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LUCKYSTRIKE cigarette. Flavor is geaJediQbytoastii ALLIES MUST PAY BIG WAR BILL OF iEECE BANKRUPT GF (Br United Pi-ma.) Athens, March 9 King Constan ' tin will not go to Smyrna and Greece - will abandon the war against Musta pha Kemal and the Turks unless the allies foot the bill. Despite declarations and reports to the contrary by the King himself, the above deduction is the viewpoint of conservative Greek statesmen and en . tente diplomats in Athens. King Conistantine's spread-eagle promises of leading his people1 to Con stantinople has been all bluff, it is now admitted. At the present time King Consan tine has a "diplomatic cold." At the same time, the provincial propaganda is working. Almost daily the gov ernment papers print petitions from theMacedonian, Thracian and Pellipo sian peasantry entreating the King not to imperil his life by "going to Smyrna."" The peasants loyally point out that His Majesty's life belongs to Greece, not to himself. Let us drain and clean your crankcase The maker of your car warns you to do this every 500 to 800 miles. He knows what dirty contaminated - oil will cost you in lost power and repairs. 'Bring your car to us. ' We will drain and clean the crankcase fnm and refill it With the proper type of SUNOCO Motor Oil-the oil . that eliminates carbon trou bles. Our only charge will be for the new oil. You will be amazed at the greater power and mileage SUNOCO Motor Oil will give you. i Oliver Bros. 212 Lemon St. PALATKA COFFEE and TEA STORE are offering their' Fine Coffees at a Reduc tion of 5c a pound to introduce our fresh roasted and ground coffees ta the public Good for one week only W or ulliog SUCAR at 9c and lOe a lb. Aim four grade of fine RICE. SHREDDED COCOANUT at 40c a pound. Our Coffees are pure and the best to be obtained. Palatka Ten and Coffee House OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE From the Eoyal Palace emanates the information that His Majesty is not at all displeased over the solici tiousness of his subjects. Smyrna at best is a cold, .barren,. desolate place in winter. . The chief fear in Royalist circles, however, is that the Venizelists will make capital out of any failure to carry out pre-election pledges. In this event, it is planned to have the King pay a twp or three day visit 1 the front. In no case will he assume personal command of the troops. As to Greece's abandoning the war against Turkey, it is pointed out that Greece today cannot even pay the in terest on her former loans. For more than tie past quarter of a century Greece has continually borrowed mon ey. Virtually none of the principal hag been paid. ' STRANGLED TO DEATH ; WITH MOUTHFUL OF SAND. Tampa, March 9 Inhaling a mouthful of dry sand, when he stum bled and fell, 10-months-old Webster Murrill, son of B. W. Murrill, a farm er of Brandon, strangled to death in his father's arms this afternoon be ford a physician could be secured. We strickly guarantee our work and material. Our policy is "no cure no pay." BUICK GARAGE TOURISTS CAPTURE HUGE WHALE AT FORT MYERS propeller. It was in Its death throes when sighted. Fort Myers, March 9 Lee Mason of Mayweod, Ky., and F. S. Hughes of Lancaster, Ky., winter residents here, capped the cliiriax of a winter long series of unusual fishing adven tures and feats by "finding" a whale and having the mammal towed ashore The two Kentuckians, fishing in lower San Carlos bay, sighted the whale, which had lost its way and was aground in the . shallows and sandbars about a mile off Sanibel Is land lighthouse. A deep gash in the whale's back and side indicated that it had been in collision with a ves sel and evidently had been hit by the '. RECORD CROPS STORED ' IN COUNTRY'S GRANERIES. Washington, March 9 Larger stocks of grain were held on farms March 1 this year than on that date in any other year in history. Wheat was the only exception, the holding in .1,916, the year following" the only billion-bushel crop, having exceeded this year's holdings by 37,000,000 Ask your dealer for "Virginia Martinez" Ciger. Clearest of clear Havana- Fresh buttermilk daily at Old Goriebs- 2-22-26t bushels. , ' . Almost ue.ll of the co cord corn'crog of last year' remained in farms Marh 1, more than a qmxm ter of the wheat crop and almost Wf of the large crop of oats, according to the department of agriculture estimates announced today. 1 Ask your dealer for Tirrfnk. Martinez" -Ciger. Havana- Clearest of clear -t We strictly guarantee cur work and material. i If YOU find a defect in either. hold us to our guarantee. i. BUICK GARAGE ; Our Chocolate Comes from that Continent Below the Equator i In THAT country of tropical forests and jungles, South America, grows the "Caracas" tree, the huts of which, produce the chocolate used in "The Velvet Kind." The nuts of this tree are gathered ty natives, packed on to the tacks of animals and trans ported to the sea coast where they begin their N long journey to us and to you. In "The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream, we use only genuine natural flavors, barring all imitation flavors and extracts. This, to gether with our own created formula and method, (Patents ap plied for to protect our process) hy which we make our cream with Nature's ingredients pure cream, pure milk and pure cane sugar, assures you the most wholesome and nutritious pure Ice Cream ever made. . We do not use gelatins, gums, starch or fillers. v It excels in goodness and purity even that old-fashioned kind your Mother made. For your own sake insist on the genuine The New 1 Cream of Ice Creams99 mw1 mm;,-.-' jar Mr.. msw mr jbs. . m mm m: s mm mw. w m m me,-. 9 km- mm mkm l- t j The Purity Ice Cream and Dairy Company Jacksonville, Florida