Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas on May 21, 1921 · Page 10
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Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas · Page 10

Corsicana, Texas
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Saturday, May 21, 1921
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PAGE TEN THE CORSICANA DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1921. ■asa Oiu Silverware is most appropri ai& /oi' ihair** Innfver^anj ^ * N 1 il + v|\ -7i S ■'>! %/:f' Ss - What is more suitable for a wedding or anniversary gift than jewelry or silverware? We have a beautiful assortment of silverware for table use, also rare pieces, exquisitely design d, that can be used for decoration. If you desire to select a wt tiding gift come in and let us show you our “things of beauty.’’ Our PRICES suit every purse. Our WOlID is our BOND, R. L. Reese & Son JEWELERS 118 N. Beaton Street Corsicana, Texas Make a Note Of thè faet tliat we are now selling Pure Hog Lard al li eents per pouiid. Sounds like thc good old davs, don’t it ? Come in and get voi ir aliare. Li. T. Davis Market North Beaton Street Pilone 74 IT S HOT WORK Fixing old tires Better get some new ones From Robertson Motor Supply Co. (By JEAN DARNELL.) Johnny Jones, in New York with his mother on a vacation, has been ! making personal appearances every ‘day at the Capital theatre, where the I latest of Booth Tarkington Edgar | I comedies in which he is playing was | shown this week. Will Rogers has hung his Romeoi | costumes in the closet and is now j j in Arizona with his director and tltej company making round-up scenes i j ior “Doubling for Romeo.” His lar-j j iut is with him, too. Ruth Roland purchased a Belgian ; police puppy at the recent Pasadena, California, dog show, and says she . will train him for work in her pic- I lures. I Mary Plckfcrd was present a great ; deal during the filming of her iius- I band’s latest picture “The Three .Musketeers” and it is said aided him j materially by suggesting certain changes in some of the big sets‘used. Tom Moore, popular Goldwyn star, began ids professional career as a super in a dramatic production of “Parsifal.” Cullen Landis is spending a little time between pictures at Long Beach, California, with a fishing rod. The mackerel, he reports, are biting. Landis has just finished playing an important part in “The Old Next.” Eva Novak is the sister of the popular Jane and shares equally in this world's store of beauty, with her. One report says the robber who took Anita Stewart’s $11,000 worth of jewelry was a plumber, another that he was an electrician. Probably it was the former and he considered himself about even for his few hours work. Peggy Hyland is expected back in the Los' Angeles film colony shortly, from England. Peggy lias been to ‘ dea ole Lunnon.” Dorothy Phillips and her husband Alien Holubar, have returned to west coast. While in tiie east they visited their little daughter, Gwendolyn Holubar, who is In school in Baltimore, Maryland. Lew Cody the popular male vampire is making personal appearance at the leading picture theatres throughout the country. Carol Dempster will be seen in the leading feminine role in D. W. Grif- tith’s “Dream Street,” which will shortly be presented to the pqbllc. It is said Lillian Gish will create the role of Marguerite in Griffith's production of Faust. Miss Gish should make an ideal Marguerite. Lea trice Joy, now playing in the Gouvernetir Morris photoplay, “A Tale of Two Worlds.” for Goldwyn, was born in New Orleans and educated in a convent there. Everybody is anxious to see this new European film sensation "Thu Cubinet of Dr. Caligari.” All the scenic effects, etc., etc., are futur istlc. You say you have been waiting to see a sweet wholesome story—one the kiddies may enjoy? Well—it’s coming! Mary Pickfprd In “Through the Back Door.” Home of the most unusual undersea photography ever obtained, will I k seen in “Wet Gold,” released by I Goldwyn. Phono 231» 122 West Collin Who Took STICKERS Off CACTUS? Hear HENRY ADRIAN at Chautauqua Describe the Miracles of BURBANK Martha ManHfield and Eugene O’Brien have demonstrated their skill as expert skaters in their lut- < st picture “The Convict.” The ic* scenes were taken at Saranac Lake, New York, the past winter, when the temperature was “30 below.” Harold Goodwin, Fox star is a true sportsman, wears old clothes and everything and spends much time in the woods when not working in pictures. Frank Keenan is preparing to rc turn to the stage in a revival o* “Rip Van Winkle.” Fite street set for the Chinese-1 New Year celebration in the Gouv mur Morris photoplay, “A Talt? o' i Two Worlds," were prepared by Ld ward Willis of tho Goldwyn art de j partment, who has been a student of | Oriental art for many years. What is a "blueahevik?” Accord j ing to Oouverneur Morris, "blueshe | vik" is the proper term to apply to clmoet any motion picture reformer. FINE FRESH TROUT LEVI BROS. MARKET Phone« 435*86 Fish! Fish! Channel cat fish and red snapper ready to deliver from Butler's Market and Grocery. Keep cod this summer. Singer quality electric fans only $13.75 cash; lasts many years, runs five hours for one cent. j SINGEP SEWING MACHINE CO. 121 W. Coilin St. For Sale Cheap At bankrupt prices In order to close an estate. Bids will be received until Friday, May 27th, 1921: Corsicana Mill Building, Lease and Machinery. Corsicana Warehouse Building and Lease. 1 Federal 2-ton truck. 2 mules and wagon, 2 desks, typewriter and adding machine. If interested write or see W. C. Hilliard, trustee for Corsicana Mill and Grain Company at First National ■ Bank, Corsicana, Texas. Base Ball Game Sunday 4 O'CLOCK Corsicana Red Sox VS. Kerens Base Ball Club l'A'(»rybo(l\ invited, A good game is expected. The Sun yrinis lb# dvwb first. OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES Is complete and comprises the best known snd purest quality obtainable. Don’t take chances with cheapened, unreliable, adulterated brands. The prices we charge are as lo was can be, and we are sure you will be more than pleased with the quality and the results. JNO. C. HUGHES QUALITY BREAD The ideal broom, especially for homes, stores, hotels, barber shops, cafes, hanks, schools, churches and hospitals. Used Hitc* straw brooms. Light and strong. Sweeps easier and cleaner. Lasts four times as long. Cuts broom expense in half. Delivered at home or office. $1.75. Also carry n line of soft floor and wall brushes, warehouse brooms, etc. (Be here for week.) H. P. Fowler Phone No. 12C5. Added Attraction At Palace Theatre The Harper Sisters xvell known Corsicana artia's. wflf appear at thte Palace theatre Tuesday, matinee and night. The services of these young ladies have been secured by Manager Adams as an added attraction, they ! appearing in connection with the reg- ! ular picture program. The Misses Harper will appear at ! the 3 o’clock matinee and at the night performance at 8 o’clock. These young ladies are musicians and entertainers of the highest class 1 and have just returned from a most | successful lycetim tour in which they were favorably . received wherever ithey appeareu, as is evidenced by the ; flattering press notices they received from the various newspapers over the country. They recently gave a recital at the High School in tills city where a large audience greeted them and each number presented by these talented young ladies was enthusiastically received Their ppearaove at thte Palace theatre will no doubt crowd this popular play house to capacity and the po pie of Corsicana will be given one of the mmsical treats of the season. The usual high claifb of pictures will also be run. CHICHESTER the WU.MON1» u4lwl Aikjnrl HkS . - - wiDu nS bote», seeled fiaSMNffini ran known u Bent, SO ms . Ahraj* RcHnMn SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYERYWHERF The Oil City Nine Shuts Out Ennis wrj boi», ,.-1.4 4% «n Tnk* no otker ^ « int. Aillo»! O.VD HKANl TMM known u U»t, Sifess, AH™ y» koHnM* The Oil City Nine defeated Ennis yesterday afternoon, it was a real gefod game. Both teams played well. It was a very fast game, only taking one hour und ten minutes to play. The batteries wbre: For Ennis, Gooch and Harper, and for Oil City, Renekef and Sheets. Harper pitched a good game, allowng ten hits and one base on balls. Sheets pitched a wonderful game, allowing only three hits and not walking a man. The Ennis hoys were outclassed by the Oil City Nine in their team work. The visitors were rattled several times by the Oil City boys. This was the last game for the Oil City Nine this season, which ended in favor of the locals by a score of 7 to 0. The box score follows: OIL CITY AB H PO R E Jones, bs ................................5 1 3 1 0 Callicutt, 3b .....................5 2 2 1 1 McConnell, lb ...................5 Mosshart, It .......... .4 Butler, 2b ...........................4 C, Matthews, cf...............4 Rennecker, c ....................4 F. Matthews, rf ..............4 Sheets, p .............................4 2 TEXAS Fiber Brooms ¿E ST Irk^s, | WILL NOT Hardwood floors, | < Linoleum, Tiling etc 5WECP5 CLEANER Total ..............................39 10 24 7 2 ENNIS AB IH PO R E Fweatman, 2b .................4 0 4 0 2 Farqohard, ss..4 2 4 0 1 Alexander, rf.......................4 0 4 0 0 1 Stein. 31» .............................3 0 3 0 0 McMullan lb .................3 0 3 0 0 Gooch, c ..............................3 1 3 0 0 McCarther. If I Culltim, rh 3 0 3 0 0 ..,.3 0 3 0 0 Harper, p ..........................3 0 3 0 0 ; Total................................30 3 27 0 0 Summary—Hits. Jones, Callicutt 2, I McConnell 2, C. Matthews 2, Ren- eeker. Sheets, Farquahard 2, Gooch; struck out, by Sheets 12, by Harper 3. REPORTER. NOTICE TO PUBLIC. The Baseball Park has been set aside to the Cotton Factory baseball team on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat ! urduy afternoon. The park may be engaged for other days at the rate of $10 per day to be paid in advance. BASEBALL PARK COMMITTEE. FUNERAL HELDTHIS AFTERNOON Remains of Well Known Lady Now Res*, in Ooltwod. Tho remain» bf the late Mrs. Sarah Loekhatt Christian, wife of Judge Z, R. Christian, who died a* her home on North Thirteenth street yesterday morning, took place from the place of death at 3 o’clock this afterno. n. Rev. C. H. Booth officiating, and a large number of friends attending and there were many beautiful floral offerings. YOUR TRANSFER NEEDS Will at all times be given the best of attention here. Turn your hauling problems ever to us. Corsicana Dray & Transfer Co. DEAL XSOUTHEW fcNfgRfrftlSES THE MS? TODAY ONLY Wm. S. HART “The Cold Deck” ALSO UTH EPISODE OF THE WONDERFUL SERIAL "THE PHANTOM FOE" MONDAY WM. S. DART O’MALLY OF THE MOUNTED AND A UOLIN COMEDY Prices—5c, 10c, 20c war tax included ’▲LAC PARAMOUNT AND REALART PICTURES; Now Showing Today Only THE .TUNOLE EPIC “Tarzan of the Apes” A Thrilling Photodrama of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Storv ALSO “His Dizzy Day” A KEEN KOMEDY PALACE PIPE ORGAN MUSIC COMINO MONDAY FATTY ARBUCKLE IN DOLLAR YEAR MAN HART’S PICTURE SCORES. ‘‘O'Malley of the Mounted" a Strong Virgile Western Photoplay. William S. Hart’s latest Paramount picture of the West, scored such a triumph at its presentation last, month at the Palace theatre, the management was prevailed upon to play a return engagement of this film at the Ideal iiheatre, Monday. It is certainly one of the strongest character portrayals with which Mr. Hart has favored his followers in many months, to say the least. Thrills abound throughout the action of this virile photoplay. As O'Malley, a mounted policeman who pursues a supposed murderer with energy and relentlessness characteristic of tho Canadian police, only to be balked at the last when hls*.quur- ry proves to be the sister of the girl lie loves and who has saved his life when he Is about to be hanged by bandits, he adds another splendid characterization of his gallery of western screen portraits. The story was written by Mr. Hart and the rection by Lambert Hlllyer is all tha™ could be asked for. Eva Novak IveaUs a capable supporting company and all acquitted themselves with credit. The picture is well worth seeing. Biliousness is a disorder involving the stomach, liver and bowels. It opens the door for disease. Prickly Ash Bitters is the right remedy. It drives out bile and Impurities and makes a man feel bright vogorous and cheerful. Price $1.25 per battle. Pen* land-Bryant Drug Co., Special Agents. Ladies’ Hats Cleaned and shaped, Phone 578. $1.75 and uo. WOMACK'S. (JRAND THEATRE TODAY LAST TIME Franklyn F arnum -IN“The Hunger oi the Blood” You’ll like its big scenes, suspense, heart, interest,.action and thc locale, where rugged, viril men live and perform deeds of daring. Also fourteenth episode of the "DIAMOND QUEEN" , ^ Don’t miss this thrilling chapter ORGAN MUSIC t

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