The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 23, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 23, 1918
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·THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBL.LSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 191S. fr NEW'CONTO REVOT ? 7TT WARFARE The little -bit of i u - j ' . fe#: formation you hare .m^y seem jLjtt unimportant; .Tet'lt'may Iimusix a,'*pyu " with ju»t the.,conflrmalJon_Oie Twj'.shej n*eds; or ii'may 'piece out sotne fabric] s that oe«*s only a patch or two to be}' · complete; or it may'glW him. or, her, j a^htHt or a;cluo leading to the dlscov-j" ef.ies p$ fatal ·'coaaeo.ueiice to the ones: yoo lore, or to others, or .to the nation. |' Don't' ·nthimlze the minor matters. | ~ "Fotu»act at Kjucll the. shoe was 'lost: i ,. ' fqs^ifiit Of. tbs horse the rider u.W.'- '; lilt; for wafitVbf, etc.. etc.. the nation:!*' ; ·»;» jip«t" Th« news you know -tariff * ftgrnijh' tb~natt v to the shoe, to '-the! : the* horse.etCy^vvbich .Trill- help, the^en-;" " v*nj,.toward success? - · · - ,,,,,.." '"'_' : j "-r~rnn't we»ry "oX thrift. , -.The Vide | £3*nd»« :grlcaad supplies; hol'd sut'fthe. S£toaier".'Kl'ir £tn_ Watch j^SSw lutchen, your aarfeet..'The -food-j. ~--qwt?i*8.st3 woule; strengthen on'e'of ourt £;$bl«iiers in the'irenches.Trt. i '·-; Don't cavil a_t pur a-UVeg,'-'"Their in-1 ."tereata are ouro--and.j3Ur5.iare tneirs.J" 1 3t iaT» cos-ftLcf-'airtov one. and".on^.for i ' .- ain^^For tfice« years-tney have. pourei5;_ *' out-"tbeir p*«eious '-lives aha~WeistiT'es. £;3 w ni-;e,hdu'j«8. untold ,-jrlvatioas ..and- ' .":IOSSJJB^ Wg_h.ave-bee3- enabled -ta"or-1 ;. t»n)ze pirrtAnny_5n'd"o'ur fleet in thei- '.- atv.ttteir iiving, lying ramEa r Sr." t',t*t'Kcyl'have", token. ..a^tr^tusPdous--^oU^- " "-JrSmiour enSmy; WVsUonld be pat- j-'-liit.witli th«ir impatience at.our_de= ;· jigijind ;wf should begrudge them no that there are people "wrho act aa genni carriers. Tacy are immune to contagion themselves, but^B ic along to ethers. Don't be a .gossip "carrier. - The whole world is amazed at the acftievements ojt womankind-, in the war. Prove your, patriotism negatively as .well as positively. . Doa't publish know or guess. Don't, pass.along all you pick up. · Don't be a sieve. · ' ; ' · : Don't be a yellow journal.-- . CHICKS BY MAH Order ^owyFemiits TWs . Sletboil of Transpurtatiou.oh 72-Hocr Jonntey. .'au order of Postmaster General Burlion . live day-old chides will l)(? accojited ut. j}0£ J .om-ce for maii- ing, v.-itiiuut insurciaue of C. 0. D. [ privilege.?, \Fhcu the picaksi^Q in which , they* iiro cont^ined Is properly prepar- j ed antl ca~a be delivered to the art- dress v T 'it-hiu 72 hours from the time of mailing: ' . Mail clerks have ^een.inatruc£ef; 'to givo such pacUascs special care; to dispatch and quickly as poEsiTjle; to prevent them ..being 'covered so a. interfere w it'll veatlWtioii ; 'to. protect frotn the. extremes pf^eat or 'coal/ and to give no .water or feed to the ctiieks while in transit. · ' . . . DISABLED SOLDIERS , physic»r, 7 6r splr- show them tfiat ir«, 3 * sr « ^d spend and fight. · · ;~ ; " DpS't fall'to rev arse, the pnce-C!m« '»irii«.- Remember-tEatC'ln".T'»r ' is aiuplcious" ontl^.b* U_ ; especially in » country o* ;;«!"*."jn'-W'J population »od_sncb_va- :i-i;J«*y 1 :.P*' traditions as. the TiStted State*. I,.'. lioii't target Chat GermarJuu made ·'B»e"oj aples to an'eitent tar beyond iiere isirltat Is datmed to be tte.SM3£est death-dealing war weapon yet conceived and .its 1 inventor, I^eriW. Lombard o£ Boston. Tho son, sametbnes'called tjie centriJugalj sun, has a maiimura filing power of S3,000::shots 'per:-minatel The,ammunition, is fed in a cuplike attachment at the left, and'emitted through the slot just to .the right at the top t£ the. re- c'efver. The'gun has been tested, and it IB claimed it "has been proven prac- * ' the, dreams . of. any other - iiztion, in peace :o'r' war; This country contained thousands of secret. .-.agents ot Germany long before the war began. There is an .old saying, 'Tins have saved many-Jives by not being swallowed." So gossip has . saved many liiFe3 by not being practiced. You know To C« Taken Care of : UmUT P!im of!' ., Corarai^ttee Appointed JUr GoVempr. ' Go%"em.or Brumbaugh has appointed! a committee,'with Adjutant General; Beary chairman-, to work out plans foi 1 physical, restoration · ;education and placing in employment of convalescent and disabled a state project. The committee . wi. 1 ! codperatoj wlUi the surgeon general's office at WasWagpon and; will secure schools in thift · state to provide quarters and tniining for the disabled men. , More than'30,000 'industrial cstab- llBhmentB In this state hav e offered to care for disabled soldiers, 1.829 places alone being open to men who lose power of speech through shell shock. WT°AKE out of our lives the telephone, the wireless, the * automobile arid the aeroplane and instantly we retrograde 50 Years," : : . ;· ,,' . . ' . ; ;.:' . --John N. Willys ·or tfaac ~n-r *·"-- *"·*' rf rm matt tankjpb/ ha ena^y, his labor, his vatMtxa. Each of ui .sa»t do noce -woti 'mi more time and Cootr More. Ground. . ' There »re ftwtr of »· left to carry on Ae Big Btaina* of the country and make it bigger, to .. omiinethe-«rarwoA totrat.tb«.««i, to n" e the crop*, to raeet e»«y need and aituation, · · · ' " WeVe got oar work cat oat fat «. . i ·And *e eeunomii: aniwtris tibe motor car. It im't a recreation -sehicle tnylongB. It a a Jkutrjen Ncccaiity. The motor car --almoft a* much u the motor track -- if oelpinf to . yoo can coneerve- your own entrgy, time andhealth, rf doing a* th""°"^- bar* already .done, by ; buying a. Paige lirwood "Six-jo, It-witt Hdp. TOU cm facrta« yourown »«;0; Town Car rSlx-»~ 7 JZ850; Larchmont "5bt-5J Chummy Rc«i*er J13W; Six-39" 5 . All Prkxif.o.b. Detroit MOTOR CAR COMPAQ. DETROIT. MICHIGAN JOHN RHODES PETEI-OTMC--?··«*:* tie.Censor. WK-- A.. FAT JSIobiie oils, heary, inedram and light in lots of 5, 10 gallons, half barrels and barrels, from the barrel only, per jralloa '. '. 60e Buckeye Non-SIsid -Tires, made by the Sebri'.ig Tire Company, Sebring, Oliio. TTe are nsiug these tires on oar own cars and a number of people in Conncllsville are nsinft them and getting 1 as good resnlts from the use of liuckeye tires as they are from tie 3,»00 guaranteed tires. l 30 x 3 ;__^ '. ,, $ S.75 50 x 3% '. ; $10.95 51 x 4 ...__ ; _,, S15.95 . ' 3 2 x 4 Other sires--prices in proportion to the We eaiTy a fair stock of automobile accessories. ' "We charge yonr battery. TVe ivork six mechanics in our repair department and can flo your ivork to TOTCT liking. We can ynlcanize your tubes and tires. We sell Hudson and Overland pleasure cars and Little Giant Commercial Trucks. The new models are in. Loot them OTCT. · Tonr telephone and mall order Trill hare an immediate attention. We win treat yon the best we know how. Whj not jrire us a portion of yoor business? WELLS-MILS MOTOR CAR CO. S». Pittsburgh Streets . ConuellsvniCj Pa« ADVISES THE USE OF COMBINATION FLOURS . IN "VICTORY BREAD" Pound to Work Better Than IThen Only One Substitute is KmployQd; How to Baiacce Jtixtore. The United States Food Administration is rcoannenddng ' to bakers throughout the country that in the use of wheat sxibsCEtutes in Victory bread., they employ a combination rather than rely "on a slagl^ substitute. Substitutes may be combined in various ways to equal the required amount of substitutes, and some of these combinations have been found to mate a better quality broad than that containing only tone. . : . Some niis*ures of corn and: rice have been found to work better than corn alone, and potatoes with cereal substitutes make'a better bread potatoes alone as as ubsiiiuts. It is pointed oiit further that the character of bread made- from mixtures of substitutes is less affect;d by , the addition or subtraction-at a part | of it cereal contort than by a complete change in the substitute part. Changes can-be mad* gradually, and the bakers need not be dependent upon one source of sfuppiy. - To bakers who have potatoes available, but hare found them: difficult to use as a stasis substitute, the Pood Administration suggests the admixture of another substitute.with potatoes. This is, that Instead ot using 80 pounds o£ potatoes and 80 pounds of ·wheat flouy bakers use 40 pounds of potatoes--which, minus the water content equals 10 pouads of substitute-and 10 pounds of corn raeal or some other, cereal substaute. This results in the UBS of· SO per cent.of wheat flour and the required 20 per cent of substitutes in making Victory bread. Successful Management of a Business requires practical experience, efficiency and up-to-date 'Joethods. A good banking connection is also a CdNHEUSVILLE.ft. (WESTSIDE) assistance. Accounts subject to check are invited. UNION NATIONAL BANK J. N. Trump WHITS LINE 1 W TRANSFER $*£ 1TOTOK TJUICK ud WABO1VI. MOVIMU AJVD HOISTING , IT Ton TT»nt Something Advertise for. it in our classified column^ Ona cant a word. . If Ton Arc Hunting Hor(,irini Roa.d the adyertlBCing columns of The Dully Coorier. You wll! 2nd Iberri. OfBc« -ins IS. Rrxira Alle^, ·!*· P. H- U. O«pot. Both f*!lo»e«. Y OU READ the Other Fellow's Ad You are reading this one. That sbouid convince you that advertising in these columns is a profitable proposition; that ifc will bring business to your store. The fact feat the other fellow advertises is probably-the reason he is gettingrnorebusiness than is falling to yotu. Wotik! it not be well, to give the other fellow a chance ESTABLISHES) POUCY It is the established policy of the Title Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania to promote efficiency and accuracy in every department, and to make its service useful to the people of the community. Checking accoahts, large or small, are invited. To Read Your Ad in These Columns? Advertise for it in these columns Bi C. A. VOIfiHT

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