The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 25, 1918 · Page 7
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April 25, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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THURSDAY, APRIL 25,1918. DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLB. PA. iAGE SEVKM. 3fc* (tapped to the door, onlr to be- bold feer :!mte eompwtlon making off torn Hw Tlll*a» ntnct ia giwt hut* tad mldcrt czcttcmeat. Apprtmehlng ·Jtiwftu tie drunken rows of grass i»t» WM · little knot of people. Eren .«» KoriM w*tdhtd It f rew Into * con- tii»r»li orawd, for men «nd -wenrea nd ehlMm'cMM barfing from their tirtw. Then war* three figure* In the lead, * man nd two bo;*, and they miked tlowrf, ploddingly, M If WWITT from a, long march. "B«teb«n !" Jforlne cried In a voice IB* acarcelr rwotolzed. Sbe retreated Into the doorwar with one hand upon « leapbtf heart. "Krteben! took! nuy*r* comlnf-- here! Tea! If»-- Jfa Yareea etrorsied from his l" h» called, loudly, Tm*re enw a aha*nr, then In the taerwmr «· flg«r» «« a roan, a tattered MaMerdtr. of · maa wtiooe'feet were ban and *hM« brcm cilTea were ex- anaad thnmcb lapping raga. Hli Kraut ma naked where thorns had tried -to itar Urn; Ua beard, own W» hair, ·en nuttted and ntikempt, and the nod ef uanr traite laV caked upon hta fATBunta, Iramb with amazement, blind with tears, Norine found herself starlns np- ward into his face, and heard him sayIng: "I told you I wonld bring her home." The next Instant she lay upon his breast and sobs of joy were tearing at her. The story of Rosa's rescue came slowly and in fragments, for the news of Ollelllr'a retarn caused a sensation. Hl3 recital was Interrupted many time*. "As' a matter of fact, our getaway was ridlcalonsly ansy." he said, "for we had lock at erery torn--regular Irish lock. I made Morfn Independent , for life, but it wasn't the money. It was Jacket who Induced him to bring us clear to Turiguano, He landed us one niffht, this side of the Moron troche. Since then we've Traded eswamps to our armpits, we've fought the Jungle and chewed bark--but we're here." Johnnie heaved a deep sigh of relief. "Wh»r» old you get the. money to hire schooners and corrupt captains?" Branch Inquired. O'Reilly hesitated; ha lowered his voice to a whisper. : "We found the Varona treasure." Itforine uttered a cry. "Not Dou Bs- tebcn'g treamre?" It Waa O'Rcillyl "Exactly. It was in the well where young Estcbnn told us it was." Johnnie produced frora.hts pocket a handful of coins. Branch's eyes bulged, he touched a" cold piece respectfully, weighed it cnre- fulljr, then pressed It to his lips. He rubbed It against his cheeks anil in his Imlr: he placed it between his teeth and bit It. "It's real!" he cried. "Now let me look at the Jewels," "Rosa nun them. She's wearing them on her back. Hunched backs are lucky, you know; hers is worth n fortune." "Why, this beats the 'Arabian Nights!'" Norine gasped. "It bents--" Branch paused, then wagged his head tvarnlngly at the firl. "I don't believe a word of It and you mustn't." Then Johnnie told the story. "When he had finished there wns a long mo-! merit of silence. Then Norine qua- 1 vered tremulously: "That boy! T|iat blessed boy I" ! "It's all too weirdly improbable," O'nclily smiled, "but osl;' Bosa j or Jacket--thft boy is bursting to tell some one. !He nearly died because he couldn't brag about Hi to Cuptain Morin, and there won't be any holding him now. I'm nfrnld he'll tip oil the aews about that treasure in spite of all my warnings. Those jewels are a temptation; I won't rest easy until they're safely locked up in some good vault. Now then, I've told you every- i thing, but I'm dying for news. Toll me | about yourselves, about Bstebnn. I ei- pccted to nnd him well. What alls him?" "Oh. Johnnie!" Norine began. "He's very ill. He isn't getting well. Help me, Jounoie! Help me to get him home--" "Of course I will. Well take him and Hosa away where they can forget Cuba and nil Hie misery it has caused them. We'll mnke him -well--don't worry." O'Upilly saw little of his sweetheart that day, for Norine promptly bore- the plrl off to her oisn quarters and there attended to her needs, the most press- Ing of which was clothing. While O'Reilly wns similarly engager! in making himself presentable, j I he and Branch talked earnestly, with the result that they repaired later to General Gome?:. O'Reilly concluded by saying: "I've done what I came to do, sir, but Hiss Vnronn is badly shaken by all she has been through. She's very nervous and far from well. EFtebau, too. Isn't recovering."' TO BE CONTINUED. For Their Sake The most precious thing that a man possesses in this ijrorid is his family. When an American soldier leaves · this country and leaves behind his wife , and child or his mother or any member of his family he KNOWS that hi* goverment will not let them suffer. He is -offering his life to protect his country and he KNOWS that his country · will protect those that are dear to him. . : For the sake of the American soldier, for the sake' of his family, YOU are asked \ - to buy LIBERTY BONDS, to lend your . money to the United States Government «h«B never be lacking the necessary funds to protect the soldier at the Front and to protect home. . ' . .Sonify yen will not fail to do your share for the sake of those, who are offering their lives to protect pen «M| your*. ' - - · ' ' ' · · · · . ' ' ' BUY LIBERTY BONDS AND BUY THEM FREELY FROM ANY BANK jo that Aere hfc fMnfl at 'THE STORE AHEAD" dTng StampsJTn Addition to Best Values? Every Woman"Will Be Interested in Our 21st SEMI-ANNUAL "SALE OF SMfiPLE SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES Which Begins Tuesday, April 30th, and Continues for One Week .. . * · Tliisis the Original Sale of Samples--garments that we "speak 'or" from season to season--samples from upwards of 50 of America's foremost couturiers. SEE PITTSBUEGH EVENING PAPERS OF APEIL 29THFOE THE FIRST DAY'S NEWS OF THE GREAT EVENT At this Sale you may purchase a Suit, Coat or Dress of the very newest and latest style at 1/3 to % the regular price. A TRIP TO PITTSBURGH IS NEVER COMPLETE WITHOUT A VISIT.TO ROSENBAUM'S Dickerson Run. LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by J. R. Davidson Co. as a patriotic eorti rikrf km iowords winning tfoe war DICKBRSON RDK, April 24.--W. J. Reed, 0. H. Shallenbergcr, F. A. Newell and James Beftity were transacting buBincas'at Unlontown yesterday. Mrs. lUohard Sidow and Mrs. James Beattjr were shopping ia Conelisvllle yesterday afternoon. C. L. Cramer was a business caller at Utilontown yesterday afternoon. W. R. Harper was a business caller at Cumberland, Md. t .Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Stricklor of Ohio, am apondins a few days -visiting relatives aud friends at Yander- bllt. Jobft McCowaa of IfcKeesport, was transacting business here yesterday. Air.- and Mrs. W. E. Smith of Dawson, were shopping. In Conaellsvllle Tuesday morning. NEVER FAILS TO END MISERY OF PILES . -- · i Stops Itching At Once "Hundreds of people ic tbls vicinity," says Peterson, "know of tfae mighty hoal- Ing power of PETERSON'S OINTMENT fa eczema, salt rbeam, old sores, itching sklii, olccrs, pbnplce and all diseases of tLe skin; Tbej- Jcnoir it cures th«se nilna«nts--that It Is Rmarmntced to cnre them." Now I wnnt to say to every sniErer from F Ue», either blind, bleeding or Itching, that will gpurantee thnt a 30 cent box of PETEBSOJTS OIKTMKNT will rid yon oC piles or ypnr drnirgtet ^.iil return your moDoy. "For years I suffered terribly with Itch- tns anfl bleeding- piles. I tried everything and despaired of ew-r gutting rid''of them, It girei m« grent pleasure to state that P«t*r»on'a Ointment entirely cured me, and I 8tne«rety recommend It to aJl sufferers."-Tour* truly, Darid A. Seymour, SupU of PuJn, Buffalo. N. ~S. Over There and Over Here Over there troops are moved and battles fought, movements of the enemy reported, and munitions brought up by means, of telephone communication. Over here more titan 12,000 long-line operators .have been' trained for Government service, and the Government at Washington keeps in dose touch, with every phase of, war preparation and directs the wotk_of a vast number of. tadiisV tries upon which the success of our armies depends. . . ,·· Over there and over here the whole machinery of Government, is working for success in the war, and telephone service is essential. . ' Be a Stockholder in the Bank of Humanity!-Buy a Liberty Bond! The Central District Telephone Company £. F. Patt«r»ui, Local Msnae*!" Unicuktotvn, P. MA--SUB KSOWSI By EBWBSA IF yew H W-BOV f oo JUST-HUM HUMPH! ucrr you iwov UP

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