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Democrat-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 28, 1921, Jefferson City, Missouri SATURDAY MAY 281921 Rucker of Eturgeon Mo THRX1 PHONE 263 GREEN f Mr C Fogle is spending several days in the city withfriends John PMt has returned from a stort visit to Columbia Mo Miss Peachie Hunter has gone to1 Odessa Mo to spend several days 11 Mr and Mrs Noah Simpson are visiting friends in LaiBelle Mo The 15th of June seems to have been set as a general going away day Mrs Lee Farris is the chaperone for a merryparty at Sleepy Eye Lodge MrsJohn S Sullivan will spend the summer at North Port Point Michigan Mr and Mrs Porter Gilvin have as their guests Mr and Mrs Ellis Mrs Thios Fisher of Atlantic City is visiting her mother Mrs Wm Mueller and Mr Mueller on the Mo rgan road Mrs Hi A Gass expects to leave on Sunday to visit her daughter Mrs Jack Miller and Mr Miller in India napolis Ind Mrs Dudley Burlingame left en Saturday for her home on Friday after a few days stay in the city with Mr and Mrs Frank Morris Mr and Mrs Tom Dumm will go to Fayette Mo next week to attend commencement at Central College Tom Jr has been a student there thb year Mr arid Mrs A A Speer will hav3 as guests for the wees end Mrs and Mrs Boyd Speer and daughter Alice Ann Speer and Mrs F H Hobiught oi Columbia Mo Mrs Carson and Miss Ruth Carson will attend the National metting of Y W C A at Estes aPrk in Aug Miss Carson has been made Pres of Cottey Hall College Y W for the coming year Mrs Will K Bradbury of Kansas City is expected to spend the month lof June with Mrs Thos Bradbury and Mrs Frank Ramsey From here She will go to Mass to spend the summerwith her son Mr Roy Brad bury and Mrs Bradbury Entre Nous Club This weeks hcstes for the club was Miss Lydia Kocher at her home on Broadway The favors went to Misses Edith Noonan and Fay Pare f eat on Tuesday oh no of course not at all only at the Club on that day TJiie other we do not remember They act as hotts in turn When we asked how they knew when their time came we were told the Pres pointed a finger at one and said Youre it next so get busy Reception at Eastwood Farms Dr and Mrs Arthur Nelson have complimented some of their friends in the city by sending them the follow ing invitations Dr and Mrs Ar thur Wesley Nelson At Home Thursday evening the second of June to meet Mr and Mrs N Nelson Leon ard six to nino Eastwood Farms Decoration Day Monday May 30 is Decoration Day and efforts are being made to have it an occasion of much interest Un der the roses the blue under the lilies the gray waiting alike the trump of the judgment day When the G A R were here at the recent encamp ment a daughter of the South said My heart goes out to the veterans and I feel like 1 could greet them all Our country one and indissoluble for all Jefferson City Club Saturday afternoon in Kansas City at the home of Mrs Frank Stelden on the Paseo was organized a Jeffer son City Club may it live long and prosper but not draw for member ship on the Capital City St Louis has had a similar club for years which has proven the link that binds About thirtyfive ladies who formerly made Jefferson City their home were made members These were Mes dames Shelden Chas Thompson Carnelius Roach Geo Middlekamp Andrew McAllister Thomas Higgs L Sutton A Z Patterson Jas Mc Queen J T Baker J Sparrow Ed ward S Curtain Arthur and Fritz Zeitz Fred Voth N L JR Taylor Tea for Miss Wagner Saturday after nkxm Miss Kate Moore and Mrs Wrighltsman at the i Hal Ried J Henery Johnson Wm home of Mr and Mrs W A Micore Hileman Misses Hattie Gordon Clara gave a tea complimentary to Miss Kesweter and Estelle Murray What an asset Mathifde is to any city Read the DemocratTribune reasona GREAT NORTHERN Jackson Blvd Dearborn Quhuy Streets Opposite ftst Office 400 ROOMS EUROPEAN FIREPROOF In the loop convenient to the shopping wholesale and financial districts and to every form of transportation Excellent garage accommodations Committee rooms with capacities of thirty to four hundred persons Ball room also hails suitable for private dancing parties Large sample rooms Moderateprice cafe grill and coffee shop Tourists and Other Travelers For those travelers men or women who seek assurance of greaterthan usual comfort convenience and security at the same or less expense to which they have been accustomed in other large hotels the Great Northern has a message and a promise that will be fulfilled We invite visitors to Chicago to attend the deify recitals by a master musician itfon the mam moth organ in the hours are from 12 noon to P M and from Gto P M JOHN C ONEILL Edwina Wagner Garden flowers were used for decorations To Sumiher in Colorado Mr and Mrs C C Carson and family and Mr and Mrs R B Waite and family of St Louis expect to spend most of the summer on their ranches in Colorado j i Line Party On Saturday night Mr and Mrs Earte P Chittenden have invited Major and Mrs J T Clarke MBS Caddie Allbrigtain and Mr and Mrs Fletcher Clarke to the Jefferson Thea tre Church Circle On Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs L Sone on the MOreau road Mrs Sone and Mrs 0 B Oliver were hostesses for the Ruth Division of the Christian Ghiurch The house was bright with garden flowersand at five oclock summer refreshments were passed and surplus as Steak Dinner provided in the corporation fran Friday evening Miss Maude OFhise tax law imposing a taix of man had her father and mother cn each of capital stock and three or four ether friends as surplus guests for a steak dinner at Country Club Miss Maude rece the Tbone steak as a prize in putting contest on Thursday at club Tuesday Club About six stalwarts have known for some time as The Tue Club They have two by lawsl of them told me one is they dJ not WE CARE TO The Artistic Scottish Coins Bonnet Iiece was the name given to a beautiful coin of pure gold Issued unrler the rein of 1 nines V of Scotland the tin me heing given he fa use the head of the king on the coin was covered with a Scotch hounot In place of the proverbial cravvn James was the first sovereign to pUice dates on coins issued and coins he approved were exquisitely designed Read the DemocratTribune One FOR SALE awfully gsod Ford touring car equipped with demountable rims and shock absorbers Jefferson Cleaners 517dtf Get your noon day or any other lunch at our place where everything is whole some and tie in price PATRONIZE THE BLIND OF THIS COMMUNITY Music Lessons given by George Warburton phone 681 Black Buy knitted and crocheted articles made by Daisy Oster 929 East High street Crochet and tatting Kate Kolb St Thomas Brooms whiskbrooms and door mats Leslie Johnson 223 Black Poultry and rabbits are for sale by Mrs Tresa Hillen 174 Black Trap nested Single Comb Black Minorca eggs and mature fowls are on the market Phone E 0 Jones 33 Green Blind persons wanting information regarding the pension for the blind are directed to either call upon or phone O E Jones Phone 33G Jefferson City Assn for the Blind 427dtf 5 PER MONTH Will pay for five shares Building and Loan stock that will pay you il00000 at maturity The average maturity of shares of associations in this city at present is less than 130 months Think of it You pay per share less than out of your monthly savings and receive That is making money for you Jt is the best plan for anyone to save money and to make money It is especially in ducive for a young man to get a financial start Our 10th series is now open for sub scription Do not delay securing your shares SOUTH SIDE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION See Wm F Winkelmann Secre tary at Cole County Bank or phone 270 55to65 Americas Leading CORSET To appear youthful is every womans desire This age of youthful at tire calls for youthful corseting combining the attributes of Youth Slenderness and Grace all found in W B Nuform Corsets The Fashionable NewForm ii yours through W 8 Nuform Corsets CAPITAL CITY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Thds Company has authorized the issuance of its 32nd series of stock first payment June 14 1921 All those desiring shares in this old and reliable association should call on the undersigned L J FRANZ Secy Office 202 East High St Exchange Realty Gldg 513lmod W B Formu Brassieres worn with W B Corsetsassure gownfit perfectionand add just that grace and finish at the bustline that the corset accomplishes below WE1NCARTEN BROS NEW YORK FOR TORPID LIVER Tennessee Lumberman Talks of His Successful Use of BlackDraught for Colds and Headaches Jamestown have used Thedfords BlackDraught for years in fact it is the only liver medicine that does me any good says Mr L A Ragan a wellknown lumberman of this place When I was single I used it for headaches and especially if I get a cold and feel feverish I take a good dose of BlackDraught and It sets me right Since I have been married I have used it in my family and never have found Its equal for torpid liver or dis arranged Stomach especially with children I can recommend Black Draught and gladly do so Every member of the family occa sionalry needs the assistance that BlackDraught can givo in helping to cleanse the system and relieve or pre vent the troubles that como from a lazy torpid liver If your llvor is not doing its you may suffer with headache cousU patlon biliousness imitation etc Unless relict is obuinsd erious sick ness may result ITI its lono sue cessful uso TlicdfoiiVa liiaJOraunht has been found In thousands of ratca to relieve such dordon ly Ing tho liverto do U wolc Ask for Thodfonlj and insist ou tlio genuine NO132 Children Cry for Fletchers The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over thirty years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you ia this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It xs 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