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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1908 IS
REGATTA
i WASH SUITS
The suits that are made to wear and the kind
all mothers appreciate For one week beginning
Monday June 1st we will sell our entire stock of I
Wash Suits at the following reductions I
125 Suits reduced to d 100
150 Suits reduced to 0 120
200 Suits reduced to i 160
250 Suits reduced to 200
300 Suits reduced to 240
350 Suits reduced to A 280
400 Suits reduced to 320
450 Suits reduced to 360 I
500 Suits reduced to 400 i
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Sizes 212 to 9 years white and fancy colors
Come and see them early
Standard Clothing Co
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THE WEATHER
t DUHrNG JUNE
NOT A FORECAST BUT WHAT HAS
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OCCURRED DURING THIS MONTH
FOR THE PAST 28 YEARS AS
SHOWiN BY WEATHER BUREAU
RECORDS
OTie following data coverIng a pe
riod of twentyeight years has been
complied from weather bureau rec
ords at Pensacola and Is Issued to
show the conditions which have pre
vailed during the month of June dur
ing this period bait should not be
construed as forecast
Temperature
Mean or normal temperature SO de
grees
The warmest month was that of
1SS1 with an average of 82 degrees
The coldest month was that of
1903 with an average of 76 degrees
The highest temperature 101 on
June 30 1894
The lowest temperature was 55 de
grees on June 1 1889
The earliest date on which first
tilling frost occurred in autumn No
vember 12
Average date on which first kUling
frost occurred In autumn December 5
Average date on which last Killing
frost occurred in spring February 23
The latest date on which last kill
ing frost occurred in spring April 6
Precipitation
t Average for the month 485 Inches
Average number of days with 01 of
an Inch or more 10
The greatest monthly precipitation
was 1411 inches in 1887
The leastmonthly precipitation was
027 Inches in 1901
The greatest amount precipita
tion recorded in any 24 consecutive
Incurs was 1070 inches on 28 and 29
18S7
Clouds and Weather
Average number of clear days 10
partly cloudy days 14 cloudy days 6
Wind
The prevailing winds have been
from the southwest
The average hourly velocity of the
avind is 91 miles
The highest velocity of the wind
was 48 miles dram the southwest on
June 27 1SSS
A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat bundles for
vl sale 5c a bundle at The Jour
nal office
Kill the Bugs
with
CHEMO
If theres anything in
this world that annoys a
fellow so much as a bed
bug we dont know what
b
it is You can rid your
entire house of the bed
bug nuisance with Che
mo Its a powerful an
tiseptic and germicide
McKenzie Oerting
Company
60357 S Palafox Phone 67
ADVT
WHAT 15 ClAN
SWEEp AFTERY
The average voter is quick
to resent any attempt upon
the part of es
pecially defeated ones to
turn him over lock stock
and barrel to successful op
ponents after a first primary
and when such an attempt is
made it is but natural that
belief should gain ground
that the man who would thus
turn over his friends unto the
political ministrations of a
former political enemy has
an axe of his own that is bad
ly in need of grinding
The Clean Sweep Man
otherwise known as Lucius
S Brown now a member of
the Pensacola City Council
by grace of the voters who
really believed his protesta
tions that he was opposed to
the members of the city
council and the way they did
business and was for a new
deal all around after hav
ing been overwhelmingly de =
feated in his race for the of
fice of Clerk of the Circuit
Court by the present incum
bent A M McMillan evi
dently has a political axe
that is in need of a grind
stone and consequently is
now in the ranks of the Mac
gibbon supporters working
with might and main to de
liver his friends in the first
primary over to Macgibbon
in the hope that the latter
may develop strength suffi
cient to defeat Mr McMillan
I on June 16a forlorn hope
at best I
I What is Brown after Is
his action to be construed
I into an announcement for
I the position of Circuit Clerk
I four years hence action
I based upon the knowledge
I that Macgibbon being the
weaker man of the two and
at the same time wholly in
I experienced in the duties of
the office he will prove an
easier victim to Clean
Sweep wfien the latter
makes another chase after
those visionary dollars he
believes are in the office
If that is not the case can
it be a pure business deal
that actuates the Clean
Sweep man in his efforts to
lead his friends into the Mac
gibbon camp
What is Brown after any
< Adv °
way
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TERSELY TOLD
The maximum temperature at Pen
sacola yesterday was 85 degrees at
230 p m while the minimum was
76 degrees at 530 a m Last year
on the same date the maximum was
82 degrees and the minimum 74 degree
The maximum for
gree average
this date is S2 degrees and the aver
age minimum 70 degrees
Fifteen cases were docketed for
trial in the recorders court yesterday
morning Of this number thrae
cases were continued one defendant
discharged and fines amounting to
53 Imposed
S s
In the report yesterday morning of
new suits tiled in the circuit court
Thursday it was stated that S P Ro
zear had brought suit against Pensa
cola Grocery company for 2000 This
was an error as the suit was brought
against the Pensacola Electric com I
pany
panyrank I
Frank P May of Quincy was
among the business visitors to the
city yesterday V
Amos a Lewis of Marianna secre
tary to United States Senator W H
Milton was in the city yesterday and
was warmly greeted by his many
friends
S
A large party ett the city yesterday
afternoon on the steamer Captain
Fritz for Camp Walton where they
will spend today returning to the
city tonight about 11 oclock
s
Following are those who won first
honors in grade 5 section A school
No 1 First honor in high scholar
ship Sydney Davis first honor in
generaJ average Christine Johnson
second honor Elmer Bell Vera Kel
ler Lilly Lawry Maurine Meyers and
Beth Walton
1 a
Dr L C Phillips and family will
leave tomorrow for Camp WaJton
where they will enjoy a weeks va
cation spent at points of interest on
the sound
Rc W Sublett who has been con
fined to his home with illness and
whose condition was at one time re
ported as serious is able to sit up
again a decided ohange for the bet
ter having been reported in his con
dition The many friends of the pa
tient will be interested to Jearn that
attending physicians are hopeful or
his getting out in the course of a
few weeks
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The body of J J Halloran was
shipped on Friday to NashviL for
burial The remains were accompan
ied by J A Halloran and Miss An
nie Halloran brother and sister ot
the deceased The funeral wilL occur
this afternoon
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News was received in Pensacola
yesterday of the death of Chasrles
Larkin formerly of this city recently
of Bridgeport Conn The deceased
who is well known in local circles
and who has a wife and two children
residing here met death by falling
from a binder although particulars
as to the exact manner in which the
accident occurred are meagre He
left Pensacola last fall after having
been a resident of the city for several
years
EXCURSION TODAY
STEAMER MONARCH
To Life Saving Stati n
and other points leaving
Palafox wharf at 10 a m
returning at 1 p m
Afternoon trip leaving 3
p m returning 6 p m
FARE 50 CENTS
TUG MONARCHS
DAILY TRIPS
The tug Monarch will leave Pala
fox wharf every morning at 715 for
the Navy Yard and Santa Rosa Beach
Pavillion and will return at 415 p
m Picnic parties will find this very
convenient to spend a pleasant day
Fare 50 cents including use of Pavil
lion for picnic parties
MOONLIGHT
EXCURSION
THURSDAY JUNE 4
ON
TUG MONARCH
Leaves Palafox wharf at 730 p m go
ing to pavillion on Santa Rosa Island re
turning at 12 oclock Orchestra will be
on board and furnish music for dancing
Refreshments will be served at the pavil
lion
FARE 50 CENTS
PARDON TO AGED PRISONER
Old Soldier Made Happy on Memorial
Day
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By Associated Press
Columbus Ohio May 30 Mainly
through the efforts of C L Win
try formerly chaplain at the Ohio
penitentiary David WingeTy aged Go
pears an old soldier serving life sen
tence behind the walls dor the murder
of John Blakely of Sandusky was the
happy recipient of the memorial day
pardon at the hands of Governor Har
ris today ExChaplain Wingely is a
cousin of the prisoner
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CLOSINGOUTSALE
OF THE
L FRIEDMAN CO BANKRUPT STOCK
Now Going On at the Old Stand 113115 S Palafox Street
Pensacola Fla
Positively the greatest bargain opportunity ever offered the people of West
Florida A 17800 stock of Dry Goods bought at 46 cents on the dollar that
must be converted into cash in the next 30 days It will pay you to come 200
miles or more to take advantage of this grand bargain carnival Hotel keepers
and country merchants will find this an exceptional opportunity to buy mer
chandise away below the wholesale cost
The stock embraces nearly everything contained in a general dry goods store
such as Silks Dress Goods White Goods Sheetings Domestics Colored Wash
Goods Table Linens Towels Laces Embroideries Corsets Muslin and Knit
Underwear Hosiery Notions Ladies Shoes Shirt Waists Skirts Suits Petti
coats Hats Flowers Plumes Wrappers also linens Shoes Underwear Shirts
Bathing Suits Socks Clothing and Furnishing Goods Household Supplies
such as Mattings Rugs Carpets Curtains Window Shades also a lot of Fine
Trunks to go away below original cost I
Ladies Underwear and Corsets
Best Sc Swiss ribbed Vests on sale for 5c
25c Mercerized Swiss Vests full bleached to
go at 14c
lOc and 12 l2c Swiss eVsts on sale for 8c
All our 50c Muslin Unlerwear goingat 35c
All our 39c Muslin Underwear going at 23c
All our 100 Muslin Underwear going aLl 69c
Best 100 Corsets all standard makes such as
Kabo Royal Worcester Majestic W B
and R tC G choice of all the best 1 makes
now for 69c
All our cheaper Corsets to close out in 2 bar
gain lots at 39c and 25c
Bargains in Mens Wear
Mens Black Mohair Coats formerly marked at
250 and 300 to close out for 25c
Mens 50c Striped Wash Coats to close out for 19c
Mens 150 and 200 Odd Vests to close out at 8c
Mens lOc Mixed Socks marked down to 5c
Mens 12 l2c and 15c Socks marked down to 7 l2c
Mens 19c extra good Socks marked down to 12c
Mens 50c and 75c Madras Top Shirts to close
out for 39c
Mens 100 125 and 150 Standard Madras
Shirts a very special bargain at 69c
35c French Model Suspenders marked down to 19c
Finest 50c President and Guiot Suspenders
nicely boxed to close out at 39c
The entire bankrupt stock of Mens Suits and
odd Pants to be closed out away below original
cost All Mens Underwear away below cost
Bankrupt Stock of Shoes
2000 pairs of Mens Ladies and Childrens
Shoes must be closed out at once 6 Special
Bargain Tables loaded down with all kinds
of Shoes to be sold away below original cost
price See the special bargain lots at 43c
69c 85c 110 139 and 169
It will pay you to lay those aside until you need
them
BankruptSaleCarpets Mattingc
Very best 135 Carpets now on sale for 69c
100 Carpets marked down to close out at 59c
90c Carpets marked down to close out at 48c
50c all wool Carpets to close out at 35c
Large line of fine Jap and Napier Mattings
away below cost
Best650 Trunks marked down to 395
Best 850 Trunks marked down to 495
150 Chenille Table Covers at half price 75c
Domestics and Sheetings
Best 5c Unbleached Domestic to close out now
for 3 34c
12 12c Bleached May wood Cambric marked
down to 8 12c
9 12c Bleached Thistledown Domestic mark
ed down to 6 34c
Best 35c Bleached Pepperell Sheeting on sale
for 26 12c
BesroOc Bleached Sheets marked down to38c
81x90 Bleached Snowflake Sheets New York
Mills Finish 65c quality only 49c
25c Table Oil Cloth 45 inches wide on sale at 15c
12 12c Matchless Bleached Pillow Cases 011
sale for 9c
Best 90c Bleached Pepperell Sheets a great
bargain at 65c
Bankrupt Sale of Silks r
Best 50c Satins all popular colors going at 29c J
65c and 75c plain and fancy Jap and Taffeta
Silks marked down to 35c
S5c and 90c Taffeta Silks allstyles and colors
for 49c
Finest 125 all Silk Peau de Crepe in light
blue pink Alice lilac and rose choice for 69c
100 printed Chiffon and Silk Tissues for
dresses marked down to 50c
100 and 125 All Silk Crepe de Chine in
cream light blue pink and cardinal to go at 59c
Bankrupt Sale of White
Goods and Wash Goods
Best 15c 40inch White Lawn to go at 8 34c
Best 15c White India Linons now only lOc
Best 25c Sheer and Fine White French Lawns
marked down to 18c
Best 25c Linonette Suitings in white or colors
marked down to 12c
12 l2c and 15c Dress Ginghams nobby style
marked down to > 8c
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One table of fine printed Tissue DeSoie best
25c values marked down to 14c
Finest 19c printed Organdies choice styles
marked down to half price 9 12c
All our 25c Hosier in Mens Ladies or Chil
drens on sale for v 18c
Best 50c Elastic Belts all colors with Swastika
buckles on sale for 15c
7 c Embroideries and Insertings on sale for 3 34c
15c Embroideries and Insertings on sale for 9c
All our trimmed and untrimmed Hats and
Flowers away below cost All shelving counters
and show cases must be closed out at any sacrifice I
I Bankrupt Sale of Ladies Waists Skirts Suits Petticoats M Hlidery I
This is the chance of a lifetime to buy good
merchandise at your own price
400 Mohair Skirts in black brown or navy
to close out for 295
One lot of 300 and 350 Skirts in fancy
Tweed and Mohair styles to go at 195
I 550 and 650 Mahair and Panama Skirts to
close out for 390
750 and 850 Silk Mohair and Chiffon Pan
I ama Skirts marked down to 495
Ladies 250 Lawn Suits marked down to 125
Ladies 300 Lawn Suits marked down to149
Ladies 350 Linonette Suits to lose out for 185 I
Ladies 400 White Lawn Suits beautifully
made on sale now for 195
All the finer Skirts and Suits we are determin
ed to close out at once at any sacrifice
Ladies 75c and 85c White Lawn Waists to go 48c
150 sheer and fine White Lawn Shirt Waists
marked down to 85c
Extraordinary bargains in fine white lawn
Waists to close out in the Bankrupt Sale at 119 I
169 5249 and 295 each
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