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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                PAGS The Brunswick Tin is here to stay Mark that down And the quality will remain constant and high just as has been the case with every Brunswick product since 1845 This 75 year old habit of making the best means much to motorists as applied to Brunswick Tires One is enough to convince you s up to you to iUoonvillc inher fatiier Senator Livess ney back without HUNTS Solve in treatment of ITCH ECZEMA RINGWORM TETTER or other itching skin diseases Tiy 75 cent boi our risk G A Fischers Drug Store idren of Kansas City Mr and Mrs I White are cnroute to Springfield to reside 1 The Finis Chapter 1812 will have the pleasure of entertaining the State President Oltofy on the 20th of A chapter meeting will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Stephens Mrs F Binder entertained with a bridge and tea Wednesday after noon at her home on Elmerine avenue The honored guests were Mrs Morton Jordan of St Louis and Mrs Percy Hord of Philadelphia Sixteen guests played bridge the trophies being won bv Mesdamc E J Miller J L She was Fat Tne shadow oa this picture younn idea bow she IKJ tett Kf tai Lffleolsi Institute to Hold Its Annual Commeneemeat Second Year of President Rich ardsons Administration ISears Close The FortyEeight Annual Com mencement of the Lincoln Institute he held this year from May 23 to 27 and exercises preliminary to the closing of the school year have already bejcun The Institute is near the end of f an unusually successful term a fact Take tablets Without f ear li j easy directions of Jxctrein SJ5 lem she reduced 38 Ihs in three nionUis Kovr she is asila sttruiin men taiy jJert sal la better bealtb Sellable antifat I Maafr cen haTe reduced easily totiasly 10 to CO pounds Beewze ts remain Safe pleasant l endorsed by iSwsidaiss GUARANTEE Buy at drvfthis w writ ivr rte brochure to you in paa wrapper la jiorein KD30J Station P KBW York Cilr have on display in ouroff ice a gas by this company March 81 1876 are suiious to if there are gas recq Jeff erson Gity ofau earlier In fact we we to find the oldest gas receipt issued by this comp order to iind this document we make the lollowii gestion and proposition for which its president Clement Richardson is in DO small degree responsible Mr Richardson became the head of the school in 1918 and its steady improvement since that time has been largely due to his ad you see the safety Bayer Cross Fiftythree graduates comprise the Thorpe and Edward S Flad At partments of the Institute this year oclock a number of ladies and gen jtlemen called for a social hour with iMis Bitders honored quests Misses One will receive the degree of Bache lor of Arts from the college depart ment seventeen are to be graduated Mvrene Houchin and Juliet Price sal from the normal department four teen from the half course and T A J VIJ J JliJ J m at the tea table Mrs tt I twentyone from the high school and Mrs Georec Waener and Miss Commencement season exercises and Mrs George Wagner Irene Slate assisted the hostess began with the intersociety decla mation contest held in the Institute Forty members of the Winnie Davis Saturday evening The Chapter D C enjoyed the May meeting which was held at the home of J D Lindsay in Wagner Place on Wednesday afternoon Mrs i W TV Graves Mrs J C Russell Mrs K L Salmon Misses Alice Bar next event will be a student enter tainment st the Second Baptist Church next Fridayevening when a program of music and readings will be heard A program of instrument al music will be given in the Insti If you want the true j Aspirin as prescribed by physicians j I for over eighteen years you must ask j for Bayer Tablets of The Bayer Cross is stamped on each tablet and appears on eachpack age for your protection against imita tions In each package of Bayer Tablets For the oldest gas receipt prior to March Ul 1876 delivered to our office en orjjbefcire May we will pay For the next oldest receipt For the third oldest receipt For the next ten oldest receipt 1 HUNT UP YOUR OLD GAS RECEIPTS i Dig into the old chest in your garret You a gas receipt that will pay you for the trouble tions for Colds Headache Neuralgia Toothache Earache Rheumatism i LumbagOj Neuritis and for Pain in j general j Handy tin boxescontaining 12 tan1 lets cost but a few cents Druggists I also sell larger Bayer packages j Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer i Manufacture of Monoaceticacidestcr of j rett Helen Ruthven and Mary Louise tute Saturday Bowles were assistinpr hostesses Mrs j aml speak J T White was in charge of the that time The closing exercises Mrs A T Dunim read a pa1 i per upon the Topics of the Day and Mrs Lindsay Miss Oliver and Mrs Paul Schmidt gave themusical part of the program Mrs C P Hourrh presented certificates of mem bership to members who have recently come into the chapter A general tea given at the home of Mr and Mrs D C McClnng during the last j the month picnic this year There will be no Doyou want curly hair so water prespiration wont take it put If so come let us give you a pernia wave and you will have natur ally curly hair all summer If you have any superfluous hair on your faceyou peitnanently call Phone M McCorm East High St 429tf TONIC OR TUBERCULOSIS J B BlackwelF Parsons Kansas says Doctors told me my lungs were Took seven months treat getting weaker A friend advised me to try McMulliris Idid so and got relief at oncefrom my cough Health improved and gained weight I am now entirely free from all symptoms I cheerfully recom mend McMuIIins Tonic to everyone suiTering with bronchial trpu bles or asthma The dreaded germ of tuberculosis is undermining the health of thousands can now be had McMullins Tonic attacks the tuberculosis gives quick and lasting relief You owe it to yourself to try it Guar anteed tr irivo satisfaction Mfrrl only bv TildcnMcMuliin Sedalia Mo For Palo bv B P Tolson Jefferson Citv Mo of the Lincoln Institute Model School will be held on the evening of May 22 Avifeature of the program will NEW PORTICO IS BEING j BUILT AT CENTRAL HOTEL Work on the construction of a new portico in front of the Central Hotel has been started and will be rushed to completion The addjticn of this feature will give the hotel a much j better appearance and will be a great j convenience for guests desiring to sit upstairs to watch the traflic and rest this summer It is being constructed of cut stone Jefferson City Light and Power Company H S KILBY Acting General Superintendent be the perscntation of a pantomime j pillars and will present an attrac Rip Van by the students tive architectural appearance The Commencement exercises propj er will begin with the baccalaureate WIND BREAKS WINDOW IN f 51 AE mMMRDPii to continue their efforts until tte UlMlDilK Uf vUlfiillMlS J is reached 7 DRIVE ON IN CARTHAGE The club r i ing the Jast or two resulttliat Carthageis now one of Goal most lively towns in this section Twenty Teams Which Are jof the State fact it has Doing Work i heretofore tieen considered a strictly sermon Sunday afternoon May 23 and each day of the week will be devoted to a special program The weeks schedule is as day Senior Class Day exercises Tuesday Junior Normal play Wed nesday Inspection of School and military drill on the campus Thurs PELTASON STORE FRONT Theheavy wind which accompanied the Tain yesterday afternoon broke j a window in the building occupied bv j the D and A Peltason store The i glass had been cracked before when j the frame was being repaired a fewj The merchandise in the day Industrial exhibition and Senior window was removed before any Normal Class Day Exercises damage was done by the rain wiich J 3 I I Commencement Dav in a fewmoments By Associated CARTHAGE Chamber of Commerce membership drive was morn ing teams composed of three members each met at Cham ber headquarters and staitecl out with lists of prospective members It is the pres ent membership of the organization during the campaign the goal hav ing been placed at active mem bers The members of the soliciting committees have pledged themselves residential city JJINSENS PRELIMINARY HEARING THIS MORNING i Oscar Jinsen chargedwith steal jing a magneto from the State High jway tcrday afternoon in Justice W W Goodalls court Jinsen pleaded not and his preliminary healing held at 10 ocoek this mom Subscribe NEWS MAN FOUND DEAD IN WELL IDENTIFIED BY RELATIVES Kv Associated Press LIBERAL May body of Frank Sutton a Libeial man found in a well near Ver non Texas the skull crashed and a heavy stone attached by a rope had been identified by a relative here Sutton had been absent from home several months The motive for the killing is a mystery Money was found in the dead mans clothes PRINTERS TO HAVE TEAM by the Hugh Stephens Printing have chal lenged the Obennan employes team for a ball gaaie at Kuwaits park Saturday afternoon The printers are said to have a good team n flf fiTl Siitrer rams and Aclies IZirvf years nso I had u scvrrfi ciuc to svpaknoss Kniiiiinc weaKnpss 01 I with I contiuual j Vj ly uliout as j riisoniblciis one EUa Lou Carter is at home s f just with Mrs CliiTord Lcc Toiler on Jackson street CALENDAR and G A are cnlcr tiitiiiir their son and his family from New Orleans La o Mrs King of Ft Worth Texas rc in the home of Mr and iir J C Cullen o two of Dr s iavoritc piv tolv V A P IT 1001 X St At and Only times ShownHere Jesse L Lasky Presents CECIL B DE MILLES Production ML A Picture Fav tl ws ail ninciown 3Crecn Macpherson nervous iud nor fiocp and Mrs George AVagner havjj all not t I n of would irom j they pnnt the winter wl it c Association McClunp Club Mir E 0 Super Fea ture Picture Picnic j Margaret Morris enter tain the student body of SimonscrH Michi School Fiiday evening at Me Avc i fit 7 vint Mr and Mrs John Cutlen Judjrc and J T arc en Weak Founded en J M Barrios fa jmous play The Admirable ft VCint y t IO P1SD VvIltl tt 13 it t j AT JT ji Adapted for the and Mrs Shepherd Barclay Clung Park iuivs to St Louis after a i o j her son and daughter Mr Virginia Livesay is entertain j and Mrs Turner Wliite and chil it ri of ivhom iS sa Avc A pictnre that seizes the crea tures cf a irjisfit strips them of their false fronts and handicaps flings them down in a land where nature rules and says Try again love DEPENDABLE ABJOLUTELY 4 V A A I LIQUID UiCKLY time i TI vnvl when I o iTy Or ito Prfemiiiion iint isrii one IHIN if risp ThvM like TCturnrii Javorili is Dr Iiorciis can now ji in tftblrt form as woll is to Lnvnlids Hotol Buftjiio X for a 1 i ccat trial cackase cj tablets ADMISSION 17 AND 2Sc GALLERY 11 AND 17c eTl n f IR it U T C0 GGS flour sugar baking ore the ingredients of Patacake Each ingredient iscarefully festedand notvone thing goes into Patacake until it measures up to the highest standard of purity The Patacake Guarantee If you are not com pletely satisfied with Patacake go to the grocer from whom bought it and get yopr money hack He will 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