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rtig pjtsnsACOLA jOOKimal. TnOKSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1917.
3. 3 YOUR SICK CHILD IS LOOK AT TONGUE COHSTPATED HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POI SONS FROM LITTLE STOMACH, UVER, BOWELS. GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" IF CROSS, BILIOUS OR FEVERISH. No matter what ails your child, a gentle, thorough laxative should al ways be the f.rst treatment given. : If your little one is out-of-sorts, 'half-sick, isn't resting, eating and jacting naturally look, Mother! see if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign Ithat it's little Btomach, liver and !bowel3 are clogged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomachache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, :give a teaspoonful of "California Sy rup of Figs," and in a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out. of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, Playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," be cause it never fails to cleanse the lit tle one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach aryi they dearly love its , pleasant taste. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. A6k your druggist for a 50-cent bottk4 I of "California Syrup of Figs"; then, see that it is made by the "California Fi Svruu Company." Adv- 8ZS What We Do for Your EYES Examine them painstak ingly, acurately and scien tifically. Furnish at fair and equit able prices the glasses re quired. Fit the glasses to assure both comfort and satisfac tion. INGRAM OPTICAL CO. hi S. Palafox St. Phone 604 Sample Shoe Store 23 South Palafox. HIGH-GRADE SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN. 40 PER CENT LESS THAN YOU WOULD PAY ELSEWHERE. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face massage. Phone 109 "A GOOD DRUG STORE" IVatsnn. PnrlfPf Reese Company "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." KJ Police Seek American Girl in Cuba - , A&il 4$'", ivv I & r , ,' vJf v I V ' ,! : TV W SOLVED LOCAL SCHOOL ISSUE SPECIAL TO THE JOL'RNAL. Crestview, Aug. 1. The people of this district are very much in earnest when it comes to the school question. There was a little talk among: those in charge of school affairs to abandon school this year because of no house Our school building having burned to the ground last year and the new brick building is as yet not started; though the bonds are validated and the contract awarded an enterprising citizen and contractor. But Crest view will have school because the patrons rose up en masse on Monday evening, July 30th, and passed resolu tions in effect to begin school in September; also to erect the building upon the square onerously donated for school purposes by H- J. Brett. The citizens appointed a committee of three to wait upon the trustees and school commissioners and advise them of the action of the citizens' body, and to secure a place for the school to be held until our permanent home is completed V H. Mapoles was chosen chair man, and L- C. Vaughn secretary of the meeting. 17' IMiLl U Pryor Quits the Furniture Business Positively His Last Sale Let this sale of Furniture catch you in a responsive mood before it is too late. Open your mind, listen to reason, to the call of wisdom and economy, to the crying need of your home for a new suite of Furniture, or for a piece or two that will give it that cozy appearance you have so long wished to give it. New York, Aug. 1. Is Ruth Arm strong, missing in Havana since July 16, victim of the international ..white slave syndicate revealed by Consuelo La Rue in the Ruth Cruger case? Possibly working on that theory American and Cuban secret service forces have joined hands in one of the most remarkable cases ever recorded- Miss Armstrong went to Havana July 0 to serve as governess for a wealthy family- Seven "flays later she disappeared. She was last seen leaping from an automobile as though trying to escape captors. ing seamen for the interned German liners that have . been repaired and are being put into commission under the American flag. They will man the guns on the i transports that carrv our mn aboard, and as fast as Admiral Capps and j Mr Hurley are able to turn out a be able to furnit. every one of the j rl new snips witn gun crews, ine rram- ing of gunnery groups is perhaps the I most important work now bw.g ione I in the way of instruction on the ! fleet. j The main batteries of the fleet It is believed the international uth Cruger case, mav have trans- avc "ot- of courf bef,n depleted to ferred headquarters to Havana to furnish gunners for tne merchant escape police operations and may fh,Ps; These are too important fac have taken Miss Armstrong bv force ?rs to be disturbed and the crews while the voung woman was walking j that man the big 14-mch guns have Miss Armstrong is unusually beau- i not been weakened tiful. Her father, Lerov Armstrong, j The n "V from the commerce was formpr Chicago n-wsn.n-r mar,, carriers and troops ships are being She taught school in Salt Lake City, Youngstown, 0., and Los Angeles, Cal., before going to Cuba Washington authorities have or dered every effort made to find and free her. American Fleet Now In Highest State Efficiency Washington Bureau, j old Oregon and her sister ships. The Tensacola Journal, i I hese have been modernized, how Washington, D. C, Aug- 1. With I ever, as well as could be done, given very little display of fut-s and feath- : new armaments and fitted for active ers, and far removed from the public ; service- There are many services that eye which can watch every develop- , they can perform as well as the mon ment in the formation of the new serters of newer tvne. which t.hpv will United States war army, the United States cavy Las made remarkable progress towards the formation of a giant and formidable sea fighting force that today surpasses even the highest expectations Secretary Dan iels and his advisers held for it six months ago- The Atlantic battle fleet, four months after its mobilization, h to day at the highest state of efficiency anv American naw has reached, and relieve for the more serious features of war. They are regarded as im portant additions to our sea strength. In matters of equipment matters are rapidly improving. The sailors have proper clothing or are getting Now is the opportune moment! Now is the time for you to make up your mind to come, see and investigate the values I am offering, and after seeing for yourself just what great big values they really are, make up your mind to take advantage of the worth-while savings afforded. Everything is being sold at actual wholesale cost price. In fact, you cannot begin to touch these goods, in wholesale lots at the factory for the same prices that I am offering today. Remember, this sale is for you people of Pensacola it is to help you save money. I could have sold this entire stock to one dealer (he making the profits), but I preferred to give you the advantage of these low prices, eliminating all dealer profits, freight, etc., between here and the factory. Don't Forget to Come Early Today M O. M, P urniture taken from the smaller batteries. Constant target practice is bringing the gunners of the fleet to a high state of excellence. The marines with the fleet contain so many recruits of such a high de gree of intelligence, many of them colletre men, that it has been found possible to obtain all junior officers 'in every face. When grace had been for the marine corps from the ranks said, everybody pitched in and for a ryor 19, 21, 23 West Garden Street Co. 23 of the enlisted men, and this method has been adopted as practically the permanent policy of the department SCOUTS HIVE A Flfi EVENING . , a :i j very tew minutes quiet prevailed Then someone cracked a joke, and the real jollity commenced. After the rendition of the scout yell "America," the second dish of ice rream and cakes was served- When . 1 i A. everyone s material wants were sax isfied, the initiation ceremony , TT new memDers conauctea Dy u but it will by no means be the last good time. ANXIOUS TO BE IN THE FIRST ACTION Zeluff. and extending to several old- i er ones, was carried through to the ' delight of all- On the whole this was I the most enjoyable get-together held by the scout troop for some time, Chattanooga, Aug. 1. Willis Tay lor, who recently enlisted in the army at Fort Oglethorpe, was taken to of ! Newport News under arrest charged C. ! with desertion from the navy- Offi- The most successful and enjoyable scout meeting of the year was pulled off last night. A combined program including business and pleasure was it- For all ordinary services the carried out to the instruction and niedical department is adequate. It i entertainment of all present is supplied with the necessary auxili- j Starting with a heart to heart talk aries, in which respect it is at a i by the scout master on scout prin higher point of efficiency than an ! ciples, the main business of the eve American fleet has ever been. ning was brought up for discussion. details of the over-night hike were discussed. It was decided that American navy will have reached the point of absolute perfection at which the department is aiming- To it have now been added nearly all the battleships of the pre-dread-nought class that had been trans ferred to the inactive list of the navy and laid up. The old ships which did such valiant service nineteen years ago in the Spnish war are stands now as tne second strongest i The fleet is more than a fleet It All navy in the world, exceeded only by j is a vast training school, where the the enormous force of Great Britain, ; officers and tne experienced men are i our ally. makintr seamen out of farmer hovs ; In another four months, provided I from the wheat belt, from clerks and no serious mishap befalls it. the ! artisans and from colWe mpn who have gone into the service. No finer set of men has ever served under a flae afloat than those now comprising the officers and men of the American navy, men as a rule of more than ordinarv intelli gence and drawn from very walk of life and from every corner of the United States Not all of these men will see ser wearing today the grim gray paint vice in the navy proper. The flee of the new navy, among them the i is hard at work, night and day. train- ! cream appeared, joy was registered the camping place at Myrtle Grove would be the center of attraction for Friday- and Saturday Leaving town at 8 o'clock Friday morning, the re turn journey will be completed Satur day afternoon. A stirring talk was made by Mr. Casslock about the "daily good turn." and the answers were most encouraging, showing that the scouts are alive again. The busi ness program was concluded with the scout pledge repeated in concert Then the social program started, ""'hen the first bier platter laden with ee' 1 "aping plates of tutti fruiti ice ' cers said he feared his ship would not get into action so he joined the army. BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackapo Droves it. 25cat all (Vn:-' -.. REMOVAL NOTICE W. R. TAYLOR & COMPANY DEALERS IN BUILDING MATERIAL Announce their removal from 17 Manressa St., to 229-23" East Garden St., effective this date Cement, Lime, Plaster, Brick, Fire Clay, Fire Brick and Gravel. All kinds of Roofing material; Tar and Gravel Roofs a specialty. Our new location permits of unusual storage capacity-, making it possible for us to serve your every want in building material, no matter how large or how small. I (o. JTlount Building, JeiusacoUlcL FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP The Store for Women' Freckles and His Friends He Dosen't Understand Scotch TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A DYSPEPSIA TABLET BEFOTE AND AFTER EACH MEAL 25c Box. The Crystal Pharmacy. Pensacola Buggy Works STUDEBAKER CARS. Repairs Part Acceorle and Supplies. Phone 806. 105 N. Palafox St. gCS?1 ( CLOUD . WHSHTj) XVSWj V HONlr- 1 1 By Bl osser kURlOSTTY VO.UB ' AN?WS.S TO REBUS' AUTOMOBILE "SEGAL" Vf T.J. 3. HP ( CXHHk VE LOCK. P Jp AW M00TYEbLF" Vooo. puxtuss nr. C0UWTP.Y TM HTTDV IC pea !.' VIS n DENNETT'S BAKERY, 426 West Belmont Street As Good as Can Be Made