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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 November 1927

• "AjfT' PAGE THRffc r, NOVEMBER X, I $27 THE BORGER DAILY HERAT,D OUT OUR WAY RATES Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word, want ads are cash in advance. ►- > > I • *1 ! IHOM A. I LOIHJE . & \. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Odd Eeljows Meet every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. IK. Hall 1-2 block ws*t Frazer Hotel. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ I ~ I - BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue ol" l-l! 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 I ho next six weeks we are offering you still a better Herald delivered at you door in the same faith- ful way for only $6.00 a year. This offer is not open indefinitely but is only an in- ducement to get readers lined up for a defi...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 November 1927

' ••• ♦ > •' Page four THE BORGER DAILY HERAED TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1927. TEXAS GME SUPPLY SHOWS 110 INCREASE. MOM'N' POP THE SOURCE \ * i r> WARDEN TUCKER SAYS AUSTIN,(/P)— time in Texas liu' substantially increased, public senti- mcnt lias turned to a better ap- preciation of game protection, game law violations have been redced, sale of hunting and fishing licenses have been greatly argumented. and beneficial legislation facilitated in the four years since 1921! when the legislature allowed the game, fish and oyster commission full use of game funds, Will .1. Tucker, game commissioner says in his annual re- port to Governor Dan Moody, just released. The report goes into all phases of game life and work in the state. It shows improvement in practical- ly every activity, and a cash bal- I ance of S499,032.86 ° hand at the. close of the fiscal year, August 111, 1927. Newspaper Man Tucker, a former newspaperman of Longview, prepared a lively, con- cise, interesting report, one ...

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

WHY NOT BUY IX IN BORGER Jferrgcf jBailij Jicfalb [ Alili DEI'A ItXMKJS TS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF UOIIGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 294. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS CHILD IS ACCIDENTALLY KILLED BY CAR DRIVER * * * * * * * >(■ * * * * * * * * * * * * * # * * # * * .v. Jf« ^ ^ -Y- <"• rf ^ ^ * * * RANGERS CAPTURE 65 GALLON STILL IN FULL OPERATION YESTERDAY V * # 3 MEN HELD CONNECTION WITH RAID Three Barrels of Mash and Fifteen Gallons of Whis- key Are Found FOUND ON RANCH Second Capture Within Six Weeks, Constables Aid in First Rangers C. O. Moore and W. H. Kirby, realized a vie-1 tory over operators of a still, which they had been watching | with the constable's depart-j merit for several days. The | still having been located sev- eral days ago the officers had J been waiting to apprehend its j operators. Late yesterday af- ternoon Rangers Moore and Kirby made a trip to the still, of 65 gallon operating capa- city, and found three...

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

TWO IT THE BORGER DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1927. WE] Th*Borger Daily Herald [OUT OUR WAY J§ niMM at l l «ouU lthln strut, Mot ft, III", ovary Evening Exeapt a turt j, f <m ■hivu* Moralaj, \>y . By Williams FUBUIHIX* VBAX D. KOKBI8 OHOf Bill WBL.SCH HAY HAGGAKD ... Hansen JUanagiux fcditor j Adt. Manager faintered as second-class nialttx No*ewber 28, 1926. at the post of-, Be® at Borger, Texas, under the aci! of March 3. 1897. ! The Associated Press in exclusively entitleo i to tha use for republication of all new# dispatches credited to it or not o'^rw'j* ' credited to this paper and alao tha Jo? > '• •ew published herein. "iBBSCKlPTION RATES BY UAH, t* i ADVANCE MOO MOSTA DOME SUMP M GROOVED SOKAtfiNAt-. ( FE-U-tf? VAJHO S SCA\R"V T /\^?C A PLEECEMOM SUMPM , \<=> GOT A CRooKiD PAST ATS ALL . K/W CGN]€>V-\OM KMOVSMKJ' X B' LON(3r T*A FAMIL^ VN\TH A BLACK SW\EEP M vT- —ONE YEAR— l 9 YRAB MO. •▼Wtiag and Sua. $7.60 $4.00 *Tentng Only 6.00 2.85 : Otrty .„.2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 November 1927

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAOBTBRB® Hand Made Gavel From Ebony Will Be Used at Meet 7 i t* Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results MATAMOKOK, .Mexico. A hand- made KHvel, shaped from the na- tive ebony which abounds in north- ern Mexico, will be presented to i R. W. Morrison, president of the JI South Texas Chamber of f'oni- muutMUtMtUVMMMMHHUUWMVWttuvMUUtHmititWMtWMMUUiWHtUMHV lnerce, by I.if 10111 i 1 iit111> Fernandez, I in the address of welcome to t he i ■ fiist annual convention of (lie or- I ganizaliou in Hrownsviilv Novem- RATES: Two cents per word per insectiori, three insertions for live cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. ISO.M I.OIHiK A. I'. « A. 124a M. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. <=~ V ... Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday ! night at 8:30 at I. O. O. V12^^^ F. Hall 1-2 block wssl r Frazor Hotel. FOR SALE FOfl .SALK—Iiifforsol! rand. Run 1- days, i Collins Phono -9!*. first door : wf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 November 1927

- TBS BORGHR DAILY HERACD BOYS READY FOR BIG EVENT LABOR TEMPLE The greatest fistic scramble ever seen is to be staged at Legion Home tonihgt the old Labor Tem- ple. A packed house similar to the one last week is expected. Man yfans have shown dramatic interest in the fistic game since Hr inception a week ago, for the Legion promoters put on a tight which pleased every fan in at- tendance. All of the boxers are 'iere and resting up for the contest tonight. Jimmy Carter, who made a trip 1o Wichita, Kansas, in search of listic honors, wears a broad grin because of a victory over Walter Page, this being the second in less than a week. Jimmie has moved to Borger and declares it looks so good around here, he's going to stay. Little Bobby Vincent the dark eyed modest boy, who works for the aMrland oil company as an en- gineer, and goes out for blood on occasions where good fighting is demanded, asked about a decision over Kid Granite at Pampa, Mon- day night declares in his modest way tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 November 1927

WHY NOT BUY IT, IN BORGER JBargrf Saito licnUft 4XL D'^AKTBd^NM ^ ^ ^ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 295. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS HAROLD ROTHCHiLD APPOINTED POSTMASTER * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * .* * * * * PAMPA AND! PANHANDLE SECTION ASSURED ANOTHER RAIL OUTLET •( 4 PROPOSITION OF FRANK KELL IS ACCEPTED New Line Opens Up Virgin Territory in Oklahoma and Texas RICH RESOURCES Right-of-Way and Bonus of $5,000 Part of Con- sideration RADIO ESSENTIAL TO EXPLORERS Fifty citizens of Pampa meeting last night in an open meeting, accepted the propo- sition of Frank Keli, president of several railroads, who pro- poses to build a new line from Cheyenne, Oklahoma, to Pam- pa. The proposition follows: 1. A right of way will be given from Pampa to a point in Wheeler county, for a dis- tance of 27 miles. 2. A right of way and ter- minal ground will be given in the city of Pamp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 November 1927

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD OLD RIP THESE BOYS MAY WAKEN ger Daily Herald /j (Continued Fvom 7'age Una) THL§* To&Y INTBUE T IN „ FbuTics •tsabt t. «mwis CHOFSIE 8. WEL8CH AOOABD MmM*T Managing Editor A dr. Maa*ger an second-class matter Nov®Briber 23, 1328, at the post of Bee at Borger. Texas, under the act of March 8, 18M A 1I« Associated Prean in exclusive)? witUU« tai ;tbf m« for republication Of all in *r« 4iftjpfttcti<Hi credited to it or not othervrta* tradiU-l ta this paper ud a)ao th* !or i ; mews ptfbHshed horein 1 {WJ \ll fi /cJ V't:- MO I \ /*?t THURSDAY^ NOVEMBER 3, 1327 ami they wil be policed at all | hours of (ho duy and night. Along SOBBORIWIUN RATES BY It At!, s* AUTAKCl —OMB YKAR— / TBAK "no. IimiiI Ml da>. $7.f.u 4.U(I ■ ••( * QdlJ -1— &-tM> 2.85 -*v 4«y Only ^. 2.50 1.35 BY GARRIKU IN OITT Per Wa#i Per Montfc SOe 70c 8.Q(j 441 unsolicited articU . nutnuacript'. J*' ter nadl pictures seu> to The Herald ar- •ant at awnert risk, and the publisher* ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 November 1927

r • t 4 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1927. J*' ' TT "" •T ~ ' r~ ' - r-™ THE BORGKR DAfLY fTERALt) PAGE THREE EX wmm $ -.' OUT OUR WAY tWMM>*HW tWWWWWW> l/sc Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results " RATES: Two ccnts per word per insection, three insertions for live cents per word. All j want ads are cash in advance. * (r~~ . IHOM litis r. & \. M. Stated meet- ings tirrtt and third Thurs- days. V^isitinK Mas- ons invited. Odd follows Meet every Wednesday night at 8::i0 at I. O. O. _ |F. Hal! 1-2 block w-;at Pra/er Hotel. for sale NJ-iW mid ari-unrt llnnd lumbi-r. cheap tor cash. Knight I.umber. 'J05-.lt!> KOII S.M.K IfT TftAl>K — - team* mulos. 1 ttuM horns nnd liiinu^s. - wm?on>, FreHno*. Inquire < 'n i i Hotel, ph-ni* '• KOft -H-fr s'dftn, firM clasH shnp«- J9HU moilfl; two r show .-uses; on- ; bilt no 11 r usr: two new Simmon:; b«-<ls j complete. Inuniro ('oiijcr* ss Hotel. •J9:.r5lp KOn &ALK —Cozy furnishod house cheap! if boajfhi uow across from Murklft.&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 November 1927

THB BORGSR DAILY HEKACD SUA!, IV U V R<m n&Iv a, I IBY TO MEET AMARILLO JOE. MAT TONIGHT Tonight the famous Bobby Chick, wrestler, who has trampled all op- ponents into a dismal background, will take on another in his class, in "Amarillo Joe" Kopecky. Am- arillo Joe, despite his oftimes in- dlgereut attitude toward fans, likes applause as much as any wrest- ler. and it is presumable that he would rather throw Chick than any man in the Panhandle, for on one occasion he did. and when challenged at the coliseum last Thursday night, he heartily re- plied that he would meet Chick anytime and anywhere- Chick is in the best of condi- tion and looks with indifference at the wi!y Chick, whom he believes will be another added to his long string of victories alter their meet- ing tonight. Should Joe win to- night's engagement, no doubt he will give the crowd the bantam rooster boy, which followed a re- cent victory here over Bobby San- dow, and stut nonchalantly from the mat. Fans are l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 November 1927

•v WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER Phone 13 ALL DKPAKTMI&NT8 J OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BOKGEK, TEXAS * ♦ VOL. 1—NO. 296. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS OFFICERS GIVE THEIR VERSION OF FIGHT FIASCO if- & * * y. * * * * # * At ^ * If. -V- ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ Y* ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * Trial Of Harry Sinclair And Albert B. Fall Reset For January 16 ^ -Y- * -Y- * Y- Y- * -Y- # Y- Y- Y- * Y- V ¥ ^ ¥ Y- •'£ Y- * * # # * * * V * * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ # # * REDUCTION OF KEY RATE INSURANCE FOR BORGER IS NOW IN SIGHT o. IMPROVEMENTS ARE PROMISE!) 8 y CITY dais Adams Street Crossing Will Be Fixed, Now Con- sidered GREAT WHITE WAY Four and Six Inch Water Mains Will Be Laid at Early Dale The proposition of the crossing over the Fe at the exremity of street has been taken fixing Santa Adams up and is being considered by the fail 1*0ad and the city commis- sion, according to an an- nouncement made this morn- ing. The Panhandle Power and Light company has informed the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 November 1927

. './ xJi t 1 msp-v Bmy PAGE TWO THE BORGER DAILY HERALD | *■ . , -v •. .- ', FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1927. The Borger Daily Herald •if it llM Morning, bj WiSUM FOBUIHUI OOMPAirr. Ia«. 1. - D. KOBRI8 — Mil: S. WELSCH Mtuiatiu* KUiior HAOOAED Adv. Msnagtr BHlered as second-class matter November 23, 1926, at the post of- Oce at Borger. Texas, under the ad ot March 3, 1897. Th« Anopiatoti Pren la exclusively fntltUc t.i fbe amu for republication of >11 oelfi tflnp*ti'lt"P fr«tHled to it or not otlierwi*, cradiUil to this paper and alio the lore.' ■ «w> publiahcd herein. BFB8CKIPTI0N RATES HY M'AII. Is ADVAKCK —ONE YKAR— < t I 1 TKAR MO. MO. HII • >«aln( and Sua. I7.SU $4.u0 2.00 70. «reui K Only 6.00 2 65 1.00 60i "loadar Only 2 50 >.95 .70 #0 Far Week !(Oc 0A( KINR IN Month 70c CITY Per Jy Y j* $8.00 lei All unsolicited article*, manuscript!, t«rs and pictures ■Bin to The Herald ar t«i*t at owners risk, and the publishers ex praaaly repudiates uny liability or respons* bilH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 November 1927

H • • FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1927. THE BORT3ER DAILY HEKAED PAGE THREE JOE KOPECKY IEFEATS CHICK IN FAST BOUT Bobby Chick was defeated by Joe Kopecky last night in what prov- ed to bo one of the trickiest wrest- ling matches ever held in Borger, iu two successive falls. In the preliminary Bull Young threw Dutch Bedke in 30 minutes, al- though there was some Question in the mind of the victim whether his back was 011 the floor or not. In the main go Chick and Ko- pecky rushed each other madly and at times threatened to go out of the ring, while tangled head and feet. The referee himself, in an effort to keep the boys on the mat, became enmeshed with the wrig- gling men. The first fall came, in fifty min- utes after a series of headlocks had been piled on the wily Joe. Chick had lost one headlock and rushed for another when Joe suddenly crabbed him and obtained a crotch hold and the fall was obtained by a body slam. The second fall came in thirty- two minutes with the same holds, althoug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 November 1927

.,,... ' ''-r ■ J <; .'. 927. € ; ;v What Do People Want? Do the people want lower electric light rates? Do the people want lower gas rates? Do the people want lower water rates? Do the people want lower telephone rates? Do the people want an extension of the electric light system? Do the people want an extension of gas lines? Do the people want larger gas mains? Do the people want an extension of the water svstem? %> Do the people want the city to be paid a com- pensation for electric light, gas water and telephone franchises? Do the people want the City Peace Officers to continue to be on a salary? If so vote for the New Charter and give the City Commission the power to regulate these matters. "Better Be Safe Than Sorry" Tuesday November 8th. 1627 Election to be Held At the New City Hall back of the jail. | «■ nanrttw mm ««• m or > iM wwwwwmtw HMfoMp Wmsm ' * -.rem. f' THE BORGER HERALD ' VH "•.,1 i + I + S I i | * * |ff|er than Me in JVkiattomn j i • • I • ) •

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 November 1927

THURSDAY, NOVKJV1BKK 3, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY 1IEKALD PAGE FIVE Mother of Eleven May Get Life Bride's Helmet LEGAL NOTICES When in Auiarillo Park Your Car at By Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results ' . ,, • | ■ H "*** t ' */...* i > RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word. All * want ads are cash in advance. ^ IHOM MUM IK I 121 — A. I'. & A. M. > ^ ' 1 e • Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days, Visiting Mas- ons invited. Odd Ffcllowa Meet, every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. )P. Hall 1-2 block wsst: Fraznr Hotel. ■— BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn n 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 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 delive...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 November 1927

PAGE SIX |™gui ii 'H ' I fi fl o I M ' II i\h COOPERATION IS WATCHWORD AMONG RADIOS OUTSTANDING FOOTBALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. With Scores When Same Tennis Met Last Reason EAST WASHINGTON (£>) — Cheeking the frequency ->f transmitting sets is one way in which the Bureau of Standards cooperates with radio broadcasting stations. Since the strict ruling of the Federal Radio commission that as- State College, Pa signed frequencies be adhered to within 0.5 kilocycles, many devices used by stations to observe the rul- ings have been calibrated by the government standards experts. "A broadcasting station must ex- pend considerable money and time in order to maintain its assigned Hartford, Conn. -Trinity frequency," says L. J. Hriggs, of the Bureau of Standards- "A suitable device which will in- dicate the frequency at which the broadcastiug station transmits can not be made up from odds and ends secured at random. This fact is not appreciated by al broadcasting st...

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

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1927. >'*•A )) 3 * 0 ) II rf FANHKOLI SCOUT TELLS OF EXPLOITS AUSTIN, Texan. • The swash- buckling, pioneer days when the Indians and t lie plainsmen took shots al each other and craftily stalked anions the pussy willow foliage festooning the Brazos river were recalled here recently by a ral old timr, Col. W. B. Hicks, iiO, of Texas and Oklahoma. He is known in plains tales as "Crow Scout Curley." He is rid- ing horseback to New York and Washington to visit President and Mrs. oColidge and see about colv lectins an estate of $8,000,00 to which he is sole heir. Col. Hicks' story of his lift sounds like a boy's story book. He has credentials to show that he was with (Sen. George uCster as a scout in the last battle of the Little Bighorn in Montana, when the famous lighter was killed. Fifty years ago, Col. Hicks ser- ved a term ay a captain in the Tex- as Ranger force, later he was a crack rider and pistol shot with the first Buffalo Bill show. Riding into Austin ...

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

- MP ' •'!% .■ • - . i .V. '. ,£S' . VW'l ;> THE BOROER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1927. MOW N POP J I j AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD By Taylor I! - i t f i f "■ "Mi .INE SEEM (MM TOR TEM HC V DALLAS, Texas, {&)—A three- day Stewardship Budget cotffer- euce will be held in connection with the annual state B. Y. P. t'. convention at San Antonio Nov. 2+-26, it has been announced from officers of the Baptist general con- vention here. It will be attended by Bap- tist pastors and church workers from all over the slate, and will be' the only meeting of its kind this year. Under the guidance of R. A Scranton, Dallas, budget secretary of the Baptist church convention o'! Texas, two-hour programs will be held daily featuring problmes of church stewards. "Stewardship of Life" ic The sub- ject of an address which will be presented by Dr. A. L. Aulick. pastor of the University Baptist church, Austiu. as the opening number ou the program. Mr. Au- liffh will be followed, after a short co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1927 -■ wM THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Fi^CKLES AND HIS FRU NOT SO By Blosser! PAGE NIN0 AS YOU'D THINK t'eelinK centers in the extreme of Montana, bonier and In y Villi By 1UHINKV IH'Tt'HHIt Nea Service Writer WASHINGTON Here In the ef- fete eaat, where almost anyone l'rom west of Chicago is regared as ii radical, many persons regard Senator Hurton K. Wheeler of Mon- tana as a radical who will hear watcli in if Especially here in the sniun na- tional capital it is felt that il Wheeler isn't a radical there isn't one ui the Senate. nlit out in Montana, one learns wLtli astonishment, Wheeler is be ins panned as a reactionary. Some Of the voters out (here are much more radical than Wheeler and if there were enough of them, as there aren't, Wheeler might be de- feated in Ills campaign for re-elec- tion next year The anti-Wheeler in Sheridan county, northeast section lions the Canadian North Dakota. Experts say that a more radical section in t try than Sheridan county fo...

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

rW'" ■ life msmm PAGE TEN' SOUTHWEST GAS MEN TO AID THE EAST HOUSTON, Teaxs, (/p) — The north and east is to call upon Tex- as and the southwest for men and information in the gas business. Major Alexander Forward of New York, managing; director of the American (las asociation, said here In an address today before the 'southwest pas convention. Manufactured Kas men are look- ing to the natural gas men of the southwest for considerable know- ledge that has been developed in laying long gas mains, and in other pioneering work in this section said Major Forward. Since the amalgalion of the Am- erican (las Association with the Natural Gas Association of Ameri- ca. which was effected last summer, the interests of the t\vo branches of the business are one, he declared. l/or« Distance It has been pointed out that the manufactured gas business is now entering the field of long distance transmission of gas. a field which ha been the special province of the natural gas men. "1 venture to say....

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