The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 18, 1918 · Page 8
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April 18, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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-- ,, PAGL, ElbH'l THE DA1L1: CO DRIER CONNDLI.SVILl.ifi, PA. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 191S. FERTILE GARDEN MOST DESIRABLE The Return of Trimmed Millinery. Cabbage JtatkFand Shouitt Be Gathered r -Up awl Burned flM FOR-PRQPER DRAINAGE f ~ ·*» Drain* rorjby Op*nJbHche»-- If ^ Soil. U Heavy, "'AjJply time "^urf" After Plowing. by tlw "unite* Static Iep*rt- ·* Tfce ffarden shoulff'alwys'be denned tip IB tBKJffifoialEtt^scfon asthe croptf t are ouCof the way, and the area ;cetleil to some fireea crop such as slater oats or tie.- II this has not been Ooixe the vines cabbage $ffc2UsUml"otneri lioura be gathered at once and turned TKis roaterUUJj,liahle.ta.hc, j 1or insect and contain diseases In j furious to garden crops, and no cbaatt s ·hoi Id be taVep with l Provide Gocrf Drainage If v thejire:E£ In the gacdea U_not*VH draigfijJ this sbould-be corrected by us* Ing Cte^dnrfo^ spaced e\ery 10 to "20 l^et^orjjy-gpen ditches or by beddiug tp thQ soilc:l«"i v ^S^D« : '5pace between the tteds fot dralag ^ ,, ^ TMe ground "should be plowed ai itocnZ as* passible If bard freezing Is 1 lore^to occut-aftexJhe plowing is d ne J£ does nof-mattwrrr ttte gtonnd. ^ a Hats reached the limit a* U$i tall after traveling la the direction of scant trlmi as for several sen sons. Tbe flijst hats of spring--those prepared for tojo»rns at Southern resorts--ventured tentatively to present n few,, bio BOIDS that flattened them *eJres against crowns or nestled on brims in the most retiring manner Kibbons and certain feathers were osed with more assurance bnt no one predicted or seemed to foresee tbtJ coming of abundant trimmings ond a variety of them A^ happens in mHHnery all at once we woke uj5 to the fact that there were e lot of flowers and fruits feathers and ribbons on hats that made their appearance In February as the van goa-d of summer millinery It Is reported that Paris ^pon**red this cheer fill mode as an expression of her ,nn3aunted- confidence In the satisfactory ftsue. of the war and her courage nod fortitude in the face of it At any-rate on- oewe-st hats are sprout Ing flowers and feathers ererywhtre and these are re-enforced with rtb boos and ornaments Ihcee models U\at show mach moderation wben we consider the now order of things are pictured here as examples of tasteful Easter millinery They are of crepe georgette or georgette fn combination with milliner? braids At the apper left of the group one of the new russet shades Is dereJoped In crep« and chrysno»«». mum braid -- soaaeUmes tal ed ' carpet vrald It h«^ a sash of blue velvet ribbon that pa««e^ through slashes in the brim and Is tied In a bow *vith long loops and ends at the bock. Two small dahlias ID ro*?e sb«deg are posed over tie sash at the front. Tb picturesque model at the right I« a real poke bonnet developed In crepe georgette with a facing of yedda braid Sand color faced with blue gray faced with rose are among the pretty color combinations that are Dsed in hats of this Vind At the front there Is a simple bow o£ ribbon wrtb a \ery nen sort of quill xhrust through JL The qulU Is made of col ored beads Th«*re la a collar of ribbon around tlie crown. The hat at the bottom of the group Is entirely covered with crepe georgette and its brim Is bound Mtfa velvet. A wreath of fauclfnl apple foltage and small satin apples In warm dark colors, lies about the crown and a small tranch of little grapes finds a resting place on the brim. at the front. «£e/ P tr Fashionable Effects. Checkerboard cloth is one of the fashionable effects when combined with solid black. "Picture, ~an "Onafflhtfy 2" Back Yard After Being Cleaned Up ·* and Planted to Irfsfa Potatoes--Low ^ er Picture, the Same Area Later in ,4 Season^-Jeanr. Chard and Cabbage ^ Have FolTowecTthe Potatoes--Lima 1 J Beans Have Hidden tfie Boarcf Fence. | Jllttte wet. It Is particularly desirable ^to get the plowing done "befor a freez j ''fag v ^ftt^r--j s T -pa ft*". 4ts~ th_a Iterna te r f?eezing~and thawing MIK hit* rnatinp} insects, a» welL-as.-loosening up the ' _jwil breaking down clods and making. iHhe solf generally "more loo^e and fn £.able Soil that has been pi wed or ^spaded, moreover, will drj out and ^become workable sooner than that not Sso treated I Lighten Heavy Soil H If the soil is it all hca\y It Is ad- gvisoble to make an appUcation of air Sslaked hrae as oon as the poising Is J^done The ltme*ihotild be Eppiied at gtbls time so as to beco-ne tl oronghiy Smiled ^Ith the soil before the manure is applied Manure and llnie should paot be applied at the same time as tfcs Ume will cause loss of the n'trogea m gthe manure § To produce 'satisfactory crcps of veg t J^etables the soil naust be Kepi in a high j gstate of fertility It is an esci llent plan t jgto apply stable manure to the fresbly ! If plowed or spaded ioJ! this t be worW Red In either with i dLsL harrow or In ( *^cas"S wh^re hand labor is employed f Kwtth a hoe or rak Thii should bp- ^followed later on bv a surface coat of ^·w ell rotted manu-e, applied about the g are.plaated PATRONIZE HOME MEECHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER. gSEED POTATOES ARE SCARCE fHf Home-Grown Tuber* Are Kept Cool J g *atnd Dry They Will -Do to Plant | ^ --Prevent Writmq. :£ AU varieties of seed potatoes are ; *»csrce and much higher in price than ! iiwual If the homc^g^OTvn seed tubers kept coot tend, dry In n weJl rentl d cellar* Jhey "will do to plant. The point, la to Keep tlena Jinn of. prevent The car of quality and endurance. The above car will be at the Smith House, Connellsville, on Friday, April 19, 1918, subject to your inspection and to give demonstration to any interested parties. *· Let us show you the KING of all Eights. Seeing is believing. Uniontown, Pa. WISE PATRIOTISM i Everybody knows that ftatriotism is the highest virtue. Without pktnottsm life ii art empty meaningless waste. The highest form of patriotism in these days is, of course, doing everything possible to co-operate with the Government in its one great task of winning the war and making the world safe for democracy. This means buying LIBERTY BONDS and buying them NOW. Remember that when you buy LIBERTY BONDS you are not only being patriotic, but you are also being wise because you ate buymg the very finest kind of an investment--United States Government Bonds that pay liberal interest and are guaranteed by the richest nation in the world. Therefore Buy Liberty Bonds, And buy them, now from any bank LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by A. B. KURTZ, Jeweler. as a patriotic contribution towards winning the war LITTLE TALKS ON THRIFT By S. W STRAUS Anunctat Society Jor Thrift It is well to remember that the m e a t a l v a l u e s of t h r i f t a r c greater than the material incs A mistake 15 made by many who a*5 u ro e t h.at t-hnEt means merely savircg money Briefly, it means the complete elimination of waste. It means no wasted mcoey, no wasted time, no waited energy It is trne that the smn# of raaoey is a coramtndaJble process, ana comprises the dctrxaital prrooplt of thrift Ho^rcver, mere money saving" wrtii- oot an mtelhgcnt ippnmatioo of tts significance involves the danger of fostering close fistedness if not At the present ttme we are m the jnidst of a campaign *or the sale of war savmgs stamps and to some ex tent it is the most mportint thrat crusade so far inaugurated by oer government The war savings stamp is essen- t*aDy a device for the encourageraent of thrift among: those the majority of Tphora have not been consistent swers heretofore. Children, servants and wage earners whose earnings are smafl, are, through this roedram, given an opportunity of bejpjng our nation m its crisis Many of the buyers of timft stamps are persons who jure not aide to bit} liberty bonds, eren 01 the deoommabon. Therefore rt may be assumed that the purchase of war savings stamps compasses for thousands, u not outbQos of oar ab xeas, tfaar first step in thrift. And, Dec aJ3 other good works, the first step is the most important one. tn tfee nation wide campaign DOW Eomg on for the sate of war s*VKqjs stamps, an almost universal appeal is being' made to the public on die Krottnds of patriotism. Thas is COEQ- metidaixle, for at the present time we aH mttst adopt the siogaja **Wm the war firsl " "We befacve, however that tbe significance of the war savings stamp is not hunted to patriotism. The benefits of thrift are conra- lative and its practices art progressive. Almost -without exeepboa be who saves a Lrttfe this year will save a Ettfc more next, aad -SHU a Ettfe more year ifter next, and so on. Bat tbe great pomi M not bow much one saves. The mere fact of saving: is the great essential The school child may sarve a few pennies m a year Dot tbe reflex benefits arc greater than those received by a roan who posslbiy saves many dollars. The chfld has learned a vital lesson, one that win be of benefit ihrotzgb Hfc One cannot, tlieref ore, too largely magnify tbe importance of the war savings stamp It is a process of seed sowing that gomsr to bring- a t-cOTcndoush/ botmtiful harvest not onl/ m tbe millions of doflars that are berog; contributed to the successful prosecn- hon of the war feat in the splendid lessons of thrift that are b«ng learned fay so many of oar citizens who Tierer have thought of practising it before. PATEONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The next issue of the Bell Telephone Directory goes to press on APRIL 25th The Central District Telephone Company E. F Patter3on, Local Manager Umoutown, Pa. {OOOOOOOOCXiOOOtXJOCKXXSOOOOO. OOOCXXXX3GOOCOOOOOOOOOOC3OOQ Try Our Classified Ads. St's Money Wei! invested loooooooooooQcaoa^^ "CAP" STUBBS--PBISOTEK OF WAR , VOU'-YOO KNEW VOO H«D TO HELP MrtBEL . VlrtTH TH TIlSHEi

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