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IK r I? if" MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Jiiw ill hum HWmi .. . ;1 Friday, November I, M . t..am i r iiiiminMiiiiraimmiMvMniiiiiiiminiMiMimmiM nun iiiiiiiit iiiii iiiiin mi huh mini mi i nil it i minimi i i i n mm !. m mil I r 1 ii ii imini mi r i mi i iiir in i'sj ismssu --JI- ZZ-JiLl--j' 1 tMMMMMyMMMMiMll oaee MALTA BEND Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Guthrcy were ahopplng In MatBhill iut Monday S. B. Jeter ww tran-astl ig bui ncco In MarrhaU. hsi Monday. MU Nad n3 Dcnnl.iJ ipsnt Sat urdiy and Sunday with Miss Mao MtCormick at Salt Spring, from there she went to Marshall Mon day and spent tho day with friends Walter Lunbosk was a victor at the county neat Saturday. Miss Myrl Biosser came homo from Lexington Sunday morning for a several days visit with her home folka. Mlaa EVrard of Marshall spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Wm.! RoseU. I Charles Lcathcrman, wlfo and children cam up from St Louts Saturday evening to visit Mr. Lsa thcrman'a parents, Hov, and Mrs. Lcathcrman. Thy roiu nid heme Sunday morning. Mrs. Potto and ton, Cyo Payne, of 'Lexington spent "Sunday here with relattvcs. Stcvo Fraxoo, wife and i'au nl'r Joo Dcskard and. wl!e and MrJ. J. M. Iluff of Kanns City wont to Miami Saturday to visit relitlvcs and friends. Mr. and Mre. Evorott Fulton went to Fayetto last Friday to vis It Prof, and Mrs. Monscei. Quito a largo .number from here attended, the rally at Marshall Sat urday. - Messrs. Emmot and Jaspjr Colo went to Wellington List Saturday In their auto and spent ths night with J. J. Whecldon. Mr. Wheel don accompanied them homo Sun day. Charlie Fulton and wife and. Mlsi Mary Drown and Myron Hlosscr went to Leo's Summit Saturday In Mr. Fulton'a auto to vlilt Floyd Cox and faml'.y. 'ihsy rctu nolto their homo Sumlay evening. Mrs. Clara Bloncr entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mr. Qaul dln of Stanhope and Mr. and Mrs. Peechor of Marshall. Miss Qolda Mahan wan n Mar shall visitor last Wednesday. ' ARROW ROCK E. L'. Green and wlfo of Parsons, Kansas nre visiting at tho homo of .his .parent, Mr. and Mrs.Leland Oreen. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sponce after a slkort visit with relatives in Col umbia returned home tho first of tho week. Will Beazloy and Ralph Shorn well wore transacting business at Llttlo Rock Thursday afternoon. Misses Jane and Bird. Craig of the county wore shopping In town Wednesday. Mrs. J. 8. IToggo and little eon, Dick, are visiting thli weak near Qulncy, Ill.,iwlth her mother, Mrs. Schnur. W. R. Hubbard and. wlfo made a business trip to Kansas City Thurs dy. Mesdamos O. P. Martin,, S. O. Scott and iBarL Martin and. family made an 'auto trip to Marshall Thursday afternoon. The floating theater boat made Its feat (trip down of .this season Friday and entertained, quite . a . , crorttfd. with the ptay In the heart of Kentucky., Mr. Orel rad family of Cooper passed through, town Saturday af ternoon lnithelr nice Auburn auto.' Mrs. McAllWr and llttlo daugh ter w!ho attended tho floating theater Friday night and were guetA of Mra. Partee Bingham re turned to their home in Nelson BufKaWy" ip Mm. Kd, Moehle and children of WVrly arrived Saturday and wilt vW .her, parent Mr. and. Mrs; D; . La,wlee. 3 - ; Miss "Lee Lawless 'returned to ' Mt Leonard. Sunday safter'' spend legVthe week-end with honiafolks. Mr. and'MraVCiute aadi jMr;; Kim met of NeWon .werts Sunday guests, it tfce. home ;of Gihcoa ctt. 1 Kev. Snap Wed hi i reenter sip- . ptatment at t'Method church A Sun day ' t -Jli W. H. Kdward -ww ek V;cj4' gueat of .her on, Iwrence ast' iaiNiUy el-Marshall. "" ' iiWtm-tM daugh' .were. e'i.ll?Y'- 1In. 7 Utile Stories for Wdmen About Qolhs3Nb" ' What Makes a Style Stylish? SBlBBVSBBBaQvBBlBBVta life i " " " ii mi) MU By whose authority is a style made stylish? Whence come those decrees by which this novelty in dress .declared fashionable, and that merely a freak? Who is it who decides for you, each season, whether your hat shall be large or small, your jacket long or short, your sleeves tight or full, your general effect curving or slender? 'It is the "Voice of Fashion" but who gives it form and UMos-ncc? And where did it get the power that makes half the won.cn of the civilized world listen and obey? ft 5- X Fashion was born in Rome, but she moved to Paris something like a thousand years ago and has since made her home there. She is today a littl.i group of perhaps twenty men and women, of whom 6omc, like Poirct, Paquin, Worth, Drccoll and the Callots nre 6tylc creators, and the rc6t arc social or fashion, leaders. The latter could not design a gown to save their livct but their approval of a style makes it fashionable. Anything.thnt this little oligarchy produces and approves id accepted by other lesiqners and becomes a world-wide fashion. There arc other important centers of style production. London h one; Cleveland, Ohio, is another in tailored garments it dominatc3 America as New York leads in dressmaking. Fashion has her vit.c-rcgcnts also in Vienna and in Berlin. But it is from Paris thct she rules the world. It follows that the best designers outside Paris are thoec who keep closest in touch with Paris and get her laws, her ideas, her novelties and her inspiration quickest and freshest. The styles produced by such designers arc never experiments, never " freaks," never doubtful. They arc authoritative because they arc inspired by authority itself. ft ft The leading American concern making tailored garments for women recognized this truth years ago. They proceeded at once to make Paris as much a part of their designing department as poosible. To this end they established in Paris itself a permanent Fashion Bureau, headed by a woman who was herself a fashion authority. It is the duty of this Bureau to find out what the fashion-kingi arc going to do; to get advance information of coming style changes; to note tendencies of dress and to pick up the novel idea that are born in Pari3 every day. It coats these makers $50,000 a year to get their stylet right. But became they arc right because women find them to be accurate reflections of Fashion itself; because they arc distinctive, exclusive, authoritative and beautiful they have become the standard for this country and they have enabled their makers to build the largest and finest tailoring plant in the world. These makers arc The H. Black Company, of Cleveland. The woman who heads that Paris Fashion Bureau is Madame Savarie. The label in the garments produced under this policy is WOOLTEX, and we sell them, No woman who has not examined Wooltex garments can Imagine the difference between them and the ordinary run of evco the better makes of ready-tailored clothes. For example, sec these, among other styles shown here to-morrow : New Fall Wooltex Suits $25.00 to $40.00 THAT . SELLS WOOLTEX 1 v Nmniffl UMifflnnffl mum ' iff?