The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, December 31, 1925, Page 2, Image 2

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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
Demand Continues
for Jumper Suits
Comfy Raccoon Coat |g
Liked by Little Girls
Dairyman
One-Piece Outfit, Built of
Heavy Material, Alto
Fashionable.
Dispose
The two-plec* or jumper suit le In
great demand, a* It has been sines
last spring But for colder weather
tli* « >i .<• { !•■< *> built ,,f 1,,-nry material
1* more practical, and very fashion
able, note* a fashion writer In the
N*W York 'Hines. Patou has designed
for moderate winter weather some
strikingly smart fro»ks of thl* type, In
men's suitings.
These ar* severely
taiioreil, hut are treated Individually,
wltl» buttons, pocket flaps revere
cuffs Moat of the miníela ar*
toned down the middle front
belted with a narrow strap of the
giMxls. In a design of wool mixture In
beig* and brown th* upper ¡»art open*
with long revere. Is fastener! with
half a doses buttons and belted be­
low the waist. Two narrow d*rt like
tuck* at each side give a slightly
shaped effect. Tbe frock Is worn over
a slip of ribbed silk which show* as
a llttl* vest at the top and • petticoat
at the bottom.
Patou baa Indulged
hie fancy for making s|>orta suite In
eeveral other engaging designs In
some of which he accomplishes a
alight flare In th* skirt
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Produce
oe»e requires from 2',4 to 3 yearsT
Oregon Milk Company
Condensery, Scio. Oregon
All kind* of Iron and Bras* Callings
Repair Wort and Blacksmithing
ALBANY IRON WORKS
Engines, Mill and Mining Machinery
Live Rolls. Used Blocks. Log Turnsrs, Log HauH,
Cobi* Conveyors and Hop* Feed Work.
Tlie slim, boyish line Is In evidence
In a Simpl« frock of printed »•I»«
One of the popular models In rac­
coon to keep the little daughter warm
during the blustery days of winter. It
has pockets and largo roll collar, and
le lined with a warm material, making
* moot satisfactory garment.
I'lensure that len t shared with an
other loses half Ita power to phase.
Albany, Oregon
Phone 61
ALBANY ABSTRACT COMPANY
Abstracters of city and country property in Linn County. Work
quickly completed
Our certificates guarantee safety. Prices con­
form to ths established raise throughout the country.
LSI LA SSITCMILL. •sscstary
Extreme Daintiness for
Milady’s Bedroom Only
can
l«/r'kH. why can't I have a skin Ilk*
other girls! Why do I hav* to
have thee« ugly pimple*. blotch** and
blackhnade!
“If I could only And something thst
would clear up my akin and give me
hack my soft, rosy complulon. I know
I would b* th* happiest girl in th*
world! What can I do!"
Is that you talking! If it Is, you
don't have to worry a minute! Just
build up th* rich, red blood tn your
body. T hen your skin will be as cl*ar
•nd soft as anybody's.
That's what 8. H 8. has been doing
for generation»—helping Nature build
rich, red blood! You can build red-
blood-cells so fast that th* Impurities
that cause breaking out on th* skin
hardly get into the aystem befor* th*
pur* blood annihilate* them — kills
them right out — slops them from
breaking out through the skin.
And then thia rich. red. pur* blood
feed» and nourishes the tissues of th*
•kin and keeps It looking boalthy.
That's all (her* la to
It
Healthy, vigorous,
ted blood such as 8. 8. 8.
kelps N a t u r • build,
make* yon healthy all
aver. It beautifies your
•kin — drives away pirn-
plea, blackheads. blotch**. rash, bofla
and *csems -gives you back your ap-
petit*—builds flrm. plump flesh and
fills you full of new Ilf* and energy
All drug stores sell 8 8 8. Get th*
larser bolt I*. It's mors »<ouomkal.
FOR OVER
200 YEARS
hear I cm oil has been a world­
wide remedy for kidney, liver and
bladder di »order*, rheumatism,
lumbago and unc acid conditions.
Boschee’s Syrup
Has RKXN
Relieving Coughs
for 59 Years
Carry a beetle In
your car sod always keep it in the
house. JOc and 40c a* all druggists.
L,
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Simple
Frock of Printed Volva
Black Satin Crepe.
brorhe and black satin crepe,
deep plaiting which give« the full skirt
demanded uf fashion.
The present version of the knitted
frock Is a Jersey, which grows steadily
In favor
Tbe jumper frock of this
woven material stalls the last word
In com furl, durability and grace
Its
supple trxtur* la moat becoming to a
•lender flgure and In Itself Is youthful
when properly worn. In thia Jersey
cloth some uncommonly stnart model*
ar* shown. Th* color* ar* new and
varied, a* ar* the ways of handling
tbe material, the flare, the godet, the
plaited flounce. The bodice la usually
•lightly open at th* neck, with a slight
revere collar and string tie scarf.
Patou, luinvln and most of the French
designers are adding pocket* some
tiny, with little button flap*, some
large and practical. A belt Is Invari­
ably worn, made of th* awm* material
or of leather or metal.
It I* given to every woman to love
i soft color, frills. quiet luxury
Rome
crave dainty, feminine surroundings
tn their tomes more than other*. Horne
will work hard against odda to achieve
th* coveted effects
And some, tn
truth, will work a little too hard, mak­
ing their bedroom* fairly drip “sweet
ne»s" and their living and dining
rooms, even, express frivolous ideas
The place for extreme daintiness Is
In the bedroom—only.
Iler* ruflly
•{■reads and pretty llttl* pillows flow­
er-colored lsm{>* and aoflly tinted pic­
tures will be In good order, and If yon
confine your hankering for "flufT' ott­
tlrely to your boudoir, no one will
ba** the right to criticise Of coarse
you will know when enough la enough.
Avoid the sugary pink bonbon effect.
If you are settled on tbe point thst
your hangings and t>edcoverlnga shall
be of silk and your lamp* de< Idedly
decorative, your wisest step would be
to punhuse. not ornate furniture, but
something rvfltied and dellcat* tn line
•nd color.
Feather Fant Are Fad
for Formal Occationt
The fancy for feather fane le evi­
dent tn latest styles being shown In
Important shops. The gra<* and lux­
ury of the ersson'a more elaborate
costume quite logically msk* demand
for elegance in the accessories and
detail. Nothing la more suitable than
ostrich. Xlsny fans for formal evening
dress are still of enormous dimensions
and will be seen as the top note of
many a gorgeous toilette. These ar*
picturesque iu the extreme; regal af­
fairs that belong to tbr dowager type of
dress.
There are other*, light and
lovely a* a butterfly‘a wing, that will
appeal to the younger set. Thea* will
tw euchantlng with tulle and chiffon
dance frucka, for th* winter's social
campaign.
many curved sections that used Io Is
Outstanding Noveltie*
called tbe waist of a gown. It la un-
of Seagon’a New Modes douttedly true that form Iras, not to
The Parisian mod* la not nearly *o
capricious as It Is supposed to he. A
new fashion Is rarely a mere arbitrary
change for the sake of changing. It
la far more often a logical develop­
ment, and It is when a novelty la log­
ical that It stands the best chanc* of
acceptance. This year the outstand­
ing novelties of th* winter collection
might be briefly described as lit* flare,
the fl! and the bustle. The first has
been on the way foe a long time, win­
ning another yard each season. until
only the field of the outdoor wrap Is
left for It to conquer. Fitted bodlc*
line*, also, ar* no capric* of |»*me
Fasbloo Haring skirts have brought
them as surely a* th* short skirt
brought little bats or God made llttl*
apple*. Their chanc* of success Is
not so good •• that of flaring skirts
Too many other thing* come Into con
•Iderstlon. beginning with th* un
doubted power of sport* Influence on
all our clothes. Nevertheless, though
w* may be as far thl* year as last
from that extraordinary contraption of
■•y sloppy, line* ar* no longer In gen-
rral w**r The "corset figure'• is n>><
an Immediate danger, but a certain
trimness of thia part of th* garment
will get Itself accepted a* a distia
rulahlng mark of th* fashions of
IDOb-M
And If this suggestion of in ugno«*
add* a epic* nf restraint to what
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the _
French call lenu*. or general behavior,
perhaps It will be all the better Loose
manner* ar* less becoming than loose
clothes.
It I* Charlotte of ITemet
who has gon* the fartheat In thl* di­
rection. Some of her models are odd­
ly reminiscent of the late TO* or
earl lew Kki. that period beloved by
George Du Maurier. who delighted In
alx foot, elender limbed goddesses with
pur* Greet mmea and equally pur*
English minds — Harper** Baxasr
ALBANY PLANING MILL
E. W. SEARS, Prop.
Sash. Doom, Moulding, GI am , General Mill Work,
Windshields. Kitchen Cupboard», 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
Office Phon* «
Residence; 110
Bond tor Osteopathic Literature
Office First Savings Rank Building,
Albany, Oregon
FARM LOANS
Write for booklet describing our
twenty-year amortis*d rural
credit farm loan Insurance com­
pany ratea are very low.
N*
commission or other expense
BEAM LAND COMPANY
Albany, Oregon
W A Ewing.
President
T J. Manker*.
Vice-President
The Scio State Bank
E. D Myer*. Cashier
Does a General Banking
Business.
Interest paid
on lime deposita.
EAT TO LIVE
Tbe Highway Repair Shop
The better yon eat.
Tbe better yon Ur*.
Meco ad and Baker Mis.
Imperial Cafe
Cylinder Reboring
Telepheee «IS
Pal Murphy. Proprietor
General Auto Repairing
Albany, Oregon
A. JL Bart
B. A. k la pota
Albany. Oregon
Low* A Morrison
RILEY SHELTON
Meltable I adrrtakers
All fuasral* given persona)
attention by Mr. Low*.
N, C. Lew*
N. i. Mserisss
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Phons tl
Phoae—Nighi. •»*
Real
and
Aba tract*
SCIO
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Estate Broker
Notary Public
Obtained. Examined
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OREGON
G. F. KORINEK
THOMAS LARGE
Tetar! sarta a
Resident Areal
City and Farm Property Mold.
List With M*—No Exclusive
Contract
•TATTON .... OREGON
Calls Answered Day or Night
Tuberculin Tasting
DR. J. W. GOIN
V eterlnartan
Sterility. Abortion. T. B. Testing
Ph on se: Office. it«-J; R*s fol
ALBANY, OREGON
DR. A. G. PRILL
Physicien
•nd
Burgeon
District Surgeon S P Railway
Scio, Oregon
Dr. P. T. Tweed, D. V. M.
DR. C. FICQ
Veterinarian
Fur Vent*
Fur waistcoats are very smart when
worn with tailored suits nt present.
Chinchilla, mole and ermine are the
furs So used.
L. M. CUSL. RreslSsst, Attereey as* SSsnaser
Albany
DENTIST
Oregon
Phon* ÎS or IF1
Albany
Oregon