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CASINO THEATRE TODAY ONLY COUNTRY STORE NIGHT $65.00 FREE in valuable gifts, MIKE DORSETT In charge of the country store, is at liberty to givee axvay any thing that is made in the 6 S. A., which means fun "Some thing up both sleeves." * KKATI'KK ATTIiA TIO\ MARION DAVIES —in— “THE YOUNG DIANA” A Paramount Picture A really elaborately and beauti fully produced photoplay -pro duced in a setting of gorgeous gowns and luxury. From Marie Corelli's startling novel. Admission only 10 and 25 cents REPORT EXONERATES WRIGHT j Washington, Aug. 28. —Clinton L. j Wright, acting postmaster at Nor- • folk, Va., will be recommended today by Postmaster General Work to : President Hardng for promotion to j postmaster, as a result of a report | just received from the civil service board exonerating Mr. Wright of; charges filed against hint alleging his unfitness for oflice. NEW SCALE IS POSTED Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 23.—The scale committee of the Pittsburgh Coal CASINO JT Get Ready For This One! —IN— “SCHOOL DAYS” A super-screen classic, that will awaken the memories of the days when we were a couple of kids. It will make you younger —better —happier. The Babe Ruth of the laughter league. Moving Picture World said: “ ‘School Days’ ” offers capital entertainment. It is a novelty and is as clean and sweet as a summer breeze blowing over the meadows. We are moved to congratulate that enterprising firm of real showmen, the Warner Brothers, on this their newest venture.” Admission 15 and 35 cents Shows at 2:30, 4:30, 7:00, 9:00 CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE HAS BOUGHT UPPER FLOOR OF BARTOW RECORD BUILDING The Bartow Record of Tuesday says: "The upper story of the Record printing office building has been pur j chased by C. H. Walker. Commenc ing yesterday morning Contractor AV. C. Robertson began adding some nine or ten rooms that will be occupied bv the Polk County Citrus Sub-Ex change. Til i offices of the sub-ex change are now located over the Polk County National Hank. The re ! movnl of the offices from the present ! location is necessitated by the bank’s requirement of the upper rooms for , its own uses. “This negotiation between Mr. ! Walker and Mr. GaJlemore has been ■ under consideration for several months, but was closed Saturday afternoon. Air Robertson hopes to have the new ollice rooms for the sub ! exchange ready for occupancy ir. about thirty days. They are being arranged according to plans and specifications furnished by Mr Walker j and will make an ideal home for the Exchange with its greatly in creasing business. Mr. Walker is be ing congratulated upon making it possible for the Exchange to secure one of the best arranged and rtiost perfectly equipped sot of office rooms of any exchange in the state, and no i no of them is more worthy of a per manent home of such merit, and no manager in the state is entitled to greater credit than is C. H. Walker in bringing the Polk County Citrus Sub- Exchange to its present high standing in the commercial w-orld. In passing we also! wish to state that the Recor! is more than proud to have the honor of a neighbor up stars Ike C. IT. Walker and the county sub-exchange management. AVe predict that the Citrus Exchange and the Polk County Record will be flourishing long after AValker and Gallemore have gone to their reward, and hope they will re main as monuments to what Walker and Gallemore tried to do while they were here below.” ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS George Tolson, well-known engi neer of the Atlantic Coast. Line, is ill at his home, 504 South Tennessee avenue. Don'McDonald. Atlantic Coast Line engineer, is out again after his recent illness, hut is not able as yet to re turn to his work. Miss Susie ATay Clower has loft on a two month's visit, to Jacksonville | and points in Georgia. i Producers Association today ordered the 1020-22 scale posted at all mines operated hv its members hut 1 declined to yield to the demands of the Tinted ATne AA'orlcersi that the check off pro vision of the scale he enforced. About 45,000 union miners are affected. LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23, 1922 Court Record Real Estate Transfers, Warranty Deeds W. C. Lockhart als. to Miller Smith j Investment Cos. J. T. and Pearl Mathews to Hillery Holmer Mathews. Madge F. and .7. H. Berry to S. H. Blitch. I Allen Rots and Dorothy Gordon | Rightfield to J. H. and Lulu K. Hew- I ing. Louis E. and Maude E. Stuart to J. F. Appling. .7. 1.. and Caroline Sheffield to James | It. and Mamie Tillis. Edward John and Anna Justine Col-j ston to Emma Al. Bogel. Roht. Bryant to E. O. Garland. AV. H. and Celoma Foote to Edgar Emerson. Airs. C. T. and C. T. Jordon to First State Bank of AVinter Haven. Ililina L. and S. L,. Hollingsworth to .7. O. Singletary et al. K. O. and Verda Garland to Pan- American Life Ins. Cos. Satisfaction of Mortgages First State Bank of Winter Haven to W. H. and Celoma Foote. Eudora Wolf to W. 11. ATathews. Kudora Wolf to J. T. and Pearl Ala- I thess. I. P. Costine to H. AV and Gracy Art hie. F. L. Starling and S. 10. Jones to J. .1. Spivey. I). It. Johnson to .1. L. and Caroline Sheffield. .1. 10. Melton and I. P. Allred to J. I, and Caroline Sheffield. Alice T. Smith to Elizabeth and W. A. Hall. R. It. Randall to Geo. and Adaline C. Burnham. Miscellaneous Items .7. T. Miller et al. to Miller Smith Investment Cos., quit claim deed. A. 77. anti Lula DeVane et al. to W. 11. Barhite, contract. Wilson and Boswell to West Pub lishing Cos., chattel mortgage. J. T. anti Pearl Mathews to 11. H. Mathews, quit elf im deed. T. A. and Arminta Rodgers to Mag- j gie C. Appling, quit claim deed. T. J. Kern and J. Walker Pope to | AV. B. Kerr and Marion H. Kerr, lis pendens. <■ D. O. Rodgers, affidavit. G. D. Mendenhall, affidavit. Suits Filed Mine and Mill Supply Cos. vs. 1. Al. Wade, civil action. Mine and Mill Supply Cos. vs. O. M. Eaton, civil action. Mine and Mill Supply Cos. vs. W. R. England Hardware Cos., civil action. AV. W. Moore vs. Joe Portnoy, civil action. T. J. Kern and J. Walker Pope vs. W. H. Kerr and Marion 11. Kerr, fore closure. MARKETS AND FINANCE On Wall Street New York, Auk. 23.—Failure of the anthracite coal strike neKotiations, combined with pessimistic reports con cerninK the outcome of today’s rail strike negotiations imparted a decid edly reactionary trend to opening prices today on the New York Stock Exchange. Selling pressure was di rected chiefly against active rails, shippings and steels. Losses of a point were sustained by St. Paul, Le high Valley and Union Pacific with allied line while Reading, Illinois Cen tral, Southern Railway preferred and several others lost fractions. New York Opening New York, Aug. 23. —Cotton futures Daily Fashion Hint MODELS FOR COTTON FABRICS The Hay of the frilly frock has re turned and there are many lovely designs to lure one away from the severe modpls of familiar type. The first dress pictured is in novelty voile trimmed with plaited net. The deep collar is of plain net and widens as it nears the belt. Satin rib!>on forms the sash. Medium size requires dj-g yards 36-inch voile and IY\ yard net. Cingham, that aristocrat of cottons, forms an alliance with organdy to achieve the striking model to the right. The large, side-closing collar is pic turesque and particularly suited to the summer fabrics. Medium size requires 3U yards check and 1)4 yard 36-inch plain material. First Model: Pictorial Review Dress No. 1012. Sizes, 14 to 20 years. Price, 35 cents. Second Model: Dress No. 1010. Sizes, 34 to 46 inchdb bust. Price, FINAL MEETING OUTGOING BOARD COMMISSIONERS While they hold office until their successors are elected or appointed, the five members constituting the old ; hoard of city commissioners assem ] bled In final session at the city hall on Tuesday evening and after the bus iness before them had received htten tlon, they adjourned sine die. Mayor Hubert Petteway presided, the other commissioners being R. J. Roland, Wm. Steitz, L. P. Mroadfield and E. J. Bowyer. City Clerk H. L. Swatts had rather a light program for the commission ers to tackle. Street Commissioner Steitz had .referred for his attention a petition presented by Colonel T. J. Hooks, R. 11. Hancock and F. R. Sin eatli asking that a section of North lowa avenue he repaired, the repairs to include a substantial bridge at the far north end of the avenue. The petition of J. F. Council for permission to move his residence on AVest Alain street to South Virginia avenue was referred to the fire com missioner, it. .1. Itoiand, and to Chief Arendell with power to act. City Auditor C. H. Williams pre sented to the commissioners a detailed financial statement which was ordered tiled, to later lie turned over to the incoming commissioners after their election and installation into oflice immediately after the fourth of Sep tember. With the bond issue of SIOO,- 000 available for the taking up of all debt arrears, the city is in good shape financially for the new board to take hold. At adjournment there were some minor formalities and the expression of tile hope that the new charter ad ministered by three commissioners and a city manager, will enable Lake land to continue that progress that lias marked the last dozen years. MIS HAVE YOU EVER PLAYED HOOKEY? Did you ’fiver play hookey from school? Wesley ftarry, ’the freckle-faced movie star, plays hookey more than once in the Gus Edwards’ screen play, “School Days,” which comes to the Casino Theatre, during Thursday hnd Friday. And in playing hookey, Wes' is said to' lay the foundation for a story that will appeal to every hu man being who has experienced the thrills, tlie pranks and the many dis appointments of boyhood. Foil little AVesley, as the untamable and irresponsible Speck Brown, loves tlie old swimmin' hole and his dog. “Hippy,” more than all the wealth and education in the world. But he chances to mfeet a wealthy uncle who induces him to pursue an educa tion among The jnvenile highbrows in the East. In his new surroundings he tries to be chummy. He also tries to put over an invention perfected by his old friend, Leff, called “You can’t Lose -It-Clothes-Pin.” He finds him self duped by a pair of clever swindlers.- Disgusted with the rtificial exist ence of his wealthy schoolmates, keenly disappointed by his failure to put over the invention. Wes’ longs for the old swimmin’ hole and his dog. In the wee small hours of the morn ing lie runs away from his palatial residence, boards a freight train and finally arrives safely hack in his old haunts. Once more he is happy, for lie not only has his dog but also his little sweetheart, and he can roam at will through nature's playground. Prominent members of the cast sup norting Wes’ include Francis X. Con lan, as old Left, Arline Blackburn, as Wes’ sweetheart, Margaret Sheddon, as tlie teacher George Lessey as the stern guardian, and J. H. Gilmore as the wealthy stranger. The picture was produced: by Harry Rapt, and di rected by William Night. opened firm. October, 22.85; Decem ber. 22.80; January, 22.57; March, 22.00; May, 22.50. Tlie reported increase in wages by United States Steel and several other companies caused a decrease in Re public and Crucible." The few strong spots included Mexi can Petroleum, up three; Western Union, up 13-8; Pneumatic Tool, ur one to anew high, and Standard Mill ing up 2 1-4. NEW ORLEANS OPENING New Orleans, Aug. 23. —The cotton market opened steady. October, 22.48; December, 22.40; January, 22.30; March, 22:25; May, 22:10. JACKSONVILLE SETS PRECEDENT Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 23.—An ordinance which became effective here today provides immediate dis missal for any city employe under the jurisdiction of the city commission who fails to report to the city engi neer any dangerous hole he might discover in any paved or unpaved street or sidewalk in Jacksonville. Copies of the ordinance have been placed in the hands of every employe with Instructions to do everything possible to place a temporary sign or other warning at traffic obstacles pending repair by the engineering de partment. Employes were also In structed to look for defensive wiring on the streets. Swelling caused by Insect bites can be reduced by using Ballard's Snow Liniment. It counteracts the poison and relieves the Irritatiou. Three sizes —3oc, 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. FAMOUS HOG WORTH $25,000 DEAD AT HIGHLAND OAKS (Bartow Record) Autopsy following the death of Ori on Cherry King, Jr., VIII,, 147929 famous $25,000 Jersey-Duroc boar ot the Highland Oaks farm at Pierce, brought a pronouncement of ruptured blood vessel as the cause of death. The great animal was found dead In his pen Saturday morning, and had apparently been in good health Fri day night. Only *5,000 insurance was carried on the life of the pig. Orion Cherry King, Jr., VIII was probably the most famous beast of his kind, ever bred in the state, and has won the position of grand cham pion in so many competitions, that he was considered grand champion boar of the South ,up to the time of his death. He was farrowed January 6, 1918, on the breeding farm of Peacock & Hddge, and purchased by the Ameri can Agricultural Chemical Cos. at the fabulous price of $25,000. it is said, Brought to Highland Oaks farm at Pierce, he has been the center of at traction at numerous stock exhibits. During the past three years he has beep shown at many of the Florida and Georgia fairs and livestock shows as one of their biggest features. The last offering of the great ani mal's progeny will be that at the big ale now being advertised at the farm for September 15th. When you feel lazy, out of sorts and yawn a good deal in the day time, you need Herbine to stimulate your liver, purify your bowels, tone up your stom ach. Price, 60c. Sold by Henley’s Drug Store. —advt Automobile Olvners • We take pleasure in announcing the opening of our up-to date AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION, at the north-, east corner Florida avenue and Pine street, Lakeland, Florida, Thursday, August 24, 1922. A representative of this Company, who is an expert in the lubrication of automobiles, will be on hand for one week. You are cordially invited to call and have the expert show you how your car is lubricated. The Crank Case and oil ing system will be thoroughly cleaned and filled with the correct grade of POLARINE, “The Standard Motor Oil.” We charge you only for the new oil used; the service is free. / We respectfully solicit your continued patronage at our SERVICE STATION on our POLARINE MOTOR OIL and high-grade CROWN GASOLINE —the Motor Fuel of Quality. Courteous and polite attendants, service unexcelled. Standard Oil Company • (Incorporated) / Free Water Free Air The Hanson Light Six IS COMING For September Delivery 115 inch wheelbase - 50 horsepower motor excellent appointments $1.095 Delivered in Lakeland ) Riggins Motor Cos. 220 S. Fla. Ave. Don’t Guess Don’t Take Chances STERLING PAINT, $2.75 GALLON AFTER BEING THINNED WITH PURE LINSEED OIL, READY FOR USE. . ANALYSIS PIGMENT LEAD AND ZINC ....... .85% ASBESTINE .. •>>. ■ • 15% 100% LIQUID PURE LINSEED OIL, TURPENTINE AND DRYER 100% WE DO NOT BELIEVE PAINT CAN BE MADE BETTER AT ANY PRICE, OR FROM ANY KNOWN MATERIALS. OUR AGENTS WILL DELIVER AT ABOVE PRICE, OR WE WILL DO SO. ; j U I9 X rlittLiL* J &T’’ MANUFACTURER*/ " 1 46 West Bay St Jacksonville, Fla.