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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 November 1927

WHY NOT BUY IT, IN BORGER 3W —. • OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 MJUL DEFARTUEKM "\vJE VOL. 1—NO. 297. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS >/m a PROPOSED CHARTER CAMPAIGN WAXES WARM * .y. * # H- H- * * * y }{. & * * * * * * V- %■ •"{• H- * * x -Y- •¥- ¥ ¥ ¥ # * * * #: 9 ♦ • • • Avery W. Millikin Pays The Penalty For Slaying Woman Realtor * * * * * # * * .V. ¥ 4; ¥ .y. .v. .v. .v. ■Y* -Y- -Y* Y" * •"£ * * # # * * * *:"• -Y- * * JF ATTEMPT MADE TO EXTERMINATE DALLAS NEGRO BY BOMBING HOME O- •Q NO ONE hurt: WHITES §8JECT TO NEIGHBORS Committee 011 Inter-Racial Re- lations Reported Feelings Amicable CITY ORDINANCE Neighborhood Around Exai! Park Is Where Encroach- ments are Felt DALLAS, Tex. Nov. 5. (AP) —A bomb exploded under a negro's home here today near the territory where the negro sections of the city meet. No one was injured. The commission on interrac- ial relations meeting here yes- terday were told that every- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 November 1927

Published at 103 South. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1927. HMMi r Daily Herald Bzoept Saturday and ou Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARREN PUBLISHING CO., Inc. tifti Street, Borger, Texas, every Evtntnix through th© week. are restful. They furnish a change in occupation ^pd make him forget the dull routine through which he has to go 'NEAL J), norris CHOF8TE S. WELSCH... .„ ft AY HAGGAR® ■ ■ j-; - -—fitf-- ■ • L Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager Entered as seepnd-class matter November 23, 192fi, at the post office at Borser. Texaa, under the act of March 3, 1S97. The Associated Pret?s is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited tq^it or nol otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news, published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year 8 mo. 3 mo. 1 mo Evening and Supday $7.50 $4.00 $2.00 70c Evening only 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Sunday Only 2.50 1.3a 70 30o BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month Hy Year 0c 70c $8 00 All unsolicite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 November 1927

r*r *' SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE SOCIAL NEWS nu MRS. HAGGARD PHONE 13 *■ -—n— SEASON OF HALLOWE'EN ENDS AND THANKSGIVING IS NEXT ON THE LIST By MRS. RAY HAGGARD Now that our season of Hallowe'en is over, Society has settled down for a few weeks until the Thanksgiving season opens. Hallowe'en seems to be the first date on the Fall Social Calendar, then Thanksgiving, glorious Christmas, New Year's, Valentine's and many before Spring begins. Last week was one of the merriest ever known in Borger. Of course the merriment continued until—well, some say un- til Tuesday morning of this week. The dance at the Tokio Monday night kept many of us out until the wee sma' hours of the next day. It was worth it, though. Every one seemed to have the most marvelous time. Masquerade dances are al- ways more thrilling and exciting than plain old dances, where we have on our very best frocks, and worry "because some one else bought that dress that we wanted so badly a...

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

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1927. lim* f, li- p¥j i hp* mm i I s J " B :* ' li SOCIETY (Continued tr<>m Page 3) Missionary Society Meets PERSONAL The Girl Scouts went on another hike. They left Friday afternoon and returned Saturday about noan. The Missionary society of the Presbyterian church met last Mon- day at the home of Mrs. Stallard at Marland camp. The meeting opened with the song, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Mrs. Miller led the devotional service, reading from Mark 16-15. John 3-1G. Each one present gave a sentence prayer. The lesson was on China. An article on China was given by Mrs. Bullock. "The Work of our Mis- sions" was given to Mrs. Lazur. Katnerine Miller gave a reading on "The Rt>ad to China." Mrs. Price gave a discussion 011 "How China received the medical aid sent by churches of the United States. The next number was a song by a ladies' quartet, which consisted ci' Mrs. Kickbush. Price, Siefkes and Saunders. The social hour was spen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 November 1927

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERAED Art. 1172, Statutes of 1925, provides: "Nothing in this charter shall prevent the.qualified voters of any city of over five thousand inhabitants from adopting any charter or amendment thereto, and at the same time electing officers under such charter or amendment." This is part of the Home Rule provisions of the statutes, in chap- ter thirteen of title twenty-eight. It contemplates that the people of the cities adopting a charter shall have a voice in selecting the officers to enforce it. The administration of the charter is far more important than the charter itself. Any charter offered for adoption by the people should provide for the election of the officers created by the charter. Bo You Know? None of the officers now holding office in the city hold their offices by election. The people affected by the policies pursued by its officers have not been consulted in the matter of the selection of their city of- ficers. Any charter off...

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

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD mv> 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 i;i advance. All >WWWHWMWW _—_ ISOM LODGK A. V. X A. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. m Odd Fel\owa Meet every Wednesday night at S: 30 at I. O. O. | p. Hall 1-2 block west Frazer Hotel. FOR SALE KG 11 SALE—Ji-rooin furnished hou.se iintl lot with gftrnRt'. Loeiit« d i n best resi- dence part of Isom. Splendid neighbors. Priced to sell, Part rash. terms. Ail clrrRx, P. O. box 121 1 'J'J7-wtp FOR SALIC—-Modern room house villi bath completely furnished, with one ~ room apartment in rear with hot and cold running water. This property is on e> oeptional value, either n- a homo or an investment. See M. Pea roe, 1" irst Na ional bank -96-JItc NOKTH W K>ST ATI KANSAS LAND FOli sale, cheap. For part iculars. write L C. Watson, Pettigrew, Arkansas, hov 74. 20 6-Dtp FO...

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

| 1 SUNDAY, NOVKMBKK 6. 1927. j' i IIUU 'I. " ■'■mi. ii.wiiiip.il , •mmmrn • * ' .ir.-t fp(0k$ '<} 't >'. i -. - • fr., • v i I I • •' • ■< ♦ f ♦ * "*•. -"•= V •■•' >'• V- • ('Jt-j -VJ - -W i'N* 'V • • A ;: j..i. -i~-*£r "r-r^N What the Proposed Charter Will Do for Borger It wiii lower the electric Sight rates. It will lower gas rates. It will lower water rates. It will lower telephone rates. It will give an extension of the electric light system. It will give an extension of gas lines. It will give larger gas mains. It will give extension of the water system. I It will make possible a compensation to the city for electric light, gas, water and telephone franchises. >r, A4Vt/'iis-ei «r«s! a salary. Go to the polls and vote for the Charter and a Bigger and Setter Borger. Tuesday, Campaign Committee for the Proposed Charter Political Advertisement I.. ; : : > ' l . .i . ' ...

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

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, li Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn International Sunday School Lesson for November 6, 1927. General Topic:— Amos Pleads for Justice. Scripture Lesson:— Amos 5:1, 2, 10-15, 21-24. . Hear ye this word which 1 takp up for a lamentation over you. () house of Israel. 2. The virgin of Israel is fallen; she shall no more rise: she is cast down upon her land; there is none to raisp her up. 10. They hate him that reprcveth in the gate, and they abhor him that speaketh uprightly. 11. For as much thereforp as ye trample upon the poor, and take exactions from him of wheat: ye have built houses of hewn stone, but ye shall not dwell in them; ye have plant- ed plpasant vineyards, but ye shall not drink the wine thereof. 12. For I know how manifold are your transgressions, and how mighty are your sins, ye that afflict the just, that take a bribe, a^d that turn aside the needy in the gate from their right. 13. Therpfore he that is prudent shall keep silence in such...

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

•> L ** NJ •> WHY NOT BUY IT, IN BORGER Storgcf ffctilii Hcralti OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 AUj DJEI'AKTMISNTS VOL. 1—NO. 299. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS GOOD VOTE IS CAST, BOTH SIDES ARE HOPEFUL ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ X. X. X. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * * ^ * * K & & & # .y. .y. .y. ^ AMERICAN LEGION ANNOUNCES PROGRAM FOR COMING CONVENTION * * * ^ ^ ^ .y. y. y. <y * * * # * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ rf' "Y* ^ rY <¥• y. y. y. y, y. .y. H* H* H* Exploding Bomb Wrecks Theatre, Church In Hammond Indiana WANT STORES TO TAKE ROOM IN BIG PARADE Prizes Will Be Awarded for the Best Floats Exhibited LINE OF MARCH Program Includes Addresses by Several Notables in the Organization THEIR WORK ENDS OIL TRIAL The American Legion post requests that every merchant who desires to enter a float in the parade Saturday, see Adjutant E. B. Huddleston at Central Drug Store with ref- erence to...

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

PAGE TWO Daily Herald rnfeuik*« t 10a Sontk MiJn 8tr««t, Bur ■•r. Toxna. «v«rj Evening Except Uaturdk? tad ob Sunday Morning, by ■U —WABKEN rUBLIIHIIII COMPANY, lao WSAL D. MORRIS CHOPSIE S. WELSCH RAY HAGOAED ' NOVEMBER TUESDAY, THE BORGER DAILY HERALD * . M*n** i .Managing Ktlitor Adv. Manager Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1926, at the post of Oce at Borger, Texas, under th* ac> of March 3. 1897. Tho Asaociated Prea* is exclusively entitle* to th# use for republication of all new* dinpateh a credited to it or not otherwi** credited to this paper and also th* loc* •ews published herein. WOMAN HITS POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT 8CTB80H1PT10N RATES FY ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— * f TEAR MO. and Sua. $7.50 $4.00 livening Only 5.00 2.85 lunday Only 2.50 1.85 MAIL Par Wee* 20c OARKTER IN CITY Per Month 70c ft MO. $2.00 1.50 .70 Mt 7 h. 50' HO 3r Y j $8.00 All unsolicited articles, mannsrriptp tars and pictures sent to The >?nrnld ar' Meat at own era risk, and the publishers ex praas...

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

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1027. . THE BOftGER DAILY HERALD PAGE • « * &-i' • Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per inseetion, three insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. .All fr^ ISOM I.OIKii: I'-MU A. I-. X A. M. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Odd Kellows Meet every Wednesday _ night at 8: HO at 1. O. 0. |F. Hall 1-2 block ws t Frazer Hotel. OUT OUR WAY / By Williams BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue of .'<•'! l-'J per cent. Pretty good investment, isn't it? IIow can you people who are reading the Ilerald anyway afford to pass up Bargain Days? The paper costs you twenty cents per week delivered al regular price and for the next six weeks we are offering you still a better Herald delivered at you door in the same faith- ful wajy for only $6.00 a year. This offer is not open indefinitely but is onl...

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

• • -* "s-7 1 1 • . <*''■ PAGE FOUR TIIE BORGER DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1927. I I K « I SEVILLE TO MIX WITH ? BOXING BOUT Wednesday night one of the best vaudeville entertainment programs yet held in Borger will be given "by the American Legion at Legion Home. Three lieadllners will be on the bill. The vaudeville will entertain the fans with music, singing and danc- ing in a fashion t'.iat will be en- joyable to everybody. In the boxing Jimmy Carter will meet Mike Kilrain in what promises to be one of the best ten round bouts ever staged in the oil city. Kilrain has seven straight knock- outs to his credit and Carter has a string of knockouts and decisions extending over a period of several months. Not long ago Carter met Bobby Vincent, undisputed cham- pion of Oklahoma and fought him to a ten round draw, in what fans declare was one of the best mat- ches ever held in that city. In the next bout, an eight-round semi-final Teeds Eshelman will meet Buckshot Peeples, who t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 November 1927

■ 4) # > '• 'V- Wfj PATRONIZING HOME IN DUSTRIES IS HELPING TO FEED THOSE THAT FEED AND CLOTHE YOU. — ir1-^ OFFICIAIi PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS ALL DEPARTMENTS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1927 VOL. 1—NO. 300. ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE FIVE CENTS « •4 1 CHARTER CARRIES BY MAJORITY OF 227 VOTES * * * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * * * * * # ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ # # * * # Y* ^ ^ *{••{•*{• *f. if. Sf, if* if* if* * * * Board Of Trade Considers Going After Extension Of Kelt Line * * * .v. .y. .v. .y. .y. .y. y. .y. .y. # # * # ¥ * * * * V * * * * * * * * 'i* H* Af* * * * 12,842,000 BALES OF COTTON IS THE ESTIMATED YIELD FOR 1927-2S Q GINNINGSII TEXAS PLACED AT 3,395,902 Yield Per Acre in This Slate Estimated at 126 Pounds FUTURES SLUMP QUEEN OF THE GRAPEFRUIT Report For Month Ago Esti- mated Production at 12,- 678,000 Bales WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 9. (AP)—A cotton crop of 12,842,000 bales of the equi- valent weight of 500 pounds this year was indicated by the reports to the department of Agricultur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 November 1927

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1927. Pa. hard pull . M 1M SMta lUa Mtm*. * ' «j«r Et«o1b« Szupt •obAit llotsiag. br ■tniB—wa£K2x ruauasnr* COMPACT, Uc ■VAX. D. VOBB1B CHOP8IE S. WELSCH RAT HAGGAEU MkDil'' V.r.tiii Adv. Sstcred as second-class matt®' Nov®mb*r 28, 1926, at ihe post of flee at Borger, Texas, under the ac of March 3. 1897. Tk« Auocif.eJ ?rm >• en!a i tly entitle' I'i tk* at® ft>r repKblijftt'wn of ah d:*P lfli" er*di*.cd I© il or r.o; oth^r-* . rrwitci lo thi* paper nd •!«> I t*w* published herfib. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BT UAI1. ADVANCE —ON* YEAR— TIAtt 110. MO. M< £v«ming and Sa . |4. jo «><> 7 Arming Only 5.00 2 35 1.50 6 lujidsj Only _-2.50 1.S5 ?•' 3* BY CARRIER IN CITY F&r We«t Per Month 3y ^ - 20c 70c • All unsolicited article, nftaufrrii'tr tert and picture! Kent to The H "h " *' Mat a>*. owner® r:ek. and the pubiifcher® ex IfTtulj repudiates any iiabiliij or rtr%pou man for :aeir safe custody or rtuiru. . l «, care will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 November 1927

■MHPMM 4 THANKS Y I y • # We want to thank the people and voters of Borger for their loyal support in adopting the charter as presented in the election yester- day. The present administration deeply appre- ciates the confidence expressed by the voters and pledges to do everything possible to de- serve that continued confidence. , s , -Mi •?.>•* I There is no animosity for those who opposed the charter and it is the desire of the City offi- cials to work hand in hand with the entire citi- zenship to make of Borger a Great city in which to live. i i i i i i f At COMMITTEE

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

THE BOftGER DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER t>, ®f iCKS SOONERS TO MIX SOON Glorifying the American Male PHIL KIRKHAR! Flag Oath Breaks Up Family Borger's Future Looks Promising Declares Kearns Wf FAYRTTEVILLE, Ark., (A5! With the eyes of sport fails in this state turned upon (lie University ! of Arkansas. preparations are going forward to handle the lars- j out crowd to over witness a same i on Hazorback Field iiere Satur- day when the Porkers will clash with the Oklahoma Aggies in tin former's annua) Homecoming Day . coutest. Coach Schmidt and his squad of 22 grid warriors returned to Kuy- etteville Monday from their vie torioua Invasion of Texas where they ended the two-vear reign of the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs over Arkansas. The Uazorhacks 10-:! aerial vie tory over the Frogs intrenched the Porkers in second place in the : Southwestern conference standing. with the championship remaining as an outside possibilitj Al- though Arkansas has completed her conferen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 November 1927

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1927. PACK FIVE THE BORCEK DAILY HERALD OUT OUR WAY By Williams Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ada For Results RATES* Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. ^ H IHOM UdHiK 1241! A. r. V A. SI. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. r Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8: SO at I. O. O P. Hall 1-2 block w=,st Frazer Hotel. FOR SALE FOK KALE Two 1 room houses one block from paving, gas lights and watt i-. South par! of town. ?4ee llond at ('it; Hull. 'JiHi-tf FOR SALE 10 room house on paved street. Oenison, Texas, lor Border pro peri v. Set* Mrs. Turner at Panhandlr Hotel: MO 8tc FOK SAJ.K -Sot of trap drum- .«>d bargain. Call h r Jlrs. M. It. M< In tyre, half mile north town at Skelly Camp. .... :;'l> FOR. SALK 1'I2 I'.nglish White Leg horns now luying 7 do/.en egg* dail\. Al a henhouse and equipment Kuquire Checkerboard Feed Store. " tp FOii ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 November 1927

THE BfOltGER DAILY HER'ALD v . .* y . WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1927. ISSUES HIS STATEMENT Mayor Glenu Pace this morning in expressing his appreciation of the outcome of yesterday's election on the adoption of the new city char- ter, which resulted in a vote of 334 for, compared with 107 against, issued the following statement: "On behalf of the other city offi- cials and myself, I wish to express to the good citizenship of our progressive city sincere appreciation for their support in the election held yesterday for the new city charter. "We feel that we have the sup- port of that class of people who stand four square for the advance- ment and betterment of Borger. We have tried to give the people the best there was in us. We have fur- nished them with a new sewer- system to protect their health, pro- vided a system that supplies pure water, now are finishing a new city hall that will be a credit to the city and the citizenship that made it possible, and our Main street is now being p...

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

PATRONIZING HOME IN- DUSTRIES IS HELPING TO FEED THOSE THAT FEED AND CLOTHE YOU. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITS' OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 Ai.fj DEPARTMENTS) VOL. 1—NO. 301. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS BORGER TO FITTINGLY OBSERVE ARMISTICE DAY * * * * * * * * # * * # * -V * y y ^ ^ 3ft * * * * * V ,y, -v. jf. # 'Y* -Y- * * * Campaign To Get Support For Boy Scout Movement Is Planned * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ****** ****** *** AGREEMENT ON FARM RELIEF MEASURE HITS THE ROCKS TODAY o O O O 9 BILL FAILED WHEN VETOED BY PRESIDENT Claimed Law Was Unconstitu- tional and Too Patroniz- ing, Reasons GETS TELEGRAM Governor Weeks of Vermont Wires President About Flood Situation WASHINGTON, Nov. 10. (/P) The equalization fee in 'the Me- Nary-Haugen farm relief bill has again proved a stumbling block for and agreement 011 such a measure between the three major agricul- tural organizations. A meeting is being held here to- day to effe...

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

t w t NOVEMBER THE BORGER DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, Herald AMERICA FIRST PlibtlsH«4 At JUS aoutl M*ln straot, Km Kxcopt ftatnrdny tpr, T«x« , wbrv :\ng B) «l«n ftwiday Moroiug, toy *U*M—WARBEN PUBLISHIS* - CQMPANY, Iao. VBAli D. JTOBRI8- cuoj 8ir s. wfilsch bay haggard .... Manau** Managing Editor Adv. Manager Epierod as second-class mat to* Noveiubor 23, 19 26, at ihe post ot flee at Borger, Texaa, under the aci ot March 3. 1897. The AfiHociated Presa if. exclusively entitle . to the uso for republication (>t ull new- 1 dispatches credited to it or not other credited to thin paper and also Ui« l «a bows published heroin. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAII. t" L ADVANCE —ONE YEARr— i*o8 > YEAR MO. HO. U ■reming and Sua. $7.60 $4.00 $2.00 7<r Evening Only 5.00 2.85 1.50 5< lundaj Only 2.50 1.85 BY Par Weot 20c CARRIER IN Per Month 70e Ail unsolicited articles, manuscripts li- tem and pictures senv to The TT-- ld *• ■snt at owners risk, and the publishers ez Jiretsly repudiate., any ...

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