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Jane Withers, the kid who Imi
tated a machine gun, told tale on
Shirley Temple, tried to run her
down with a doll carriage and pro
ved herself quite, a complete an
noyance In "Bright Byes", haa the
title role In Fox Film' latest com
edy success "Ginger"; which win
play at the Duplin next Monday
and Tuesday. - v.'.V;-
Little Miss Withers sets a new
style in medy entertainment in
Ginger, which kept Hollywood and
New York preview1 audiences in
continual laughs and caused the
prediction that the film' Is a great
beginning for what looks like a
Little Jane registers a million
dollars worth of personality and
talent In her new picture, . and
Duplin audiences are assured that
they will love her as much in this
story as they hated her in "Bright
I When Jane, the little, independ
ent, seir-reiiant product or Ninth
Avenue la taken to the Park Ave
nue home of the pampered Jackie
Seari .there's a swell clash with a
world of comedy. . O. F.THeggie
gives an outstanding performance
as Jane's foster-uncle and Kathe
rine Alexander and Walter King
provide an unusual romance as
Jackie Searl's parents.
Dealing with a death ray which
can cause destruction from almost
any distance "Air Hawks," a Co
lumbia picture .featuring Ralph
Bellamy, Wiley Post, Tala Birell,
Poughlaaa Dumbrllle, Victor Kllian
and Bills Seward, comes to the
Duplin Theatre on Wednesday.
While the ray in the film la not
actually the type with which scien
tists and military ' experts , have
been experimenting for many years
It shows conclusively the manner
In which the beam may be used In
the future. ,
The story concerns two rival alr-
J lines, one headed by Ralph Bellamy
competing for lucrative airmail
contracts; Bellamy's rival employs
a mad scientists who has perfected
an. Infamous1 machine which can
project the electric beam into the
skies to bring down, flaming, the
planes of Bellamy's company. The
f the girl 1 : 1
i . Uless daring wc e
to V iden enemy, the ex
ec, r i : t ie skies goes down
before t o t aught in a novel cli
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If there v rs nothing to "Love
Me FC" ' ti r" ) it the div'ne singing
of Gra e : 'oie, the picture would
be g'.i r ommended to every
mortal t id over. But Colum
bia I ici i i ..us. given the sensa
tional s. r a stunning background
and a uile story that keeps
one brea a and thrilled until
the final i : .out't' ;"?'.
; If "Love Me Forever" must . be
compared with "One Night of
Love" Miss Moore's first picture
for Columbia, there Is no hesitation
in stating that the new film, sur
passes her former triumph, 'ove
Me Forever" presents a dramatic
and romantic story .tease and fill-
; ed with suspense, while "One Night
or Love" presented merely rom
ance. , .
TCmnhnalvAl still mnM in "f sivn
Me Forever" than In "One Night
,of Love" is the beautiful music.
Victor Schertzlnger, who matle
WILSON, N. C. V:,
WISHES TO SELL YOUR
1935 CROP OF TOBACCO
SALES CARD 1935
CENTRE BRICK WAREHOUSE, Wilson, N. C.
WAREHOUSE No. 1 No. 2
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DATE SALES DATE SALES
AUGUST Thur;Y;"7.-." 31 1 I 2 Wed. 13 1 , , .
Mon ....26 2 1 Fri. 4 2 1 Thur. 14 2 2 .
Tues. 27 1 2 ; Fri 15 1 f .
Wed. .28 2 1 Mon. 7 11-
Thur. 29 1 1 Tues. ..................8 2 2 Mon 18 1 2.
Fri. 30 2 2 Wed. 9 1 1 Tues. , 19 2,. ,.
Thur. ., , 10 1 2 Wed- 20 1 2
Sept. Fri. ,..) 11 2- l Thur. 21 2 1
Mon. 2 1 1 Fri. 22 1 2 '.:
Tues 3 1 2 Mon. .....14 1 2 t'
Wed. ., 14 2 1 Tues. ,:.1S 2 T Mn .'...25 2 X . -
Thur. 5 1 2 Wed. .16 1 2 Tnea 26 1 X s
Frt 6 2 1 Thur.',.; ;.17 2 1 Wed. 27 2
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Mon 9 1 2 ' Thanks-
Tuea. 10 2 1 Mon. ,.21 2 2 giving ,
Wed. 11 1 l Tues. 22 11
Thur. .. 12 2 2 Wed. ........ 4...V. 23 1 2 December ' ' ;
Frt, 13 1 1 Thur. ..24 2 1 Mon. 2 1 1 ,
Fri. ...25 X 2 Tues.. 3 2 1
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V Tues. 10 1 2
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Fri- - 27 X 2 Tuea. 5 1 2 MonJ ...J...X6 2 X
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' October , Fri. ' 22 2 X
Tuea. 1 1 2 Mon. .,. .11 1 2 -Christ-.' . ' '
Wed- , 2 2 1 Tues. 12 2 X ; mas
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COZART, EAGLES &:C;
"7c Lead Vilcon, Vifcon Leads the Wo:.""
i vr," h -J 1 la new hit
in biS "Love 1. j i. utuver" melody.
It is grartful Lliing.
' "Love Me Forever" will appear
next Thursday and Friday at the
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Editor Duplin Times ',
Dear Sir:- ' ,
Our dally press continues to car
ry alarming reports, yet facts that
are vital. Two years ago our State
passed a law giving the people a
chance to vote on a revision in our
Constitution,, providing for a $1,
000.00 exemption for home steads.
But our honorable gentlemen of
our County boards .thought - the
State had gone on record against
us. i ,
We all admit that the Sales Tax
is about : the fairest tax on the
book. It gets the party who never
paid any tax, at all. Tet we do
declare- that instead of raising our
real , estate taxes as the board has
already done j they , should .' . have
lowered it, as a matter of simple
business economy. '
I wish to say just here it seems
to me that our board of commis
sioners are leading us to ruin in
their own selfish way.
We have the future before us,
and t warn and urge each citizen
of Duplin and other counties to
vote in our next election for the
Constitutional Amendment and a
new board of county government.
Our county needs a conversion, a
cleaning, out., and a New Deal", v
1 t i 1... Tours truly,'.. ,
Miss. Eunice James of Deep Bot
tom spent the week end wih Miss
Hettie Andrews. - .
Mrs. . Lucy Carter went shopping
in Kins ton Monday."
Mr. an4 Mrs. AJdhnie; Hunter of
Goshemi visited f rienda -hare last
week-end.,, . ...
Miss Nola Padgett, is spending
a few, days with Miss Senora La
nier. J ' '
v .Miss Befntce-Lanier, spent the
weehf end at Ml Qliv jfrith Miss
Hazel Aman. " ' " 1
Mrs. Billey Whaley visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. K-.B,, Hun
ter Sunday. ' "
Mrs, Lloyd Andrews spent the
week end.witl bee mother at Deep
' Re. Henry 'J.-Whafey IS holding
a revival ttt Liston , JUniertf , thu
week, 'j 1 '' j4 ; , t (
X "large" crowd attended services
at the PHmitve" Baptist church
Mr. Lee Raynor had an accident
with, his motorcycle Sunday morn
ing.. The- motorcycle turned over in
a ditch, pitching Lee' head on sev
eral feet, away: from the motor
cycle. , , ', ' :
Mr. Raynor was unconscious and
it 'Was ..thought, at first his neck
was broken. He was rushed to the
hospital, at Kinston where It was
found he wasn't hurt as bad aa at
first thoughts His sholder is knock
ed out of place., . ( , . "
tix.' Roscoe Mobley got three
teeth knocked . out In a automobile
wreck about .three miles from here
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Cotton surplus lower for. 1935.
Census Bureau' reports. ' ' ,
Huey Long to run for President
if no "liberal" is named. ,'
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V. S.' to' give upright of Inter.
vention In Panama.
John D., Jr., gave away $27,800,000
.000 securities after tax message.
New and Used Liberal Allowance
, for Yonr Old Machine. .
CALL OR NOTIFY
L. L. HERRING
' SEVEN SPRINGS - '
KORNEG A Y'S
GROCERIES, OAS AND OILS
The morning after try a Coca-Cola
, or Hines Ice Cream.
Electrically Refrigerated '
,N. C. F' -hwavs 11 and IH
.,. On I'V-hwuy 55
LOOS FC'l II' Y'8 PLACE
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. Bg L. U McLENDON
Now that air tobacco has been
harvested growers , should begin
to think about the control of in
sects and diseases of tobacco by
cutting stalks and breaking land
that was In tobacco this year.
This is important because of the
control of horned worms, flea
beetle, and other insects and also
it helps control diseases as , mo
saic, wilts and etc. , r
The stalks should be cut . Im
mediately after the harvesting is
completed, then the land broke or
disked before cold weather.- The
cuting of net stalks destroys the
food of the insects and keeps the
majority of them from reaching
the adult stage, and they are killed
or die before going iqto the ground
to winter, -i
Soon after Insects reach the a-
dult stage they go in the grown toi
WlntAI Jtnri mdm All novf Rnrtnirl
as a moth, which lays eggs that!
hatch out : and eventually . make
next years crop of worms, beetles I
or insects.'. By breaking the land'
before cold weather you turn those
insects that have gone Into the
ground up to the sun and cold
which helps destroy them,' there-J
by decreasing the possibilities of
next years crop. This breaking al
so helps control the diseases and
causes, the old stalks to rot and
break up more quickly.
At the time the land is broke
or disked . rye should be sown to
put back In the soil some of the
plant food taken out by the grow
ing to tobacco. If needed the rye
can Be used for winter grazing, to
a good advantage. ,
At 6:37, A. 1 ,
No. 127 at Bin-,
to the west e l m
behind the loco
perishable ai l '
No. 94-R, euro- li f.i .
New York, certu..i j.i.
tomobile belli torn o "
under the car, resul...
derailment and the dent r
th'.rty-two other loaded r (l
total of thirty-three loi
with damage to cars and I r
$44,320, and track and int. 1.,,
of $4,650, or a total durru a'
As a result of this accident the
westbound track was blocked for a
period of twenty-one hours an j t' :o
eastbound track forty-five horrs,
causing serious delay to trai c,
which was detoured via foreign 1 .
es at an additional cost, which
make the total cost of deras. t
in excess of $50,000.
This crossing is protected by a
warning sign and an electric aiiirm
crossing bell. The Conductor of tho
wrecked train advised that the dri
ver of the motor-car told him that
he did not hear the bell or see the
train until too close as he had the
radio in his automobile turned on.
The car was occupied by three per
sons and' the only personal injur
leg were slight cuts and bruises to
two people. ' . '
This accident occurred on a dou-'
ble track railroad and had there
been a passenger train passing or
approaching on the opposite track "
at the time of this derailment, the
result would have been very ser
. Hopson admits trying'ot control
press with advertisements.
1935 Is Our .
BEST YEARN x
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Seven Springs Supply Co.
. Seyen Springs, N. C.
WARSAW, N. O.
Program Week of Sept. 2nd.
Monday and Tuesday ' . ' , ;;'
fane Wlthers-tbe Meanle of Bright Eyes In
Matinee Monday 8:80
, Wednesday only
WILEY POST and Ralph BELLAMY In
'. "AIR HAWKS"
Matinee 8:80 '.-.
v. Thursday and Friday ''-,;.
GRACE MOORE in her new picture
"LOVE ME FOREVER
- ,- . . mmikw muurmmy s:su
Tim McCOY in
Law Beyond The Range
COMING: "NO MORE LADIES"
FREE PASSES: Miss Mary Graham Smith, Wallace; Mr. a
Mrs. F. F. Newkirk, Magnolia; Mr. and Mrs. Stokes Nev"
Magnolia; Mr. and Mrs. J .C. Cottle, Teachey; Miss Bet' - '
Heath, Magnolia; Mr. and Mrs. John Croom, Magnolia.