North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
la a High, Trick, Fancy Diving display that to peerless
—an array of American Beauties with form supreme-—
They flash through the air in a series of thrillinc daring
RAYMOND * MAISON
Lady and gentleman in "Old You See It" Mildred
Maifton, ex-Sennett picture beauty certainly looks like a
"Million Dollar*"—Nature has been kind to her—Sure
Are laugh promoter, concluding with the Rocking Table
LES DE KOCH TROUPE
Acrobats and Equilibrists, Extraordinary, introducing
"Rags" the famous and only canne acrobatic undentand
er in the world.
THE GREAT KAB1LL
The Master Gymnast
Sensational Flying Breakaway Trapee. The Aerial
Demon, venturing his thrilling Cloud Swing and Startling
Drops. Class and then more class. ,
The Great Equestrian Agt—High School Hone—An
Attraction that pleases.
Noted clown and his understudy will furnish a laugh
and plenty of fun.
16 Pieces. Concerts twice daily and Lady Soloist
The big feature of tbe 1984
Two Day of Whirl
World's Greatest Dirt Track Driver*
Seven big racing <
's Fastest Can
Friday and Saturday
Oct 3rd and 4th
We lived • life of comfort
In Dobeon, County-eeat,
W# farmed a forty lew
That sure was hard to beat
Misanda used ter help,
Miranda is my wife—
For thirty years we've worked
With not a sign of strife.
We mostly put o«
In fighting fliaa and fleas,
Raisin* spuds and turnips.
Lettuce, corn and
One day I cranked old Henry
And took my wife to see.
The big Fair at Meant Airy,
Where moss were to be.
By gum I bought some tickets
Into the big grand stand.
And chewing peanuts settled
To listen to the hand
They had some pony mesa
The nag I packed to win
Came chugging in at last.
I said, "Miranda listen
I wish I bad mr boo.
This grand stand
Horse and Auto
Miranda clutched my elbow
And shouted in my ear,
"Oh Hiram ain't thU ore/ul,
They'll kill thtmsalrss I
But cracky, goah aid _
THom dud-burned fords
They twilted, turned and
Uka two mad-boll* they
Miranda fainted right away.
I almost lost my cha
I kinda hated lookmc—
Bat guess what alT I saw.
The auto polar players
Wars grinning like to say,
Don* worry Hiram Hayseed,
We do this every day.
Well guess wo war*at surprised.
And clad them fellers smiled;
Miranda blu*h.-d and whispered.
"Hiram, I'm feeling wikC"
Bat soon the fair was over.
The last big game was played.
And when wo fliwerad nense-wnrd
Oar hearts wore quite dim
We thought of fleas back ht
And lettuce buga and Uea;
We tlMghl of omasa and i
Hut's swiped by peaky
And snuggled to my
— —— ,7
t __ _ ^
"fc tiara «>
Well sit within ths
Wont we Miranda Bm?
The frotMt display of Poultry ever Mm in W«Uri
North Carolina. Poultry show in chart* of C. M. Ball. -
Agriculture and Livs at Homo Exhibits for nn tat
chart* of J. Luther Wood. Bid* fair to b* th« boat ever.
Jersey Cattl* Exhibit fa> chart* of i. Everett Hill, will
bring out th* b**t *p*cim*a* of Sorry County Jersey
Br**d*r> Association, ia addition a groat many other*
who ar* not numbered bat claim to have "thorn boat"
The Dot Show will be in chart* of Walter Banner,
who aay* all the boy* are going to bring their beat dog*
and ha* given me notice to provide mora room.
Mrs. J. D. McCollum i* clamoring for more *pac* for
-he Needlework Department.
The Pantry Department, a* usual, will bo filled to the
brim, showing the work of the good houaewiv** of thi*
The Carolina-Virginia fruit growers are going to pat
an apple display on the entire floor of the Commercial
Building, which will be aecond to none. This display
has been advertised over the entire Sooth and will draw
a groat caravan of visitors from the produce dealers of
the entire Sooth.
There are ao words to describe the transcending
beauty of the many and varied displays to bo preeented
The Greatest Game
> ' ^$3
The Dynamic Feature of this
The World's Most Seosatiooal
OLDSNAR AMERICAN TEAM
ChsaapiasM of Emsps
Oct 3rd and 4th