The Electra Star (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1921 Page: 4 of 5
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clubfj" fi?a^ ^njay^'Wilburn;'ja catch-
er- -playe <1 ^.second' L base. However,
Manager^Sbeidonirbas a: fetf; more
played in view and hopes to build
j^b|a^wixmin'g streak of eleven/^taUlght
Vi -ga'mesr. $hey are-- snaking at the
if- lifeltSere is going
* nere|?fight for the
Ypi^ftfd' St. Louis are
an^’Hdw "York took t3
and 'maintained her l^d<
wilTVave 'lough sleddii
much higher for they go
burg when the Giant seril
id it now looks
|be a three-cor-
al flag. New
fow in a series
•the dear old Spudd
maintaining their winning
and just drop a £ame often
give the visitors to Athlete
little hope. They are novj
place and with a little luck
of the week are liable to. overhaul
ghreVeport and get in the Urs* divis
ion. Walter Salm is getting }1^
season form as a manager andl jf jje
be keeps on improving, Wichita,»Fallg
is out of the cellar for the season.
Let credit rest where it is due,
To the man who takes the burnj
And stands the razzing from me
Let’s hand it to the umps.
We say one thing for Georges
peach of ^
pentier—he has a
wife. When she was told that th
American women lined up at the boal
to see who could kiss the old hot
first, she only smiled and sa'd tbat(
she feared not as long as Georges was
thinking of her. “As long as be
writes me four letters a week, she
said, “I know be is thinking of me.’
The principal thing that is worrying
Mrs. C., is a report that Georges will
have to turn loose a hundred thousand
berries to Uncle Sapi for ineom
That’s worth worrying about.
ELLIOTT FARMER BRINGS
IN LARGE CABBAGE
Otto E. Sherman, a farmer residing
in the Elliott community exhibited a
head of cabbage in the city yesterday
which weighed in the neighborhood of
from .. satlsf a ctory ;‘/performances in
many nearby cities/ This ^company
made a' big hit a short time ago in
Fort Worthrare playing Wichita Falls
now and Manager Sykes considers
himself fortunate in hooking them for
his theatre. The Shawnee News has
the following'to say ofJhis company:
“The A1 Pierce vshow at "the' Savoy
is proving to be an attraction Unus-
ually good. It is truly different from
the ordinary stock company, reper-
toire company or musical comedy.
Every play (or comedyetta, as you
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was one ui mo tmCOij
heads of cabbage, it is believed, that ^?^any
of clever people, has been
‘has even been grown
of the country.
Mr. Sherman has sold over a thou-
sand pounds of this cabbage this 'sea-
son in addition to furnishing a num-
ber of his neighbors and his own table.
He only planted two small rows forj
his own use, but the yield was so
large that hlT was able to place a por-
tion of it on the market which brought
him something like $50 for his pro-
This is an example of what can be
done by having a variety of products.
It was not generally believed that cab-
bage could be grown in this country
but Mr. Sherman has demonstrated
that they can. Many other things
can be grown here that are not, if
someone will come along who knows
how and will try.
in this section1 highly entertaining, clean and above
“Those who witnessed the play last
Sunday in which the character of Pole-
cat Perkins, that funny old westerner
appeared, will be glad to know that
the same character, together .with
Louise Perkins, and Hal Redmond,
1 will be seen in an enterily different
I play tonight. This tirpe, howeve1*, the
scene is laid in a big winter resort
hotel th Florida Instead of Chicago.
active and/clean, and the. momeht.yo.u
feel *an' .ache, or pain^ in ; thej-kidney
region, get about founr - ouhces^jt-jad
Salts frotn any. good .drug store|lfere,.
take a tablespoohful in a' glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and yuor kidneys will then act" fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of ..grapes and lemon'juice, com-
bined with lithia, and is harmless to
flush clogged^ kidneys and stimulate
them' to normal activity. It also * neu-
tralizes the acids in the* urine so it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
disorders. ■ -
Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive;
ma^es a delightful effervescent llthia-
water ‘drink which everybody • should
take now and then td keep their kid-
n, thus avoiding serious corn-
A well-known 'local druggist says • e
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be-
lieve in overcoming kidneys trouble
while it is only trouble. *—adv.
Read the want ads.
SALTS FINE FOR
We Eat Too Much Meat Which Clogs
' Kidneys, then the Back
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowels, get sluggish and clog-
ged and need a flushing occasionally,
This wns a sport once popular In
England, but declared Illegal in -1835.
A bull was attacked by dogs, and
sometimes the nostrils of the bull were
blown full of pepper to Increase his
fury. Another form of the sport was
to fasten the bull to a stake by a long
rope and theii set bulldogs at'him, onp
at a time, which wef-e trained to seize
the bull by the nose. The bulldog
seems to have been developed for this
sport from a short-eared mastiff called
According to Manager
Burkburnett has re-organized their
team and will furnish the opposition
for the^P^oducers at the ball park
Babe Ruth brought up his av rage
in Tuesday’s game to 2:1 '-onie iuns,
getting two against Detroit,
OH! BOY, Look Whose to be among us at the
One Big Joyous Week
Monday June 20
Dempsey has b ,r,n taking hi** ti pin-
ing pretty slow the pa^t few da\s on
account of an injun his <‘>e sus-
tained when one of h> - arring part-
ners butted him with ir 'load
Babe Ruth pitched j- x i*
day in addition to citing
circuit clouts He last'd *>gs
and the first four allied ne
lonesome smack, but th*> Ti"** ot
to him iu the fifth .mil ma * w
runs. Mays relieved hint, bu' \-w
York won the game and Ruth was
credited with winning the g.nr**
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|\ ’ At.
Uncle Sam is a certain w!”.r'*- :n
the Carpentier-Dempsoy tight Vot
only will he draw down t^n ; •- “at
in-war tax to go with, but ho u 11
then come in for income ‘.ix on ho’ti
ends of the bargain, no* for.-otting the
modest little share »'m T*\’’ R.ck-
ard will draw.
From reading this o’unin tin.v 'xcpk
one would jud^e that H.hih Ruth j
about tbe only ball player in th,- l-:i|
show. Fact of the matt»r i^ P,atto i^
always good copy and u hen he pc*J
four home runs in tvo da;.s v,o « an,
<be pardoned for pounding out a little
more copy. Babe got two Monday
and two Tuesday, and now has twenty-
Crawford Herndon, of the Elec-
tra News, who te also a fisherman,
dreamed the other night that he
had caught a three-column J^ss.
WORLD’S GREATEST TABLOID REPERTOIRE CO.
Sylvia Summers, A1 Pierce, Emmitt Boring, Russell Mur-
dock and Company
BRIGHT, SNAPPY, DELIGHTFUL NEW PLAYS
Full of Good Clean Comedy and Interesting Situations.
“Polecat Perkins Plays Prodigal”
Conceded by Press and Public to be the Greatest Laugh
Producer of the Age. Manager Thompson, Pershing
Theatre, Ft. Worth, says, “Best Show in House During
(Season.”. Not a girl show, but a show for the entire fam-
ily. We do not have to revert to vulgarity to make you
laugh.- Special Feature Attraction:
CRAZY, SINGING JAZZ ORCHESTRA
Electra bad soft sailing last week
with the University Stars from Wich-
ita Falls, defeating them easily, 7 to
3: The Electra team did not show
its customary strength and is pretty
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Res. Phone 610
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Stewart, W. C. The Electra Star (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1921, newspaper, June 16, 1921; Electra, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth893135/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Electra Public Library.