Grass County went "dry" and as a consequence so did Hollow Center, which was located in Grass County. The drug store was owned by Doctor Perkins. Just before the county went dry a ... See full summary »

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Robert Bolder ...
Doc Perkins (as Bobbie Bolder)
Frank Owens ...
Deacon Carpenter
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The Constable
Annie Edney ...
Widow Green
Charles J. Stine ...
The Reverend
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The Minister
James C. Carroll ...
The Saloonkeeper
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Grass County went "dry" and as a consequence so did Hollow Center, which was located in Grass County. The drug store was owned by Doctor Perkins. Just before the county went dry a temperance society was formed in the Center and great rivalry existed between Deacon Carpenter and Doctor Perkins for the presidency. As election day approached, the Deacon seemed to be the most likely candidate, and as day by day he gained new friends and supporters, his stock in the heart of Widow Green went rocketing, where before it had been very below par, owing to the bullish tactics of Doc Perkins. The Deacon was never much on looks, but he realized that he must keep up appearances before the widow. His beauty had one drawback, his hair. Then the crowning sorrow of his life came: his hair began to fall out, and as his hair decreased in quantity so did the love of Widow Green for the Deacon. He kept more and more to himself, while Doc Perkins, campaigning about town in great style, gradually won over ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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13 March 1914 (USA)  »

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