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TOENSACgLAJOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, HAY 11, 1919.
4 JiHE BRIBIIi OF THE'" NATION" 11,1 H'Wi? Ills 1659- lntely Good for Young Si 0.d Cooling tmi He-fresli-fcfl- f ST Li A BOTTLE A BOTTLE Ills A Flavor Kob- All Its .fllco- Civil 1 ! : il!.l hF il ' lli"l Ill 1 1 f M d-t- y ? '.TS. ' HH l.i W iff i (H. i ill? iiitil c cone rv 1 M v. Reasons Carefully V IX . - ' 1 (jjjMMM Order Accept No Yon'Sboidd' sryrnn 'wen 1 "."-Evetafwlxssre Nctfis3 Laka ll B Caxd&l CISIST Upon tBa JBistib YIih tas Pkrrpla Crcrcni Avoid SubstLfcu- Ci JZxsnZa It. Us. Your First Monday The Drini T7ith Tb 6isp3 Flaror J20ITL2iIJ EST COMPACT Wm. Knowles, President, Ellis Knowles, Sec- Tress, J. Greenblat, Mgr. Pensacola Maritime Corporation Steamship Agents, Ship Brokers, Brokers Chartering and Freight STEAMERS AND SHIPS BOUGHT AND SOLD EXPORT AND BUNKER COAL AT ALL GULF PORTS Pensacola, Fla. Cable Address, "Maritime, Pensacola' HILDREN Should not be "dosed" for colds apply the "outside" treatment icri's VAFonm; V 3t WM BRIDGE PROBLEM MY YET BE SOLVED DID YOU SLEEP WELL LAST NIGHT? You would have with "SKEETER RUN" to protect you. PER CENT REBATE On all Cash Purchases. Save Your Coupons. HAMILTON RUSSELL Druggist and Prescriptionist 212 South Palafox Street. Phone 848 Naciine Face Powder tin Cren Box Only') ' Won Thm f' tompieaaon icuiuui Soft and velvety. Money back if not en tirely pleased. Nadine is pure and barov Jes. Adheres until washed oS. Prevents anburn and return of discoloration. A million delighted users prove its value. Tints; Flesh. Pink, Brunette, White. By Toilet Counters or Mail, SOc. National Toilet Company. Paris, Tenn. How to Bathe Pace to Remove Wrinkles Since Its remarkable artHmrent and tonio properties beaame known, clever women ail over the country have been vting the eaxolit face bthio "tope up their faces, remor writSSee and draw flabby cheeks and naea back to normal. After urtaf the solution, tbe face lm rnedlateijr feels mwA firmer. The efcin tightens eveoiy ail ovr tiio foe, tnuei f u)a it : fovdsr! saxoiite, one ounce, ! diolved in witch t azel, one-half pint. . These lnaredientt are of course per i feotir hartales and there is no difficulty ioo b tatoiis ute a r drag store. Chief Items of public Interest at the meeting of the county commissioners yesterday were the report of Commis sioner Hardy on his trip to Tallahassee in the interests of the Molino bridge, and the action thereon to further tha project; the appropriation of $1,000 to apply on contract to the Converse Bridge company; the report of Com missioner Soderlind regarding hla in spection of the county poor farm; the report of Miss Alice McKenna regard ing her visit to Tallahassee in the interests of the mothers' pension bill; the adoption of specifications for the Klondike bridge, and the adoption of resolutions pledging the tacking of the commissioners of the project to extend a highway from Richmond, Va., via Columbus, Ga, through Troy, An dalusia, Evergreen, Brewton and Flom aton, Ala., to Pensacola. Commissioner Hardy stated that he induced the state highway commission to apportion 57,500 for the Blackwater DR0rSYSPIOTATI5T Usually rives srulck re lief, have entirely reitevel iaany vemincty hop4e& vsuseav - Swiii2i jd a&esr Veta woo r. OsfSes .Vs eiuire ne3af bt Um f bridge, on the strength of the agree rnent with Mr. Poore, in behalf of Santa Rosa, county, to furnish $2,500, on payment of which Escambia county will contribute the like amount in cash and labor; the understanding being that the state aid will be diverted by Santa Rosa county from the Black water bridge to the Molino bridge, to complete that project as early as pos sible. Mr. Hardy's efficient handling of the matter led the board to appoint him to supervise further work on the Mo lino bridge, with the necessary power. The legal question of how the inter est on the county bonds, amounting to about $1,000 could be used, was the subject of considerable discussion 'and an opinion was given by County At torney Reese that the law requires that the Interest be used for the same purpose as the principal from which It accrued. Trustee Bell, however, was of the opinion that this interest could be properly put in the sinking fund. Commissioner Soderlind reported that he and Chairman "White had to gether inspected the poor farm during tho week, and found It in the best condition he had ever seen that or any other poor farm. Everything was whitewashed painted and scrupulously clean. There was no contagion there. The supply of hogs, .chickens and cows was plenti ful, and the place had a general air of prosperity. From ten to twelve acres of all kinds of vegetables were growing nicely, and there was every indication that the inmates have ev erything: good to eat, grown on th place, without extra expense to the taxpayers. He believed it was in good hands and in a fair way to become almost entirely Self sustaining. He was loud in his praise of Keeper Steward. Mr. Soderlind expressed the belief that if a larger tract could be secured la the center of the county, perhaps 200 acres, the road gangs and poo farm might be combined and all mad: wholly ' self supporting, under proper Esdfcrlliw . i'-xs in i - i it i - a I Xhe kind everybody wants more of. The kind that stays moist, tender, tempting, as long as it lasts when you usz if 44 BEST BY TEST If you've not already been using Calumet, try it and you'll find a wonderful improve ment in your, cakes, a more satisfying goodness and finer texture than were ever possible with any other baking powder. A broad statement but proven to be true whenever you use Calumet it never fails. Calumet is made in the world's largest, finest, most sanitary baking powder factory. Used by millions of housewives because it is economical and gives better and more satisfactory bakings. 1i Level cups sugar Cup shortening 5 Eggs separated 1 cup milk or water CALUMET LAYER CAKE Lemon flavor 1 Level teaspoon salt 4 Level cuPs flour 4 Level teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder. How to Make It: Cream one cup of sugar with the shortening until light, separate eggs and work in yellows. Beat the egg whites with balance ofsugdr to a stiff froth and add. Next stir in one cup of flour and tlien add milk. Last stir in balance of flour wellSifted with baking Powder. Bake in medium oven. A "tested" Calumet recipe that insures excellent results. Cut out and paste in your recipe book for future reference Do You Know This ? When you buy a pound of Calumet you get a full pound 16 oz. Some high priced baking powders are now being put on the market in 12 02. cans instead of a pound. Be sure you are getting a pouna wnen you want ic io snon weights with Calumet. M I ' 'h ? r !llU ' W ! i V " flkl,; ' (CBAKING POWDEWl r 1? V, w MADE BY THE TKw-- l'X- k uwPm- i ; f f. ZPt-J ''MhK 15; 1 UlsN iSS BAKING W& A , : CHICAGO tH v management, auch as the 'farm now has. . Mrs. Beck, secretary of the chamber of commerce reported to the board a proposition, which the chamber had received from Its former secretary, I J. Henderson, now with the Richmond- Columbus highway commission, that their highways be extended to the gulf at Pensacola, rather than at Apalach- icola, going via Troy and Andalusia, rather than via rothan. After brief inquiries as to proposed details the board passed strong resolutions pledg ing all possible support to the propo sition to bring the highway into Pen sacola and all its attendant tourist Notice to Public The partnership corporation known as the H. W. Clark Hat Co., has been mutually dissolved and tho Parcel Post, Florida and general Mail Order business will be conducted by Mr. A. L. Ben nett, under the firm name of C. & B. Hat Ca. Your work will be done under Mr. Bennetts personal supervis ion as heretofore. - AGENT8 WANTED " ; Send for our Price List and Illustrated Catalogue C.&B.HATCO. 123 Broad'St. Jacksonville, Fla. . j,-inii.n,.'; T ' ' '' nit m 1 R1MRJ1 UJ ra "'i..miii.isr'"1 OOLLECE-OOrJSERATOHV ... SKPgaffTB SESSSON OPOC3 JU2CE 2S& dairy Car ibmA Bia hp sapppnaflrfa. ITrasJ.rlaatma if tins Ssssisiiisir ISt&enmattaa&m&aalbaa - m m m -aw- - ' isMiii tfjTO 4raWA xxxpBrz JgryriM iuii nrimag 3osaasme AAartfatgfj m -rmiaM sOgattegy u p asjajsji'aj yi jryi'ai IWjaj w&ans iaae ia& teaa sarw Icang Tftaeu Iksr rtV rmM 3Sxartztei3 TlTsrtstaa aWlalfTJa y Box 29 GnlrsssvillCj . Ga. visitors and trade. - Miss McKenna, child welfare work er, explained that her visit to Talla hassee had been made a her Own ex pease, that her work here had been kept up by Mrs. Tatom In her absence,- and that her interviews With the legislators had been very pleasant and productive of results, assuring th passage of the mothers' pension act. She believed that the new law would relieve commissioner boards of former burdens. Her report seemed to b received with much appreciation. The specifications for the bridge across Eleven-Mile creek at Klondyke. call for two reinforced concrete bents on the Pensacola. side, on reinforced concrete piles, one 60 feet half through trus3 fixed steel span resting on con crete piers, and four reinforced bents on the Klondyke side, resting on re inforced concrete piles. Each re.inforced concrete slab bent will have a Span IS feet. At end of each approach will be a concrete mud guard resting on timber pile.