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    Good Food Always Found At—
5-10-25 Cent
Lunch
Tap Beer ..... ..5 and 10c.
Barbecue Sandwiches 10c.
Special Dinner, 25c.
All Kinds of Sandwiches and
Beverages.
114 Main St., GALAX, VA.
DR. M. A. ROYALL,’
Elkin, N. C.
SPECIALIST
in diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat
GLASSES FITTED
Let Us Prepare Your
CHEVROLET
Now For Winter Driving
OUR FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS KNOW
YOUR CAR !
A Few Hours In Our Shop Will Make Your Chevro
rolet Car Ri n Like New I
If you a prescription to be filled . . . you wouldn’t take it
to a blacksmith shop . . would you? Or, if you had a horse to be
shod, you wouldn’t take him to a drug store.
Then . . . when your CHEVROLET needs fixing, why not bring
It to our place . . . where it can be fixed by specialists? Men
who know how to do this work correctly.
Only Factory-Trained Mechanics will work on your CHEVRO
LET at our place. Men who actually know your car from start to
finish. Consequently, when your car is fixed here, it is given a thor
oughgo ing over by men that ab-solutely know where and how to
look for all kinds of trouble.
Furthermore, we have special tools and'Other equipment. We use
only Genuine CHEVROLET FARTS and all of our Prices are
now based on the CHEVROLET FACTORY’S NEW FLAT RATE
SERVICE PRICES. You know in advance EXACTLY WHAT
youare to pay.
Our FactoryTrained Shop Men know , Engine Work—Chassis
Work—and Fisher Body work. All work is GUARANTEED.
We would be mighty glad for you to drive your Chevrolet Car
into our place and let us give you an estimate on a complete Over
haul Job. We Can give you a Flat Rate for a complete going over
for your car. Making it just like new. We are making a specil of
this Complete Overhaul Job Now It will pay you to get our prices
GasteVens Motor Go.
SPARTA, : : : North Carolina
CAREFULLY supervised
business requires careful
guarding against imperfect
—untrustworthy and fraudulent
goods of every description . . .
Fair goods, fair prices and good
faith with everybody is the rock
foundation' this business was built
upon
PURETEST PRODUCTS are Reliable Guardians for
your Family’s Health—They are all high-grade
Medicines . . .
PRETEST ASPIRIN TABLETS
PURETEST COD LIVER OIL
PURETEST MINERAL OIL
PURETEST CASTOR OIL
—FOR SALE BY—
B. & T. Drug Company
Sparta . North Carolina
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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 Comity.
—GILLETTE AND ATLAS TIRES—
GENERAL REPAIRS POPULAR PRICES
F. M. JOINES, Manager.
SPARTA, NORTH CAROLINA
“ITlSTVlORE FUN TO KNOW!
iVe EXPERIMENTED A LOT w"*'
TfJC “ .
*nMUUS BRANDS OF CIGA
RETTES. I FIND THAT CAMELS
ARE DEFINITELY MILDER .YOU
DONY TIRE OF THEIR FLAVOR—
THEY ALWAYS TASTE GOOD !
C^cuncis costlier lobtuovi
never ycrur Tier ire*../Heifertire ijeurTaste
Walter Do ugh ton and Tam Bledsoe
visited H. G. Greene Sunday.
The students and faculty of Glade
Valley School gave a Hallowe'en par
ty Saturdays night.
J. L. Williams, of South Carolin:
spent the week-end in town.
Misses Reba Doughton and Ma.
garet Cheek motored through t<
Richmond last Saturday. Miss Dough
ton went on to Washington, where
! she will spend the winter and Miss
Cheek is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E.
H. Courtney, in Richmond.
Mrs. Chas. D. Moore, of Statesville,
was the week-end guest of Mrs. J. M.
Cheek.
]yfr." and Mrs. T. J. Carson visited
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Boyer in Char
lotte last week. They were accom
panied by their son, Mr. T. D. Car
son, of Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hardin and Mrs.
R. H. Hackler spent Sunday at Mouth
of Wison, Va., visiting Mr. and Mrs<
Fred Hardin.
Dr. and Mrs. Glenn” Phipps emu
Miss Doscar Martin, of Galax, Va.,
were guests of Mr/ and Mrs. J. R.
Hawthorne Sunday.
Mrs. Purvis Lee of Pinehurst, who
has been spending several days with
her mother, Mrs. Lester Irwin, re
turned to her home Monday.
Misses Margaret Cheek and Reba
Doughton are visiting in Richmond,
Va., and Washington, D. C., this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Richardson, of
Bel Air, Md., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Irwin and other relatives
here. They were accompanied by Miss
May Douglas, who has been visiting
in Maryland.
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Warren and
family and Messrs. Ed Williams and
Whitaker attended the air exposition
at Greensboro airport Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bain oughton, Mrs.
Charlie Doughton, Mrs. Cleve Reeves,
and Julian Reeves attended the fun
eral of Mr. Houston Bevins at Bay
wood, Va., Sunday.
of Greenville, S.
C., spent the wek-end in town.
Others attending the funeral of
Mr. Blevins from Alleghany County
were: Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Higgins,
of Ennice, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Mac
Reeves, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Spurlin, of Ennice.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McNeer, of
Elkin, were visitors in town Sunday.
Mr. Cecil Bumgarner is spending
a few days in Waynesville this week.
Mr. R. E. Scroggs spent the week
end with his family in North Wilkes
boro.
Misses Gladys and Virginia Win
gate, of Independence, Va., visited
their sister, Mrs. Dewey Sturdivant,
last week.
Mrs. R. H. Hackler and Miss Doris
Hackler spent Tuesday in Elkin.
SOCIETY NEWS
Shower For Recent Bride
Ata miscellaneous shower Satur
day afternoon from 3:30 until 5:00,
the immediate neighbors entertained,
honoringMrs. Purvis Lee, a recent
bride, at the home of her mother,
Mrs.Lester Irwin.
The lovely home was made attrac
tive by decorations carrying out the
Hallowe’en motive. The sun parlor
contained, among elaborate symbols
of the season, a witches’ pot which
wasused to receive the presents as
the guests arrived.
At the beginning of the afternoon
grape juice was served to the guests
in the dining room which was de
corated in the black and orange.
A ghostly figure presided over the
overflowing pot and handed the gifts
to the honoree, who opened them and
passed them to the guests for inspec
tion. The bride was the recipient of
many useful and lovely articles. Later
a book was passed and each guest
requested to write in it her favorite
recipe.
At the conclusion of the afternoon
the guests were again invited to the
dining room where cocoa and cakes
artistically decorated as pumpkins
and Jack o’ Lanterns, were served.
Taffy was then pulled, adding much
enjoyment to the occasion.
TWIN OAKS
I. B. Richardson and wife of Bel
Air, Md., are visiting relatives here.
They were accompanied by Elzie Rey
nolds and Mrs. Carl Douglas, who had
been visiting relatives in Maryland
i Attorney Sidney Gambill and wife
visited relatives at Grassy Creel
Sunday.
Little Billie Reeve° r'~
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apending a few days with her grand
parents at Grassy Creek.
Lester Fender left Friday night fo
Annapolis, Md., to resume his worl
transporting mail from Annapolis
to Solomon Island, Md., after a fev
days with relatives here.
We were pleased to see Mr. Ste
phens and his family in our village
Monday afternoon. He was calling ij
the interest of The Alleghany Times
Mrs. G. L. Fender made a busines
trip to Independence Tuesday.
Mrs. Ruth Funk and two smal
children arrived from Philadelphii
Saturday night for a few days’ visi
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Crouse.
See Castevens Motor Co. for radii
batteries, tubes, and service.—adv.
RU-BALM for yours and baby’!
colds.—adv.
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WEST GRAYSON STREET
GALAX, VIRGINIA
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FRIDAY, NOV. 3rd
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SHOP. .NOW!
WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK
OF WANTED
FALL Merchandise
IN EVERYTHING WORN BY MEN,
WOMEN, AND CHILDREN-ALL
QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT REA
SONABLE PRICES — — — —
NOTICE
REALIZING THE CONDITION OF
FARM PRODUCTS, WE ARE 0F- j|
FERING TO THE BUYING PUBLIC |f
THIS OPPORTUNITY TO BUY YOUR '•
FALL SUPPLY OF MERCHANDISE ! *
-COME—BRING YOUR FAMILY
EVERYBODY WELCOME!
B E L K’ S
QUALITY ^nd
STYLE MERCHANDISE
—AT—
REASONABLE PRICES I
BELK’S
NOVEMBER
HARVEST DAYS
START FRIDAY,
NOV. 3rd.
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COME! '
FURCHES NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Taylor spent
several days last week at Mr. Ray
Rose’s. _
Mr. Ollen Mabe spent the’week-end
at Miss Sessie Mabe’s.
Those visiting at S. M. Caudill’s
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John
Taylor and children, Misses Kathe
line, Alice, and Ruth Caudill, and
James and Johnny Caudill, all of
Fries, Va.
Mr. Randy Sheets and Calvin Jones
visited at Laura Mabe’s Saturday
night.
Mrs. Floyd Roupe, who has been
seriously ill for the past week, is
reported some better.
Mr. Everett FranTt Caudill, of
Fries, Va., spent Sunday with his
patents, Mr. and Mrs. *S. M. Caudill.
Mr. Charlie Mabe visited at F. G.
i Brackens Saturday night
I Mr
..... Taylor spent several
* days last week with his sister, Mrs.
' Albert Irwin, near Stratford.
Mr. Bruce Finney visited his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Finney Sun
[ day.
’ Mr. S. S. Landreth made a business
r trip in this community Thursday.
Mr. Odell Jones spent last week
‘ with his sister, Mrs. Charles Richard
- son.
1 Mr. Brantley Fender was in this
• community on business Monday.
3 Mrs. S. M. Caudill spent Tuesday
with her father, Mr. A. B. Taylor.
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i PINNACLE, SIDE-CAMP PICK-UPS
Several men from camp visited
over the week-end. Among them were
Ralph Russell, from near Taylors
> ville, C. T. Justice, of Edneyville, and
G. M. Harliss, of Sparta.
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i See Castevens Motor Co. for radio
batteries, tubes, and service.—adv.
The following men attended Sun
day School at Union Mills Round Hill
Baptist church: F. W. Blevins, Lon
nie Hatley, J. H. Hiatt, Bosco Jones,
Joe Love, Shorty Goode, Lee Elliott,
and M. F. Dickerson.
The new steel for the Look-out
tower on Mt. Pinnacle arrived last
week.
Lonnie Hatley, Boss Jones, and Joe
Hiatt are doing some great work
with dynamite on the road to Pinna
cle Mountain.
The carpenter crew is busy build
ing walls for the tents in preparation
for cold weather.
TURKEY KNOB NEWS
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Rosco Billings is right sick with;
Spinal Meningitis.
Mr. and Mr"
— t». H. Chesshire and
son, Alvin, and Miss Gladys Hanes,
of Mockeville, Mr. and Mrs. Clent
Landreth and children, of Northfork
W. Va., were dinner guests of J. S.
Landreth last Sunday.
Mr. H. M. Delp and sons, Carl, and
Charlie, made a business trip to Win
ston-Salem, N. C., Wednesday.
W. E. Landreth and Page Brown
spent a few days last week in
Mocksville.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Delp are spend
ing a week with the latter’s mother,
Mrs. Charlie Simmons, of Winston.
Mrs. Aron Gambill and son, Claude,
attended the funeral of Mrs. Gam
bill’s nephew, Coy Murray, at Plea
sant Grove, Va., last Monday. We
were sorry to hear of the death of
Mr. Grover Warden. The bereaved
have our sympathy.
Mrs. Rose Gambill and daughter
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Aron Gambill.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delp and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
F. S. Delp at Piney Creek.
(H y R(H ES
METHODIST CHURCH
C. VV. Russell, Pastor
Sundaywill be the last service at
the Sparta church, before Annual
Conference. I hope to see the entire
membership present for this service.
There will be a baptizing near
StratfordSun day afternoon, at 2:30.
The service will be held somewhere
near Mr. Homer Smith’s home.
Remember the service next week at
Sparta Church, Nov. 10th,at 10:30
A. M. Hope to see a good crowd from
Sparta church, as well as from the
other five churches. Rev. Taylor will
preach at 10:30 ar>^ -
^ — mu nold the
__*ii.cx-ence following the sermon. All
officials are expected to be present
for the service. .
Brush Creek Dam Des
troyed By Washou'
The dam recently built by Mr. G.
P. Crutchfield on Brush Creek was
completely demolished on Monday of
last week when water forced its way
under a pilaster and caused a wash
out. The dam had recentLy been com
pleted and the water had been im
pounded for only a few days. The big
over-shot wheel was on the location
and preparations for installing it were
under way. Mr. Crutchfield hod hoped
to have the mill grinding within an
other 20 or 30 days.
The loss has not been estimated,
neither have plans been made for re
building the dam.
See Castevens Motor Co. for radio
batteries, tubes, and service.—adv.
RU-BALM for yours and baby’s
:olds.—adv.
INDEPENDENCE THEATRE
Independence : : Virginia
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOV. 3-4
“Mr. Robinson Crusoe”
With DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
and COMEDY
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
NOV. 7-8
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