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PAGE FOURTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, COKNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAKY Ti, 1339. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times:; Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIF1ED AD RATES- ' Ads to Be Run 3 Times: A Per line, 7o cash; 8c charge. TM Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More:, Per line, Gc cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of THanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcement's Card of Thanks BLACKA--We v.1sh to take this moans of thanking our many land neighbors, friends and relatives lor their many acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during our recent snd bereavement the death of our dear Mother, Sarah L. Blacka. Especially do we desire to thank those who sent the beautiful flowers, those who so kindly donated the use of their cars and all those who assisted us in any -way. The Family. Personals MEN OLD AT 40! -- Get pep. New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price Me. Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 OF: W H I L E T H E Y YOUR CHOICE! Automotive Automobiles for Salts 11 FOR SALE--IG29 Ford Tudor Sedan. Guaranteed A-l condition. All new tires, good upholstering, only 21,000 miles. Price $100.00. Kcstner's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St. Phone 1228-R or 1355-R. Livestock Poultry, Kergs and Supplies 43 BABY CHICKS--Ali breeds. Purina Startena. Keystone Feed Stores. 110 West Apple Strct. Phon 107. Auto Trucks, Tractors. Trailers 12 FOR SALE--1934 Fora %-ton Pickup. Extra large body. A^l condition. Bargain. Inquire Mervls Furniture Co. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 0045. 322 SO. PiTTSEURG ST. Merchandise' Articles for Sale BAKED PAPER JIATS FOH SALE--Usi-d Courier mnb that aie excellent for lining tile inside or your ham. chicken crop or outbv.iidmps of any kind. Selling at Ic each. Inquire at The Courier Onicc. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Six room house with bath near Hospital. $2.000. FIVE ROOM HOUSE--With bath, p.ived street, 5i»5(), ROBERT MORRIS. PHONE 503 Buildings, Building Materials 53 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER, MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. LaufihJin--INSUR- ANCE See me lor rntcs. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. SIX CG) 1934 FORD V-8 DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDANS. EVERYONE IN THE VERY BEST OF CONDITION. ALL HAVS BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM, HURRY . . . COMS IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE. PRICE, EACH The Best O* Terms. Arranged To Please You 1 WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD 2nd ST. PHONE 407. Open Evenings I Open Sundays! SEE THIS ~ " S P E C I A L FOR TODAY! 1937 CHEVROLET DELUXE COUPE--' WITH BEAUTIFUL G H E E N DUCO FINISH. VERY GOOD TIRES, ONE OWNER CAR WITH ONLY 14,000 MILES, EQUIPPED WITH RADIO AND HEATER. GUARANTEED IN WRITING. DOWN PAYMENT 5150. BALANCE IN 35 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF S24.80. FIRE. THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS! G. M. A. C. The Easiest Terms Available. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 127 W. APPLE STREET. PHONE 105, Open Evenings! Open Sundays! "USED CARS) SEE OUR SELECTIONI E. E. VAN SCOY. INC., 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243, Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CON NELLS V ILLS. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE 1" Modern Storage For Household Goods. IF YOU* ARE--Patching that small break in the kitchen wall, or plnsleiinK every wall in :ho hous'c, v, u can furnish your needs. Stone Work, Phone 1700, Business and Office Eumpmnnt 5* HOUSTON AVENUE. 215 -- Six room Crninc house with bath, in the very best of condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell at $1,500. Inquire. Paul Wagoner. 1000 West Crawford Avenue. PI-OTIC 1-1(1. FOR SAI..K--S.x room house and six acres. Just outside of City Limits WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BLDG. PHONE 1760, Auctions-- Legals Legal Notices. 91 TYPEWRITER SPECIALS--Now typewriters, adding machines, :n,'cJ on cfi^y payments. Highest allowance on your old machines. KeMners Book Store. 125 W. Apple Street. FOR SALE--?UO.OO L. C. Smith No. R typewriter. practically new, $30 00. Phone 20-55. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOJVIERSET POTATOES--51.35 per bap. Phone R65-R. 413 E. Washington Ave. We deliver. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer. 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183, Printings Engraving, Binding 27 - LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Band- Bills!--Binding!--Calling Cards! Bill Hcadsl--Letter Headsi For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cartlai No Trespassing Sifftu For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! Ali At Reasonable Ha teal COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. " DAILY COUHIEH BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91, Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A, Clarke, PH, G. DnififlJst. 323 Norih PUtsburg Stre e t Phone 19*. Financial Business Opportunities FOR SALE--Shoe Repair Shop. Modern, all electric, American straight needle stitcher and Crusher. Singer patch machine. Well equipped. Quitting account ill health. M. M. Kic^s, Box 95, Dickerson Run, Pa. FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERE'S HOW--You can find * market, lor your farm products. your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household 6°°ds by running a small Inexpensive ad tn our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation of The Daily Courier covers n Jarjre area and your advertisement wilt be read by many people who are looklnR for just tho things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified nds nrc payable in advance. You wiU find our rates in the abovo Classified Heading. KXHCUTRIX'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF DAVID H. FLICK. LATE of the Cay of Cannollsvillc. Fjctto County, Pennsylvania, Dece-a^ed. Letters tcstnmentnry in the c-UUe linvmc been Kranfod to the undcr- MRned. notice is hereby Riven lo all persons indebted lo the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and nil persons having claims or demands a;:an^t bald estate arc requested to make Fred E. Younkin, Attorney. known the same. Marie 3. Flick. J122 Race St., Connellsvllle, Pa. f Executrix. Z5Jan-St-wed ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF HENUY D. FOSTER, LATE of Franklin Township, Fayette County Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters ot Adminbtratlon on the abo 1 estate having been granted to the under signed, notice Is hereby given to all per sons indebted to (he s,iid decedent t make payment, lo the undersigned with out drlay. and all persona having claim or demands against said estate «re re quested to make known the same. George R. Foster, Administrator. Dickerson. Hun, Pa. Arlliur A. Brown, Attorney. ]£eb-6t-wed Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 COAL --- Bebt grade 0-ft. coal. Prompt delivery for any amount. Gerald Schomer. Phone 1P91. GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Lew price. Wm. Dull : Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson. 32G1 and 3G31. GOOD LUMPY -- Him of mine coat. 100 bu , 8c; 50 bu . Oc; 25 bu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. Household Goods 59 Need Money LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 156 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY, GOOD USED CARS. J21 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8, PHONE 12 or 13 Tor an Ad-taker. NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $200 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company.^ Phone 34. WHEN YOU HAVE something whlcn you would like to sell just call. 12 or 13 for a Classified ad-taker Your ad on this page will surely catch the eyes ol interested buyers. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE \o Tz is" 21 31 16 2-21 ACROSS 1--Second son 23--Caution of Adam 24--Hollow roar 5--Tilings to 25---Demure be done 27--Eskimo cut- iO--Slumber ting tool 12--100 square 28--Wheeled meters vehicle 13--Caterers 29--Seed vessel 15--Angry (ob.) 31--A kind ot 16--Mountain rich cake pass 34--Nocturnal 17--Large cask bird 19--Second son 35--Territorial of Noah division In 20--The great- England eat number 36--Doctrines 21--Scrutinize 37--First man 12 20 37 n IS 20--Spring month 21--Peruvian money of account 22--A certificate of interest due 23--Strings 24--Explode 25--Container 26---To take away (Law) 28--Sect 20--Settled, aa a bill 30--Vegetable 32--To be in debt 33--Thin Chinese silk An«w«r lo previous DOWN 1--Savory meat jelly 2--Smudge 3--Uncanny 4--Monetary unit of Bulgaria 6--Place of confinement T--Go astray 8--An aged Greek counselor 9--Emissary 11--Kind of nut 14--Day (Hebrew) 18--Employ 19--Ineffective actor (blang) t. 1939, King Fealurci Svadicne. la ALL, KINDS--OF USED FURNITURE AT BARGAIN PlilCES. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND - STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. NORTH PITTSBLmc ST. PHONE, 2020. EXECUTORS' NOTICE. Notice 1-, hereby given that letter cstamen(,-iry on th«r estate of John C Myers, tiecea c cd, late of Morgan Station Fayette County, Pa., have been Ersntet! fo the undersigned, to whom nil person indebted to said estate are requested make Imn-.edtnte payment and those hav inR cinirm aflalnst snrr.e, will make the] known without delay. lonn L. Whipkey, Executrix R D. Ko. 2. Box 3M, ConnelljA'tlle, Pa. Francis M. Hlchfy, Conncllsvillc. Pa. HiRboe. Lcwcllyn Hlgbce, Attorneys, Conr.cUsvine. Pa. 14-jan.-6t-sa Dunbar Scouts Receive Honors at Dinner Wanted--To Bay SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS; THEN BRING THEM TO TEE COURIER OFFICE PAY YOU CN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN PJER POUND. Roo.rns and Board Rooms for Uousckeeplnf; FOR RENT--Two nicely lurnlbhecl rooms for light housekeeping. Central location. 232 E. Crawfoid Avenue. Recs! Estate for Renfr Apartments and flats FOR RENT--Six mom apnrtmcnt. Colonial Building. Phone 88(5. Houses for Rent 77 DUNBAR, Feb. 22.--At the regain meeting Monday evening the Bo Scouts decided on final plans lor th Scout banquet to be held in coi junction with the annual meeting I the Wes'.moreland-Fc.yelte Council the Perm Albert Hotel, Greer.sbur Thursdny. Five boys of the loc troop will go xip for Eagle badge They nrc Jerry Rossi, Com Pancclla, J. D. Baker, Frank Moore and Irvin Martin. The mothers of the boys will also attend and will have the honor of pinning the badges on their sons. Three cummittcemcn will also attend. They are W. E. Tictbohl, Rev. William Hamilton and H. B. Arnslcy. The troop roster is filled now but more applications arc coming in. As a limited number comprises, each troop it is impossible to take any more in at this particular time. To Memorize Anthem. About 24 girls attended Girl Scout meeting at the NYA hall Monday evening. Norm a Spunglcr was chairman for the evening business session. Plans for a plsy and other means of raising funds Cor flags for Memorial Day were vhe subjects discussed. The girls sang "The Star Spangled Banner." It was decided that, aU members should have the words memorrized by next meeting night. Prayer Service. Dunbar Mission, under tne leadership of Raymord Hitchcock of Vvn- dcz'bili, \vi)l hokJ a prayer service at FOR RENT--Five rooms and bath. Fiyat 1 the home o£ William GienGcnning at and \vatec furnithcc! Bufano Building South Pitt 1 -burg S'lcet. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. FOR RENT--Five room houv v-iUi b.V'u elect! ic. 1 . JMS, hut ivatoi Keai car line. Inquire JQ4 Ficcirtun Lane. for Soie Brokers in Real Estate R SOMETHING FOR NOTHING--But more for o u r Real E^'.atc Dollar tjinn ou \vill ever get iit,';un. Buv now! Tcirnn PETER R. WniXER. WEIMEH ARCADE. PROPERTIES. POrt SALE OR RENT! T C. PHAL.1N. SO CONNCULSVILLfc PA PHO.NE 975 "arms and Laud for Sale 83 7:30 o'clock Thur^chiy evening. A good attendarre is urged. M. P. Church Eventb. Sunshine Circle of the Methodist protcalitnt Chin ch will hold its regular mcct'ng at the church r.t 4:30 o'clock Fridciy afternoon with Rath Hamilton as leacle.-. Circle No. 2 will meet Frichy evening fit the churcn. Tne Missionary Auxiliary will hold an all-day q u i l t i n g at the church basement Thursday. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. R. J. Topper, Mrs. Kate Blosser, Mrs. Arthur McCuskcr, Mrs. 3. J. McGivein, Sura Nelis, Mrs. T. A. Miller, Mr and Mrs. E. L. Gibbons and Mr. ami Mrs. Henry R. Smith attended a card party at Leisenrmg Monday evening. Josepn Spooney, employed at Har- FOR SALS--K. L. Boyd Farm, Norih ot ' N-anout-. Will s e l l ' a l l ot part. N e a r , lo\\ n, ^nod road. p;)nd toil, £OOd build- ! . . ~ .," , * M Ins- City conCcn,,,,c.e. For nav- risburg, spent the week-end at_ the liculars inc uirc at f.irm. R D. '2., Con- rvMls,T.i!If, Box 4M. THE DISTANCE YOUR money goes rk pemls o"i whether you are a regular rcEcier of the Classified Section or not. home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dar.iel Spcency. Mrs. Josephine Baer is ill at hei home. George C rcenwood of Napoleon- READ THIS FTRST: I Asked to leave her bo.irdlnff nmise because H!IC had no money to p^y rent. Lona Ackerman finds hei'sclC =trandcd on n city street Thfit night the man ·who had taken .Lena's room flnUs her on a park bench. He offers to '-real her to something to eat. A f t e r telling him her father is In the pemtcnilary for murder, Lona learns tho stranger's came is Jim CInritI|;c. Ke obtains a hoti-1 room for lu-r and promises to call her next Uay. In \icvr of her past cx- ·pcnencea. Uona wonders about J un. decides she eaii him. I-rfokmg for work, Lona is surprised when a former employer,' who had lator dismissed her. rei:oi\(J3 her In his oHlce in reaponi/R to an ' ad," (NOW GO ON WITH TUB STORY) CHAPTER SIX STANDING before Uie desk at which Meivin Hardy sat, Lona felt a shiver begin to chase itself down her spine, and she checked it with an effort. She shouldn't have come here, she thought, .striving 1 to meet unconcernedly the beady eyes that| brought flooding back memories of I that last trying week at Ardmore's.: She should have crossed the Allison Tiust front her list of possibilities the moment .she recalled Hardy's connection with IL. Straightening: her shoulders she waited, conscious that he was looking her over from head to foot, taking in her worn suit, her frayed gloves and battered hat with an insolent stare that made her want to turn and run. Then he smiled and Ji;s smile was ever, worse Uiau his stare. ·Tin glad to see you again, Miss Ackerman," he said, in the low- pitched, curiously well-modulated voice that was his one attraction. "Sit down," he invited. "J was wondering what had become of you," he went on, when Lona did not answer. "Don't tell me you, haven't had any work since you ah--left Ardmore's." He was examining her clothes again, and Txina felt herself flush. "I'm afraid J haven't," she said. "And I didn't know you would be hiring: here or I wouldn't have come." The words slipped out before she realized what ahe was saying. At the look which sprang to his eyes she v/ished she could recall them, "But my dear girl!" he exclaimed. His tone hurt. "Surely you, don't think there was anything personal in my having to lay you offj J thought I explained at the lime that it was only a matter of-ah--expediency. You are a very good worker. I thought you--understood." He narrowed hia beady iycs. "I understood, of course," Lona brought out. How could she help Understanding, something within her longed t.o cry out. "But I naturally felt hurt." She groped for words. "I'd be;n at Ardmore's five years, and Mr. Ardmore knew--my father--" She hesitated, and Hardy leaned forward, suddenly. "There was a letter in Ardmore's flies about your father, IMiss Ackerman," he said, alowly. "I read it, and I'm very Borry." He reached out and touched her hand lightly. "A thing like that Is a--a tough break for a girl like you. That's why I called you in when I recognized you out there in the office. I thought, perhaps, you would allow me to--help you in some way. Tins lob, now, it's not what you had at Ardmore's, course. Times have changed. But it's a pretty decent pay, and if you "Suppose you wait and go to lunch with me, and we'll--talk it over." want it, I think ranged." it can be ar- Hc paused, and Lona felt a sud- 'den bewildering flash of doubt. He really sounded friendly. Had she been wrong after all? Had she misjudged. "Do you mean you're offering me work?" She could scarcely bring out the words. Work! Mclvin Hardy smiled then, the smooth, insinuating personal sort of smile she had always hated in him. He glanced at his watch. "Suppose you wait and go to feet, "J--have a luncheon date," i In spite of ail she could do her shoulders slumped as she turned toward the door. It was the street for her again, of course. If he had meant to be square, and give her the job, there would have been nothing to "talk over." He wo^ld have hired her without further a:do. At the door she turned and with an effort Hung back her head. "I don't think I'd care to work for you, anyhow, Mr. Hardy," she threw at him. He was on his feet in an instant. With one quick stride · he had cleared the desk and was beside tier. At sight of his face she cringed and fumbled for the Ooor. "You little fool!" he ground out, whirling her about to face him. "Did you really think I'd have a girl like you around this office? Don't you think I know all about you? Why be so high and mighty? There's such a thing as a blacklist, you know. And a convict's daughter would certainly stand at the top of the list!" His leering face was close to hers. He started to smile again, and Lona's anger burst all bonds. "You filthy beast!" she cried, and shaking- o£E his hand from her arm, she slapped him straight across his stubbly cheek. Before the blow he recoiled, and his hand went to his face, where a fresh red welt showed. Lona saw fury leap into his eyes. "Of all the devils--" he almost spat at her. Pulling away from him, her seeking hand found the doorknob. Flinging the door open, she went through, shutting it in his face with a satisfying bang 1 . For a moment she stood there, her face burning, her breath com ing in angry gasps. Over the room, still filled with its quota of hopeful applicants, a hush fell, A sudden hush tilled with wondering faces turned her way. Then, from over in the corner by the door, a snicker arose, and spread. it, the terrible cruelty! Stepping from the elevator, ahe almost ran from the building and struck out blindly up the street, without knowing or caring where ihe was going. Gone were the high head and the determination with which she had set out only an hour ago. What was the use, something within her was beginning to cry out. What was the use of further striving? There was no job for her. She was crazy to wear herself out luntlng. If she did find anything, t would only be temporary. Sooner or later someone would find out about her, and then--a convict's daughter. At the first corner she paused, and pulling from her purse the list of want ads she had so carefully prepared, sue tore it to bits with vicious fingers, and scattered the fragments. With dull eyes she watched the wind catch at them and send them swirling out into the traffic, and a sob shook her as she turned slowly and made for the store where she Ixad checked her suitcase. She had an impulse to recover it, and then hunt up a railroad station, and go as far as what was left of Jim. Claridge's money would take her. Perhaps somewhere, anywhere, away from this ruthless city. Flingmg Jier head high, Lona edged through them and gained the corridor. With that snicker sounding in her ears she even managec a little smile. Once outside, her shoulders slumped again, and the tears she had been holding back had their way. The dirty beast! The brute! Why hadn't ahe picked up something' from the desJc and hurled it at him? Why hadn't she beat and slapped and kicked and bit until lunch with me, and we'll--talk it! his dirty face was a pulp. over," he proposed evenly, his beady eyes fastened en hers. For a moment Lona just sat looking at him, The letdown after her brief instant of hope was almost too much. "I'm afraid you'll ihave to count me out," she man- aped to say finally, and got to her convict's daughter, he had called her. Over and over that phrase rung in her ears until she could have covered them with her hands and ran, screaming, to shut out sound. A convict's daughter. Like acid the charge seemed to burn into her very souL The cruelty of Oh, but there was no use even in that. Everywhere it would be tile same. No matter where she went she would still be a convict's daughter. Men were all alike. Even, Jim. Claridgel He'd been good to her last night. Why had he, she cried out, in sudden revulsion. Why hadn't he left her there in the park? Nobody could have been as kind as he seemed without a purpose. She saw that now. He probably was only a little more subtle than, the rest. She recalled the white look that had flitted across his face when she had told him about--told him. that she was a- convict's daughter. And then he had laughed. Yes T he was as bad as the rnst. Why hadn't she seen it? He had lulled her suspicions by playing fairy godfather last night. But tonight, if she met him, he, too, would be expecting his pay. They all wanted to be paid, these men! If they gave favors, they expected them tack. Well, she wouldn't see him tonight. She wouldn't give hirn a chance to turn nasty on her. And she wouldn't hunt for a job any more, either. She'd get her suitcase, find a boarding house somewhere, and then just sit there until her money--Jim Claridge's money, for which she wasn't going to pay, gave out. After that , . . who cared what happened alter that I The park again, probably, or-there always was one way left. (To Be Continued) Miirder Victim Mrs. Florence Ames Missing since December, Mrs. Florence L. Ames, 50, was, found in false attic of house next dour her home in Syracuse, New York, Police were baffled by the clue-less killing. villc, La., is visiting his mother, Mrs. G, W. Greenwood". Mrs. W. It, Williams and Louise Goldsmith were in Utiiontcwn Monday evening. Mrs. Llva Burhan?, MLS. William Bowdcn, Mrs. G. \V. Greenwood iind Mrs George Mayer attended Wo/n- ans Culture Ctub meeting at Con- nolhn;)lc Monday zifiernoon. Oscar Rn^s ot Washington was a week-end visitor at Inc home of his parents Mr. Jind Mis. Lincoln Rugg, or Hardy hill. Raymond Piovance of Poplar Grove was here Monday evening. Story of Chris!, In D. A. R. Flags Shown Pictures, to Be Shown At First U. B. Church The ''King of Kings" said to bo the world's greatest motion picture, costing two and ouc-haU million dollars, will be exhibited at the Church o£ 0niled Brethren in ChrJst, jn Lincoln avenue, at 7:30 P. M. Monday, February 27 to Saturday, 11, not including Sunday. To School Chiidret Mrs. Robert S. Cooper visited th! high school at Chaileroi Tuesday and Thursday ot last weefc and displayed forty-two historical, flags the property of Philip Freeman Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution of which she is from | Mrs. Cooper gave a Tribute to the Flag." structions as to how member, talk on "The She gave-in- the flag is to Wednesday evenings it will be shown at 8:40 o'clock. It is said that this marvelous passioa play creation contains a thousand scenes of beauty and power that will live forever in the hearts ot! mankind. There are 5,000 people _ - , , , , . TT .,, part, 530 actors and actresses I Monday at hev home at HomeviUe, be saluted in a parade and pledge of allegiance is given. Mrs. Isaac X. Willis Dead. Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Willis, 77, widow of Isaac Kev. ton Willis, died remained on Bioadwny, New York, for eight months playing to packed houses at top prices. It is also claimed that the equal ot this magnificent photoplny on the life, crucifixion, death, buna], Annoycr Sentenced. NEW YORK, Feb. 22.--Lester D. O'Doll. 37, who wrote annoying let- resurrec- I tcrs to President Roosevelt, was sen- tion and ascension of our Saviour never has been fumed, and it is not likely to ever be. And further, that not to see it is to miss the opportunity of a life-time--being a story ?o tense, so absorbing, so intei'esLing in its spirit of munificent sell- ivcrUice and passionate grandeur, so b -oath-taking in its tremendous climax, that its powci and force is beyond deseuption. Re\'. S. Parkes Cadman, the late } and fi:nous radio evangelist, said: | "The 'King of Kings' is the best [ motion picture in the world today. I No man, woman OL child should miss j seeing it." Much emphasis is laid upon the /act, Ihitt this great epoch-making, unrivalled film production must not tenced to serve six months to three years in prison--the limit of the last. The court denounced him - as "a menace to th« community." be confused with the many antiquated and inferior films of passion plays which i.lonc have heretofore been exhibited in the churches. The picture is presented under the auspices of the Christian Expansion Organization--a non-sectarian, .religious body--ns a pr.rt of its Mass Spirituality Program "to permeate the world with the spirit of Christ." There is no admission charge. Everybody is invited to go. and take as many with them as possible. A free will offering will be taken after seeing the picture.

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