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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                Cfcarles Haeketts First English Reco The Christian Womans Board of Minions will meet on Thursday with Mrs R S Vineyard on West j street E LIQUID QUICK EFFECT i Wallace Yost will entertain the j i association has accom iiW J Kiely willentertain St Ann great worK n flclo ill 0 W Barnes will leave soon Kiiksville he will take work for several months in the School of x p ijl The PaiontTeaeher of itlic Failview School iV arranging linn ice cream iete ior Saturday even jijing1 of this week HIS famous New York Metro A politan Opera Company tenor sings as his first English record that beautiful love ballad Id Build a World in of a Come in and exclusive Columbia artist sing Other Good Records Willis and Russell Plank of Kansas City have gone to New York i to enter work in radio Both young men attended the Missouri University last veui of prespiration wont take it outj If so conic let us give you a ancUynu will have naturj ally curly hair all summer If you j have any superfluous hair on your I face you want removedpermanently j II A t cal 20S Mrs A ick S02A East High St McCorm 429tf 1 OBS CALOMEL OF Born when Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden of Died May Fourth Nineteen Twenty Burial and Funeral Service at B Medicinal Virtues Retained and Improved Dangerous and Sickeains Qualities Removed New Tablet Called Popular Songs Chas Harrison Peggy Say it With Flowers Chas Harrison GoodNight Quartette We Song to Remember Swanee Al Jolson My Gal Frank Crumit Dance Records BiiekuiaDardanella Fox trot Limehouse Nights One Step Dancing Honeymoon by Art Hickmahs FeeFiFoFum Instmmental Records Serenade Violin Brown Itefrain Violin Solo Eddy Brown First Waltz Accordian Selections from Faust Accordion duet Orpheus in Hades part Orpheus in Hades part 2 Symphony Orchestra Jjbijiejiv this afternoon and hear these records Or order and we will deliver them to your A2883 85s A288S 85e A28S4 85c A287K 85c Mrs W T Carrington and Missi Belle Keown will entertain tlie Letitiaj j W are Circle of the Christian church Friday afternoon at the Carrington home in Wagner Place i j Mrs J S Sullivai has been St Louis and Miss Agnes Black of Pittsburgh arrived Monday I Miss Black will be the guest of Mrs Sullivan for several weeks Mr and Mrs William Ruwart are j entertaining their mother Mrs W Wilder of Ste Genevieve The little of M and Mrs Kuwait has ities Now it is the easiest and most t TOwlMTiac tn IJTIP been christened Billie Ruth The latest triumph of modern phar macv is a denauseated calomel tab let known to the drug trade as Calo Calomel the most generally useful of al medicines thus enters upon a wider field of purified and refined from those objec tionablequalities which have hereto fore limited its use In biliousness constipation head indigestion and in a great variety of liver stomach and kidney troubles calomel was the most success fu remedy but its use was oftenneg lected on account of its sickening Mrs J L Thorpe Mrs George pleasant of medicines to take One tablet on the tongue at bedtime witH a swallow of No taste no griping no nausea no salts AFTER THE AMERICAN LEGION MINSTREL THE MAY FOURTH Friends are invited Omit Flowers UvPlsairk Etl S Ramsey Mrs Geo A good nights sleep and the TtTin A2882 A2891 Sac A6110 phone PHIL A Phone 704 JEWELER 215 E High Street Root Mrs N E Williams Mrs Geb Mrs G Sanders Mrs Pv T Rsuley Mrs AI Mrs L Perry Mrs and MissEmma i Swift were hostesses at the all day j you are feeling fine with a cean ifvfer a purified system and AXTISALOONISTS j investigations of other possiblecan 1 SIX ELEPHANTS STAMPEDE il V CL j I big appetite Eatwhat you j 7 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES didates will be made Todays statej WHEN DOG GRABS 1 OF THEM ftin I No danger V Calotabs are sold only in original packages price yfive missionary meeting Methodist church j refuncj price as a guarantee that j Monday A f Cumin was injyoa vnll be thoroughly delighted witlv i chargeof tlie program land Mrs JH Cutten read papers on1 Japan arid China AYM BUSBY HAS PLACE Vm Busby has been given a WESTERVILLE May 6 The nient also reaffirmed previous declar1 AntiSaloon League of 8tions that the AntiSaloon League Q through Dr P A Baer its general no candidate to offer to superintendent today placed j a a local amusement of on seven presidential eilherthe EeFubhcan or Democratic park yesterday afternoon The am didates They are Hoover National Conventions Lowden McAcloo Hughes Poindexterj ind Bryan mals were swimming in a lake a dog jumped into the water and tion as secretary to his father statement Mrs Frank tiillham gave adinner mm Q Busby of the bitienists of the count for her little daughter Margaret Ann gelTjce Commission for the support any of these men Monday evening at the Giilham apart r rruy nomiworiy Use Parisian Sageand m j were captured five iniles east of the X stop your hair fall i i mention Ejet High street The occaI Subscribe for the NEWS sibn the fourth clay Sf little Miss The I guests were seated at a tiny dining table and a well appointed dinner was served Ann Russell Hoefer Mary Elizabeth McClurig arid Louise Busby were seated with Miss Giilham Mrs HFred Voth and the Misses Hoefer were also guests who enjoyed the oc guaranteeit will Announcement also vvas made that ing out or return your No one Avas injured a lilWS Mrs T C Butts left Monday for Sedalia Mrs Lavinia Sutton has gone to Ex Fairview ParentTeachers Associa tion met in regular session day afternoon A reportof the State Convention which met at Kirksville three ago was given by Mrs i celsior Springs for a short visit i C B Corwin who was sent by the Mrs I Wasserkrug who has been ParentTeachers organization of tlie CALENDAR in St Gass is at home from Indianapolfs St Louis and Sedalia Mrs Itla Happy will entertain the Wednesday evening card club this Mrs R J Club Le gion Minstrels Christian day meeting of Division No 1 3Trs ileinrichs is entertaining1 Club of Worn jicr sifter Mrs Fred Hoover of Kan aiis Association of Commerce Dr sas City Heed speaker Mrs William j jvijss Mary Hoiloway has gone to from M S U Home Economics Department met with the outlined a planof the incoming year Miss Jensen ha been assisting for several months past irthe Fairview Club j Toronto Ontario for a visit of three svees V Mrs S B Cook has returned from I Louis O Judge D M Blair has gone to Kan H T is attending the Journalism festivities in Columbia this week The Housewives League will meet at oclock on Wednesday at the KIGHT at Mrs C Tiwin and Mrs Joseph Kolkmcyer will go to Kansas City toj pajhc av to attend the Republican convenj i I Mrs Charles G Kevelle gone to j her home in St Louis after visit with Mrs E J Miller Mrs J M Atkinson and son John of St Louis have gone to Texas for a visit of six weeks iKloncy bak without cues HONT5 Salve fails in treatment of ITCil ECZEMA TETTER m Other tching sktn diseases Try tt 75 fcnr bos at oui G A Fischers Drug Store BEST QUALITY Prepared bg LL malted milks have barley malt in them but Bordens Malted Milk is processed imder a low enough tempera ture to preserve the digestive action of the malt ferments A high temperature not only kills malt ferments but also affects and injures the which are elements of foocL l The luncheon which was have been given by the members of the Tuesday Club today has been post gLEJCTRTCITY IS ITS COMFORTS LECTRIC LECTR1CAL W CEVERHARDT Proprietor f ifflNSlKELS Local Talent Street Parade at Noon 310 Madison St Phone 1177 E C T R IiC A L REPAIRING OF ALL KIN PRICES oOc to Plus Tax TICKETS AT REXALL DRUG STORE NOW Tlie action of malt ferments upon the nutritive elements of the milk and wheat makes Bordens Malted Milk to assimilate with very little tax on the digestive organs Sixty years experience in the handling and manufacture of milk products enables Bordens to combine purity palatabiHiy arid nourishment in a malted milk Bordens Malted Milk offers you pure appetis ing nourishment at a low cost Not only is the raw material standardized but the finished product as well Country best soft winter wheat floiir row Manchurian barley grown in Wisconsin enough mineral salts for bbdily nerve arid tissue building The pride of farm and dairy products processed together in the pure Borden As a a Malted Milk gains friends daily THE BORDEN COMPANY Borden Bldg 108 Hudson Street New L 4 i   

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