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Friday Mornmk, September z, itjnd - 'J - 1 1 ' i t 4 . If V""- ,: ' .i , Kevai, """' powers of the "Cheka or Extraor dinary Committee to Combat Coun-ter-Revolution have recey been curtailed, say Moscow -om independent source,. ie a some measure corroboi. ted by M StSr of-,- "hout the of the executions during the per.oa of "red terror" in Russia. Some of the Soviet government of . b0 -:J..i that the period '.rcounter-revoiution was almost complete Jr enaea. ed the abolition of the Cheka ai . ncHpr ni? it Still ne- if nnu I nose l"ry is now understood to have vublic prosecutor or the Jevolu- tionary triounai - abolition, according to newspaper the Baltic states. Dzehinsk, pre sident of the "Cheka" opposed h,n . The government resolved on a re foLof legal P-edure under .bvch the "Cheka V powers to confined to cases of espoinage an -d . ' ,;;ation in revolts but wnnoui -r to pass the death sentence ex , localities under martial law. tpreme tribunal" is to be es tu: , t net as the high ro i Ilia k" . j. i,. 5,5 court of appeals. 3, the' institution of super- . tViis SUDer- , theorv t))i mUSt mC , 'ays Z "Cheka." niili- -iry "I present- -less lts wijj be ' exf cisea render - .t-iit5 Peration! ,e itionary Ottoman Empire a TMni? of Past is Kernel Bay's Idea . " A PrrM.) . snt l.-The Ottoman Empire is a thing of the past and a ... i;ct uovernment rias new jnbuuii' v..f ngoutofitsruins, . Kernel Bey, tne p"--- ----- er who concluded the Turkish- Russian treaty. .We Nationalists are different in .... t thinking and acting from , . w sav wnai we method in pom.- - - want and wnai we u.i..- "Our government is no longer of a Sou. character. Church and ttate have been definitely separated, n, House of Representatives is nl0deled on th.t ox tries. e discuss, c v...r-- as elsewhere. t,-i.-..v -For better or worse, u.u has gone. There was once a time na .. ..,,,1,1-n't travel with- when strangers i. , i;,.o nernnssion ana out special r protecion among us, .because, of an; Lnt religious prejudices a.. s Christians. Today, anyone ma tra Lnr ,,. ...:.if.,t interference from vel saieiy the country people. A...c..v-.-u r . .. tuc u one of several it every aa- . reasons why the old capitulations to protect foreign l.nr.stiu a-.,-are : w error about us .ipected el aiu'vum. Ku4;;.an ...... .. .... .i.,- Wen democratic as e nae . But there is no necessity for such di vision of property. The error arose because we have turned to Soviet t in'mir nresent war. Kussia ior a ii. "As for that war wn" """" ' , n enmnromise. The tnere can r n Greek must go from our land. w-f Tamoa Jailer w -. rVPred tO U)CK Himself in Prison Germans Trying to Corner Menequin rnT-um of CHRIST 114 South Eighth Street Preaching every night this week at 77-45 bv Brother Hemeter, ol Wen Florida, and on Sunday morn- the ' ana . ol.nv6 come. once ana you ....-.- ome to all to Pasg spn. " to have "" ""'" ..i.-,-,-. , ,u'alft re- 1 ' ot 1 A series of dif ficulties which started when Juan . ,. -fcTirea of disorderly con- JUUO llicu v. c5 . . . .: Tnles Juliano finally duct aBa"".. .. .. , iaromfiture of Jailoi resuitea iu - , Oscar Mende, of West Tampa who rXhargTwhiie-onde, served a ay . The nrst uu'B'c ' . , . .. anneared in couit Xneys explained he had come to atiom r sunder- court Saturday stood the time set for his case The . , . ,j -forward on its trial tnen ,inuvcu Lit. and resulted in Jul.ano's free- dom after test.money wa ' the alleged assault cons. .ted ri ! noth ing more than Juliano's pushing Julio from his home. i ;,ion,.o nresented dur- Some oiine - . u....u tended to nc tne uiai, uv"i - - .fc t;i. Mendez had been show mat -- mbi unnecessarily aggressrve the arrest aim iuu- o k recalled some of the wrtnewe. to clear up this thev said, enterea tne . : . x oiitv refused to ac- w.tnout any "- '-.., nave eept a $100 bona anu - . pointed a pistol at v.. " - with threatening MenHer. denied the allegation. . , ... Dt nin that while an of- ficer was jusuhcu - : demanded, it Was hlS tne occasion wv... , . . .,1 (finr sometime Be- opln.on tna, - , came over zeaious aim --- ... ir Viic mil Mendez to taKe nimsen l" r .... .i ...vieli time for a day at tne enu he could release nimseu. New Aoartment To I ... 'L-. Be Built Ucean vny e rintbo'c nrominent citi Une 01 r- - ... pv, of Palatka Heights, zens, an. - is planning a iv- - r . ., ,. . o:tv, street. Ocean ment buuaing on a.... City Beach, just 100 feet from the beach. . . u .. . rSSS. group Mexico .- , : ft,.ror is attemp- of German mum"-""'-; -- -. , t. ontlm heneauen tine to purcnaee ure . ting u r Viicatan for nutnut or tne uu - . p j;r tn F.l Hcraldo de this year, bkmi-.-o - - . Mexico, who says the crop will be .hipped "to Germany for ultimate use Tne newstioH1 v , , . . -ti ,,;e a much needed nurcnase win p""- - r . a. 1 on-nwincr stimulus to me jicuch---j- of which will be completed before ... ... Improvements are going un v this new sea shore resort on quite i 1. 1 Innva DMWlk 1011- a large scaie u iig wu"v- tinue to Bpend their week-ends there, HnncraiVs First t . o , . Levy lremenaous ' ' i . I i J frllll Br ikmmwwm- - T..J Sent. 1. Hungarry's iUa lovv on caD- first returns w . . j... -j iQRTnnn.nno crowns, ital proauceu . - Tr,r,onee Heeedues tola ivilllisici m . - .. i ,KKr tirlav. He ttte National - . . ., ,.,1n he used to re- aia lne Merest tire maturing Donas mm " , it.. l.ntta nn Hunffary S Unless tne eiiu"6- -. . . j Kan he imDrov- depreciatea cui-) -- . .. , ji.. .tin Viv Allied ed througn iranuiji i i. wmnh -fnnin countries, he saia not .." v. done to put the country on a gound basi. or maki np the Pt 6,000,000,000 crowns '-,. ; D1.. Ta.. Seoi 1. Siox l.. n.r..l mnricipal nog vuy "j"." yard. A strip of land xty feet . . i.nfk has been wide by one me -b - fenced off at tne. uujf c garoage now gumrs wswfflk , used to fatten the hogs for Uu J i ket, and all pronts will accrue h j garbage; departmenb City offij expect the hog yard to be a W proposition, and profits will W for tne purcimow w mwiu uugs, j, J I" ! II ; : ! tnt Hnd will re- inaustry m "' ---- , 'n.f;nti of the estimat- turn a large - ---- ed 30,000 idle laborers there to their tasks. IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN FOUR DEMAND OMEGA (PLAIN) t OR WHITE RING (Self Rising) FROM YOUR GROCER rru Jori;n FT. OUR. "These are the 1 11C Slrtliuaiu in patents which all .manufacturers try to equal, but none succeed.! Sold on a rnoney-back guarantee Manufactured by H. C. Cole Milling Co. Sold by 1 Merryday Grocery Co. Distributors, Palatka, Fla. Payne's Suit Club Have you . joined it? If not, why not? We are giving away two suits each Saturday . c v. 'A is Watch Sundays issue ot the -News for winning numbers r pn n ii .nvlSiilai-e fMr Call on us iur F'uvu,u"' ler, led 712 Lemon Street st o in h Iprioi . P J of V. IfTl'iMiMiia lgJggggg'' JMMhnn SCOl ied 3 Y EXTRA SPECIALS If you want prices right for your labor you also want them right for your Groceries. Look these over; Sale continues from today to Labor Day 14 Pounds Sugar $.00 Crisco, 9 lb can $1.50 Crisco, 6 lb can $1.05 Crisco, 3 lb can 55c Crisco V can 28c Snow Drift, 8 lb can $1.35 Snow Drift, 4 lb can 70c Swift Jewel, 8 lb can $1.25 Flake White, 8 lb can $1.20 Flake White Lard, 4 lbs 60c Lard Compound, 2 lbs 25c Carnation Cream, tall, 8 for $1.00 Carnation Cream, small, 16 for $1.00 Van Camp Cream, tall, 8 for $1.00" Van Camp Cream, small, 16 for $1.00 Pet Cream, tall, 8 for $1.00 Pet Cream, small, 16 for $1.00 Dime Brand Milk, 7 for $1.00 Omega 24 lbs $1.35 Omega, 12 lbs 70c Gold Medal Flour, 24 lbs $1.45 Gold Medal Flour, 12 lbs 75c Pillsbury Best Flour, 24 lbs $1.50 PillsBurv Best Flour, 12 lbs 75c Velvet Self Rising, 24 lbs $1.25 Velvet Self Rising, 12 lbs 65c White Ring Self Rising, 24 lbs $1.25 White Ring Self Rising, 12 lbs 65c Flake White Self Rising, 24 lbs $1.25 Flake White Self Rising, 12 lbs 65c Meadow Gold Butter ft 48c 25 lb. SACK SUGAR, Three times a day, and seven days a week and fifty two weeks a year you sit down to eat. But the number of years you sit down depends much on the kind of food you put into your stomach .. You will he guaranteed the longest life possible if you begin now and keep on using our pure foods. You will keep on when once you begin, 1 " ' - 1.75 Grapelade, 15 oz jar, 35c, three for $1.00, t hen liclui ci is a' ho E. as iurir as t . Ja: f-hoi 1 an md- wing the! almo Peachlade, 15 oz jar, 35c, three for irftUto c Cherrilade, 15 oz jar, 35c, three for Plumlade, 15 oz jar, 35c, three for $1.00 Mer Blackberrylade, 15 oz jar, 35c, three for i.WkTo Strawberryla.de, 15 oz jar, 35c, three for kw'erat Fruitlade, 15 oz jar, 35c, three for $i.ooiat Grapelade, 8 oz jar, 18c, two for , 35c Premier Pure Fruit Jam, any kind, 38c, two for 75c V Welch's Apple Butter, 15 oz jar, 23c, two for 45 Hienz Apple Butter, medium size ;. 25c Hienz Apple Butter, large size 48c O Ripe Olives, large jar 98c " Ripe Olives, medium jar : 48cs Ripe Stuffed Olives, jar 95c . Queen Olives, one gallon iar $2.9' Queen Olives, half gallon jar $1.2; Queen Olives 20 oz jar 48c Queen Olives, 13 oz jar, 33c, two for"II"""'""""""".. Queen Olives, 4 oz jar, 15c, two for 25c Loose Olives, 1 lb 35c Grits, 10 lb . 25c Meai.io lbs Z!ZZZ!!!"""Z!!!""""! ; Imperial Self Rising Flour, 24 lbTZZZZZZZZZ.-M" Imperial Self Rising Flour, 12 lbs " 65c Nancy Lee Self Rising Flour, 24 lbs '. ?M Nancy Lee Self Rising Flour, 12 lbs ' 65c F. DIXIE GROCERY CO. Phone 259 MARKET Phone 433 REMEMBER WE CLOSE ALL DAY MONDAY i'