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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1918.
THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE 1 By CONDO .L OFFICIAL LIST OF CASUALTIES IN AMERICAN ARMIES ABROAD 10 SECTION TWO. The following casualtls are report ed by the commanding grenersfl of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed in action 43 Missies in action ................ 10 wnnd(d severelv 92 Died of wounds 27 Died from airplane accident Died from accident, etc.... Died of disease . . . KILLED IN ACTION. Sergeants. o. W. Holmes. Council Bluffs, la. C. R- Kimberlin, Glennie, Mich. Coroorals. s? A mm. -LiverDool. Enr.: Morris Dunn, Council Bluffs, la.; F. Kbert. Columbus. O.; A. Frociicn, MiiwauKee Wis. Privates. J. F. Archuleta, Springer, Jf. T.; E. F. Brown. Brooklyn, N. T.; W. M. Durr, Korwichtown, Conn.; O. Dvorak, St. IJouls. Mo.; C. C.Dyvad, Albert City,: la.;, H. Edinger, Marysville, la.; D. A. Facundas, New Orleans, La.; G. Gazerro, Tori, Italy;, J. Hamelakis Greece; W. F, Jeffries, Chester, Pa.; C. E. Krugr, Indianapolis, Ind.; G. La Scola, Italy; "W. A. Leath, Blanche, Ala.; "W. A. Moses, Luzerne, Pa.; G R. Murphy, Perry, O.; J. T. 0Conner, Phoenix vllle. Pa.; C. Olsen, Denmark; CM. Parcel, Centerville. la,; Daneto Plzzuti, Pittsburp, Pa.; J. T. Travis, Victor. Kan.; S. L. Wagmer, Sheffield, Pa.;, C. TV. Morris, Detroit, Mich.; C. Reber, Shilllngrton, Pa.; R. Sallade, Pittsburg, Pa.; V. Salyears, Humph rey, Ky.; G. L. Saunders, Terre Haute, Ind.;. L. C. Shelton, Rochester, Ind.; J. C. . encer. Belle vue. Pa.; TV. Ted der, Fytte, Ala.; C. Tracy, Rochester, X. Y.; H. Udic, Oshkosh, Wis.; D, CROSS FEVERISH f?FFAV Arn Railway A fsr-o pinrro .5Wr' ' from 8 to 120 EZZJTi' rounds to the rard AT-f If you. have any f oi sale submit -with youi I x ! If. --r --r luwcsi casn pnee. u in neec of any. will be clad to suddN' "anJS!' your requirements. CHILD IS BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED , f Look, Mother! See if tongue is coated, breath hot or stomach sour. 'California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach, liver, bowels. ; LOUIS II. METZGER OFFICES 626-627-628 trrr bank building mobile, ala I II I I II III I'll III MIHIII llllll II I l LJ JEftcunt Building, Jeizsacclsk, 27a. The Best the Market Affords and Courteous Service That's what you get here. We treat each customer as though she, or he, were the only customer we had. That's how much we appreciate anyone's patronage. And as for price and quality, the prices speak for them selves, while the quality we're satisfied to leave entirely to the judgment of your palate. EVERYTHING IN MEATS AND GREEN GROCERIES AftKET PHONE US 173 PHONES 174 Vldaeovich, Xew Orleans, la. CV E. "Voris, St. Regis."-Mont.; Charles B. "Wethered, New York, J. Y.; Henry G. Webster, Bdinboro, Fa.; F. A. Web ber, New York, N. T.; L "Weinsteln, New Pork, N. Y.; W. "W. Wst, St. Ann, Neb.; O. T. Worms, Meta, Mo.; M. Wynne. New York, N. Y.; W. I Yochum, Baxter. Mo.; H. A. Young, Somerville, Mass.; S. Zolotorov, Brooklyn, N. Y. DIED TOOM WOUNDS. Lieutenants. H. J.. Green, Troy,- N. Y.; Bernard Vant Holf, Grand Rapids. Mich. ; R. B. Woodbury, Pottsville, Pa. Sergeants. W. J. Brown, St. Ixuis, Mo.; W. TC Burke, Washington, D. C; Bernard H. Schmidtman, Pasco, Wash.; Geo. A. Waldo, West Pawlet, Vt. Corporals. J. G. Caradine, Monroe, Wis.; -Tony Desandre, Meriden, Conn.; Walter C. Dietrich, St. Louis, Mo.; Earl J. Watt, Enon VaJley, Pa.; W. P. Whaley, White Castle, La. Wagoner A. V. Van Ells, Port Wash ington, Wis. Privates. Jesse Avery, Duke, N. C. ; E. Bolt- nott, Princeton, Ky.; H. V. Bossard. Papillon, Neb.; O. S. Chaffee, Pitts burg, Pa.; J. Conway, SL Louis. Mo.; A. CoxGreenwood, Wis.: J. M. Daf fln, Atoka, Okla.; C. E. Dewillls, East Falmouth, Mass.; J. Dolan, Brooklyn, N. Y.; F. H. Dorman, Pittsburg, Pa.: W. Duwe, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; P. F. Flemming, St. Louis, Mo.; F. Fontana, Chicago,' m.; L. B. Handy, Indian Lake Manlstique, Mich. DIED OF DISEASE. Privates V. Foster, Luverne, Ala.: H. Hollo way, Jayess, MiS3.; W. D. Kelberer, Niagara Falls, N. P.; O. K. Nash, Oneonta, Ala.; F. Pern ell. Selma, Ala.; C. L. Randall, Idaho Falls, Id.; I. E. Smith, Fort Wayne. Ind.; R. Q. West moreland, St. Joe, Tex.; J. W. Wil liams, Dolphin, Va; F. A. Wtte, Do Graff, O. DIED FROM AEROPLANE AC CIDENT. Lieut. Spencer M. Bell, Lemon Grove, Cal. DIED FROM ACCIDENT & OTHER CAUSES. Privates. F. W. Frey, Paterson. N. J.; N. C. Anthony. Utica, N. Y. ; - H. W. JUdy, Cornstalk, W. Va.; C A. Shanklin, Creamery, W. Va. 1 IL BESTfllCTIOD TO TDODPS NEEDED American Headquarters In Franee (Correspondence of The Associated Prea.) The restriction of parcel post or express packages to the soldiers in France from folks at home has caused omo comtIaint from both the men over there and generous friends and relatives in America. This order, is sued early in the apring, provides that no package may be sent to a soldier in France except when specifically re- eruested by tht individual and approv ed by hia regimental or nigner com mander. It was promulgated after a careful study of the shipping situation, as well as the needs and requirements of the men and the army authorities feel it is justified. .They poit out that if each soldier in an army of a million, and the American Expeditionary Forces are now far in excess of that, should re ceive one five-pound package a month. It would mean .the exclusive use of two fair sized cargo ships a month. Need Ship Space. Translated into military needs, the same amount of ship space would maintain in France three full regi ments of infatry completely equipped ad ready for flghting. Overseas trans port, however, they explain, is less formidable than the problem involved in handUng. and distributing such packages afterrthey have arrived here. The me are scattered all over France and no soldier has a permanent ad dress. At present the authorities are de voting every effort to the prompt transmission of letter mall and they feel that this is far more important to the happiness of the men and their familes .than chocolates, cigarettes. mufflers and other presents. fHoirriraoeComm Not today but sometime in future; possibly this month " or next. - - .' After signals were set up on the 6th of August we were crowded with, orders for Insurance from peoplo who had Raited until the last minute. For various reasons, we had jo decline a great many of these orders and fortunately - the hurricane missed us the next one may not be so vm liderate. The time to take Hurricane Insurance is RIGHT NOW. TODAY, before the signal is up and before rates are further ncreased. Full information upon request. Knowles Brothers Agency? No. 205 S. Palafox. Phone 22. WANT ADS IN THE JOURNAL GET RESULTS Every mother realizes. aftT covins her children "California Syrup of Figs" mat tnia is their ideal laxative, because they love Its pleasant taste, and ft thoroughly cle&nses the lender little somach, liver and bowris without grip ing. When cross. Irritable. fevrUh nr breath Is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, jpive a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative" and In few hours all the. foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow els, and you have a well, playful child asrain. When the little system I full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache. diarrhoea, Indigestion, colic remem- Der, a good "inside clcansiOK" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspopnful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Asfc vour dructrlcf. fnr a bottle of "California Syrup of rips." which has directions for babies, chil dren of all ages and grown-ups print ed on the bottle. Beware of counter feits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Adv. Ml WORK MAY E 0 M UNTIL NEXT 'M. Tallahassee. Sept. 28. Every county. city'onjrt town i it Florida will be inter ested in the following, concerning ceived by the slate road department from the United States Highways Coun cil:: Following is the text of the ruling: The following ruling supplementing circular No. 21, Isued September 3rd, has, on this 26th of September, been promulgated by the Priorities Com missioner: "Contractors and others engaged In the construction of streets, pavements and roadways, now substantially under way, are authorized to continue such construction and manufacturers and distributors of and dealers in materials used in construction therewith, may continue to furnish same for such con struction work up to November 1st. 1918. "Applications for permits should be promptly made to the United States Highways Council through the state highway department for the comple tion of all such work, now under con tract and under construction, which cannot be completed prior to Novem ber i, 19i8. "No new contracts for the mainten ance, construction or reconstruction of streets, pavements and highways should be entered info or no new con struction, not new in progress, under taken either prior or. subsequent to November 1st, without first obtaining a permit from the United States High way Council through the state high way department." Grove's chill Tonic Tablets and Groves' Tasteless chill Tonic. You can now get Grove's Tasteless chill tonlo in Tablet form as well as in Syrup, the kind you have always bought The tablets are Intended for those who prefer to swallow a tablet rather than a syrup, and as a conven ience for those who travel. "GROVE'S chill TONTC TABLETS- contain ex actly the same medicinal properties and produce the samw results as Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic which is put up in bottles. The price of either is 60c. 'Adv. ... FALLS TTDDSCLo- KING OF TtU HIGHWAY A medium priced tire, giving greatest mileage for least money. The BEST tire on the market for Ford cars. . F. S. :M8lleri. & Go. Distributors Phone 334 h. E. NOBLES & CO. Aosnts HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS TOUK MONXT! WORTH, OR TOUR BACK" t9 South Palafox Street. Phone 0 Send Your Old Skees to ,? West End Shoe Store For Best and Neatest Work U Repairs. All Work Guafanteec" 321 North DeVillier Street Phone 2032 ' Pensacola Launch & Ma-I chine Co. : t r WtLLARD SERVICE STATION k WIUARD STORAGE BATTERIES' AND REPAIRS OF ALL r MAKES 8ATTERIES ' l". TWO SETS MARINE WAYS -MA.! CHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION. -I AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ,,, Of Pensacola """l CAPITAL STOCK Paid In $500,000 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL CHILEAN GOVERNMENT MOVES TO SEIZE GOVERNMENT SHIPS Santiago, Chile, Sept. 27. The Chilean government tonight ordered the naval authorities .to occupy with armed forces. all the interned German ships in Chilean harbors. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL. GAKPIELD SAYS: DBoay (CcdsiD RIodw WE SAY Buy your blankets now and be prepared for the com ing winter's cold. BLANKETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Our stock of blankets is most complete. Here you will And every size and weight. Material and colors to satisfy the most fastidious. "Our Blankets Make Warm Friends" We Furnish the Homc for Comfort! ; THE T. E. Williams Furniture Co. 90 East Wright Street Phone 1105 THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE i Pianos, Player Pianos, Organs Tuning, Repairing A, If YALE BICYCLES CASH On CREDIT T.T.WTent worth, Jr. Cor, Belmont and Davis DOINGS OF THE DUFFS f' r 1 DANNY DISCOPERED BY HITTING THE KEYS IT MADE A NOISE PORTRAYED BY ALLMAN COMS 5WCtf rlELEd, vvw ' VZn 'TTZ' VI ft! MU$r BT A BACHjB WIM AT once; , m m i i i u . irf, n i ' MARSTON & QUINA Wet Florlda'a Oldest Furniture HBUM MFA REFRIGERATORS, CL.08E nrtnun-M: BUUIS CASES tAND OFFICE FURNITURE J - FISHER-BROWN. We WiU Bond Yoo, . 918 Phones 919. T M. FREED MAN BIQ BARGAINS iki Dry Goods, Dress Goods. 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