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TH1 STONING TZLBORAli. LAK1LAND, FLA.. MONDAY, APRIL 19. 1920
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( , '10.0.0 Black Kid Oxford with military heel, perforated tip, neat trim last . rl 1,00 Black Kid Oxford with military heel . ill . : 6.50 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY F O R D S HOE STORE AUDITORIUM TODAY Owen Moore r f'AMUSEMENTS in- "Piccadilly Jim" Also Sunshine Comedy "A LIGHTWEIGHT LOVER" Tomorrow and Wednesday ANITA STEWART in "MIND THE PAINT GIRL" A f Y Y Y ? ? Y Y f ? t ? Y Y t Y Y Y LADY CHARMER IN DIRE PERIL Lew Cody, in "The Beloved Cheat er" Plays Man Threatened With Murder Because of a Kiss INSURANCE IS AN ASSET WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL EITHER YOU CARRY THE RISK YOURSELF OR IT IS CARRIED BY A COMPANY WHO HAS A Reserve clrVSl Loss E. N. 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In de spair Kingdom Challoner says to his friend: "Please kiss her in the dark ness, letting me be present, and. she will think i tis I, and give in." This is done. But the two men did not count on the unexpected things which women frequently do. Kissed for the first time in her life the girl grabs violently, and catches the first thing upon which her hand falls. This is a rose which is upon the lapel of "The Beloved Cheater" As he glides away, the lights appear, her fiance, Kingdon Challoner, ap pears, ready to take the blame and credit for kissing her. But she looks upon his lapel, and hte rose is there. Also it is gone from the lapel of the only man nearby, Bruce Sands. The girl turns away from her fiance. The engagement is broken. Challoner says that he will kill the other man. The girl rushes to pro tect the man who kisses her. In his rooms she is about to be discovered by her father and her ex-fiance, who are following. Then come the big scenes which make "The Beloved Cheater," the picture of the year. of northeast 'quarter of section nineteen (19). township twenty-eight (-) south, range twenty-four (24) east, also beginning at the south west corner of southeast quarter of northeast quarter of section nineteen (19), township twenty-eight (:!8) south, range twenty-four (24) east and run east 10.30 chains, north 5.69 chains, west 10.30 chains, south 5.6' chains to point of beginning, whose names are unknown to complainant but believed by com plainant to be heirs, devisees, gnntees or other claimants under William D. Dupree, Mary E. Dupree, John J. E. Brown, William T. Whit ledge, M. 1'. Klggins, Frances J. Kigglns, Sarah C. Mahone, John T. Miihone, Augustus Rus sell Smith, Mary A. Smith and all persons claiming any right, title or interest in and to the said real estate and relief beng prayedi against such unknown defendants, and com plainant having complied in all respects with chapter 5393 of the Laws of Florida, Acts of 11105, as amended by chapter 6227 of the Laws of Florida, 1911. IT IS, THKKEFOKE, OftDKKKIl that all parlies interested In said real estate under the said William 1. Dupree, Marv K. Dupree. William T. Whltledge, John J. E. Brown, M. P. Itliiglns, Frances J. Kigglns, Thomas F. Ma hone, Sarah (', .Mahone. Augustus Russell Smith and Slury A. Smith as heirs, devisees, grantees or otherwise be, and they are herein required to appear to the bill of complain: filed herein for the purpose of quieting the to the lands described in the bill of complaint filed in this cause, and other relief, in the Circuit Court of Polk county, Florida in Chancery, at the court house in Barlow, Polk county, Florida, on Monday, the 5th day of July, A. I., 1920, a Rule Day of this court, as to all unknown defendants, and that the said known defendants, John T. Mahone, J. F. Mahone, .Minnie Brown, ftussie Harmon. Annie Welili. William l. Dupree, Marv K Dupree. William T. Whltledge, Augustus Hits sell Smith and Mary A. Smith, and M. P. Itis gins and Frances J. Riggins. Thomas F. Ma hone, Sarah ('. Mahone, C. M. Mahone, and John 9. :. Brown, be and they ore herebv required to appear to the bill of cumplaiiit tiled herein for the purpose aforesaid, in the circuit court of I'olk county, Florida, in chancery, at the courthouse In Bartow, Polk eountv, Florida on Monday, the 7th day of June, a'. D. Wilt! a Rule Day of this court, otherwise the al legations contained In the said bill will b) taken as true and confessed. And that a copy of this order be published once a week for twelve consecutive weeks In the Lakeland Eve ning Telegram, a newspaper published In Lakeland, Polk county. Florida, as to the un known defendants herein referred to, atid eight consecutive weeks as to the known defendants. Olren under my hand and seal In the cir cuit court In and for Polk county, Florida, on this, the Itith day of April, A. D. 11120 J. A. JOHNSON, Clerk of the Circuit Court. D. 0. ROGERS, Solicitors for Complainant. n; i THE CIRCUIT COI RT, POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA IX CHANCERY. - Jefferson Crews, vs. Florida Land & 1,raPem,1 Company, a Corporation, et al. bill ju OUIET TITLE It appearing to the court from the return m ... . i.i im - Tit, r-rtimtv nnnn the SUD- oi me oiierui ui i ----poena In chancery Issued herein on the Z4ta clav of March, 1920. that said Sheriff was unable to serve said subpoena because the agents and officers of said Florida Land c Improvement company, a curnuiu -" ized and existing under the laws of the State of Florida, are unknown, It Is hereby ordered that the defendant, Florida Land & Improv- r An anri nnnear In said cause at the office of the Clerk of said Court at his office in the court nouse n i i?w at Bartow, Florida, on the rule day in June. 1920, same being the 7th day of said M and defend this action, same being an in chancery by Jefferson fjrews to nuiet t,ii to the following described land In th Tw of Polk and State of Florida, to-wlt' s2' west quarter , (SW) of southeast nui (SEK) and southeast quarter (SEi 2 southwest quarter (SW) of section thirt. six (36), township twenty-eight (28) S range twenty-four (24) east, and said S having been Instituted In the Circuit m Polk County, Florida, on the 24th da? rf March, 1920. 17 Done and ordered at Lakeland. FIohh. this 6th day of March. 1920. nU JONH S. EDWARDS, R B. Huffaker, Solicitor for Complainant riCCAlUILY JIM "Piccadilly Jim," Owen Moore's first Selznick Nature, which comes to the Auditorium today, is a sparkling comedy a picturization of Pelham Urenville Wodohouse's story which, in .ts original form, appeared serially in ''The Saturday Evening Post" and won nation-wide popularity. As a photoplay the satire is said t. be even funnier than when it wa splitting the sides of several million readers a week. Own Moore lend3 to the title role a remarkable sense of comedy values which serves to draw from each scene every single bit of humor that the author wrote into It . and sometimes, just a wee bit more. The star's portrayal of the light hearted, care-free, irrepressible youngster who rollicks into trouble and rollicks out again is one of the finest bits of acting that the screen has ever known. ? Zena Keefe plays . opposite Mr. Moore and her work is remarkable. It Is by just rucb. sterling work as this that she won the honor that Is to be hers in 19'JO. when she is to be starred in a series of Selznick Pic tures. The rest of the cast is proportion ately adequate, the artistic interiors and beautiful exteriors, charm the ey? and the direction leaves nothing to be desired. GET RID OF mm SOUR BREATH teeth, good appetites 1 f sis I 1 i'Kl'NlSOL UKTS KID OF THE CAUSE OF SOI H BKKATII Sour breath is frequently warning of a complete physical breakdown for it is an unfailing sign that undi gested, fermenting food is making your stomach weak and filling your Wood with acid poisons. Thsi acidity makes your blood thin and waterj. makes you thin and pale, weak and tired. Pepsinol overcomes this acid by insuring splendid digestion anc'. helping to create the rich, strengthen ing blood that keeps you strong and vigorous. Pepsinol soon restores vi tality after any illness by stimulating the appetite and restoring harmoni ous action of rtomach. liver and kid ricys. For sale by Henley's Drug Store. in the ciRcrrr contT or the tenth JIDICI.VL CIRCflT OF IXORIDA IN ANP l.IRP?iriwefr,?M ',0,, bU1 " plaint filed herein that the complainant ! iieres ther ar persona interested ia Ute yr.-Kv., hi uiis suit. wMcn prODtrtv - - . -"""v m iwiiw lO'WIT : Tne wuthMst quirtw of southwwt Quarter WILLIAMS BARGAIN COUNTER 5-room plastered house, shady yard, close in, good locality, south side! A bargain or 1 2,200. 7-ROOM TWO-STORY HOUSE, ga rage, extra large lot, 15 bearing grapefruit trees. A nice home close In 4.500. 10-ROOM APARTMENT HOUSE, com plately furnished; gas. lightt. not nd cold water, bauia. etc.; alee location, only 3 Mucks trom post office. A nice income all-year p-oj osltion. For quick sale S,300 Terns. 12,300 -cash. ba.. two and three yews. 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