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TheOantral Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13 1919.
FOR AFTERNOON WEAR ALL WEAR VELVI tooooootrn. Classified Column RATES: & An afternoon gown of brown eharw mtuto and georgette, beaded and tt ttl trimmed. i SHOULD MATCH CAMISOLE Newer Type of Blouta Affords Ugly Discrepancy Between Waist and Skirt Section. ; Is anything HRlIrr ttinn the trans parent peplum blouse worn with o light camisole tir corset oner? It was line) eunuch wllll tlu oU tlnie blouse that ended at the I II Hue, tiut when tlip newer t"' f blouse Is worn thus thorp I un ncly discrepancy be tween tin' wult Section and tlif skirt section if 'In" bbue. Of course, where tin front and back panel of tin blouse are of some heav ier iniilcrlnl the effect In quite eintln factory. Hut when georgette or rlilf foii U usl tlit'ii ou really needs n ilnrk camisole. It ! not always easy to buy these, although they are tn tie linil In liuvjr blue, one or two shades of tirown. green nml Hie other uiio1 suit shades. Hut they are not dllll cult to make, unci )nti should hao olio or two to bo with ecry autt. Foft satin of some sort Is a good se lection for the fabric although crcpo de rhino I 11N0 good. They ran to flnl'tuil nt the top with machine hem stitching, such n 5 "ii ouii have done nt n lr'uinktTV supply store, and tho shoulder straps limy either l inarto of ribbon to match or some of the fuhrlc llnlslod with n nnrrow hem stitching of the mum- sort. Needless to my. tiny should be ndjustcj so Unit none of the lighter lingerie uppcurs nbote the (lurk camisole. THE HUB Push in Brothers. DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. Material Also Popular for the Small Girl. SPRING MILLINERY OPENING Fridav) and Saturday, Vlarch 1415 - All tne Season's NewestJFashlons. Tailored and Dress Hats Millinery Novelties ancTMIsses'iand Children's Hats. Enters Largely Into Conitruetlon of Best Frocks aa Well aa Garments for School Wear. Everyone wears velvet this wlntor. Thl means that tho nmnll girl la i cither entirely or imrllnlly elvet j rolipil during the majority of her wltlp-nwnke hours. Velvet Is not used ' to (IpvpIop evening frocks for tho vpry I young, lint It enters very largely Into I the construction of many best or "Sun- tlay" frocks, as well as Into thp gar input designed for school wpnr. The dross made entirely of velvet Is usu nlly very picturesque nml distin guished, Willi whltp collnr nnd cuffs mid often n wide snh of rutin In self or contrasting color. For school or senlco wpnr a velvet skirt mny lie nc conipanled liy n blouse of crepe de chine or satin, or n sleeveless velveteen Mouse mny be worn over u pluln or plnld frock of serviceable wool mate rial. The sketch shows n smart little frock for n girl of six or eight years, combining n onp-plcco dress of plnld scree In red and black with n square rut, hip-length cont of black velct or velveteen, finished nt the neck with a rufflo of white organlde or georgette. The sleeves of the Jacket are cut short mulish to show n few Inches of the plnld sleeve. The enp to be worn with this outfit may match either dress proper or Jacket, or n combination of the two mnterlnls may be employed. A great deal of attention Is being paid to clothes for children this win ter, and It Is Interesting to observe the exactness with which the ward robe of the well-dressed crown-up Is copied In miniature for the child. Sleeveless nnd low-necked under slips of pule colored silks and satin NO EXCUSE FOR UGLY HATS Advance Headgear Models Show Vari ety From Which Most Fastidious Can Do 8ulted. There should be tin excuse for n woman selecting an ugly or uubccom-( Ing hat this seniion. Judging from tho variety of attractive advance models, on tlew. The milliners seem to have I it km thought fur every femliilno type. There are turbans high and low, flar ing and mi mm, tall-crowned, narrow lirlmtntHl lints Imr-rrtm-m! ttrnnil l.rlniim-l huts, models turned mi nt tlm Honduras Attractive, front, ut the back or at the side, pokes' w'"' 11 lpuhltlon e.illmated nt fU,. i.inl Irlcornes. and mining them all any I' ami area nppmxlinnlely equal woman should be able to llnd the ik. ' 111111 "f IVnnjlvaiila. Honduras Ins lKIi that particularly suits her. I alminlaiit room for development. It There Is a pronounced us0 of fl-1 " Iroploil climate with few : the rlcs mch as tulle, georgette civpe nnd '' '""aduinlnnes The Interior Ii satin, nnd In matter of trimmings mountainous mid snlulirlous, with ror feiithers have taken on nmnilng ; !,''"'l'1' rich land Millable for direr forms, whllo llowers are often eon-' '"'' farming nnd fruit growing, while untlonnl to the point of penerslly.' " "'' remainder, ecn the deep Krults, particularly of the extremely 1 mountain slope. Is ued for pasturf.se. liatunil Mirlety, lire umoug the trim-' . tilings which lire looked upon with In-' How yvind Travels ereaKlng favor, and the more enliven- w, dlcusslg"ll.e wind tlonal ornameiitao ribbons, wings and u. .,,, ostrich tips are ulwaja la the back- nXfU a,iim ,lw ,H.r groUDU, ... ,. ..i,,.,,. -ui (ll tn mil..) !rr Also showing several hundred of the smartest new Spring Suits, Capes, Dol mans, Street and Afternoon Dresses, Queen Quality Shoes, Etc. Come! you Arc Cordially Invited. Foliage, whrat-ears In various col ors, fringe, cords mid tuasels, em broidered Jet, bended ornaments, pins nnd buckles nil play their part In tlm ninarliig arlvty of decoration which Is used ho sparingly on too Individual Jmt. WING AND BIRO TRIMMINGS hours, and a great hurricane SO to luu miles per hour. The eloclly of the earth on Its own uxls exceeds. It Is be lieved. 1,0110 mites mi hour. The veloc ity of the earth around the sun Is calculated to be (10,1100 miles per hour, and the velocity of the moon to b miles per hour. Decorations for Headgear Are Simple and Effective, Adding Attractive nesp to Hats. Among the trimmings of utmost sim plicity undoubtedly moro effect Is gained by the daring sweep of wings or quills than can be achieved In any other manner. A lilfti-crowucd, nar row brown atruw hut lias amall crisp wings snuggling close to tho brim, hut IKdutlug out ut either side. 1-oiig. slender wings sweep from tho hack of a satin and straw toque; two short, flaring wings with fan-shaped edge spring from one aide ot a small, round turban of coarse straw. A black bird spreads Its wings over plnched up bsret of red iuIIbd, and a amall, high-crowned gray straw la topped by little overlapping gray wings laid close on the side of tb crown and softened by burnt ostrich flue. Coat of yelour d lalat ar tar Whre the Trouble Is. If wp eannol agree with our present co-workers or nelghliors, mnklng n (liunge will In no way help to mend matters. It Is almovt n certainty that we shall find the new folks Just like the persons we left behind us, as fur as Indifference mid lueomlderutlou are concerned. Tho trouble Is with our selves, nnd until we realize It and innko an ultempt to change our own unfortunate temperaments we will not be bnppy unywhere. Canning. The French were the tlrst people to I reserve fruits and vegetables. This was a way bark In 1810. The French government offered n prlie for the best method of storing foods during the winter months, nnd among the so lution was the canning proms. merlca luvented the fruit Jar and brought the canulng Industry to be one of the largest and most Important In the world, running Into billions of 1 'ollnra annually. The Movlt. Tailff. HitrnM was tobl to urn over und see .Unit the price were for n special picture showing at the Movies that evening. When be enme back he said: "It's 11 cents for children and IT rents for the overgrown." Strength of Cone and Oak. A very small bone, only one square millimeter .01,V square Inch In di ameter, will hold .'CI pounds In su' pul sion without breaking, while u piety of the best oak of the sar.ie thickness will hold up only '.1' pounds, 1 Zi : s Dress. , for girls us young as four years are shown, to be worn under little party frocks of net and other sheer fabrics. lliind-embroldered silk pajanins and silk nightgowns are iil-n developed for these very little people. This scheme of dressing has Its advan tages, too. It Is a real education In the art of being well dressed, started at the right time. DIMITY AND DOTTED SWISS r i "ir I!) I!) I ! V' I Buy Your Ford Car NOW I i i I! I I i Touring $525.00 Roadster $500.00 Sedan $775.00 Coupelet $650.00 Truck Chassis $550.00 Above Prices F. O. B. Detroit liaselden Brothers 1 I I 1 I I , Fabric Used for Blouses Which Give , Most Pleating Effect Handker. I chief Linens Used. Dimity nnd dotted Mvlss blouses lire made up In smartly tailored waists which button up to the chin and have long sleeves and tight-tilting cuffs, bo many women like this sort of wnlt for morning weur and for sports that It Is it delight to find It In these two such cool und friU materials. Tho organdie waist, which was brought out some seasons ngo, never really caught on, though It was uttrnc- I me In the rntuvr vivid shades of blue, rose and canary. The organdie being so transparent, though so delightfully Crisp, It looked particularly refreshing. Ulouses made of It seemed practically two, as the smoothest filling und most perfect of linings only underneath J could be permitted. It Is the handkerchief linens which I have supplanted these transparent beauties, und the Iriien lends nil the i charm of color which the crisp organ dies presented. Many of the white linen waists have touches of color, as for Instance lu one smart model which has three stripes of color, one below the other mid on each shoulder, these funning u sort of yoke. Very narrow frills finish the little yoke at the shoulders und trim the shallow, round collar and small cuffs. $ Single Insertions lc n word j J No ad taken for less tbnn 20c $ i in this column. No nds in this J $ column chnrgcil. $ f Seven Insertions for the 5 price of five. J U' Phono orders mujt be paid S promptly. " 5 - ' JKOCXa5iJCTK5fXKH)Cg KM itXHiOOt FOR SALE; A Ford runabout In good condition, sec C. M. Thompson, nt the Natl.u al Bank. il-l-tf. FOR SALE: 31 head COO pou.ld Stock cattle. R. K. Swope, 3-C-2t-pd. Bryantsvlllc Ky. FOR SALE: Buff Plymouth Rock eggs. 7oc per setting of 10 apt. "Wrs. Jack Adai'S d-fSt Lancaster, Ky Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red Roosters for rnle. Phone SSZ-x. Mrs. Woods Walker. I I Smock for Girls. The pretty little cotton smocks and frocks worn by Mis Eight-Year-Old are made smart with cross-stltchlng or something In brightly contrasting wool. Pale green cotton crepe, de chine, for example, Is trimmed with stitches of rose wool. All kinds ot wool dresses have oriental effects done la coarse stitches on the pocjtets, collars or sash end. Wool embroidery many time ornament the frock, about tne neck, as a aubstltat far taa vWM etlte , , Old Rugs, Carpets nnd Clothing make beautiful NEW RUGS. Call phone 397. Miss Fannie Bishop. 13-7t. FOR SALE: One team of good four year old horse mules. 3-13-it-pd. Ollie E.tcs. FOR SALE: Some nice Barred Plymouth Rock Cockrels nnd hens. B. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. J. JI. Mctcnlf, Surveyer, 25 years experience. Blue prints turntsncd. All calls answered promptly. Phone 185, Stanford, Ky. 2-13-tf. EGCS FOR SALEi Very fine strain of Huff Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 for 13. Mrs. Mary Doty, Phone 47-J. Bryantsville Exchange. 3-I3-4t-pd. FOR SALE A lot uf baled bay, will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Call on R. W. Palmer, Mike Burnside or J. W. Elmore. 2-27-tf. S. C. Rhode Island Reds, Choice Strain. Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. Mrs. E. W. Perkins. Star Route, Lancaster, ky. Phone 40-J Bryantsville Exchange. 2-27-lt. Listen, I have my Emery grinder installed nnd I am now ready to grind your plow points at any time. Gen eral repair work of all kinds done and horse shoeing a specialty. Come one and nil. A. II. Vanliuss, Crab Orchard Street, nt the J. F. Estes Stand 2-27-3t-pd. For Sale Good white oak Lumber in stock. Virgin timber. Bills cut on short notice. Carter nnd Pitts, l-30-7t. Carterville, Ky. Dr. Weber At Richmond. On Monday und Thursday of each week Dr. J. V, Weber will uc found in his olficc of the Oldham Building nt Richmond. AH other .layj lis can ii found t his oil Ice in the Dunn House at otmiford 3-li-nt. Notice. All persons having claims cgninst the estate of the late Levi Petid'cton, will present same to the undersigned by April 1st, properly proven. These indebted to said estate arc requested to settle tnmo at once. GnrrnrJ Bank and Trust Co., 3-G-2t. Administrator. Notice. All persons indebted to the estate of the late Mrs. Mary Jane Simpson, will please call and settle same. Thine having clalmk against said estate v.ill present same properly proven by ."? 1st. Garrtrd Btink and Trust Co., 3-C2t. Administrator. FARM FOR SALE. 45 acres of good sand-stone land, with good 4room house and a new 4 acre Tobacco barn, located 4 miles from Lancaster. 20 ucres ot tills land will raise tobacco. Terms $1500. cash, nnd balance payable $500. per year. Possession January 1st, 1920, or will give immediate possession und transfer this years tenant contract. 3-0-2t. G. C. Walker. CREAM SHIPPERS Of Garrard County. Why ship your cream to a city when we pay you more, by several cents on the pound and pay the ex press too. It you are a cream ship per, write us or send your cream and your can will go back to you the next day. We paid CO cents for the en tire month of January to our patrons, but you didn't get that much. Look at your report and see. Stanford Creamery Co. (adv) Stanford, Ky.