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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1920

Iflpip >4 a i In Canadian All Next Week In a Big Tent The Martin Sisters Company WITH A RAGGY SNAPPY JAZZ ORCHESTRA Monday Night's Play A Snappy Mirthful 4-Act Comedy 15 People YOUNG MAN—YOUNG WOMAN ARE YOU GOING TO COLLEGE THIS FALL? Then you will be interested in a school that offers the following advantages: 1. A standard four years college curriculum leading to a Bachelor's degree, and specially equipped to offer advanced instruction in Agriculture, Art, Expression, and Music in addition to the usual college courses. 2. A faculty of fifty "'hand picked" specialists in the various fields of learning. 8. A Department of Music unexcelled in the whole Southwest, giving private instruction in voice, piano, string instruments, band and orchestra, besides instruction in public school music. 4. A Department of Expression that takes rank with the best in the country. 5. A Department of Agriculture equipped with splendid laboratories and sufficient land for work in horticulture asd sto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1920

m llpf^ - t IP W;-r ■ i::l f ■ NW1 IlSP im ?: mm. ^Vv" vV - ix," -S~J BBH f!§-' ■■'' mSi$ p5:-5 EH Ginghams and Percales For School Dresses j- ... • , New goods, pretty patterns, priced 3Sc to 75c per yard. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE W. C Barber & Co. GEM, TEXAS ONE .DAY SPlftAL Rag Rugs, suitable for bath room, kitchen or porch, size 24x36. SATURDAY ONLY $1.39 CANADIAN HARDWARE AND FUR- NITURE COMPANY Claire Lillian Peteler and Madeline Mac Guigan Sokoloff The celebrated soprano and the famous violinist will appear in person at a concert in Canadian Friday Evening ' ^onfAmnoi1 1 tlMi ucpiciliucr IVrill AT THE METHODIST CHURCH They will be assisted by Erl Beat- ty, pianist, Igor Sokoloff, cellist, and by "The Phonograph With $ Soul." ■ No charge for tickets which tfiay be secured by application to Bad* ers' Pharmacy. Call, write or tele- phone No. 11 for tickets. % This appearance of these opera stars in Canadian 4s the event of •: ' v. CANADIAN MAN IS NOM- INEE FOR CONGRESS A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

THE CANADIAN RECORD ■J-.i !..);■ VOLUME 21, NUMBER 50. CANADIAN, hemphill COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1920. subscription 92.00 the year sasaassssBi , "/i,? Former Canadian Boy Accidentally Shoots Self While Hunting NEW ROAD OPENED TUESDAY j Enrollment Canadian Houston Hanna, son of Judge R I. Hanna of Ochiltree coun- ty, accidentally shot and kill- himself early Saturday filming while out hunting ducks. He was supposed to have shot himgelf about six o'clock. At about 10 o'clock a traveler found him with one foot hanging on a wire of the fence. He had appar- ently crawled thru the fence, pulling his shotgun after him, and the gun had fired, the load of shot cutting off the entire fore part of his head from the mouth up. Houston was a young man of about twenty-five years of age. •fudge Hanna is one of the pio- neer Panhandlers. He came from Silverton to Canadian about twen- ty years ago and filed on the land that is now John Nolen's home place. He farmed aiid was deputy cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

& CANADIAN W. C. T. U. WKW8 BT THEIR OWN REPORTER A ftt our i««nt thft tcripi repeating Reading. Miss Fled* Shaller. Music Lyndell Waggoner. A number by Mrs. Daniels' pu- against alcoholism will convene prayer in fli cnmimthVMyAJTJAZMWi£} read by the secretary. The presi- ftndi pri ~m ymw w*-> •—' - —- •<«*-* • • supt. tisqsiaJ :0 %r^afatHpHKh.^ tfPfc r* %- city. The congress 1f*ljCn.,*]|ttU rum for thtsfrj® «Xcba0S*-.«f Gpra Jfapsait.;. fares kso^i ||ij Mr. and Mr*. Studer Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Studei) have been the recipients of sev eral liftlS" Mripfft affairs duri Floyd St^eifcrtaijg With a: informal Hrceptijbn ituHeirjiono! A. B. Stewart each gave elegant lT dinner "parties on "sueeessive ~eve- Hobby has appoint ,fte following ladies to represent =4 IfnyiaOWME I 9 ofine most teMfWot&lrtir tyas the absoli^tely complete sur onHpf} httrJkflfeiikfc/rMkPiMMtt. i r -js;the. _ iitii Jht, /gtlatmedr autii1^ •tended bar ia^ rewrfemi* «MwS^7k>se^Ml M«fr Naitwtt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

IT '■ I i II.: li t'i I 3 , i -.:E SPARED FAIR SEX : Ototime "Kn5r§™'the ,| Not Always Stern. s I the pitcher was bfTFare Flast fndian sweetmeats; the blanket is sometimes called the "Klrtd altar cloth," since it was presumably froii MSJiitli ^i0rl|an or Mexl- nircli in some piratical raid. Among the most famous names In the reprehensible but picturesque roll ,ot. British bigteBBarmeti Is that of iClaude Duval.^M^t along with his French name, mwwtd dash of T'r'ench polltene^.Hu^east toward the ■>faJr and easily ^rlgn^ned sex. He is reputed on varlbtitf jbcc^sions to have fcpfered pretty .l£/fi/*s .tlifelr rings or •|jjfcgge<i|b||p winning!y tfe wy wpJcb one not- en^ro&md such a or <0fjng able | and thaVwithout 'of Redjjirtng jcffi GratW-..Teare tely frdj^ Lids Droppes upon able concession not, however, d itpmgQtty for :b>ut 'rthwlth heath, with the laude for her b which she At * ■ ' •: a - •; ... Ey*n Notorious Freebooters Have %pe« ' Known'" tii'f Succumb' to Hfeaii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

PamrJ expenses not less than $100. The KEEP HOME FIRES BURNING C/A.. i_ j!J M^4 4Ua CumS Hemphill County, Texas Lb P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Safeacriptkm Priea, the year UN ■stored at the postal Bee at Ca- Milan, Tenaa, as sec ■ail matter. ond class THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1920 The West is G rowing The incident before the Demo- cratic state convention when the West Texas A. and M. proposition Was disposed of disclosed two or three interesting things. One East Texan said that it was his infor- mation that West Texas was in much need for conservation, for fifty cents did not irritate the reporter, but the lack of courtesy behind the fifty cents did. A local newspaper is a great cart horse for the entire commun- ity. The editor often extends pub- licity favors that entail an ex- penditure of many dollars for the one item alone, and he does it gladly; is glad, in fact, that he is in a position to serve his fellow man and to be of service to the community. He d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

"'■i 1 f i ! 4 ^ ' v A("v * v "&*- ' ,r JE liigft *■!■ ■ ■.., Gobs of Sympathy Our good friend, Editor L. P, Loomis of the Canadian Record is a candidate for congress on the Republican ticket,. Loom$s is good scout, but so far Marvin *#ines has not seriously looked for another job.—Canyon News. L. P. Loomis, formerly editor of the Slatonite, now editor o^ the Canadian Record, was nomi- nated at Ama illo to run for con-; ifress from thie diStricton the Republican tick€>?, - Opposing the Hon. Marvin Jonles, Democratic nominee.—The Slaton Slatonite. L. P. Loomis, editor of the Ca- nadian Record and nominee for congress on the Republican tick-' '•■ft, addressed a fair sized audience "ast Friday ni^ht at ^ Panhan- dle. bank corner. "W hlte Kere Mr. l oomis paid the Herald a frater- nal visit and we enjoyed having him with us. During the two hours he was in the Herald office we were so intensely engaged in ' *hop talk" that neither of us mentioned the Republican Or* Democratic camp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

!vM M GA6EBY Mr. and Mrs. Carson and her children spent Monday afternoon with her sister, lira. Ileal. Mrs. J. W. Van Sickle of Ca- nadian visited her sister, Mrs. igo and friends in this community this week. and Agnoe • Berends came out to the ranch VN for the week end. * Miss Lila Hext had as her * guests last week the Misses Stick * ley and Baldwin. • • • 0 • • GEM Mrs. Joe Buckner is visiting Tha C. R. Cook family had a dinner Monday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Smith and their ■s*. v W. « • . &«<*>*• .children. > ^ •' .. f relatives in Gem this week. t Mr aBd Mrs. Jas. Trayior and H. M. Petree has sold his farm their children of Canadian and north of Gem. Mr. and Mrs. Major Johnson and ^~ J * their children of M. K. visited relatives in this neighborhood' Saturday and Sunday. And after it all, we hear som<| people complaining because the sun is Shi brightly. 1 I H ' - V ■ II# Ml 1 Gem. Quite a little activity in real estate in our neighborhood the past ten day...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL m Values in Men's Work Shoes at Everybody's. W. A. Palmer went to Childresp Tuesday on D-C-D business. A large variety of Grips, Suit Cg^pa and Trunks at Everybody's. R. L. Blanton and S. E. Allison were in Booker Saturday and Sun- day. B. M. Hill, cashier of the Gla- zier State Bank, was in Canadian Monday on business. Will have car of Arkansas Ap- ples on track in Canadian about Sept. 27th. W. C. Ratliff. 51 Marvin Lewis, Canadian high eihool graduate, has entered Tex- A. and M. College this fall. We always keep what you want in Millinery. Let us supply your PERSONAL AND LOCAL Miss Lola Studer visited Miami friends last week. Alfalfa hay for sale. Tom Hughes at Palace Barber Shop. Otis Truelove of Amariil^ was i.: Canadian on business Tues day. Miss Kewen and Miss Sohns of Miami visited Canadian friends lest week. John Trollinger of Amarillo is visiting in Canadian for a few days with Jeptha Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Pryor of Way no- ka, Okla., are visiting their son, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

!#• , i.t SB' f.f P mntMf:* / ':J mk How Would You Like to Harvest Two Crops Watch Next ^r^P^w- ?,y> imi a& sum&w LA X>4 WA JAXOQSm krmadulte. 3 W Ark.—Speaking s^isssjjtsttfcas. led as "the family medicine," *f •■• •' *«r locarTarmers? ft wasn t crops arolieifip. Mary B. Hill, of Rant# ■ says: lien the children get bllloua, I [them a couple of good doses, and we have sour stomach, headache. By liver or stomach trouble, we Hack-Draught. It Is an easy laxa- fjivel and soon does the work. I cer- tainly think it Is one of the best rem- edies made." Black-Draught acts on the jaded .a •f *•* «' in ,t£* jolted Jll^tea,, e*pn., It 'was grown'la't£*' faroff Philippine ls- landf by Kriiplno schoolboys Two-fine Mvek gently, but positively, and hetaxr- ftaatfep audi ^gli^lrare, it i& its important function of thrpw^-r Fnlpmos, w «a wr- ing Tout waste materials" and ppipens Irotn the system. " ' Id thousands of households Black- Draught is kept handy for Immediate isft In time...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

SliuM , mw0utofHotpiial Ira Swinehart was discharged fiom the hospital Sunday as on the road to recovery. He suffered severe injuries in the auto acci- dent at Wichita, Kansas, the Sun- High School Coming fnti lb Own Canadian high school is coming into its 'own this Sfwtntjfer J&s the leading fducllipaal irtgjtitption of the NoSrth Plains, %nd a number of young men and women from ottyer counties as welL^uk from " iVAP&Mtx hive erf- work Canadian schools gresfjV^f policy hooi <?.av before, the principal hurts t>juig a cut on the forehead «f d <t>n« on the right shin. [}ht0«|li .. ,RJ injuries affected his heart forTHej^118 winter. The Efficiency of the farst few days, but teems to have gonf*to his sho der and lower side.\)w die, the other Cana8iu the accident, is well on the road tjo recovery. The Haynes qpufr tl struck the Overland ca^ itl irere riding in was going aSou Ijcrty miles an hour and hit their fear almost f^l |WfK, THp Overland wafi" tffivenrig" 'about...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 September 1920

iPiP'iir ml Ife i? fcv 1 p.; • fefe Sb ?"■' W Pf'V ■ sfiFi' |«a#j PANHANDLE CO-OPERATIVE CO. Saturday and Monday Specials Phone 2$5 i No. 2,/j! Etiwanda Peaches 30c No. 2# Happy Vale Peaches 45c No. Libby Peaches -55c No. 2Ve Broken sliced Pineapple ._40c No. 2% Farmcrest Apricots 35c No. 10 Van Nuy's Apricots 90c No. 10 Etiwanda Peaches - —90c No. 10 Rose Carnival Blackberries—$1.30 No. 10 Crisco $1.75 No. 5 Crisco 90c No. 1 Crisco 35c PANHANDLE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY PHPlogrJI FRIDAY CHARLES RAY in "Crooked Street" Also a Two-Reel Comedy SATURDAY ELSIE FERGUSON in I "Counterfeit" Sam Wind Snub Pollard Comedy Starring the fascinating little maid of Japan—ISURI AOK1 " A. Tbkio Siren " A Universal Special TUESDAY The beautiful MAY ALLISON in ■Hh A sparkling comedy of New York society WEDNESDAY A romance of the northern Snow Lands. ir A story you have wanted to see. THURSDAY ENID BENNETT in Woman .Eea^S" A Paramount Picture " AN ARTIST MUQDLE " Two-Reel Comedy HARVEST BOUNTIFUL THIS YEA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

THE CANADIAN BBOOBD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 51. CANADIAN. HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXASj THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR PriJucts for Wichita Wheat Show Will be Secured by T. C. Moore i C. Moore of the Washita •icifnborhood has been selected tc prepare the exhibit to be sent to iht- Wichita Wheat Exposition Oututor 4 to 16. Mr. Moore will devote several days to this work W«d it is to be hoped that every faroer will assist him in select- i|!K iruch material as will be need- ed. f an.-Plains Chamber Commerce Aisarillo, Sept. 22.—Believing that t4e problem of re-districting the Panhandle is a matter that should come before the state leg- islature the Panhandle-Plains Chancer of Commerce declined to participate in framing the re-dis- tric'r-isg clause of the Democratic state platform in the convention i rid at Fort Worth last week at the same time acknowledging the hoiiw of an invitation to assist it- tke performance of that duty. Likewise the Agricultural and Mechanical Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

m CLERK'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT OF COUNTY FINANCES Tabular statement to M. F. Blair, County Clerk, of the indebted- ness, expenditures, and Receipts of Hemphill County, Texas, for the quarter ending July 31, 1920: JURY FUND—FIRST CLASS Balance $1(751.48 To amount receved during quarter 35.23 By amount paid out during quarter, Exhibit "A" $3.00 By. .per cent commission on amout received-- .51 By- .per cent commission on amount paid out._ .05 Amount to balance 1,783.15 $1,783.15, balance $1,786.71 $1,786:71 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND—SECOND CLASS Balance $4,700.66 To amount received during quarter 5,094.78 By amount paid out during quarter, Exhibit "B" —« $12,153.48 By _per cent commission on amount received 75.96 By- .per cent commission on amount paid out-- 185.27 Amount to balance, overdraft 2,519.27 CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS |4 BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Overdraft $2,519.27, balance. $12,414.71 $12,414.71 GENERAL COUNTY FUND—THIRD CLASS Balance $3,609.04 To amount received during quarter 45..6...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

I No. 997 Official statement uf the financial condition of THE GLAZIER STATE BANK nl Glazier, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 8th day, of September, 1920, published in the Canadian Record, a newspa- • per printed and published at Ca- nadian, State of Texas, on the 23d day of September, 1920. RESOURCES Lou:> and discounts, personal or collateral $47,203.78 Overdrafts 723.63 Ponds and stocks 351.50 iieai estate (banking house) — 1,3:57.55 Furniture and fixtures. 808.G1 I'lie from other banks and backers, and cash on hand 14,663.09 Interest in depositors' if guaranty fund 741.24 Acceptances and bills of Exchange 1.280.26 Total $67,109.66 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid i-n $10,000.00 Surplus fund 5.000.00 Undivided profits, net__ 178.94 Individual deposits, subject to check . . . 42,716.91 Time certificates of deposit 8,320.49 Cashier's checks - 893.32 Total $67,109 GG STATE OF TEXAS, County of Hemphill: W'e S. M. N'unn, as president, and B. M. IIill. as cashier of sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year (2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1920 Well, when MacSwinney does die the daily newspapers will be robbed of a headliner. Every day for two or three weeks the start- ling news has been shrieked at us: "MacSwinney Growing Weak- er; Death Expected Momentarily." Jack Johnson is now in the penitentiary doing time for vio- lating the laws of decency and civilization. Some eight years ago he left the United States and tried living away from home. But like the man without a countryj like a yellow dog that sticks to his cruel negro master, Jack couldn't live away from white folks, and after becoming an out- cast in France and Mexico he catne home to take his prison sen- tence so he could again walk ameng white people. Our good brother, L. D. Shaw, Of the Higgins News has been so-sick...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

l-t PERSONAL AND LOCAL New Records arrive every week at Miller's Jewelry Shop. Mr*. George Gerlach is visiting Mrs. R. B. Fatton in Avard, Okla., this week. a can of Hill Bros. Red Can Coffee. Panhandle Co-Opera- tive Company. Mr.* and Mrs. Judd Mitchell visited relatives in Beaver County, Okla., last Sunday. U |N(, lie. E. G. Lyle of Parkville, Mo., was in Canadian last week look- ing after property interests. M rs. Albert Knollenberg re- turned Saturday from an extended visit to her old home in Marion, *1. Mrs. John Trollinger of Ama- rilie, returned home Friday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jep To«M. Miss Edith Young left Monday for Topeka, Kansas, to enter Bethany College. Miss Edith will graduate this year. Of course you'll want one of the icw feather hats this season Call and get yours while you have the ehoice of our stock. Mitchell's Hat Shop . D®n't let that child be held back in his or her studies in school on account of eye trouble. T guarantee to fit glasses or no pay....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

Dawson-Hanrahan Wedding Miss Lulu T. G. Dawson of this iity and Mr. William li. Hanrahan #f Kansas City, Mo., were united sc marriage at the home of the^ bride's sister, Mrs. Edw. Baiders- ton in this city on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 15th, the Rev. J. E. Stephens speaking the mar- siage ceremony. Besides immediate relatives of the bride there were present at the wedding the doctors and nurs- es of the Caylor hospital. After the ceremony the bride and groom were escorted to the Santa ?> station in appropriate style by their admiring friends, and they were given a royal farewell as Ihey took the train for the east They will visit at different places while on their honeymoon, and Kill he at home in Kansas City after Sept. 25th. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Alexander Dawson of this city, ifid she was a nurse in the Caylor lospital. She gave her services as aarse overseas with the American Expeditionary Forces for two years during the war, and after returning to the United States ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

Charter No. 6826 Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Canadian, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on September 8, 1920. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (except those shown in b and c JL Total loans Owrdrafts unsecured U. S. government securities owned. Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) Owned and unpledged Total U. S. Government securities Other bonds, securities, etc.: Securities, other than U. S. bonds (.not including stocks), owned and unpledged Total bonds, securities, etc. other than U. S. Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock Value of banking house owned and yf unencumbered Furniture and fixtures Real estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and net amount due from national banks Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank (other than item 16) Total of items 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17_ Checks on banks locat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 September 1920

ipi Pf. fe Si: • ••* *••••• • • • • WITH OUK RURAL * • • • CORRESPONDENTS • • * PLEASANT VALLEY Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ruby and their baby upent the week end with Mr. Ruby's father at Gage- by. Mr. and Mrs. Macy of Vernon visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Paulk Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Macy is a sister of Mr. Paulk. Jim Wilson's parents are visit- ing him. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Richardson! and their children returned home PANHANDLE CO-OPERATIVE CO. Monday Specials 4 bars joy Soap 25c PANHANDLE CO-OPERATIVE IHI Phone 265 GIVE YOUR MOTOR GOOD 1 H ' ■ ■ ■ (!ome to the Wooten Oil House. We have all classes of 1 litest Oils Hitest Water White Kerosene Hitest New Navy Specification Gas- oline. Paint and Linseed Oil. Brooms, Spark Plugs, Cow Yokes Come and see us. Phone your order to Number 156. The Independent Oil House J O. WOOTEN ENID BENNETT in IBB " AN ARTIST MUDDLE f Comedy SATURDAY ELSIE JANIS in Sambo and Snub Pollard Comedy MONDAY EDITH ROBERTS in 'iAls Miss Dodd" iJUi MITCHELL LEWIS in ^Burnin...

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