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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1908
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Boysare whooping it
up for the long vaca
tion
You wont care how
hard your boy plays if
he wears clothes that
wearsuch as we pro
vide for big and little
boysWash
Wash Suits for the lit
I tle fellows that will
stand a tubbing as well
as their vearers
Prices are all little
150 to 750
John White Store
fBBGfALjertt IN MENS AND
BOYS WEAR
Phen fflS 361297 L Falafmc St
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The
Sanitary
Ignorance
of our imported uno likee
no washec competitors
has cost many lives
Avoid taking this risk of
infection by sending all
your laundry to the
The Empire Laundry
Where Linen Lasts
W C KACKEY Manager
kale 322
Florida and Alabama
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LAND COMPANY
Manufacturers of
and Dealers In
LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
GLES AND KILNDRIED SAP
AGENTS
KNOX HATS J t M SHOES
JAEGERS UNDERWEAR J B
STETSON HATS
Special Shoes at 350
Including vices relour box calf
patent leathers Bals and
Oxfords
JOE COLEMAN
Phone 727 212 3 PALAFOX
The Popular Clothier
Every Medicine Advertis
ed in This Paper For Sale
at CRYSTAL PHARMACY
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KNOWLES BROS
Insurance
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT MARINE
General Agents of
The Equitable
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
YORK
232239 Brent Bldg Second Floor
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A SIXTEARfrLHAGUE FOR WEST FLORIDA
Baseball and Other Sports
Standing of Leagues
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SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
Clubs P W L Pct
Jacksonville 41 30 11 732
Columbia 35 21 14 600
Savannah 41 22 19 536
Augusta 40 IS 22 450
Macon 43 17 23 395
Charleston 41 12 29 293
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Clubs P W K Pct
Montgomery a 36 I 21 15 5S3
Memphis 37 21 16 5CS
New Orleans 39 22 17 565
Atlanta 31S 16 529
Mobile 36 19 17 52S
Nashville 1 32 15 17 469
Little Rock 38 17 21 448
Birmingham 34 10 24 294
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Clubs P W L Pet
New York 34 19 15 559
Detroit 34 19 15 559
Chicago 34 13 16 523
Cleveland 319 17 528 j
St Louis 38 20 18 526
Philadelphia 3S 20 18 526
Washington S7 17 20 459 I
Boston 3S 15 24 385
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Clubs P W L Pet
Chicago 34 22 12 647
Philadelphia 31 17 14 549
New York 35 19 16 541
Pittsburg 32 17 15 531
Cincinnati 36 19 17 528
Boston 37 16 19 457
St LoUis 39 15 24 385
Brooklyn 313 21 3S2
Results Yesterday
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
Macon 2 Charleston 1
Augusta 3 Jacksonville 5
Savannah Columbia no game rain
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
First Games
Atlanta 8 Mobile 2
iBinmingham 1 Litle Rock 3
Montgomery 1 New Orleans 8
Nashville 0 Mtemphis 1 13 innings
Second Games
Birmingham 2 Little Rock 1
Atlanta 1 Mobile 0 10 innings
Montgomery 4 New Orleans 7
Nashville 2 Memphis 5 6 innings
darkness
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Morning Games
Detroit 6 Chicago 3
Boston 6 Washington 0
Cleveland 3 St Louis 5 fourteen
innings
New York Philadelphia rain
Afternoon Games
Detroit 9 Chicago 5
Boston 4 Washington 7
Cleveland 6 St Louis 4
New YorkPhiladelphia rain
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Morning Games
St Louis 2 Chicago 0
Cincinnati 0 Plttsourg L
Brooklyn 0 New York 5
Bhiladelphia Boston rain
Afternoon Games
St Louis 2 Chicago 11
Cincinnati 1 Pittsburg 4
Others rain
WARRINGTONS PUT
IT OVER WOOLSEYS
Just as Jones said about this War
rington Jrs the question was Tvno
Tas the best
team The score doesnt
always tell that but In this case if
the reader iad seen the
game Tie
would have agreed with Jones that
his Warrlngton boys were there with
the winning goods and they certainly
unloaded them en the Woolsey
seYboylS
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to the tune of 7 to 1 Pitcher Atsln
< ger of the Warringtons held his op
ponents down to two scattered hits
and a shutout up until the final in
nings when the Woolsey
brace boys took a
and put a man over the plate
with A base on balls and two s
succes
sive singles by Armstrong and Cohron
From start to finish it
was a regular
tig league game
Manager Jones thinks that the
pros
pects are bright
for just as victorious
a season as the Warringtcns
finished
last year and that has never been
equaled by any major league team In
the South let
alone an
any amateur
team 19 won out of 19 played or
100 per cent
Jones is looking
for
his more games for
youngsters and
asks that
any
team
that desires to
play the War
ringtons address Manager Jones
through the sporting columns
of The
Journal Address all commtinrcatlons
care Sporting Editor
The score
R H E
Warrington Jr 7 10 3
Woolsey
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TERRY McGOVERN BIDS
FAREWELL TO SQUARE CIRCLE
By Associated Press
New York May 30Tenry McGov
Weve Struck Up a More
Expensive Acquaintance
This Spring than ever before with men who are
dressparticular Thats because of the merit and
worth of our Suits Hats Shoes and Furnishings
Suits 12 to 30 Hats 150 to 350 Panama Hats
I 5 to 12 Shirts the best ever at 1 to 3
l Corner Palafox H 0 ANSON Corner Palafox
r and Main r I and Govt
Streets CASH CLOTHIER Streets
4 Phone 297 Pensacola Florida Phone 476
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ern enutunces through his manager
Joe Humphreys hie reUremet from
the prize ring Humphreysa letter
making the announcement states that
McGoverns poor showing in his re
cent fight with Robson has convinced
him that his fighting days are over
He has been in the ring fourteen
years During the summer Govern
and Young Corbett will give boxing
exhibitions in a number of small
towns and in the fall McGovern will
go into business leaving the boxing
game lor good
MEETINGS ARE
INTER ESTINS
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GADSDEN STREET METHODIST
CHURCH STILL CONDUCTING
VALUABLE SERIES OF REVIVAL
SERVICES WHICH ARE BEING
WELL ATTENDED
Three most interesting services
were held yesterday at the Gadsden
church by Rev E C Moore who is
conducting a revival meeting there
The sermon in the morning was
founded upon the words of the Psalm
ist Thou hast been my dwelling
place from all generations The ex
position of this text was most ibeau
tiCul and impressive setting forth the
benign results of dwelling in the
Father
In the afternoon a childrens ser
vice was held and a goodly number
of children attended and listened with
close attention to both Rev Moore
and Rev Woodward
Mr Moore spoke on the words of
the Apostle of Love My little chil
dren these things write I unto you
that ye sin not
At the evening service the Scrip
ture used was the first four verses
> f the twentieth ± chaptjpr of First
Kings
The line of thought pursued was
along the tlaini of the great adversary
of the world and of individual souls
and the spirited contest of the church
for all its rights
Today services iviBl be held in the
morning at 11 oclock and at S oclock
in the evening
Rev Mr Woodward will address
the Busy Peoples Bible Class this
morning at 930 oclock and the fcp
worth League at 7 oclock
THE ALUMNIS
ANNUALBANQUfT
ALL THE ALUMNI OF THE PEN
SACOLA HIGH SCHOOL FAC
ULTY AND THE MEMBERS OF
THE SCHOOL BOARD WILL
MAKE MERRY MONDAY NIGHT
The second annual banquet by the
alumni association of the P H S for
which much preparation has been
made will be given at the Y M C
A budding Monday night
The members are enthusiastically
certain of a good time and
a very en
joyable evening will no doubt be
spent by the late sweet girl the
comma is not intentional but neces
sary and boy graduates
as well
by the alumni of longer as
standing
The members of the school
board
wilt be
present
and a response will
be made by Supt N B Cook
Prof Jos B
sole life honorary who Is the
member of the or
ganization
and whose
last
year with
the high
school
days closed with last Fri
commencement
been exercises has
chosen
The as the guest of honor
members organization now has about 20
and when these ri
youngsters spirited
and old stagers up
to the round table gers gather up
merriment
laughter and n
unchained
glee
inter
spersed necessarily with pathetic
conditions will reign
POTATOES PAm
117 PER ACRE
F W KUHN OF FOLEY
ALA
TELLS METHOD OF HIS SUC
CESS AS A TRUCK GARDENER
IN BALDWIN COUNTYMUCH
MONEY TO BE MADE IN VEGE
TABLES
Special to The Journal
Foley Ala May 30F W Kuhn
one of the farmers of this locality
who took the trouble to keep track or
his expenses made a profit of 5117 per
acre on his white potatoes
He had in four acres which yielded
700 hampers of commercial potatoes
besides about 40 bushels of small
ones which he saved for home use
The 700 hampers brought him 5570
after the cost of hampers freight and
commissions had been deducted He
used ten barrels of Tennessee seed
which cost 3630 his fertilizer cost
4 sacks of blood C4 4 sacks or
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ANGUS w McMILLAN
is a candidate for reelection to the office of
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
OF
ESCAMSIA COUfJVTY
His record in the office has proven him to be one of
the most efficient Circuit Court Clerks in Florida His
worth as a citizen and his generosity to the worthy char
ities of the county are proverbial He is a home man
every interest that he has s centered in Escambia county
and he is in thorough sympathy with the people of the
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county
VOTE FOR
As M McMillan
FOR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
IN THE
SECOND PRIMARY
JUNE 16th NEXT
potash 524 and 2400 pounds of acid
phosphate 17 making a total cost
of 10130 which deducted from re
ceipts of 570 leaves a net profit or
46S70 on his fouracre field
Mr Kuhn has already panted the
same ground to sweet potatoes with
out any additional fertilizer and ex
pects to realize almost as well oft
them
D McFarren who had in the same
acreage realized about the same
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ALL AROUND
CHOCTAWHATCHIE
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Special to The Journal
Garniers Fla May 30The Gar
niers Naval Stores Company and H
A Ray Company have made several
large naval stores shipments this
week
> Mr J V Davis and wife were oallea
to Florala Ala the first of the week
to atten1 the funeral of Mrs Daviss
brother The friends and neighbors I
extend their heartfelt sympathy to
Mrs Davis
MT William Lowry cif Holly Fla
visited his daughter Mrs Broxson
combining business with pleasure
Mr Lowry transacted some business
while at Garniero
Mr TC Brooks of Camp Walton
made a business trip to PensacOla
Saturday returning on the mail launch
Monday
Mr Charles Parrish of Boggy visit
ed Garniers Friday
J W Soule and family of Camp
Walton arrd < Mlrs R C Irwin ot
Five Mule Bayou were guests of their
friends Mr and Mrs Hartgrove of
Garniers Sunday
Teddy wouM have no fear of race
suicide if he could see the population
all around Choctawhatchee for the
stork is very busy around these
aters He left a tiny girl at J P
Roberts a boy at J H Browns ot
Camp Walton and the home of Mr
Brooks at Camp Walton was made
happy by the advent of a daughter
and the end is not yet
J M Sweeney the mail carrier of
roUe 23538 from Gattis to Mary Esther
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ther via Ganiienj has the con tract Tor
carrying the mail for the next four
> vi rs The patrons along the route
are well pleased that they will have
Mr Sweeneys services for another
four years as he has roeen obliging
and efficient with a kind word for all
We give him the glad hand end ex
t < nd our best wishes hoping the suns
of simtmer may not nrove too hot
> nor the winds of winter too cold for
I the comfort of iMr Sweeney and his
faithful horse
The Rev B Butch of Pensacola
was not able to keep his appointment
Sunday the 10th owing to sickness
but notified his congregation of Crack
er eck that he would preach 3Iou
cay night the ISth instant A little
shower kept some few at home but
there are always a few faithful ones
who do not forsake the assembling of
themslves together They are the
ones the preacher always depends
upon and so in spite of wind and rain
there was an attentive audience to
listen to Rev Blitch
Miss Peterson from Elgru Il Is
isitine her friend Miss Anna Cal en
of Sunny Bank Miss Peterson Is 0
phted whit Florida anJ says It Is an
ideal Place to rest and recuperate I
Dallas Duncan of Brantlywlne was
vhiting his father at Town Point last
week The Garnieis people are hoping
that now that Dallas has nroved his
claim to his homestead Brandywiive
that he will set up his household
goods and become a benedict
Mre WilIam Hartgrove has been
very sick but at this writing Is con
alesceot
Miss Sara < Elce of Peoria 111 visit
ed her friends Mr Jeraul in March
1907 she remained until May and
then returned north but she could
not forget the Land of Flowers and
the murmUr of the waters lured her
bick and this larch she returned
Trth her sister Miss Mary and Tier
brother Mir J Elce and bought
acres of land from iMr Jchn EWIng
one Five Mile Bayou They are build
ing quite a handsome house English
THE RIGHT KIND
Of a Medicine
i For those whose systems are run down and debilitated
s STOMACH and whose digestive organs are weak and unable to prop
± ± erlv digest and assimilate the food can be found In Hos
I BIKXJERS Letters Stomach Bitters While we have hundreds of let
s J + eT 3 tern to prove this claim still a personal trial will convince
= iara more quickly and satisfactorily
yOU Therefore get a bet
tie of
Hostetters
II Stomach Bitters
today from any Druggist Dealer or Grocer and you
make the first step on the road to good health It will
L and stren then the entire system
tone strengthen system make plenty of
rich red blood and prevent such ailments as
I 1 Heartburn Cramps Dyspepsia Poor Appetite
Biliousness Costiveness Indigestion Female
1 Ills Headache and Malaria Fever and Ague
The genuine has our Private Stamp over neck of bottle
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THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE
I 250
Ladies Oxfords all styles
all leathers for Monday the
choice of any pair in our
store for
195
If you appreciate live bar
gains you will surely come
MEYER SHOE CO
Feet Furnishers For Folks
102 South Palafox Street
style We hear that Miss Elce is a
noted artist and decorator and that
so soon as they get their house fin
11eda studio will be built We are
glad that this talented lady has chosen
the sunny souhland for her home and
accord her a warm welcc me
Owing to the iecline of health of
E A Mooney of Garniers the mer 1
cantile business of E A Mooney
Co has been discontinued and J J
McOaskill of Freeport senior member
rf the firm has been down settling
up the business and removing the
stock of goods Freeport For more
than a year iMr Mooney has been in
feeble health and for more than six
months his friends have felt that his
mind was impaired and that he was
incapable of attending to any busi
ness At present he is visiting at his
old home in New York City to we
learn and we hope to see him much
benefited by a change of scene ana
rest
restA
A Socialist Club has < been rormen
with members from Camp Walton
Garniers Cracker Xeck and Five
Mile Bayou Whey have been holding
literary meetings at Mr McCormicks
at Cracker Neck Mr Woods of
Camp Walton Is the leader They
meet twice a month on Sunday after
noon
Mr J P Roberts and family have
all been sick Mr Roberts was so
seriously ill that Dr Ward remained
at his bedside all night
Inside of the next few weekS we
bear Mrs Daisy S Mooney will open
rp a nice line of general merchandise
in the store formerly occupied toy E
A Mooney Co In the meantime
she is making preparations for the
ocmfort and enjoyment of her regu
lar trade and that of the excursionist
also by preparing to handle ice cream
i nd lemonade and will install a soda
fountain I
Mr Hank Niles and family of Free
port have been visiting relatives at
estin and on Tuesday Mr Niles
brought a large party in his launch
seeing the sights around Choctaw
hatches
Messrs William iMarler of Destin
J W Brooks and T C Brooks of
Camp Walton went to Pensacola Fri
day to attend the Masonic lotfge re
t to their homes Saturday eve
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FISHING
ANY
Get the best lines hooks and all
fishing tackle here 25 or 50 cents
will nx you out all right
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Cogs Book Store
BRENT BUILOmO
Phono 235 ° Penaaeolo
SOUTHERN BRICK CO
Manufacturers or
BUILDING AND FIRE BRICK
Office 412 Thlesen Building
Phone 597 Pensacola Fla
PREMIUM
STOCK
If you look through live stock ex
hibits you wont find cattle In better
condition than those we buy for our
customers We buy the best and In
such large quantity that we pay no
more than others pay for the worst
therefore you get benefit of low
price here as well as best meat
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The Parlor Market
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BOOKS4r
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Separate volumes of
DICKENS
The ones you want at 90 cents and
100 per copy Al binding type and
paper Gilt top illustrated
HARRY T HOWLAND
Uaeager De lAma Spook Sec
De Lttaa St Pkeaa hill
No Detail
Escapes
Onr attention in the latmder
ing of your linens Thats why
there are so many STRAR bun
dles being delivered daily May 1
we call for yours
The Star Stem
Laundry
37 E Garden St Phone 114
Pensacola Fla
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l11 aU WBEf3 NOTkGo BARE
J HrA DED WE HAVE So MANY
t r 5TRA WiHATJ
l A MAN i5 FIRST JUDGED
A1I NOT BY WHAT IS IN HIS
c HEAD BUTBYWH LIS
ON i T BUSTER
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DoES NOT YoUR HEAD FEEL HOT IN THE OLD
HAT YOU ARE WERING WHY NOT PUT ON
A CLEAN COOL SWELL STRAW HAT THE
HEAD IS THE CENTER OF ALL fEELING AND
UNLESS YOUR HEAD rEELS GooD YOU CANNOT
FEEL GooD WE CAN MAKE THE HEADS Of
MEN BOYS AND CHILDREN FEEL CoNFoRT
ABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING PRICES
WE HAVE STRAW HATS FOR 5075100
ALSo A GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA BLOCKED
SPECIALLY FOR US WORTH 600 AND 4700
FOR ONLY i5o0
RESPECTFULLY
TheMO
321 and 323 South Palafox Street
THE BIG SToRE OPPOSITE THE PLAZA

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