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THE DYING YEAR
Time Is ruthless In its fleeing
A nip of frosta frozen blight
Thus it steals the years away
In tho passing of a night
ailing leaves come drifting down
ward
B aten by the wintry rain
Oi the page a fall of tear drops
ll rung from every source of pain
Then a tardy sun belated
seen thro atmosphere of haze
Shows tbo dying year Is fated
By the shortening of the days
Do we pause to scan the record
Written on the folded page
Will it bear a close inspection
Does it prove you fool or sage
Are the noble deeds and service
As a balance to your name
Q At the final great accounting
Will the reading bring you shame
Some have bound the page with
mourning
For a head line stands a tomb
And athwart the next years bright
ness
Falls the shadow of its gloom
For some It Is wreathed with garlands
Plucked fresh from loves first bloom
And will forever be redolent
Of the loveflowers sweet perfume
To others each passing month
Was a paragraph marked with gold
No record there of want or care
fritten by fingers numb with cold
o on with varying fortunes
Each one works out his own fate
ome in joy and some in sorrow
n the page an added date
Chilly winds thro dead leaves sigh
ing
Chant a requiem sad and low
Heart sobs are but breath In pass
ing
Brief as years that come and go
Virginia Dare
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MRS I GUGGENHEIM
WON FIRST PRIZE
At the regular meeting of the Pro
gress clubs euchre clique which took
place on Wednesday night Mrs I
Guggenheim was successful In carry I
ing off first honors The prize proved
to toe a handsome hand embrolderd I
set
MR JAKE ISRAEL EXPECTED
HOME TODAY FROM
HOLIDAY TRIP
Mr Jake Israel who has been
spending tho holidays with his daugh
ters Mrs Dave Israel and Miss Lillian
lian Israel in Birmingham will return
home today He has been enjoying a i
fine time according to reports and he i
will be warmly welcomed home by I
his many friends here i
MISS FANNIE KEHOE
ENTERTAINED YESTERDAY IN t
HONOR OF HER MUSIC PUPILS i
An exceedingly artistic and alto f
cether distinctive afternoon was en
joyed yesterday by the music pupils
of Miss Fannie Kehoe a number of
the college girls home for the holi I
days who had been formerly under I
the tutelage of Miss Kehoe having
also been present The congenial I
gathering numbered thirty of these
musically inclined young people a
musical program having been planned
for the event which however was t
omitted on account of the illness of t
some of the prospective performers
r The house decorations were potted i
plants and a progressive word I
V game proved the amusement of the af j
ternoon In this Miss Louise Wil
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THE PURE FOOD STORE
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Sausage I
Tongues
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just received from David
Berg Co manufactur
ers of the most celebrat
ed line of Kosher goods I
on the market i
Sol Cahn GO I
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llama of Converse college who has
made the musical record of the year
there received the first prize which
was a handpainted leather copy of
Scotts poems Miss Kate Motta se
cured the consolation a Chinese gong
inscribed with the suggestion Beat
Cakes ices and fruit punch Wl re
served which brought the dainty af
fair to a close
SOCIAL CARD CLUB
WILL MEET TODAY
The Social Card club will hold its
regular meeting today Mrs Dan
Murphy is to be hostess at her home
Ion North Hayne street
TO RECEIVE
ON NEW YEARS DAY
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I Among those who are to receive
New Years calls tomorrow will be
I Mrs 1V S Keyser and Miss Nellie
Keyser at their beautiful home on the
I bayshore The hour is 630
I MISS MARY THOMPSON
IN TOLEDO
Miss Mary Thompson is spending
I her vacation in Toledo Ohio before
returning to her duties at the Peabody
Normal in Nashville Her recent be
I reavement has caused her to be the
receipient of heartfelt sympathy
I among her numerous Pensacola
friends
MISS HELEN FISHER
ENTERTAINED LAST NiGHT
Miss Helen Fisher entertained the
college set last night a t an informal
dancing party given at the home of I
her mother Mrs Wm Fisher The
home was garlanded in holiday green
ery delicious refreshments having
been served
Miss Helen is one of the citys I
very charming college girls and Is
unusually popular
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TUESDAY EUCHRE CLUB
WITH MRS WENTWORTH j
The Tuesday Euchre club held Its
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regular meeting this week Mrs
George Wentworth having been hos
tess Mrs II O Anson received the
first prize and Mrs R F Mitchell till
consolation The next moetin will
be with Mrs Lewis Willis
THE NEW YEARS EVE
BALL TONIGHT
The Jewish society set is planning
a very clever New Years eve ball to
occur tonight at the K of C hall I
The decorations and refreshments
will lie distinctive and dancing of I
course will be indulged in until th >
old year is finally rung out and the
wee new year is ushered In The I
young set and the married set will
both be in evidence I
MISS LAURA JOYNER TO SPEND I
JANUARY IN MOBILE
I Miss Laura royner will spend the
month of January in Mobile
as a guest i
jof Miss Stella Arlington who will he I
pleasantly remembered here as the I
charming young lady who spent the j
summer here with the loyners on the I
jbavsnore Miss Lvtura will be gems
jinely missed during her absence j
MISS GERTRUDE FRIEDMAN t
ENTERTAINED AT A LUNCHEON I
Miss Gertrude Friedman daughter j
of Mr and Mrs Louis Friedman entertained jl
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jtertained Wednesday evening at a i
luncheon The following guests were I
present Misses Marguerite Tngra
ham Annie Walker Marie Mngill I
Grace Anderson Isabelle Ingrnham
Cora Louise Simpson ahl Green
and Daisy Horsier
OF INTEREST TO i
PENSACOLA SOCIETY jl
At the masquerade hall given by M
the Xine OCJock German club in AtM
lama the following costumes were p
noted I
Mr William Bailey Lamar wore a
gold net evening gown and a mask
Miss Constance Knowles was per
fect as an Indian maiden with fringed
short dress of buckskin and feath
ers in her two long black brain
Among the men who wor cos
tumes were Mr Clarence Knowlis as I
a chef in white cap anl apron and I
turnedup mustache Mr Joe Br wn j
Connally was a Turk in white blouse
red en > broidcre l jacket and white tir
ban and white trousers I
MRS M D MERR1TT
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ENTERTAINED THE
THURSDAY CLUB
The Thursday club was delightful
entertained yesterday at the hon
Mrs M D McTitt on Romana stret i
fine of the most successful meetings
of the season havine been reported I
Tie hostess won the first prize a I
handsome vase Mrs Io in 5on the lone i
htol and consolation and Mrs Bon
fay the booby all of the favors having I
Seen handsome pieces n r china DCf
Vicious refreshments of cake wine j
icrerm and fruit wore served The I
next meeting of the cln > will tak I
place ai the home of Mr G irim
n td on Heinberg street
THE COMPLIMENTARY I
EUCKE PARTY OF THE
SOCIAL CARD CLUB
The home of Mr and Mrs Tins i
F Wrishtnn radiated with warmrh I
and rood cheer last night to a most i
pleasing extent when within its hos I
pita Me walls the Social Card club I
gave is complimentary euchre part > t
the buslands of the cr j urn > r i I
and a few invited jnosts havinr par
tifijmtid j
Tli4 home had been nayly decmat
in rd sag rree the say holiday
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Free Trial Package Sent to Prove It Or
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With cc ry package goes a jtnarantr
I that In onl must satisfy von completely
1 or your money will h rofunohtJ
Dr Jfebras TJnKoid is sold at drug
stores at n tc a package If you want to
try it first without coat Just semi your
name and address to the < I C Bittner
Co TVnt Toliio Ohio and thoc
will send you a fret trial package bv mail I
If v oar druggist does not have the 5 I ri
packages on hand semi your remiltann
to the above company and they will send
it to you prepaid In such ease always
I n ntion thc name of your druggist I
W A nAlmberte Druggist and
Apothecary 11 S Palafox street
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New Arrivals II
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Party Dresses
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i flashing beautiful dainty col i
d party gowns just in I
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i kets Call and see them
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I the present holiday season
I and for the social functions j
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The ReadytoWear Store
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311 S Palafox St
spirits of the present season pre
hmin + ting throughout the various ef
fects produced The score cards were
pretty NowY6ar souvenirs and the
rtfreslinients which proved to be an
elaborate sweet course were unusual
ly tempting On the refreshment
committee were Mesdimes Wm Tia
brie Dan Murphy Ben Crona and
Vm Walker The reception commit
tee Composed of Mrs1 G Lingerer
W indstrom and X Soderquist
was another important corps of
workers the ladies with Mrs1 G
niestra who is president of the
pcpiila club having been particularly
active In promoting the general plcns
ure of those in attendance Scoring
were Mr Clydp indRtrom and Miss
J rriUr Murphy
Mrs Wm Fer mon won the la
dies ace prize which was a gold shirt
waist set Mrs X Soderquist tho lone
hand which was a gold collar set and
Mrs Vm Mabrie the booby a huge
stick of peppermint candy The gen
tlemens ace and lone hand prizes
whirh were respectively a gold scarf
pin and a silver bookmark were won
by Mr Wm Ferguson Mr 7 G 1iiJj
erer scouring the booby which was a
bottle of Catsup tied jauntily with a
huge red ribbon
CHILDRENS PARTY PROVED
DELIGHTFUL EVENT
The Progress club was the scene of
a pretty affair yesterday given in the
form of a childrens party the vari
ous decorations used having been
suggestive of the holidays and corres
pondingly pretty Interesting games
grab bags dancing music etc had
been planned for the pleasure of the
little ones who did full justice to th r
pleasant events which had been ar
ranged for them Delirious refresh
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Give Us Your
Order Today
for that New Years
dinner and we will fill it
promptly
We took pains to see
that our stock didnt run
down and you can call
on us for anything in
groceries
We are agents for
Lowneys celebrated
candies
ERiLDs
GROCERY COr
Phone 192 111 N Palafox
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tnents were served a dainty swe
course predominating A large num
ber were present in order to watch
the handsome youngsters in their
merry making the afternoon bavins
been one of pleasure and interest
generally
THE CHRIST CHURCH
XMAS TREE
i Te children of Christ church en
I jojpd a fine Xmas tree yesterday af
I ternoon at the armory hall when
gifts were distributed from the hand
some blazing tree and where fittin
exercises took place Previous to the
festivities which occurred at the hall
the little people had met at the
church where carols were snug and
where other fitting religious observ
ances appropriate to the season loot
place
CAPTAIN AND MRS DOUGLAS
TO BE HOSTESS TONIGHT AT
A FANCY DRESS BALL
Captain and Mrs Douglas are to
give their long anticipated New Years
I ball tonight at the Navy Yard Var
out whisperings and hints of the cos
tumes to be worn which have bee
accidentally overhear point to even
a more strenuously interesting tim
than last year and society is agog
with interest as a result
Needless to say the New Year will
be danced in most fittingly
MISS MARY KEYSER
ENTERTAINED AT
A LUNCHEON
Miss Mary Keyser entertained at an
in ormal little luncheon yesterday at
Jthi home of her parents Mr and
Mrs V S Keyser on the bayshore
I Her guests were the members of the
young college set who are home for
the holidays for Miss Mary herself Is
I spending a week or two at home from
her studies in New York Christmas
colors predominated the entire affair
having been marked with a pretty
simplicity appropriate to the really
young college girl
MISS RENE CAHN ENTERTAINED
AT A DAINTY JAPANESE PARTY
Miss 1nine Calm entertained a mum
her of her friends last evening at her
home on North Hill at a lovely Japa
nese affair which was novel and ex
tremely clever from many stand
points Great Jap lanterns artistical
jlv arranged gave the only light the
decorations having been in red and
green
The guests attended in Jap co <
tuiiies Miss Celestinc Hirseher hay
ing won the first prize KS the hest
Tap and the most graceful Jap dancer
Miss Fannie Waggenheim also receiv
ed a prize for eating the most rico
with chop sticks The refreshments
which consisted of chop suey tea and
other celestial viands were served in
true Tap style on the floor bein
cooked in chafing dishes as the guest
looked on from their seats which
were bright hued pillows Those
present were Miss Sadie St inhart of
Greenville Ala Misses Bertha Uch
ten Fannie Waggqnheim Pauline
Rt field Ueina DannhHsser Ierli
Cahn and CelestineHerscher and
Mesdames Hubert Meog and Ben C
Heinberg
MRS S H BURGOYNE FORMERLy
OF THIS CITY ASSISTS
AT CLEVER AFFAIR
Friends of CHrsr Sr A Bursoyne
formerly of this city but now of Mo
bile will be Interested In the fol
lowing from the Item which tells
of a delightful social affair in which
she recently figured quite prominent
ly
The sweet Christmas blessing
which smiled its benediction upon
Mr and Mrs M O Discher fifteen
years ago with their union has at
tended hero through all these years
of happy married life and last even
ing the blessings tripled and multi
COLD KILLS THE GERM
Lieut Peary Says There Are No Bald
Heads in the Arctic Region
The people who came back from
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Klondike testify to fie fact that no na
I tive bald heads are there The evidence
denc is that the cold climate kills
the germs that eat the hair off at the
root Iieut Peary who went to the
Arctic Regions gives the sam ° evi
dence Newbros H ° rpicide has the
same effect as the cold climate It
kills the germ that rats the hair off
at the roots and the hair grows again
Herpicide is the first hair remedy built
upon the principle of destroying the
germ that eats = the hair oft Its phe
nomenal sale demonstrates the cor
rectness of time scalp germ theory
Sold by leading druggists Send life
in Ktamrs for ample to The Herpicide
Co Detroit Mich
I Ono dollar bottles guaranteed W
A DAlombert druggist and apothe
i cary 121 S Palafox Street
Its a Paying
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I meats and vegetables
i with the butchers who
get rid of stuff quick
t 1Yt who never have old
edibles to sell their customers
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i We handle more meats
I and vegetables than
many ordinary markets
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I ways the freshest
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to buy here
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i YOUNG MAN You will no doubt be calling
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t New Years or tonight and she will expect something
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I Something most generally means a box of nice candy
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OR IT MA Y BEThat she is going away
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All the other popular boxes of 2s Chocolates a
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PHONE 453 BRENT BUILDING
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ilied when surrounded by their sweet
liildren Villi May Hist her Vir
sdnia and Eddie Marvin Discher and
loving friends they celebrated their
rysfal anniversary with a delightful
1 r eption at their home from s to 11
i oclock
1 The home was thronged all even
i ing as invitations had been extended
Ito two hundred and everyone was in
their merriest mood filled with the
J joy of the Yuletide while the bright
I ness of the home and its happy lit
tie circle was most infectious
i The house for this festive occasion
I was gracefully decorated with bam
j boo and garlands of white crepe pa
per which fell from the chandelier
i to the four corners of the room
i Mrs Discher handsomely gowned
i in cream silk with her husband stood
t in the parlor to receive the guests
and was assisted by Mrs S A Bur
1 one and Mrs D E Jett in extending
the welcome
In the dining room ice cream cake
aid punch were served by a bevy of
harming girls Misses Charity
Vaughan Annie > Taylor Eugenia Van
Her Myrtle Bid ood and Rubie Wil
liamson The brides table was most
dainty with white tulle and ribboa
comtinlns its purity with the fragrant
narcissus Streamers of white ribbon
and tulle fell from chandelier to two
Corners of the table whil at the oth
er two were the gold candelabra with
a vase of white narcissus as a center
piece
I The hosts eldest da ishter Willie
I May Discher a pretty maiden just
I in her teens and her young friend
Odette Burgoyne assisted in seeing to
the entertainment of the guests
Bright music enlivened the hours
while the guests viewed the many I
handsom presents of cut class an1
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i Bohemian glass which are treasured
r memtJrn < from friends in St
Louis Little Rock Ark and other
i laces l sides their friends at home
Amons the many gifts one of th
handsomest is a cut glass water see
from the Shriners which is much ap
reciated by Mr and Mrs Discher as
J Mr Discher is a Shriner
I YOULL BE ENTERTAINING
During the holidays Certainly you il
war your desserts perfect Flaor
i than xh Blu Ribbon Vanilla Ex
i tra and your ucces is as ured
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A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat bundles for
i sale 5c a bundle at The Jour j
1 gal office i
REGRET DEATH
OF F 1 B1 SMITH I
MULAT CITIZEN WHO DIED IN I
PENSACOLA AND WAS BURIED
HERE WAS LONGTIME RESI
DENT OF SANTA ROSA TOWN
Citizens of Miilat the former home
of Frank B Smith deeply regret th ° I
death of that gentleman which oc
curred early Sunday in Pensacola ami
who was burled here Tuesday after
noon Mr Smith was for a long time
engaged in growing oranges at Mulat
and at the time of his death had quite
a number of bearing trees He was
an enterprising citizen and lately had
ben associated with Sim Otis the
wenknown sawmill man Citizens or
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that place who were spoken to yes
terday stated that Mr Smith was a
I prominent citizen of that town and
I was held in nigh esteem generally by
I all who knew him there and at other
I places through Santa Rosa county
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SIMON JEROME SUSTAINS 1
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SLIGHT DIFFICULTY
Simon Jerome a wellknown Ger
I man sustained a rather serious cut on
t the chin and lip yesterday morning
t when he engaged In a difficulty with
Herman Kreuse a bartender Jerome I
went into the place where Kreuse
was employed and was said to have
been in the act of breaking a mirror
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I bark of the counter when Kreuse in
I terfered striking him on the chin wlfIl
I some object lie was sent to the po
i lice station where the wound we
given treatment
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The greatest danger from Influrni
is of its resulting In
pneumonia Ta s
can be obviated by lining Cham > rr
lains Cough Remedy u it not onl
cures influenza but counteract ar
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monia Sold by all dealer
PERSONAL T
MENTIO
Mr Franklyn For hes still continue
to improve affording to wclcorn
news from Atlanta
Miss Lurleyn Ful hum ig convalesc
ing after her recent illness
Mi and Mrs T1 ppleyard w ill
return today from Kentucky
Mr and Mrs W S Abbott of 521
East JiarraKossa street
are the pi
ents of a pretty little girl baby who
arrived at their home yesterday mot
ing
Mr Ilhoulac Moreno is spending tl >
holidays with Dr Sanford at Fort
Caswell V C
Born to Captain anil Mrs Fran P
Robards in Honolula on Dec 29 a oti
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and they failed Try Raliards Hr
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The Best Coffee to be had in America
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