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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1910.
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LOOK AT THESE PRICES.
i
Men's Overcoats, Cravenette Rain- Boys' and Children's Overcoats and
coats and Rubberized "Sllp-Ona."
All $30.00 and $27.60, now ...$19.75
All $25.00, now 18.75
All $20.00, now .............. 15.75
All $18.00, now 13.75
All $13.00, now 11.20
All $12.50, now 8.65
All $10.00, now .......w.... 7.75
Buy now. You need a Coat yet for this season, and will have a new one
for next season by taking advantage of this offer.
Smoking Jackets are all 60 per cent off.
These sale prices do not affect our fundamental policy If goods are
not satisfactory, money la refunded.
The John White Store
The Store With the Reputation."
205-7 S. Palafox St.
OPERA HOUSE
ju uinjinn nrirui n r i rwi r r " - -
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Thursday, February 10th
The Lyman Twins
In the Best Musical Show of the Year.
The Prize Winners
One Solid Carload of Scenery and Effects.
PRETTY CHORUS, ORIGINAL. COME
DIANS, DAZZLING COSTUMES.
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. Seat
Sale Tuesday, 9 a. m.
V
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s JWI i 1 ii J v.
Utl 1:08 Ri-.K 2s.E -
The San Carlos Hotel
la now at the disposal
of the
Public.
Rates, $1.00 per day and up.
' GEORGE H. HERVEY, Manager.
111 CASES IN
THE CITY COURT
LARGEST DOCKET IN MANY
MONTHS WAS WRITTEN UP AS
AN AFTERMATH OF PENSA
COLA'S LATEST CARNIVAL.
One hundred and eleven cases were
docketed In the city court yesterday,
and three nours were required to get
to the end of the long list by the
When the doctor says you
roust take Cod Liver Oil he
means Emulsified Oil and
not the crude oil which is very
heavy and hard to digest.
Scotl's Emulsion
is the worldVstandard prepa
ration of Cod Liver Oil; it is
very easily digested and im
mediately absorbed, and will
not upset the stomach like
the crude or plain oil.
ALL DRUGGISTS
Send 10c.. turn of paper nd this nd. for oar
beautiful Sarlngs Bunk and Child's Sketch
Book. EachbankcoatainaaGoodLuckFrnnr.
SCOTT & BOWXE, 409 Pearl St. N. Y.
MP
AiiifrMirW'.'st' ' TT tuff If 11111 i"i ?
Overcoat bargains
Not of the elusive sort
All our coats from the
most expensive, down to the
more elaborately priced.
All high-class.
Go at prices which are
from 25 per cent, to 33 1-3
per cent. off.
Reefers.
$13.50, now ....
$10.00, now .
$3.85
...... 6.75
$ 8.00, now 5.85
$ 7.00, now ..... 5.45
$ fl-'OO, now 4.20
$5.50, now ................... 8.85
$ 5.00, now 3.68
$ 4.00, now , 3.15
$ 3.00 and $2.50, now 1.68
$2.00, now , 1.38
recorder. It was just 11 o'clock when
the last order had been entered on
the docket. Fines and costs amounted
to $393. Eighteen of the'cases were
continued, no' pros was entered In the
cases of eight defendants, six de
fendants were discharged, and half a j
aozeu. were Douna over to the county
authorities. Fifty-six defendants
pleaded guilty.
George Williams, colored, who was
caught by Officer Simmons, and who
was found to have carried a pistol
concealed, was fined $100 and costs.
D. C. Milton and Milton Clopton.
both visitors, were arrested for being
drunk by Officers Chestnut and Hoff
man, and both were found to have car
ried weapons concealed. Their cases
were not disposed of yesterday, each
of them desiring a contiuance until
this morning. ,
It was noticeable that perhaps 75
per cent of the defendants were col
ored people, and that the charges
were mostly for fighting and for being
drunk. Very few white people, taken
as a comparison, were arrested, an.I
the majority were new names on the
docket, india,cting that strangers did
not get away without some minor in
fractions of the city statutes.
Many persons find themselves af
fected with a persistent cought after
an attack of influenza. As thi3 cough
can 'be promptly cured by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it
should not be allqwed to run on until
It becomes troublesome. Sold by all
dealers.
DIRECTORS OF FLORIDA EAST '
COAST AUTOMOEILE ASSOCIA
TION APPLY FOR SANCTION
MORE MONEY NEEDED.
The directors cf the Florida East
Coast Automobile Association Thurs
day decided definitely that a tournament-will
be held in March on the
famous Daytona Beach race course
under the auspices cf the association,
says the Daytona Gazette-News.
Application has already been made
to the American Automobile Associa
tion for a sanction covering the week
commencing March 20th and at the
meeting of the Board of County Com
missioners next Monday application
will be made to have that body set
aside the ocean beach for racing pur
poses are provided by the laws cf
Florida.
For seven years the speedfest over
this hard sand course has been the
one real speed event of each year.
While the monster cars were going
eighty miles an hour on the straight
stretches cf the Yar.derbilt cup course,
the modern juggernauts wer? speeding
mile after mile faster than one hun
dred miles an hour on the Daxtona
course. Marriott in a steamer clipped
off a mile faster than 120 miles an
hour.
Fcr four years - the record of Mar
riott has never been approached, and
automobilists began to look on the
performance cf Marriott as being the
limit of daring and speed. Conse
quently the Florida East Coast Auto
mobile Association officials decided
some weeks ago that they would not
promote a meet this winter. In the
mpantime there arrived in America a
200-hcrse power Benz racer, with
which the noted Hemmery had covered
a mile over the Brcoklands track in
England at a faster gait than Marriott
travels in Florida. The monster car
was purchased by the famous Barney
Oldfield. and prompted by a desire to
prove the real speed of the car on the
Daytona Beach, Barney wired the clu'j
.officials to ascertain if there was a
chance to have the March meeting
j declared on aaain.
j About $-500 to ?"iOO more is needed
j to carry on the meet and those who
jhave not yet subscribed may sign the
j subscription list with any of the di
rectors of teh association.
II RACE MEET
IS DECI8-.0 Oiij
a nnRimrnn
H iUMlib
STORY OF TWO
IE
LEON ENOS, OF CHICAGO, AND
MISS ELIZABETH MOORE, OF
ST. LOUIS, MARRIED AFTER
THREE-WEEKS ACQUAINTANCE.
Three weeks ago today, -Leon A.
Enos, a linotype operator lb the office
of the Chicago American, met Mlsa
Elizabeth Moore, formery a school
teacher, of St. Louis, Mo., the meet
lag taking place aboard the yacht
VVaterboy, while the latter, with a par.
ty of tourists, was en route to Pen
sanola's famed fulf beahh. They were
married yesterday afternoon at the
home of Rev. C. W. Gavin, pastor of
the First . Methodist church of this
citjv and left last night for New Or
leans, to remain in that city for a
few days. Then they will return to
Pensacola for a short stay, after which
they are to return home, as Mr. and
Mrs. Enos. They will reside In -Chicago.
Mr. Enos came here as a tourist,
and had been exceedingly active in
the ranks of the northern and western
people who are wintering In Pensa
cola. At the first meeting for reor
ganization of the Tourists Club of
Pensacola, Mr. Enos was present. At
that meeting Miss Moore was persu
aded to act as temporary secretary,
and she would have been elected per
manent secretary had she not have de
clined strongly, on. the ground that
she would not prolong her stay tn
this city for the winter. She In
tended going elsewhere for the bal
ance of the season.
Capt. Hardesty was the moving
spirit of the romance, it seems. . Hj
owns and operates the yacht, and
when he takes a party out on the bay
he endeavors to make things just as
agreeable for all as he can, and sees
to it that everyone aboard is known
to everybody else. At times he Is
called upon to introduce strangers
from all parts of the country. It was
in the performance cf such a line of
his expressed dutv that he introduced
Mr. Enos and Miss Moore. Then
Cunid did the rest.
The romance became all the more
prcncunced, and Mr. Enos himself was
about ready to return north. But he
stayed. So did Miss Moore. She
did not leave as early as had been
intended. Then, to -cap the climax,
the crowd cf tourists enjoyed a big
barbecue, and one of the most aftive
in the preparation of the' meats was
Mr. Enos. And Miss Moore was there,
too. This was some ten days ago.
Then the short courtship, the great
question asked and answered and
the beautiful culmination of it all at
the parsonage last evening. The wed
ding was a quiet affair, and no cards
vere issued. An announcement went
to numerous friends in the mails .of
lnrt liaht.
Mr. E. A. Kelley, Belvidere, 111.,
writes vs: "I am an ex-engineer with
22 years active service to my credit.
About three years , a go my kidneys
were afTPctfd so that I had to give up
my engine. First I was troubled with
severe, aching pain over the hips.
Tfctn followed inflammation of the
bladder, and specks appeared before
my eyes. A sample? of Foley's Kidney
Pi!!s that I tried, so benefited me that
I bought more. I continued to take
them until now I can safely testify
they have made me a sound and well
man." "V. A D'AIembr-rte, druggist
ar.cl apothecary, 121 S. Palafox street.
SILAS GOLDSMITH IN THE COUN
TY JAIL TO AWAIT RESULTS
OF WOUNDS INFLICTED UPON
SON, FLEMING GOLDSMITH.
Charged with assault with intent
to murder, Silas Goldsmith, an aged
colored man, was locked up at the
county jail yesterday morning, and
will be held there without the privi
lege of bond until the result of
wounds which he is alleged to have
inflicted upon his son, Fleming Gold
smith, can be determined. Fleming
was the boy who was shot while in
a downtown saloon Tuesday at S
p. m.. and the father is alleged To
have been caught running from the
place.
Shortly after the boy had told a
story about himself and father having
had some words in the forenoon, the
old man was arrested. Mounted Offi
cers Fiminons and Hall finding him
THE success of the Bitters
has been so phenomenal
that it has long been recognized
as "the best" for Poor Appetite,
Indigestion; Colds and Grippe.
Insist on
OSTETTER'
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTER
NORTH
RNERS
' HIS ff SI
i
CONSTIPATED?
HEADACHE?
at his home near Patterson station,
and sending him Into the etation on
a charge of assaulting with a pistol.
The case was heard by the recorder
yesterday morning and Silas Gold
smith was bound ove"r to the county
authorities and was later taken in
charge by the deputies in wating. He
makes denial that he was the one
who did the shooting, but the owner
ship of the pistol which the officers
picked up .directly after the shooting
is traced to him, but he does not yet
claim the weapon.
Fleming was removed from the po
lice station at an early hour yester
day morning, and Is now at his home.
He ridicules the idea of his father
making the attack on Mm, for the
simple reason, he claims, that there
was nothing of such a serious nature
that would provoke It.
Life On Panama Canal.
has had one frightful drawback-malaria
trouble that has brought suffer
ing and death to thousands. The
germs cause chills, fever and ague,
biliousness, jaundice, lassitude, weak
ness and general debility. But Elec
tric Bitters never fall to destroy them
and cure malaria troubles. "Three
bottles completely cured me of a very
severe attack of malaria," writes Wm,
A. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "and
I've had good health ever since."
Cure Stomach, Liver and Kidney
Troubles, and prevent Tyhold. 50c.
Guaranteed by Pensacola Drug Co.
Money to lend In lots of $500.00 and
upward on real estate security Apply
Hooton and Watson, No. 7 South Pala
fox St.
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF E"DU
. CATION MAKES DISTRIBUTION
OF INTEREST' ON THE STATE
SCHOOL FUND.
' Special to the Journal.
Tallahassee, Pjeb. 9. Hon. W. M.
Holloway, state superintendent of pub
lic instruction, has made an opportion
ment of the annual interest on the
state school fund. Amount for appor
tionment, $36,938.08. Rate per pupil,
36 cents. Amount apportioned, $36,
640.80. Balance' in fund not appor
tioned 1297.28.
4 Av.
Counties Attend. Amt.
Alachua 5113 $ l,8i0.68
Baker '. . . 922 331.92
Bradford .." .... 2040 734.40
Brevard ... " 703 253.08
Calhoun 960x 345.60
Citrus 849 305.64
Clay S08 290.8S
Columbia 3029 1,090.44
Dade 1932 695.52
DeSoto 2304 829.44
Duval .6796 2,446.56
Escambia 4442 1,599.12
Franklin .. 617 222.12
Gadsden 3503 1.261.0S
Hamilton 1612 580.32
Hernando 637 229.32
Hillsborough 7616 2,741.76
Holmes 1706 614.16
Jackson 5160 1,857.60
Jefferson 3046 1,096.56
Lafayette 9S6 354.96
Lake 1353 4S7.08
Lee 725 261.00
Leon 4111 1,479.96
Levy 1449 521.64
Liberty 614 221.04
Madison 3477 1,251.72
Manatee 1395 502.20
Marion 4083 1,469.88
Monroe 1224 440.64
Nassau 1378 496.03
Orange 2603 937.08
Osceola 799 287.64
Pasco 1002 360.72
Polk 3633 1,307.88
Putnam 2311 831.96
St. Johns 1282 461.52
St. Lucie 625 225.00
Santa Rosa 2096 754.56
Sumter 117 402.12
Suwannee 2978 1,072.08
Taylor 829 298.44
Volusia I... 2244 807.84
"Wakulla 812 292.32
"Walton 2262 814.32
Washington 2597 934.92
101780 $36,640.80
Stuart's Buchu and Juniper Compound for
all liver and kidney troubles. Relieves
Brights Disease. All Druggists $1.00.
Notice to Contractors.
We have taken charge of
gravel pit at Bluff Springs
and are now prepared to fur
nish best grade of gravel and
sand. Prompt delivery. Es
cambia Gravel Co. Phone
684. Office and Sales Room
404 American National Bank
Building. v
SCHOOL FUND
APPORTIONED
100 MULES IN
ONE PARADE
NOVEL FEATURE OF MARDI GRAS
PROGRAM WHICH WAS NOT AD
VERTISED CHAS. W. MERRITT
HAD 50 TEAMS ON STREET.
One of the carnival features not ad
vertised or printed on the program
was the big 100-mule parade by Chas.
W. MerritL The animals all belong to
Mr. Merrltt and he had them divided
into 50 teams, with 50 wagons, and
handled by 50 drivers. They were" all
large animals and made a fine show
ing. Many people were surprised to
learn that there were so many mules
In the city and few knew that they
were all owned bygone man.
PRESCRIBED BY DOCTORS.
-Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, an honest, tried and true rem
edy for feminine illsf holds the record
for the largest number of actual cures
of any similar remedy, and is pre
scribed and recommended by hundreds
ot fair-minded doctors who do not fear
to recommend a worthy medicine even
though it Is advertised.
Money to lend In lots of $500.00 and
upward on real estate security Apply
Hooton and Watson, No. 7 South Pala
fox St.
THE WEATHER
IN PENSACOLA
Furnished by local office, United
States weather bureau, for The Pen
sacola Journal of Feb. 10, 1910:
Maximum temperature yesterday 61
degrees at 1 p. m.
Minimum temperature yesterday 52
degrees at 7 a. m.
Mean temperature yesterday 56 de
grees. Departure from normal yesterday
plus 2 degrees.
Average maximum temperature tor
this date 48 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency of daily
mean temperature since first of the
month 17 degrees.
Accumufeted excess of daily mean
temperature from January l to first of
month 15 degrees.
Total rainfall from 7 a. m. to 7 p.
m. yesterday .08 inches.
Total rainfall since first of the
month .77 inches. J
Normal rainfall for this month. 4.49
inches. ;
Total deficiency of rainfall from
January 1 to first of the month 2.98
Inches.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
Williams' Indian Pile Olmment wlll
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
It absorbs the tumors, allays itching at
once, acts as a poultice, gives Instant re
lief. Williams" Indian Pile Ointment is
prepared for Piles and itching of the oii
vate parts. Sold by druggists, mail 50c
and tl.00. Williams' M'fg. Co., Pvops.,
Cleveland. O. Sold by Hooton's Phar
macy. '
Walter Acker, Jr. M. A. Acker.
Walter Acker, Jr., & Co.,
Electrical Contractors.
Generators, Motors, Telautograph and
Conduit Work Given Special Attention.
Phone 1611. Pensacola, Fla.
Visitors
to Pensacola desiring
satisfying laundry work
should try our splendid
service. We'll give you
good work.
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY.
E. W. LAWRENCE, Proprietor.
15-17 W. ROMAN A ST.
Phone 185.
How Does Your Gro
cer Treat You?
in point of service, pri
ces and qualities? If
there is room for im
provement this store
awaits your commands.
The satisfaction that
comes with pleased cus
tomers will then be both
yours and ours.
KLEIN GROCERY CO.
MAX KLEIN, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
and Ship Supplies.
500-502 South Palafox Street.
Phone 358.
eg
Catarrh comes as a result of Impurities and morbid matter in the
circulation, and is a disease that only attacks mucous membrane. The
entire inner portion of the body is lined with a delicate skin or covering
of soft, sensitive flesh. Thousands of tiny blood vessels are Interlaced
throughout this mucous surface, and it is through these that the innej
membrane receives its nourishment and is kept in healthful condition
When, however, the blood becomes infected with catarrhal impurities th
tissues become diseased and Catarrh gets a foothold in the system. Th
early stages of Catarrh are characterized by such symptoms as a tight,
stuffy feeling in the head, watery eyes, buzzing noises in the ears, with par
tial deafness and often difficult breathing and chronio hoarseness. These
are merely symptoms, and while sprays, inhalations and other local treat
inent may temporarily relieve them, Catarrh cannot be cured until the
blood is purified of the exciting cause. S. S. S. cures Catarrh by cleansing
the blood of all impure catarrhal matter. It goes down into the circula
tion and attacks the disease at its head, and removes every particle of th
catarrhal Impurity. Then the mucous linings are all supplied with fresh,
pure blood, and allowed to heal, instead of being kept in a constant state
of irritation by the catarrhal matter. Special book on Catarrh and. any
medicaladvice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
Get in on a good thing
clothing men don't like to
"carry over" goods from one
season to another; we buy as much as
we think we want it's better to buy
too much than too little; but one can't
possibly forsee just how many suits or
overcoats we're going to selj; and we
always have left some stock.
These are Hart Schaffner & Marx
fine stuff, and we are closing them out,
giving you 20 per cent off while they last.
J. R. NIX & CO.
"Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back.'
TO-NIGHT
BOWLING GAME
MOBILE vs. PENSACOLA
Bowling Alleys, West Romana
Admission, 25 cents
To help defray the expenses of the
visiting team-
Tents of Every Description
If it's made of canvas, we make it.-
A. H. McLEOD & GO.
Phone 1176. 708 South Palafox.
The Very Best of Their Kind
KRANICH & BACH PIANOS-450 to $1,200
$10 per month and up.
LESTER PIANOS $350 to $850 $8.00 per
month and up.
PLAYER PIANOS 88-note Any one can now
play Pianos, $650. Terms, $15 per month and up.
"BREWSTER," "FOSTER," "KOHLER &
CAMPBELL" PIANOS $225 to $450 $6.00 per
month and up.
VICTOR and EDISON PHONOGRAPHS $1
per week.
FORD AUTOMOBILES $825 to $1,200.
If you own a FORD no one will have a better car. They may eot mora
and go a few miles an hour faster but they won't go any further or with
imore ease. Ladies can run a Ford car. Ford cars are always ready no
shop bills. A Ford won the New York to Seattle race, defeating all the high
priced ears. Write or phone for catalog.
Garage. 39 E. Garden St.
i he
Clutter
112 and 114 S.
RIDS THE SYSTE6T
0FCATA8UH
Music House
Palafox Street.
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