|A.E. Hayward, September 27, 1917, p. 22|
Anon, BOOZE CAMOUFLAGED BY BREAD in The Brockport Republic (Brockport NY), February 21, 1918, p. 7—
The vigilance of a local post office clerk deprived a Camp Funston infantryman of two pints of whiskey and revealed a novel method transmitting through the mails. A compact package handled by a clerk, who noted it was damp. He opened the package and discovered two loaves of bread. A closer examination disclosed the inside of each loaf had been removed and a pint of whiskey inserted.
Anon, The Plattsburgh Sentinel (Plattsburgh NY), Julu 1, 1921, p. 4—
Two loads of Canadian whiskey were captured in the vicinity of Malone during the past week. One car was cleverly camouflaged and booze skillfully hidden in the rear.
|A.E. Hayward, October 5, 1917|
A neatly camouflaged booze car was captured [by police] near Keeseville. The troppers found that so far as appearances went there was nothing contraband in the car. An examination proved, however, that there were enough false compartments in the Cadillac 1922 touring car to conceal eighteen cases of Scotch and Canadian rye whiskey.
|A.E. Hayward, September 18, 1917, p 18|
|A.E. Hayward, October 2, 1917, p 20|
|A.E. Hayward, October 3, 1917, p 22|
|A.E. Hayward, September 18, 1917|
|A.E. Hayward, September 28, 1917, p. 22|