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i Prcrci fcr Week cf Sz.L 20
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Staxrins- " . , . 4 '''
jv rrrsr, c.a pat?"x niphara aelex w Limra
r" ."' ""N- 1 1 . " . T 'i i.i .1 . .. A
u LLiko Way fcr Tcmcrrow "
Starring ' , s ' V , .,
Victor KSSIKB, Pffulah ECT and Lew AYES3
wzrssBAri sOTscra sssa H: , t r c,
fHcpo!cn3 Casddy Rides Again
f . "v wtiiiam both j ' -
TOTBSJAT & FKTDAY, ESPT. 23 & 24TH .
; v "SARATOGA"
f Clark GABLE, Jean HARLOW, Lionel BABBTMOBE, W J
S PATTTRDAT, EEPTEJESEE 25TH
" AJMBUSH VALLEY "
ALL STAB WESTEBJTEB .
X OWL SHOW, SATURDAY BIGHT, SEPTEKBER 25TH
LET. THEM LIVE "
X Starring-. " ' , a. k " ,
John HOWARD, Jan GREY, Judith BARRETT
V J COMimj ATTRACTIOII5 : "Exclusive," "You Can't Buy Love." I
1 "Blonde Trouble," "Sinrine Marine." . i
WATCH FOB BATS OB FOLLOWING- ATTRACTIOBS-MVo- X
gue of 1938, "Soula at Sea," "Wee Willie Winkie," "Deyil
i BriTing," Wild and WooBljr "Ifi AU Yours," 'Ton Cant
HUT ISmrvfliiiiv ' , V
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sd a round ( '- ' ' i: -7? ' ;' ;
ma La wLs, n L-U 1 (
edy lesveng (Le leavicr n-
p'aKO tl; b 1 ...j.. :..!a w3.it.5i
is t -1 i i V e f 3 t t r nee
I'.:.4 il .'jl 'I ysl cdfor
w'ar- r I.s.' "&xj Low."
Tl'j I'jj mmlcsl comedy, wliieh o-
teas neit I ni&y at the Hew w
noca, stars Lick Powell and Fred
w arte s amd His Pennsylvamani
LTTIIN WAHSAW ' '
When 'iyou've got a .cast .head
ed bv Jack Benny. Ida . Lupino,
Gail Patrick and Richard Arlen,
that should be sufficient guaran-
teefof top-notch entertainment
hut when Paramount Has added
hundreds of the most beautiful
girls in Hollywood, two smashing
orchestras Louis Armstrong's
Swing Orchestra and Andre Kos
telanetB Orchestra ' the " six
greatest living artists and . a
half-a-dozen of the most sensation
al headliners of stage, Screen and
radio that means that ."Artists
and Models," which opens Mon
at the Duplin Theatre, must rate
as the top girl-and-music film of
the yearly J r ',hriu
"Let Them Live" is tJe TO'J
oative UniversfJ jioture y ' " H 1
been bocI::d ty the r.-r'-i 11
tre for tLe t'.-rity n:!.t c .
show next we.' f
: The story d Jit with the t"r' 1
o fa youn d vlor tf red ly t
popular John Howard, fondly i
Xost Horizon," , Who puts t.c
personal ambition to bat
tle against corrupt polices.
As the champion cf tie poor, he
is encouraged by pretty Iran Crey
in the role of It girl v.Lf f-" ?r
was ruined by a cro&Lti tJI'JJ. rJ
ring. Bomantio rivalry is stlrr-'
between Ron and beautiful Judl'Ji
Bennie Bartlett, featured child
player, provides &e pivot for a
smashing climax as the prot-rre of
the 'Politician, enacted by Ilwaid
hlhi. iarected cy Harold Your.
"Let .Them Live," has a surrort-
mg cast including Robert Wiieox,
much heralded find. , ' .
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Fair Prcrasn Z
Is Announced: . ,
William Boyd, ; that handsome
and husky, hard-riding t buckaroo
from Oklahoma, brings to life an
other famous : Hopalong Cassidy
character in the new Clarence E.
Mulfprd Western, "Hopalong Bid
es Again," coming Wednesday to
the Duplin Theatre. - " .
This is the thirteenth Clarence
E. Mulford storv to be nrodnced
by Harry Sherman. It marks thbEinston the week of October 4
debut of Billy King, another hard
rider, who is only twelve but al
ready has twenty-eight blue rib
bons for his horsemanship. In the
The program for the six sights
and five days of the Keuse-Atlan-
tie Fair, ' which will be held in
was adopted at a meeting of the
X air uomnuttee in Junston on a
recent night. The program calls
for the opening of the - fair on
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',1. ,al. si it ta toi
r-rc ' -v as ti . u . a r ,.i i "y. i m. in, ,lT-m-lu,v,
Ll leopoli of Oia, aS id ca l.a tLa I. ."an cf prince.
' li I a e
I'zrAej aTrnooa, Cutvlor 4 at 8:
Z"3 P. II. I Ly i'.'tis "CA
Ar-: : Ai" r' '.t e. l all I V.i
and cLU-Lca Jl be e" -11
free to the grounds. TLe I - jam
cf Tree Ac' j, fireworks and land
ocrr:t v 71 le crried on t' e
err,:. 7 I. t- wiil
le ia fVcs I; 1 y moixir at
11:CD A. H Ta--:. y is donat
ed as sclrovl C" ' rtn'sfoy for the
wLite tvLocl cLUJen of the ten
counties axd will be admitted free
to the grouls up to 4:C3 P., M.
on that day. The regular prcsram
of .Grandstand acts and land con
cert will be begun Tueslay after
noon at 3:00 o'clock and each af-i:
tcrf '1 tay" wi'h a special loed
t.' ct prcam : -sred by the
nu.Lers cf Cv ' " '1 c";;arettes
in front of tlie C..l-tr.nd Thurs
day t ht at 8:C!) P. E: The na
ture of tVls program will be, an
nounced later.- -
rxiliy will be des'jnated &
"LucLy iie" day sjwjored by
the makers of Lucky Ltriie Cigar
ettes. As a special feature for t!.-s
day an amateur contest will : be
conducted on the latTorm that
night at 9:00 P. E. with Pat Al
derman in charge. ?3.C0 will Y
triven in cash for the winning per
formance. The audience will be
at 31 Tl f
c ' 3 1 " ; 11
r IV 'ji) '
ir? t 1 cf 1 3
1. 1 i I 5 '
r' r if f
c: ..li trim?' i r 1
ii.ivtti. -s r ' t t i
tl; s; :..l : " i
e- J i 'Alio t . it)1
all ia brirj- j "l
the former sLe al i
Tl.r-5 ia 8 i1
ir virra: J. A. J - .
J. C. rrt, D. T. . .
r.. 3, v. c. r - i .
r'.-j, O. E. :v I
rlr.-, C. n I.L1.1 : o .
were guests of C.e c
supper at the Cs&xtA C
Son rand '5 ttealter. WpUU tested in
Wednesday it was agreed to admit entering this amateur contest are
all odor school children and.Wd to Communicate with .Pat
to arranging an aufiiuom. ' '
Saturday will be H-ss fopuiar-
teacheri free to the grounds np to
4:00 P. E. All colored school
principals are urged to have the
children attend on Wednesday in
stead of : Friday as heretofore.
Thursday will be known as .."Ches-
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3 i'.'.-OT-V'.' I
ity " day featuring a popularity
contest conducted by G. C. Mitch
elL Saturday. nigbt the winners
will be announced and prizes a
warded in front of - the , Grand
stands ' '" -1 -Jv
- The price of admission 'vill be
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Your Tobacco Looks
nd Sells; Better
The Operators of this 1 louse Have Always Taken Prida and a Person
al Interest in Serving ))up County Fanners. . . We Solicit Yc-r Lazi
ness and Guarantee lh Highestrtlarket Prices on Every FCo. :
i ir mus, vucuoneer r'
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Monday, Sept 20th rSVednesday, Sept 22ndFriday, ; September liir ;
i THIS AD IS
This Offer Good
TLm t2:o Rcct Ncf
' V.'llh to
7hiteville market alii 1
ped last year's s;.' s ty a '
margin, Cules CT-rvi; r - .
Eniih announced tu'-v. 1 jt 11
dioatlons this sssna v 1 I
best that the Whltcvllls i
has ever experienced. T' ? ;
are running ahead of t t
year (18S3), durirz 1 . :
only one set of buyers v. 1 1 a.
ed after the first of Oct,l . Ill
'ear there will be two s i (
Sales r-wfey totaled I ' 1
average $.3.22, bringing t '
son to 13,E21,1C5, at ;
therefore, it is safe to f
with Tuesday's sales, V
total for the season to t . ;
greater than the en're I
taL This proves conula '
I seHin their entire crc i I
for grade prices are e: I
high.- The heat-wave diil ; .1
damaged the local crcrs i
ly, but our farmers xtJ" s
warehousemen in VTLllev.. c
ry every basket to the tep ;
Prices during the last week ' 1 7
ranged lip to sevens-five '.
while hundreds of farn;ors t
ed better than 40 cents -. ' ;
, fialer Supervisor Cmith, f? t'i
Whiteville market, has e
that about 60 per cent i" ' i
year's crop tLrocrru t'is
has been marletei He 1 ; r
ia this opinion after t "
farmers who have nit i
and others aio l.. i ' t
small' amount or ill-. 1
their tenants. One f r it
acres of tobacco s' ' 1 l.
old 1530 lbs. v I lw
41 cents on the h' I :
other stated C;at ! "
ars sold b's t? - -j : 4
anuiher mail ct f f 1 1
that he, tls owner, e ; '
ville a..l got 42 c ; 1 ,
There scenis to 1 i
good ts-Laoco in f
LUJUle belts es t
es er;:ct.i, I
the M.ar c
ally L' here. I.
urrii to sell r v
es oo'tLira l'.-,
a chau.t,e cf 1 ' r :
drcj in Ce t .l.t.
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W'SoH &:Fcr,Tlt Saioa,25,03E04 Fcr t?! ?,25173 Av-rr
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- fyLLliatlss 7ay Fairn3entVard:eir:cn Pel r.r J F;: "1 to C - Vc f - I" r'l t i t - ,
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