The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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$5 $6 57 & *8 SHOES M! #
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Afternoon and Evening Garments
Black and White; Made Up In
Black velvet Is one of the accepted
luuterlals for afternoon and evening
dresses. While It is always good dur-
ing every winter season, this year it
Is better than ever, and of all the col-
lections shown by the smart dress-
makers there Is a preponderance of
black velvet, made up In many orig-
inal ways. There Is not a great deal
of trimming added, for the trimming
Is honored to the extent of holding
the floor by Itself. But the fabric
Is handled in such a way that la It-
self It manages to take the place of
both foundation material and decora-
tion, too. And many of the gowns
made from it are positively beautiful
in their expression.
Particularly lovely are dinner gown'
In black velvet, for they have a seml-
forinal appearance which Is most at-
tractive, and they are even better
than the full evening dresses, for they
can afford to have a great deal more
trimming and to be fuller and more
graceful In line—that Is graceful with
reference to the quality of the fabric.
Black velvet is also extremelj good
for evening coats and Is trimmed with
the pultiest and most sumptuous of
furs, bo that the whole wrap takes on
that luxurious qnallty so to be de-
sired for evening wear.
White velvet is also one of tne
favorite materials for evening, nnd
sometimes these two are combined In
a most effective manner. A frock of
Keearrieii. 0-Yr.. Ark. SH-Arre Oil l.eu>r*
OXFORD GRAY TRELAINE WRAP
Peeaim, lluliblti. Poultry. 1'uikn. Turkeya
In demand. Try a shipment to A. A tujlon
Commla'n Co . St. Louis. Reference your bant
little loose Jacket of the white that
Is embroidered with threads of black
and gray and silver In a lacy pattern
around the edges of the little coat.
There Is a fringe of white to make a
finish and the costume succeeds In
being the most effective of Its sort.
The wide sleeves are fated In white
and tht> gown manages, chiefly by
reaRon of Its contrast, to create a dis-
tinctly picturesque appearance.
KEEPING WELL MEANS
A CONSTANT FIGHT
Many dlseaaee may be described as a catarrhal condition. Coughs.
catarrh, stomach ai-d bowel diaordera are Juat a lew of tha very common uls flu to
fight It I right catarrh with a remedy of assured merit, a remedy which haj a
reputation for uaelulmaa extending over half m century—
■ ..DR. HARTMAN'G— t
LONG, FULL CIRCULAR SKIRT
| Tablet* or LlQUld
do you snip*
. New York Paya Top Notch Price®
I M) per cent of four fun are iold in New lor*
I recardleM af where yoa ahjp
I Cot Out the U M V
1 SHIP DIRECT TO HERSHOVITS
THE WORLD IS OUR OtTTLKT -MAKK IT YlH R3 .
WRITS l)KtiENl) A I'OSf CARD TODA*
For the geogruphy lesson the young
teacher had selected Iceland as the
topic to be discussed and always be-
ing eager to make the lessons as In-
teresting as possible had dwelt for a
considerable time on the customs,
habits and dress of the Eskimos. The
class showed its interest by the eager
questions that were asked.
At the,rear of the room sat a very
quiet and thoughtful little girl, who,
so far, had not ventured to ask any
questions. But now she raised her
"Yes, Tessie?" queried the young
teacher smiling encouragingly on the
"Please. Miss Brown," timidly In-
quired Tessle, "do the Eskimos make
our Eskimo pie?"
WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND
For many years druggists have watched
with much interest the remarkable record
maintained bv Dr. Kilmer s Swamp Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder medi-
It a physician's prescription.
Swamp Root is a strengthening medi-
cine. It helps the kidneys, liver ami blad-
der do the work nature intended thejr
Swamp-Root has stood the test of years.
It is sold by ail druggists on its merit and
it should help >ou. No other kidney medi-
ciue has so many friends.
Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start
treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test this
gre.u preparart.< n send ten cents to I>r.
K r <£. Co., Btsfbfcinton, N. \ for
«ai ie bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Advertisement.
Piles Can 5e Cured
(Itching, Blind, bleeding or Protruding)
Many sufferers have been made very happy
over the results obtained from the use of
PAZO OINTMENT—60c at any Drug Store.
(Follow the Directions Carefully.)
Sign 011 fruit stand: "People must
take their skins home."—Boston Tran-
A Good Plan.
Jones—"1 never know what to do
with my week-end." Bones—"Why not
keep your hat on It"—American Boy.
This Jeune fille frock In mouse-col-
ored satin canton has a long, full cir-
cular skirt and a flare around the
NECKWEAR NOW IN LIMELIGHT
Berthas and Guimpes or Varied Mod-
els to Suit the Tastes of
After a prolonged period of collar-
less frocks, fashion Is calling neck-
wear into play again. Berthas that
open In back or front or are closed
entirely, Berthas that are wide
enough to be called capes or narrow
enough to be called collars. Berthas
of net or batiste or linen, plain, em-
broidered or lace-trimmed, are in or-
der. Guimpes of net are gathered
into a close necktand, given a lace-
trlmmed flat collar and three rows of
narrow Insertion down the center. |
The round collar and t.ie twi piece
collar that flts the Jenny neckline are
both In the reckoning and there are
a few rever sets. Occasionally there
are frilly pieces but the majority of
the new neckwear, although It may be
as ornate as lace and embroidery can
make It, has a tailored aspect and
It Is all very dainty and wearable.
SAY "BAYER" when you buy. Insistl
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are
not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by
physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions for
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists.
Aaptnn Is the'trade mark of Baj< r Manufacture of MoDoacetlcacldester of SaUcyllcacld
Heavy Oxford gray is used to de-
velop this smart wrap. Black and white
Capes to Match Gown.
Ever so many of the new evening
dresses Rre shown with velvet or bro-
caded capes to match the gown. A
copper colored dress, elaborately
Such Was the Mode.
Mrs.—"This evening gown puts me
right In the mode." Mr.—"Yes, and
verv nearly right In the nude."
velop this smart wrap. olacK ana wn , ^ Indo.Chlno design, has
Cire braid, finished with an embrold- worked n a colored
ery of red and white trims collar, cape a wide nem oi i ii
and cuff, Silk surfaced trelaine In cloth thickly padded The^ame pad.
white, edged with the same embrold- ( ding, whlct ,vhlch Is of the cor>-
ery motif done in red and black. Is appears on a cape whlch is of the cop-
used for the lining. I Por cloth.
"My Linen skirts are awf'ly short
Now 1 don't think that's wrong,
And Mama says that Faultless Starch,
Will make them wear quite long."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIUA. that fnnu<u« "Id remedy
for lofants and children, and see that It
In lTse for Over 30 Year;
Children Crv for Fletcher's Castoria
CHIC FUR TRIMMINGS ARE LIKED
Many a girl who look* like a peach
Is a lemon In disguise.
There is nothing more satisfactory
after a day of hard work than a line
full of snowy white clothes. For such
results use Bed Cross Ball Blue.—Ad-
A cat lias nine lives, and a differ-
ent voice for each one.
Refreshes fieary Eyes
When Your Eyci feci Dull
And Heavy, un Mxnv. lc In-
-Miku them Clear, (Sr-cnc and
Sparklin*. Ha rat In*. Sold ar.4
liftcommfaded by All DrufgUte.
Peltry Affords One of the Most Inter-
esting of Decorative Develop-
ments of the Season.
The fur trimmings are perhaps the
most Interesting of the decorative de-
velopments of the season, asserts a
fashion authority in the New York
Times. On all of the new frocks, we
find bits of fur making their appear-
unce in the most unexpected direc-
tions. There are little fur belts; there
are big and little fur ornaments.
There are fur buttons and fur edges,
and all of them are managed In the
most original manner. But they es-
tablish the fact that a little trimming
of fur is almost a necessity on the
There Is something stimulating about
the newer uses of fur, for they are
rather more beautiful than they are
rich and sumptuous. Of course, these
scattered trimmings of fur have noth-
ing to do with the warmth of the occa-
sion, but they give that wintry charac-
ter to the frock and the look that la
| unmistakably of a season when the
| dresses at least make some attempt
| to keep the cold air away from the
| body. There Is a good deal of com-
plaint among some male members of
i the population because the dresses
that ladles wear make no attempt to
! protect them ffom the cold, but these
! new trimmings are at least a sop to
| those who are suffering from any
grouch of the sort and once a dress
looks warm why then It does not much
matter whether It -eally lives uj> to
that standard or not. Suffice It to say
that there are plenty of warm cover-
i tngs for dresses which are a little
! lacking In that respect, and that,
! often, the thinner dresses carry with
them a very much better and more
Very few flowers are noticed on the
early winter hats, but much metal em-
broidery, ribbon and all types of feath-
ers are aeen.
Wonderful Stockjlaising Country
Vast stretches of undeveloped fertile aKricultural land of
the highest productiveness await the settler in Western
Canada. The land possesys the same character of soil as
that which has produced the high quality of cersals th.it
have carried off the world's premier honors so many tunes
in the past ten years.
Native Grasses are
Rich and Abundant
Cattle fatten upon them without any grain being fed.
. Limited capital on high-priced lands is not a success, neither
can the tenant burdened with hi^h rents hope to succecd.
v The place to overcome these is in Western Canada
where land u cheap where a home may be made at low
\ cost, and where dairying, mixed /arming and stock•
raising give an assured profit.
Land mav be purchased from the Railway Companies
or from responsible land companies or from private
owners. Free homestead of 160 seres each areto
■\\ be had in the more remote districts.
^\vv\ . For illoatrated literature, mapa de«<rrip-
V\ r ' ' / / of fftrm opportunities :n Manitoba.
JTiy ft}7 Saskatchewan. A b*rta and British Lo-
iamzua.rsducad raiiway rat4 ,ete.,wnu
F. H. HEWITT
2012 Main Street
Kansas City. Mo.
AirtbeHtsd Aaant. I s*.ef ImmU
Ctien and Cok,nt«atlon.
minion of Csneda. _
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1922, newspaper, December 14, 1922; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107599/m1/2/: accessed July 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.