- Wednesday Morning, November q,
Lena Clark's Case
By a Grand Jury
. ..loted Fr.
Mnv. 8. - The Orange
county grand jury was occupied today
with an investigation in -
Tumstances surrounding the killing
t.a x Mltimore, ni this city on
the night of last August l.niconnec.
tion with which wma m. x.
. L u : tin nnntv iail.
is nt'iu m v... - , ,
After an announcement made by
, u u Tnnps. state attorney, that
the issuance of a warrant for the
arrest of J. H. Hopkins, a member of
the jury, on a charge of giving
worthless checks, would in no way
invalidate the investigation, the
Miltimore case was taken up and
t . uHtnpsses were heard.
a vwk. when the grand jury
'...,i tn tomorrow, Mr. Jones
announced that it was likely that
:......;. would be completed
by tomorrow forenoon and the jury s
action made public some time during
and May Attend at
Grave of Unknown
Conference Has a
enir.TT.-R RONTJS IS FAVORED
IN OHIO BY THREE TO ONE
Columbus, O., Nov. 8.-Available
..,.,., frnm today's election m
.: ,w.H onrlv tonieht that the
Mj cnlrlipr's bonus amendment
to the state constitution is leading by
a vote of more than 3 to 1.
The same return showed a vote of
th 9 tn 1 aeainst the propos
ed amendments providing for a poll
t nd a vote of nearly io
a nrotiosed amendment pro
viding for a senatorial redisricting
of the state.
, n. 8. Former
President Wilson has made a good
recovery from his recent setback and
probably will be able to arrenu u
dier at Arlington National Cemetery
on Armistice Day, his physician, ueai
a r.m T. Gravson said today.
Wilson, Grayson said, is taking
daily motor car noes ami .ma
, xi nnpp since he wa3
ea me uicaici
forced to his bed by a "digestive up
set." He indicated, however, tnat u
had not been del miieiy
whether the former President woum
u ceremonies. Inclement
aneuu v". f .
.,,tW mieht make it impossible
i.:.,. n a nrpspnt
nun i.w r ,.
Tf w:lnn attends. It Will DC IHB
f:t .PArance since he hobbled to
liiov uff . , .
the capitol on inauguration day to
take a brief part in the ceremonies.
AUSTRIAN TREATY SIGNED
it: Nnv 8 The treaty of
peace between Austria and the United
it vhoncrp of ratification uy w
States became effective today with
two governments between Austrian
Chancellor Schober ana Aruiur nu8
Frazier, American commissioner in
x-nTRE DAME BEATS RUTGERS.
New York, Nov. 8. By a series oi
dashing end runs and dazzling for
ward passes Notre Dame wnitewasn
ed Rutgers 48 to 0 at the Polo
vn,,nH todav. Only once or twic
,i;,l the Ruteers defense indicate it
was not made of parchment.
. ii Auoelatcd Ptw.)
Quebec. Nov. 8. Belief that the
Wnahineton arms conference could
do much to produce a better world
was expressed by Arthur J. Balfour,
former British prime minister, when
he arrived here today as acting head
of the British delegation.
Mr. Balfour led the British dele
gation across the Atlantic in the
oWr, Premier Lloyd iGfeorgte,
who was detained in England, but
who hopes later to attend the confer
on The deleeates were given a
wtv wlcom whn they landd late to-
Hnv from the Empress of France,
o-lif them from Liverpool
They left at once for Montreal and
will proceed to Washington tomor
V MML MARIE CURIE
Potato Acreage In
Hastings WJ1 Be
Increased in 1922
New photograph of Mme. Marl.
Curie, discoverer of radium, made on
her arrival In America.
GOOD FRUIT IN DEMAND
IN MARKETS OF NORTH
iBy Auclatd PriHMl
Tmna citrus markets report a
fair demand and inquiry for the best
nnlni-ort desirable size fruit
over most of the northern markets,
m,v, U has been reduced consia
.ohi rinrimr the last few days by
laree supplies of niferior quality,
greenish color and undesirable sizes.
The poorer grades have been accum
ulating with the natural result that
many buyers are kept from adding
to their stocks until they have an
.f,initv tn sell some of this in
ferior fruit. The holiday demand
will naturally stimulate the call for
PIIRF FOOD-AND DRUG
SHARPS MEET AT MIAMI
Miami. Nov. 7. The 25th annual
rnnvpntion of the . Association of
AmnnVan Dairv. Food and Drug of
ficials was opened here today in the
ritv where the organiDation anu
frist meeting of the association was
VipIH in 1896.
Addresses of welcome to the state
ami Fptlpral officers charged with
the execution of the food and drug
laws of the nation were made by
Mnrinn L. Dawson, state tax equal
lzer, representing Governor Hardee,
F C. RpwpII. Dresident of the
Miami Chamber of Commerce.
TREAT AT HOWELL.
TW Musical Comedy and Min
trl Overture that is to be given
at the Howell tomorrow night is
tn o-nnd to miss; and while you
lUtPir tn it you will feel so fine it
will be a pleasure to forgive your
enemies. Besides, you are erecting
o mnril tn vour irenerosity by
contributing to the buliding fund of
tiio pw Methodist church, we ex
pect this church to be a structure to
which every citizen of the town can
point with justifiable pride.
vvi.AHr.1Nr, BARREL STORAGE
Hastnigs, Nov. 8. The Nix Pro-
Cnmnanv iis enlarging its Dar-
rel storage house on the Palatka
mud a laree force of workmen be
ing engaged in laying the concrete
floor for hte new structure. It plan
ned to have the new building com
hv December 1
The new addition will be 60x90
'feet and when completed the Nix
pmnnjinv will have a barrel storag
capacity of 40,000, giving it one of
the largest in this section.
REVIVING MIAMI'S TROLLEYS
iu;m; Nnv. 8 As a result of the
action of the citizens of Miami this
week in voting a bond issue of $10U,
000 to take over the defunct traction
,..,,.- tiara Pi p-ht new trolley cars
have been ordered and it is expected
tlip lpasine of the lines to the Miami
Rparli F.leetric Company for opera
tion will be completed within two
MISSOURI PASSES BONUS BILL
.Tff Pi-son City. Mo., Nov. 8. ine
ier bonus bill to make
0ailaWp S15.000.000 in bonds to
cover cash payments to veterans was
passed by the senate today by a vote
oft31 to 9
A. D. Campbell, of
Chipley Is Named to
Succeed Dr. Bhtch
Tallahassee, Nov. 8. A. D. Camp
bell, of Chipley, was appointed today
k r.nvornor Hardee to fill out the
unexpired term of the late Newton
A. Blitch as a member oi me nunua
Railroad Commission. The otner
t, mpmhers of the commission are
R. Hudson Burr, of Dade, chairman,
and A. S. Wells, of Leon county.
Emergency Tariff Is
Extended By Senate
... Pmii. I
Washington, Nov. 8. The senate
late today without a record vote
passed the house bill extending the
emergency tariff, but amenaea ii
so as to continue it in effect until
superceded by the permanent bill
instead of having it expire teoruary
1. All provisions of the temporary
law passed originally May 27, including-
the dye embargo, were retained
in the measure.
CORENERSTONE LAID FOR A
HOTEL AT SUMMER HAViw
u the Net"
Summer Haven, Nov. 8-Corner
tn f-,,HiR new hotel which is to
be erected here By Mrs. J. M. Bryant
wfts laid here Saturday anernoon
th. mrW will be pushed to com
pletion as rapidly as possible. The
site is the high point oi iana
a -,. Summer Haven to en-
the Bryant kome. The many people
;., tk fioliinw. salt air and bathing
will appreciate the convenience of a
hotel with the good tooa ior wn.w.
ii.. i i.. nlwnvs been famous,
lliv pia. "
a place to dance and a screened-in
nnrnh where they may enjoy w
u.nfi vip of river and sea, un
disturbed by mosquitoes. nupn
st Aiiemstine. who has
UUUmu v n
been given the contract for building
the hotel, accompanied Dy nis wue,
is located in one of the cottages here
m Mnrrpll. her charming daugh-
to, oti1 wn interesting sons, have
noH their home in Atlanta
after a stay of four and a half
months in Summer Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. D'Elsa of jacKson
ville, who are erasing down the east
coast in their boat, are spending a
few days at Summer Haven
Mr. and Mrs. D. M KirDy oi ra
latka, their son William of Spring
field, South Dakota, his wue ano
throe children, are spending five
weeks here fishing and bathing in
the ocean .
Mr s fi. Coburn of Palatka, is
spending soirtetime here fishing
Special 1" Sew" . ...
n-J kv a While it is a lit-
U. early to mak, predictions on
number of 'acres tnat . - r--
. . il:- noenn . il ia o-
in ootatoes una - ... Ua
'nCTPa ly estimated that there irdl be
a ,east a third more acreage po-
tatoes this year ---,.. by
rrt n.err nrrpatTe IS o 1,111. w -
lne '! r"" shorts and good
a repo teV3 ;;- - ams
demand ior ein
that have not been
i inw this year
1017 will oe uiiuc -and
all interested in the potato deal
are preparing for the Digger
F. .. ; i,o Hast .intrs section.
ever Known i" . .
.. L.i:., that hiffh prices will
Many ueuc c -nepv.ll
when the potatoes are ready
i.. a:- next spring. They Dase
.. . . nn the aCLlUll Wi-
nnH the reported short-
market. Hastings po.tu
first of the spring crop to go on the
. i A n.tnra V COmmaiiu o
marxei a" ,. v
better PTice than the fall crop which
.t i and more eeuci
inu utifecoi- - .
i nnm riiivA been planted in
. .....t.. v.t nt this time it is
tall puiauuca iwv
.pnssihle to tell just nu
turn out. However, it is generally
! believed that the fall crop will be
paying crop but will not pan out any-
thng like the coming spring crop.
ARCADIA GETS REVENGE
m o Nov. 8. The Arcadia
high school revenged tiself at Ar-
pnn luuuj j "
metto high school 13 to 0.
defeated Arcadia earlier ii
son. ' r . , '
wilt break a Cold, Fever ;
quicker than anything we
I venting pneumonia.
"Beauty is Only Skin Deep"
Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three
Yean, Suffering Pain, Wenroui
and Depressed Read Her
Own Story of Recovery.
Paint Rock, Ala. Mrs. a M. BtegalL
f n Jinre. reently related the fol
lowing interesting account ot ner re
eoTeryi "I iras In a weakened con
dition. I was sick three years In bed.
Buffering a great deal of pain, weak,
nervous, depressed. J was so weak,
I couldn't walk across the floor: Just
bad to lay and my HtUe ones do the
work. I was almost dead. I tried
every thing I heard of, and a number of
doctors. Still 1 didn't get any relief.
. M Anil nlent Tworlv. I
believe if I hadn't heard of and taken
Cardul I would have died. I bought
six bottles, after a neighbor told me i
what it did for her. I
"I began to eat and sleep, began to j
gain my strengtn ana am no
j i hnvpn'f. had anv trou-
8UU DI.IMMO. - .
ble since ... I sure can testify to the
good that Cardul did me. I don t
think there is a better tonic made
and I believe it saved my life."
fa... An ttiftiisanrta of wo
men have used Cardul successfully,!
. At.. -.n,.onf f mstiv womanly r
If you suffer as these womon did,
take Cardul. It may help you, too.
At aU druggista. E 85
-io tndav by oeieaung "-
11 SrLTrrmW .
I I '" , THE UNIVERSAL CAR
1 mix . V i . -I' A jSt
111 f slm!fWJ,
j jjj JjyJ With StatUnmUmmmteMmRitt"
j I ComimnSeme
Manv Ford owners can ? ffori '.o own and
an pry car they may choose, but they pre.vr i
Fcrd "btxrauso it is a F..d."
"because it is n Ford'' rr-a-s dcrerdrViHty
c; oreration. efficiency ar.d it moons sure
And "because it is a Fo-d" means Rood IpsM
pr.d: of ownership and K5uine Comn.on Sents
The Ford Sedan, a clos ?d ca.- of istmci o-, b?aut;
and cviwericnrc, ia the ide-d all year 'ro-jna at
for pleasure or business -fcr the fcrni, town c
Tt mvea vou all th:t r.ny cai can w "
ci-. lower cjst for operation and mk:nter.sne
cl r.'l tvos-s nre in P'cat c.er..ai.a, s
.rd.-r ,:"ofco ii yu wiih to avoi
MASKEIl MEN RAID GAMBLERS
Key West, Nov. 8 The police so
far have been unable to establish th
identity of the band of masked men
who raided and destroyed the con
tonta nf two aliened (rambling hous
oc hprp last Tuesday night. The
rJar-p milled were "Tomasita's" cof
fee shop at Division and Packer
streets and a place operated Dy ran
cho Fleitas on New street.
TO ASSASSINATE JUDGE
Tampa, Nov. 8. Charles Wajker
was arrested in West Tampa tonignt,
rhareed with having attempted to
..-occinat Municipal Judge B,
Blaine Peacock, last Saturday night.
According to the authorities Walker
A gold brick always looks good. It has to. Its promising
appearance is its sole virtue. Looks alone will not sell
goods today. Merchandise with a name the name of its
maker-has the call. For only the maker of worthy goods
can long afford to advertise. At the High Court of Public
Opinion any other sort is soon condemned.
Wise merchants and manufacturers seek the good papers to
tell the story of their wares. The publishers seek the repu
table advertising for the readers' guidance. The well-informed
buyer seeks news of good merchandise through the
columns of the best papers.
This proves the value of advertising. Neither advertiser
nor publisher can prosper without your patronage. There
fore, it is to their advantage to cater to you. They do it, too.
And it is distinctly to your advantage to be guided by the
message they lay before you the advertisements.
Read Them Regularly
Prince Albert (a
sold in toppy red
bag, tidy red tins,
and half pound tin
humidors and in th
pound crystal glass
Buy a pipe
and some P.J
Get the joy that's due y
We print it right here that if you don t know
'feel" and the friendship of a joy'us jimmy ' W
GO GET ONE! And get some Prince Aen
bang a howdy-do on the big smoke-gong!
For, Prince Albert's quality flavor-cootoejj
fragrance is in a class of its own! You neve
such tobacco! Why figure out what it alone J
to your tongue and temper when we tell y
Prince Albert can't bite, can'J parch! Our ex
patented process fixes that! '
Prince Albert is a revelation in a makin's cigar
My, but how that delightful flavor makes
And, how it does answer that hankering!
Albert rolls easy and stays put because it is
cut And, say oh, go on and get the papers o
Do it right now!
tr K. J. RenwM
the national joy smoke
has not admitted having naa any con
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