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TIIE MEDINA SENTINEL, FJUDAY, AUGUST 7,1S14.
Bright Linings, Colored Girdles
and Odd Stockings Accent Costume
How few women realize the econ
omy of a wisely planned wardrobe.
Instead, they allow themselves to pur.
chase each garment in a hap-hazard
manner. This is the cause of more
worries, more failures and more
heartaches than women realize.
A woman usually receives but little
preparation to fit her for managing a
home. She takes It for granted that
because her mother did it, and her
grandmother did it, that she,; also, will
be able to do it when the time
comes 1 This same lack of forethought
extends to a woman s wardrobe.
Clothes she must have, and pretty
ones and she buys regardless
whether or no, a thing is suited
her Darticular style or figure. Some
A Striking Dress with Basque Waist
and Long Tunic Skirt
special occasion arises which requires
a gown, lacking in her wardrobe.
Thereupon she rushes from shop to
shop, finally buying (as her time is
limited) something which costs more
than she intended. The dress has to
be altered; this again depletes her
pocket book, and as a finale she re
alizes that the hastily bought, has
tily altered gown, did fairly well for
the affair for which she bought it,
but. it i too elaborate for some oc
casions, too perishable for economy,
and last but not least, that it does not
suit her style.
Another insidious, deceitful ' and
crafty enemy to the proper wardrobe,
and to that feeling of well being
which is associated with being smart
ly and suitably gowned, is the unwise
' use of the bargain counter.
' Its temptations are responsible for
many an ill-chosen outfit. Money that
should be saved for some really good
thing is spent on something which is
cheap, but has no value in the specific
wardrobe. It may be a collar which
is worth 50 cents and you get it for
35, but you have no dress with which
to wear it; it may be a belt that is not
appropriate or a pair of shoes the
-wrong color, or an array of conspic
' ttcus stockings when the frocks and
shoes to suit are lacking. Colors,
fabrics, and accessories are constant
ly changing, and the temptation of
getting something for little or noth
ing is a feminine, characteristic much
catered to by the wily storekeeper
wishing to get rid of his stock.
In other, and shorter words, system
and thought must be applied to the
wardrobe. The few absolutely nec
essary clothes, suited to the occasions
which your position in life calls for,
are all that the well-dressed woman's
wardrobe should contain; then, when
the styles change, you are not forced
, to wsar out-of-date frocks.
In every gathering of well-dressed
women, mingling freely, unobtrusive
ly, with coy gravity, among the loose
kimono styles, is the basque of 1880.
Not quite so tight to be sure, but
with seamed and fitted back, and but
tcr.fr. j snc;ly down the front Wine
colored poplin is used for the attract
ive model illustrated with collars and
effs of white sato. The back 1$ fit.
ted, but the fronts are unseamed ex
cept under the arm. The lower line
of the waist conservatively long, fit
ting closely over a skirt with a snug
fitting long tunic. The pleated lower
section of the skirt gives ample ful
ness. To finish the smart stand-away
collar is a narrow, black moire
ribbon tie, with flowing ends. The
arge hat in sailor effect is well
suited to the costume with which it
is worn, and accents the trimly
picturesque effect of the costume.
The day-time dresses are oftenso
low cut that the,y seem most incon
sistent to those brought up to the
idea that decollete gowns should not
be worn until after six o'clock, any
more than a man's dress suit should
be worn before then. But the ways
of arriving at these low neck dresses
are like observing the letter of the
law. The satin slip is cut very low,
but is worn with a long sleeved bo
dice of lace or maline, thin and trans
parent, which is cut high enough,
however, to cover the collar bone.
Although color is conspicuous in the
sash, stockings and hat of. the tennis
costume, in the lining of the cape
coat, or in the development of the
embroidered afternoon dress, there is
no more striking costume than the
all-white gown, worn with a white
hat, white shoes, white gloves and
even white veil.
The long straight tunic has taken
a prominent place with the over
waists and long-waists, in taffeta.sat-
in, lace and net. The second illus
tration shows a late summer dress of
white taffeta and Margot lace with
craquele net top. This net is made
of fine thread in an irregular mesh,
which reminds one of the crackle on
old porcelain or Chinese pottery, and
is extremely good in the net top laces
so' extremely fashionable this season.
The yoke to this dress Is of the Mar
got lace with the sleeves of the plain
craquele net. A wide pleated fkice
of Margot edged craquele 'net is
attached to a taffeta yoK. The over
waist is of taffeta .nd has extended
fronts whiiie in the back like the
sash enus of a child's old-fashioned
pinaf ore. The under skirt is also of
ta'ffeta. A cunning little toque en
tirely covered with flowers and hav
ing a white wing standing saucily up
right, in the front, gives a touch of
imperious charm to the costume..
Black or white, and black and white
are worn considerably by the smart
est dressed women. In fact, the late
summer proves to have a growing
fondness for the magpie colors.
Looking up and down Fifth Avenue
one sees a dotting of black and white
with just enough color thrown in to
add spice to an othrwise monotony of
color.
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Mtrgot Lace Edging Craquele) Net is
Used to Develop this Charming Frock
Wide cruhed girdles, buttoning up
the back or front, give the basque ef
fect to a dress, and are decidedly the
rage. In silk, or in the same cloth as
the dress, tlxy art effective. As an
addition to an old dress which needs
a new touch to bring , it up-to-date
they, are excellent A straight wide
belt of moire is an excellent addition
to your white frock of crepe or of
organdy. '.
As a last addition to the Gummer
clothes are white silk stockings with
sprays of flowers painted on the front,
extending up five or six inches from
the instep. In wild roses, pink or
yellow, these are dainty to wear with
white pumps and sheer organdy or
net dresses.
One of the secrets of being well
dressed in the hot summer weather is
to be always immaculate. With a
freshly launrered frock, white shoes
and a becoming hat the day may be
faced with equanimity whether it
brings weal or woe.
A U TOM B I L E S
We are in position to offer you
exceptional values in used cars,
many of which are modern.
New arrivals every day. Watch
our stock. If you prefer any
Special make, let us find it for
you.
THE AKRON AUTO GARAGE
COMPANY
22 E. Bushtel. . 230 S. Main
AKRON. OHIO 46tf
DR. KUICHIN
AT THE
American rouse
Friday, Aug. 141
SEE HIM! SEE HIS PATIENTS! THEN
IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED
DO NOT TAKE TREATMENT r
He has been vuitbg your county fot
seventeen yean
DB. KUTCHDf, Ex. V. 8. Surgeon
Graduate of two of the leading . medical
college!. Studied abroad. Eight yean of
college and university training. Twenty-flv
years experience in the treatment ol
CHRONIO DISEASES, 07 MEN . AND
WOMEN.
PRACTICE LIMITED
To Chronic affections of the 1TTNOS.
HEAD, NOSE, IHSOAT, EAES, BEON-
vtuAU xu.BB, ai catarrn, consumption
(early stages), Bronchitis, Asthma, etc.
STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, aa Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Billlousness, Constipation,
Diarrhoea.
BLOOD, BEAST, SK3K, as Kheamatlsm,
Eciems, Pimples, Blood Poison, Scrofula,
Bad Blood, etc.
NERVE, SPINE, BBAIN. as Epilepsy, Fits,
Nenralgia, Headache, Sleeplessness, Dizziness,
nervous i-inauition, Despondency, .Loss ol
Memory, etc.
KIDNEYS, BLADDER, PBOSTATE, as
Diabetes, Bright' Disease, Inflammation of
Kidneys and Bladder, ete.
PILES, BECIAL DISEASES and VABI
OOCELE, treated without use of knife or de
tention from business.
NO MATTER WHAT THE DISEASE, IP
IT IS CHBONIO, OBSOUBE OB DIPFI
CULT, YOU ABE INVITED TO CALL OB
WBIIE REGARDING IT.
FREE EYE EXAMINATION
Tour sight is too preeious to be trifled
with. Defective vision is often caused by
disease.
HOME TREATMENT FOR WOMEN
The remarkable success of Dr. Kutchin's
Home Treatment for Women is attested to
by hundreds of satisfied patients. It saves
many suffering women from dangerous opera
tions. Astonishing Besults. Many cases pro
nonunced hopeless have yielded readily
Women suffering from any disease or weak
ness peculiar to their sex are invited to
call or write.
MFN Dr-' Kutchln wants s private,
us aw iv heart-to-heart talk or correspond
ence with every man who is weiV. turriwi.
broken down, discouraged, or suffering from
any disease causea oy ignorance, excesses,
contagion, incompetent treatment or neglect.
Success or failure in life depends on your
physical and mental condition. .Do not put
off a matter of such vital importance. DO
SOMETHING NOW. Consultation and ad
vice free.
WHY CONSULT DR. KUTCHIN?
HE HAS MADB reiular visits to this eom.
mnnity for nearly seventeen yean and has
established a permanent practice and repu
tation.
HIS PRACTICE IS TJVTTRIi f a OirnnU
Diseases, and he has spent practically all his
life In the study and treatment of them.
HIS SPECIALTY! To devise and furnish
at a low cost successful courses of home
treatment for thoee who have no time or
money to SDend at eznensiva hoaaltala an
sanitariums.
HE IS IN THE PRIME Or XJPE and at
bis very best for good work.
HIS PRACTICE CONSISTS mainly ef rare
and difficult . eases having failed to secure
satisfaction elsewhere.
AT LEAST THBEB-POTJRTHS of his pa
tients sre sent to him by former patrons.
IP BE THINKS he cannot benefit 70a be
will say so.
DR. XuTCHZN'S BEST references ire his
many frienda and patients, the result ef
seventeen rears practice in this community.
KEKIZMZEK
THAT DR. KUTCHIN INVITES searching
investigation or bis work and methods of
treatment. And that he charres ABSO
LUTELY NOTHING FOB CONSULTATION
AND EXAMINATION. Your ease will re
eelve his best attention. Everything eonfl
dentlal. ,
HIS CHARGES are so fair and reasonable
that the poonst working man or woman need
not hesitate to apply for treatment,
ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO
DR. KUTCHIN
128 WILSON AVE. COLUMBUS,
After a hearty meal, take Doan's
Regulets and assist your bowles and
stomach. Regulets are a mild laza
tive. 25c at all stores.
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LOYALTY: Let loyalty and char
acter be the test of f randan then
we are safe and ours can be known as
a real christian Nation. Truly,
Loyalist.
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.Bill ot f are tor
Chantawiiia
lliis entire entertainment menu may be ordered for $2.00 if purchased
from the local committee while the supply of season tickets lasts :
Band Music Drama Oratory Recife's
Operatic Selections Maic Sermons String Music
Impersonations Monologues Indian Tales
Lectures on Literary Topics Mind Reading Solos and Quartets
Community Talks Burlesques ; Story Hours
- Comedy . Playground Work Sketches Athletics
A Pleasant -Week With Your Friends
Can You Beat It? All for $2.00.
IMIIIIIH ,
Why not make Chautauqua Week a Home Coming event?
Invite your relatives and friends to visit you during the Red, jftth Chautauqua.
Ask them to join you in the enjoyment of seven big d ft of inspiration,
fellowship, popular education and entertainment.
Make the big tent your headquarters during the Chautauqua "lome-Cormng.
Sta-.flBSESSS!!
A Campaign of Falsehood has been made
against me. The following mis-statements
have been made, by word of mouth and in the
press:
(1.) A little over a year ago, Congressman Bathrick called a
caucus against President Wilson to defeat the tariff. .
(2.) Bathrick's proposed farm credit bill brought severe cen
sure from the leaders of Congress and the President.
(3.) Bathrick fought against free sugar.
(4.) The Administration threatened to take Bathrick's patron
age away from him.
(5.) Bathrick was disloyal to the party; unfaithful to his cam
paign pledges.
I warn the people theseistate
ments issued by Martin L.
Davey are not in any sense
true.
SIGNED:
E. It. BATHRICK
Satisfaction
IS A BIG PART OF THIS EARTHLY
EXIST ANCE. "
WE'LL HELP YOU SO FAR AS
NICE-FITTING, WELL-APPEARING
LAUNDRY GOE&t-AND THAT
IS A LOT, TOO. JUST LOOK US
UP IN THE DIRECTORY. WE'LL
DO THE REST.
The
Medina Laundry
PHONE 2RS9 OR 1099
OMldron Ory
FOR FLETCHER'S
CAS TO R I A
Home-Coming Wee
Fr Ftrss Acd Village Preperty
See Donaldson
60 acre fan.i; good 8-room, 2-story
house; fair barn; on C. S. & C. Electric
line; in Brunswick Township; fertile
soil, well-watered, some timber; just
the home for some business man in
Cleveland. Price reasonable.
No. 67 - A 20 acre farm, cheap ;
about 18 miles from Cleveland Citv
limits. See
Donaldson
At once.
OMldron Ory
IXa FLETCHER'S
OAST.OPJ'A
week
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BRIDGE NOTICE
Notice is hereby given of the in
tention of the Board of Commission
ers of Medina County, to erect a
masonry 'tructure for a highway
bridge on the east and west center
road, known as the Liverpool bridge,
in Liverpool Town-hip, the cost of
which will be in excess of $1,000.00.
That the board will hear all peti
tions for. and remonstrances against
said Improvement on the 17th day of
August, A. D. 1914, at lVclock P. M.,
Central Standard time. ' i
Board of County- Commlssioriers.
L. F Garver Auditor. .
NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Board of Commissioners of Me
dina County, Ohio, at their office in
the Court House, Medina, Ohio, until
1:00 o'clock P. M., Central Standard
time, on
MONDAY, AUGUST 17,1914,
and opened immediately thereafter
for the furnishing of all machinery,
appliances and labor, for the building
complete of a masonry structure for
a highway bridge on the east and west
center road, known as the Liverpool
bridge, in Liverpool township, Medina
County, and according to 'the plans
and specifications on file in the Audit
or s office of said county.
All proposals must be made on
blanks which will be furnished free of
cost by the County Surveyor and shall
be sealed and . addressed to the Board
of County Commissioners of Medina
County, Ohio, with a pertinent des-,
cription of the work bid on, indorsed
on the envelope.
Each bid must be rismeA tv ffca full
name of every person interested there
in and must be accompanied by a
certified check for the sum of three
hundred dollars, ($300.00) on some
reputable bank in Medina County pay
able to the County Treasurer for the
oenent oi Medina Uounty, in the event
that Such bidder neerWt
within five days to enter into a writ
ten contract witn said board to per
form said work or furnish the mater
ial according to the forma nf hi a hi A .
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and give a legal bond therefor to the
sausiaction of the board In the event
that his bid is accepted.
The Board of County Commission
ers reserve the right to reject any or
all bids.
Bv order of fl Pnard nf ritmmto.
sioners. . '
L. P. Garver, .
Auditor of Medina County.
Everybody' friena Dr. Th'omaa
Eclectic Oil, the great household rem
edy for toothache, ear-ache, sore
throat, cuts bruises, scalds. Sold at
all drug stores, at 25 and 50c.
WANTED - ;
All the wool In Northern Ohio at
the Western Reserve Garage, Medina,
O., but do not expect to get it When
you come to Medina, bring it along.
Highest market price paid. W. E.
Bowman and R. O. Bowman, phone
1300 or 1280. 33tf.
If you want dean hands-
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