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The model is of cream-colored lace
with a peplum of lace coming to a
point on each side. The waist 's
made of lace laid In plaits. The
shoulder straps are of blue velvet
and ribbons hold the waist in place.
i A rose is placed In the front of the
waist whe-e the shoulder straps
are sewn. A.satin girdle completes
HAT AND COIFFURE STYLES
White Felt Headgear Likely to Be
the Favorite of the Younger Gen
The younger generation will find
the hat of white felt, trimmed with a
bow of ribbon or a band and tassel
of beads, usually becoming* while
their elders will wear the toque or
sailor of fabric.
Speaking ol bead trimmings, nine
out of ten hats have small porcelain
beads used in some form or other to
adorn the brims or crowns. There are
borders in conventional designs of one,
two or three oolor combinations; tas
sels and cords formed of beads; bead
fringe and bead encrusted bands wov
en in true American-Indian style.
Just one word more anent the new
The broad-brimmed sailor has
brought about a change in the arrange
ment of our tresses. It can no longer
be drawn back, smooth and waveless,
as it was for the summer hats, but
must be wavy and looser at the sides.
The proper way to wear the sailor
is tipped over one side, and this means
that there must be softening strands
of hair puffed out at the sides.
"Straws show which way the wind
blows," they said, and judging from
present indications the hat of felt or
fabric promises to crowd out of ex
istence the once popular velvet
PETTICOAT MUST BE FLUFFY
But Flare Must Always Be So Ar
ranged That lt Fails From
Petticoat widths are from 2% to 2a4
yards. Plain and accordion-plaited
flounces are run with cording to re
move any falling closely around the
ankles or above, as few petticoats
come to the ankles. If a petticoat
matches the suit, it is likely to be of
African brown, taupe, Russian green,
black, wine, navy or purple. Plaided
petticoats are darker than usual, but
of rich combinations. The flare all
comes from the knees down.
Chiffon and Georgette crepe petti
coats are made of every shade known
in dresses, from white to black. They
are usually of white, flesh, black, navy,
taupe, African brown, dark green or
purple. A cotton petticoat should al
ways be worn under one of chiffon, of
the same color, but not as wide.
Princess slips to wear with one
piece dresses are made of cotton, mes
saline, taffeta, crepe or lingerie cot
ton. A fine quality mohair fabric is
used for petticoats, in all the shades,
is very lustrous, and is washable and
dust shedding and will not crack or
crease. For those who prefer filmy
cotton and lace petticoats under an
evening dreES to one of silk fine or
gandie is made up with tiny ruffles
and val lace.
Crepe petticoats that clean and
launder are gathered to a deep-hip
yoke, with an accordion-plaited flounce
lower down, headed by a satin ribbon
run in a casing, tied at the back.
White crepe petticoats of a very
dressy nature are flounced with hand
Hang In Damp Place.
When you have a silk dress that
cannot be rolled in a damp cloth or
.otherwise dampened, and you wish to
press it out, try hanging it in a damp
place for a few hours and it will ab
sorb enough moisture to press nicely.
F MAGNIFICENT COAT
Sable coat that has been valued at
STRONG COLORS IN FAVOR
All Shades of Purple Employed-Va
rieties of Blue Would Appear to
Be Almost Innumerable.
All shades of purple are smart, In
cluding royal purple, amethyst, egg
plant, reddish plum and mauve. Such !
reddish shades as mulberry, mahog-;
any, garnet, dregs of wine, bordeaux, !
burgundy, rose, flesh, begonia, light,
magenta and deep old rose are all to
be found in velvet, satin, chiffon,
crepe, ribbons, etc.
Among evening silks are such
shades as white, cream, silver, ciel
blue, maize, nile, flesh, mauve and
moss-rose pink. Among the novelties
are a gray duller than battleship, al
most ft black, Egyptian purple, dark
castor and a slate that is almost blue.
Belgian blue is seen in velvet, rib
bons, feathers, broadcloth, taffeta, sat
in, crepe, silk voile, etc., belonging to
the afternoon Hst of colors which are j
lighter than fhoee used for tailor-made :
suits. Grenadier is a dark blue of
grayish cast. Submarine blue is bluer
than navy, having a trace of purple.
Hermit brown has an earthy shade.
Castor, beige, tan, eand, African and
tobacco are among the favored brown
shades. Among grays only dark and j
semi-dark shades are seen, such as j
taupe, battleship gray, fawn, mouse
and various black and white mixtures, :
forming a pepper and salt gray.
Green shades are of the grayish
cast, such as Russian, bottle green and
bluish myrtle. Flag green is the vivid
shade in Italy's flag, and a small quan
tity brightens up an entire costume, j
NOVEL, USEFUL WORK CASE
Especially Handy When lt ls Found
Necessary to Do Needlework I
Away From Home.
It often happens that a small quan
tity of needlework has to be done
away from home, and a work case
that can be easily carried is a very
The case we show here is carried
out in dark brown silk, lined with pale ?
pink: it folds together in the center
and the sides are stiffened with pieces
of card cut to fit and sewn in between
the cover and the lining. At the point
where the case folds there is an un
stiffened space of three-fourths of an
inch left so that the case will fold
comfortably together when filled.
On the left-hand side there is a
loop of broad elastic into which a pair
of scissors may be slipped and held
in place, and below this there are
three small pockets for packets of
On the opposite side of the case
there are two larger pockets for
cards, one with white, the other with
black cotton wound upon it. The re
maining space is occupied with tape,
darning wool, needles, etc., held in
place by loops of elastic.
The case is secured when closed
with a tab and a press stud as shown
in sketch on the right of the illus
tration. The handles by which the
case is carried are composed of strong
A novel touch in an evening dress
is a new side train that loops up to
fora draperies when the wearer is
dancing. The gown is of ivory white
panne velvet and silver lace.
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We are constantly adding to our new stock of mer
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in all parts of the connty to come and give us a
trial. Our goods were bought very close, and we are
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When you need Dry Goods, Shoes and furnishings
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Everything new and bought from the leading manu
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SHIP YOUR COTTON TO
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Cotton . Factors . and
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Come in and see one of these suits that are
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EDGEFIELD, S. C.
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Ford Cars Have
Stood the Test
The experience of scores of own
ers of the Ford Automobiles has
proven that there is nothing better
made for the Edgefield roads. Ford
cars will carry you safely over any
road that a buggy or any other ve
hicle can travel.
An All-the-Year-Around Car
They a?e light, yet substantially
built. They are cheap, yet the best
of material is used in their con
struction. Are you contemplating
purchasing a car? Let us show
you a Ford Run-About or Touring
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Edgefield Auto Repair Shop
Next to Court House
ARRINGTON BROS. & CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in
Corn, Oats, Hay and all
Kinds of Seeds
Corner Cumming and Fenwick Streets
On Georgia R. R. Tracks
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M AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
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Waiting and Resting Rooms for the Ladies. Send your packages
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