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Don’t Fail to Visit Our Odds and Ends Sale SHOWERS OF BARGAINS. AWAIT YOU We Have Some Odd Pieces Left Over From Broken Suites These pieces are in perfect condition-nota flaw or scratch on them-only odd, nothing to go with them. You may be able to match up some odd piece you have on hand. WE ARE GOING TO CLOSE THEM OUT BEFORE OUR NEW STOCK ARRIVES. YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN FURNITURE SOLD AS REASONABLE AS WE ARE SELLING IT TODAY—NOT EVEN THE MANUFACTURER’S COST IS BEING CONSIDERED ON % THE PRICE OF MANY OF OUR CLOSEOUTS. THIS APPLIES TO BEDROOM AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE AS WELL. IT . WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. REMEMBER OUR NEW STOCK WILL BE COMING ALONG . * IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS—WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR IT. THE SALE IS NOW ON SO COME TODAY, TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE TO GET THE ARTICLE YOU WANTED. SUCCESS FURNITURE COMPANY ALEX WILLIAMS, Manager LAKELAND MULBERRY FORT MEADE taxes placed in his hands for collection, which shall ho added to the amount of taxes due by each delinquent taxpayer. Section 215. Method of Foreclosure.—lt shall not he necessary to bring separate suits in regard to each piece of property so delinquent, but one or more suits may he brought, embracing all or any portion of said delinquent taxes, or two or more property owners may be joined in one.suit, and it shall be lawful for the chief of police to serve the summons upon persons interested and the court may cause to be made up different issues with respect to the different pieces of property anil separate decrees, if parties so wish and show reason therefor, and the court may enter a decree with referenc e to one' or more or all of said pieces of property so involved in said suit upon the* entire delinquent tax list, and it shall not bo an objection that one proceeding is brought against part or all of said delinquent property and the court may. in assessing and providing for the expenses of said suit, adjudge an amount that may he reasonable under the circumstances, for siu-h expenses, including suc h proportion of the costs as the court may adjudge against each piece of properly, and also including a reasonable at torney’s fee, to l>e adjudged against each piece of property. Such expense as lias been incurred for searching the records by an abstract company in the preparation of any suit shall also he added as costs. Any defendant, or de fendants appearing in said cause may tile their appearance or pleadings by mentioning therein the particular piece of property that, they are interested in. and the decree* pro eonfesso may be entered by the court or clerk against all pieces of property that no appearance or pleadings have been filed with reference to in the same manner and under the same condition as now pro vided by the rules of practice and with a like effect. The decree liay pro vide for the same terms and conditions of foreclosure of the property in volved for said taxes, interests, proportion of said costs, and attorney’s fee, and the practice with reference to the same shall bo the same as fore closure of mortgages, and the sale thereunder shall he the same as now pro vided for the foreclosure of mortgages, but the owner or those interested in said land so foreclosed and sold, shall not he deprived of the possession of the said property for three years from date of said sale, and during said three years such parties may redeem the said property from the purchaser by paying the amount of the said decree, together with ten per cent interest thereon, and said money may bo deposited in court, and the court will thereupon enter an order that the said property has been duly re deemed. and said money shall be ordered paid as the rights thereof appear to tie* court, hut if said property is not redeemed within said three years, from j said sab*, then said title* becomes absolute in the* purchaser, and possession] thereof secured if necessary by writ of assistance or otherwise. At such; sale the City of Lakeland may become the purchaser of the said property,! the same as any individual. Section 216.' Ibid. — It shall ho no objection or defense against said taxes that there have been omissions, defects or informalities or that there has been failure to comply with some of the provision* of law with reference to said taxes, provided said law has been substantially complied with and the owners of tlu* said property, or those interested have not been materially, injured by reason of such informalities, omissions of defects. Section 217. Delinquent Taxes. —All delinquent taxes now due the City; of Lakeland, including the taxes for the year 191S, may he collected under; the provisions of this act, and all taxes heretofore levied by the City of Lakeland are hereby validated in all respects and declared to be liens upon the property upon which such taxes are assessed, prior to all other liens except state and county taxes, and all irregularities in the levy of such taxes and the making of the assessment roll or other proceedings arc* hereby vali dated and corrected. It shall be the duty of tin* tax collector as soon as practicable after tin* passage of this act, to furnish to the city attorneys i a list of all taxes due the City of Lakeland, including the taxes for 1918, ! which list of taxes shall be certified to as hereinbefore provided and if the! said taxes not paid within a period of sixty (60) days after such roll' or list is delivered to the city attorneys, they may proceed to collect the j same under the provisions of this act in the manner hereinbefore prescribed I for the collection of City taxes. Section 218. —If it shall appear to tin* court in any proceeding to collect taxes that a redemption period of less than three years would not he inequit- i able, then the court in his discretion may require redemption in a less i period of time, however same to be not less than one year. AUDITORIUM t o °n d l a y y He’s back again—the popuiar WILLIAM (BILL) RUSSEL —IN— “THE ROOF TREE” His latest feature—fast moving picture of love, hate, re venge and romance. —ALSO— “WINNERS OF THE WEST” Admission only 10 and 25 cents. STARTS 2:30 PROMPTLY Section 219. Saving Clause. —If any section or part of a section of this charter proves to lie invalid of unconstitutional, the same shall not he hold to invalidate or impair the validity, force, or effect of any other section or part of a section of this charter, unless it clearly appears that such other section or part of a section is wholly or necessarily dependent for its operation upon the section or part of a section so held to b e un constitutional of invalid. Section 220. Charter Election.—The foregoing charter shall bo sub mitted to the qualified electors or the City of Lakeland for adoption or re jection at an election, hereby called for that purpose to be held on the first Tuesday in August. 1922. which said election shall ho conducted in accordance with tile laws governing elections in said City of Lakeland as at present provided. The ballot used in said election sail be a sheet of plain white paper upon which the following shall be printed: Section 221. In the event tills charter carries, there shall he an election held under date of September 4, 1922, for the purpose of electing three com missioners to hold office under this Charter, which said commissioners shall hold office for the terms as hereinbefore set forth and shall take office with in three days after the election. CERTIFICATE OF CHARTER BOARD WHEREAS. Tile City of Lakeland, in the County of Polk and State of Florida, a city ol more than live thousand and less than twenty thousand population, according to the last Federal census, at an election held under date of March 14th, 1922. under and in accordance with Sections of (lie 1920 Revised General Statutes of Florida, did elect Harry L. Brown, L. W. Bloom, John F. Cox, J. F. Council. W. W. Chase, C. i. Dwiggins, O. C. Lanphear. J. C. Owens, and B. F. Wilson as a Chater Board of nine members to prepare, and propose Charter amendments to the Charter oi said City, or to prepare and propose anew Charter for adoption by said City, BE IT KNOWN that in pursuance to law and ! within a period of ninety days after said election the said Charter Board has prepared and does pro pose (lie foregoing as and for the Charter of the said City of Lakeland, Polk County. Florida. IN \\ ITNESS whereof, we, the undersigned, constituting all of the duly elected and qualified members of the Charter Board of the said City of Lakeland, Florida, have hereunto signed bur names in regular session as sembled in the City Hall in said City ibis the 10th day of June, A. D. 1922. HARRY L. BROWN, Chairman of the Charter Board. J. F. COUNCIL, J. C. OWENS. CHAS. I. DWiOGINS, JOHN F. COX, 1!. F. WILSON, O. C. LANPHEAR. W. W. CHASE, LYNN W. BLOOM, Members of the Charter Board, Lakeland, Florida. 11. L. SWATTS, Clerk of the City of Lakeland, Florida, and Secretary of the Charter Board. APPRECIATION SHOWN FOR WORK REV. J. F. PICKARD The following from the St. Augus tineßecord of Saturday last will bo of local interest: “Following the Wednesday night prayer-meeting service in Orate Meth odist church, the second regular quar terly meeting o fthe church was held, with the Kew. J. ,1. Treadwell, super- j intendent of the Jacksonville district ! of St. Johns River Conference, presid- \ ing. Rev. J. F. Pickard, retiring pas tor of the church, who is resigning j . VW/.01,'*, I*" ,Mllf , „.*,t 1., il , /If . gab, 0 „,arf,iJL I ft ,, Ih, tJL ASK YOUR GROCER LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM, SATURDAY. JULY 8 .1922 because of ill health, made his quar-1 terly report, showing the church to I he in good condition financially. Re pairs to the steeple and church roof | will cost about SSOO, and that debt will be taken care of. During the two years and a half that Mr. Pickard has had the pastorate here, the church has made a healthy growth in mem bership, the increase being approxi mately 25 per cent. The total member ship is iy>w almost four hundred. "As indicative of the esteem in which Mr. Pickard is held by his church people, he has been granted 1 two months’ vacation on full pay. 110 | lias definitely resigned from the pas torate here, but it is the wish of the official hoard that he consider the next two months as a vacation, with a sal ary coming in. “H. W. Davis, for the official board of Grace church presented to Mr. Pickard a very beautiful tinted pic ture showing one of the loveliest scenes in all St. Augustine, with glimpses of Hotel Alcazar and Annex. Accompanying this was an original poem entitled "Memories,” written for ! ; i Daily Fashion Hint ■ INTRODUCING A SMART MODEL A style that plays up the possibil ities of the straight and slender figure is this frock in caramel brown clianneuse satin trimmed with old gold Georgette, which is used for tlic yestee and lining of the skirt drapery. A standing collar finishes the V-shaped neck, though the oval or square neckline, with collar may be substituted, if preferred. Medium size requires 4k* yards 40-inch charmeuse and y A yars of 40-inch Georgette. Pictorial Review Dress No. 9294. Sizes 34 to 40 indies bust. , Price, 35 cents. , the occasion by Miss Ella May Davis. A resume of outstanding events dur ing Mr. Pickard’s pastorate here was cleverly given in rhyme, and the re tiring minister of Grace church was more than pleased with the appropri ateness of the verses, and with the beautiful gift they accompanied. In making this response Mr. Pickard stated that although he needed no visibje reminder of the happy years spent here, the past two and one-half years in St. Augustine being full of happy memories, he should neverthe less treasure very greatly the beauti ful remembrances given by the friends in liis church in this city." CASINO W AN AVALANCHE OF THRILLS! Daring deeds and rescues mid the blizzards of the North. The romance of a dazzling heroine who bewitched the law. A sensational two-star triumph! A PENRHYN STANLAWS PRODUCTION —SEE— TOM MOORE AND BETTY COMPSON ' —in— “OVER THE BORDER” 4 —ALSO— “ASSORTED HEROES” A comedy full of laughs. Admission only 10 and 25 cents • —ALSO— “WIMVQ WUH” GUESSING ffllU J WflU CONTEST $50.00 IN CASH PRIZES $25 First Prize—sls Second Prize—slo Third Prize for guessing who the unknown men are. Today is your last opportunity of entering the contest. It closes tonight at 11 o’clock. NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT! See the “Who’s Who,” place your answer in the box at the exit door of the theatre as you go out. WINNERS OF THE PRIZE WILL BE ANNOUNCED MONDAY. Remember, the prizes are award ed according to neatness. • * • Next week you will see two reels of Lakeland made motion pictures—besides seeing “face to face” the business men of Lakeland and their employes—you’ll see many interesting sceites. The Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, Woman’s Club, Sweet Sixteen bathing scenes in Francis Beach and Lake Morton, and other interesting views that are exception ally entertaining. Come—there’s a possibility you’ll even see yourself, as many surprises are in store for those visiting the theatre. IN COl'ltT OF COUNTY JUDGE OF POLK ' COUNTY, FLORIDA. Adna S. and Anna B. Benedict, both deeeasel. \ To :tll Creditors, Legatees, Distributees ami nil Persons having Claims or Demands against said Estate : You, and each of you, are hereby noti- jj tied and required to present any claims j and demands which you, or any of you * may have against the estate of A. S. and A. B. Benedict, deceased, late of Folk county, Florida, to the uiiuerslu'iied 4. R. Bind ware, Executor of said estate, within two years from date hereof. Dated March Cth. A. D. 1922. J. R. BOULWARE. Executor. No. SM. Lakeland, Fla.