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The Medina sentinel. [volume] (Medina, Ohio) 1888-1961, October 23, 1914, SAMPLE COPY, Image 2

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We have received our fall car load of BUFFETS and China Closets;
the assortment could not be better. We have them in all the woods
and finishes. T ogether with our prices, its worth your time to look.
All furniture cheerfully shown at all times.
Think this over, a buffet in quartered oak, colonial foot and stan
dard, French bevel mirror, our price $16.00. Our showing of
BUFFETS at present time is 25 different styles 25. We have in
this same car load China Closets ranging in price from $14.00 to
$35.00, oval and square. A look at our stock together with prices
are convincing.
All our furniture is delivered free by our wagons. A guarantee of
safe delivery. '
Tulle, Lace and Glittering
Sequins Combine Happiiy
In suits, both long and short coats
are shown in a wide variety. Russian
lines are among the most favored.
Long coats of broad cloth are worn
over skirts of velvet, satin, duvetyne
ten fur. The thick skm 01 tne iur
makes it dye very successfully and
the result is that we see it made to
imitate many things except itself.
A Smart Combination of Net and
" Velvet ' '; : - ,i
with fur, fur cuffs and often a band
of fur around the hem.
Most of the suits and costumes are
made of velvet broadcloth, broadtail
cloth, duvetyne, serge and garbardine,
while combinations of satin and faille,
velvet and fur-cloth are theseason's
favored characteristics.
The full ripple skirt is seen in
many attractive models, the ripple
being caused by tiie circular cut of
the skirt This skirt is very short and
full at the hem but closes at the hips.
The full circular skirts and models,
in whch box and side pleats are in
troduced, are becoming popular.
The hip-length suit coat is observed
m several clever styles, and is often
nnisned at the lower edge with a
broad band of fur. Various types of
long coats show a fulness at the hips,
and, over all, hovers a suggestion of
militarism which will probably mater
ialize later.
lhe redingote and moyen age
styles, so clos-ly allied in design, are
to be seen developed in various com'
binations of materials. Forinstance, a
model with a redingote of taupe-colored
broadcloth had sleeves and the
foundation skirt of self-toned benga
line. The redingote neck, sleeves and
hem were trimmed with bandings of
sable fur. Another combination which
was stunning was of brown carcual
cloth and satin.
Tulle, lace and chiffon play an im
portant part in the development of
evening dresses and are well adapted
to the various tunics which are worn
over skirts of satin and silk. The cuir
ass, the moyen age, and the redingote
styles are all shown in tulle, Chantilly
lace, or elaborate jet embroideries
combined with satin.
The all-b'ack evening gown is hav
ing a great vogue in all the newest
styles, for the softlaces and clinging
satins and silks, in which it is devel
oped are vastly more becoming than
when the suffer styles held sway.
P.nne and chiffon velvet may be
had in all the newest shades of col
orings, conch-shell pink, oil blue and
sea green, are successful when used
for evening gowns of pronounced sim
plicity. ,
The furs or tne season are rich and
regal, and conform to the styles in a
manner which evidences the new art
of the furrier. The sleeves are large
and at the hands were fulled into a
cuff of the fur. At the back was a
'cape which rippled. I lifted it, to see
II underneath the cape the wrap was
of fur, and found it merely had a wide
band of fur around the bottom at
tached to a foundation of lining.
Caracul and broadcloth are favorite
furs for coats and are trimmed with
fox, dyed fitch, skunk and a- new fur
which is called "kit fox." A novelty
and broadcloth. These have collars,
iigh at the back of the neck, trimmed fur is squirrel, dyed to look like kit-
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and close fitting. and has box-pleated
rucne oi velvet, iinea wnn ruoc-cui-ored
satin, around it. The neck-piece
is a hoic tileated ruche of the velvet,
also lined with rose-colored satin, arid
the muff is rather baggy in the center
and has a box pleated ruche of the
velvet at the openings for the hand.
MonKey iur IS navmg peraapa me
greatest vogue of all furs tor trim
mine. It is used as fringe around the
bottom of tunics, around the bottoms
of waists, on hats, where it is also
used to cover the entire crown of a
hat, looking quite like a head of black
hair where the crown of a hat should
be. It is used upon light and dark
materials, upon velvet and broad, or
lace and chiffon impartially.
In one illustration is shown a oress
of blue charmeuse with a tunic -of
ecru net having a margot edge in gold
thread. At the bottom this tunic is
finished with a fringe of monkey fur.
At the shoulder is a bright red rose.
Where the moven aee or basque ef
fect is not used in the designing of a
gown, the wide girdle is added to give
the effect of the basque. The dress
the first illustration, shows the effect
iveness of this girdle. The waist is
made of net and has a cape at the
back of heavy lace which is also used
for the hieh collar, wired to flare at
the correct angle. The tunic, also of
net. has a wide band of velvet around
its lower edge. The skirt is of velvet
as is the wide eirdle.
This wide girdle Is a feature which
will interest many women who are
trying to think of some way to rejuv
enate a last winter's dress. Made in
silk to match or of mildly -contrasting
color it will successfully give the re
quired up-to-date touch.
The Bhort dresses nave orougnt out
a new shoe in Paris and will no doubt
do something of the kind here. It is
high almost like a boot and fastens
at the inner side of the ankle with a
lacing which follows a straight line to
the top of the boot.
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.cream when butter is high. Bring in
the old ones. I make a liberal allow-
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tach them to your gasoline ' engine;
Phone or write, E. T. PIERCE, Medi-
Ohio. . : -7-4
by local applications, as they- cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cureMeafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by inflamed . con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eu
stachian Tube. When this tube Is en-
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, nd when It is en
tirely eioseci, ueainBesa iu ine rmmi,
and unless the inflamation can be tak
en out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be des
troyed forever: nine cases out of -ten
are caused by Catarrh, which Is noth
ing but an inflamed condition oi me
mucous Burraces. ,
We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
Catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clrcu-
l&,rs fr
F. J. CHENEL & CO., Toledo 0.
Sold by Druggists, 7fic.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
"s FOR RENT 4-room house with all
modern conveniences. Ready ' after
Nov. 20. 132 W. Washington street
Mrs. Triffit -- ; . 7tf -
Acidents will happen, but the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Eclectic oil for such emergencies. Two
sizes, 25 and 50c .at all stores, adv.'
A Frock of Metal Lace and Charmeuse
Having a Fringe of Monkey Fur on
the Tunic
Quite the latest share in muffs is
the melon-shaped muff. It is cut in
melon like pieces and has a frill all
around the opening of cilk or velvet.
This shaped muff is usually made of
a short-haired fur, like chinchilla, kol
insky, or mink.
Besides fur, fur-cloth, plu-h and
velvet are used for sets of muff and
neckpiece and perhaps a hat A
charming set for the young girl is
made of velvet. The toque is small
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
to me by the probate court of Medina
County, in the matter of the estate of
Roney Kemp, deceased, and for the pur
pose of paying the debts of said dece
t'ent. I will sell at pubic sale, upon the
premises, on Saturday, November 14,
1914, at 3 o'clock p. m., eastern stand
ard time, the following described prem
ises: , ..
Situated in the township of York,
County of Medina, and State of Ohio
and located in lots 7 and 8 in Tract
Number 5, and being more particular
ly known as lots number 23 and 24 ac
cording to the plat of Abbeyville Vil
lage, located in the north-east part of
said township: said parcels containing
one and one-ninth acres of land.
Said premises consist of a dwelling
hoiif , barn end lots, nnd ar nprtrolcert
Rt M3R.00 ""A can not De B0I' TtT leM
than two-thirds of the appratsmeiyt.
The terms of sale are to be cash.
JESSIE WITTER. Administratrix of
the estate of RONEY KEMP, deceased,
By J. W. SEYMOUR, her attorney. 7-4
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Tor Infants and Children.
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