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IN ASHEBORO, N. C.
1 10:00 A. M. 12:00 A. M.
AN ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ENTITLED
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Fine collection of actual photographs showing what dynamite
will do for you, also regular moving pictures, all for the
small sum of 10c. Free literature. Everybody
invited. 2:00 P. M.--4:00 P. M.
An illustrated lecture of over 100 views entitled, "What I've seen and experienced in
the Great Northwest," by J. M. Field, of Climax, N. C, who left home the 28th day of
last July and went through the harvest and threshing season of 1913 as an ordinary la
borer, paying all expenses of the trip to the Pacific Coast and back, from wages receiv
ed in the Northwest. Also regular moving pictures. Free literature. Admission 10c.
Wednesday Night, 8 P. M., February 1 1
At the Ford Motion Picture Theatre, Asheboro, N. C.
An illustrated lecture entitled "The Scenic Highway Through the Land of Fortune,"
showing how farming is done on a large scale, also the magnificent scenery of the
Rocky Mountains. Also regular motion pictures. Free literature.
Price of Admission
Three Separate and Distinct Performances.
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