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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 June 1901

VOL. XIV. LAKE, PROVIDENCE. EAST CARL A •H L., SAUDY JUE2, .. .. .I .:1 .....m i II i ... . .i --I - - - -. JACK'S COAT. BY LAUBA S. RITTENHOUSE. Jack Turner looked gloomily out of the window, his handsome face disfig ured by a scowl. "It's always so. Just as sure as I have a chance for a good time, some obstacle arises to prevent it. Howard has a pass for. me, and my trip, south wouldn't cost me a cent, if only I had something decent to wear." Mrs. Turner dropped her work and sighed. "It does seem hard, Jack, but I real ly don't see how to help it. If we should buy you a summer suit now you'd have to wear your old suit again next winter, you know," she said plain tively. "Oh, I known that well enough, mother, so it isn't worth while talk lug about it. It seems to me I've heard of nothing but poverty all my life. We're so poor, Job's turkey wouldn't associate with us,", he said, savagely, then stalked from the room with the air of a martyr. His sister Doris went on darning steadily ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 June 1901

'ile Bar1l er-l) eniocrat. PtUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVII)DNCE, LA. JAMES N. TURNER. PMlisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, Jae 29, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. Regolar meetings second WYednesday' Ir January. April July, and. October, at Delta. [14. A reward of $2500 is offered for the capture of Prince Edwards, or Ford, who killed John Gray Foster near Shreveport about two weeks ago. The State of t4eorgia is reported to have the worst cotton, corn, melon, peach and apple crop that it has had in the past thirty years. Too much iain is the cause of it. The news was sent out from Col. umbus, Ohio, on Monday that Ilan na had actually captured the Repub lican machine, as if it was a big sur prise. Hanna is boss, even over McKinley, and nothing moves with out first consulting him. Perhaps it took a little cash to get control of the Ohio Republican convention, bat HIanna has no scruples in that direction. The tenth anniversay of the con secration o...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 June 1901

\k ti! (c' c 'rv(- the crdclit to keepI S ý >< t, , LtI _ t_ i nI1c r'. Of Course!! v'I`! - \i'<  sticlc o)f Ltlake street, jii j f. l('s ~block. Ciiy Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Rceition, tha best Cigar on the Market for IOcts, AT LEHMAN'S, ELIAS AAIRONS, M nufacturer, New Orlesns, La, Represented by Nathan Bach. T1l. Ia ll: -nrf'llPDAT I 'There i a ,rea t ."i of lv t, ..; ir ,. .. . i .... . =. W., 8I ,RiEBR-DEMGCRAL. Saturday, June 29, 1931. Jos. iE. Ransdell, ATTOPEY-AT-LAW AND Real TE:state _.gent, LAKE rROVIDENGE. LA. Will pr:acti'i ill the C,ourts of E;tso Carroll, ~l e- (':rr',li 'sol +ft rdison Pariahts, -md thl Ii,' . ,Lte upre e (' Court JOHN A. M4)N'I'TO)MERY,ý Notary PJbl ". (Court Stirtgraphcr and Fir! Itnmutrance Agent. s itr my office. Clifton F. Davis, A.tty-at-L.aw ' -AN D Etal "E mtate AL. t., Lake Providence. La. HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPI.I'T ABSTRACT 'PF ALL "F.II LANDS IN E.\St 2ARItOl. I A5M P'lt:'PAtie- T() FURNISi I kBSTAT'rS t)"...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 June 1901

TRl~ u~ PIUIKBLED. "srthqa u tSook in Ohio and Vir ginia. ..-A most pronounced rtthqakýshoock was felt in eastern Dhio ammdi ester Virginia at an early bops #tSriy morning. At Wellston, Dhio two hard shocks were felt din Splacing hoieshold furniture in many places. Zanesville,Ironton and Ports mouth also report a distinct shock. At tlh fattar place it was the severent Is it not true t Women suffer, feel the very life crushed out of them, grow old before their time. Each morning wake up determined to do so much before the day ends, and yet Before the morning is very old the dreadful BACKACHE attacks them, the brave spirit sinks back in affright; no matter how hard they struggle, the "clutch" is upon them and they fall upon the couch crying: " Why should I suffer so What can I do t" The answer is ready, your cry has been heard, and a woman is able to restore you to health and happiness. Backache is only a symptom of more fatal trouble heed its warning in time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 July 1901

THE BANNR=DEMOCRAT. VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 6, 1901 ... ... ..... ..  . . . + . .. --" ' '''"....." --_ . .''. .... +' "" " ""'--....--'". m , , ___..__.___O' &E , IO0 8T $IPT PI +T " b THE TRAVELLED MISS TREE. BY HENBY DICE.L L - --me- ----- am m m - Most little girls are fond of stories, p and Annie MacFarlane was no excep- h, tion to the rule; but then, she was the fortunate possessor of a grandmother pi who could tell the most charming sto ries in the world. Of these Annie's pi favorite was a really, truly, live story p that had happened to grandmother I' herself when she was a little girl. An- T nie called it the "Lydia Tree Story," and twice a year, for a few days at o Christmas and a for a good long time , in summer, when she went to visit her f grandmother, they began at once with a poor Lydia. n "Haven't heard anything from Lydia v Tree yet, have you, grandmother?" h Annie would call from the carriage v door. ti And grandmoth...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 July 1901

'Ple Barqqer-Dernocrat. P £ LIBBED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDUNCE. LA. JAMES N. TUIRNERt. Publtshes and proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER Y EAR. Saturday, JIul 6, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings second W",ednesday's Is. tanuary, April July, and October, at Delta. La. THE MASONIC LODGE LAYS THE CORNER-STONE Of THE COURT HOUSE. The ceremonies of laying the corner stone of thu new court house on Tues day last, brought to our town one of largest assemblages of country people and strangers that was ever brought together for oile da 's di'ings. The day beftre and early next morning people were arriving, aind by 10 o'clock the town was packed and jammed by those who had come to witness the grand and impressive ceremonies of laying the corner stone of our new court house by the Masonic Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana. At the hour of 12. Pecan Grove Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, which secured its charter before the war. and which has had in its ranks many o...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 July 1901

WWill d eserve tlhe credit to keep us c)ool this Summer? Of Course!! The wxrong side of Lake street, in Ilrmnlley's block. SLEHMANN. City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cLs, and Royal Reception, ha best Cigar on the Market for lOcts. AT LEHMAN'S, EI1J AS AARONS. MaEn:ntcturer, New Orlesns, La. Represented by Nathan Bach. 1HE AfttERt-DEOCBRA1, gir Saturday, July 6, 1901, . he Jos. E. Ransdell, b ATTORET-AT-LAW cr AND) I to Real Estate Agent, at LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. ' f Will practice in Ithe Courts of Eat'. Carrtoll, WV~' Carroll :atl Madison " l'arishe's, anal the State Supreme Court. oi --_ w JOHN A. MONI')GOiMElRY, Notary th Public, Court Stenot gralphr and Fire Insutrance Agent. is :n my ofhice. fr Clifton F. Davis, Atty-a.,t- q av o -ANI)- Is fr ELal Esmtate ABgt .. Lake Providence. L. a. IHAVING JUST FI NIStlEDP A C(OM'ItET 1STRTACT 01F ALL "t'iE LAN IDS IN EAsT 2AlILIoLL, I A PREPI' ARED rTO FIRHNIS C kBSTACTS OF TITLES (oN SIIHT NOTICE, e F. WAYLES BROWNE, ('O(UR' STENOGRAI'HER ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 July 1901

L.sla hs bfad tb. t e ates cm cotton seed shipmeats Comamittees were appointed by the Alabama oonstfutional convontion Friday. General Wheeler was given the privileges of the floor. sumer amesmese by A eses~. The sadden bhising into view of 'a star previousl nvisible rnabe among the very rarest aof astronomial eventws. aly fourk en time sine men fost began to write down reoords of the dies has such an oceurrenes been cheonicled; and but once before have Utronomers founr a "tSaporary" star lvaullng in splendor Anderonm's re cent disovery in the coastellation Per uea COmese is a hardy thing; it thrives on heap of send. Priatiag Withsot Ink. A company has been farmed to control the proc of printing without ink, and in a short time tis expected that old methods will be revolutlonised. There is one thing, how ever, that has resisted all innovations; that is, Hostetter's stomach Bitters. It is a wonder fol medicine for dysppsia, indigestion, bili oasne nsomna, tiption and nervous ness. ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 July 1901

THE BA'NNER-EDEMO CR.;i VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY S13, 1901 NO.0, . . . ... . . .. . -,.O - ,ISIS.I.PP I VA7 Oq·r) . a 's r~a~ eS -ht --ttl ) AN INCIDENT. wrT 0303GW WESTON TOWUSUND. bra t % swsca, It vas a dingy, uninviting place, but t the centre of interest twice each day. -tibis railroad station consisted of a I ar:row platform and small house, I "rhere the station agent, telegraph perator and baggage master, all in t 0e, :.d his offices. Dust and sand Say alt around. The long road twisted i Its way into town and contrasted un bvo,- ly with the straight, smooth, -mrnltg rails that led up and down romh the platform, as true as an ar Pow, until they met in a tiny point, iOe where the sun rose every morn (.g, and the other lust where it I Sopp9'1 ':-ond the horizon in a ball t: che 0: ca night Once in a while the telegraph instru ment, half hidden behind the desk ~ni a st:rong wire screen, clicked hesi tat:ng'v, end then ran on in a chatt...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 July 1901

?UDLISRED N AT LAK 1Pi'1Ot'ViDt b JAMEB W. fnBS SKB.. Publisher ,se PwopUSetE" SUBSCRIUTION: 8200 PFL YEAR. Saturdayj Jily 3 19016 Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings second Wednesday's in January, April July. and October. at Delta, La. Mouroe, La., now boasts of free delivery of mail. There are three carriers and twebty-eight letter boxes. The salary of the postmas ter is $2,:1; 0, clerk hire $2,100, carrier. $1,800. Making a total of $6,200, which is a pretty showing. The Cotfelerate Veterans of the State will hold their anr,ual riunior~ in Baton Rouge, the pretty Capital City of our State, o: Tueslday, August 6th. The Baton Rougeous are known for their hospitality, and those who attend can rest assured of having a grand time. The stamp taxes repealed July ist yielded a revenue to the government of about $22,000,000 a year. The 'stamp on bank checks alone yiefded about $7,000,000 a year. The small stamps on telegraph and tele phone messages, express receipts, post office ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 July 1901

W'ill deserve the credit to keep us cool this Summner? Of Course!! The wrong side of Lake street, in Haramley's blo(ck. LEHMAN N. City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the best Cigar on the Market for [Octs, AT LEHMAN'S, 1EL1AS AARONS, Manufacturer, Ncv () t1,ns, La. Represented by Nathan Bach. THE DANiER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, July 13; 1801, Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTO1LEY-AT-L.A'' AND Real Estate Ag6nt,. LAKE FROVIDENOE. L. Will practice in the Courts of East Carroll, West Carroll and Madison Parishes, and the State SupremeCourt. JIOlN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary Public, Court Stenographer and Fire Insurance Agent. is in my office. Clifton F. Davis, Atty-at-I.aaW -ANDI) It3eal "tsetate .lggt.l L:Lke Providence. Ia. HAVING JUST FINISII.ED A COMPLET &BSTRACT ()OF ALL '111 LANDS IN EASTI 2AIIltOLL. I AMI IAI.l'.IRED TO FURNISH 4BaTACTS OF TITPLES oN SHIIRT NOT'ICE, E. WAY LES BROWNE, COURT STRNOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. D. Hsr., W. B. PIERox. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE Ou...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 July 1901

Tea Growing Experiments in the United States. Prospects of the Industry. By Weldon Fawcett. wwwwwwwank~.,~~ C·rine919t('3dW MMW^ HE century which has re cently been ushered into existence will see an ad dition to the already long dst of reasons why 'there can never be a repetition of that fa mous "Boston tea party" which helped to bring on the Revolutionary War. Thls new preventive is found in the fact that long ere the present cycle of t hundred years is rounded out, Uncle Sam will, in all probability, be produc ing within his domain sufficient tea leaves for all the soothing beverage f'hich his people can possibly drink, snd mayhap will have some to spare tg his brethren across the sea. That this will be a highly desirable consummation must be appreciated eaten by the person who never sipped a cup of tea in his life. For one thing, it will enable the poorer classes to ob tain good tea at lower prices, and for another it will keep in the coffers of the American people a fortune, am...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 July 1901

THE BANNER=DEMOCR. VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 20, 1901 NO. 11, AN EXPLANATION. If youll make a diagnosis when you'i feeling sad and dreary, As you would with any everyda disease, If you'll simply question science as 1 ihy you're glum and weary And everything seems dull and ill a Perhaps you will discover, after de vious calculations. The cause of all these symptom which appall, And you'll smile as you reflect, I spite of various irritations, That it's nothing but the weathe after all You'll find a sigh denoting .neithe sorrow nor contrition. A tear drop's not indicative of care They are products of the meteorolog cal condition Of extra moisture that is in the ali 80 perhaps It's not in reason fortune' chance to be reviling, Or to vow life's store of happines is small, For when the sun comes out agali again we will be smiling, It's nothing but the weather afte alL -Washington Star. Spoiling An Egyptian. HE tramp *as tattered and torn, and his ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 July 1901

Wl)e Barqer-Demoorat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURIAM? LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TUIRNEL. Pubishebr and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, July 20, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. RezIltar meetlngb seconld Wpdnesdtaye :,. .Ioiuary, April Juiy, and October, at Delta. La. The owners of stock in Bolivar county, Miss., have suffered more thani any other part of that State frmn charbon. It is reported that over 500 mules alone have died from charbl, in that county and that the disease continues to spread. The brutal and cowardly assassil ation of two Italians and the wound ing of a young boy last Friday night at Erwin, in Washington county, Miss., while tbey.were sleeping on a gallery, was a dastardly outrage, and the perpetrators of this double murder, who are no doubt well known to the citizens of that coun ty, should be given the fullest ex tent of the law. The Confederate reuiion to take plee at Baton Reuge on the 5th of August, will be on a large and magnificent su...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 July 1901

Who!! W1Vill deserve the credit to keepy us cool this Sumrrier': Of Course!! The wrong side of Lake street. in I=tamley's block. LEHMANN. City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the best Cigar on the Market for Octs, AT LEHMAN'S, EIIAAS AARONS, Manufacturer, New Orlenus, La. Represented by Nathan Bach. I ril · [[I "PII  "E.·;-r- T% -I~L : ll lI Ii l III Ill IIgs~ l IIII I I n THE BANNER-DEMOURAT. Saturday, July 20, 1901. Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOBEY-BT-LAW AND Real Ei state Agent, LAKE FROVIDENCE. LA. Will practice in the Courts of East Carroll, We " ('strroll and M:lulison I'aii.hes, Iand the State Supreme Court. JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary Public, Court Stenographer and Fire Insurance Agent, is in my office. Clifton F. Davis, Aetty-at-I.saw -AN1D Rteal lEiatate Agt., Lake Providence. La. HAVING JUST FINISHEI) A COMPLET tBSTRACT OF ALL THE LANDS IN EASI 2ARROLL. I A31 PREPARED TO FURNISH tBSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTIyoICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STENOGRAPHER A...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 July 1901

Under a rule recently adopted by tr Board of Education of New York City school chiltirn will no longer be al lowed to give presents to their teach ers unless the gifts shall be sent anonymously to the teachers' homes. The object of the new regulation is to put an end to favoritism in the pub lic schools, charges having been made that certain teachers were partial tt the children of well-to-do parents be cause of the presents which suck o-oungst1'rs brought them. Possibly the strike of the ladies' tailors and a consequent slackness in ladle' fas:'.ads, may account for the fact that Paris has lately been taking a particular interest in masculine, not feminine, attire. After the question of the frock coat has come that of the top hat. The headgear which remained pre-eminent throughout the nineteenth century is said now to be doomed, by a dictate, not of fashion, but of the authorities. It must at once be added that the top hat has not been pro scribed throughout the length and breadth...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 July 1901

THE BANNEI --= DE/MO A VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 27, 1901 NO. 12. LAKE __ THE MUSIC OF THE WATER, S0 einile at( the watir is ringing in It ripples rest and ioothing upon my my amr, troubled ear, With a ladness and a sadness that fills It murmurs calm and patience and free W mart with tears dom from all fear, S rl *ilad things and all sad things that It echoes back the memory of a long-for 'er my soul has known gotten dream, a1 sOagin forth their being in the music A heavenly flood of healing is the music 4e that tone. of that stream. /lr In the dark old forest, my heart can All the day its song is longing, all night hear it yet; its song is love Deep in the bosky shadows where the A fragment, earth-melodious, from har green fern trails the wet, monies above; /own over mossy boulders rushes the For all glad things and all sad things that stream along e'er my soul has known (And my soul is held forever in the magic Are singing forth their bei...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 July 1901

'Fie BlBar? r-l)c1r2OCrt t. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKKi PROV DI)NCE, LA. JAM?:S N. TUltNEIt. Publisher and Proprietor. SJUBSCRIPTION : g$OO PER YIAR. Saturdal July, 27, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings second Wednesdaly's ti .JanuIary. April July, and October, at Delta., La. The grand jury of Madison parish, in session last week, gave public notice that the Sunday law had to be respected and that those persons who break it can expect to suffer the consequence. What's the mat ter with Madison? This will he quite a change from the old way of doing things. The hot wave tlroughout the great corn belt for the past week Bas been unprecedented. In a great many places heat records were smashed, the thermometer going as high as 108, While in Kansas City street thermometers registered 128. All through the west terrible heal bas resulted in prostrations and deaths, while the corn crop is re garded as almost ruined. An article in thd Times-Deinocras says that the oldest...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 July 1901

2,,The Jug House ASES TO BE HEADQUARTERS FOR0 The Savation Arrrly? TWho will be Captain ,P Why, -LEIiMANN, of core-in 'amley's Block--wrong side of Street. Sole Aat, for Lemp's Keg & Boftle Beer, City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the Ibest Cigar on the Market for lOcts, AT LEHMAN'S. ELIAS AARONS. Maniuf atur .r, tnw t (hians. La. Represented by Nathan Bach. THE BANNER-DFMOCRAI. Saturda, July 27, 190t. Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOEYT-AT-LAW Real lEstate Agent, LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. Will practice in the Courts of East Carroll, West. Carroll utul Madisou ,Parishes, and the State Supremne Court. JOHN A. MON'I'G()OMERY. Notary P'ublic. Court Slenogral,her mid Firs' IIiuratutce A (g at, is i t 1y oflier. Clifton F. Davis, .aty-at-LaIra -- ANID- RIeal Esttate A.t., Ilake Pr(,o il encl1.. I~a: IIAVING JtST FINISHtIE A ((OM'ItttT aHI(TIIACT (IF' ALL "lIE LANDS IN EAtT .'Atliultl,. I AM PtIh;PAAUEI) TO I[ ltNI,,Ii l,,TA('TS o5' TITLEs oN SHORT No'I'IrCE, E. WAYILES BROWNE...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 July 1901

" THE REALM OF FASHION. wmanmammmmammammWER" New York City.-The silk bodice, lace trimmed, Is in the height of style and is eminently well suited to both after noon and evening wear. The chic FANCY BISlBT WAIST. May Manton model Illustrated Is both siimplle and elegant and is suitable alike to the odd bodice and the entire costume. The original Is of white taf fi-ta with cream gulpure lace and is designed for wear with odd skirts, but Lolisine silk, crepe de Chine, panne :!1nd all the soft-finished silks are suit able, while countless materials might lte suggested for the entire costume. Wool crepe is charming, etamine Is fashionable. Albatross is much used and both linen and cotton materials of the finer sorts are In every way appro priate with trimming or needlework or lace as preferred. The foundation is a fitted lining. On it are arranged the tucked vest front, the fronts proper and the back. The front is tucked to yoke depth and falls in soft folds below and the fronts prop er ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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