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WASH FROCKS I
New Tbrk, July 2.-Wash frocks
I are not what they used to be. Indeed,
You have to rub your eyes anAd look
twico to believe such altogether smart
garments wero ever Intended to touch
the water. The nets, the volles, the
Swisses, and con the linens, have thit
mystcrlous something called chic In
their make-up that gives them entree
I whercvcr the one-piece silk dress may
,Skirts Overlap Waists and Vice Versa
Th1e treatment of the waistline is
oeic of the most important features of
tle frocks that the big stores are
0howing us. Invariably, the skirt
ecmiltes u p and finshcs with a heading
',Ihe girdle, or the waist extends into
a reitPlum and covers tle skirt. This
I overla:ping of waist and skirt offers
a wecm reie from miliore pronotune
ed j )n:- and is in itself' a trimitming
On (of te New Figured Voiles inl ani
.crfte:-ncm' Drvss, 11ithi a Smuart
. N1tin al Vitt] I:dJimnese Parasol.
i here ar. s!. its with slightly rais
ad win'ies ad plainl inchl-and-a-hal1f
I xda'n; eors; wAh wide girdles be
0w t' Ce Ieading, and, again, the skirt
k red or corded. with the heading
extendng a)ore. The peplums, too,
are fP reaicd Itt different ways. many
ti w e new normtal walst
line. ut1 there are still a few with
:rall waitlines. Usually, with the
pep!uml ieila, tie waist has a vest,
leaving (.n open spaice itn the pelumtt
I'1 froc~t. At th waistline, tere are
douo lines of shtirring, a erushtedi
ghdIe, a bel t o. thte mterital, or' (1ne
o; the nie a ta ney helts of ptatentI lea th
etr antd wite :id..
It has been said, and with~ truth, that
ii. i.; a veiie season. As in silk, tat'
let a jis the iavoredl weave, so ini watsht
tait eriatl.; \oie predtto~ltmates. The
10cc::e, Crto;:;,-meshi 1lends itself read ily3
toi the (uait. styles of thte 1915 sea
::cGn. Whtole windows of the large
'1 stire: are given up to frocks of voile;
the~c .\ ventu throngs with Itpeople whto
waear it, antd the tesser' stores Ottn the
side ;trIccLts (ontibute their share to
it.; ro:mtiar'it in exclutsive models fot'
a ch~osen fewv of Newv York's secet so
Onem mIlt~ (of utnulsual nuetit is a
.;'a lheny in pink and white, stanintg
on 1-0 spaci ous; thlird floor of an Ave
tu' ::tore. i'Te pin1k is a delicate sal
itu' 51had1, iprinted in bars antd ett
hi: ,idereid int big coitn (lots in ever'y
.ourth i squiareC. 'lThis ma tetial is tused
'ar the waist cut surtplicee fashtion, and
for thet skirt tat comes itp over thte
waist withI a hteadinig, while thte col
!a:' and cuffs are whtite voile, edged
nItht a Idlnlig of thle pink and wvhite.
Poce(ts ai Featuret' int 3isses' Skis.
Ii' misses' skirts are propetrly pock
eted, thtey are stmart thtis seauon. In
dICed, pocket s int their newly-foutnd
toptularity have otutgrown skirts andi
extend~ itnto straps on the bells andl
evett Into stuspendetrs on Pte bloutse.
Th'ey atrc real pockets, conveniently
plaed.( squtarely over PIto hip, that a
girl can pttt her hands into and swag
getr down the street like htet' big broth
er-pockets that ate big enotugh to
hold the ktniekknacks of thte handlbag,
and last, bitt not thte least itmportant,
pretty enoutgh in shape to trim the
Trhey appear otn thte rough-and-ready
cotton gabardine. Thetre &re :,Omto
chiarmIing mnodels in soft blute an11( r'Ose
linens, with sutspendler pockets; spor'ts
skirts of cordutroy have pophets that
button over the belt-big,.T'oomy af
fairu..i..t the sides that will- be the
IAVE THEIR DAY
pride and joy of some girl's life.
Midsummer Hats of Satin.
Satin hats are an innovation of the
ni!dseason. Large shapes are favored
in these, and trimmings are uniqcte and
original. A broad-brimned white sa
tin has a flat bow inserted in slits in
the front of the crown; a black satin
has white velvet birds pasted flat on
the crown, and still another white
satin has a crown of wool made in
four sections, each section ebmroider
ed in a different color. The last sug
gosts the cap of the jocky set dpwn on
the top of a satin hat, with coloring
cven more brilliant.
It. Couldn't lie Dlone.
Semebody said that it couldn't be (lone,
But he with a chuckle replied:
That "maybe it couldn't," but lie would
Who wouldn't say so till he'd tried.
So he buckled right in, witih a trace of
On lk face. If he worried, he hild it.
Ile startled to sing, a hie tackled (lhe
That couldn't he done--and he did
Somebhody scoffed: "Oh, you'I never
At least no one ever lhasi donlel it:
lBht he took ott his coat and lie too;
off his li t,
And (ithe first thing we knev lie'd
With a lift of his chin and a L.t (
Without any doubting or <qu!d(1iP.
lie started to sing as ie tlack(l I
That couldn't be doie-and he did it.
There arc thousands who'll tell you It
can not he doiie,
There are thousands who prophes.'
There arie thou sanI ds to poilt onut 1;
you, one by one,
The dangers that wait to assail you
Dut just buckle in with 1 a bit of :I -ri.
Then take off your coat and ,o to it
J1ust start in to sing as you a( kie t.e
That "e!an not he done"--anl you'1
-Edgar A. Guest.
* MADDEN NEWI'S.
Madden, July 19".--The drowth lk
with us agaiii, but as tis is the stitv
of affairs every year at this time, it
seems that we ought to get. u1s( to it.
Ai'. and .\Mrs. Siim pson ailey and
their bright litteil girls, were the week
end visitors of lier mother, Mrs. II. C.
Miiss Annlo Lee Irysoni of Green
vilIe, arived F'riday' foi' a wecek's vli dt
to lier eouin, MIiss I douiisoe ) 1)eans
MIrs. I da Mosele1 y, afteor varius andl
5sundry'3 adventutres, arr-ivedl in a ear
late Satuiirday, four heri kiniswomeon. Mes- 4
dIamie~ Allisont TIeagiie an M11Nart in, whoii
accompihuled her to her' home iiear
('rr-n K-ey s foi' a weeks' v'isi t. She
wais ireatlyv indebted for the hlping
band of MIr. ttlia Yi n~ arbioroughi, the
ge'nhl Iand1( k lin-eartfdi Ca hir of' 1h'
Cross Anehoi' bank, who bielord her
whieni lier iar gav'i outi. She was load
in hera Praises of finding a goodf s0
muaritan, ini the town of t'ross An(-bor.7
Mi'. Allen I'owe'rs was the week cnd
guest of the family of his uncle, .1. Hi.
Mrs. Jane Culhertson speiit Saturii
day' with lier son, .1. l)ennits Cuihertson
and famlily, a1ni Sundilay shie an .\llrN .
and Mlrts. TI. S. L an est on wr e thle
ghest s of NI\i'. and Mrs-. l100 Culbert -
by Mliss Kate Wonfford, assisted by- N
Az.ile, had its first meeting at the home
of NIri. an Mr1 I s.\ . Woffor'd. Tihe
young mem beis werme out in fiul 11feor'(
anud t heir tongules ke pt tine to tlheir
nieles as busy fingers were einegged -j
hI u'oilent sewing, The nex~t mieet -
lng willI be held wvithi the Misses P'rof-4
The yonung gti'ls aire to meet at thle
ehui'eb eairly Friday mnorning to clean
tip thle cliihi for the protracted meet
lng which begins the fourth Saturday -$
Cake and cream woic ser'ved by the 4
Missos fIndgens of Edgefleld andl
Ropp of Gray Court. are hero on a vIsit
at the home of their' aunt, Mr's. Coira
MIlss Ethel Toague, a graduate nurm'o :
oif Washing ton, OD. C,,'sipent a few dlays
wIth her mother, Mi'. Molltie Tongue. Tei
She was called away before her- visit ter
was finished, to be with lher' brother,.
John,~ Te-ague, who was operated on in' al
a hi. pital at Birmingham. Miss Tongue daii
wvill pond the nummer with her' sist~r, of
Mi's. 6h les Roberson of Birminghuam.
She w~aj accompanied by 1..r niece, Mr
Ella Tfejgue.- who has been In school Yapi
at Alexindria, Va,, for the past nine,3
Bi 1earance Sale
Saturday, July 31st.
We are detcrmir.cd to rmake the Three Last Days
The Thrce "1lG DAYS" of the Sale, wherd Prices
will be made to mov the Goods. Summer Goods
Must Go. You Knowvi Vhy.
You havet X - a d sale advertisements dur
ing the t two weekc wIherin prices were quoted.
Somea of2 ?h ar*i ha b:en exhausted and some
rema:;. Th:: at. a:c er; i and many more not yet
emefl hTa~Q been. Lced on the "Cut-to-the-Bone"
list and vi*R be r c t2 ?o gct thcn- off the shelf.
We do o cany Rdhe over.
Thusda Frda anid Saturday.
T3H.KSTO OF NEW THINGS"
SAL VI INICHOL S
Editor Andcrzon Frners Tribune:
We, the Pcle of the Fom th Congressional District, who vote *
on the 16(j dy of Aau-o1 u:u for a man to represent us in the lower *
Houe of Reprs. lnt ativcs crd v I. we h ave plenty of men in
thiis race iwho are a!Aie toceprrt t0i:. Ei.trict, I do not believe
there is a b rpoor mat & fr:e11d in de1 race than lon. Samuel *
J. Nicholls, and m a [;fyt C r1 nan rI-C .!f and have worked 12
years in ihe coitcr ini . f ' 'a, I - ppeal to the cotton mill W
boys to s* rde Phs Ni.i!: en .. 10 h day of August. Go to *
the polL, boy, nd vt for l for he is our friend and the .
frind of t far ttd I"' . tC:e po pl .e of the Fcurth District, and"
mak m1vo yI C"'I "U e1 6' Co eY
mark my word, if wYe ed Saa to CoGrc;s lie will put our dis
trict on the man T'>a lo :-od for a creat victory in my sec
tion and 'Aay A A c'. frc . placc to place. My brother .
laboripg rn, vo .0 :or y.ur X., Jo e A by the man that stands
by you, quit vote 'r. : I tc ls rr.d you will soon see the +
VIM L. MOORE,
z: n ut y, Honea Path, Rt. 5*'
nlth- chkinbvg henda and nasaing conpl- jfriends of Mrs. Graham will be sorry to
,n;. EllA IHudgens of Inoxiule, mieni's wih your IsbI0on correcpond- loarn that ste k
1ln., PJpont i fev days with her ,hi Pnt. Mrs, Marq, Alpi on ad. I e jit
Mrs. Mlollie alfan ,ton recenly.1 AnI in nlt Child of r.ir ad Mirs. Ora Powers, .W 'ro callord* 'eCtitly on
Irs. J. A. WofforrI was one of er. ].n I .nLht wan buirld In Prospect Mis Oliff 06 t n 44, d dughtsf
guests that1 flpenlt a very 11leason-ryrda monung1;
oil Tuca(y at the hoi)ltahle home cad:et .o:n w. woffo, i o with OrPtgaig m e p,
Mr. and Mris. G. Ii. nobo. . fle Goy ln thoir encmfunpnont on the Mrsinim(Reeeok d4 tpi Jes
hlil writer Is under obuiga4lorn) to iI.e of P mq!"as Jily 20, f tM i , o the
a. Go. Brown for some11 Very I'ne Ms 1990l Dav por'6 ,wasaalpd tog r t
)Ios which were greatli onjoyed. I'et week, to tho bodh41do of her; sstoV, J i
'Ve INMd tbo PlotvUre -cTetIl ot N I OrCJ1AWt VU01 I~j' ''