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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15,'lSlg. Â·THE'DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVICLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. Special to TttÂ» CourUr. XT. PLBA6ANT. Feb. 15.--Reno wndttsoa. aged 44 years, had hta arm Â»ugltt between tiro wagons at the standard Slope and suffered a com- Â·ound fracture. He was broght to he Memorial hospital for treatment. | Tke Birth of Â» Nation." | "The Birth of a .Nation," Monday, 'ebruary 18, Cox's Theatre, 2.15, 6.30 nd 9 P. M. Special prices for chil-. ren at matinee onlj- 25c.--Adv.-- 4-it. Srs. Stephen Brtcrcheck. Mrs. Stephen Brieroheck, aged 44 Â·ears, died very suddenly at noon es-Wrday at her Vine street home. fith her husband there survive ten hildren the smallest of which Is not nroe weeks old. One son Joseph is t Camp Hancock with Company E., 'enth Regiment. Many Priests at Fncrul. Father John Supinski who died ery suddenly in Chicago on Monday Â·as boWed yesterday in the Mam- toth cemetery in a specially cin- tnicted vault built fa toe Mammoth ?metery. Torty priests from Chicago 'hiladelphia and from all over the "estera part of Pennsylvania attend- i the funeral services yesterday. The ody lay in state in the Mammoth lurch from 'Wednesday until Thursay. TÂ« 1Â» Â»Us. Couscil held a special meetng last fening and set the tai at ten mills 16 same as it had been last year. Arfhnr Brown Horn*. ' Arthur Brown, of Camp Hancock, tier stopping off in Connellsvillc to isit his wife and baby, came here yes- ;rday to visit Sis parents, Mr. and :rs- John Brown and old friends. Mr. rown is supply sergeant for Com- iny E., One Hundred and Tenth Reg- aent. "The Birth of a Tfatiou.' . -The Birth of. a Nation," Monday, ebruary 18, Cox's Theatre. 2.15, 6.30 nd 9 P. M. Special prices for chil- ren at matinee oa!y 25c.--Adv.-- ML *ay* wÂ» can't help but look better and feel better afUr an lnÂ«idÂ« bath. To look one's best and feel one's Â·st is to enjoy an Inside hath each orning to flush from the system tJje Â·evious day's waste, sour t'ermenta- i ns and poisonous toxins before it is Â·sbrbed into, the "blood. Jus.t as coal, den it burns. leaves behind a cer- tn amount of incombustible material the lorna of ashes, so the food and ink takfen each day leave in the aii- 2ntary organs a certain amount of digestible material, which if not mdnated, form toxins anil poisons ! lich are then sucked into the blood ; rough the very ducts which are in- icted to suck in only nourishment to s-in-in the body. \ If you want to see the glow of h e a l - ' v bloom in your cheeks to see your j in get clearer and clearer, you are : Id to drink every morniag upon 1 isins. a glass of bo.t wat.ir with a i ispoonlul of limestone phosphate in j which is a harmless means of things' the waste material and j sins from the stomach, Hvcr, kid- I ys and bowels, before pu'.ins more ' )d irito the stomach. j Men and women with sallow sk:as,v) er spots, pimples or pallid com- J \tion, are those who wake up with coated tongue, bad taste, nasty i :ath. others who are bothered with : adaches, bilious spoils, acid atom- i .1 or constipation should begin this \ aspirated hot water drinking. i \. quarter pound of limestone phos- ate costs very little at the drug Â·re but is sufficient to demonstrate i et just as soap and hot water clean- j i. purifies and freshens the skin | the outside, so hot water and* lime- me phosphate act ;an.--adr. on the inside Dawson. Â»AWSQN. Fob. 15.--Mr. aad Mrs. A. s'aton have returned home from | tw days' visit wi-th friends in Me- | es Socks. j .ester Shallenberger of Owensdale I s i caller at Dickerson Run Thurs- Â·'rank Vanhorn was a Conneils- e caller Thursday. I i A. Neville was transacting bus!- j s in Pittsburgh Wednesday. ,. number of improvements are he- made a t . t h e Oglevee, McClure , lumber yards. The office nxm is j ng torn out and made larger and I rranged. Concrete foundations ! Â· being nut in all through the j d. and some new machinery is be- j instated. x i '. A. Tarr was a Pittsburgh callpr I dnesilay. Â· } .lewellyn Towns-end was a bust- ! 3 caller at Uniontown Wednesday. IE TRUTH ABOUT i ECZEMA AND PILES i on sands and thousands of people, say* rson, are Itjarnlnt: every wevb that one fflt box of 1'eteraon's Oil tment vrlll lah Kesema and banlsii plL-s, and the eful letters I receive every day are li more to me tban money. lad Eczema (or runny years on my bead conlti not get anything to tlo it any '. I Haw your ad and got one box and e you many thanks for the vood it bun me. There i^n'l a bloteh un my Â£e*d' and 1 couldn't help but Uiank Peter- far :hf r-iire is Krtnt. Mrs. Mary Hill, rUrd Arettn**. I'ittsbnr^h, l*a. iari nad it'-bla^ plica for !Â·" yeÂ«ri tad rson'i is tbe only olnt:ne:it that t*- * me. besides the pllw se-'m to hare . A. C. !;tiser, 3127 Washington ATÂ«- Ka^-loe, "\VIii. Â» .pecerson's Ointment for old Â»orÂ«, rheum jcd all -:in Ot^eosvS.- It ban- plmpies and blariciicads in Jess than Â·v* and leavtj th*- skin pien^i. clear and .5.1: 10 JoÂ«i upon. Druggiitx jrcaraa- ( Â« i t j !Â· A- A. t'inrkc. Final Clean-up in Millinery Choice of the HoÂ«se AJTD CHILI)BKNÂ»S TBEOTED HATS, Tallies to $7.50. - 79c $2.95 Black Velvet Shapes at $1.00 Final Clean-up of VALUES UP TO $6.00. Pinch back and "orfollc models in mostly all sizes up to 18 years, of hearj- mixed materials Jn desirable colors. 65c Bays' Heavy Bloomer Pants, 55c. 3 DAYS FRIDAY! SATURDAY MONDAY Clearing Out Remnants ONE-FOURTH Every Department throughout the store b disposing of broken lines, odds and ends, short pieces, etc., at a mere fraction of their real value. Indeed Dollars and Cents never accomplish as much as during this Semi-Annual event--and the remnant sale is of even greater importance this year than ever before. Come to the store--rummage around and you'll be surprised how many things you'll find in just the length and material you want --and at amazing savings too. ' ODD LOT Men's Wool and Cotton* Ribbed Union Suits, S2.00, $2.30 and ?3.00 Tallies $1.25 Broken assortments, not all sizes*$ j oC finest wool or cotton, ribbed, in well \ ',, knowa makes. $ t^Â»**v*^Â»*^^**sÂ»*Â»Â«^*Â»s*Â»*-Â»-*-******s*-*-*'**'*'**0 Remnants of Silk Plain and Fancy Taffetas and Satins, Chiffons, Messalines, Crepe Silks, A r oiles, Velvets, and many others. Remnants of Laces Flouncings, Venice Edges, All- overs, -Bands, Shadow Laces, for Camisoles, for Undermuslins and Dress Trimmings. Remnants of White Goods Plain and Fancy Voiles, Long- cloth, Nainsook, Lawns, Dimities, Piques, Repps, Basket cloth, etc. Remnants of Trimmings Short lengths of Fur, Braids, Fancy Edge Trimmings, Colored Flouncings, Gold and Silver Trimmings and numerous others. Remnants of Embroideries Liberal quantities of Flouncings, Seamings, Beadings, Edges, Insertions, Bands and many others. Remnants of Domestics Materials for every day requirements, such as Dress Ginshams, Apron Ginghams, Muslins, Calicos, Outing Flannel, Ducking. Remnants of Wash Goods Madrases, Voiles, plain and fancy Poplins, Kindergarten Cloths. Cotton Foulards, Chamuray, Gingham Crepe, etc. Remnants of Ribbons Ribbons for every purpose--Hair Bows, Sashes, Narrow Ribbons for undergarments, Fancy Ribbons for Art Work, etc. | ODD LOT I Men's Fine Wool Shirts I and Drawers f JM.SO and Â§Â».00 Values Suitings and Coatings "Desirable lengths of Cheviots, Broadcloths, Serges, Poplins, Flannels, Challis and Novelties. , I [ Broken, assortments of all wool gar~* ments. in heavy and medium weights,? ! not all sizes in the lot, at 95c. J Every Winter Garment in the House Must Go gams The Season's of the year. Best Styles featured at the most drastic price reductions in this Sensational Clean-up Sale. Be here tomorrow for the best Bar- VVomen's and Misses Suite, Worth up to $28.50 i Popular models to choose from in wanted materials and colors- broken lots, bnt mostly all sizes. Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Coats, Worth n] to $28.50 ._ Stylish Coats of Wool Velotrr, Plushes and Mixtures in plain and Fur trimmed styles, mostly all sizes. Women's and Jlisses Dresses, Worth np to $19.75, at 00 Â»Â»/Â«/ Fashionable Dresses of Silk, Serge, Taffeta and Combiuaiions, wanted styles and colors--included arc new Spring models. fVomrn'.s and Jlis.ses' .Suits, Worth up to SSu.OO $14.44 Pine Broadcloths, Poplins -and Poire-. Twills in tins group--some with Fur trimmings, others in styles suitable for Spring. $14.44 Women's and MissÂ«s Coats, Worth np to $:i.".00 _... _.. , Plain or Fur trimmed models ot Velour, Kersey, Plushes and Burdlas, Ml warkert down for final clearance. $14.44 Women's and Misses' Dresses, Values up to $25.00 Beautiful Afternoon and Street Dresses of Georgette Crepe. Satins. Serges and Taffetas--ruffled, side draped and newest tailored effects. REMNANT LOTS Women's Coats - $2.95 Children's Coats - $2.95 Furs, Scars, Muffs $2.95 Values up to $18.50 REMNANT LOTS Women's Coats - $1.00 Children' Coats - $1.00 Muffs and Scarfs $1.00 Ladies' Skirts - - $1.00 REMNANT LOTS Up to $5.00 Skirts $2.95 Up to $7.50 Waists $2.95 Afternoon and Evening Dresses to $20.00 at $2.95 THREE DAYS ONLY--BEGINNING FRIDAY MORNING--OVER 500 PAIRS WOMEN'S SHOES--BROKEN LOTS AND DISCONTINUED LINES--AT PRICES SO SMALL IT'S ALMOST LIKE GIVING THEM AWAY--AND WOMEN WHO LOOK AHEAD WILL BUY FOR FUTURE AS WELL AS PRESENT NEEDS AT THESE UNPRECEDENTED SAVINGS. NO CHARGES, C. O. D.'S, REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES--ALL SALES FINAL. $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Women's SHOES Many styles to choose from .in Black Kid, Patent and Metal leathers, kid and cloth tops, high and liiw heel, button style, sizes up to 5VÂ£. $4.00, $5.00 and up to $8.00 Women's SHOES Grey and Brown Kid Shoes, Black Kid arid Patent Leather Shoes, lace and button styles, sizes up to 5UV Boys' $3.50 Shoes Strong, well-made Shoes bt Gun Metal leather, .English and Blucher lasts, with "Neolin" soles, Special at $2.05. Misses' $3.00 Shoes Â· t Stylish Shoes of Patent and Gun Metal leather, feid and cloth tops, button style, sizes 11% to 2, Special at $1.95. Children's $2.00 Shoes Made of Gun Metal leather with cloth tops, si^es 5 to 8. Special at ?1.3M. Ohicpyle. j day from a visit spent at Unionto-wn spent "Wednesday her with her music OHIOPYLK, Feb. 15.--The Red Cross met at the home of Mrs. T. M. 'itchell yesterday. Miss Violef Mason, of Kentuck. spent Thursday calling oc Obiopyle friends. \ Airs. Harvey Morrison and son. Ab- ratHuu, r-turnc-;l yesterday from, a vt.-iii S-IKMII at Mrs. Sam Howe aP Hunker. Mrs. Daii-y ^proul. of 13cii Grove, spent Thursday .-:hoppiupi: In town. .Mi's. K-lizabftth Sproul spem Thursday shopplrs in town, Mrs. Jrwur/ f ilall r c l u r n f l d TliurÂ»- class. X E. Simms of CooneUsvllle was a i Advertise in our Classified Column. and Hunker. Miss Verna Cunningham, school teacher near Faye-tte city, arrived caller in Ohiopyle and Mill Run yes- home yesterday suffering froma nerv- terday. ous breakdown. ' Fred Dietrichs at Perryopolis, I . spent Wednesday and Thursday here ' When Ton Treat Anything che guest of friends. Mrs. Harbaugh of Victoria spent Thursday calling on OMop'yle friends. A r r h u r Railey of L'niontown was a business transactor here yesterday. . Han-y Sliipley of Sipes. was a caller in town yesterday. Miss Klsie Graff left yesterday for Connuence to visu friends. Mlfcs Elslo BogBB of Confluence WEAR Horaers Clothing XXX -Â·atromze Tiiose Wbo Advertise. J. N, Tramp FHITE LlN 'TRANSFER HUTOR TBVCK Â»Mt v W A(*Off UOV1J10 Aim H01HT1J1O PLUI08 A ITSC1AI.TT. OflleÂ« 1*3 K. Â·It* P. R- K. Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. FLINT'S ,VXn STOEAGE. Motor Truck Service To All Paris of Region. COAL FOR SALE BOTH PHONES. BEAD THE COUEIER.