Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN NOVEMBER 9 1922
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ONE MORE DAY
of our "Pre-Armistice Day Sale." Take advantage of these extra-ordinary value
offered and shop with-.us tomorrow.
Extraordinary Money Saving Values offered you during these three days 'Pre-Armistice
Day" Sale and we advise that you shop early tomorrow the opening day
as these exceptional values will encourage a rapid selling of the merchandise offered.
Mrs. R. E. Lee will be hostess to
the Library Benefit Club at 3 o'clock.
..jMrs. Boyer Scrimgcour will be host-
Jess to the Just So Club.
Kibhon Yogne Renewed.
Paris has originated dresses with a
good 'deal of ribbon as their tlecora-
tion. Though Americans have been
somewhat slow to respond to thistyle
expression it nevertheless Is impor-
tant. Sash widths in plain and nov-
elty ribbons arc much used the plain
to tone down a figured material and
the fancy to enliven a dark costume.
Supple metal sash ribbons with crn
trasting color woven in the bad: are
very new and beautiful for evening
drosses. "Wide soft velvet ribbons
with taffeta backs are introduced on
brilliant metal cloths and brocades.
Ribbons from a quarter to a half
inch wide are used like braids or gal
loons for edgings lines of color and
for making appliqued discs so placed
rs to form a girdle or a deep cuff a
vest or a hat brim. Speaking of hats
uch gathered tiny discs have been
connected with metal threads to form
a laccwork covering for a wide hat
hrim. Mosaics of ribbon are also
"novel Us "trimming. Though ribbon
'flowers are not new there are new
. .avavs of fashioning them for garni-
' tures on afternoon and evening dress
es. Interlaced moire ribbons form
belts and brims of hats while long
streamers add a youthful note to the
dresses of children and their grownup
The new season has brought for-
ward the idea of trimming more than
for some time but nothing tliat is
(good is tawdry or "dragged in" as it
were. Therein lies the art of the
French dressmaker. Beads are very
much used the small cut kinds in
crystal metals jets and pearl being
used to form traceries on sheer cropes
or metal cloths for motifs edgings
and other ornaments with cabochons
pendants and tassels.
Some Russian motifs sand out among
roost effective trimmings on street
dresses and the Indo-Chinese and Per-
sian colorines and designs suggest un
usual treatment for dresses developed
in rich silk crepe fabrics and supple
Strong colors are still judiciously
worn and combined but there is a
feeling for some softer colors. Just
now topaz tones of yellow are highly
thought of; blues of the charming
tapestry colorings; a pompadour rose
and green that is less vivid than jade
yet not too garish for a "hat or a. dress.
"VSTiite is a particular style leader for
evening and mid-winter will find
white chiffon velvet as well as crepes
brocades and soft satins appearing in
. - most exquisite reception and dancing
dresses often enriched with silver
-WgJid- of crystal beads and pearls.
Silk laces of the finer grades are im-
portant trimmings in black white and
ecru but Tying with them are metal
laces that form berthas trim dresses
otherwise and embellish the most for-
mal opera wraps.
A shade of pansy purple that is a
little darker than orchid ranks with
the royal colors in the winter cos-
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That ancient gentleman King Midas who turned everything ho touched
to gold has had an incarnation this se ason. Suits and elaborate wraps arc
touched with gold embroidered in go Id. Evening wraps have an auriferous
glitter. Daytime dresses arc trimme d with gold thread stitching or gold
tidious taste in. dress will be likely to
pass by extreme novelties and chose
rather the more elegant plain articles
of quality value.
Costume jewelry chosen for match-
ing or contrasting color; sparkling
hair adornments fillets of leaves etc.
all claim a place in milady's chest of
valued style adjuncts for winter festivities.
For Scorch. Just wet the spot and
lay it in the sunshine. Spread your
ironing sheets on the grass in the sun-
shine and it is perfectly wonderful
how the scorch spots vanish.
Remove the stains from your sink
by rubbing it with lemon juice.
"Whiten your ' pantry shelf by . the
Lemon juice and salt on rust spots
laid in the sun will disappear arid it
will not injure the article.
A Leakless Bottle. When you must
PLEASING TO TRUSTEES
PATRONS UNO TENUIS
3TEAL COOKED AM) SERVED BY
DOMESTIC SCIENCE TEACHERS
- AXD PUPILS IX FIXE STYLE.
The board of trustees faculty and
many patrons ot Urownwoou Higr.
School were guests of the directors
and students of the Home Economics
and Domestic Science "department ot
the Brownwood High School Wednes-
day afternoon the hours being from
4:30 to 6:00 o'clock and la the courso
of which an elaborate and yet simple
luncheon was 'served by the Domestic
Angelo Siciliano of Brooklyn well
known artist model was judged to be
the most perfect man in. the world al
the Physical Culture Exposition in
New York SivlHano weighs' 175
pounds and is five feet nine and one-
half inches tall
UNITED FIGHT AGIST
AKKAXGE-UEXTS COMPLETED TO
ACT IX CO-OPEKATIOX WITH
STAT E - F ED E It A L OFFICIALS.
Scieno and Home Economic teaeh-
carry a bottle in traveling it is wise r? lias Evans and Miss Herblin
to melt paraffin and pour it around .jested by the students of this most
.the. cork to prevent leaking. The tal-&?ftp0nan't; .acparimeiil of the Hih
low from a candle will serve the sameesohooi4. George W. Page and Mrs.
purpose. It is a good thing to pack j. w Tottenham nresided. The affair
bottles in the inside of shoes as an wne infnrni n.i riAHrhtfr .hnwinir
aj aa m a a a v a a aJJ V uaaw -y
aooea protection. 5n a hich and . satfsfactorv dorreet: " . .
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ana m a raosi pug an. sausiuc- An acr6einent was entered into be-
Footwear for this winter continues
to be. fancy with stress Upon match-
ing colors for afternoon and metal
clothes- and brocades for evening.
Brown satin pumps have stood hiHi.
while suede pumps follow Colonial
cut models with large steel buckles or
with self trimming for less formal
uses are liked. As many as twelve
different shades of brown "kid or suede
have been mentioned H some manu-
facturer's line intimating that shoes
i-hould match exactly the dress or
Some gray footwear Ic also featured
for gray has no unimportant place for
dresses and suits. Gray fur accessor-
ies by the way are very modish."
Suede gloves in browns mode and
beige tones are street favorites. Gaunt-
let styles continue popular and very
fanciful cuff parts are a mark of this
season's production. With gloves as
Every cow or any other cattle in
Brownwood will have to be tested. A
determined effort is to be made t:
make every cow in Brownwoo'd and
every dairy cow or dairy herd out-
side the city limits from which mil
is taken and sold in tits cry ribeeiute-
ly free of any sembluuy-i of tubercu-
losis. Truej there may not be a single
tuberculin Infected cow in Brownwocil
or In Brown coutuy but If theie is
not so much the better for making
tests to prevent the disease or stamp-
ling it out should it be already here.
A special meeting of the city coun-
cil was held this morning for )ia pur-
pose of meeting the state and federal
officials In this regard thfr following
being present: Dr. Leon G. Cloud
State Veterinarian headquarters at
Fort Worthy Dr. Thomas O'Reilly vet-
erinary inspector of the United. States
Bureau of Animal Industry of Fort
Worth; Dr. W. R. McCuistion assist
ant state veterinarian each of whom
made brief talks pertaining to- the
tory way -just what Is being done by J
Grow Second 'Crop tne domestic science and home eco-
nomic department of the high school
(By International News Service) The loncheoa was cooked and served.
LIMA Ohio Nov. S.-A second crop as stated b-v thc usrs and stu-
of strawberries is growing in the gar-jdonts and f factory cv;
den of Robert Beery 13. son of Dr.lf y' J stf HfhInf hl Uie ton5 01
William H. Beery of No. 327 Kenil-ta11 wh d tho plcasUre f bein;
worth avenue. More than a quart of I c sfuprem?t importance of
tU Z. . . ..this department and its value to the.
the late crop has been obtained byi . . ' . 3
liiu uu; A lit: uci l tuo ncic calvduu-
ally large and of delicious flavor. Re-
cent rains and warm days are said -to
have caused the pints to bloom and
ripen a second time.
To all parties selling milk within
the city limits of the city of Brown-
wood and all owners of cattle with-
in the city 1mits of tho city of
The new City Ordinance is now ef-
fective and application for permit' can
be made at the "City Secretary's office
This must be done at once in order
to obtain tho free tuberculin test
24c BOARD OF HEALTH.
Saturday November 11th Armistice
Day. Ladles of First Christian church
also benefit American Legion.
Let ns coTer your buttons; we have
all sizes and die. Also heinstitcltliisf.
tween the city council of Brownwood
United States Bureau of Ani;nal In-
dustry "and the State Sanitary and
Livestock Association by the terms
o! which as stated a systematic fight
on tuberculin- infected cattle if there
be any is to be made. In case any
cow or cattle is found infected and
has to be killed provisions hne been
made by which the owner will be In-
demnified a certain per cent of the
total value of the cow or cattle thus
condemned. A more elaborate state-
ment concerning this work will ap-
pear In the Bulletin tomorrow.
FOR SALE Want ad;
with stationer thc woman of fas- one and be convinced.
it pays; try
We Will Be Closed
SHOP WITH VS
Adams Cash 'and Carry
Meats and Groceries
Tf Penney Co
371 DEPARTMENT STORES.
df New Merchandise!
Think of the eagerness with vhich producers of reliable
merchandise sought this order! Think of thc price concessions
they willingly made! Think of the savings you will enjoy from
1 this gigantic purchase! It was recently made for. our 371
Department Stores and this Store will have its full quota!
The Ever-Popular Corsef
Pre-Armistice Sale of Cottons
Satisfaction and Fairyland Bleach Domestic
36 inches wide ' 12c
Festival Bleach Domestic free of starch 36
inches wide . le
36 Inch. Long Cloth regular price 25c yd. 19c
36 inch. Outing in solid colors only sells reg-
ularly for 25c yard 18c .
32 inch. Gilbrae Ginghams our 75c quality;
yard 1 . -fc
32 inch. Anderson's Ginghams bought to sell
for 40c 29c
32 inch. Amoskeag and Kalburnle Ginghams
27 Inch. Red Seal Ginghams yard 19c
One lot of Ginghams in checks and small plaids
some of these are 32 and some 27 inches in
width 1 15e
36. inch. Percale In shlrtnig and dre3s styles
sells regularly for 20c 16c
Pre-Armistice Sale of Bed Spreads
04x76 hemmed Bed Spreads $1.50 value 1.19
74x86 hemmed Bed Spreads ?2.50 value $2.19
80x90 scalloped cut corner Bedspreads $3.35
and $3.25 values : $29
. 81x90 Satin -cut corner. Bed .Spreads $5.00
value r $L33
81x90 hemmed Ripletto Bed Spread $4.35 val-
ues ; $3.89
$3.95 values 3.19
Pre-Armistice Sale of Table Linent
Thanksgiving is almost here make your pur-
chases of table linens you will need for this
occasion and save money.
72 inch all linen Satin Damask $3.00 value
72 inch all linen Table Damask $2.50 value
-72 inch all linen Table Damask $2-00 value
yard 1 $19
72 inGh. Mercerized Cotton Damask $1.25 val-
ue yard 98c
72 inch. Mercerized Cotton Damask $1.00 val-
ue yard - 83c
72 inch. Mercerized Cotton Damask. 85c value
Pre-Armistice Sale of Silks
36 inch. Messaline bought to sell at $1.50 fulir it -
range of wanted colors yard $1.19
40 Inch. Satin Canton in navy and brown our
$4.35 quality yard 3.19
40 inch Spiral Crepe. This material has been
very popular and we have reorders twice. Black
and Polo only sold regularly for $3.95; special
this week yard $3.49
40 inch. Crepe de Chine a good range of staple
and high colors. Our $1.50. quality. yurd$1.2ft .
40 inch. Georgette black brown navy and" tho
light colors yard 98c '
Silks are advancing In price and it will pay
you to buy during this Sale.
Pre-Armistice Sale of Woolens
36 Inch. French Serge in grey brown red
navy and black our 95c value yard 79c .
40 inch. Wool Canton jn navy brown tan and
black our $2.50 quality yard $2.19
36 inch Wool Tweed In navy and brown mix-
tures: sold regularly- for 75c yard 59c
27 inch. Middy Flannel In rose lavender red
and gold bought to sell for $1.25 yard$1.10
56 Inch. Flannels and Broadcloth In red blue
green' tan and navy; our $3.95 quality yd $3.19
Pre-Armistice Sale of Purses Neck-
wear and Camisoles
$1.50 Purses -' DSc
Values up to $2.50 $1.89
Values up to $3.50 $29
Silk Camisoles In flesh; orchid and light blue
$1.50 and $1.25 values 98c
Collars and Vestees lace and tucked net- 59c
Brumley Collar and Cuffs Set3 in eyelet em-
broidery and organdy 59c
A Special from the Shoe Section
Ladies' Oxfords in brown and black kid sizes
.broken values up to $8.50 $3.95
Pre-Armistice Sale Offerings for Men
Men's Nainsook Union Suits Texland brand 50c
Yq'u can buy a good weight got'ton ribbed union
suit during this sale S9c
One lot of Men's Hats full range of sizes but
b'roken in styles and colors . $20
Orfe lot of Men's Soft Collars sold regularly
at 25c and 35c; 5 collars for $1.00
About 15 Men's and Boys' Cotton Sweaters $2
values on sale for the balance of the week $2.00
One table of Men's Percale and Madras Shirts
broken lots of $2.25 and $2.00 values $1.50
One lot of Men's Worsted Pants $3.85
One lot of Men's Ties odds and. ends from our
regular stock each 43c
Men's Blue Overalls good quality and weight
per pair ' $1.19
25c grade Men's Hose pair 1 20c
10c Men's Soft Finish Handkerchiefs eJtch 7c
-Special f rem the Ready-to-Wear
Ladies' Jersey top Petticoats witk.Satlno
Flounce ! ' $L98
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DDoaaDoro m i n no
SHOP WITH US TOMORROW
"Lady-Lyke" Back Laced
The corset is an essential factor in milady's toilette tyi
the well-dressecl woman is ever cognizant of the charm oi.
a graceful figure and the lure of proper poise. Shoij
aware that standard materials and black boning aro es-
sentials for wear and comfort and "Lady-Lyke" models
boast these assets seconded by remarkable Values f
Onr Own Models
In Various Styles
Coutll or Brocade either
Cotton or Satin lend their
durable textures to the
"Lidy-Lyk6M Coreet Ths
' black boning throughout
gives that resiliency so
necessary to the health of
the mode rn woman
Dainty trimmings and the
.knowledge that each cor
'set has the assurance of
j satisfaction are- factors
This Store Will Be
In Honor of Those Present
In Memory of Those Absent.
M. . KyuT JbbbbW
"WHO PUT IT OVER
In This Spirit let
; Vs Celebrate TKis
November 11 1918.
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