to give Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Edwards a shower. The
evening was spent playing games
and at a late hour refreshments were
served. Many beautiful and useful
gifts were received by the bride and
groom.—Bel Air, Md., Aegis.
Hendrix-Evans
Homer Evans and Miss Mae Hen
drix surprised a number of their
friends Wednesday by motoring up
to Sparta and getting married.
Mrs. Evans is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hendrix, of Hare.
Mr. Evans is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan Evans, of Eunice. These
are popular and well known young
people, and have a host of friends
that wish them long and happy lives.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Alleghany
county, North Carolina made in a
special proceeding entitled P. L.
Chbate, Administrator, vs. Cleopatra
Lynch et al, the undersigned com
missioner will sell on the premises
on Monday, June 5th, 1933, at one
o’clock P. M., at the highest bidder,
certain tracts of land lying and being
in Alleghany county. Gap Civil
township and described as follows:
FIRST TRACT: Bounded by the
lands of Bob Sexton, Jim Reeves,
Deal Cox, Ben Lynch, Bert Shumate,
Arthur Sexton and others and known
as the J. T. Lynch home place.
SECOND TRACT: Bounded by
the lands of Joe Maxwell, Johnnie
Washington, Calloway Cox, Lon Mc
Reeves, Ben- Lynch and others and
known as the Doughton land.
This land will be sold in small
tracts. Terms: One-third cash on
day of sale and balance secured by
good notes.
This the 28th day of April, 1933.
P. L. CHOATE,
5-18 Commissioner
NOTICE OF SALE
NORTH CAROLINA,
ALLEGHANY COUNTY.
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale in a certain deed of trust
executed on the 21st day of May,
1929 by W. F. Burchett and wife,
Nettie Burchett, to the undersigned
trustee to secure certain indebted
ness, default having been made in
the payment of the notes secured
thereby, and at the request of the
holder of said notes, I, the under
signed trustee, will, on Monday,
June 5th, 1933, at one o’clock p. m.,
at the courthouse door at Sparta, N.
C., sell to the highest bidder for
cash, to satisfy said indebtedness,
interest and costs, the following
described real estate, to-wit:
Lying and being in Alleghany
county, Gap Civil township, in the
town of Sparta, bounded on the
north by the lands of Nettie Burchett
on the east by the lands of Nettie
Burchett, on the southeast by lands
of the Edwards sisters, on the south
by the lands of C. M. Richardson, on
the west by the lands of W. Glenn
Fender and Dr. J. L. Doughton. This
being the identical land conveyed by
deed from R. A. Wagoner dated
Jan. 25, 1928, and recorded in Book
38, page 368, to which deed and re
cord reference is hereby made for
a more specific description of said
land.
This fclay 3rd, 1933.
L.E. ED WARDS,
5-25 Trustee.
“Will you please insert this obitu-|
ary notice?” asked an old gentleman
of an editor. “I make bold to ask
it because the deceased had a great
many friends about here who'd be
glad to hear of his death.”
Doctor: “You must avoid all
forms of excitement.”
Male Patient: “But Doctor, can’t;
,1 even look at them on the street?”
NOTICE
All persons owing me book ae-'
counts for last year must come in'
immediately and settle either by cash
or note. We positively must close
the old accounts so we are expecting
you to take care of this without fur
ther notice.
JAY HARDIN.
NOTICE OF HALE OF LAND
North Carolina,
Alleghany County.
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Alleghany
county. I, undersigned commissioner,
will, on Monday, June 12th, 1933,
at ten o’clock a. m., on the premises
on the waters of Meadow Fork Creek,
in Cranberry township, sell to the;
highest bidder, the following des
cribed real estate, to-wit:
A tract of land adjoining the lands
of Geo. Richardson, Dr. Don Long,
Frank Brinegar, Will Warden and
others, containing approximately 50
acres, this being the old home-place
of the late Aaron Osborne.
Terms of sale: one-third cash on
day of sale: balance on six and
twelve months time, with secured
notes.
This the 3rd day of May, 1933.
J. A. OSBORNE,
5-25 Commissioner.
FINE
REPAIRING
I
Two Expert
Repairmen
In Charge
VC. W. STEELE
Jeweler
E. Main St Elkin, N. C.
DR. M. A. ROY ALL
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 Pictures
Saturday—
HOOT GIBSON in
“The Boiling Point”
Comedy-Serial
Adm. 10c-30c
Next Week, Mon.-Tues.—
Bert Wheeler and
Robert Woolsey in
“Hold ’Em Jail”
News-Cartoon-Comedv
Admission 10c-30c
Wednesday Only—
FAMILY SHOW
“State Trooper”
Admission Only 10c
Thurs.-Fri.—
MAE WEST in
She Done Him Wrong
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Phone 83 r — Elkin, N. C.
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But Quality is Higher and
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4.50-21
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5.00-20
5.25-18
PRICE
$5.85
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5.00-19
5.25-18
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$5.65
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5.25-18
PRICE
$5.10
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