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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

IDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1927, THE BORGER DAtLY HERALD AIR LINERS TO LINK DETROIT AND FLORIDA > Reforestation Urged on Roosevelt Birthday WASHINGTON (£') 1'rejwrliig- j for I lit- meeting <>J the Flood Con-i 11 nil Committee of-the IIoiihk, call-j jcd for November 7 tin- American! Tree Association lias asked the 'schools ni fhi- nation to observe Roosevelt's birthday. October -'7. | with a forestry progva#i Charles Lathi'op rack, I resident <>V the a.ssocia'<ipn, holds that re-j lort'stalion advocated by ltoosevelt, i ] applied to denuded suctions ol the fast watershed of the Mississ- ippi river system, no1 only would' provide valuable timlior resources iVjr future generattonn and prevent' wasliinc, away of topsoii. but would jmitlgat"' flood conditions. He > holds that it should be an iiile- Hial part of a general flood control I program. Instalment selling ot auulomo- ! bile selling has jus| been introdn- ■ ed into Japan- w^y\ ^CHEVROLET £ ■- I f \ SOT for Economical...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 October 1927

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23 i H THE BORGER DJAILY HBRAED Tax on Bicycles RuiMs Iowa Legion Band Win# Many Honors Tailored .To MELLON RESTS Dutch Roads I i o, Q. . On ME.At.TM .Subjects 'STATE! DEPARTMENT of- DB HEALTH . . _ cJ C A ndpi:5or> N.D- Sw£ n U THIS column will be given to discussion of mat ten pertaining to public health. Any questions regard- ing public health administration, prevention of diseases, child care, sanitation, etc., will be answered in succeed- ing issues ol this paper. Questions in regard to cure of diseases will not be answered, as the scope of this De- partment includes only disease prevention. Address -Question Box, State Department of Health, Austin. i -I: ROTTERDAM, Holland </P)— The 'Netherlands ia becoming a land of bicycles. Nearly every other person ha one and the liunir ber Cs increasing an roadways ai."e impro ved. Popularity of the two wheeled machine is due chiefly to its cheap- ness and th% levelness of the coun- try. Men go to work 011 their bike...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 October 1927

mt WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER Phone 13 ALL DEPARTMENTS VOL. 1—NO. 286 ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS PAVING OF CITY STARTS * * * # -Y- ¥ -Y- * -Y- -Y- # * * * * * * * V ¥ -Y- -Y- * * .-f. ■Y Y- <"• * * * * * * * * * # * # SPECIAL FARE TO LEGION MEET RAILROAD TO GIVE RATES TO Bid GATHERING Fare and a Half to Veterans and Families for Their Convention Here AUXILIARY MEETS Women of Legion Elect Offi- cers to Aid Plans For November 12-13 LINDY TRIP BOOSTS AIR MAIL BUSINESS Agent s I> McGee announced j tliis morning that he had received j a letter from T. B. Gallagher, gen- eral ticket agent of the Santa Fe lines of Amarillo, and that a .spe- cial round trip fare of one and one- ,half would be allowed Legion- naires and their families attend- ing the convention here November 12 and 13, from all parts of the country. The Women's Auxiliary of the American Legion met at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 October 1927

OftGER DAILY HERALD i Borger Daily Herald atrMt. Hot Saturday r*ku*fc*4 f ioa soatk turn a g r. Insj. 7«ry Evening Except Mi oe Suit; Morning, by nn-WAKEEK rtJBIiTMHTM UUttFAKT. liii. nu D. HORBia •T. B. CAUFIELD. HAGOABD Man g r Managing Bdlto. Adv. Manager Will Detroit Vote Wet or Dry? i Mi Entered as second-class niattoi November 23, 1926, at the post of- flee at Borger, Texas, under the ac< at March 3, 1897. Tk« Associated Press Is exclusively sntitlec ! to the use for republication of ail asw dispatches credited to it or not oth«r"i«. credited to this paper and also tfc« Iocs siwa published horoin. SUBSCRIPTION HATES BY MAII. I ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— TKAB MO ■vraing and Bus. 97.60 (4.00 livening Only 6.00 2 85 Inaday Only _—2.50 1.35 BY CARRIER IN CITY P«r Weak Per Month Jy ¥ ■ JOo 70c •8.00 ——— i >i ' ■■ All unsolicited articles, manuscript.-, to- tors and pictures sent, to The Herald r ant at owners risk, and the publishers ex prstsly repudiates any liability or respons' bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 October 1927

THF; BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE # Daily Herald Classified Ads Jofm D.jas He,Is Today Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per insection, th^ee insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. All <1 . r (r~==~r ISO.M loikjk i!«a A. 1\ & A. M. Stated meetings first uml third Thursdays. Work in degrees as follows: Master. Friday, Oct. 7th. (3. A. Saturday, Oct. 8ih. P. C. Monday, Oct. 10th. tO. A. Tuesday, Oct. 11th. Master, Wednesday, Oct. 12th. Beginning at 3:00 p. in. Re- fresh monts. K. V.. Friday. Oct. 14th. Visiting Masons invited. — Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. F. Hall 1-2 block w^at Frazer Hotel. FOR SALE FOR SATiK Two Oho witli gftrajjo Mrs. .J (ji< Smith. ! room houses, chonp. Write box 111"), •j8G:np |0 U SALK—M> new W«*w r pumo. W :j0 volll.s music. T vrlour piano srnrf mi<1 seat >iJovcr; I gsive $750. th oi" Feb, 1927. Will tik. $100 down ami *20 p *r J ear bargain in g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 October 1927

■ intrntaiiiMsiimTiiiirt'irrniiiiiiiiiMi ' • i I i The Public Should Read This Page Very Carefully and See the Many Benefits to be Derived From Spending Your Money at Home. ■v 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 What Paves Burger streets? si Taxes. m books mm shows , for season International News Reels Add- ed tc Motion Picture Program BEAU GESTE NEAR Big1 Show Appears Here at Popular Prices Wednes- day and Thursday With a complete list of bookings for the winter season, the Rig and Rex Theatres, are another...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 October 1927

rr-?>r ■ * &•< Stfr? ' V ' i •'- V-< l'; I f ■■—— — Phone 13 why not buy it IN RORGER ALL DEPARTMENTS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS NO. 288. Y v# •Y «r ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS HUNDREDS LOST AT SEA H- * * .y. -Y- -Y- -Y- -Y- ;{■ ■{■ :{■ « ¥ $ *. # ¥ * * * ^ ^ ^ ^ V * # * * ¥ DELAY BORGER BANKERS TRIAL 9- SIMMONS CASE POSTPONED TO THURSDAY Former Teller Charged With Embezzlement and False Entries $3,200 INVOLVED Accepted Deposits, But Never Entered Them on Books, Is Alleged Trial ol Joseph Y. Simmons, form- er teller in the First National bank of Border, on charges of emhezzel- ement and false entries involving .$3,200, was today postponed in fed- eral court at Amarillo until tomor- row morning. Simmons left the employ of the hank here early this year, and was arrested later in Henryetta, after, it is alleged, shortages had been discovered. It is charged that Simmons ac- cepted deposits from customers with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 October 1927

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBfeR 26, 1927. THE BORGER HERALD DAILY Bridge Widows Meet With Mrs. Ctillum CACKLING? WHEN LL HE START Wm Bridge Widows enler- wen Tuen- Dyke Cullum CUIIUUI <Jostc." TWO TheBorger Hr'ttS?1 twtry Evening Exempt «*tur •Ml m Inndxy llorning, by nn-wabkbm pcbliihix* COMPANY, Ine. nu I, _ , I T. H. OAUriBLO. HAT HAGGARD Adv. Mana#*t Ig Editor Manager WERE KNOWN TO ANCIENTS Battered as second-class matter November 23, 1926, at the post of- flee at Borger, Texas, under the act ot March 3, 1897. The Associated Press is cxclusiTely entitlco <u the use for republication of ail n > dispatches credited to it or not other*i*«- credtted to this paper and also th« local ■ftm published herein. 8UB8CE1PTI0N BATES BY ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— 8 T1AB MO. lraU| and Bob. *7.50 m.UO jflvAntng Only 5.00 2.85 lnadaT Only 2.50 1.55 BY CARRIER IN Par Week Per Month SOfl 70c MAIL 1 * Homers Pen Shows Greeks Knew About Use of Drugs PLINY, TOO Egyptians Used Local Anes- thetics for Painful Woun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 October 1927

Y V / DNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE t)aily Herald Classified Ads Use Bqrger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results BATTERS WAY TO STARDOM * i * HATES: Two cents per word per bisection, three insertions for live cents per word. All ? wa,nt ads are cash in advance. * IKOM i/)ixii: iiita 'X. I'. * M. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Work in degrees as fol- lows : E. A., Thurs- day, Oct. 27. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Odd; Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. >F. Ilall 1-2 block w<-.8t Kramer Hotel. BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE f By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue of 1-,'i per cent. Pretty good investment, isn't it? How can you people who are reading the Herald anyway afford to pass up Bargain Days? The paper costs you twenty cents per week delivered at regular price and for the next six weeks we are offering you still a better Herald delivered "at you door in the same faith...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 October 1927

PAGE FOUR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 15 M P h a ♦' i 1' a L' C 0 £ V a Sv o'' r r, t) it ft cr a P C] b- <1 C' li a; h h tc M K ci Sf h, d: W m st a) ci P. \v hi al th si ni pi ki C( ai al a i hi in it i I r r r pd In YAOUI JOE IS CONFIDENT; HE PUTS UP S500 Wants Bobby Chick to Match Him With Similar Amount r BOBBY^S"OUT" Friends Say They Will Back Borger Favorite to the Limit, However According to Elmer Guthrie. Yaqui Joe is sure Ue will win the match with Bobby Chick, the Bor- ger favorite Thursday night. Yaq- ui Joe sent word from Amarillo today to the Coliseum management, that lie is sure to win and as proof OUT OUR WAY -f li lA Ivi By Williams / • —- (a •ji. •T£Q. U. 3. PAT C7 ,Jr,nc J.R.wilUnv^ ( * \J 1 t • ©1927 BY MCA SQW1CE. INC. f of his confidence states he wants (o post a purse of $500 that he will win, and has asked the Coli- seum management to get Chick to put tip the same amount, with the understanding that the winner gets the $1,000. Chick went 011 a duck Hunt Moll- d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 October 1927

per- al lieic iffi- to | til.: one 8G king (207 Ylic Ick 24 111 icli have |otor tilt' aus- the htcr- vard 111 ro- ll f civ liiWic WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER Phone 13 A1X DEPARTMENTS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS iVOL. 1—NO. 289. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS y BIG GASSER IN FLAMES >{• !{. * * * * # * * * * * * v f ¥ ¥ -y* ¥• * * * V Jf. .y. * * * # * * * * y. * * TELLER'S TRIAL AGAIN DELAYED O- i BORGERBANKER CASE MAY BE HEARD TODAY Further Postponement Expect- ed, However; May Come Up Friday LAWYER ABSENT Defense Attorney Npt Able to Be Present Federal Court AM ARILLO, Oct. 27. Trial of Joseph Simmons, former Borger bank teller, on charges of embez- zlement and false entries involv- ing about $3200, was again post- poned from this morning until this afternoon in federal court here, but it was not expected to come to trial until tomorrow morning. Ab- sence of a defense attorney is the cause of the delay. The trial was orig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 October 1927

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 < \ r s a c P Iw h. al th 1st m Jpi Iki c< lat lai Jar ll i in lie lo le er Daily Herald I gpl, : i Ii I 1 It 10S SMtk WUlu atiMk. lot *>str Evcuific Exctpt « «ur« r. it? Morning, bx A HUNCH FOR THE BIG BOYS kUM—< t-' * : re *• BAT CAtJ FIELD HAGGARD Managtiifc Edlto. ] Adv. Manager | Entered as second-claw mat.tei I November 23, 1926, at the post of-1 Bee at Borger, Texas, under the ac< o( March 3. 1897. Th« Associated Press ii excltuively entitl«<- : lo Ihe use for republication of all new ainpatch'ta credited to it or not otherwtn- , credited to this paper and al«<i th« loc ! aewa published heroin. •tJBBCKlPTrON RATES BY 1UI1- If ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— I « * 1 TEAK MO. MO. Ml' ■ralMf and Bob. 7.50 *4.00 «i!.Q0 7<n itvanlag Only 5.00 2.8a 1.50 50i >aaday Only ——2.50 1.B5 Par Weak «0c CARRIER IN OITT Per Month 70c Jy i ja $8.00 "lei AU unsolicited articles, manuscript;, tan and plctutes sent to The Herald ar sent at owners risk, and th pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 October 1927

%> # THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, l!>27. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THRfflU INDIA'S CXI'OIJTS IMRKXHK DailyiHerald Classified Ads l! RATES Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word, want ads are cash in advance. ! At The Theatres By Speck LEGAL NOTICES I Here Comes- J CAMTTTA American export-; !•): j| machinery have incv<;asi.*d AN I < ti • • i r ■ hare in (lie trade with In-! All fP=ZZ 1SOM TiOltOK l- - A. !•'. & A. M. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Work in degrees as fol- lows : E. A., Thurs- day. Oct. 27. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Odd Fellows iMeet every Wednesday w.j night at 8:30 at I. O. O. | F. Hall 1-2 block west Frftzcr Hotel. FOR SALE i ou Court &ALK bought -Cozy now furnished In ii< toss irom * I 114? «t | • ai:i • i • : FOXl SALE—H*-0 ( iiUillju rostlis fert mi'chunionl com! it ion. John I P.inkley. 1 >i 11« y IJ!«1-. :;<1> J OK llor^'T >?ALK Meat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 October 1927

• t jjg? I fXGE FOUR B2 MURRAY LOOKS t BEST IN FAST * LEGION CARD OUT OUR WAY *•-5i'J. "fPHB FORGER DAILY HBRACD — \ V i TT- By Williams I-I }e I" Pceples Puts U p ' Fight, But Bobby k Advantage jr Good Has GO TEN ROUNDS •-r/f qj®mcT3v| IL' Sj« Draw, For {Pans Call Match a Praising Buckshot || Stamina li | Buckshot Peeples and Bobby lHurray fouRht a toe-to-toe engage- ment at the Legion Home boxing fcst last night, Bobby apparently having the edge on the Wichita Falls boy, most of the way. Mur- ray drew the blood from Buen- shot's nose in the rst round and the probosctc bled profusely for several rounds, although the Wich- ita slugger showed his remaraable recuperative powers and gave no evidence of the handicap. In deliveries Murray had the ad- vantage, although the slugger from the "City that Faith Built" deli- vered a few from the shoulder that nhook Murray up a little, one of ■which in the third cut Murray's left eye, which bled somewhat the rest of the way. In the opinion of fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER OFFICIAL. PUBLICATION CiTY OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 ALL DEPARTMENTS VOL. 1—NO. 290. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS INDIANAPOLIS POLITICAL MUDDLE IS GROWING * * * * * ¥ * * * * V * * * * * * V * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * # ^ Y- * * * 4: Another School Bond Election May Be Called For Borger Soon O- money needed new building handle crowd Officials of Oil Companies to Confer- Saturday With Board VOCATION SCHOOL Plan Complete Vocational Course for Workers in Petroleum Business Another bond election call- ing for at least $125,000 will be needed immediately to to take care of the increased j grade enrollment and to con- struct the proposed Industrial , building, Superintendent J. A. Dickson said today. The buildings now cornplet-l ed and those under construc- tion will not be able to house the present enrollment of 1.- 600. About eight more large rooms are needed, Dickson said. The Industrial building will be for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

I-'i S THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PACE TWO 1 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2B-, 1£2T. RADIO ROBS STORY-TELLERS OF THEIR JOBS! Turk Troubadors Complain When Competition Gets on the Air UP IN ARMS Servants Who Earned Pay by Spinning Yarns Are Wroth HUE I5ZI21I, Turkey (/P) Radio, mieutly installed liere, is creating the same servant problem which Jms l>et 11 appai ing thr.oughwtt An- tolia during th last year in the wake of loud sneakers. 'Servants are up in arms over the newfangled machine which is cheat- ing them out of one of their chief functions I hat of family enter* 'ainei -and scores o( them are lea- ving domestic service for lack of au audience for their oft-told but hitherto always applauded tales. Unlike Arabia, Turkey never had professional story tells, but has always choaen its eoolts and maids with an eye to their storv-telling propensities. Before the advent of radio the one amusement of Ana- tolian families was to gather in the evening round a brazier. The cook proudly conscious tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

« • f # \y 'W. Friday':octorer 28, 1927. LOS ANGELES STUDENTS ARE MAKING FILMS the eorger daily herald page three Getting oReady for the Flight to Australia High School Youths Take Hollywood Game In All Phases to' A YEAR TO MAKE Apathy Among Fellow Stud- ents Slows Down Ambi- tious Pair LOS ANfiteLES, Cal. (/p) A ma -1 teur motion picture producers oper-j ate under a big handicap in tills | section, where Hollywood is just the name of a residence district and the movies are "old stuff." Two youthful pioneers who made a photoplay with student talent at the Los Angeles high school last term found lhal one of their chief difficulties las the apathy of the average student toward a chance to act in the movies. Titled "Merrill of L. A. High" j and begun last fall, the picture I took a whole school year to pro- duce. tl might have been com-j pleted in less time but for the re-! luctance of student "atmosphere"! players to put up with the usual! delays of motion picture work. In : the big s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

1 i It 9 t, PAGE POUR mm* 3B imk; THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927. The Borger Daily Herald raMlikad M 101 Bontk Mkln Bor |U, Tun, every Evening Except S turd y tad on auod*r Morning, by JTD**—WASREN rUBLIIBm COMPANY, Izto. ■SAL D. HOHBIS CHOPSIE S. WELSCH BAT HAGGARD - Manager Managing Editor Adv. Manager WHAT'S WRONG? (Continued from Page One) Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1926, at the post of- fice at Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. The Associated Preee is exclusively entitled Co the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local sews published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IV ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— 16*1 YEAR MO. MO MO. ■t i>c and Sum. #7.60 4.00 i!.00 70c Evening Only . 6.00 2.85 1.50 60c lunday Only 2.50 1.85 .70 80< BY CARRIER IN CITY Pat Wee* Per Month 3y Yjar Ben Smith of Stinnett, who is justly proud of belonging to an older and very fine gen- eration,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

T T y * ■m FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927. THE BORGER DATLY HERALD . — PAGE FIVB INDIANS ARE •REMEMBERED IN CITY NAMES Oblivion Captures Tribes, But Whites Carry oil Their Names KICHAI, WICHITA Vslriislied Redskins Might Not Recognize Their Words Now ENID, Ok la. • (/P) War, disease and intermarriage have swept away many once-powerful Indian tribes and are reducing otliers to mere wraiths of their former might. George Rainey, authority 011 In- dian history, finds time rapidly ad- ding to the roster of lost tribes, many of which are remembered chiefly because their names have passed to cities and towns in the region where once tliev roamed. The Tonkawas, once disdained byf other Indians who accused them of: cannibalism, have been reduced to about 2B members. They dwell near a town of that name in Okla- homa. The Kichai, for whom a small town near Wichita, Kail., was named are gone. So are Natchez, for whom the Mississippi city was named: the Hiloxi Indians of southern Mississip- pi; the Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

HP*Ml'! IWlippjl ff/ippi N !. "*■ *9 ;""'f'- ™ PAGE'SIX the! borcer daily herald FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927. RESERVE BANK GUARDS ITS GOLD Mil pnw wi w,^<com 'fiL-^sg^«a^ «-r?ew ^saafeM gjwrw mi IS ltd At The Theatres By Speck If you can Imagine an actor who has been on the .stage all of Ilia life Buffering from stage fright facing the movie cameras, you can picture George Bancroft during the lilming of scenes from "Tell it To Sweeney," the new Paramount pro- duction showing at the Rig thea- tre Sunday ar.d Monday. The company had beon at work 011 location for more than a week, with just two principals, Bancroft and Conklin, appearing In these preliminary scenes. The troupe moved to the studio, where some interiors were to be made. "In this scene." said the direc- tor. "you are to kins the heroine." Bancroft started to shake in his boots, "scared to deat'i," ho de- clared, "first time in years I've had to kiss the leading lady." l.ike Bancroft, Benuie (Rabbit) Reed will shake in his...

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