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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                TWO DAILY CAPITAL House Cleaning Time Is Here HILDREN Should not be dosed for the outside Elsworth Turner nephew of Mhs Emma Swift left Thursday for ms home in San Antonio Texas where he will spend the vacation with hh parents EJsworth has been attend ing the University H Miss Ivy Seaber is receiving her 1 friends after an illness at St MariSj Hospital Miss Seaber iill not be f able however to resume the chair of the evening and there is an excellent j Ihistorv Jefferson City High School jolly evening for those who can at 1 tend The taxi men have arranged to We have Wall Paper Alabastine Wall Paper Cleaner Window Shades Kyanize Varnishes and Brushes Why not clean up now BARTLETT BOOK STORE Phone 268 302 E High St I this year Mrs Albert Zuendt of St Louis is visiting friends in Jefferson City iMrs Ernst Simonsen entertained a of Mrs Zuendts friends Thurs iday afternoon at her apartment on after a visit J H Bredeman in the home of Mr JiHSgh street MissEose the i Art Club in the Womans Association of Commerce Rooms Wednesday ev ening Miss Henrietta McMillan was the leader and the program was upon Turey All of Jefferson City loves Pauline Unxwiier charming daughter of Col and A Linxwiler and regret S C Keown of a guest in the home of his cousin Mrs J B Keown Mrs C B Howard will leave Sat urday for Kansas City for a stay of j that js again confined to her home Mrs D M and Evening Reception Simonsen several weeks Mr and Mrs H J Lartonoix are entertaining Mrs Fred Morton son of and 1 Mrs F B Long will return to Se dalia today after a visit in the home of Mr and Mrs J Siethodist Cohan inVSven Keys to Bald Episcopal Guild Auxiliary of Grace Church Mrs Robert Meet g0f the Euphrosyne Club p m DeAum of Milwaukee Jefferson Brady in Sinners Miss Tedclie Franklin of Efdon is1 the guest of Miss Mary Lee Mrs Hudson Harvey of Marshall has been visiting Miss Mary tague Mrs W H Pohle nee Miss Lavinia will ar rive soon to visjit her mother Mrs give tend rates to those who care to atj Many women of prominence in edu1 cational work in Missouri are visitors j at the County Superintendents meet week Mrs Marie Turner Mrs Clara Graham Missj ing this XiHi Cji j A v Alberta Call ison Mrs Aria B Wil liams Miss Gertrude Fulcher Mrs S V Glebe Mis Anna L Simms Mrs Lillie Hallowell Miss Alberta G Murphy Mrs Mabel Douglas Lizzie White Miss Hallie Burlson Miss Vivion Gaty Miss Blanche Sum mers Miss Edna Craven Miss Eliza beth Branwest Miss Agnes Rank and Miss Carrie A Huston are amon out of town guests I Miss Pauline has had a siege since winter and it is the wish of all that her health will soon be restored Every week is a gaily one Next week on Tuesday minstrel benefit forthe Roscoe EnloePost The boards up at Mr Brandenbergers on Saturday and seats will go as rap idly as they have on previous occa BillySmith with his minstrel Fields show look like two burned holes in a Every time I Johnson she seems sions will make the Al Derkum Mr Hugh Proctor who has been attending Missouri University has been the guest of Hugh Schuetz be fore going to his home in Miss Ruby Sapp who has been the Mrs Harvey Saubert and children MarthaOverstreet returned j ArtlmoreJ to her Home m Columbia Anumber affairs were given in her have their honor back1 witKuiit question if HUNTS Salve 5n truunentof A RINGWORM TETTER other itching diieuesTrT 75 cent boi ml our rixk G A Fiscners Drug Store Alex Hope will leave today for Mexico to accept a position with the A P Green Brick and Tile Co Mr Hope will be in charge of the adver tising department Elon Whitney son of Mr and Mrs A T Whitney is iSSm The Seniors have arranged a most interesting evening for their friends whom they cordially invite to the high school auditorium this eveningA real sennet jazz evening and carnival Attractive booths for home made can dies The spirited Seniors are giving this entertainment to raise funds for the Jdarcullns the high school than she did the last is so pretty and has sucha fetching way of speaking Mrs Johnson was Agnes Shackleford the daughter of gressman and Mrs Shackleford City and Washington was one of the most popular girls in the Congressional set in The Johnsons have the most adorable little threeyearold daugh feetly darling child Agnes mother is coming to visit them in May they have so many relatives Lesj ter Halls and the Kan1 sas City Independent Friends of tte Presbyterian ladies areniost cordially invited to the home of and Mrs D M Oberman in Woodcrest this afternoon The affair visa benefit for the circle of which Mis Oberman is a leader The members will have a sale of fancy work and tea will be served program wiUbe given in FRIDAY APRIL 192K see Mrs Robert j more attractive isr aaoraoie p j tera per15cuian is bcarred by Earlhqiiike and Flood Little is Known of It City Judostavia Give Italians is One of the Oldest in the World April which judoslavia now of the kingdomof the Serbes old and have suffered terribly I have Croats and Slovenes is reported to tried many remedks and doctors but gd O I i had itching piles ever since Scutsria my earliest recollection I am 53 years ficially t no vour in ex About S weeks ago I i j ad for Petersons Ointment The change for Fiume is described in Christ As the descendant the j iiibes of those times trie Albanians have a lineage ifar older than most European Dr Edwin A Grosvenor states It i to regard them as the mostancient peo pie of southeastern jiurope descend ants of the 1 In northern Albania feudal and tribal practices of the middle ages survive and the light impress Conj stantinoples rule made upon Scu tari itself is denoted by a traveler reported upon one pcca sion a gendarme pointed to a pass erby and said with admiration That j ye muth respected he Used Bv Three GeheratiipjiS Mitt BUUglELD RECMATOitCb DOT nestling of itment that is worth a hundred j verdant islets aricl the mountains of i mountain people of our own countryj rllars or more a box a trial nortl m Albania snow capped for they won admiration for fine physi rely yours A ColunAiis of ffie year rising and keen minds unimpaired by cured You have my grateful heart felt thanks and may everyone that hastMs trouble seethis and give your 1 waters of Lake Scutari with its ittT ointment dollar cerely yours A the greater part of the year rising Petersons Ointment for Piles Ecjto form anAlplike background zem a and sores larsre box dr o ders filled Ointment industry industri Tnc Buffalo G A Fischer will i J ous and frugal artisans andmaterial supplj ypu souvenirs of centuries of a high cul rure Scutari has been scarred by sword earthquake and flood It is the principal city of Albania and ofi brought between the limpid j into sudden contact and like some of the ON TIMBER BMD TRSCT Headed by i Lee Jordan Howard Property in of most v investments made Jeffieri1 business men was made by Lee Howard Leo Weiler A others wtio I purchased timber and keen minds unimpaired by j landswhich were to a soft First the Austrianslarge lumber company of esjs only 60 cents But the comparison ceases with j overraii Ajbaiia pusliing south of approximately Mail the setting Instead city Scutari to Durazzo in Theproperty is said to one of HARVEY CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL land arid but were routed by the the finest pieces of timber Via Italians vho proclaimed Albania an i was purchased by thei localmen for independent country in June consideration of sold andset a provisional government toa big southern1 lumber 1 Haney JD Dow a wellknown Ee j publican attorney of Sedalia 1 fiied his declaration as a candidate for Attorney General Mr Dow is quite active in Eepublican politics j and is president of the Eepublican j Club of Missouri Sedalia also has candidateifor the Democratic nomi SBatiqn in tie person of Senator Mark Scutari has a population estimatj The many friends the local inr Albania Gibbon VTote a century agoij ed It lies fourteen vestofs will know of Tie Patacake Guarantee IF you are not com pletely satisfied with Patacaks go to the from whom you it and get your money back Hewin refund it cheerfully oa your mere request Thats all you need for a perfect cake Each package of Patacake contains enough eggs sugar flour milk baking powder shortening and flavoring to bake a perfect cake Each ingredient is carefully tested and must measure up to the highest standard of purity Each ingredient is carefully measured and all of them are proportioned so that you are always sure of a good cake You can make any kind of a cake cake loaf cake or cup cake You can add nuts or raisins You can use any sort of filling The way you ice or serve your cake is a matter of personal un varying goodness of Pataeake is a fixed fact It only takes two minutes to mix one package of Pat acake with cup of it intogreased tins and you have as good a cake as you ever baked when you fussed and fumed and went to all ttfe trouble of mixing a cake the old fashioned uncertain way Patacake is covered by an unqualified moneyback we have never had to refund one cent Get your Patacake at your grocers today Millers since 1774 MFG CO Paricake Flour and ISpy Butkwlleat Mixture I that it was less the inland front the Adriatic Near it tenor cf tractor and reaper have converted the in terior of America into a world gran1 ary Albania remained under Turk ish rale one of the wildest most primitive and Jeast known places of Europe It took the World War to make name more recognizable than it was when a letter addressed Albania was returned from Albany N to its English sender with the notation Not for Albany try East met West in Scutari before the Turkish rule was lifted in 1913 TONIGHT At and 9 their success in theventure MISS LINXWILER The manv friends of Miss Pauline is the changeful course of the of the Boyana where a kind of sardine Js caugfot in large quantity Fish plentiful in Lake which also j Linxwiler daughter of Gol is noted for its aquatic A Linxwiler will regret tohear is again confined to her home because of Her niany friends are hoping for her early NOTICE To those interested in tennis First annual meeting of the Jef ferson City Tennis Club will beheld Sunday afternoon May 2nd at m at the offices of the Hugh Stephens Printing Co If you were not a member last leason and wish ALBERT E CREEDON GRIFFIN 20AcRE TRACT The 2Qacre taact of Henry Grif fin lying west of the city tiasbeen purchased by Albert E Greedcn Tie to play this summer be present at j place is well located very iClosely barred windows few women this meetingand present your name of acreage fin rlimnlr 1 1 T t jl O A Cti rpl r A CTOA AUCES 1 scored her greatest success as aj SINNERS This story of the pitfalls and snares of the city has been made into a photoplay by Realart Direction of Kenneth Webb Scenario by Eve Unsell on te streets and those heavily veiled proclaimed the Mohammedan quarter while more familiar homes and a medley of and Slav costumes betokened the Christian section Mohammedan and Christian necesasrilymet on street and in shop but as one writer then put it the very air is electrified with their intense suppressed hatred of each i Always toward the Christian I stage star in Owen Davis drama quarter were trained Turkish guns from the medievalfort on the minia ture Gibraltar rock befiind the city Yet so confident was the Turk of the Albanians loyalty when pledged that Albanians formed the Sultans bodyguard Italys interest in Al baniadates back to the Venetian occupation of Albania in the mid dle ages when this rock was strong ly fortified Perhaps the Venetian also accounts for the gondolalike boats that ply on Lake Scutari To reach Scutari from any Montenegrin town on the north side of Lake Scu tari one boards a The sharp pointed prof and stem rise high out of the water Oarsmen propel it by short quick jerks often acoqmpany ing their strokes by a wild barbaric chant There is one of the j passengers stand as they do on ferry boats Despite its pVist obscurity Scu taria is one of me oldest cities of It was the Illyrian kingSrLtenj centuries for membership The was A DRY TOAST VAUDEVILLE MLMA MELLS TRIO Comedy Novelty Theres a laugh in the Theres a smile in the brew Theres the taste of the same We drank long ago too It functions just right For its full of good cheer Its a nations delight For its NOT a near It brings words to the tongue And a light to the eye While from memorys wrung Thoughts of glad days gone by Heres a toast to the old That we drink with the new MINNEHAHA thats sold As a real lagered brew Admission 11 arid I7c Copyright 1320 Golden Grain HAASLIEBER Wholesale   

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