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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                FOR THE GRADU o N the very threshold of practical life the graduates are about irkls work The years of study seem insignificant compared to to take their places in the worlds work The years of study and preparation just closing the tasks ahead It is the time when the well wishesof parents and friends count much in easing the way Many a wish or piece of advice given to the graduate at this time is carried deep in the heart to bear fruit in after be recalled in fond and happy asso ciation later It is for this reason that graduating time is coming to be looked upon as a time for gift messages from happy parents ami generous well wishing friends A small but worthy jewelry gift carries with it a great deal of sentiment and the recipient will cherish it a lifetime You will be surprised what outlay will buy here in worthy articles of jewelry No trouble to show what we have Come in PHIL A DALLMEYER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 218 E HIGH ST PHONE 70i WE FIX OLD TIMERS DAILT CAPITAL NEWS her relatives in Jef Miss Beulah Moulder of Linn Creek and Mr Jack of Baggs are visiting Mr and Mrs Jolm Tennnen and Miss Neta Moulder Miss Xeta will graduate next week at the Jefferson City High School RELIEVED QUICKLY i NO DOPENO ACETAN1LIDB I TRY IT AND BE COMFORTABLE UDINE ITS UOUIDQUICKEFFECT iEageae V Debs ilis Juliet Price will leave at an early date for Dallas Texas to serve as bridesmaid to her college friend j i Miss Betty Bradford whose wedding Mr JlT Jennings will occur on the ninth of June of Charleston W will be house guests of Mips Price during the lat ter part of the month of June Prison Term Socialist Presidential Nominee Seymour Stedman Named for Vicepresident Over Kate OKare Prisoner Here Mrs Henry Schmidt entertained bmliro club Thursday afternoon Eight ladies played and the prize was won Walsh Miss NellclPresWency of the United Statos at the Socialist partys national conven Ey Press NEW YORK May V Debs Federal convict No 2253 was nominated bv acclamation for the by Mrs James Pool and Mrs Paul Schmidt assisted tiie hostess The club members are Mesdames Schmidt Walsh Joseph and William Kolkmeyer C Wollman R Kerstinp Wilinm Eighman Kerry Miller and George Robben Mis Myrene Houchin will leave the first of June for Chicago where she daughter Miss Pauline are at home will attend the wedding of her friend j eyes jont tion here today Cheer upon cheer greeted the nam ing of the Socialist leader now serv ing a 10year sentence in the Fed eral penitentiary at Atlanta for violation of the espionage act The din was continuous as all those who had been able to crowd their way into the convention hall strained for Entrancing New Summer Millinery Especially Invited to Attend This Display Friday and Saturday May 1415 of Taffeta of Organdy of Ribbon of Silk model effects A diverse selection of lovely fash ions in the prettiest new colorings Fricke Millinery Trust Bldg Telephone 1130 TFS JUST GRAND j POPE CONSTRUCTION CO SAYS Ms ROGERS i GETS ROAD CONTRACT j be dismanteled and moved to Cooper Countv for the work Could Not Eat Meats orBread i Will Paved Highway Methociist Moore in Chimnie McClang Park Mis Margaret Morn Qanw Jefferson Theatre Norma Tal madge Mrs J P English Baptist Aid Society Miss Nelle Pool returned from St Louis Wednesday at No 1 Cliff avenue JMrs M H Vineyard of Moreau Drive returned yesterday from Kan sas City where she attended the fun eral of Mrs William Vineyard last Monday Mrs W K Boyse and Mrs J P j English will entertain the members of the Baptist Ladies Aid Society this j afternoon at of Mrs English i on the Prison Farm One hundred and fifty guests en ioyed the Jefferson Club Informal which was given at McClung Park Miss Beulah Souders to Mr set Guthrie The marriage will occur June 12th and Miss Houchin will at tend a number of prenuptial affairs Miss Evelyn Rainier and Miss Jewell Swift of Memphis will be guests of Miss Souders also and will return to Jefferson City with Miss Houchin for the lastweek in June on the platform a lifesized portrait For Two 18 Pounds Taking Tanlac No one could see the wonderful is just a grand said Mrs Louise Rogers of 4017 Broklyn The B W Chapter P E 0 met j js Tweedie at Schoen berg Thursday afternoon with Mrs N E Williams assisting hostess Tributes to Mother given in response to roll call Mrs Horace Clay gave the program which was upon The Mississippi River of Debs framed in black Seymour Stedman of Chicago re ceived the nomination for Viva President over Mrs Kate Richards OHare of St Louis now serving a sentence in the Missouri peniten tiary for violation of the spionage act The vote on the first ballot was 106 to 26 This was made unanimous Horris Hilkjuit onetime candidate for the New York mayoralty and chairman of the conventions Plat form Committee has predicted that the party in 1920 will poll from meat and had to live on the very ALIENS ARRrFINGHERE FASTER THAN USUAL by Associated Press NEW YOKE May Aliens are now arriving in the port of New York at times greater contract for the construction of than they leaving according to in Boonville Special Road District Costing change in me and doubt that Tanlac i12 miles of bituminous macadam j statistics made public today at the j hard surfaced road in the Boonville Special Road District Keen Ellis Island immigration station Last weeks arrivals numbered while Los Angeles Cal Mrs Rogers formawarded the Pope Construction departures were only The i accommodation of all in coming transAtlantic vessels were said to be packed tocapacity erly lived at Wenatchee where she is also well known My health was so bad for years that I became almost a physical and of this city F J Kersting of the company announced yesterday Another contract will be awarded within a very short time and the local nervous she continued I j company is expected to secure that had nevous disordered i contract because of the fact that all was equipment for the work will be on two the ground and they wil Ibe in a years noteat any bread milkjtion to under bid others seeking the kidneys and other troubles I perfectly miserable and for to votes j In 1908 when Debs ran for the Thursday evening The English Or gcenery Mrs presidency he received 1 1 i lightest of foods I suffered so that sleep was almost impossible and I The contract which has just been 200 PER CENT By Assorted Press ROCK 200 per cent dividend distribution of surplus was declared by the direc tors of the Illinois Oil Co at a megt ing here yesterday Previous to chestra furnished music jTweedie and Mrs Frank Newkam srave musical numbers After th In 1912 he received the greatest number ever jjiyen a Social Mrs Morton Jourdan left Thursday j June the cnapter will disj ist candidate in the United States T for her home in St Louis after a visit wiih Mrs S B Cook Mr and P Broughton has returned Mrs Jourdan will go to Lake Michi an for the summer months band for two montlvs Allan L Benson was i the Socialist candidate for President Mrs S from Mississippi and is with Mrs Seg Ferguson hair Mrs Clifford McMillan of St Louis so water j the vote was wont take it out i Do you want curly I or prespiration I If so come let give you a permaj TSi nent wave and you have natur i Rcv R M Talbert returned terday from Odessa where he attendj ally curly hair all summer If you is the guest of her mother Mrs J a district meeting of thj Christian any superfluous hair on churches Rev Talbert was reelected j face you want removed permanently V H pTesidelit of the second district J call Pliorie JWcCorni IF YOUR EARS RING WITH HEAD NOISES a warded is in excess of and j their voted fell off to a mere shadow of my is one of the largest single aoad con a stock increase from to will be reserved unissued to be sold July 1 at parto present former self I was under constant tracts ever let in Central Missouri treatment for eighteen months ground and they will be in a posi kept getting worse instead of better j crushing plant here will Mrs Bert Shea of Kansas City isj the guest of her mother Mrs Colj lard on Main street j ick 302A East High St 429tf Miss Estelle Murrav has returned i to Kansas City after a visit with Mr j nd Mrs Junius Murray Mrs A M CLOSES Colonel and Mrs A Linxwiler and Zimmerman of Texas will spend sev SCHELLS BIG PIANO SALE SATURDAY 51421 o Q NewMiddies and Smocks Just Summer Millinery Jiist Received Coats O O 4 O O s O o If have roaring buzzing noisesin your ears are getting hard of hearing and fear Ca tarrhal Deafness go to your druggist and get 1 ounce of and add to it pint of hot water and a little granulated Fugar 1 tablespoonful four tidies a day Thiswill often bring quick relief from the distressing head noises Clogged nostrils should open breathing become easy and the mucus stop drop ping into the throat It is easy to little and is pleasant to take Anyone who has Catarrhal trouble of the ears is hard of hearing or has head noises should give this prescription a trial I nearly gave up all hope and my husband too thought I was going to die He decided to send me to a health redsrt but I was so low I had to be carired and have an attendant all the time It was then that a lady from Van t cpuver persuaded me to try Tanlac j it just4 three days before Ii noticed a chaiige for the I T have now taken five bottles have M gained eighteen pounds and all of my okl troubles are gone entirely I eat three good meals every day and sleep like a child night long I just want to tell everybody what a great medicine Tanlac Tanlac is sold in Jefferson City by Armstrongs Dru Store and Scruggs R F from Jefferson City by P H I O in O f NAME BAYER MEANS j ASPIRIN IS GENUINE Subscribe for the NEWS Q Safely stops colds as told in Bayer packages In order to make room for our incoming stock of summer readytowear were making these low prices Now is your chance to get a Spring Dress Suit or all in the latest material and style at a great 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toi DRESSES Reduced o DRESSES Reduced to g toe Right of Ccn by Arthur Homblow Dijecied by Ed Jose o A vneck at eri g a tropicalisland with a lone man g LOVE Aplay ofro o adventure 0 I SPRING GOATS 81 Coats in all sizes for women and misses latest models mar Aerials are Camelshair Polo Cloth Tricotines Mixtures Wool g rYdours and Novelty Fabrics Coats suitable for present and sum 8 Coats reduced VAUDEVILLE Duel Woodward Singing and Comedy Monoaceticacidester of Salicvlicacid NACY REPORTSFINK FI CATCH IS A FISHc STGRY Admission 11 and 17c Pick Nacy who lieacled a fishing pxpedition con posed of Mrs ifticy and Mr and Mrs Thomas Re ports a catch of more than 200 mem bftis of the finrvy tribe since last Sun day when thej left here for the known lake near Henley The accomplished city clerk insists on the truthfulness story and doilares there were exactly 202 Others arc inclined 4o dn n lot of subtracting before story but Nacy says Dinners and Stappers are a sure tion for childrens health Order an extraj Loaf of I BREAD Save on your food bill Jefferson City Baking   

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