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JTKTDAT, JUNE 7, TEH.?. COPKIEK.- NEWS OF THE DAY . AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Several Tjocal Girls Hike to Klllamtiy Park and Return. FEELS FINE, SAYS MRS. JOHN HOGAN She Sow Testifies [rJiat Tanluc HaÂ« IsssproYed Her In ETCTJT "ViÂ»j. 221 NATIVE 21ERS REGISTER Of Total of 265 Enrolled by Board So. 6, 253 Are-White and Six Segroes; Local Board Will Xot Be BeijBlred to; Send Any in the Sort Draft Special to The Courier. PLEASANT, June 7.--Misses Margaret Fulton, Blanche and Anns, Galley. Viola Stevenson and Miss Neggely of Beil e Vernon, and Mrs. S. C. Stevenson returned yesterday from a hike to Killarney and back. Returning they traveled by way of Indian Head, Jones Mills and Donegal and walked down the pike through a drenching rain. The party left Saturday morning and had a very enjoyable time. Registration Statistics. Of the 265 men registered at the armory on Wednesday, 269 are whites, six are negroes, 220 were native born ^citizens, three were naturalized, seven ^vere declarants and 35 were aliens. Rev. Epps Speaks. Rev. R. D. EJpps of the Mount Zion church of Connellsville preached at the Second Baptist church here on "Wednesday evening. Xonc to li'are Xext Call. There will be no men leave from District 6 either with the next colored draftees nor with the wirite unless the orders are changed, as this district has been, drawi on very heavily for draftees previous to this time. Institute Baccalaureate. Rev. T. C. Harper will preach the baccalaureate sermon for ihe Mt. Pleasant Classical and Scientific Institute in the United Brethren church on Sunday evening. There will be no regular services at the Baptist church on that evening. The baccalaureate will be a union service. Gypsies Troublesome. Yesterday saw the ISth aulomobile and wagon load of gypsii-s pass through town in two days. The police are keeping them cleaned oat, only allowing them to stop long enough to go to .a grocery or blacksmith shop. Just outside of town they became "Tanlac has made me feel fine,''' declared Mrs. John Hogan, of Bridgeport, Pa. "I learned of it through my son, who brought me the medicine about a I week ago, and! I began taking it. 'jOwing to a| bad, weak stomach, I have eaten very little for years, .and, naturally, my strength and vitality became very much lowered. Food seldom agreed with me,j even the lightest kinds causing distress afterdating. I had spells of bloating, shortness of breath, palpitation, dizziness and headaches. Months and months of such misery are sure to undermine the health of any woman. I finally grew very nervous and could not rest well at night. "I am now feeling the best' I have ID 3*ears. Tanlac relieved mo tmmedi-: ately. The second day my appetite increased. I really was hungry and the grandest thing of all is that eating did not hurt.me. Tanlac strengthened my digestion and I do not have bloating or shortness of breath. 'ThÂ« palpitation, headaches and dizziness have also gone. "Tanlac has made a new woman of me. I feel better every way. My nerves are better. I have plenty of strength and never have a bit of trouble sleeping. Tanlac is different from all other medicines. It is remarkable." Tanlac. the celebrated Master Medicine, is noiv sold here by the Connellsville Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured in Dunbar at D. C. Bason's Drug Store.-Adv. Aft THE "THE HEART OP A LION"-- William Farnum's new screen master- j piece, a thrilling story of love and life in the lumber camps, is being presented today. The story is taken from a novel, "The Doctor," wjltten by Charles \V". Gordon, and .gives Mr. Farnum an excellent opportunity to display his dramatic ability. The story of this magniBcent picture revolves about two Kemper and Dick. very bold, three of the womea going 'ess sort of youth, toto the James Lozief Seld, ic.tr iowi:, Â»Â»^en to a realiza! into the James Loz: and taking a watch off Mr. Miller employed there. Mr. Miller fought them Â·with the hoc. Personal. Mrs. Emma Cox of Washington and Main streets, underwent an operation at the Memorial hospital yesterday. Mrs. Ssvilla McAfee is visiting friends at Belle Vernon. Mrs. Ella Layton on Wednesday attended the funeral of her father, Mr. Eugcins at Beeson. Â· If Ton Trent Something Advertise for it in our classing column. ' One cent :v word. It Takes Courage To Be a Soldier It takes iron nerves, men with red shiftlessness until brothers, Barney ! Dick as -a worth- i who does not j on of. his own Barney catches j him making love to the woman en- j gaged to marry himself. Then Dick i reforms, studies for the ministry, is : ordained and sent to a lumber camp, j Barney, who has withdrawn completely from civilization after the loss of his faith in Dick, has become physician in the same camp, rough backwoodsmen of When the the com- blood and munity attack Dick and wound him, Barney reveals his identity and does his best to nurse his brother back to life. Two women play important roles in this production, Mary -Martin and Wanda Petit. There is no need to praise William Farnum farther than to tell the story of the picture. Anyone at all familiar with his magnificent screen portrayals will be able to see in an instant how aptly 'and absorbingly he would act such a i story. A selected comedy is included. The same -attractions will be shown on Saturday. Monday, Edith Storey, the charming screen star, will appear in a five-reel Metro production. ORPffEtrM THEATRE. brawn to do, the nerve to "beck-up," to climb mountains, and . "go over-the- t o p , " o r w i t h stamina enough to | ^ I3E CLEV ER MRS. FAIRFAX" m e e t the n l K " Â« ' . features the well known feminine 1m- attack. Energy a nator - Jl]lian Eltlnge . Thls will ^ *own today and tomorrow. Also West ' t h e ' comedian, in "The v e r d a v i Messenger." Monday and Tuesday, minute of the day! \*Â»r TMd apears in "Araarilly It is the same behind i Â°' Clothes-Line Alley," an Artcratt i the lines, in the work I production. She appears as a scrub ;hop, andf on the farm. What is j-Sirl, her mother is a washerwoman nost needed is iron in the blood, j and her brothers are newsboys. She livery man should have as much iron | has refused an offer of marriage from n his body as is contained in an | a gilded society youth and is going Â·rdinary "tanpenny" nail. If your I to marry a bartender. The society ilood is thin, %vatery, your face pale j youth falls in love with Amarilly, and ac. anemic, or pimply, yon feel de- iressed, blue, without energy to omplete your daily tasks). It's ime to heed the warning. Put resh, clean blood in your veins, take 'Irontie" Tablets, a new combina- ion of soluble iron and herbal ex- racts discovered by Dr. Pierce and is Physicians of the Surgical Insti- ute in Buffalo. $T. Y. _ It gives one nap, pep, vim and vigor to have nis iron in the blood. "Irontic" i a blood maker, a strength builder nd a nerve tonic. You can obtain Irontic" at most drug stores for xty cents the vial, or you can ob- lin a test package by sending ten ents to the Invalids' Hotel and urgieal Institute in Buffalo, N. Y., Mary and her folks from the -slums meet the four hundred, resulting in extremely funny situations. Patronize those who advertise. \0 ADTA5CK El TRICK S T H M A There u no "cmre* but relief U often brought by-- 2Sc--SOc--Â«1.00 The .Prettiest Styles and Varieties Make This Gonnelllsville's Newest Summer Pattern Hats Specially Featured at' $7.90 Beautiful wide brimmed styles for dressy vear. Regular up to Summer Huts Saturday at Only $3.95 Select from a group of clever styles, new tailored and trimmed Hats. Wonderful To Make Tomorrow the Standard by Days of June. Everyone Who Would Practice Thrift Men's Summer Gauze Union Suits with short or long sleeves, all QFv/Â» sizes, $1.25 values J/tJC Women's heavy Milanese Silk Gloves in all white or white with black embroid- values .,, 9J tJ ^ Women's fine Gauze Lisle Hose, all sizes, in black or white, 50c values, Q~t A A 3 pairs for - Â«PJLÂ»W/ Women's- Summer Gauze Union Suits, full bleached, all sizes, AAf 59c value tariv/ Women's Vests, fine gauze, full bleached, all 1 Â£kÂ» sizes, 29e value -L*/ V You should hurry up and come here for the (dainty uii- dermulsins offered in our . Fresh lots will, be added for tomorrow's selling. Crisp New Muslinwear Dainty Gowns, Chemise, Skirts and Pink Silk Camisoles, $1.30, $1.50 and $1.G9 values. Undermuslins, up to $2.00 values Undermuslins, up to J2.50 values Undermuslins, up to $2.75 values Corset Covers, Special Children's Drawers, Special oOc Corset Covers and Drawers ai 70 tj)JL t O $1.95 _29c _15c 39c Boys' White Duck Bloomer Pants, 6 to 16 ~t f\f\ years -at _, Â«DJLÂ«Ul/ Bloomer 79c Boys' Linen Pants, G to 16 years, at --'. . Sale of Women's All Day Saturday An unusually large collection to choose from and they're made of the finest Gabardines, Oxford Cloth, etc., with full gathered backs, wide belts and new novelty pockets, finished with pearl buttons. Specially priced Saturday We Feature An Important Sale of Women's and Misses' Mid-Summer and Advance Fall The Most Extraordinary Values at Taffetas Satins Crepe de Chines Georgettes Combinations and Serges In hosts of new and stunning models, serviceable for street, vacation, sports and afternoon w.ear. Saturday Will Be at "The Big Store" And \ve will feature tie very newest creations in children's wear at prices that should be of interest to every mother. Children's White Dresses in, tLe smartest styles, sizes CJO QC 3 to 6 years $6.VO Girls' Beautiful "White Dresses, 6 to 14 years, (PC QA Special at : $3.3" j Other Dresses $2.25 to $15.00. Children's Bonnets in stunning styles of lawn and silk 25c up to $3.00 Children's Smart Trimmed Hats, specially priced (PI OQ Boys' Suits Newest Norfolk and Trench models in smart mixtures and plain colors, G to IS years, ?8.95 values at Sale of Newest W-A-15-TC All Day Saturday Styles, assortments and values that prove this to be the "waist store for you. Choose from hundreds of finest Voiles, Batistes, Lawns, French Voiles, Georgettes ,Crepe de Chines, etc., in all the newest shades and white. Specially priced at iÂ»ju^ratft.tfti%^UKV^AtviW*fÂ¥Â»JuipÂ»vvtfti^^ A Musical Opportunity. Prof. Carroll C. McKee, at present and for five years past, director of the Conservatory of Music of Acadla University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Is in Conneilsville and will be pleased to receive a limited number of pupils in pianoforte during the summer months. His studio will be at the Christian parsonage, 503 Race street, where anyone interested may inquire. --Adv.-June G-7-8. Card of Thanka. 'Mr. Samuel J. Buttermore and family -wish to express tieir sincere | thanks and appreciation to the B. of | R. T., the B. of R. Clerks, the New ' Haven Firemen and their many friends for. the Ooral tributes and the kindness snowa them in their recent bereavement, the death of their cor. and brother, Roger J. Buttermore.-Adv. , Try our classified advertisements. J. N. Trump WHITE LIN1? WW TRANSFER En UOTOB TItDCK Â·Â· WAGONS. MOVIXG AMD HOISTING P1A-YOS A SPECIALTY. IteLL-AN Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund moneyjf it fails. 25c . 5 OPPHAM'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. Classified Ads. 'One Gent a Word, The dcliflui o( yonr -racauon bÂ«Sn tie moment you board P',, 9; C Â° 11 " VTM S"" 1 "" I"' beautiful JUnckinac IilandWor half of the delights are in the Lake voyace. Railroad ticlelt ore honored on all D. C. Line .teamen without extra chatgc. The D. C. Icticain insures the best in appointment*. cuiBioe aad painnakinii service. Safety and holla ororisions are all that could be desired. All steamers are equipped with latest nireless service. All ^atÂ«r is sterilized by ultra violet ray process. TVo splendid vessels-Ciry of Mackinac 1! and Gty of Alpeiia II--operate four times aweek to Muckinac Island. From Toledo Mondays and Saturdays 8:30 A. M.. Tuesdays and Thursday* 6;00 P. M. From Detroit Mondays and Saturdays 5:00 P. M.. Wednesdays and Fridays 8:30 Send 3-cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes map. Andreas L. G. LEWIS. G. P. A., 9 Third Avenue. Detroit, TO HACKINAC ISLAMD From Buffalo * 9.50 Round trip 150 From Clereknd J 7.00 Round trip 12.00 From Toledo J 6.25 Round trip 11.UO From Detroit HAVE YOU TRIED OUR CLASSIFIED ADLETS? FETET 1Â»I\E--You've Got the Bight Idea, Petey, Beat r Em to It By C. A. VOT6HT AWO rr" TWIMVC Â» VWMT TVLC OP STRAW SlS. PBOTHJE? NOU CAJJ-t Tfet-C V/HAt Do To "THE, SOMMHZ_ J ! "