The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, December 24, 1925, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE SCIO TRIBUNE
Page Two
“Now I Am Well Artistic Motifs
in Latest Silks
and the Mother
of Two Children” Architecture and Painting
PE-RU-NA
Mr». Ann» Linder, R F D. Na
1. Box 44, I>*»«cl. Meeker County,
Minn, write»: "For two year» 1
lutiered with that terrible <!i>ea>e.
chronic catarrh
Fortunately I
taw your ndvcrtfsement and took
J’c ru na Now I am well and the
moth.'.r tii two children. I owe it
all to Pe-ru-na. I would not be
without that (treat remedy for
twits it* <"»t t r I gat wcB and
»trona new. t cannot »peak in too
l>Mth term» of it« value a* a medi­
cine."
For more than half a century Dr.
Hartman*» Pe-ru-na ha« been per­
forming ju»t such wonderwork aa
tbit
Pe-ru-na 1» »old everywhere In
both tablet and liquid form. In­
sist upon having genuine Pe-ru-na.
It seems a far look Into ths future to
consider ths new dress material» aa
they come from the ateliers of their
author». saya a Pari» fashion author­
ity In ths New York Time*.
M»t year It waa ttw iron work of
Hrandt from which were taken the
graceful Hn«-s of the "Ferronler" crepes
and chiffons, of which the smartest
summer styles were made and which
are still popular for the softer frock a
t>rgtlg«-ea, lliitngs and scarfs The »uc-
.■ni« of thaan w as so concrete and far-
reaching that the artists have gone
again Into great buildings for their In­
spiration. They have found It In the
staine«! glass windows of cathedrals,
deleters.and desde assembly hails »nd
have established their first eiamplea
In models st the l'aria ex|M<»ltlon.
The««- Vitretti d'Art crwatml by Mute
Jean Ferres express In the rolored me-
sale an 1 leaded lines the ultra modern,
the futuristic form of design; and this
scheme entire has been transferred to
the silk* that come from American
looms. They bare tmeu adapttal with
the greatest latitude In patterns and
of colors, attaining resulta never vis­
ualised by their authors
Beverwlng sharply the bright, some-1
times violent colore of the last sea- I
•on«, these new stlka will t.ring back
the past«»l ghadNk with more vitality
The first things for spring, brought out
to meet the requirement« of the 1'nlin
Beach »ea«on. will be done tn the most
entrancing violeta, mauvea, (tWM and
tiirquolse blue. In eotne of the floral
designs, the most delicate and the
richest of all the motifs, an oo-aslonal
top note la introduced In the vivid Kus-
elan colors, with a startling and ar i
For every stomach
and Inteatlnal I IL
Thia good old-fash-
loncd herb horn»
remedy for consti­
pation, atomach Illa
and other derange­
ments of the ays-
tern no prevalent these day» la In even
grtwter favor aa a family medicina
than in your grandmother's day.
Let Cuticura Soap
Keep Your Skin
Fresh and Youthful
Otahtwl. TaArea*
A Wrw
tw^ M NnXfew M sm
KEEP EYES WELL!
I mp T**«m*ab*<<a • Mr* Water «UI
ib*««. At 4r««t»ia<-r
lui&itw Tfvr.K î Xsei
In Prairc of Dancing
Pnnclng. the "poetry of motion,"
formerly u type -of religious exercise,
the Invention <>f which was ascribed to
drily, was also highly rsfwnird aa a
gymnastic exercise, the practice oi
which was compulsory with the N|>nr-
tana, old end young, old Anacreon,
moat light hearted of tlrewk poets,
looked npuu the dance a* a r «J mo­
nster of agv.
Klop wastin« money on big shoe
bill»! No need t-r It Tell your repair­
man to put CHKttiK Holes on your
shoe*. fl'KIliy; the Wonder Mole tor
Wear, il.nr« twice aa Iona as best
leather. Made by the Vnll-d Hlatee
Kubber Company 1' hkii > k i » eosnfort-
able. healthful, «eaterproof, aood-look­
ing
rrotecte against slipping
For
hard workers and hard walkers Noth­
ing can taaa t'HKIl'K A Vermont man
wore a pair 1» months Ask your ehoe
dealer f-»r new shoes with VHKll>N
Holes. 11» either ha» them or can get
them for you—Adv.
Fair Story
Once there was * young co-ed who
waa Invited to a social function by
two students, one a football hero and
the other a poor member of ths de
hating team. She chose the latter, say
tng athletes gave her a pain In th.
head.-—Life.
For evemlsht relief te Inflame.« area and
fUm«» JCy* fl* team <’»«• trwd.
•iwtre !>?•<• rrxt ITi r««r| IM . N Y
A4«.
If you are In a smalt place It may be
bccstiae you won t fit in a big place,
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Sure Relief
I) IWtWGfSTtO^
6 B ell am s
Hot water
Su re Relief
ELL-ANS
FOR INDIGESTION
¡bi and 75< PkJlSotd Lwr>wh«ra
Dispose
of a cow in a day, but to
Produce
om
fnn/l-m-rv
5w-ir«. Cbrpnn
All kinds of Iron and lira»« Casting«.
Fruit snd Hop Furnaces
liepair Work snd Blacksmithing
ALBANY IRON WORKS
Engines, Mill and Mining Machinery
1.1 vs Rolls, Head Blocks. Log Turners, Log Haul«,
Cable Conveyors and Rupe Feed Work.
Albany, Oregon
Phone «1
ALBANY ABSTRACT COMPANY
Thia Him and girlish coat of to
baccobrowrn velours cloth has a broad
Panel of beaver fur across the front,
•nd desp cellar and cuffs of beavsr
There I» a ahght suggestion of a waist
line and a flare.
Abstracters of city and country property In Linn County. Work
quickly completed. Our certificates guarantee safety. Prices con­
form to th» established rates throughout the country.
LglLB MITCHgLL. •••«■«!»ry
Sults long coats and rnM-mblve arc
here In such bewildering variety that
the difficulty lire not tn finding some
thing t*v<>mlng and appropriate, but
In limiting one's choice.
M»ny of the new costs have much
movement around the hem. produced
by the Introduction of circular godets
and plaits Nomellines this fullntws Is
In back, sometimes In front, end ocea
•tonally one errs It plnc«-<l at the sides
Many of the new wraps have ail the
fur at tlie n«-ck and around the cuffs
while a very popular model has a band
of fur »tretclilng from neck to hem A
coal of unusual luxury Is made of a
soft woolen material In a clear red.
The roat 1» lined with fur snd thia tin
Ing is so arrange«! that both coat and
lining can be worn »«-parately.
Velvet and velveteen promise toplay
an Important part In the winter's pro-
gram. V ery suevessful are coats of
black velvet worn with long straight
tunica of contrasting color and mate­
Model of Gray Toned Velvet. Trimmed
rial. An attractive mold la of black
With Ecru Lace.
velvet, trimmed with ermine, and worn
tlatle effects
In these floral designs with a tunic of green and gold tinsel
there la a great variety. Nome are brocade.
large with the conventional flowers and
Fur-Trimmed Coat
leaves one »res In ecclesiastical em­
broideries Nome haw dainty, qualot
A most attractive coat Is made of
little posies sprinkled over delicately brown velvet with trimming of civet
I In Id background Others are printed cat bleached to a light brown and
In flowered borders One dlatlnrt cream
the only trimming on waist and skirt
Straightline Frock Is
The neck Is finished with • little white
Still Favored Fashion colter snd there are narrow matching
cuffs. Invcrtr«! plaits are a popular
form of trimming upon these day
;
Ft ills in Favor
The dainty points In the costumes
of greet Indies and court dandles are
appearing In a good many of the smart
style« of thia season; tn the lace edge»
and frills with which so many thing«
are finl»h«-d The very newest handker­
chiefs have rutfii-a of net or lace sewn
on
the
Infinitesimal
rolled,
not
hemmed, edge. Collare, revere. Jtbeh
or Informal frock« are finished with
lace or with a ruffle of footing
L. M. CUUL. Presl«»nl, Attorney ••« Manager
ALBANY PLANING MILL
E. W. SEARS, Prop.
Sash. Doors, Moulding, Glass, General Mill Work,
Windshields, Kitchen Cupboards, Window and
Door Screens, Hardwood Flooring, Etc.
Bring Us Your Estimates
Phone 140-R
Prompt Service
Albany, Oregon
DR. A. P. HOWELLS
Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeon
Velvet and Velveteen
on Winter Style Card
Frocks may come and frocks may
go. but apparently the little straight-
line frock Is destln«*d to go on for-
ever. For business wear, for shop­
ping snd for general all-around wear
nothing has ever succreded In taking
Its place in the hearts uf the feminine
wearers
Now that the wlntrr days are upon
us, one sees this simple dress In in­
creasing numbers And since color Is
to play such an Important part thia
season, these frocks feature the moat
lovely shade« of brown, green, beige,
and many t«n«m of blue. When worn
with small hats of matching felt the
effect la decidedly smart.
A delightful little m<"lrt of black
velveteen has circular pieces Inserted
at the aldsa to give a little extra full­
ness. and epaulet sleeves that are long
and slightly open at the wrist. The
neck finishes with long ends thst may
be worn cither loose »nd flowing or
tied, as the wearer d«-»lre*
Another nns-plece frock Is of twill
•ad h«s arrow head Inverted plaits as
requires from 2% to 3 year«?
Oregon Milk Company
achievement of the dyers, who said at
first It could n«>t te done, la the tinting
of the background of crepes and chif­
fons For example, a pattern of pink
roses and paatei leaves la printed on
a field of the faintest rose tint One
<>f purple pa»»l»u flowers <>n a ground
of pale lavender, and no on through
all the gorgeously colored garden, pic-
tur«*d In three fabrics of exquisite tex
lure.
Was Your
Grandmother*« Remedy
b ¿ a >
Mr. Dairyman
Do you know that you caa
Garfield Tea
k
i
Are Used for Designs of
Dress Materials.
Just
Another
Story
About
the
Goodness
of
O i s mra I
Chic Coat for Girls;
Brown Velours Cloth
Office- Phone •
Residence: >10
Send for Osteopathic Literature
dtflce First Savings Bank Building,
Albany, Oregon
FARM LOANS
Writs for booklet describing our
twenty-year amortised rural
credit farm loan Insurance com­
pany rates are very low
So
commission or othtr «xp»nse.
W. A Ewing,
Pr»»!d»nt
T J Munkera.
Vice-President
The Scio State Bank
E. D. Myers. Cashier
Albany, Oregon
Poes a General Banking
Business.
interest paid
on time deposits.
EAT TO LIVE
The Highway Repair Shop
BEAM LAND COMPANY
The better you eat.
The better you Uve.
Neco ad and Baker Nta.
Imperial Cafe
Cylinder Reborlng
Telephone 412
Pat Murphy, Proprietor
General Anto Repairing
Albany, Oregon
A. IL Bart
9. A. híspete
Albany, Oregon
Lowe & Morrison
Hellable I ndrrtakers
All funerals given personal
attention by Mr. Lows
N. C. L»««'«
N. I. Merr.MR
t.«ban..n
Fboa»— I>sy B»T
Fhoa» >t
Fbune -Night. sM
RILEY SHELTON
Real Estate Broker
and Notary Publle
Abstracts Obtained. Examined
BC1O
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G. F. KOR1NEK
THOMAS LARGE
Teteriaariaa
STAYTON ... - OREGON
Calls Answered Pay or Night
Tuberculin Testing
DR. J. W. GOIN
Trlertaarian
Rterillty, Abortion. T. B. Testing
Phons»: office. 1»4 J Res T0>
ALBANY. OREGON
«»•Ideal Agent
City and Farm Property Sold.
Liat With Me— No Exclusive
Contract
DR. A. G. PRILL
Physician
•nd
Surgeon
District Surgeon 8 P. Railway
Scio, Oregon
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Shirred Effects on Wraps
Nhlrred effects first noted tn the
little velvet hats have extended to .
dresses and evening wraps
The
•hlrred velvet evening cape «nd coat
• re seen very often Twoplero drew««-«
ef crepe de chine very often employ i
»birring« for decorative treatment.
Dr. P. T. Tweed, D. V. M.
DR. C. FICQ
Veterinarian
DENT18T
Oregon
Albany
Phoae U or trt
Albany
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