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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 October 1927

'FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THRI OK! LOOK! '§}' : -m. /$**• • ■*£. p icsafi 13a 1 p IfJii :'<#?' V ws /:^v. /£ ui m Phillips Camp Mariand Camp No. 2 Store PHILLIPS CAMP (Formerly Rubin Mercantile Co.) Store No. I Main Store SOUTH BORGER (ISOM) Borger's Finest Exclusive Grocery and Meat Market wawMHami 1 ■>■ ! ii"1 urn ttt .i nnnwr Store No. 3 MARLAND CAMP (Formerly Rubin Mercantile Co.) iTT.TTrtW EVERYBODY KNOWS THE CITY MARKET The Large Up-toDate, First Class Grocery and Meat Market, Located in the Pennsylvania Hotel Building, South Border (Lorn) Near Black Hotel. Reccgn-zsd by Ail as Borger's Finest Exclusive Grocery and Market. The Confidence Shown Us by Iv.: any of Our Customers Who Have Sent Us Hundreds of Letters and Requests, Asking Us to Open Up a Real Grocery Site on the Outlying .Districts of the City for Their Con- venience. Realizing the Need of Such a Store and the Confidence the People Put in Us, Prompted Us to Lease the Two Store Build...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 October 1927

THE BORGER DAILY HBRAED THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1927. & SEEMS DENTON TRAINS Deans of Women to Meet In Houston REAL BABY p f ROM ABOVE "Going Up" Spreads Pano- rama Like Minature Be- fore Spectators SEE THE OIL FIELD Herald Men Take a Look at the Territory the Paper Serves Have you seen Borger from the air? After the first thrill of leav- ing the ground with a few qualms of conscience, for a misspent life, and wishing you had made repara- tions long ago, you have a sick feel- ing at your stomach and wonder if the old solid turf will ever feel good to your feet again. Then the panorama of the earth spreads before you. In the distance is the carbon smoke, swirling its way heavenward, curling and twist- ing as a cloud, gradually higher and higher until the last traces are lost in the heavens. One realizes how insignificeant he really is. He sees the derricks scattered over mo- ther earth for miles in every direc- tion like a miniature picture, then looking into the picture closer he se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 October 1927

OCTOBER 7, 1927. THE BOROER DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVB INDIANS PLACE SELVES IN PICTURES •«£ * h 1 Indians are scarcer i:i Hollywood than one would deduce from watching western pictures. Until lately there wei;e only a handful outside of veteran actors like Mad Wolf (lower left ^ and Eagle Wing (lower right). But now White Wing (upper iefu and her hus- band, Chief Yowlache (upper right), Indian singer, have organized the actors of their race and have a casting agency which is attracting them to the motion picture capital in larger numbers. O l!y WW UK WI'.ISNKK (Mot ion Picture Feature Writer) BIXLKV IMVS TKIIU'TK TO iWMOlS KPK'IKK PARIS (AP) — Brillat-Savarin. I he greatest epicure in history, is to have a monument -in a town (■•ailed Melley. The seeming ap- propriateness of the site strikes only English speaking people, how- ever. The monument to the man who gave France a suisine that made Ic;ays her famous everywhere is to be in- augurated with great pomp and ceremony, with the Minist...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 October 1927

Wm g THE BORtSER DAIL* HERAED FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1927. jqasTOg—, ■ - SBHHPg^WiB . r. 1 4 «k|B< -r* —> "■i?v ^ K, \ > &1 ■■ %ic> : All you liave to (lo is ailpnd the baseball game at the Rex Theatre every afternoon. lOach paid admission will f?e given a ticket numbered in duplicate. Just (ear off one number and drop in the box containing the Inning number that you believe will have the largest number of runs in to- days game. If you should hold the right number you will be entitled to ten dollars (.$10) in trade at the merchants in whose ad the winning number appears. Head every ad, get the number and at- tend the game. This page will appear two more times. $10.00 Each Day— 4 Days $40.00 {MM—B—iEi Read This Page For Particulars « HIGGI.VS >v There's no use in grinding your axe unless you are go- ing to chop wood. The knife grinder is happiest when things are dull—but a live wire in- stitution like this is never content unless it's running at breakneck speed. We gri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 October 1927

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN 1 Daily Herald Classified Ads I Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results t inn Krauz" reproached himself for not having tried one or the otln?r ol lila two Infallible specialties oil the police officer who aivested him. ,1 LEGAL NOTICES « < i * i | ;! RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for live cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. Ireland lias a. cjunpaiKii for milk. pine Germany's ere using. coal output is ill- Spain's trade tinue:; lo tfrow. with France con- Septeinber 'J—Fuu veeka «>n Friday. TJII-: NT AT ft <>, TRX.U COI'NTY OF HUTCHINSON To lIn' S11 e r i 1 f or any 1'unstable of Hutch- inson Count > -Creeling: Vou iire her* hy eomnnieded to summon .Tames Hani gun. v.ho#«* re- idcnce is unknown lo appear at tin next reguiur icrm of the 1 .'UMice kiiiC « ; IIntfiiinson county, Texas, j dm '!« Lo held at the Court house thereof. in I hi; lily o Uorgcr. on I In* I ft ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 October 1927

iBiA&Kie. aSiUSk GIRL HIKERS COVER 300 MILE TRAIL -' - ■ HUGGINS HAS RECORD SECOND ONLY TO MACK Lacks One Pennant of Mark Set by Tall Leader of Philadeiphians HE IS BOSS Heavy Hitting Yanks Know Where the Authority Lies In N. Y. Team THE BORGER DAILY HERALD DOFFS RED HAT \ \ s'*mM Catherine Robbins (left) of Cornwall, Vt.. Hilda M. Kurth (right) and Kathleen Norris (center) of Schenectady, N. Y., are the first women to "hike" the 300 mile "Long Trail" over the Green Mountains of Ver- mont. Below s seen Jay Peak, at the extreme northern end of the trail at North Troy, Vt. NORTH TROY, Vt. (AP)—Wo- men at last have conquered tho long Trail that winds for 300 miles over the Green Mountains of Vermont, fro mMassachusetts to Canada. Although tradition says there has always been a trail of sorts over the range, the Long Trail achieved its greatest popularity only this year. Three young women, Miss Cath- erine Robbins of Cornwall, Vt., Miss Hilda Kurth and Miss Kath- leen Norris of Sche...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 October 1927

<D HmQHHHVSW WHY NOT BUY IT IN RORGER Phone 13 AliL DKPAltTMLENTH OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OP BORUER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 274. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS PUSH COUNTY SEAT FIGHT V- y. * H- * * -Y- .* -y. * H- * * * ■•{■ .y. # * # * * *• * ¥ ¥ ¥ -Y- .y. "{• *f* *{**{*•{• * * * BORGER MAN IS SHOT; MAY DIE C. 0. BILLIARD ACCIDENTALLY worn SELF Drilling Contractor at Roswell, New Mexico Hurt ANOTHER WILD YARN ABOUT BORGER PROVES TO BE EXAGGERATION WAR CLOUDS IN BALKANS AGAIN WELL KNOWN HERE Drives Own Car to Town For Doctor After Injury Summoned 1o I In? bedside of her husband, r, <). Milliard, who ac- cidentally shot himself two days ago, wiillo (-leaning 11 i; ;;iin. Mrs Milliard lel'i Borger lliis afternoon for Anuuillo. where she will catch a train for Roswell, N. M. where Mr. Diliiard is in a hospital. From reports reaching Borger Mr Diliiard. a driller, was oil lo- cation 40 miles in the country and alter wounding himself drove hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 October 1927

rax." s. H xr.' ran CADF1EX.U . F«r Week . 20c BY XOTICB ; • OUT OUR WAY By Williams Harding Memorial Takes Shape 1 r9 J \eT A MOLD £/ Pair o" vooR Dock's D 0 WOO M e £ EE? Back1 '.nto -TfA' CELLAR VNVTW THEM! Tnumn MFAWT, lB«. u^r/ MA—3\ST A NOLO PAtR VME. FOOMD MOMG^T ~1\A RAG'S* • "T*-<EV MAv(E oamov BAGS—TUEV STRETCH SO- vsje'^E \SS GOM>4 -f TH' JUMV< WARD T' SELL THESE RAGS *"b ALL. IA41L • 3.0ft 1 Construction ol the .$ SOU,000 memorial to President Warren Har- ding is well under "\vr.v with, the completion of the marble work. 1 ho structure is on the outskirts of Marion. O.. a few hundred yards lroni the. tomb where rest the bodies of President and Mrs. Hardin OITY Jy.-Ym •8.00 WANT Aft l"*6f {\v\W\y NA- * 1 Kl >***■' vjiroi V CT.R.V^iLLIAims «*«)$« WIHM IQ RCG U. S. PAT. OFT. GRAV A jiVj *V t * « W J*. NEA SERVICE:, INC. Watered as seeoud-class matter November 23, 1926. at the post of- fice at Borger, rexaa, under the act of Uarcb 3, 1897. <ii,: * ; : .• . .. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 October 1927

< a > <m # r MM ** yr MAUD 006HT \ po POR.TMAT Job; Sue's deap anp BLIND / t*h 6 is certainly a JOB R?f* JOB :• UPES PATHSTIC PWUgES - AIUMSCR 30,^51- <SRAS«S CUTTBR AT BOLLINC. FIELD TRYING TO 'HOUP DOWN HIS JOB, THE^RA«3S ANP THB MULES- vJ^NtE-O am air?laW e.R0K6 MULfc/ the grass cutting equipment, jdve warning to aviators. Rut the tri- bulations of the mowing machine pilots are not so easily reduced. If so inclined, ther is an opportunity to develop a philosophy of perfect patience. Whatever their inclination, they must at least put into practice the credo of such a philosophy. Afer braving the perils of flying propel- lers to cut the grass, they must remove it from the turf. Just as the farmer rakes his hay, they gather the shorn grass into wind- rows. But frequently at Boiling Field, these windrows, which might be poetic in a less modern enviorn- ment, are in the path of an air- plane, taking off or alighting, with the p; i.puller creating a small but extremely vigo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 October 1927

y \ ' 1 ■ :■? ' t ■ '''>r ' v." . •' \! # -v • f*ctr / * ' The Public Should Read This Page Very Carefully and See the Many Benefits to be Derived From Spending Your Money at Home. READ CLOSELY the story of the concern that appears on this page each Monday. You will un- doubtedly see that there are institutions in Borger handling just the things you need and at the cheapest of price plus a service that no out of town institution can possibly give. Spend your money in Borger and ge it back in the form of Good Streets, Sewer Systems and Modern Convenien- ces.—A story and history of 20 of Borger's leading and most progressive business firms will appear on this page- ONE EACH MONDAY—READ EACH ONE ■ •• k ■ V'- • V- Witt*n n - % ■ ■ ' v V : ".-i' _ '; v '• H - :>i ' •' • i' f. ' ; •"< NYAL DRUG IS BOOSTING FASHION SHOW Also Handles Eastman Kodak; 24 Hour Service on Developing LOTS OF BOOKS All Sorts of Reading Matter Is Available at Drug Store Aval Drug St the fashion sliov Hex T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 October 1927

V y <• it MONDAY, october 10; 1927. THE RORC.ER DAILY HERALD ?AGI Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per inseQtiort, three insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. retury-trea«urer or the Inter-State ] of working I'nriB, a colorful crowd Fair and In 1I10 year round execti- wearing red iw/. b. tJvf 01 the organization. Motility Haffid, former oultan of Glrla' and hoys' cjnh work is he)' Morocco, (h<; Pasha of Mttrrakecli hobby. The work, Bhe believes, will event 11 ally become the major feature of cevry fair and exposition in the country. BETROTHED LEGAL NOTICES 3 All I'ARIK JIOH AM.MKIKYVS HO.VtHi THi; i'ROI'HKT iso.m MiiKii: ism-j .\. i«\ & a. sr. Stated meetiiiKH first and third I'humluyK. Work in degreeK as follows: Master, Friday, Oct. 7 tit. 10. A. Saturday, Oct. 8tli.. ("". ('. Monday, Oct. 1011(. fc. A. Tuesday, Oct. 11th! MaHter, Wednesday, Oct. 12Ui. DeRinnlnK at 3:00 p. m. Re- fretthnients. f. c. Friday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 October 1927

kND RAIL TERMINAL SECOND TALLESf TOWER hh CLEVELAND VP) ~ Cleveland'* ijoked-about union station, with its croaking woudea floors and dingy waiting room, reminiscent o£ a small town terminal, will soon be U thing ol' the past. In its stead is rising the second tallest tower building in the world a railroad terminal that will cost more than $30,000,000, which' has been nearly six years in construction and which rivals in scope and beau- ty the great stations of, the world. The srtucture abuts en Clove- /und'o public square. It is a project f O. P. and M. .1. Sweringen, who proposed the erection of a new union station to the N':v York Cen- tral and Baltimore and Ohio rail- roads after they acquired the Nick- el Plate and Erie roads. The building proper is Hearing completion. Yards, pltaforms, ap- proaches and train sheds are yet to be constructed and engineers es- timate that trains will be running ino the new terminal abou 1930. The sation tower is 708 feet high, exceeded only by the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 October 1927

Phone 13 AM, DEPARTMENTS <\ VO L.l— NO. 275. ASSOCIATED PRESS EORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS f ROTH ELDER READY TO GO H* *Y* *Y* * * * * * * * ^ ^ ^ # ^ ^ * * * y ^ ^ ^ -V. ^ ^ >{• H9 H* 'f* * * * H. D. WADE PRAISES BORGER PROGRESS * * # * * * * * * * * # * # * * * # * # * * # * * * # ¥ ^ ^ ^ •'i*' .V- "V" ^ *f * * * DELAY FOILS BANDIT'S PLANS e- GRAY county sheriff hisses terrill'S TRAP Gang Was Waiting in Okmul- gee to Waylay Texans, is Thought AFTER EDWARDS Officer Was Due to Get Al- leged Pampa Robber at Time Outlaws Seen LONDON GIL SMASHES EDERLE'S RECORD FOR ENGLISH CHANNEL SWIM —o Unexpected delay in Pampa for Sheriff Graves of Gray county kept the sheriff from attack by Ray Ten-ill and ; gang of the new out- law ing's men, it was reported from Paijjpa today, and also save Owen Edwards, alleged Pampa hank robber, from being rescued by the bandits who are said to be his partners. This is what a telephone message from Pampa said today. It is be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 October 1927

ly Herald OUT OUR WAY •ft 101 lout* Uhln \ I D. MOKBX8- CAUriELD Managing Editor r~"v\ Entered as second-class matter November 23, 192fi, at the post of- Bce al Borger, Texas, under the act ot 'March t, 1397. Th« A «o<-laUii Preaa In exclualvcly nutil'oo tu the usu for republication ot all u«w dispatch' s credited it or uot ulberwio credited to this paver and alio the Iota) u«W« published herein. - " r - JCBSCklPTION KATES BY U Al I l AliVANOB —ONB YKAlt— t 6 B 1 **AB MO. MO. M(i «<«■! ( and Sua. |7.S0 4.ou l! 00 71k Kveuliig Only — 6.00 2 55 1.60 6u< Sunday Only —. 2.50 1.35 .70 B.O — CAKKIfiR IS CITY far Week ao« m 22 r'.JS «iv* 'V $*E$ "vi? 'r% •fX~f r~:'$ ■ 1 I It? Mouth 70c Jy Y 18.00 Good goS -\ • Bv -TW i"iME "TH\S F-AMiuY GrfS AMUFF. < GoT SOME PAfRotTSM x won't have any left ~ HAW -r'TAV<E THE BOR< )AILY tALD ? TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1927 By Williams Tr~v^ rtt- All unsolicited articles, iuHuu8criptf, let ters and pictures went to The Herald ar • lent at tiwu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 October 1927

:-5hi J • t I I ! ! V m 9 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 192?. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD KIIMESS TEACHER FN JAILED WOMEN Spaniards Take Care of Their Feminine Prisoners Properly THEY ARE PAID Make as High as $3 Per' Day in Workshops of Prisons LABOR LEADERS GET TOGETHER \ MADRID, Spain (IP)—Women criminals are not numerous in Spain, and when they do commit crimes they are looked after by the authorities almost parentally. The women's prison for those convicted in Madrid is a specious institution under the direction of men. but the actual guardianship of the prisoners is confided to nuns. They guide their charges with gen- tleness, I) u t are strong disciplina lians when necessary. A large percentagle of those con- victed of robbery are the servant girls frob outlying country vil- lages. Others have been convicted for crimes of violence against hus- bands and numerous unmarried women for infanticide. Everything is done in the wo men's jail to recall the inmates back to honest ways. Work is pro- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 October 1927

Tuesday,,October U, 1927 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD — ItDHKN-Wll) IXYAHJBN LABOR one hour. Residen By Taylor •/ !T v<£u.-yoo BOTH LOOK AS TXOUfaH YOU HMD M auou TiMe ■we'Rt JUST GETTlNa HO«e DOT —THOUGHT we'd stop mo GfeT flMV OH-BoV: I'M 50 Gt-ftD you're e-nck— X COOLD HARDLY . WAIT—GEE-.tT V. <?££M£D LIKE: v YEAf?S w VEAPi SN&LL- HOWS POPS UTTLE HONEY BUNCH ? MOM SO YOUR£ SCAO ro see POP, en ? WELL- V/6LC REMEMBER THE NICE PPE5ENT I PROMISED To BRING voj>? yes-SHE. KEPT ASKING ME ABoor fifty TIMES A 15AT WHEN YOU'D Be home ATS' WHAT MADE SO AfJSlOOS S PAT. OFF. VLOtt Ol 927 BY NEA "ERUICE. INC. YAQUI JOE IS INDIAN WITH SIRRING PAST Used to Be a Protege Famous Japanese, Matsuda of HE'S A RUNNER | Fifty Mile Sprint Part of History of Wrestler Here Thursday Yaqui Joe besides being' one of Americas leading wrestlers, lias a very interesting history back of him. Ya(|iii is a protege of Mat- ty aMtsuila. it \v;>i while Matty was on one of hi" wrestling tours throughout old ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 October 1927

TUESDAY, CH'T.OBEK 11. 1927 THE KORqEE DAIEY HERALD PAGE JKIVE -y been but few summers in which .1; least 100 pei-Koux <1ld not end their .lives by leaping over the rails. Now, ' however, two policemen are on teen gathering knowledge of value: \r _f.IW,l,v Cp.|„ Piinds to 111.' American ljunlness man. . fwntUCKy jeCKS * lulQi "In the iniere.it of efficiency ijf tropical posts," one consul writes For National Park LEGAL NOTICES Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results HATES: Two cents per word per bisection, three insertions for five cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. jguard duly day and night and no I to a colleague, "officers should t?el | one is permitted to approach tbe|and keep a scorpion or two. I Idaneogrurf brink- | was — — ' | first 1 - f „ . 1 No. 2 anti-typhoid Thereafter I| Scorpion S oting !\vas lined with such energy I cleaned up everything in sight Proves Stimulant Ko. 24C—45 caOMtemlrt limn. AN ORDINANCE SUBWITTXKO T1 — QUESTION or THE ADOPTIOIf ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 October 1927

. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ESS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1927. GET "SCOOP" BY ORGANIZING Texas Woman Bankers First to Form Mutual Association DATE WAS 1912 Got Edge on Feminine Cash Handlers of Universe is Claim CHOSEN AS MODERN GIBSON GIRL HOUSTON Oot. 11. (/P)—Texas women bankers scored a beat on the universe when they formed at San Antonio, May 8, 1912, the world's first woman's banker's as- sociation, according to Miss Emms Leah Myer, Houston woman bank- er and hostess to the fifth national convention of the National Associa- tion of Bank Women, which is to meet in Houston October 22S in conjunction with the convention of the American Bankers' Association. And one of the outstanding an- gles of her search into bank women history is that Mrs. Lena Riddle Steck, of Austin, then Miss Lena Lena Riddle, head of her own firm, M. L. Riddle and Company, bank- ers, agents, Austin, and just prior thereto head of the banking de- partment of the Texas State Depart- ment of Insurance and Banking u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 October 1927

•MM WHY NOT BUY IT, IN RORGER OFFICIAL. PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS ■. m Phone 13 AJUi DEI'AIITMENT8 VOL. 1—NO. 276. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1927 PRICE FIVE CENTS MAY HALT PAVIIG WORK * * * * * * # .y- * .y. .v. .y. .y. .y. y. # y. * * tf * * * * * y- y- y. >{. H- H- * * * * * * GIRL WINGING WAY OVER OCEAN * CLEAR SKIES GREET FLIGHT OF MISS ELDER No Word Since Steamer Sighted Plane 400 Miles Out ANOTHER IS SET Mrs. Frances Grayson Plans to Kop For Copenhagen Today NEW YORK, Oct. 12 (/Pi Well on their way to Paris, if uo unre- ported mishap had befallen them, Ruth Elder and George Haldeman were flying through sunny skies today over ocean waters never yet crossed by a woman. The Florida aviatrix and her co pilot took off from Roosevelt Field yesterday and were sighted last night by the steamer American Banker. After that the night passed and the morning with no further word of their progress- The steamer said the weather was clear and favc •- in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 October 1927

m ■ Wft rger Daily Herald •t 108 Bontk Ukln Bo. nary Evtnlni Except BaturCi •undty Morning, fc By Williams borger daily OUT OUR WAY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1927. GETS — JOB 1,000 YE AKS OLD mi T. J>. HOREI8 - CAtnmsLYi ... . Manage Managing Edtto. Entered as sfKJond-elasB matte* November 23, 1926, at ihe post oi flee at Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1897. Tho Associated Press in exclusively entitle^ Co the use for republication of all uok* dispatches credited to it or not othervrii credited to this paper and also the loca tews published herein. SttBStfKIPTION RATES RT U'AII. t* ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— YKAB MO. MO ■▼•alng and Sua. $7.o0 $4.00 $2.00 ■▼ening Only 5.00 2.85 1.60 ionday Only .__.^2.50 1.35 .70 lfo 70f 61. 8C BY CARRIER IN CITY P«* Week Per Month Jy V >n 20e 70c $800 All unsolicited articles, manuscript?, It" ters and pictures sent to The Herald ar sent at owners risk, and the publishers ♦ pressly repudiates any liability or ruspons> bility for their safe cu...

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