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OOIOSTON LADIES WVATOH1
HAT OF MIS. WILSON
First Lady of lanid Iteturns From
Paris ,Weaing ('reation of E Ieque.
No woman coublr rettirnt from iParis
wit'thout at least oic new and strik
ing acquisition In tile way of femilnine
apparel anild certainly thle wife of a
presideit could hardly * resist the
teilptatiol to intriodtce a fashion
novelty with ile promise of its prov
inir to be the season's drawinlg card.
So when ls. Wilson stelped ashoe
at lostoni 11e other day, 11pon the
president ial party's return from
Fr:ne, every e(ye that beloged to a
iiember of her own sex followe(d her
as far as the st rikiig color of her new
Pavi s hra hi d ho seen. And every
bolY wonlered .st J how to classify tlhe
color. It wai new, st range. irresisti
bly beocomiing and stirred Ihe hearts
of onlo(khers witi a desire to halve onie
exactly like it.
The ser"t of Ile color Was revi'ealed
y ''st'erday when 'Charles C. KunrzIa1in
of Fifth Avenue arrived onl board the
lHochalbeaul, after several mllonthus inl
Paris, selietiig dl resses. hats and
coats. And many of these Irresistible
creations are of the color for which
Mirs. Wilson Is sponsor over here. It's
name is eveque. and the very word
Con:Ires ui) t onos of ecclosiastical
brilliance. which have not often been
seen in the fashionable Fifth Avenue
throng, b-ht which will generously
sprinkle the great Easter parade.
According to N1r. Kurzman eveqluIe
will le the favorite hat coloring for
some time. There have been forerin
ners of this bright head 1wear in the
frim little turbans of iriist color. heline
-1nd41 various other shades vergitng on
purple. red and orange, hut Mirs. Wil
son has by cleverness or intilition
selected tie onie that wil ot-rival
alving disposed for the tlime beieng
of this hlt in parlicuilar. 'Mr. Kurz
man spoke of the Louiis XV styles.
which lie says will prevail this sea
son. and thi hecaie inthliusiasi c
ahut th 1iiv quant iti's of ribbollns and
flowers which will adorn the springi
anild S1u tumer lits.
"i1 i-l ayer than' ivtr." ht' -a id.
rs. Wi1sun 'Will itdul i dly cu :i I
Extends a H
Coats and Wraps of
developed along stra
quite in vogue.
The models with
and flaring backs, son'
are to all extents recei
Developed in Serg
and other Novelty 'A
and1 collars, some in b
The narrow silho
nlew Dresses, and1 emb
fulness which will not
mations of admiration
Cunning little pu
the lovlijest little sashe
them. Materials mc
serges, tricotines, geor
colors are simply chan
the fashions In Anerlea this season
for she has excellent taste. I am nol
surprised that the Bostonians liket
her costumes and were especially In
terested In her eveque colored hat."
As to when he will display Ill.
eve'que tieasures, Mr. Kurzman wa
noncommital. But he says that New
York will get a thrill when It I
placed on view. 111. Hence Is creat
ing a funrore in Paris twith her dresses
(cordling to the importer who brough
over several of her models.-Ncv
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* OAKVILLE NEWS.
Oakville, \larch 17.---Ownhg to tlh(
epidemic an1d qiuarantine this winteti
Ie social features have been ott Ilh
wanie. Now withi sprintg netini'ig nd
eve ryon e feel inttg vell, the visiitng
parties are startinig again. Crocletinp
.1nd gen eral gossip, it erspersed witl
ipliais for t lie IPene (Gardein" are lak
ilg the (day.
On last Friday afternoon fth liomuc
Penionstration club met at the school
house and enjoyed a treat in hearing
.liss Ilarris on "Foods". She gave
some every-day menis for differet
seasons. Also what she had to say
about fhe "School Lunch", its prepara
tion and packing was .beneficial to
most of us. Miss larris demonstrated
the making of mayonnaise dressing
and served it. We ill enjoyed the so
cial time atforded by this little iteet
The G irls Tomato Club seems to be
eithusiastie. Soeit of the girls re
Port line -laits already growing. The
weather has not been very conducive
to muich gardenhig so far. We house
keepers are gettiig restless because
there is notlihing growinig to cook.
Our teachers will sooni annioulee a
play to be giveni at (he "teiiliple of
learnin g" by local talent. They will
deserve lots of 'redit for th. lir never
lailing entergy land for bringing it
thlrough-1 maniffold dliflicultil.s. We anl
ticipa1te .1n vnleritainfing evenling".
Dr. W. Y'. .\cDanliel. of (;rveenville ,
wa; visitinW at thle 11o thoi of I his
Mahr \r. .1. It. NAeDanie'l I'm% a fewv
1:1.s aist week.
WV I r~
epartment of 0
>es and Wraps
the Cape or Dolman Type,
ight lines and drapes are
loose flowing lines, straight
e belted in front sections,
ving the greatest amount
e, Trc ie Wool Velours
'eaves, contrasting linings
"aided effects are exceed
;ses for Spring
uette also dominates the
odies with them a youth
fail to bring forth excla
frings, drapes, pleats, and
3 and bows adorn many of
st favored are taffetas,
gettes, satins, etc., and the
'Misses Wolff, Abrams and Vivia
lcDaniel and Messrs.- W. F. ani Er
I est McDaniel were dinner guests o
Mr-1s. Lurania 31 (Daniel Sunday. Tho
dinner and guie:s iwere In honor o
M r. Gerald Mel:iel who is at ho01m<
for a few days from Clemson 'College
Mr. iwis ltnly, who was at 1101114
on a furlough A.:111ince received hi:
discharge and is now at ho.. per
ma nently. lie was located in (th
L merchant marine corps and has in
teresting and instructive stories to re
late of what he saw and heard.
'Aliss 1heniie Latimer, who lias coil
pleted the cotirse at Draughon's busi
ness college in G;.eenville, -Is at hom
for a short time prior to beginninij
h'le community will be Iohnorel It
lie preseie of Capt. W. It. Miliy
of Lau11rels, at tle school house Fri
day evenling at 7::30 o'clock. Capt
lRicley is a clinI 111g slpeaker and ha!
man1y iitIcresting thlings to tell of h.
stay in Vrance. Riemember the date
Feriday evenini tg at 7::10, March 21st
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* )IADDEN NE'S.
Aladden, March 17.-The (late re
minds me that corn planting time is
here. Far.ers are beginning to throw
up terrac.- A few have ventured to
run up .s ks, wet though it be. A
few days f good plowing 'weather
aid work -:Ill begin in earnest.
Mrs. Lena Brown was reported ex
ceediing low last Wednesday morning.
Hier children and sisters were called
to her bedside. Ilowever, she rallied
and Is now thought to be better, we
are glad to report.
Prospect Stinlday school hopes to be
able to observe Missiolary day o1 the
.5tl iIundillay. A special prograi iwIll
be relidered by the children .
M1rs. Ida loseley, of Cross Keys,
Mirs. Viola G1intry, of Owinigs, am
.\Miss larionl Illrowi, of Winlhrolp Col
lege, are hei witl .Mrs. 1'rown.
W.. Ind wgeis and family spenm
Sui nday with I the ir old nieiglhbors, .\lr.
.\liss Grace l-'illey spent SI1uday
wit~ h .li.,s .11w WaI Iker . .\ AIr. and .\ s.
for You to Visit
ur Store is Radi
An extensive display of
every new style of the seas
popular for early spring wvet
number of large shapes too,
are featuring curious breaks
of new development that gi
uality over those of former
fHats of various new s
"Famous Dre,w Shoes f
the period of natiomal stress
has been the proudly perf'orl
turer and the distributors to
ernent in every manner.
means the continued assurar
the women of this country.
Spring, as always, are style
and made honestly. You wi
dlence and wear them with d
Ilogan Walker were the other guestE
for the day at the hospitable Walkei
Mrs. J. A. Wofford had a pleasani
day recently at the home of Mr. and
'Mrs. Thad Aloore. A letter from Mr
Pierce Moore was received the sait
day. His friends will be intereste(
to know that Pierce Is now in Ger
inany with the army of occup)atlon.
Aliss Alattle Sue Wofford and broth.
er, Guns, high school students, had I
pleasant and Interesting tri) recenltl3
to the glass factory at 'Laurens, Fri,
The friends of Veteran J. I. Flnle3
twill be glad to know thatl he is not to(
yollng to wield an axe. Last Thursda
we met at the mail box. "Ah! ha", hi
greetd Ime, "if youl had heard tha
axe singing about anl hor ago yoII'<
iake back w'hat you told the Advertis
er readers." I gladly make tile cor.
reoctioll. Will power and energy cat
acoiplish great things, even cl1eanin
I it w groun11d and clitting cord wor(
.and he has both.
Dr. 0.- W. Cuninglhanm of tile Unil
versity of Texas, Is well and I busy, l1
friedfs will be glad to know. lie is tc
read a Paper before the Westerni
I'lillsophical Society in Iowa Olty,
GET SLOAN'S FOR
YOUR PAIN RELIEF
You don't have to rub It in
to get quick, comfort
Once you've tried i on that stiff
sore muscle, sci ic pain, rheu.
matic twinge, lame ek, you'll find
a warm, soothing r lief you never
thought a liniment ould produce.
Won't stain the skin, leaves fti muss,
wastes no time in fappilying, sure to
give quick results. - large bottle
means economy. Your own or any
other drug ist has it. Get it today.
30c, 60e and $1.20.
Their Display <
antly Fresh witi
ers every day.
Ladies' Hats, embodying
on. The small hat is very
Lr; of course, there are any
Some of the small shapes
and angles in all manner
yes them a distinct individ
byles for the children in
3 FOR WQMEN4
>r Wome ".4emerge from
with~dal ed triumphs. It
ned'duty of the manufac
co-operate with the Gov
['he Drew Shoe trade mark
ce of good shoe service to
The new Drew Shoes for
(1 correctly, priced fairly
i select them with confi- ~
Iowa, early in April. .Ho will possibly u
be accompanied by Mrs. Cunninghan. Colds Cause Grip and influeuza
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dryson dined LAXATIVEB DROMO QUININETablete removethe
with IRev. and Mrs. J. R. W'iiam ~ Icause. Thero is only one "Bromo Quinne."
thR .ad l A is. E. W. GROVE'S slgnature oo box. 30.
D0 U R D AUTV PROTECT
THEM WITH SOME MO'NEY
There are facts in this life that we must face, and
the time to face them is now.%
You can put /Alittle at a time into our bank and
add a little, and alittle, and soon have the satisfaction
of knowing that/ our "brood" is protected from pov
erty; which is tfle worst-disease of all.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
tf New Fashions this Wee.
ad itte Spr n d ,lit Goo dsonhaveare stsato
ofkoiThatNew "broig proteces rmpv
Sut; which season woisa e lo all.arwn
Welosaydeeed cn picuously.mintest.aln
Makeayril OUR fublows TOR bak. o
N.ge Bore wIL, residn and ohr ROERaCshi
>efarc N eem Fason sc althrs Weekor
rayits this easonsillette and ow nd
elosy hreefin nspcuuserns of atnigmdl. An
esary iciols anofrialyonvt. The prieso
wilI please you.
~ew Silks, Wool and Wash Goods are Here
In Gorgeous Abundance
.lathered here in all their glory are the beautiful
lovelty and staple materials for Spring and Sum
ner. The assortments know no bounds other
han those imposed by Fashion. The materials
hemselves have been subjected to unusual tests,
~nd we can vouch for the goodness of their quali
- South Carolina