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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 April 1927

'11 l" OFFICIAL FÜBlilCATIOlf, CITY OF JBORGBR, TEXAS VOL l.-*-No. 116. ■t.i > ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1927. ■. DRIVE IS PLANNED FOR BORGER BMARTttiUWORDOO h v 3 BORGER CITY ATTORNEY HAS RESIGNED CRABTREE TO MS III GRAIB JURY nOMMS Appointed Assistant District Attorney, To Help Douglas. GARY SUCCEEDS Arnold Fleig's Partner Takes Municipal Post. Couldn't We Have Done This Ourselves? Wiley Crabtree, city attorney for Borger in the first administration, resigned his position last night and has accepted a position as assistant district attorney in charge of grand jury investigations. Thin announcement was made lasl night by city officials following Crabtree's resignation and his im- imediate appointment as assistant to District Attorney Douglas. Mr. Crabtree left for Stinnett this tnorhing to act as assistant to Douglass before the grand jury. V. S. Gary, partner to Arnold T. Fleig in the law firm of Gary and Floig, has been named city attor- ne...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 April 1927

I n ! WBipJ* \w tfitt, , REG. U. 8. PAT. opr "Ti-\E HOME <S*Ttf&Tcm. ei 2T BY HtA SERVICE. INC. 5E EM -vv i' l ? mi Ev'•••>. '> '-«Mr n I', . Qnrte Oustin kJ C1927 /v KA SpmcplT * ' ■THIS KAS HAPPENED Bills Wells, pretty, impudent, anf. head of the glove department of the' big Curtis Store, hurries to the audi- torium in answer to a summons from old T. Q. Curtis issued to all women "*"* employes. Just prior to closing time, Billy has had a private session with the ■m. old man. He has asked her about mm his son, Clay Curtis, who has disin- • herited himself and found a room in *2" her home in the poorer section of the city, because he wants to work —>- up from the bottom of the ladder as "**■ his father >ias done. Clay, a student \ ' of music and ambitious to become a composer, and Billy, who longs to be a concert violinst, have found much pleasure in each other's company. In the siore auditorium, 01(1 T. Q. tells the girls he wants them to answer a questionaire he...

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

*• mm M: ■ ,^-y o i® ■M| pa «aoavtf i«-" " t ' • " : %■ / i > •< «riv fiiPPf H THE BORGER DAILY HERALD MHPM 0 spectators. Leaders Will Meet in f. Worth April 11 About ■ ^AH-Texafc Special. CORSICANA, April 7.—Looking forward to arrangements ot definite plane on a scale in keeping with the scope vand purpose ot the purposed All-Texas Special tour of Northern and' Eastern centers of Industry, . conference of representative business leaders from all sections of Texas is called'for Fort Worth on April 11. Since tlte initial invitation that citizens of the state consider such a tour, extended by the Texas Daily Press League, embodying some sixty- fivo Texas daily newspapers, the pro- posal within a few weéks has elicited the hearty approval of leading citiz- ens from every section and every principal town of the state. As a guiding groTJp of counselors, whose judgment would be counted upon to plan an educational tour ot' this magnitude, men of varied inter- ests, attainments and ma...

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

EE« MMKHBBMBBHBBBIÍSm ••.. i ■ ' .¿s ■.,', S.Í.V' : . Xr M'n'f miiiniii' Mw>ii p wq i>i iwwi|iiii i i m ii tot; 1 uto 'tfcj Ml M ■'#*3R3rff in** tta «4* rS"r ■H, LT BBRAtD I,.it • •fit m frit iTAKOt -©*!* Mi*-' ■-,-A "..^.'.-r .. .. • •*- #.. m+. m «i. ÍM 'M lit tM l « j 0^-™....^ « 13 • . ! ■ f i. « U roi'.iiL. ¿¿¿tjuápa ¿ sones .TO w About itation? 21 Wl , # Now that the election is; ov- er, vAiid even while the excite- ment is under way of clean- ' from the town the law- less element, The Herald „ tes attain tó remind " the ¿íty: administration that action 7 itfutt be taken, and at once, ib' retiéve the insanitary coii- . Z ditlon■> of .Borger. Cess pools m be nAade to conform-to' Elation , surface; t o i l e t a ifitft be made aanitaiy, the Imble conditions Which make tips of poison out of er's alleys, /and threaten M to the population with first hot vpeather, must b« -atéd at one«¿ —o*-—■' . not •*- th t Seere- '«■(f^atiou. 1* ru- ihrt the Wnaar- hl*gt<Hi ii ■ «U* '...

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

THE $ / lUt*: .Two cents Mr word , per «Mb la .Mngca. rr - • rilfe cents ser word. All want ads are POR «ALE '.•>■ a... ek bu Crane Hotel, |wc ¿1:?.:' 10 ¡M room bouse, réa !*10 Hiri« OAIL . Jio- would t ISOM Twr„^Tf,_ I South Borgar (i Lot* 60 hj 140 lit vi \ Pricei, 1100 to #850—Ttrmt I£OM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Hender ton, Mgra. Phone ISO e=df FOR SALE—Oooks Caí aero tha «Wj (rom Marland camp muubor on«. .Will t«he n r on tcade. . ,113-tW- / / fuil HALE—Tailor «hop and leaaaon t n- .'room .&oit a.i.n connection fit PhilllJ , Hhep ilolur. y>oMierfu! buaiue&a and íoom ruB. li^ul ' proposition for ttlaffted Btttb. Olhir Luterests reason proposition la offered. fife® B. I'aah at Phillip or Powara at BtaU- llS-Stp. p U.C W.'it'a. \ BJUY IN BORGER-—A proven field. B#*t bargains iu (tie uil world, choice lots ana hbUses. Buy before you wUb you tod*. Good busiuess lodtious for rent. Bee HOW* ^rd^Realty Co., Hotel Pennsylvania. JWtp 9 I FOR SALE—Two-room house. eheap. WW po...

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

TOURI TRAINI rtINC NINC CAMPS Also, as man- i New York Yankees the > has been taboo among hts i athletes. Baseball lias always been, still is, Miller's first love as far as sports are concerned. Golf has nothing in w common with the national pastime . **lth him. The lían is still 011 golf as far as ^ the players are concerned, despite T the fact that the midget manager of the Yanks is now a continued — golf hug. He was bitten badly dur- ing the past winter. At that. Muggins is consistent in >;is demands. Since he refuses to "*■ let his players indulge, lie himself " has also passed up trying to hit . the elusive pill until next fall. On an olí day during the regular srason. Muggins may break over and play IS or more lióles, but only . on such occasions, which are rather > rare. * • No Smarter Man in Baseball HUUG1XS spends his winters In St. Petersburg, Fia. He in- - vited me to play with him in his filial appearance ot the spring, it 1 being the day prior to the start of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 April 1927

■ v ' !?pj • ■ '* \:vi " •*" TEXAS WEATHER West Texas: Tonight and Satur- day cloudy, local showers except In touthweat. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITE OF BORGER, TEXAS ■. Phone 1 ALL DEPARTMENTS -NO. 117. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1927. PRICE So LA WLESS LEA VING BORGER FOR OTHER CITIES BORGER ON PROBATION " *gfi>U W0- Wñ ¡A -i 1 < IV. S I í ,k \ ¥ v I < ♦ m INDICT WALKERS AND BAILEY TWO KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK IN KANSAS fatal crash follows as cars derail Train Crew Dies, Passengers Are Hurt, in Katy Accident. FLOODS BLAMED Washouts On Track Bring Death and Injuries Near Parsons. , J'ARSONS, Kan., April 8—(AP) —Two persona were killed and 18 Were Injured, two seriously, in (lie two Mlssouri-Kansas-Texas passenger train wrecks north of here early to- day. None of the passengers on southbound train number 21 were seriously injured. TVnnjglty List The dew: K. L. Phillips, Parsons, engineer of t.ain number 22 (north- bound. Dave Ball. Parsons, fire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 April 1927

,|¡ i. ■M ■ ti i '& ■—■il l ' I ' ' T iMÉ| yr tóf'V | ' PP -i'' ' austin w HAS HAl'l'KXK Billy "Wellfe, pretty head of the gjjjv.e Sépartraént of the T.' Q. Curtí Store, IK)res "over a questionalre boards with us, told me to say 1 wanted to t.ako a complete business course and be private secretary to a n big business man. like Mr- Curtis. which "the old man" ha Riveu his, Beli.eve me, M,lss Doran is the o?"'!?'' women employes to answer. j i al soft-soap artist. Every answei Helping her in this task are hoi in m>; list pats okiT, Q. on^h,, motilar and Clay Curtis, son of the department store owner. Clay, be- f HP •* y ** 4 * í * V cause he wants to earn his own way, has left his home and taken a room Wltli the Wells famjiy In the poorer section of the town. There is already an unpleasant amount of store sos- ai MM Curtis, his affair dowji when she learnt he will be dis- inherited il' he marries her. He is working in a factory to earn his liv- ing and devoting his evenings to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 April 1927

? f. * n p f: i i >'■• ■ ii&JR • ffi '■ ■ '•■. ■ ', - mmmsv, U..JID—i*wra •rw < % -• V«. >AY,APRIL 8, 1927. ... -r. THE BORGBR DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Boy Confesses Burning Plane jzéÉí . " PHOENIX, Ariz., April 8.—(AC) —Confession of a yoiinf? boat man that he started the fire resulting in the destruction of Commander tie pinedo's seaplane, the Santa Maria, ^tilled echoes of an anti-fascist plot rumor as the Italian flyer today becatne the guest of American pi- lots for a flight to San Diego, Valif. Reiterating a statement shortly pfter. the plane burned at ltoo.se- velt Lake near here Wednesday, De Pindo said there could be no don Id that the fire was set accidentally. He said he accepted the confession of John Thomason, 17-year-old phoenix youth, that the boy drop- dep a match on the oil-covered Water as the plane was ready to off for San Diego, as -official explanation of the affair. Thomason, employed a.s a boat ténder at "Canyon Lake, Arizona, cóofagsed throwin gtl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 April 1927

L . w . .-'t? w' ■- ■ rn b\ !' - m' >•' ' v, : . (> , t __ , ■ . . — -*• iY HERALD ^ "* • ««m * > sejwss ' '■- ■ ' ■ • ..... - nn -•«ft'; ¡Mm —íV- míi ji 'vi'> ■'!„ s®>) SP® Published by NUMN-WARREN PI BUSHING COMPANY, Inc. ÍOBM LA ROS Jl«n ««r T. E. C'AUFiELD Manaeing Editor wr. and g$' \rf* Ufe f? tliiO |5|MP$§| *► tppltcatlon pending tor ■dmltUnee into the Unitad SUtel Mall t Borger, Tex* ■ Clan Matter. TM AMociatcd Pre !■ exclusively entitled to the uao (or republication of all newi dlipatchea credited to it or not otherwise credited in tbi* paper and aleo the local newt published herein. ■ UB^CHIFTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE Uk. —ON® YEAB— X t > 1 year mo. mo. mo. evening and 8undaT. t7.50 $4.00 2.00 70c Evening Only B OO 2.85 1.00 60c Sunday Only - 2.50 1.86 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per week ¿*er Month ao« 70c .70 80c B Year $ -00 Ail unsolicited «rtlo'ea. manuscript , let- tora anil picture Bent to The Herald are Mot at the owner rink, and the publisher «xpredttl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 April 1927

BK.H'TÍ l'.MiKH ELIMINATE! luud other lofty yeuks, CKAMPAtCN. Ul.; -TU'oíe will} rtWuiitáin ilimbíUK iu'K< la the ! hult of lil tUí'cosB uh a timall boy ? *> '■ "■ . ■ ■■■ .-Bf ■ >. mm* ■ «• ■ i -m¡ ■ THJE BORGEE DAILY HE , WxM OH BILLY EV NS SAYS; beautiful 'most Hard Losers in Baseball T LIKE hard losers in baseball I like t"> v. jn at ttJivtlilOK I at- tempt. so tlo my hall players: that is Hi ' leapim I wonder if It Isn't a Manager Jack Hendricks the Cincinnati Itcds is such au in ,dividual Early in spring training this year, 1 had intended having a chat iUtta: Tiro canta per word per Insertion; three inaertlon for five cents per word, cftah la advance All want ada are FOR SALE FOR SALE OR TRADE TO TRADE— Eights acre*. Logan county, Colorado. for good «-tii* or other property Hop or writ ' U. W. Small. care Phillips I'ah lev Plant. Border. 17-íJtii ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS In South Borger 3 Lots SO by 140 feat Price , |100 tu $350—Taruis ISOM TOWNfllTE CO. Smith and Heude...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 April 1927

ílHH :-¥w\'¥rmm ijMOM. oyen. .. .w- HOLDINGS AN1 MY HOU>IN«S IN THe MAftiC MOO CO SO mb FONNH THINGS HAVE S6CN HAPPENING .«T THE OfrtCC UftTCtY víhat in "ix world is YÍRON& Now? in xesTef HAD a CONFGRCNCE WtTH TVTE - I'm afraid There's some under- handed v(ork<ao<no on because i over- heard Tvre reu. TVltS MAN THAT i "wasn'T to know a thins a600t Hi <t« JrokalSi loads' oí chloridc < f Kmc for cliwi up week according to Artliar Snvattl, city plumbing inspector, \vlir> «t}* chert' to none in town. The lime must be luul before cleanup week, to disinfect surtacc ioiiets and otiier unsunitury places. Mi\ Savmd NU(<gestn that some business man order the lime from .V.niii'illo for sale iu «-tail lots during the week of April 18 to 34. i- viEix.ff.Tmrsv "the kind of pecpcf trie^ are, mrs tvtc needn't think. she can come ovea and be frien0u.v with ME - r can'T stand Two-faced peopce J % MOM ALWAVS -THERE'S SOMEONE AT THE DOOR/ ■we 5Awi voo "Folks \were ALONE-THPÜ&...

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

? > ' -\ d < -• S *"f rrf* •¿í s • .•'.tfr'jt Í jf '$ •• ' *:&' #' 'f- a*í ¡&\Ua\ ■ --jAik. '•¿■Í? ■it*' \ ' ■' 'iff .!J|^ 'jK. *_'«'• '"«s *' w. mi I (111 I *T ■ H 1- - AIA departments OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OP BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 1.—NO, 118. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1927 PRICE 5c =f=^ and Varied are the Fa brics for Spring She who would clothe herself in the realm of fashionable fabrics will not find much difficulty in selecting what wouuld be correct for Spring , because the fild from which she may choose iB wide and varied indeed. For early Spring wear, cashmeres, homespuns, tweeds, wools, crepes, reps, broadcloths and wool jersey are the most prominent among Ule wool 1'abricH. Basket Weaves Liked There is a very general demand among women everywhere for all the loose basket weaves. In these, mixed colors hold a strong position. For coats for afternoon and sports wear, velveteens in soft colors are in demand. Poplin in silk a...

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

atesta of Clay Curtis iwnev. Clay lias iincj js IÍQW; liv- fatafiy, workliiK Ly ana writing «llly believe that, íiia father of some ly heself wonders what " is 'up to." is disgusted when she hears •Is in the store discussing this to their (pestlonnair^s. Lomax lies to gain the old favor, saying her ambition is :otne a kindergarten teacher, everyone knows she hates children. Winnie Shelton says she wants to take a business course in order to become private secretary to a "big business man like Mr. Cur- tis," Billy's own ambition is to be a great concert violinist. Music is] the great bond between her and Clay Curtis. , . ~ When Clay Curtis learns that Stan- ley Powers, assistant credit manager of the store, who has been rushing Biijy, is invited to the Wells home tor supper the night, of the big cele- bration, he anuounces lie will not be present.. Billy is in a sulk? humor when she admits Powers that even- ing. NOW ÍJO ON AVITtf THK STOUY CHAPTfcR IX "Why aren'dlyou in "The Pageant ...

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

ppjiiiMI jfejfí yé&~%/&■'', „■. v; •: ¡, (HMpte i <: - -"WCgi ■ [ •• *"H ■ * .5 "'••;• ;;, v ' -f-M ■ ■> . #1 PSXMjJK < WIKKKKFL'HK TO SEE CARPKNTIEK FIGHT Mr MAN PAKIS.—One wife who will not "Ktttud by" her husband In his pro- fessional activities is Madame Oeor- to aee him fight the music-hall In Paris wli featured. Subscribe for the Borger £ BY* H.AltKY M. MORRISON Color, as in 110 seusón in the his- tory of the Clothing industry, primi- ses to be the greatest magnetic force In th<e"sale of Suits and Topcoats for Spring. When the • buxom Cadillac—the conservative, staid Cadillac—blos- somed''forth with "500 color eoinbi- natlo'ns" and registered new peaks of success, the day of color had ar- rived. When conservative, tradition-tied London-tailors present' lustrous ce- dar -w.oo'd or mixtures of old plum and' go(4>" the days of dull blacks, and dead -shades are gone! ¡ Color in Everything When color runs riot tn furniture, home furnishings and motor cari, in...

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

o'*V i ¿¡ ■'"*1 J ... '?■( •Sl> ,. :' ."J ,C¿¿L IB Hhh Main Street, Burger, Texas, every Kveuln^ Morning, by ay and on Sunday NUNN-WARRBN PUBLISHING CO. LA RUE- .I . Canfleld iu —Manager Managing Editor _ lication pending for admittance into the United States Mail at Bor- r. Tesas, aa Second Class Matter. Th© Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication Of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year G mo. 8 mo. Brentng and Sunday ' $7.50 Evening only 5.00 Sunday Only i 2.50 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Mouth 20c 70c $4.00 2.85 1.35 12.00 1.50 .70 mo. 70c 50c 30c By Year $8.00 mm All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters und pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- pudiates any liability or responsibility for Heir -afe custody or return. The utmost care will bo taken, however, i.- tee...

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

;YV,. U' V W-: fell••[} $| ;* m "/is ? P % Is I £■ 9 r < * f i ir Rafe : Two cents per word per insertion; three Insertion for five cents per word. All want ads are caah In advance. FOR SALE v 180M RESIDENCE LOT \ In South Borgor Lota SO by 140 feet. Prices, $100 to $350—Term ISOM TOWNHITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgra. Phone 120 n Btff nr BOKUiSK—K p royen Iieui. West bargains in the' «¡1 world/"choice lots «nil houses. Ruy before you wish you hud. Good business locations for rent. See How ard Realty Co., Hotel Pennsylvania. lOfltp NOT 10 K FOR SALE CIIEAP—uld Newspapers, good for wrapping purposes. Call at Borger Daily Herald office. 75-tf FOR SALE—Good tertf. Ifix28, with 200 feet of siding; prion $60. \V. ft. Logan, first door north of Borger Hotel. l(i-4tp. .'ANTED—Young man. single, willing to work. Must have soda fountain experi- ence. Palace Drug Store, Phillips. 18-Utc WANTED WANTED—Transportation to Northwest Kansas by innn and wife. Perfection Bak- ery, fourth «loor no...

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

Mff • ... *i., jia&:.¥S2i MAJ. GEN. CHARLES P SUMME.RALU N\AJ. GEN. «JAMES - : 6. HARBOR^ ' ¡¡i 1 : :4 V'ii' GEN. JOHN u. PERSHING (Wioue.- MAJ. GEN. .HtNES ' £ I S MAJ. GEN. HENRY T. ALLEN- MAJ. GEN. TASKER H. BLISS- MAJ. GEN. ROBT.L. PULLARD Hp \V. £ BY O. B. .JONES (Associated Press Feature Writer) WASHINGTON, April 10— (AP) — A "decade lias passed since the United States added its strength to the World War forces allied against the ambitions and hopes of Germany. ,:In the 19 months that followed before the armistice was achieved m£ny men who had spent most o£ their lives preparing for leadership in. such an emergency were tested, tiigund ready and allowed to make their bid for immortality. Today, however, only two of those , who had a dominant part in shaping the course of dominant America's military effort remain on the active rolls of the army. None is on the navy roster. The years had piled up while the leaders were prepar- ing for their test, and when victory ¿ame the ag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

or/- i - A i * 1 ti í "™ t mm ▼ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGHB, TEXAS % - •->■ ■ M. - West Texas: Suntj colder in north portion; Mo: probably fair, colder. I Hi J VOL. 1.—NO. 118. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1927, PRICE 5c M f ( r ( I 1 500 GALLON STILL IS FOUND NEAR BORGER POLICECHIEFRESIGNS MAYOR MILLER IS ENDORSED BY THREE RANGER CAPTAINS HEAVY BONDS ARE SET FOR BORGERTHREE Whitey Walker Total is $50,- 000, Hugh $30,000, Bailey $35,000. WILL APPEAL Attorneys are Making No At- tempt to Free Men at Once. Bond of $50.000 will be required to free Whitey Walker from jail; $35,000 for Ed Bailey, and $30,000 for Hugh Walker, on the complaints against each charging murder of De- puty Sheriffs Pat Keuyon and Elmer Terry, and the grand jury indict- ments against each, returned Thurs- day at Stinnett, charging murder of Officer Coke Buchanan. This is the way the situation stands at present, since Judge New- Ton Willis in habeas corpus hearings at S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

mm 16. to *w|.p OA K( st of the grand canal 5 , * * of the Canton column <«>- or iRtrojrei will find p for of American eking, t' e vto northern (¡api ting up the Tlentaln-«Pttkow .line. .and many Britishers are passing my mm ficial. ■ ■ ■!.,, ,, I PLAN SENIOR PARTY AUSTINi April 9.—Presidents of the different senior classes of the University of Texas have undertak- ing the grading of Hár- ,/eatherly streets, the ' t?od¿r, ük ' * • - treet commission hy Ah Ameclcwi | work on the grading of Hedgecoke and Deahl streets, according to LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 9~ . AW (AP)—Two youths giylng the names if „"e1i oi ClftJtton Howard oí Independence, the direction or Kansas, and Carl nridges óf Texas, ision, will start wer¿ arrested at Mountain Home, City Clerk Sam Little The city grading machine to be- ing used on city streets under the supervisión of C. E. House, street commissioner. Main street will be y;/ --"B-y; Ark., Saturday on charges of burg larlzing two houses there. Authori- s...

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