Harmon County Tribune (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919 Page: 3 of 9
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THE HARMON COUNTY TRIBUNE
A Child Can Give It
Better buy a 60c bot-
tle and never need it,
as to need it and not
have it and lose a $300
horse o* mule.
Use B. A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy
t More Eggs — Raise Healthier Chicks
^ Sst to l-au-n.. Great
B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy
A Tenlc, SaVer ™4
"Saves the Bacon"
A Tonic, Laxative,
Worm ExpeUer and
: Your Hog Powder •!"*>•* performed miM it ha.
cured acreral ewe. ^ wcre yoZ,*. W. H. Hereon, Warren, Ark
OLD KtNTUCItr H*NUr/>CTimiNO CO. - MDIICAH. KT.
In Princess Gown
Favored Frock Not Affected by
Downfall of Royalty.
Wotnen Cling to Some Version of This
Type of Dress—New Eve-
The general downfall of royalty
*eems to have affected not one whit
the princess frock. Always there are
women of fashion who cling to some
version of this type of dress. This
year there are quite a few New York
"My hair in '-otuiug oul dreadfully.
I*> you know of aoy way to prevent
"No; y'Mi ought to have thought of
Uiut before you got married"—San
rrand ro Chronicle.
Ha W nM Is • Haaltbr CUM
All children trouble* with worm* here an
■Bholt br cole*. which l 4t* t« poor
• nl u • rule, there la mor or leee Kometb
dUtu/beri" « e> ' ta i*l e« 'bill
SOLD FOE BO YEARS
Ala* a Fl«« Canaral
"Cbolly Woggles regard* himself as
"The poor fish!"
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh la a local dla«a e greatly Influ-
ence'! by constitutional conditions. It
therefore lequlrea conatltutlonal .treat-
ment HALL'S CATARRH MEDICIN*
li taken Internally and acta through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of thei Bye-
tem HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
dMtroya the foundation of the dlaeaae.
atlent strength by improving
■1 eo regularly for two or three weeke win j(Vee the patient strength by Improving
enrich the blood, improve ibe dlreetloB. and general health and aaalata nature in
set M a tienera• St ren*thenln« Tonic to_th« <i0|ng |U work. >100.00 for an/
wboie Nature will then throw off or
dtapel the worma. an<l the Child will be In per
fact beatih pleaaaol to take. ♦« per bottle.
RECORD OF LEVIATHAN
Monster Tranaport Carried Many
Thousands of 8oldiers to
The giant transport Leviathan, fol-
lowing Iht ariivul In New York har-
bor with Oen. Pershing nnd troops of
the First division, brought to a close
her Important service In helping win
the war. The big ship, after being
refitted for passenger service, Is to Iw
turned back to the United States ship-
ping bonrd, the agency which seized
It when the United Htutes entered tin
wnr. While the future of the ship
1h uncertain. It Is reported that she
will be assigned to American passen
*g«r trade between New York and
Liverpool, with possible extension In
the future of a service to Hamburg.
The Leviathan, formerly the Vater
land, the second largest ship In the
world, was Interned In New York by
the Germans In 1014. She was "wil-
fully damaged" to the extent of more
Hutu $1,000,000. After being recon-
ditioned by American engineers, she
wiih assigned as a transport, and
during and since the war inude 19
round trips on the Atlantic, carrying
n total of 185,000 soldiers, of whom
96,321 were curried overseas through
submarine Infested seas. She was al-
ways a murk for U-boats, but her
speed and the armament with which
■he was equipped saved her.
Catarrh that HALL'S
MEDICINE fatla to cure
THEY TURNED AWAY DAZEDLY
Young Couple in Search of an Apart-
ment Run Into Unusual
They were swapping yarns at the
Athletic club the other night and
Frank Unrbutt \old this one, though
be doesn't vouch for its veracity.
"The young husband touched the
landlord's doorbell timidly and his
wife Just as timidly sought Ills hand,
when the door hanged open and a
fierce, bewhlskered man confronted
"II have you an apartment to rent?"
piped the young husband,
"Have you any children?" roared
the landlord, running a sinewy hand
through his whiskers.
"No," replied the young husband,
"Any dogs?" blared the landlord, j
"Not a one." chirped the young wife.
"Well, then," said the landlord tri-
umphantly, "you can't get In here. We 1
never rent apartments to people who
haven't children or dogs."
The tloor slammed In their faces
and tliey turned away dazedly.
Some men would rather go to * Jntl
than hustle for a living.
of course, the ready-made suit, if you
buy a good one frvm a smart shop, I
hai> probably been made according to ,
the design of a very skilled and highly
paid person, whereas your tailor may 1
or may not have the eye of a real de- ,
sigDer and he may or may not follow
skillfully the lines of the design you <
select for him. However, if you are
blessed with a good figure the tailor
will reteal the fact as the ready-made
suit cannot possibly do, even if it is
altered, for It is necessary to make
ready-niades according to designs
that do not ns a role play up the fig-
ure. They must be built for the aver-
age figure and built according to lines
that require the least possible fitting.
If you do go to the tailor bear
this in mind: That for this winter !
suits made of heavy men's suit fabrics
are going to be extremely smarr. Se-
lect such a fabric that shows a decided
stripe—one that would probably not
be the one you would choose for your
husband or son, because the stripes
should be quite far apart and quite
noticeable. A suiting .of dark slate
gray with a lighter gray stripe is a
splendid selection. Now have the
bodice pieces of the pattern cut
lengthwise of the stripe with a tunic
on the Jacket cut the other way of
the material. Or In some such way as
this make use of the striping to give
the suit Its only trimming.
DRESSES NOW MADE OF KID
Speech Is silver,
en—cheek Is brass.
silence Is gold-
White Taffeta Evening Gown.
designers who are adopting the prin-
cess frock, states a fashion writer.
Of course, the princess of this year
is a very different affair front that
tightly molded dress which policed the
figure some years ago. Very often the
distinctive touch is confined to one
side and draping is arranged so skill-
fully that the line Is becoming to both
slim and not so.
A new evening frock Is of white taf-
feta embroidered In silver and com-
bined with silver lace, which gives an
echo of the princess mode on one side
only. Like bo many of the evening
frocks at present, an ostrich plume Is
employed as the climax of trimming.
I loth are us familiar in dress scenery
as they are In desert scenery.
Whole Sport Outfits Made of the Mate-
rial and Some Have Leather
The licreaslng use of kid and other
soft leathers for the making and trim- j
ming of women's garments is bringing j
up the question here as to what effect
it will Iiave on other lines. Latest
fashion reports from Deauville say1
that whota sport dresses made of col-1
ored kid were worn at the recent races
there, and the Paris cables tell of
leather dewdabs on many of the new
frocks, says the New York Times. In
view of the reported general scarcity
of kid, which there is no reason to
doubt, the question has arisen as to
Just what effect this vogue will have ,
on the supply available for the glove
and shoe trades. It Is also asked If
the use of colored outer garments of
kid will bring about a revival of the
vari-colored kid shoes that were so
much in vogue here a few years ago,
and also serve to increase the color
ranges of kid glove offerings in the
during the war
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOCS THE PRICE!
TO MAKE NEWSPAPER HOLDER
Remnant of Narrow Stair Carpet May
He Easily Made Into Decora-
The sketch shows a good use to
which a remnant of narrow stair-car-
pet may be put, in the way of making
a newspaper holder with It for hang-
ing upon the wall. If possible, the
carpet uhould be selected of a color
to match or harmonize with the wall-
paper upon which It Is to hang.
The edges where the carpet has
been cut are bound with colored braid,
You can prevent this loathsome disease from running
through your stable and cure all the colts suffering with
It when you begin the treatment. No matter how young,
SPOIIVS DISTKMPEU COMPOUND is safe to use on any
colt. It Is wonderful how It prevents all distempers, no
matter how colts or horses at any age are "exposed.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO, Goahen, lnd., U. S. A.
"Pa, what is repartee?"
"It is, as a rule, an Insult with
dress suit on, my son."
TOO SHORT TO DO UP
AND STILL FALLING
little "Danderine" stops your hair
coming out and doubles
It would take 27,000 spiders to pro-
duce 1 pound of web.
last year cost
Better for Health
and Costs Less
A table drink made
"quick as a wink" by
placing a spoonful in a
cup, then adding hot
water, and sugar and
cream to taste.
"There's a Reason
Postum Cereal Company
Battle Creek, Mich.
Sold by Grocert and General Store*
No Raise in Price
LONGER AND WIDER SKIRTS
Conservative Styles Are Predicted by
the Fashion Art League at Chi-
Feminine styles the coming fall are
to be much different from those now
Skirts will be longer—much wider—
1 And In this connection there Is n
war Just starting—a war by American
' women to muke the style more con-
This was the news coming from
J within the Fashion Art lengue, In con-
I ventlon recently in Chicago. The
doughboy Is at the bottom of the whole
thing. In France the I'urlsenne beau-
ties wear extreme styles. When the
doughboy struck that country he was
dazzled. Styles became more and
morfe extreme, nnd when he started
home he was full of new ideas of
styles, but the American girls rebelled
•—they went on a fashion strike, de-
manding new styles.
The correct skirt length, according
to Madame Alia Kiplcy, president of
the league, should be six to eight
inches above the ground. Of course,
the width will be built around the per-
son. but generosity will be plentiful
among the designers. It was pointed
out Forty-seven Inches was agreed
on as the average width for the slen-
I Ha F. and W. CO.
1 0 401 Cast Grand
P our hides, furs and wools.
Extremely good prices for
cattle and horse hides.
Toe Satll WRITE FOR TAGS AND PRICES
and at each corner a ring is sewn on
In the manner shown In sketch B.
To stop falling hair at once and rid
the scalp of every particle of dandruff,
get a small bottle of delightful "Dan-
derine" at any drug or toilet counter
Then nails are driven into the wan at - ^ts. pour a Uttte In your
a distance apart corresponding with * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ After
the width of the carpet, and they
should slant slightly upwards In the
way Illustrated In diagram A.
The rings are placed upon the nails
so that the carpet hangs downwards
and forms a large loop, into which the
papers may be slipped from either
side. All tidy housewives like a place
to keep papers in, so that they do not
litter the room, and this is just the
thing needed, as It is strong and prac-
THAT NEW SUIT FOR WINTER
Advantages ai d Disadvantages in
Having It Ready-Made or Made
I There are possible advantages in
' going to a tailor anil having your suit
I made to order nnd just as many pos-
) slhle advantages In buying It ready
| made. With the ready-made suit
there Is always this:
You can see the finished garment.
There is never the posslbllty that you
won't like it after it is finished, for
It Is finished to begin with. Moreover.
If you are n person whose time Is
precious, the ready-made suit has ad-
vantages in that way. Even if it needs
rather elaborate alterations you will
need far loss fitting than if you nre
having it made entire y to order. And
several applications the hair usually
stops coming out and you can't
any dandruff. Help your hair to grow
strong, thick and long and become soft,
glossy and twice as beautiful and abun-
Few men are able to achieve great-
ness without advertising the fact.
"that good kind"
cIrif it—and you
will know why
Btantyto Gray and Faded Hair
60a and $1.00 at drtipriBta. •
| _ ,.Htocoi Chem. ^ksLPatchoggeaWJ[
HINDERCORNS Removes Clornm, CM- j
louses, etc., (top* all pain. emoree comfort toth*
leet, nuke* watkins ewr. lie. br mall or at Drug-i
CUtfc aiaoox Chemical Works, ratc&ogue, H. X. J
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 42-1919.
Irish crochet blouses are new for
A little bag of fine gold-plated mesh
is always smart.
Blouse coats are really becoming
only to small women.
An Imported overblouse of gold col-
ored georgette has monkey fur about
the sleeves and skirt hem.
The gowns that combine pink and
blue are decidedly French.
The bigger and more crushable a
sash is the more stylish it is.
Purple chiffon over red velvet In a
negligee Is almost exotic In Its beauty.
Cadet plaits are the means employed
to acquire the popular ripple effect In
a coat suit
Yellow is Introduced on navy blue
serge frocks for the growing girl by
means of wool embroidery or pipings.
To Prevent Crocking.
Before wearing black stockings oi
black cotton gloves, scald them In
salt aud water and th^y will not crock.
TpHIS isn't one of those fake free treatment
1. offers you have seen so many times. We
don't offer io give you something for nothing—
but we do guarantee that you can try this won-
derful treatment, entirely at our risk, and this
guarantee is backed by your local druggist.
This makes the offer one which you can ab-
solutely depend upon, because the druggist with
whom you have been trading would not stand
behind the guarantee If he did not know It to be
an honest and legitimate one.
Hunt's Salve, formerly called Hunt's Cure,
has been sold under absolute money back guar-
antee for more than thirty years. It Is especially
compounded for the treatment of Eczema, Itch,
Ring Worm, Tetter, and other Itching skin dis-
Thousands of letters testify to Its curative properties. M. TimerUn, a
reputable dry goods dealer In Durant, Oklahoma, says: "I suffered with
Eczema for ten years, and spent $1,000.00 for doctors' treatments, without
result One box of Hunfa Cure entirely cured me,"
Don't fall to give Hunt's Salve a trial—price 75 cents, from your local
druggist, or direct by mall If he does not handle it
Ae B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Shenmii, Tcxn
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Bell, J. Fred. Harmon County Tribune (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919, newspaper, October 16, 1919; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233335/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.