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ili THE THURSDAY MnOUiNG JANUARY 12 t
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i PEOPLE and EVENTS
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IK t BY MISS E NELLIE BECK
Telepho ne 669
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CARt OUT FOR WEDDING
OF
r I MR AVERY AND MISS HART
Cards are out for the wedding of
t 4 Hon Jonn Campbell Avery Jr of this
city and that to the ceremony reads as
follows
Mr and Mrs James Force Hart
I invite you to be present
at the solemnization of matrimony
between their daughter
Ora
t
and
Mr John Campbell Avery Or
Wednesday evening January twenty
fifth
nineteen hundred and five
h at eight oclock
Emmanuel Church
Athens Ga
JTp the house
Reception
immediately after the ceremony
1 Nicholson Place
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i A LOVELY JAPANESE FLINCH
Mrs M E Batts entertained thelsfl
i i Excelsior Flinch Club last evening in
I the most lovely way The rooms were
I 1 turned Into a Japanese garden
L The decorations
were large Japa
H nese umbrellas and innumerable Japa
nese lanterns The walls were cov
1 ered with Japanese screens and the
1 windows were draped with large
tt chrysanthemums
J The tables were ornamented with
Japanese centerpieces and disHes of
y t Japanese crystalized ginger i
I The hostess was an ideal Japanese
i beauty in costume her dark hair
I f h f dressed In Japanese stiyle with chrys
anthemums and tiny fans which was
t f Of I very becoming
1 She was assisted toy her friend and
H 1 guest Mrs Henry iP Gordon ot Mich
I 4 igan > who though fairer was a charm
I i Ing Jap also In the national costume
f w Also hy her mother Mrs Matthews
who was gowned in a handsome black
i silk with a white lace tie her beauti
I Inl white hair and lovely brown eyes
t forming a fine American contrast the o
f the Japanese matrons
I At the close of the Flinch each lady
1r1 was presented with a pair of real
I chopsticks as a souvenir and Mrs J
1i I C Pebley having the highest score
t was presented with a Great big pink
f chrysanthemum The score cards
were little Japanese fans
I I A charming Jap luncheon was serv
i ed the first course being Li nuts and
1 crystalized ginger
f When 4he second course came it
was a chopstickandrice course until
5 a the ladies had enjoyed the novelty
l
with more less success then salads
wepa served followed by cakes cu p
r rot custards and then real Japanese tea
i all served from the daintiest Japanese
I china
chlnThe
The next meeting will be with Mrs
k N C McMillan
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1 HIRSCHGOLDSTUCKER
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Wednesday morning at the appoint
1 ed time 930 Rabbi Samuel Koch unit
ed in matrimony one of the most
h charming and popular belles of local
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l PEN SACOLA CURIO STORE
t f All kinds of Pensacola souvenirs
1 oj Sea Shells Shell Novelties Live Alli
i tt gators and Gold Fish
i Walking Canes75 centssome beau
J ties In Orange and Brierwood Hand
Carved
1 MRS C M McCLURE
1 Opera House Building
I 107 E Government St
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M t n r K d Kitchen Cafe i
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I i ° Best Meals Best Lunches
i I r Quick Courteous Service g
f 104 So Palafox
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j t Souvenirs
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1Ii f Pensacola i
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1 a J Postal Cards showing Z
t i t scenes in and around J
t t 1 tPjEnsacoIa two for five < >
g I cents Send some to T
i t your friends
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t j Rhododendron
Murnt Wood I
f Souvenirs
i The first ever seen here t
Napkin Rings 15 cents T
4 taper Knives 10and 15 <
t cents Pitchers 25 to 75 <
Cents
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Book Store
213 s Palafox St
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Phon 235
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Jewish society Miss Cora Daughter of
Mr and Mrs Otto Goldstucker to Mr
Gabe Hirsch of Natchez Miss
From 10to 11 oclock a reception
was held at the residence otthe
brides parents 3ir4 North Baylen r
which was Jianrisomely decorated
Both parlor and dining room were in
white and pink carnations and ferns
The bride wore 4n exquisite costume
of white crepe de chine over taffeta
trimmed WIth real Ifice A large pic
ture hat of duchesse lace trimmed with
white roses and two large white
plumes and the only ornament worn
diamond sunburst gift of the groom
completed the picture
The queenly maid of honor Miss
Ray Goldstucker was gowned in liberty
silk and taffeta and trimmed in du
chesse lace and wore a large picture
hat of duchesse lace trimmed in white
roses and plumes The other maids
who assisted In receiving were
Miss Jacoby in whl e cloth
Miss Ury of New Orleans in white
silk over silk J
1IrN Goldring brother ln law of
the bride acted as best man in place
of the grooms brother Mr Abe Hirsch
of New Orleans who was taken sick
and unable to leave home
The wedding march was played b Y
Miss Ury of New Orleans at the piano
and Miss Jacoby on the violin tho
bride entering on the arm of her fa
ther W
Mrs O Goldstucker mother of the
bride wore < black crepe de chine over
silkMrs
Mrs N Goldring sister of the bride
white lace robe over silk
Miss Sara Qoldstucker white voille
over silk
Miss Stone white pointe dEspritvi
over silk
The array of presents was simply
gorgeous including one long table of
cut glass a large dining table laden
with silver a pile of exquisite needle
work rolls of handsome carpetS
beautiful rugs and other beautiful and
valuable things innumerable
Mr and Mrs Hirsch left on the
noon train for ashort bridal tour anjifr
will then go to their future home inB
Natchez where the groom is one of
the solid men of that city
U D C RECEPTION
Pensacola Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy has
about completed arrangements for
the annual reception on Lees birth
day as will be seen by the following
special Invitation received Wednesday
morning
Ladies of the Memorial Association
You are specially invited to attend
th reception to be given at the rest
dance of Mrs RE Brawner on thec
nineteenth of January in commemora
lion of the birthday of Lee and Jack
son
sonuFLORIDACOOK
FLORIDA COOK SHEPARD
Secretary
This invitation the Memorial Asso
cIation will be pleased to accept as
no doubt will the I Veterans and the
Sons of Veterans to whim silmllar
invitations were also sent making all
together a delightful reunion that
will ba of itself a commemoration
that will honor the memories of toe
two great patriots aside from the spe
dally appropriate program that is be
Ing arranged for tie patriotic occa
I sion
I
DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR
IN McDAVID
One of the most delightful enter
4ainments of the season was that giv
en by Miss Etta Bowman Miss Pearl
Strickland and Miss Annie Harrison
at the lovely home of Mr and Mrs
O H Bowman at McDavid on Friday
eevning last
The reception halls and parlor wer
beautifully decorated with bamboo ed
holly the color scheme being red and
green
The guests gathered at an early
hour and for amusement variou
games were Indulged in Flinch and
Fit being the most prominent untIl
about tenthirty when all rpaired to
the spacious dining room where the
charming hostess Miss Etta Bowman
assisted by Miss Pearl Strickland and
Miss Annie Harrison served the light i
refreshments such chocolate cake
candies and fruits
The dining m was artistically dec
orated with smilax palms and holly
and a beautiful Calla lily with a bud
just bursting forth in simple purity
occupied ttecentre of the table while
a pyramid of holly graced each end
Every one
reported having spent a
delightful evening and were loath to
depart until the wee small hours of
the morning
Among those wbp were present
were Misses Nettie and Pearl Strick
land Jessie Pfjngle Letitia and Bes
sic Baggett Annie and Mary Harri
son Etta Bowman < Ixjla BaggeU Mrs
Cassie Holmes Mr and Mrs W
1avis Mr and Mrs O K Bowman
and Messrs Jno and Jim Pringle T
J Cushion George Harrison Myron
Baggett J Campbell and Cradle
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Brewton
Judgejluclusjj Reeves and Mrs
Reeves were tjmbng the Pensacolians
who went to Mobile yesterday to wit
ness BenHUr and will remain for a
few days looking oyer the Alabama
port
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Mr and Mrs B Sj Bernard return I
ed last evening from Ibbile where
they went to see BenHur
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Mr and Mrs D Hale Wilson and
sister Mrs KInnier and Miss Abbie
Brooks returnee Wednesday morning
from Mobile where they enjoyed Ben
Hun j
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Mrs W W Weekley and Mrs r
Charles Rice have fiooved into their
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BERRYS j
COMPLEXION
A BEAUTIFIERS
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LEAD THE
WORLI
ALWAYS
RELWILE
ItEYER fAll
TO PLEASE
THE MOST
FASTIDIOUS
BEAUTIOLA
Guaranteed to rcmovel lver Spots Fleck
les Small PxiiPlUiapSfiod DeepiWrinklcs
Price 5Se BCJWJTIOLA CERATEfa tvtdte tissue
builder SCRfTS MASSAGE CKAM a pure
skin food BEiWYS CUTMiCMi queen of
all face and toilet powders BifMYS C8M +
JLEXWN SlAP matchless KKRYSCREBIE
TEA cares kidney liter and skin troubles
Herbs lOc JeWels 25c
AT ALL DRUGGISTS
NEWS MOTES OF
BLUFF SPRINGS
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REMAINS OF J R > McCLANNE
BURIEDAT PLEASANT BILL
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ON TUESDAY PERSONAL
AND GENERAL ITEMS
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Bluff Springs Jan HThe remains
of Mr JR McClanney who was kill
ed near Tunnel Spring Ala Sunday
were buried Tuesday evening at Pleas
ant Hill Cemetery A large iliimber of
people attended the burial The
funeral service was conducted by the
Rev Nick Baggett a particular friend
of the deceased The amity have our
sympathy in their sad bereavement
Mrs Dan McDavid of Mcpavid spent
several days last week with her daugh
ter Mrs Q R Stanton
Miss Lizzie Bradley returned Sun
day to her home in Greenville Ala
after a pleasant visit id her aunt Mrs
F E Bond
Mrs McNeal of Perdue Hill Ala isj
visiting relatives here
Mrs Self of Reptph Ala returnedv
to her home Saturday after visiting
her daughter Mrs Douglas J
Misses Mamie and Georgia McCas
kill of Mora Miss Mamie McDavid
of Chum cltla and Mrs Dan McDavid
were the rOoooanf oriiocsto nf 1fr Mo tri
c o
gle McDavid Friday
Miss Bessie Walker has returned
from a pleasant wisftto friends in
Brewton Ala
Mrs Ernest Campbell and children
ol Laurel Hill visited relatives here
la week
Dr OGwyn of Century was in our
town Monday
Messrs Robert and Lee Williams at
tended a party at Nora f riday night
and report a delightful time
Mr and Mrs Jasper Garrett have
been entertaining relatives from Bald
win county Ala for several days
The Bluff Springs Grate Company
of our town are now having construct
ed a telephone line from the gravel
pit to the railroad depot with an ex
change at the office of thg Southern
Bell Telephone and Telegraph office
Mr Harry Hodgeboom representing
The Journal was in our town Wednes
day morning
adjoining and pretty new residences
on North Palafox where they will
soon be quite at bomeOn this ac
t ount Mrs Weekly was unable to at
tend the Baptist convention as
planned
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Col Galloway Memphis will be
joined on Saturday by Mi and Mrs
John T Wiillngham of Memphia and
Mr and Mrs Gardner of St Louis
who with Mrs J G Heard of this
city complete his party Qf guests
aboard his yacht for
a Southern cruise
as far as Tampa beyond which I
a re indefinite
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Dr and 11rsJ G Heard entertain
ed with cards Tuesday night for Col
Robert Galloway of Memphis who is
here on his beautiful private yacht
Daisy X
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The Osceola Club gave the second of
its series of card parties last night
and about thirty couples were present
Miss Lena Mullins of Powellton
ham Ala is visiting Mrs Z bSMSuniilng
ey I
Mr W A Stilly of Tallahassee is
visiting his cousins Mt and dirs R
arise on East Zarragossa street
TO BEAUTIFY YOUR
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IN 10
DAYS USE
SA TINOLA
THE UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER
BEAUTIFIER
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S ATINOLA is a new discovery
guaranteed and money refunded t
if It fails to remove the worst case of
Freckles Pimples Tap allowness
Liver Spots Blackheads or any skin
eruption in 20 days Leaves the ski n
clear soft healthy and restores the
beauty of youth ThousandMestify to
the merits of Sattaola Price SOc and
100 by leading druggists or mail
Prepared only by
NATIONAL TOILET CppPl8 Tenn
Sold in Pensacola bY a lead to i
dealers i > p
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A smart twopiece street suit of brown mixed cheviot piped with cardi
nal velvet at the seams arid edges of bands cardinal velvet crash belt ry
fastens with a large gilt buckle
NEWS OF THE WEEK
AT BUSY FLORALA
ARTESIAN WELLS WJLL SOON BE
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DRILLED PERSONAL SOCIAL
AND GENERAL NOTES
OF INTEREST I
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Florala Ala Jan 4l The halide Ys
are a thing of the past and our citi
zens have settled down to their usual
routine of progressive business I
Mr and Mrs J J McLean have
moved into their handsome residence
on Fifth avenue E
W H Britton has gone to Char
lotte N C to which place he was
I called Saturday by wirc It is report i
ed that his brother Is very ill All of
r
the people of our little town sympa
i thize with him +
W A Mills and family are spending
a few months at Lakewood y I I
A large dance was given at Lqck
l hart recently complimentary to tne
young folks of our town
1 Next Monday night at the Lakeview
pavillion will be given the first first
I class theatrical performance in tho
i town This little Theatre seats 500
eipersons and is fitted up with comfort
able appointments
C R McLaurin of McRea spent
several hours in town today
Wm Turnquist entertained his I
brother from Chicago last week These
gentlemen have been investing In
some good farm lands near town and
propose to spend their winters here
Mr Henry Elliott and his charming
wife expect to occupy their town resi
dence some time this month
A M Hyer of Pensacola was in
town last week looking after his in
vestments here
The artesian wells for tho water
works system will soon be brought In
The delay In the arrival othe piping
I has caused the delay in the construe
Jtlon of the plant and the drilling of
I the wells L N Chandler an expert
driller will have charge of the work
I He brought in two wells at Lockhart
for the Jackson Lumber Company
with a flow of something over 400
gallons a minute s
Hon G F Stewart of Andalusia
was in town Thursday on a business
visit to Wm C Monroe
The local election of mayor and al
dermen was held today A large vole
was polled and the following elected
Mayor M A George Sr Aldermen
D I B Adkinson O A Larkin T S
Lanz A L Wynn arid J E Hughes
NEWS OF THE WEEK l
AT COTTAGE HILL
Cottage Hill Jan llMiss Lula
Fairchild has resumed her schol duties
after a three weeks illness
Mr Smith of Cleveland Ohio has
joined his wife here Mrs Smith has
been with her parents Dr Jenkins
for some weeks They will make
their future home at Cotage Hill
Mr and Mrs A C Oliver of Card
ington Ohio are here for the winter
and have gone to house keeping in
one of Dr Gates houses
Mrs Maxey and nephew have join
ed her husband Mr F E Maxey who
has been looking for a location for
some weeks Mr Maxey has been to
Cuba but concluded that Florida was
good enough for him and will locate
here
Mr Jas Love wife and two chil
dren of Kewanee HI who purchas
ed the Bardwell place arrived last
week and are living In what Is known
gas the Baker house until such lime
as they maybe able to put the r
K
is
own house in shape for occupancy
Mr Reeves has been sick for some
days but we are glad to note that he
is able to be out again
Our farmers are busy setting out
peach trees and preparing the ground
for spring crops It is quite probable
that there will be a number of acres
planted to watermelons for the north
ern markets
Mr Clement wife and daughter
who have been spending several weeks
in Gateswood sojourning here for
a few weeks I
Every house In Cottage Mill is now
occupied and should anyone else
come here there will have to be some
building done However there are
some steps being taken in that dlrec
don already
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets are the best thing for stomach
troubles and constipation I have ever
sold says J R Cullman a druggist
of Potterville Mich They are easy to
take and always give satisfaction I
tell my customers to try them and if
not satisfactory to come back and get
their money but have never had a
complaint For sale by all druggists A
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to come to our store and look over
the fine line of goods we have re
ceived for the holiday trade 0 0
JE HAVE
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fit in Hats Collars and Cuffs Shirts
Underwear Neclcwear Shoe Suspen a
dorsCollar and Cuff Buttons Garters
etc
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OVER FIVE HUNDRED SUIT PAT
TERNS TO SELECT FROM
SEE US 4
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PENSACOLA FLA
TOURISTS
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TOURISTS WILL FIND
HERE MANY PRETTY
AND SUITABLE
FLORIDA
SOUVENIRS
TO SEND TO FRIENDS
IN THE NORTH
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Book Store
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f MOBILE THEATRE 3e
at Mobile Ala
i Thursday venin S January 19 i
i PADEREWSKI
i Tickets with reserved seats 300 250 200 150 Gallery b a
box 150 balance of Gallery 1 Sale opens Thursday January 12 at 1
y Theatre Orders by mail accompanied by check or money order
3 payable to J Tahnenbaum will be filled in order received and seati
will be assigned as near as possible to location desired
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Fine Values in Shoes
for Men Women and Children
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Thats our continu song Extra values for your mosey
Theres always perfect stylethe effect of aeartMM in >
our shoeswhich appeals to good dressers >
f foUR SHOES FIT THE EYE
THE FEET THE POCKETBOOK
Socks and Stockings extra value for a qHartar
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tItlE BOSTON SHOE STORE
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Phone 690 117 Palafox Street Pensacola
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1 V IIWE HAVE IT
Not Keg or a Barrel but a Great Big
HOGSHEAD 01 DILL PICKLES
Direct from Germany
They are fine Try them while they
1 last
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ROSENAU GERIJELDS
The Fancy Grocers
Phone 391 Z Pensacola
is rCn fry r1 < 7 p f n r e 7 r < C o
IF WE HAVE IT IT IS THE BEST
Gluten Floor For Invalids
This flour is made from large full grain
I with all the healthgiving qualities retained
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I The Pure Food The Store that Feeds
Store Phones 178 and 460 the People
01s1e e111e10440 o Oe 04eA OQr09 iA09689o00 b0 e 4
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Per Cent Discunt tr i
on all SHOES in our store We want e
to reduce our stock before INVEN e
TORY
ALE STARTS TODAY a
700 SHOES NOW 5560 A
650 SHOES NOW 520 e
600 SHOES NOW 7 480
550 SHOES NOW oi 440
500 SHOES NOW 400
400 SHOES NOW 320
350 SHOES NOW 280 +
300 SHOES NOW 240
250 SHOES NOW 200 +
225 SHOES NOW 180 t
200 SHOES NOW 110
175 SHOES NOW 140
150 SHOES NOW 120
125 SHOES NOW 100 f
100 SHOESt NOW 30e 9
75c SHOES NOW 60c
50c SHOES NOV 40c y
NO GOODS ON APPROVAL SALE STARTS TODAY
MEYER SHOE CO i
Feet Furnishers For Folks
102 S Palafox Street t
c oa a o o amoo oooaoeaaaooooo eeo n oaoo + a +
Fit Up the Rooms i
With Pretty Iron Beds
WithThey
They are wonderfully popular now The stiff antics ot a
year ago have given way graceful curves Painted in
white green and pink also combination lril
3 350 5750 slO 1250
MARSTON QUINA
08110 South Palafox St Phone 149 Pensacota Fh
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