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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 October 1927

Thursday, october 20, 1027. the borger daily herald page three READY! AIM! FIRE! AND GENERAL QUIJANO IS DEAD t*™ Si lb yy-y#jh&'7' |MC W - v.'"-' ■>''*■• y?*- "A *>' ■ D.W TO Tl KKI V 'I'ltOT HKADY—(Jovernor and Mrs. Dan I Moody have been asked tu attend llrady's animal Turkey Trot to be held here November 11. West Tex- as Chamber of Commerce officials ] have also been invited to partici- pate in the event which will be climaxed wtli an elaborate banquet j in the evening. LAW GETS LAWYER THE RED BALL STAGE LINE Has Returned to Burger Schedules will appear in this paper daily. "Travel by Bus and Save Time" RED BALL is operating under a permanent permit issued by the R. R. Commission. Good connections to all points west, south and east. An me of extraordinary photograph of the execution of federal infantry- n in Mexico City ot General Alfredo Hueda Q.iijano, commander the 2Gth Mexican regiment, which rebelled against the ('alien government. The camera snapped an instant befo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 October 1927

J I M £a | an Johnson WITH SOONER Vinttnt Knocks Local Boy Cold in Eighth Round of Boxing II Si WRESTLING, TOO Overflow Crowd at Theatre to See Borger and Ponca City Tie Up A big crowd last night saw Teeds ftdchnltnn n of Borger co sieven rounds with Bobby Vincent, t- %eight champion of Oklahoma, at the Coliseum. Vincent knocked the local man out in the seventh round but today he had nothing but praise for Eschelman. "He hasn't a yellow thread in lvim," Vincent said. Ih the boxing exhibition, the slum- bers in the first four round go were Ralph Shanks of the Prairie Pro- duction and Bob Conner, Prairie Transportation departments. These boys brought good laughs when they missed a few haymakers and became entangled in each others arms, and once or twice slipped to the canvas. They enjoyed it and laughed occasionally all through the fight themselves. Shanks won the decision. Frad Young met Mike Collins in the next go and the little dark haired Fred apparently had the best of the fight....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 October 1927

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD aily Herald Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. All WOMAN OIL OPERATOR Penguin Purse I i iso.m i.oix.i: A. V. At A. Utted meetings lirst Thursdays. Work iu degrees as Master, Friday, Oil. 10. A. Saturday, Oct. I'\,C. Monday. Oct. 1212 sr. and third follows: 7 tli. 8th. ldtli. K. A. Tuesday, Oct. 11th. Master. Wednesday, Oct. 12th. Beginning at I!:00 p. m. Re- fresh meats. F. C. Friday, Oct. 1 ttli. Visiting Masons Invited. ' t i(Jd Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. F. Hall 1-2 block wsst Frazer Hotel. BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue of 3*5 1-3 per cent. Pretty good investment, isn't it? How can you people who are reading the Herald anyway afford to pass tip Bargain Days? The paper costs you twenty...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 October 1927

i I n§t o=*tu,^4tw^y<.> 30, lf)fc7. ARE ADDED TO TEXASJUSEOM Greenland Tools Include Fish- ing Outfit* and Several Crude Spears OLD TEXAS STUFF Kitchen Utensils of Primitive Tribes Seen in State Collection 11 1 Aw! It's Just a Lot of Boloney! AUSTIN, Texas—A collection of Greenland relics collected by Jus. C Martin of Berkeley. California, while on a polar expedition with Commodore Robert E. Peary about 1925 has been presented to the anthropological museum of the University of Texas of which Prof. James E. Pearce, chairman of the anthropology department, is in charge. The relics were given to the University of Texas by Mr. Martin through his daughter, Mrs. F. J. Adams of Austin. Mr. Martin is at present preparator in the de- partment of entomology in the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. It was while a student in Cornell university that he accompanied Com. Peary's party to Greenland. Mr- Martin was a student of Pro- cessor Tarr, we^Wfifnown geo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER Phone 13 ALL DKI'AHTJtKNXa OFFICIAL. PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS lis 111 - lid i ITU l('l) lia l>n, lol- |)h Id In I. lis.- for I\v VOL. 1—NO. 284. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS BORGER MAN HES Of FULL * !{■ * * * H- # .V * -Y- -Y- H- * ¥ H- Y- -Y- * H- * q; * * * * ¥ * * * * * * * * * COUNTY BUYS PLEMONS BRIDGE * © City bridge highway in make two of the river, 'if the Pie- taken from the of road howl* $120,900 PAID FOR SPAN ON LOWER ROAD Old Crossing Between Borger and Stinnett Changes Hands TWO BRIDGES Electric. City Construction Will Be Completed ?s P.:r Contract STINNETT. Oct 21 (/Pi Coun- ty commissioners have bought the Plemons bridge over the Canadian river, 011 the lower road between Borger and Stinnett, paying $120,- 90 for it, it was anomincd here to- day. When the Electric on the main county completed, this will county owned crossing Funds for purchase nions bridge were $1,250,000 issue voted la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

mm« MMMfeN *AC5E TWO '1 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD DUMBBELLS PASSE IN CO-ED'S GYM 1 . • -...-•■■ J ■■HHi FRIDAY- y6CT0ftER 21, 1927. LAINS SEEN IN OLD FILES Panhandle Historical Society Gets Copies of Lynn County Hewj BLANK SHEETS When Editor's Wife Was Sick, the Paper Had to Get Out Half Empty CANYON—Two very valuable donations have been recently made to the Panhandle-Plains Histori- cal society. Miss M. Moss Rich- ardson ol' Canyon presents a copy of Lyman's Ilistoriael Chart, which purports to contain the promin- ent events o£ the civil, religious and literary history of the world. It was published it; 18?r>: it is in- teresting because of the array of mis-information which it contains and because it is typical of a large number of boogs through which people sought culture during the early period of the United States expansion after the depression which followed the Civil War. South l'lains History In \I'Wfi Files Frank P. Mill of :he Tahoka News was the donor of two vol- umes of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

T * c Y I) ♦ t w> (HICK WINS SONS OF GRID STARS OF CANADA Titenburg Shows, however, j That the Dominion Breeds Men ROUGH STUFF Big Boys Keep Audience at! Coliseum In An Uproar Borger fans were treated to a! mighty good show lan i■ i.. 111 vhen ! Hull Young and Hobby tiuudow . wrestled in the lead-off for a thirty minute melee without obtalnns a i fall. In the main go Big Herb Titen-I burg of Haskalehe- an Caiuul;.. J meeting Bobby Chick displayot j plainly that they make wrestlers j in Canada, althougli Hobby wo.i ! the match. Big Herb took the first fall in !l minutes, Bobby obtained I the second 11 I and third in 14 j min utes. Big Herb, recently coming from j Canada to the state soon showed' that i he high altitude was too j much for him. Despite the deci-j sion be plainly was one of the best boys to meet Bobby Chick on the] local mat. These big boys kepi ih" crowd! in an uproar and sometimes a frenzy. Rough sniff was not uu j usual, gouging, biting, kicking and hair pulling f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

I Pets of safety l y which has lor them, are made and little quickly backs. commended WHOSE BABY? ■ ■HH pt in use. ArlistH, gardeners and others who work in the open are also taking to the new device. er Mfafcwl st 101 Bontk M tau, «7«rjr Bvcnlug 1 oa Sunday Morning, 1>7 Bontk HUn Btrtot, Bor- Exctpt Saturday, SPEEDING At TO II I lilH.KS CAR To prove the strength of his automobile a Frenchman recently speeded it to 60 mileB an hour, drove up an incline and vaulted over another car- In the jump the car rose to a height of 10 feet. The landinn was made without mis- hap to motor, springs or olhei parts of the auto lull—WAr.REN FUBXJIHTO COMPANY, Ino I * 10 IS Managtr Managing Editor Adv. Manager f (ilitl, II \r !• IjIOS I'OMCH % % A series of mysterious burglar- ies baffled the police of Birmiug- Gov. Horton 1 m ff.nL. $ a % CLEVELAND ham, England, for aomo time. Chance revealed that the thieves were two schoolgirls, 13 years of ago, whose crimes had netted them about $300 in money'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

MAYFAIR GIRLS RIDE COWBOY STYLE PARACHUTIST \) V Corpus Christi Will Open New Ship Line CORPUS rimiSTl. Texas (ff)— Am a result of llie large amount of coast-wise tonnage already handled through the port of Corpus Christi, the second fortnightly steamship service between the Atlantic sea- board and Corpus Christi will he inaugurated November 1st. accord- ing to informa^on that has been received by L. Boyd, director of the port. Operation of vessels of this new service which will have Baltimore and Corpus Christi as its terminals, of the Baltimore and California Steamship Co., which is said to be one of I he oldest in the United States. This ^vill be the lirst time that this company lias ever opera- ed in Texas ports. Outbound cargo from Baltimore will bi' accepted for Lake Charles and Corpus Christ i and north bound tonnage from Corpus Christi v ill lie taken from Charleston, Wil- mington and Baltimore- freight will bi> discharged of lifted from all the areas tributary to these d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

MASTER OF THE DROP-KICK ■P122B no * j^L kW. MAY REVISE CURRICULUM TEXASSCHOOL Teachers Association at Foi*t Worth To Take Up Proposal MEET NEXT MONTH Educators Expect to Take Positive Action on Changes FORT WORTH, Texas Oct. 21 (>P)—Proposed revision in the cur- riculum of t lie public schools of Texas probably will occupy the cen- ter of the stage when discussion begins at the annual convention of the Texas State Teachers' associa- tion at Houston, November 24 to 2fi. Although the need of revision in tlie high schools as well as the low- er grade courses of study has been mentioned at former conven- tions, public educators of Texas have given the problem increasing j attention this year, and officials of the organization believe the Houston convention may take some positive action. At a meeting of the executive board of the association here re- jcently- and the board is the legis- lative body of the organization in which most important matters are threshed out- a sub-committee w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

w ll 1 + + * S i FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1927. w THE BOROER DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Daily Herald Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. All PHOEBE BUILDS APARTMENT NEST WWWV'WWWWWWWWWWWVWWMWrt'.'-WWWWWWWtWWWIWmStWWWW I SUM I.OIK.l: I1MU A. F. Jt A. M. Stated meetings lirst and third jfchursdays. Work in decrees as follows: Master, Friday, Ort. 7 th. B. A. Saturday. Oct. Sill. K. C. Monday. Oct. 10th. B. A. Tuesday, Oct, llrli. Master, Wednesday, Oil. 12tli. Beginning at 3:0(1 p. m. Ru- freshnienls. l<\ C. Friday, Oct. Mill. Visiting Masons invited. 1 : rat o ; per Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday Y night at 8:30 at I. O. O. F. Hall 1-2 block wsst Frazer IZotel. BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of inc Herald bargain day you can make six dollars earn a revenue of 1-.' cent. Pretty good investment, isn't it? How can you people who are reading the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 October 1927

i nr. nuftuan UMIAU 1 (Continued from Paf?o 1) for a man who wont into It intelli- gently 011 a hip scale. He soon came to be regarded aa the largest operator in the coun- try. Setting up dummy drug con- tents to yet! his withdrawals of liquor from warehouses, he em- ployed 3,000 persons, and he testi- fied at a subsequent trial that dur- ing his career he bought and sold Home 3,000.000 gallons of whisky. He paid $20,000,000, he said, for plants and whisky, spent $20,000,- 000 more corrupting officials, and made sales which grosfjfd $75,000,- 000. Income tax officials provrf that in the summer of 1921 he de- posited $2,700,000 in one Cincin- nati bank alone. Finally he was convicted and sentenced to the Atlanta prison, after spending $1,500,onu In his defense. He estimated his wealth at $5.- 000,000 onthe day he went to At- lanta in a private car to serve his sentence. Of this he put $1,000,000 in his wife's hands and "salted away" the rest, some with friends whom he later charged w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

W0* WHY NOT BUY IT IN RORGER I WW I 1 I W 11 li —M«M Phone 13 ALL DEPARTMENTS \ > OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF IIOIIGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 285. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 BOY HOD AFTER TRAGEDY ¥ * * :{■ H- -Y* .y. :{. 4.^41 * * V * * * y. y. .y. y. ,y. .y. y. y. y. y ¥ V # * * * * * ¥ V ¥ r \ * CITY CONSIDERS PAVING WORK CURB TO CURB HARD-SURFACE PLANS ADVANCE Pace, Corn and Higgins Con- fer With Pierson Com- pany Officials PRICE NOT SET Contract in Immediate Pros- pect, City Officials Declare A paved Main street from curb to curb, smiles as a probability for Borger. according to Commis- sioner W. E. Corn, who with officials of tho Pierson Construction com- pany, .Mayor Glenn Pace and Com- missioner J. 10. Higgins, scrutinized figures in the proposal behind dot- ed doors for several hours Satur- day. Commissioner Corn said a fixed price had not yet been definitely settled, but the construction com- pany had made a very fair price a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

m, . • • ' *•'►* J PAGE TWO fci#>'•* •«"■ ■ THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, C)(/T(IBER 23, 1927. — The Borger Daily Herald Published at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Texas, every Evening Except Saturday and ou Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARREN PUBLISHING CO., Inc. DOING OUR AUTUMN MOVING i NEAL D. NOURIS - Manager | T. K. CA'UFIELD Managing Editor j Ehtered as Fecond-elass matter November 23, 192C, at the post-office I *t Borger, Texas, under the act of March U, 1SD7. J. Tho Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited tejjit or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN A DVANCE 1 year 8 mo. 3 mo. mo.' 70c; GOc i ,30c | Evening and 3unday J7.G0 $4.00 $2.00 Evening only 5.00 2.S:> 1.60 Sunday Ouiy __ 2.50 1.K6 .Tit BY CARRIER IN CITY | Per Week Per Month By Year; 0c _ 70c $8.00 j AH unsolicited articles, manuscripts, lotte's and pictures sent to The; Herald ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

NDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1927 I <vr> * ' 4 \ 5. s 1 THE BORGER" DAILY HER A CD W PAGE THRBfl V IScovet the hidden words in these Ads and win FlZe HERE ARE THE RULES! In the squares on this page are eleven letters. I hey may be combined to form a series of three words, represent'ng what Columbus saw through his telescope one memorable October day. After you have combined the eleven letters into words, send in your answer to the contest editor of this paper w'th a letter of fifty to a hundred words telling why you t[?ink you are right. Prizes will be awarded accord'ng to the accuracy of the answer plus the merit of accompany- ing letter. FIRST PRIZE $5 SECOND PRIZE___$3 THIRD PRIZE_ $1 Reliable Drugs! Whether it's selling your child an ice cream cone or filling a rush prescription, the service at Central Drug Store leaves nothing to be desired. Take her home a fresh box of Schrafft's candy. CENTRAL DRUG STORE Across street from Isom Christian Church Where Spots Vanish! Why wear a soile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

."«r? ' ' '/"!r '-■ W5.:. J," .; Vf* ■ ' • +&>■. IS? $$ , *«• <r- «#«, y '«>:-.- ■•■ . .v.' n :<-■/ ■ft tag1 "ir THE BORGER DAILY HERALD I ARE iftCK; MOOSE IS EN ROUTE Borger ite Gets Lost in Woods of Far North When Com- pas "Goes Crazy" STARTLING YARNS CmiDM SEES BUSINESS ON COMMMDEtS SET RECORDS INCREASE HERE FOR ROADSTERS UNTROIOETS GOOD BOUTS FOR LEGION u Sales of Graham Bothers Two Studebaker Cars On At- j Bobby Vincent, Who Knocked White, McGill, Sharpe and Cobb Have Cold Time on Hunting Expedition The Canadian ninirods have re- turned with startling stories of the far North region where men are men and women squaws. W. ',11. White. J. rt. Med ill. R. E. Sharpe and Dr. D. 11. Cobb, fopr Borgeiites who journeyed into the far North iu search of big game. Have fll Jrel urncd to Borger except Dr Cobb, who is visiting in New Trucks Make Dealer Optimistic' BIG MONTH Says October Has Already Broken His Sales lantic Speedawy Break All Marks HARTZ DRIVES ! Records Rutte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

' SUNDAY, OCTOBKR 2:5. 1927. THE BORGER DAILY MKKALD PA6E FlVfc > Daily Herald Classified Ads Use liorger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results a—.— RATES: Two cents per word per insecti^n, three insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. ▼ All STORMS MAKE JUNGLE LIFE HARD 4 1'HD. r=ft s ISOM LOIMiE I'JJ u \ I. «V A. M Stated meetings iirsl and third Thursdays. Work in itcuiws as follows: ftiaster, Fiidity, Oil. "Hi. E. A. Saturday, Oct. sili. P. Monday, Oct. lmh. E. A. Tuesday. Oct. li th. Master, Wednesday, (li t. 12th. Beginning at ;i:00 p. in. Re- freshments. P. C. Friday. Oct. Hill. Visiting Masons invited. Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8::S0 at I. O. O IP. Hail 1-2 block wsai Frazer Hotel. BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By takinjr advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you ciin make six dollars earn a revenue of .">•> 1-3 per cent.- Pretty good investment, isn't it? How can you people who are reading the Herald anyway afford to pass up Bargain ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

I J Mrs. Floyd Ward Jh Bridge Hostess Mrs. Floyd Ward entertained the Laff-a-Lot bridge club with a Hal- loween party Thursday nafternoon. Black cats and witches predomin- ated in the decoration scheme. Black and yellow were tthe colors which ruled the table decorations. Mrs- William Heskew was high in bridge score. Mrs. W. (). Bartle second. A delicious salad course was ser- ved. with noval Halloween plate favors, to the following guests: Mrs. F. B. Bartle. Mrs. L. Smoot, Mrs. G. Dunsten, Mrs. Mab- le Corey, Mrs. Clvde Neill. Mrs. William Heskew, Mrs. 13. C. In- mell. and Mrs. W. O. Bartle. The club will meet next Thurs- day with Mrs. F. B. Bartle. At Last— BEAU GESTE "The Road-Show Photo- Play" RIG Wednesday and Thursday Calls Sunday Class "Hot One" Members of the Presbyterian church adult Sunday school were characterized as the "hottest bunch in town" with one or the best Sunday school teachers in Burger, .1 K. Disch, by Mrs. W. II. Rogers, member of the class. At the present tim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

' ft 3* WHY NOT BUY IT IN RORGER OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITI OF BORGEK, TEXAS Phone 13 AXL DEPARTMENTS VOL. 1—NO. 285. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGEK, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS m « o International Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn DODGES AREN'T TRYING TO DODGE ONE ANOTHER International Sunday School Lesson tor October 23, 1927. General Topic: The Call of the Prophet. Scripture Lesson:— 1 Kings 19:19, 20; Amos 7:14. 15; Isaiah 6:1-8. 1 Kings 19:19. So he departed thence, and found Elisha the son of Shaphat, who was plowing, with twelve yoke of oxen before him, and he with the twelfth: and Elijah pass- ed over unto him, and cast his mantle upon him. 20. And he left the oxen, and ran after Elijah and said, Let me, I pray thee, kiss my father and my mother, and then I will follow thee. And he said unto him, Go back again; for what have 1 done to thee? Amos 7:14. Then answered Amos, and said to Amaziah, I was no prophet, neither was I a prophet's son; but I wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1927. ■MJNDAY, OC I FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser SIZE IS WHAT COUNTS WITH OSCAR! LOOK VWWAT X BOOSMT K 'SAJ\C& - 7U FOC FR&CKL&S BlETADAV ) FOQMTAIM PEM PRESENT® DID VOq Xl. 60T FOR. AIM'U- cwpj sfestsucn J~\ FIT IN IT 7OO,\wonT A Nice PENCIL. ) ) IT? MOE C&E7AINLY Box !• ^60T BIG PRESENTS — «££s«Z FOR AIM, UAM&NT IS 7AAT WAT T VOO RE SOINS TO 6NE FRECKLES FOR MIS BIR7ADAV? vwE 6oT NICE 816 PRESENTS, AAJEN'T VWE AtEM? BkSSER'M 7 AAiY OP 7U.& --107AER ,. \ KIDS'UL ■ iiA^E! OA, ITA)M7T AUA-! LOOK. VxiAEN IT'S" SPREAD our TAOU6M ■'! OA, BU7 LOOH --X AA/OKY' AoH° V-JMAT Z AAMc FOR ) sucA A PIN^Y AJM = A N1ICS 7A)K>6 AS MAMW J/ 774AT??^AAr \i— —7* / *—/"AIN'T A BIS PRESENT AT ALL! "POOR KID!" SAYS MRS. SCOTT 4"%' tl; ... Dr. McMurray Weds Miss Jack of Dallas Dr. UougliSs McMurray, promin- ent young dentist of Horner has followed the lead of Or. Louis; l'\ Dodd, and proceeded to Dallas llii.s week to bring Homo ...

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