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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

I! id irn Ind lis 10- |>ro- by of [an- it nth hfe°< !¥ FRIDAV, OCTOBER 28, 1927. V w4 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Daily Herald Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results cents per word. r RATES: Two cents per word per bisection, three'insertiqns for liv< want ads are cash in advance. All Goes on Talkin, Fern Is Sued a: //; m \VV\ ' VV* <>% .%+ * 1W (S * • Iso.M i.oix;i: lUiv: \. J', 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 Meet every Wednesday night at S:30 at I. O. O. I P. Hall 1-2 block west Frftzer Hotel. FOR SALE FOU SALK Ford pii k tip ! <.<! - 1 - Ford tnirlx dimniin ial bod;- Imp-, < lu. I. W. S|miiiJJIIT, J u> Jlarrv Oraijjin I.uihImt > '< ini•'iiplioiu- •joo ' BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rale you can make six dollars earn a revenue of .">•"> J-.". per cent. Pret...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 October 1927

TEXASGASMEN TO LEARN HOW FIRST IS RSASE FRIDAY, OCTORFP. 28, 1927. mmm :i v'/v/'" Hi . •; v-: ; >/; BORGKR DAILY HERAEU w&m PAGE EIGHT g Hi • ti imt-' ■£■ YOINCKST HANK HKAIt IIKBANA, III (fl ) Douglas Fay i« bailed as the country's youngeHt bank president. He beads (lie Kifwt National bank at Urbanu. \t 2:! Fay was a vice prenident of the bank, and when his father president of the institution, died, directors elevated him to the prusi dency. The Urbana bank in 54 years old land under the leadership of i's [youthful president is oreating $100,000 building .woTifut itooi :<> i i\ w£v> v> '•v. ■VI i m MM y j m mm i^&y t Pure Cane With Purchase tar illuminating purposes only. The rosin was brought down by ships from the port of Ind(anola. This place does not exist today, having been wiped out by a storm many years ago. The resin was brought overland by os trains to San Antonio to pro- • vide what was considered at thai time the best illuminant to be | had. Later ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

. '.fc WHY NOT BUY IT IN RORGER OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGRR, TEXAS Phone 13 ALL n^WiRTMLENTB rlA VOL. 1—NO. 291. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1927 PRICE FIVE CENTS A I BORGER LANDS BIG OIL INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE * * * * * * * Y- * * V- * .v. .y. .v. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Panhandle MIST OFSNOW OCCURS EARLY ON SATURDAY First Precipitation in Area i More Than a Month and Half. GRAIN CROP GREEN and Plains Get Much Needed Moisture V- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * MEXICO RECEIVES AMERICAN AMBASSADOR The Higher- the Fewer! Tanks Are Replenished; ders Road Work in Some Sections. Hin- I A general rain fell over the entire Panhandle Friday night. Rains were reported south to Childress, north to Spearman, east to Le Fors and west to the New Mexivo line. A light mist of snow fell for j a few seconds in Borger Fri- day night followed by a few J drops of hail. One-fourth i inch of rain fell in Stinnett. This was the first moistu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

"fcrSS1—""= - -te ■ |.iifa:>:. WlimaiiiiWi Will i im m n* at yiT W"-? PAGE TWO •"'■•- - ■' • '-4' r THE BORGER DAILY HERALD • * *y i 1 ' J $ SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1927 er Daily Herald published at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Texas, every Eveninc Except Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NL\\'N-WARREN PUBLISHING CO, NEAL D. NORRIS CHOPSIE S. WKLSCH RAY HAGGARD -- Inc. Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager mended the prophets, saying, Prophesy not. Time:—Amos prophesied about 793 B. Place:—Amos lived in Tekoa, south Judah, but he prophesied in Bethel, an southern Israel. Golden Text:—Seek good, and nat evil, that ye may live; and so Jehovah, the God of hosts, will be with you, as ye say" Amos 5:14. C. (rf Bethlehem, important city at Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1026, at Borger, Texas, under the act ot' March 3, 1S97. the post office The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication Of all news dispatches credited tcjit or not otherwise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

. .... ( >, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1927 cWCfcH THE SORGER DAILY HERALD " PAGE THREE I o , A" V • 1 *;• 1 \ X J SOCIAL NEWS BL MIIS. HAY HAGGARD PHONE 13 By Mr#. Ray Hazzard As the fall season ap- proaches our thoughts are turned to "entertaining." Dur- ing the summer season there are few parties—we all give some excuse, "too hot to both- er." But with the first cool spell it seems that we become invigorated, and all our pent up energy needs an outlet. New people come into our community. Some to place their children in school, some that have been traveling dur- ing the summer months and wish to settle down for the winter; teachers taking up their new work or resuming old work; in fact there are dozens of excuses to bring people into a community for winter. More people and cool weather naturally start the social calendar to buzzing. The first excuse to enter- tain is the Hallowe'en season. Spooks begin walking, black cats start meowing and witch- es ride their broom sticks to frighten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

This is a curious world. Everybody is asking questions these days— and the merchants, whose advertisements appear below, hav- pro- pounded a few, which in. all instances pertain to their business. Dust the cobwebs from your brain and win one of the prizes offered. Lot of fun, too, in doing it. Three awards will be made for the correct answers to the ques- tion. In addition, you must write a letter of 100 words or less, telling why the merchants listed 011 this page are best fitted to satisfy the needs of the community. FIRST—$3 SECOND—$2 L ' THIRD—$1 J Od I I t t • * utc.sl number of radio stations'. W hat an a in the I . S. lias tlx VWV WVWWWWV r*WVV WWWWW ^ * j I; * \t I* I <* I# i I # ' I / I* 5 h What's Christmas Without Music? GET HEADY' NOW! When everybody comes home or the holidays let music add (heer and happiness. And .•ven after the holidays, music does much lo brighten the home. A Crosley Radio Set is a master music producer. Whatever the air holds, it brings it to you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1927 THE BORGEIl DAILY HERALD PAGfe FIVE i1 1 . i 1 i ■ 1 im to ■ < <> !> < *' Daily Herald Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results " f RATES: Two cents per word per insertion, three insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. All 01 \h ISOM l.ODCJK A. F. H A Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. 121- J OUT OUR WAY t I * | * ■■■ <? per iaff!iiT Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday _ night at 8:30 at I. O. O. Hall 1-2 block west Frazer Hotel. FOR SALE BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the ITerald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue of 33 1-3 cent. Pretty good investment, isn't it? How can you pet pie 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 yuu door in the same faith- f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

ITTIW iiinii . I' . J: • _ r>, ■>.%$< PAGE - THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1021 —+ New Graham i-Ton Delivery Car Sets Pace for Smartness and Speed J ' Beauty and smartness in ap- pearance are as important in com- mercial cars as in fine passenger automobiles, engineers and body designers of Graham Brothers, the truck division of Dodge Brothers, av, for the commercial car reflects the character of its owner's business. So, in the new i^-ton delivery car, given its first public showing by Graham Brothers today, these qualities arc demonstrated in their latest adap- tation. This new addition to the Graham Brothers line is fitted with handsomely finished low. panel body with the ultra-smart cadet front and visor. The extra tire is carried at the side in the rccessed fender. Note the single driver's scat in rear view at lower left. This can be augmented by a folding seat if an errand bov is carried. The extra space provided at the right of the driver by the elimina...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

■mm ~A . ! WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER Onrcirf laito Herald jiwj3 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS VOL. Ar 1—NO. 291. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1927 PRICE FIVE CENTS COST OF HANDLING RAW MATERIAL IK FACTORY IS PART OF PRICE OF AUTOS How a Train Wrecked a Depot 'BamajfThreat \ One factor which plays an im- portant part in determining wiiai the retail price of an automobile shall be is the cost of handling 'within the plant the various raw (materials and semi-.nanul'actured products that are used in building the car. If a factory does not han- dle the various materials in the most efficient way additional labor 'costs and often delays to produc- tion result, with an occompanying larger total cost of manufacture. Dodge Brothers, Inc.. lias been (notably successful in establishing .the most efficient methods of hand- ling materials after they enter the plants, says Dyke Cullum. local dealer. "From the railroads' main lines there are 21! railroad tracks H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

m m I CM NE MUTER SEASON OPENS ■1 * • ip. ' ~..ib. Sick people do not work proper- ly. Neither can "sick" automobiles T.'-.e only difference being, a per son can sense an ill-feeling and so to a doctor, while the antomo- J bile carries on until cold weather ! ectnes and forces a visible protest | —then a repair job is needed. This Is the observation of K. A. Arm- strong, director of service of the Oakland Motor Car company, who urges owners to have their curs Riven a pre-winter inspection and adjustment, necessary 10 insure a mamimum cold weather perfor- mance. "Thits pre-winter automobile check-up is similar in its purpose to the growing practice of visitin.tr a physician every autumn just 'for inspection.' said Mr. Armstrong. 1 "The physician checks over the visi- tor's phyaielal condition, alters his | diet, possibly gives hm a hypoder- mic of anti-cold serum, directs liirn to change 10 heavier clothing and i in general 'services' him for the j winter. It is a wise precaution- ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

JSUNDAY, OCTOBER ;J0, 1927 OLBSMOBILE DRIVER BREAKS ML RECORDS THROUGH AUSTRALIA THE EORGER DAILY HERALD FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Cruel Hallowe'en Prank PAGE THR8& By Biosser Philanthropist Seldom Pictured . A new "cliwtance lime record for f long motor travel through V Aita- traliu, on roiidu that were made almost Impassable by flooded streams and washouts, was complet- ed recently by A. J. Dunkerly, of Melbourne, drove his Oldsmobilc touring car the miles from Darwin. nothern territory, to Mel- bourne. in seven days. 1 ti hours and f. 4 minutes. Dunkerley purchased his Olds- mobile In Meloburne and drove north by easy stages hunting game while enroute. After a few days in Darwin he decided to make a quick dash southward in an at- WANTS FIGHT • I tempt to lower the time record b\ automobile, to his home in Mel- bourne. and set out on the journey which was destined to break all previous records. Overcoming the difficult and of- ten treacherous road conditions en- countered on ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 October 1927

IP^ 'ft PAGE POUR -* ' THE FORGER DAILY HERALD STUDEBAKER COMMANDER fct BREAKS RECORD IN RUN II FROM COAST TO COAST Hecerit happenings have the ha- f)it of calling up past events. On September lit27, a Stude baker Comander sedan, piloted .I>> Ab Jenkins, drew up to the Cav- quiuez bridge on San Francisco bay the the end of a record breaking dash from the Atlantic to the Paci- fic—3302 miles in 77 hours and 40 minutes—2 hours and 15 min- utes under previous record. Out in Sioux Falls. South Da- lota, N. M. Molseed read of the victory of the commander, sat down wrote to Al) Jenkins a letter, lie Raid in part: "I have read with interest the account of your victory in the com- mander. The first Studebaker that crossed the plains was owned by my father. It made the trip in lf-:53. It was not an automobile of course, but a hickory wagon, it carried the name of Studebaker from South Bend (where the t'ami- lis were neighbors) <o t lie gold fields of California. "When relating the i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 October 1927

<2. % C WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 ALL DEPARTMENTS # VOL. 1—NO. 292. w > ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS SOUTH DAKOTA SENATOR FAVORS LOWDEN -Y- * * * # * * * * * * * * * * ¥ ¥ 9 ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * * * * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * f Business Outlook In Texas For All Industries Now Encouraging * * * * * * * * Y- •Y- Y V * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ Y- •:'* # * * ¥ * * * * * AGED OIL OPERATOR ARRESTED HERE FOR COLORADO AUTHORITIES LAN6F0RD HELD FOR LAND DEAL. HELD IN JAIL Identified in Western Union Office by Chief of Police Crabtree WELL KNOWN HERE Extradition Papers Enroute; Bond Fixed at $2,500. Owns Leases VINDICATED i Sidney P. Langford, alias S. P. Langford, an oil operator, wanted by Colorado authori- ties on felony charges, it is alleged for faking real estate abstracts and operating a con- dnce game, was arrested by Chief John Crabtree's men Sunday night and after pre- liminar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 October 1927

PAflE TWO TheBorger Daily Herald PBbllufcwl at loa soma m l Btioat, 3or- ■•r. Texas, "-7Cry Evening Except Saturday, M>d oa Sunday Morning, by nil-WARREN PUBL1BHUO COMPANY. Inc. WBAIi D. KOBBIS CHOPSIE S. WELSCH KAY HAGG.YED - Man at£ r .Mauufjiutf Kditur | Adv. Manager j Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1926, at the post cf fice at Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1897. The Associated PrcBn in exclusively entitlen Co the use for republication of ull ne ff dispatches credited lo it or not ot.her ia credited to this paper and also the Iocs fc -W3 published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— t « YEAB MO. Ivaaing and Bum. V7.5U <4110 Arening Only 5.00 ti.85 Sunday Only -2.50 1.35 BT Par Wee- SOo BT CARRIER IN CITY Per Month 70c All unsolicited article, manuacriptr. tero and pictures sent to The Herald ar sett at ov.-nerw risk, anil the publishers ex praaaly repudiate'! any liability or respond biiny for their safe custody or return. Th> utt&es...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 October 1927

MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD - PAGE THREH •BORGER FIGHT FANS TO SEE FIERCE BOUT Uses Goggles O V Borger fans will have :m oppor- tunity to see two of the most sen- sational fighters ever 10 stage a bout in this section of llie country next Thursday night at Legion Home, old Labor Temple, when Bobby Vincent and. Jimmy Carter, who fought to a ten round draw in Pampa last week step in ring. Vincent is a claimant of (ii lightweight championship of the southwest, and is undisputed cham- pion of Oklahoma, and it is said he found himself tip against a tough customer when he climbed through the ropes at Pampa to meet Carter in their first encounter. They fought furiously and caused a few arguments among fans as to who was the better man. Jimmy Carter now lives in Iior- | ger and says he is here to stay and i wants to meet the best that can b • ' brought here. Carter plainly dem- ! onstrated here Thursday night, j when the Legion staged their open-j ing fight card, that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 October 1927

v, * < fm**>" - ■ : x I s I >■ • ' vrv^ i i ■*^w |Pj V, - :U ..- r " &TtM & ' ^ff : * ■.. ... - ,. . THE BORGER DAILY HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 10S7. The Public Should Read This Page Very Carefully and See the Many Benefits to he Derived From Spending Your Money at Home. : m>>r [ONDAV RATES v\v*- 1S( Od<l Fell 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 niu P \1 O^oi 5' n est A F<>K > i sale hospital- SOUTH BORGER FUNERAL HOME HERE TO STAY Buntin and Thomas Built Their Shop With ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 October 1927

ONDAY, OCTOBER PAGE HERALD BORGER DAILY OUT OUR WAY Williams Use Iiarger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATLS: Two ccnls per word per insertion, three insertions for five cents per word. \ want ads are cash in advance. ISO.M l.OIMil \. !•'. <V BARGAIN Staled meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. DAYS HERE By taking advantage of the you can make six dollars earn cent. Pretty good investment, How can you people who anyway afford to pass up costs you twenty cents per lay raf 1-:! per =asf Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8:3# at I. O. O |F. Hall 1-2 block west Frazer Hotel. FOR SALE KOlfc S \ I.I In^ersoll nu <1 Uroi sf'' ( 'ollim Phone w est A 1 Oarage. Kun I- 'ii. firm Herald bargain < a revenue of 33 isn't it? are reading the Herald Bargain Days? The paper week delivered at regular price and for the next six weeks we are offering you still a better Herald delivered at yfou door irj the §ame faith- ful way for only $6.00 a year. This ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 October 1927

(jwurr v •v.-; • . 3IP£8i?f^;?-" 9% ;Tr': Pace six THE BORGER DAILY HERALD '■-'■■ S>'- E i"! DEFENSE WINS CONTENTION IN THE FALL CASE "WASHINGTON, D. C.. Oct. 31 (ff) —The government was stopped today by Justice Siddona from for- cing M. T. Everheart, a son-in-law of Albert Pall to disclose the source of $2 305.500 in Liberty bonds figuring in the Teapot Dome oil conspiracy trial. Everheart had declined to answer a question regarding the source from whence the bonds came on the ground that such testimony would tend to incriminate his and that the constitution gave him the right to refuse. Before coming to the source of the Liberty bonds, Owen J. Rob- erts, of special government counsel, carefully laid the groundwork for that question by dragging from the witness the admissions that he had no business transactions with Sinclair; that lie never had been employed by the government and that he had nothing to do with the negotiations for the lease of Teapot Dome and did not know it ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 November 1927

* U! # i WHY NOT BUY IT IN RORGER Storgcf Ckiilii Hcnv 1i> \ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 ALL DEPARTMENTS VOL. 1—NO. 293. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS STREET PAVING CONTRACT SIGNED MONDAY * * # * * * * * * * * * * * ¥ * * * * * * * * * * •V' ^ V ¥ -Y* *Y* * * * # * * * * * Four Texas Heroes Are Awarded Bronze Medals By Carnegie * -y- * * * * * * * * * * *Y* 'Y* •':• * * * * * * * * * * * * * ¥ * 'Y* Y- ^ ^ ^ # * %• * H- * TWO FORMER STATE HIGHWAY OFFICIALS PLEAD GUILTY TO FORGERY FOUR YEARS III PENITENTIARY FOR ENGINEER Tomkins Ex-Chief Clerk Draws Sentence of Two Years in Prison WILL FIGHT CASE Third Party, H. Joschke Plead- ed Not Guilty. Claimed He Was Dummy -O WHEN "DAWN" BROKE-DOWN! AUSTIN, Nov. J. (AP) — L. J. Nachtrab, former division engineer, was sentenced to four years in penitentiary. S. C. Tompkins, his former chief clerk, was sentenced to two years in penitentiary here today on forgery charges in c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 November 1927

PAGE tWO rheBorger Daily Herald MUIM ll 10S Soutk HJb Hiltt, Iv Tuu, nuj BTsntna £xo yt 8 tmrd y, •M M Huodkjr Homing, by nn-WARREN PUBI.TlKnW OOMFAJTT, Ins. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1W- DID SOMEBODY SAY "THERE AIN'T NO SUCH ANIMAL W9t& D. K0KRI8 CHOPBIE 8. WBL8CH BAY UAGOABD . - Managing Editor f _ AUv. Mimager i Entered hh second-clasu maltir ! November 23, 192(1, at the post ot fleer at Borger, Texas, under the aci i of March a. 1897. Th# Associated I'ro Is «x<i)uiivety Mititlwi to th« use for republication of nil new* diiD* t©h* er< <iit<'d lo it or not oIImm vn« credited to iKis j>u| or and also vh«t loo*' >t*wi published heroin 8UB8CR1PTION HATES BY M AIL I * ADVANCE —ONK YEA fe- te R ) TEAR MO. MO MO Prwaing and Sun. $7.60 94.oO 71*. jtvwniag Only 5.00 2.85 1.50 5U« Sunday Only 2 50 1.35 70 80- BY CARRIER IN OITY F r W««t Per Moutb 3y i j** 20c 70c *8.00 All unsolicited articlun, manuscript*', iri and pictures sent to The Herald it At...

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