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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1926

ilii Lt, Tv| LM IIDFOTflDV IIIIUT If) II, •nadian, Tenia ' > i ' • ||'«I • * * • - y Willi' ji1 Jj ||i|j|||| I AUGUST 27 ■ .... .. A I JT J * 1 . ■ > A mighty dramaof love ■ and War, one that evcr^ I one will enjoy. The to- i1 '.I ft IS .".N'-iJ* ■ ^ j jbwIBBMM I E J _| Mf ice Tubb Bull V'Vlf1|! if 1 L11 DB. A O. CAM*!*, BW l'f« IBiiiSIMliiMP tf^Mifl Chevrolet, north of town up Dry Creek. Ray Condo. 32-2tp * i / ■SWIM lit 3&SBSM IfieiWKi'Wl'n IsHliPiiiiiiiii . - *. _ T 1 1 1 #: mm Mr \M 1 ' ■ iHHWn lliliilii ■ js ■H In Our II in ■■'J Pifflf quitter, ~ then remor ° , uu " ;*« should bsee his1 come back! mmm A tale of Riffian rascal. a™ HmfHn| every msamm a I A picture —. lne„T'ienjoy from 8,nrt w "Also the Fox News." MMHi I Sat. Matinee and Night >;j;; mmmm Th. Etentta Price 11„,J A A. . . A t . atural situations. Not a dull moment in Film adaption ; & V,:K Mw SPECIAL Bigger Th, m mm K < I The Ten Comma "nr IH. .. MWy. i i#wi i Channing Pollock's mighty drama of b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1926

BBBBIEFS (gam McAdams was In Amarillo, st week, on business. [it, C. Jackson was in Amari').\ et Thursday, on business. Ifi?wfMilw Ji1Pft IIfKI III'< jVi J Mary j^ou Nix and mother have turned from a two weeks visit Suvanah, Mo. Irs. C. T. Locke and Saxon of Amarillo, were here business, last Friday. [The White House Lumber G'oni- iny has received' a ear load of Ipe casing for water wells. ["Don't, don't, don't!" was what ey told her—and so, being a nan. Tacey did!" 3. V. Thompson and family of feburne, Tex., are visiting L. A. hompson. (Clay R. Scott of Albuquerque, M., has been visiting Mr. and irg, Jcp Todd. r. and Mrs. E. L. Herren and ally of Topeka, Kans., are vis* np Mr. and Mrs. A. Liske. fim '[ S 111 pHfiM !iss Edith Young has returned 6m Boulder, Colo., where she ent the past two weeks. lA^J n • * .R?thJen of Port- *f visiting her daugh- ter and family, Mrs. W. A. Dean. „Mr^Ilrlf,r 4 mt,e cireu «M «*<• «*■ BMJB RIDGE ROMANCE refuge among thB people of the mountains. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1926

A'!' >!.' i > ' ' ' , i ■ ' i i'ill 9' Si"" Mr. and Mrs. L 1 '• eSs'iiS j S1 . iill _A_„ ' pSi B§ilt I JL move them as soon as the seed The Progressive Parmer. j McPherson. snorts writer i r_na( visit their begin to come 1 County, Texas All C. L. McPherson, sports writer Victor is an olc ffipHMMflKS «_ 1 : wlfflHil to ifl§P 1 . MBM collective bargaining may proper- the right, while on a vacation in ly be extended to organisations, orphan's home, at Tipton. J. E. TODD, .... In Texas ' ■■■ - from his SV: 4 From Canadian to; AmariUoa ag..Prices fo which thoj- * fBiiillpll Jill sell their products instead -f From 1 ">■'««• In Which k IMffl ed for less than six encour p ., _ j \ i .V SB Mall room to for coo marSini of farm predicts ! = ,. ... be h Strict. An nil hnnm nrnbabh' greater Of course, the business of farm Or Call ■Hi ling is Intimately connected with I every other form of business ac- oil boom i _ O ft! than over before* attended the ■ illliil tip HSlSife tivity. It is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1926

Bobbins, of near Notla.'i? Kg Miss Rath Stedman. Amber Hulen of Amarillo, W her mother, Mrs. Drake. ( Robertson of Amarillo, is jg her daughter, Mrs. Man- erring. Lard Bloomer of Woodward, is now working at the W. Uiiu* Hardware Company. and Mrs. J. M. Nally of Res, New Mex., are visiting Sally's brother, Mr. H. M. and family. Snyder, Mrs. Karl D. land Wynona Purman were Iwton, Kans., last Friday |g Mrs. Jones' son. |, Grace Spiller, Clarice and have returned, from Pre Kans.. where they spent 10 L Mike O'Neal and little [iter were in Lipscomb laat fvisitini? her sister, Mrs. P I vou wish a bacon that is |in cure, sweet, and is bound jjtisfy, we recommend Mor. Pride. Studer's Market. |sg Georgia Humphrey who peen visiting relatives here, ned Sunday to her home at Worth, Tex. Minor Carson and two |ren. Virgil and Sallie Brock, for Canyon, Sunday, wher-2 [will attend institute | haven't time to worry about other people wear, just fi- [jyour# own needs and if con- nt come in and let us ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1926

on, of forty-two. ■son, was,served: fandwoto 'I IHlg hit,,llB 11 **t\ Hfl st" ' ' iSP IS ^.$r' «|M;: ii in 1! iiifSt iiigif. 11: II aBm§ Sllll <X . '1M fe f«:: g.... - ■ ii'BH , llii Itf hs$ m m III #1 stsljtt wS zz IliiBiRliliiii#'> ■ i ! mm ' ■.1 FULFEE-BUBAI Miss Josephine Fulfer of Can- adian, and J. F. Eubanks, a brakeman on the Santa Fe here, were married August 10, by the Rev. C. E. Fike. They are mak- ing their home in Canadian. Mr. Erbanks lived at Temple, Tex., until a year ago. [ & G N Ry Co., titles prevailing. The quickest w< vice and best work guaranteed. Hemphill County Abstract Company FEDEATION OF CLUBS The fourth Friday, August 27, the regular meeting of the City Federation of Clubs was held Nine women were present. The meeting was in ' barge of Mrs. B. F. Tepe. the new '-resident. Plans were discussed for beautifying the streets, parkways and vacant lots. A full attendance is re- quested for the September meet- ing, Which will be on the fourth Friday....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1926

m« lOTIiA NEWS given &t the Gurcttc Ihome Saturday night Ittended. Mrs. Carl Kizsiar and: !„nd Booker Kizziar vis- | brother, Otis, Sunday. i Mrs. R. E. Taylor and rgi m. R. Merydith vis* ■e W. F. Taylor home A. Butler and son to* h Mrs. Maddy of Enid, i Mrs- Ash of Wyoming, Lg Mrs. Frank Hamil- irresy returned Tuesday ;elc,: from St. Joseph, he had been visiting 3... [ Mrs. Ernest Pague and ppiiMii Jugg Mitchell together with Mr. and Mrs. 'Otis Kigziar and Lois enjoyed a fish fry on Wolf Creek MBWS ■ ! ® Misses Francis Gooo, iSdna Turner, Arnold Good, Leo and George Gerhart spent Sunday af- ternoon, with Mr. and Mrs. Otis KiKsiar. Misses Margaret and Opal Good went to Amarillo, Saturday night, where they will visit friends. Miss Margaret will at tend the institute next week. WASHITA WINKS Clarence Newton is visiting his Several persons from this com- munity were Canadian callers Sa- turday. tfhe Misses Liley * Dixon and Anita Moore left Sunday, for •Canyon., "" Mrs. Durham of A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1926

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

v1# Sill SS'vi ME 34 NUMBER 37 CANADIAN, HEMI'IIILL COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER !>. 1926 SUBSCRIPTION, 92.60 Per Year sre On Cotton JL, GIN REPORTS OUT PLOOK GtOOD—ELECT OFFICERS CORN AND MAKING COTTON GOOD HERE lectors of the Canadian Gin lanv voted Tuesday, to off«r imiiim on the first two bales eked cotton brought to the Although Hemphill County b not considered a corn producing county, it is apparent from an ^■ar raised on the (J. W. Ayres farm, near Gageby, that goo J forn can be raised here. Mr. ,Ayres brought an ear to The Re- cord Office Saturday that had 1,000 grains of corn on it. There e.1 r. jped in Hemphill, Lipscomblw<?1« 18 rows of grains on the chiltw Counties, as follows fiat price of 30 ctents a pound he first 500 pounds baled and Mr. Ayres says he has about it price of 25 cents a pound I ' ° corn th,B {*ar- Some e second bale of picked cot- 1 ,l Ul11 "verage as high as 50 "J " bushels to the acre. He also ha4 cotton planted, the bowls of which are so ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

iiiiSiffllil v a \ sfl II '"ft M1 hHMI . ,, .$ Hi' i'lfillS: '"v.,-' mm K<3 wis FBOQRAM QUEEN THEATRE Canadian, Texas Friday Only I P--1 li; ill Jack Hoxie The While Outlaw A Horse superb in bis beauty—wild as the prim- _ itive country he roamed yet human in his emotions for the three he loved— a man—a maid—and a dog. A picture that is different—a clean vivid story of the Western Plains, amazingly told-- beautifully produced— with the most remarkable horse and Bog ever seen on the Screen. See this unusual picture of real western life, a picture that is & marvel of thrills beauty and surprises. I Also "The Fox News" Sat. Matinee and Night A Metro Goldwyn Mayer "SPECIAL" t Sally O'Neal in UnAtinw r You remember Sally in "Mike*—well, here she is in a Bigger and better Picture than that. She Is The Worlds New Wonder Star. Sally will make you laugh until you Cry and then laugh some more with some of the Stunts she pulls in this Picture. "Officer, arrest that beast. He stole my car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

1 ' ■ - ' S vi Studei Jte illllllw wsmm IThel BAND BOB ttggftra 4 m l , _ _ pH | " . ! i^w,./Tsraw m*aSSI° item 0r ttooI-~that it is to be another light Six or still lighter Eight. 1 BBBBhUmImBIB #*•. redeiVed I here Ford Motor Company Aug. 27. I 111111; IS ftNew^Anl&ed Cars, iiwlii 5a sSilil Wi mm WfS:. *L _ j * * 1 ■HI ■Mil MMbb ■ . ; '*! j 11 lliiii W. S. Newell Ijjflce Hobd [T. B Studer Agents t and Mrs. George Simpson anadian. accompanied by I daughter, Mrs. Oscar Moora L will motor to Las Cruces, L where they will vwit wrth —i ■ H R illl mm Douglas, the pluc^ littii . eof Fox Films "Black Par- k" which opens at the Queen ire for a one day run next |3ay^a's^^ljj|ji|j|M ' ^ sary program this role she takes the part •little girl who, on the mom- If her wedding, is called Upon | oose between protecting her to from the detectives, who mowing him, or of giving <P to the police for his share Mrglary. i stands by him, however, es 1 with him after a thrilling 'o a whaler sailing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

;£i r ilia r i py i i * rnsrnmmm if lis* v t> a, fitkwatbr, P.I „„ knd Bv.nliig 8cb°ol . Moody Bibl* F" ¥" , °W« tprn N«w p par Union) f™«" nhMI|i ■ MB for Qod'a ■IBs. i , m JuS"™w«5iM4toto paapap 1 1 r.sHrw " - ....- ... r7, , "" ] ihp candlestick and also the of shewbread. Directly In 'front CS-foT'b ''i'^wS "'iTHS [ ' I10MM wns found U,. rk ,,f ivenant, the most sacred entire tabernaclo. This ark taA fhtt tfihla nf flfntiA tli* riAt p|{?MW£fi WHMW . . in si <h.® an ?f Of God In v u,M HI t. John says that the Word ho sh and tabernacled among us ... mi ' ' . , l ,4- The furniture of the JMMI ■A 'i, , , J IfflMlM mmm PBMw . ij . : i'""" . . ■ ii ISMliBl if RiM 01 isiair™ raSiiifi®?!' PijoISlpM rs. E. J. Muse aaugnter, in ffl^0^^®5lSlffiKM^ffi®wlf^{SP8M l-T>'WW'n-v«M'-l'l<1^*ll WKP!|WJ« TWWJFf MKITM L"l7nZ«,7rt, „vi9l'or in the sreen home, Monday aftemocn. * High School Au- ■ .. . 14. All the leading mwrnocn. JWcAl A recent iss wmaMMt PJ by the young i*. Wife and ue and a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

■ ■sac Ill 'Si; I. • r; ' ■% f.r L i'i y, :lpi ii ; ■KAMI $hB:; i'i®i •♦ RAVAGES OP VLV miL Malaria 1 If EVIDENT IN TEX. RECORDS Sucildo 19 1 y, | HB «'ij ^a;^<if l|-.lT«.TT--T--- i®! Influenza was the most deadly! Meningitis — 12 _ ^ . J-— malady in Texas durini||S T*'? "eddin«s fifteen years, according to static- Homicide - - 10 Two wedding ceremonies were, tics just compiled by the Illinois Pellagra — 8 piiformed this week by the Rev.; Bankers Life Association of Mon- Diabetes - 7 Jv. O. Fugate at the First Baptist mouth, 111., covering its death Tetanus 3 parsonage. The couples were: claims paid in that state. One Insanity 8 Unga G. Atkinson and J. W. death in every seven among til4? Measles - 8 Mathers, who were married last;company's policyholders in Tex.. Goitre 2 Sunday morning ; Hazel Buck ; n om 1911 to June 30. 1926. rs- Sunstroke 1 ner and N. E. Field were married suited from influenza. I Disappeared 1 Monday afternoou. j This large mortiality was due' All Other Cause...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

i K. School went on a Erday at Anvil Park ind family phow i Canadian, 8a* it. jrothers entertained a [friends for several reek. jfrfi. Ben Albanathy er have been visiting jid friends at Halles. bast few days. te for Last Week) wins and fanily was thu? community Sun- [e Bflle King ha$ been week, but is now im- |kles and Charles Ma>i- L mIUtp near Wheeler, tor Linman will leave br Carlsbad, Tex., for Mrs. H. K. Masingale rn Wednesday of last business. •■MSS® J®*"8 a1' day signing at Stand!!!? Th® ne*t fifth The Primitive Baptist held an association meeting at the Zy- bach Church last Friday. Satur- Rev a5l®?,,day- ***• ^or®an «®v. Smart and Rev. Lawl r preached. ^ Another railroad survey hap !£?" ""f t^ro?Bh Mrt part ef w .e" b°*°od' Mm-from ?°^tn to north across the Nuc%< les and Hext farms. It is not known what the road ig or where it will run. The Methodist revival at the Zybach Church dosed Wednesday night. Rev. Oaks left" Thursday morning, for his home at Bula, lex. There w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 September 1926

■ • I I . fifll I -r'A, IpHB Wm'Ml 11; 'm ;>l§ j '' CITATION BY PUBLICATION The Stale of Texas, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County, Greeting: You ore hereby commanded to summon Thomas D. Fulton, Dav- id W. Fulton, Emily E. Fulton, Mary F. Fulton, Martha E. Cham- pion, and her husband, Edward D. Champion, Maria J. Henderson and George A. Henderson, har husband, V. R. Cayce and L. K. Bates, "if living, or if dead then their unknown heirs: the un known heirs of M. M. French, deceased, and the unknown heirs of . D. W. Fulton, . by making publication of this Cita- tion once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some news- paper published in your County. If there be a newspaper published therein, but if not. then in the nearest County where a news- paper is published, to appear at the next regular term "of the District Court of Hemphill Coun- ty, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Canadian, Tex as, on the fourth Monday in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1926

nHPImWMB II SIISISI A'ia.1 \ MllllliSil Rf™l lllliliill BRMHt mmfflmm Ml ■Hs fflmmmmmi t S ■;^;^i - —" j silPilllp! | mbJ diH'IPiRH «-J— -•— ■■'!■■'■■.■ ii * ■ , ii i iib iii (in in i ■ nViwiiii.ii' il,—' , „■ .„ —« . ' " ' " " " ' " """ ' tuME M .NUMBER 38 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY. TEXAS. THCHSPAY, 8E mmm I,':1.!";; MBBR 16, 1926 S|||PRmM£r _ i 'li i.iil'l ,UM i ii ,. I , ihi ^ . i V1!" :"";r'i. _ Li.^jti:..!...;...1 r' .iiv iViiv?' ■ ■WNHMM NEW PASTOR Ii;i:I A V W WW-WI wmwmmm aBHRHRBHSiRR UHHHHH WHin - (■ J|K' ,i, M i aiiSilWi ' HiHHPH t*.mm ■■■!■■ ... I A reception for Rev. and iii Mlnm c c Am . 1. Brimberry will be given at warn -— T FRANCHISE TO PAN iiiliiWlil of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. M .... . ip u { j '80'c,-k SliiiiiMliill ' I' I * , Wr. and Mrs. Brimberry recent CO. FOB BO YEARS M movi *i0TZ ; ,,, . rt^ Tr\ I. A iirls iliMli liilsll 1S„. . ' ItMii Christian Church. The public is invited to attend the reception. l r„^lr3a"comr„r" DIVISION ===== = __ S Hm. ...... T„„.„ •* «« mt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1926

■MM i I. .■r iMf 1 :v:: j;. fill; m ™^K • mi 1 ■ m SSI ; \m\ 1BBIH i 7 -f llBIIfB' mm ■II '"4* % ' , fe ill ii ■ ; queen theatre Canadian, Texas Friday Only September 10 "The Bait People" Who are the best peo- ple? Laughs, flashy scenes of New York night Ufe, . society boudoirs, back-stage theatrical epi- sodes, and racing limou- sines fill this brillant entertainment. It is pack- ed with youth, color, swift pace, pretty girls, and gowns, and wonderful-1 Comedy situations. Also "The Fox News" Sat. Matinee <tnd Night September 11 A Metro Goldwyn Mayer ••SPECIAL" "The Barrier" Rex Beach, greatest writer of red-blooded ad- venture stories, has here given the epic of Alaska to the screen. A breath- | taking film masterpiece with an all-star cast, has been made of the thrilling tale of a man who goes to the Klondike and there, amid amazing adventure, finds love and gold. See: the death-dealing ice jam —a ship destroyed—thrill- ing fights—and other sen- sations galore. Also Two Act Com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1926

ill Ld Kinp left for last Fred Rathjen is quite ill home. vju Jones spoke at Amarillo, Thursday. |8s Philpol of Miami, shopped unadian. Friday. Lph Jennings of Canyon, is ■est of Parker Hanna. Is. W. R. Ewing of Id here last week. Miami, i>s. Lester Pettus and son of l^ngeles, are visiting F. O. Is. E. W. Morgan left Friday eford, where she will visit p. 0. Boyd of Lipscomb, is hac?I sister, Mrs. Mike C. Shaller spent the week pith his family in Shattuck, horns. uce WaterAeld left Monday, olleR-e Station, to enter A. IM. C'«llege. lien and Rush Snyder raotor- |o Parkville, Mo., where they 1 attend school. I'"!']!''1: ' !iff; jff1' 1 |ra Chance left Saturday eve- for Chickasha to take up [college course. E. Hooks of Amarillo, wad this week on business, and bit Earl Scadden. . Campbell, principal of the school surprised his friends ringing home a bride. entering Park College. |L. Smith, residing near Gem "Monday, for DeLoris, Colo, he will make his home. II b. J. W. Sanders spent t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1926

it Hum Wii. ' : •; i MM ■HK ;ll§ ; iff ifStltfl *■• J ■ 'I'i ftMW ^HE/fffN^IAN REC ftinwllw, Hemphill County, Texas ■* RD Joseph M. Noble, Marie M. Noble Editor and Publisher Associate Editor The Subscription rates lor The Record are: t&W f&50 91J5 ;i All subscriptions must be paid taadvance. No subscription ed for less tban six months. Bntered at the Post Office at Canadian, Texas, as Second-Class Mall - i i hmm i mm Help Keep Canadian Clean INDUSTRIES Much has been said recently by Canadian business men about making this city an industrial center. News in The Record last v/eek shows that steps are being taken in this direction. One of the stories that appeared was that the ice plant is to be mater- ially inlarged under the manage- ment of an Oklahoma man. The other news of importance to Can- adian is that given out by direc- tors of the cotton gin that new machinery has been installed and an offer of premiums made to growers in this section for the first cotton brought to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1926

Mrfr'- '■ sSlWSws.ifc' iMMMHH mm H Wu BE • *< _ „, aturday aMj^ Individual Shop Mr. and Mrs. ■■BijilMSi* t^OTOaj mAm f SON TEXT~Levltlcu. 2«:l-4« PEN TBXT-Pj. not jrlnfc win* c """" t ,A„, TOI'.C—Duntet «.„... jlOR TOPIC—Th. B.lf'CatfOI ot ijrmkuiatb^ijia '^ZpIVksu adult top. .forcing the t w. Ue Fundamental Law* 8ta'§ 1,2). . v:VoTZe^Si ,t tolerate . rival. There must jrsjsstM P s bbat,, mnHt be observed KM fzzr'zr^x'" [Blessings for Obedience to God's l(vL:,;13-)" , «w tr f : 11 : f 1 mer.lcal Increase (w. 0, 10). etr number would be multiplied | and the produce of the land to- ad? ZE prince <vv. 11- e greatest of all God's blessings I abiding presence. Happy Is nation and people to whose pres- God chooses to dwelt Calamities for Disobedience S;..u «**■ . SUCH ,3 LIFE ' '' ms.mnl.ie hour and no c ii >ui iiim inn The story concern. *. . . Nveekly. The Men'tTpepurtinent ia shoWJ IIMSlilfH ■ ' ted, ZaSu Pitts and Trixie Pri- tanza. I ii'a" and si shoes this everything you ca...

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