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"l " ffi w ,a rn"n" r-"T(y VniuMi fi.hu iwirr-wrn -" - PAGE 8 Sunday ' Morning, December 77, j 111iil(iitfiii-fcli)ilM'11' I IV v 1 nnn Ok TONE AMPLIFIER. WITH GRILL REMOVED Phonographs and Records Critical Music Lovers Prefer The Brunswick It is always a certain friend, an enthusiastic one, we find, who hears The Brunswick, and then compares it. The ear is quick to appreciate its superior tone. The eye is quick to note its finer cabinet work. And the mind is quick to reason out why Brunswick is a final-type instrument in every way. The Brunswick Method of Reproduction has brought new standards in the phonographic art better tone, truer tone. Tones hitherto lost are now ever-present. Every hearer is convinced. That is thev reason for the great populari tythat accounts for The Brunswick winning such headway in a field where limits were supposed to have been reached. Since The Brunswick came, they all say "Plays all records." But just you find out how they do it and then investigate the Brunswick wav. Easy Payments mmm , jf " 1 11 j Easy Payments T ese r rices Quality Considered ell Set 'em Up. 30x3 1-2 United States Non-skid Fabric $10.90 30x3 1-2 United States Non-skid Royal Cord 18.30 32x4 United States Non-skid Fabric 23.60 32x4 United States Royal Co rd 32.50 30x3 Lion Fabric Rib Tread 8.40 30x3 1-2 Lion Fabric Non-skid 9.75 32x3 1-2 Lion Fabric Non-skid 12.85 32x4 Lion Fabric Rib Tread .. . 15.80 33x4 Lion Fabric Non-skid 17.10 34x4 Lion Fabric Non-skid 18.35 liver Brothers Quick Tire Service 212 Lemon St. Phone 100 Methodists Near End, Selecting Their Delegates (Ily AMHnclnted Prena) Orlando, Dec. 10. The Florida Methodist annual conference today elected the following delegates to the general conference: Clerical I. C. Jenkins, M. H. Nor ton, J. B. Mitchell, J. T. Hilburn, W. A. Cooper. Lay L. T. McCord. J. H. ThorPU. LL. W. Duval, L. N. Pitkin, G. Wfl Ted der, alternates, F. T. Harris, E. T. Roux, Mrs. J. T. Fuller. The new board of trustees of South ern college at Lakeland was elected as follows: J. M. Gross, G. F. Scott, E. I. Bar nett, E. E. Edge, J. Edgar Wall, G. W. Tedder, for cue year; John A. Hendry, W. A. Cooper. J. P. Hilhnrn. G. S. Koberts, L. W. Duval, L. T. Mc Cord, L. E. Giles, C. L. Johnson for two years; L. D. Lowe. J. D. Ronnov J. Edgar Wilson, J. T. Mitchell, E. T. Koux, I. L. Hendrix, three years. I. S. Patterson was recommended by the hoard os missions for appoint ment as missionary secretary. J. S. Chapman and John V. CulDenner as confederate evangelists; J. R. Cason, superintendent of orphanage, J. Ed gar Wilson, editor of the Florida Christian Advocate and D. B. Sweat, assistant editor. Authority was irranted the trustees of Southern college to sell property at fautherland and all other property except that at Lakeland. "QUALITY CORNER" Give Him Something Useful for Christmas r Post Card Week Begins Monday With Big Rush (Br Aanorl.ttd I'rput Post card week becins Mondav. Have you entered? It means the sending from Palatka advertising matter that cannot be bought with dollars. Secretary Hart has one hundred thousand cards to be distributed to those who want them o chare-e is made. You can get ten thousand. Make it a big thing for Palatka. Mail them to everyone you know, or ever heard of. Oh, Love, what atrocious cookinc Knit Neckwear A useful, as well as servicable Jgift A Knit Necktie Showing at SI, $1.50, $2 A Bath Robe Suit of Clothes Overcoat Sweater Box of Hose Silk Muffler Codify Slippers Pajamas Hahderkerchiefs an(J many other usejfull gifts Initial Handkerchiefs 3 for $1.50 Imported Material Woolen Hosief A Useful Gift for Him Imported Patter Merrie, Menfie Christmas WE TNVTTK vrTT Fearnside Clothing Compan1 J m - l aart Sctaffner & Marx Clothes r t the bridegroom puts up with in thy name!