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   Bradford Era (Newspaper) - March 26, 1929, Bradford, Pennsylvania                                �w h - MB BBATJPOBD        TUESIJAT, MARCH     192* SHOWS CIANI THE ATEE Matinee J5e Eve. TODAYand Four of the Screen's Double Festare BJ Greatest Chaxmcttrs Ne Advance to PHeee Brought to You in Their Greatest Picture of Their Careen! TAYLOR AND O'BRIEN uiamfo: Festara Ka. 1 ft NIXOK ASU LEWIS A living sacrifice to Honor, he found his freedom and happi- ness redeemed thru love. Can an ex-convict come back! gripping motion picture for the answer. George O'Brien AND Estelle Taylor UtLA RYAM8 TOM SANTBCHX 0AM DEQRAS8B Featere No. * YOUTH* r PIP LOVE- JAZZ MAD with MARION NIXOK GEORGE LEWIS ana JEAN HEE8H0LT MUSIC BY BABY GRAND ARTISTS "MAKE BRADFORD A ltt% A. A. A. CITT- JOIN THE MOTOR CU7B" I KENDALL GASOLINE AND MOTOR OILS. SOLD Bl Bowman and Griffith. B. Main St C M. BenaoD & Son .. Crosby, Pa. Boylan'e Garase   Duke Center. Pv Got Carletn.....Custer City. Pa. Cooper. * Bona . & SmathporC Pa. General Garaeje Co..... ......... BoyUton lctory largely on this account. Previous negotiations on similar lines last fall broke down cn this point, the Russians refusing to allow 5 per Mr. Cart Announces the cpening of the Emery Beauty Salon, Wednesday morning, March 27. The public is cordially invited to inspect the new shop, Apt. 322. Make appointments today-adv. Tooth Notice If yaur artificial teeth should breai they can be repaired and returned to you the same day. See Dr. Grady, the Dentist at 82 Main Street. Telephone 3098.-Adv. Y. M. C. A. NOTES _.....     The regular meeting of the Junior ers by the terms of the" agreement I Hi'V club wUl be heW thla evening and hailed If as a grea*  victorviat 7 �'cl�ck.  All members of Junior; '----- High or the "V" are invited to attend. The night school class in Americanization work will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock. In cooperation with the pre-Easter movement in Bradford, a shop meeting will be held at 12:30 o'clock today The Senior Hi-Y club will meet on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. The Lone Stars and the Indians ____vtiWMO will play for the championship of the win be maintained until the full iqo TDloye(* boys' league tonight at 7:30. per cent has been paid to former iThe wlnne* wiu nieet the Oklahoma owners of Russian oil fields" I team, winners of the Junior ^league for the championship of the junior division of the Y. ned a visit here next month but put his trip forward to join American oil men in considering oil production matters. While his visit Is primarily to Join directors. ol American Petroleum Institute at their meeting March 27 in discussing means for conserving orude oil production in the United States, Mexico and ' northern South America, it Is quite likely his presence will be availed of to discuss other matters of importance to the oil industry. One of the important points of discussion will be that of foreign markets which are part of the whole world picture in oil, because of the large proportions of foreign demand for refined oils which Is supplied by American companies. The Question of reducing the production of crude oil to harmonize with the demand will probably take on a broader scope with Sir Henri in attendance at the gathering of oil executives. What will probably develop is that' the oil production situation will be considered from a world-wide basis and not limited to this country, Mexico and Venezuela and Columbia, the two producing areas of northern South America. Outside these countries, though it Is an important m everything you bake-cakes, biscuits bread, pastry- QORE THROAT made from the right kind of wheat! %# Your money back if not relieved B5c by one swallow of 60t THOXINE Hiram "The World does Move," and we Move �tq| jh There's something New, most every maiSC And Everyone who Reads this Ad, I know are very, very glad To ride in an Auto, instead of Ox-Cstt; That Electricity (Man's Servant) is in the WerWa MMLt-So by Pulling a switch, you get Instant Light; Instead of Oil's dim rays on your pathway at nightl^' And if "Pasteurized Milk was not used by Grwdda**^ Yet-we know it is Safer. And for it we are GladT^P Use Pasteurized Milk-It's Safe      ^ HARRIET BEAUTY SHOP 22 Congress St Phone 607 All tines of Beauty Culture Specialising in Lovely Lady Facials .......... $1.00 Nestle Permanent Waving.....J7.50 WALTER NEILLY & MIUE, ICE CJtEAM AND DAIftI PBOOCCTl 48 DAVIS 8TBSET BKAPFORp, PENNSYLVANIA, PHONE *�7 1 - 1- .\ THESTORY GIRL WHO MEN LIKE tI ROE FULKERSON CHAPTER ux DOTTY was so early at the office tbe next morning that she had to get the janitor of the building to let her in. She walked around her little office, then strolled Into Andy's room and ran her hand affectionately across the back of his desk chair where she had so often seen his head rest man (led. MI hats hysterical women." "Oh, please, you're all wrong! Ifs nothing like that!  Andy hasn't done me any wrong! It's lust * misunderstanding," office, and. saw the things bs talking about Her eyes stars. "Oh, he's coming hers he goes!" sue exclaimed. 'Tt looks Uke he mig&t do :-rl How was I to know! Women!thing of the sort" sSmSS haven't any sense!   I hate hys-1gentleman. "Suppose yoTiiteaTi terlcal women!" "Do you want Andy to marry me V asked Betty. 'T did, until you went crazy! "Please. Mr. Adair, let me explain." She eat in his chair and. assuming I 3m�. de** ***** �B      C�Wt Andy's air as nearly as possible, said: "Take some dictation. Miss Brown! You will take dictation from me the rest of your life, young woman!   I am dolus all the dictating!*  "Yes, sir!" she answered la her own voice. She laughed at her foolishness and scampered back to her own office, where she daneed several steps. Re. memberlng the time she danced in Mr. Smith's office, and the disastrous results, she stopped, crossing her fingers to ward off bad luck.   She eat down at her desk. "~ About half past nine her buster Bounded and she rose with a happy smile, picked up her note book and walked into Andy's room.   At the desk sat the senior Mr. Adair. Betty's face fell. "What's the matter? Disappointed? Andy's not coming down today. The old man is on the job again!" Betty's chin trembled and she almost burst into tears. She sat down at her accustomed place, but Mr. Adair did not dictate. He sat silent, until she looked up at him, "What's the matter? I hate hysterical women! Thought you weren't that kind! What's the matter?" he demanded, fiercely. "Nothing, sir. I am all right!" "You're lyingt All women lie! Whafs the matter?" "I was expecting Andy. I was disappointed. I'm sorry." "What's the matter, I said? Don't lie to mo. Women all lie. I hate liars! I hate criers! What's the matter?" "Nothing,   sir,-   repeated   Betty, rising. Tears dripped ofE her lashes. better tell me." he suggested, kindly. "Oh. Mr. Adair, I can't tell you! It's something one can't telL" "Something about Andy?" "Yes, sir." What is it? Tell me, little girt." "I-I-I wanted  him  to marry me!" sobbed Betty. "Want him to marry you? Why doesn't he marry you? It there any reason why he shouldn't marry you?" "Yes, air!" She wrung her handkerchief. "Why didn't you tell him yesterday?" "I didn't find out, till last night," sobbed Betty, miserably. "He'll marry you or I'll horse-whip him! He shall right any wrong he has done you, the pup!   I'll-"* Ho paused, aghast. Betty had stopped crying and went into a gale of laughter. "What's tho matter nowV he de- bag and take the answers te tftss letters. When you go iato-t&t.
                            

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