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TIRE SALE
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GUM-DIPPED TIRES
TROUBLE SAVINGS for Car Owners who buy now!
Prices are going up—Don’t Delay—Equip your car TODAY
and SAVE.
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or Tin CONSTRUCTION
Firestone Tires are built with high
stretch Gum-Dipped Cords. Every
cotton fiber in every cord in every
ply is saturated and coated with
pure rubber. This extra Firestone
process gives you 58% greater pro
tection against blowouts.
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Here is how you maKe a
DOUBLE SAVING! First—
you will get a liberal allow
ance for your old tires—and
second, you will save the
amount of the next price
increase which must come
soon. It will be a long time in
our opinion before you will
be able to make such a tire
saving again.
Don’t risk your life and the
lives of others on dangerously
worn, smooth-tread tires,
when we will give you a liberal
trade-in allowance to apply on
new Firestone High Speed
Tires — the Safest Tires in
the World.
The NEW
SUPER OLDFIELD TYPE
Built to equal all first line
standard brand tires in quality,
construction and appearance, but
lower in price—another Firestone
achievement In
saving money
for car owners.
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5.25-18
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5.50-18
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SPARK PLUGS
We will teat your
Spark Plugs FREE
Tire$(ont
BATTERIES
and your
old battwy
We teit any make
of Battery FREE.
See Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires made in the Firestone Factory
and Exhibition Building at **A Century of ProgressChicago.
Castevens Motor Co.
Sparta North Carolina
THE SPARTA GARAGE
If ever a man had CONFIDENCE in himself that man was
Columbus. Hedream ed of a new world beyond the horizon. And
his fortitude plus self-confidence soon led to America’s discovery.
CONFIDENCE! What a wonderful word? It’s a quality this Gar
age seeks to merit from everybody in the County.
—GILLETTE AND ATLAS TIRES—
GENERAL REPAIRS POPULAR PRICES
F. M. JOINES, Manager.
SPARTA, NORTH CAROLINA
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Sell Your Livestock Thru The
WYTHEVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET
LOCATED IN WYTHEHVII.LE, VA., Noar NAW. B.v. Depot
SALE EVERY TUESDAY, AT 1:00 P. M.
We will have a weekly market for all classes of livestock, cat
tle, lambs, veal, calves and hogs.
We have new stock pens, latest Fairbanks scales, and have
plenty of room tinder shed to handle all classes of live stock.
All stock must be in Pens before noon on the sale day in order
that it may be weighed, graded and got ready for sale. Bring in
'’your stock—we will have buyers for it
All stock sold at auction. For further information phone 44
or call and see us. We sell everything Tuesday.
WYTHEVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET, Inc.
PHONE 44.
L. S. Hamilton, President
TWIN OAKS
Mack and Robert Joines of West
Virginia, were visitors here last
Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Herwig, of Ak
ron, O., spent Saturday night at Ir
win hotel.
Mack Atwood and family were
visiting in Fries Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gambill were
visiting here Sunday.
Twin Oaks and Sparta high school •
teams crossed bats on Sparta dia-1
mond last Tueslday. The score was
15-4 in favor of Twin Oaks.
Twin Oaks and Cherrylane will
play on Sparta diamond Saturday
i September 23rd at 3 o’clock. Every
jody invited.
NOTICE OF SALE
NORTH CAROLINA
ALLEGHANY COUNTY.
Under and by virtue of an execu
.ion issued out of the Superior Court
of said County and State in favor of
The Bank of Sparta as plaintiff and
gainst A. Vance Choate as defen
dant I will sell at public auction for
jasli at the Courthouse door at Spar
.a, to satisfy said execution, costs,
and interests on Monday, Oct. 2nd,
•:933, at one o’clock P. M. the follow
.ig described rea estate to-wit:
Lying and being in the town of
Sparta, adjoining the lands of W. V.
Blevins, W. E. Cox and others and
known as the A. Vance Choate home
stead land fully described in the
aomestead returns which are duly
recorded in the Office of the Registe.
of Deeds of said County and State in
Book-, Page-.
This Sept. 2, 1933.
r. b. mcmillan,
Sheriff.
SALE OF LAND BY TRUSTEES
NORTH CAROLINA
ALLEGHANY COUNTY
By virtue of the authority contain
ed in a certain deed of trust executed
to the undersigned as trustees foi
Edwin Duncan by Muncey E. FunV
and wife Ruth E. Funk on Septem
br 30, 1932, to secure the payment o
five notes or bonds executed Sept. 30
1932 aggregating $16000.00 payable
as follows: $1000.00 in 30 days; $2
000.00 in six months; $2,000.00 ir
twelve months; $5,000.00 in two year;
and $6000.00 in three years; said deec’
of trust conditioned that if said note.
* were not paid, as when due, all o<
them were to become due and pay
able, which deed of trust is recordee
in the office of the Register of Deed1
of Alleghany County in Mortgage
Deed Book 17, pages 211, 212, and
213; the payment of the said note?
according to maturity being in de
fault, and demand having been made
by the said Edwin Duncan, Trustee
| for the sale of the lands conveyed in
said deed of trust to the undersigned
Trustees, we will offer for sale a<
public auction, for cash, at the Court
! House door in Sparta, at one o’clock
j P. M., on Monday, October 9th, 1933
the following tracts of land situate
in said county:
j FIRST TRACT: Beginning at a
( white oak on top of the ridge by an
old path, running south 5 east on to]
Louisa Crouse’s corner fence; ther
of said ridge 106 poles to a stake ir
north 81 east 19 poles to a stake at
| said fence; south 36 east 7 poles t(
la stake at said fence; then east with
Louisa Crouse’s line 80 poles to a
chestnut that was formerly Louist
Crouse's land; thence north 11 pole;
to a dog wood; thence north 68 east
to a fence at an old field, J. P. Mox
ley’s line; thence near north with said
Moxley’s line from an ash, north 65
west 60 poles to a Sarvice; then
north 10 east 18 poles to an old ap
ple tree at the road; thence rather
southeast with said old road or pass
way to the beginning.
SECOND TRACT: Lying on the
waters of New River adjoining the
lands of R. E. Hawthorne, J. P.
Reeves, Emory Edwards, Chas. Pol
lard, James Merian Edwards, Elmore
Maines, J. P. Moxley, J. M. Dough
ton and New River and known as the
“Jesse Toliver land.”
This August 28, 1933.
T. C. Bowie and R. A. Doughton,
Trustees.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
ALLEGHANY COUNTY.
Under and by virtue of a judgment
and order of the Superior Court in an
action entitled R. A.' Crouch vs J. B.
Bradley, being an action to foreclose
certain tax sale certificates held by
the plaintiff R. A. Crouch, I, the un
dersigned Commissioner, will sell to
the highest bidder for cash, at the
court house door at Sparta, on Mon
day, the 9th day of October, 1933 at
one o’clock P. M., the following des
cribed piece of land, to-wit:
Lying and being in said county and
State adjoining the lands of Sowell
Woodruff, T. L. Harris and others
and containing about six acres fully
described in a certain deed from T.L.
Harris and wife to J. B. Bradley,
which deed is recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Alleghany
County in Book 34, Page 423, to
which record reference is made for a
specific description.
This Sept. 5th, 1933.
SIDNEY GAMBILL,
Commissioner
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
Rev. J. L. Underwood, Pastor
Regular services will be held at
Laurel Springs Baptist church next
Sunday morning at 11 o’clock by the
pastor. A baptismal service will be
conducted at the creek near the
church at ten o’clock, preceding the
preaching hour.
The 135th annual session of the
Mountain District Primitive Baptist
Association will be held with the
church at Piney Creek beginning
Friday, September 22, 1933.
METHODIST CHURC H
C. W. Russell, Pastor
There will be service Sunday at
Cox’s Chapel at 11 A. M.
Regular service Sunday afternoon
at Potato Creek, 2:30 P. M.
The fourth Quarterly Conference
for the year will be held at Piney
Creek next Thursday, Sept. 28th, at
11:00 A. M. We hope, especially, to
see all the officers present at the;
Conference, as we realize the impor- j
tance of the fourth Conference. It is!
hoped that not only the officials will
be present, but let’s have a good
crowd to hear Rev. Taylor, who has
been selected to preside over the
Conference.
This Conference will be a rather
-:ad one, as the face that always car
ried a smile, will not be present to
ireside. God had a greater work for
him to do.
The pastor and family wish to
thank the splendid League workers
at Potato Creek church for the nice
contribution last week in provisions
and money to be applied on the ap
portionment for pastor.
Let us not forget the Union Pray-.
ar Meeting, to be held in one of the
"•hurdles each week, on Wednesday
evening at 7:30 P. M. The service
was held at Sparta Methodist church
his week. It will be held at the Mis
:ionary Baptist church next Wednes
lay evening. The services will not be
engthy. Come and receive spiritual
ood for your souls as we pray and
mditate together.
Winston-Salem Presbytery
Meets At Glade Valley
The Winston-Salem Presbytery met
at Glade Valley Tuesday morning,
3eptemberl2th at 11 o’clock. The
opening sermon was delivered by
Rev. G VV. Robinson, retiring modera
_or. The sermon was followed by
Communionservice. Rev. D. H. Helm
of Jefferson, was elected moderator
and W. I. Howell, Jr., of Mocksville,
was elected temporary clerk.
Dinner was served in regular picnic
jtyle by the Ladies Auxiliary and
-he women of the community.
On the church grounds and near
-he tables the Glade Valley school
had an exhibit of farm products, con
sisting of 22 varieties of vegetables
and six regular farm crops, which
were grown by the boys on the school
farm. There were nineteen ministers
and ten elders in attendance.
The afternoon session was taken
ap with reports and a special meet
ing on Religious Education, directed
by Rev. W. T. Baker, of Winston-Sa
lem. Miss Bowman, of Richmond, Va.,
made a very interesting talk on the
training of children.
The night session proved a popular
meeting on Home Missions. Talks
were made by Revs.J. R. McGregor,
J. W\ Luke, and R. L. Berry.
Mr. Ernest Milton showed moving
pictures of Barium Springs Orphan
age at the school auditorium that
was enjoyed by all those that were
present. Rev. R. H. Stone of West
Jefferson, acted as Stated Clerk dur
ing the sessions.
WH1TEHEAD~NEWS
Mrs. T. A. Edwards is right sick
at this writing.
Misses Alice and Boyde Cleary
spent the week-end at J. S. Wago
ner’s at Laurel Springs.
Mrs. Floyd Billings, who has been
right sick, is improving.
Mrs. Salile Joines, who has been
sick, is better at this writing.
A large crowd attended Commun
ion service at Pleasant Grove Sun
day.
The school here is going along
nicely.
BIRDS OF ALLEGHANY CO.
THE NIGHTHAWK
(By Claude J. Smith.)
During eleven months of the year,
I do not see the nighthawk, or “bull
bat” except a few in May and June,
but as Augst and meadowing roll
around, I begin to look for this pe
culiar bird. First sen about August
10, he is seen in numbers until mid
September; a few are seen as late as
October. This bird is usually seen
after four o'clock in the afternoon,
but sometimes is noticed in the mor
ning. These birds are seen in count
less numbers, flying to and fro, up
ward, downward, or in circles— in
fact, in every conceivable direction.
The white patches under the wings
tail, and on the throat may be plain
ly sen as these birds fly overhead.
This year they have not been as nu
merous as they were in 1932; how
F R
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A GIFT FOR EVERY ($2.00)
AND ($5.00) CUSTOMER
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Dalton Warren
Hardware Co.
ALLEGHANY COUNTY’S BIGGEST STORE
Weha ve a Full Line of HOSIERY for
Men, Women, and Children
Purchase your FALL APPAREL from
us and be assured of Style,
Quality and Comfort!
A New Line of SUIT CASES, HAT
BOXES, and WEEK-END BAGS,
$1.25 to $3.50
A New Line of Ladies Dresses
98c. To $4.98
We Have A New Line of Ladies’ and
Men’s HATS!
/
See us for SCHOOL SUPPLIES—and
GROCERIES!
BRING US YOUR PRODO^-"
—WE PAY TOP PRICES!
SPECIAL NOTICE !
With Each ($2.00) Purchase from This Store We Will Give a Useful Household Article With
Each ($5.00) Purchase a More Useful Article Will be Given. There will be a Great Variety of
These Articles so that you can choose to suit your taste. There is No Limit to the Number of
Gifts Offered! These Gifts will be Offered Each SATURDAY! THESE GIFTS ARE OFFER
ED WITH ALL PURCHASES EXCEPT GROCERIES!
A Gift for every $2 and $5 purchase!
V-. - - <
Dalton Warren Hardware Company
Sparta, - - North Carolina
WE DO
STORE
7:00 a.m. to 7:
DAILY
7:00 a.m. to
SATURDAY
PRESIDENT
ROOSEVELT
has warned that prices and buy
ing power must not become too
widely separated if the nation
is to continue on its march to
recovery.
WE ARE DOING OUR PART
TO KEEP PRICES AT A REA
SONABLE LEVEL !
SMITHEY’S STORE
"THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS”
We Are Working; To Save The
Farmers Money On What They
Buy.
SPARTA GARAGE
General Repairing
Tires Tubes
Accessories
SPARTA SUPPLY
— Dealers In —
Feedstuff, Fertilizer, All Kinds of
Hardware. Get Our Prices Before
Buying.
Irwin Bros. Barber Shop
Shower Baths
Pool Tables
Sparta, N. C.
CASTEVENS MOTOR CO.
“Service that Satisfies”
Sparta, N. C.
D E E V E C
1V VARIETY STORE °
Complete Line of School
* Supplies.
DALTON WARREN
HARDWARE CO.
Alleghany County’s Biggest Store’
“A store where you can
get everything under
one roof.”
ALLEGHANY MOTOR
SALES
QUAKER STATE
STANDARD MOTOR OILS
Sparta, N. C.
JAY HARDIN
General Merchandise
And STAR BRAND Solid Leather
SHOES.
SPARTA DRY CLEANING
“ITS WISE TO KEEP YOUR
CLOTHES NEAT”
Why not let us do your Dry
Cleaning For You?
SPARTA CAFE
Ulus Irwin, Prop.
SANDWICHES COLD DRINKS
ICE CREAM
SPARTA, N. C.
CASH fee CARRY STORE
FULL LINE GROCERIES,
FRESH MEATS,
FEEDS FERTILIZER
SPARTA, N. C.
I BUY AT HOME! HELP NATIONAL RECOVERY I
PATRONIZE NRA MERCHANTSLISTED ABOVE f
ever, I saw 4678 (estimated) on Sep
tember. They have also flown higher
this year than previously. On Au
gust 20, 1932, I estimated 14000 of
these birds; they were flying unus
ually low, a considerable part being
less than 6 feet from the ground.
This bird’s breeding range is from
Florida to Labrador, but they do not
nest in the county. This bird is ten
niches long, but because of the long
wings appears much larger. The fe
male does not have the white patch
on throat or tail. It is marvelous
liowthis bird, laying as it does, but
two eggs, can be so numerous. I truly
nope it will'continue to be more nu
merous each year.
SPECIAL NOTICE
Therewi II be a meting of the Dry
Forces of Alleghany County in the
Court House at 2:00 P. M. Thursday,
September 28, for the purpose of se
lecting a candidate for delegate to
the State Convention.
DALTON WAKKEN, Chm.
I LIKE THIS BETTER FLAVOR!
I didn't smoke camels at first.
LATER, I DISCOVERED THAT I LIKE0
CAMELS BETTER.THEY HAVE A MILD,
RICH FLAVOR THAT IS DELIGHTFUL.
AND THEY OONY GET ON MY NERVES.
M
CAMEL'S COSTLIER TOBACCOS
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