ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Borger Daily Herald Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 11,704 items from Borger Daily Herald, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
11,704 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 November 1927

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1927. )■11 1 i.1 i -i.j.11;'■>'.■i |i.wiii'ii!1 ' i —— BORGER DAILY HERALD t Outstanding pootball games sche SATURDAY, NOVEMtER 12 for Twrnistin 'itM' Seiwdti '' '' > EAST Nfcw Haven, Conn.—Prinbeton (10) vs. Yale (7). New York—Notre Dame (7) vs. Army (0). Hanover, N. H.—Cornell (.24) vs. Dartmouth (23). i'bnadelphla—Pennsylvania (3) vs. Columbia '10). Syracuse, N. Y.—Syracuse (10) vs. Colgate (10). Cambridge, Mass—Brown (21) vs. Harvard (0). 8]tnt<> College, Pa.—Penn State vs. New York University. Williamstown, Mass,"—-Amherst (20) vs. Williams,(6). Pittsburgh—Ilttsburgh vs. Nebraska. Morganlown, W. Va.—West Virginia (18) vs. Davis & Elklus (fi). Boston— Boston College vs. Georgetown Rochester, N. Y—Wesleyan (27) vs. Rochester (C). Providence, It. 1.—Providence College vs. Fordhain. New Brunswick, N. J.—Lehigh (14) vs. Rutgers (0.1. Orong, Me.—New Hampshire (14) vs. Maine (7). Kingston, It. I.—Conn. Aggies (33) vs. Rhode Island State (0). Burl...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 November 1927

FOUR OKU THE BORGER DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1927. m v.. Sv V \ V > >• ", i ' . *> THE ©PPORTOMiTY A LIFE TIME NOW TARES YOU IN Tl msmm COMING? mm mm m i Zs By Joe and Jack the Bankrupt Buyers of At of A Straight Forward Message About Good Merchandise afc Prices That Bring Remarkable Savings. We artioing B to Face With the Price Tags You Will Acknowledge that it is the Buying Opportunity You Have Been Waitif. It's AT THESE PRIC n; LOOK! Buy KOTEX 39c 3 to Customer '■ 4 •'*•"* I .J ' * . * 1 " / ; 'V ; O. N. T. Cotton Thread 3 For 10c Men's 35c MERCERIZED LISLE HOSE 18c Per Pair Pvlen's Paris GARTERS For Only 19c Per Pair frZHwmBB-: \ MEN'S DRESS I |sey G Socks, 25c value, | & hea^j all colors, buy | f' now 1 C now, for only, per | AOc pair 10c | Per Pi m tS3k j*S ^ <*. / <*Sv —Tl% ^ mittr, M CRETONNES 25c values, yard wide goes at, per yd. Silk Embroidery Floss, regulary 5c value, now 2 for Famous McCail PATTERNS Y our Choice Ladies Silk UNDERWEAR At Ba...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 November 1927

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Hi of Dry Goods Co. at on the e a racing Behind the Bush. Come to The Store and See With Your Own Eyes and When You Stand Face jWaitr. It's a Big Store I"u 11 of High Grade Merchandise All Marked at Bargain Prices. COME, BUY, IESB PRICES. i 0 II IssrassB ays p | fsey Gloves be, If fi heavy, 25c ' ' now 15c Per Pair Bleached Muslin 15c quality, in- cluding Hope, must go, yd. 10c Turkish Towels Regular 25c value Now, each 15c SAN SILK 10c value, buy now> 4 spools for 25c Men's Boston GARTERS 50c values now 30c Per Pair We are proud To offer the people of Borger and community this high grade stock of ladies, men's and children's ready-to-wear, dry goods, shoes, notions, in fact everything for the entire family at the lowest prices possible. All heads of families should take advan- tage of it. Come see the Bargains. Consider the values, then let your sense of economy guide you in making your purchase. JOE AND JACK, The Pr...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 November 1927

5 BORGER DAILY HERALD tOXIM SHOW The Legion card was a mighty good one all the way through. ac- cording to the fans, who gave vent to their pleasure by constant cheer- ing of the fighters. Jimmy far- ter in the main go with Phil Kirkham, gave the fans a demon- stration of calosthentic exercises, and the Yale, Oklahoma, boy gava Jimmy almost a blow 10 blow re- turn- These boys were without a doubt the main goers for they furnished plenty of action from the first to the tenth round, and the decision was so close that an arrangement has been made for them to meet again this Saturday night. In a special eight round event Teed Kshelman and Huckshot l'ee- ples landed a few lusty blows, Teeds apparently getting a little the worst of the fight although he drew the blood from Buckshot's lip in the first round. Teed show- ed fans last night that lie was in better condition than a lew weeks ago when lie met Hobby Vincent and no %>ubt with a little more road work lie wil be able to shake up ...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 November 1927

U'r lie J to |he led Imi I iu |(iy lil'e Ills liic i t' . m ■ V** f .. t* f -4" V • . ' vw* V ' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, tM7. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PACE SEVEl^f ■MM 5 OUT OUR WAY ¥« fin liy Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results By Williams [ RATESt Two cents per word per insoction, three insertions for five cents per word. , want ads are cash in advance. IHOM IjOIMJK , A. I * A. Stated meet- ings lirst and third Thurs- days. Visiting- Mus- ^on.s invited. I IS-IB Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday !j "y night at S:S0 at I. O O. T v. Hall 1-2 block w^ai Prazer Hotel. FOR *ALE J UU SAfiK -Beautiful room lv i; «•- Mir rounded by jfrufc* and • hrubber*. I ur nitthi'd and painted inside and out. Water ;ruR. lights. Mock south of frame ho- tel. S'ee ov.ner. 4 '*"1 :!,1> • i IOK SALK -l.alr I II ton. A I Address Bo .I'.'l. '•JU iteo Speed v. .1 Ron. < :><iit oii. Mio"."" , horner, trvie *'-1 •tl BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By takinjr advantage of the Herald bargain day rale you c...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 November 1927

if N9W YORK &—When they meet N<Jtr« name's football machine No- vember 12 \V,ent Point's Cadets will have before them the vision of a hij>--shifting, twisting ball-carrier, raetng over the turf of the Yan- ked Stadium behind a perfect scrcen of interference for a decisive touch- down in the game between these intersectional rivals a year ago. Christy Flannagan, a Texan, was th elusive youth who broke through Army's defense £or the only score of the 1!>2<5 game. Christy is again a star of Knute Rockne's cast. He already has treated the Naval Aca- demy in much the same fashion he did the Army last fall, so that the Cadets regard it as a matter of serylce "ootball pride and prestige to check Christy's marauding acti- vities in this year's game at the Sta- dium. But Flannagan isn't the only threat in this year's Notre Dame array. John Niemiec, punter extra- ordinary, is also an all-around star in the backfleld platoon that Rock- ne has developed to a high pitch of skill....

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

M- i't Ire la- iui be- |ts, lli- In- led V* SECTION ONE MMMNMfVMi OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITJT OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 MJJj DEPARTMENTS VOL. 1—NO. 302. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927. FIFTY PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BORGER LEGIONNAIRES INVADE AMARILLO * * * ^ # # * * * * * * * y .y. * *• * * * * * * * * V -Y- * * * * * ff * * * * WONDER CITY OF PANHANDLE IS HOSTESS TO FIRST CONVENTION Q- <y LEGIONNAIRES are welcome TO the town Greatest Oil Fields of World Will eB Shown You DuV-ing Stay APPRECIATE VISIT Peace and Quiet Reigns Su- preme and Everybody Is Happy Borger will be hostess (o her first convention Saturday, when it is ex- pected that approximately 5,000 will be here from all over the Pan- handle. Borger extends a welcome to the legionnaires, the men who offered themselves as a sacrifice on the al- tar of their country. This convention will advertise Borger as she should be. a peace- ful progressive city, a wonder city of the Northwestern sectio...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

SSIBHiBS THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, r Borger Daily Herald M 10a Bout* Mkla 8tr«OT, *91- nw; Evening Except litnlVi inud -y Moruiuf, by oD .■TOW—W, coAS$Sf,£Fua" MORBI8 fi. WELS( VBAL D. CHOPSIE S. WELSCH KAY HAOQA.KD Managar Managing Editor Adv. Manager NO WONDER HE'S MAKING A HOWL — Entered as seeontl-cluss matter November &S. 1926. at the poat of- fice at Borger, Texas, under the aci of March 3, 1897. The Amociated Press is exclusively entitled \ to the use for republication of all uew, | &i*palchvs credited to it or not otherwu* j credite-1 to this paper and also th«* Inra | •>*■ published herein. BY MAll. 8$flRCtiMPTION KATES advance —ONE YEAR— 1 0 TEAR MO. P*«aiin{ nd Sum. |7.50 i>4.00 Avoning Only 6.00 2.85 'iundar Only .2.50 1.35 BY CARRIER IN CITY We t Per Month 3y 20c 70c I8 8 MO $2.00 1.50 .70 Par u\' ; 70* 601 80* Y ja* 00 Ail unaolicited artleUa, manuscript!, lof ters and pictures went *o The Herald nr- tent at owners risk, and the publish...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927: fTHE BORGER DAILY HERAED PAGE THREE • if • OIL SITUATION IS IMPROVING; HIGHER PRICES "The oil situation shown further improvement with a possible rise ill the price of Panhandle crude the first of the year. further mprovement in the general petroleum situation is seen in the continued decline of production in the Greater Semin- ole area in Oklahoma, the liiain- tenance at a high level of con- sumption of petroleum products resulting in gasoline stocks b%ig at th lowest level, with the ex- ception of one month, since 1923, and the fact a still greater de- crease with take place between now and the first of the year On Tuesday of last week, production of the Greater Seminole area drop- ped below 400.000 barrels, and it is expected that the output oi' that field will drop to approxt- end of the year. All restrictions on shooting wells in the Seminole area, with the exception of the Little River pool, have been re- moved but it is believed what ever increase...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD : - •' . • i*n > m FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1327. Bp FEDERAL BOARD WASHING TON. (5. C.—That lb. Fedurul Oil Conservative Hoard !:■ insistent upon cation on conserva- tiou is shown by lUo issue of the following st at mem from the offices of. the board in the Department of the interior today: A committee of nine, r^pre^en- tmiving equally the tlowrnment. • he petroleum industry and Am- erican Bar Association, will likely soon be selected to draft the ten- tative legislation for the conserva- tion of th eoutry's natural petrol- eum resources: Secretary's kork. of the In: tr- ior's department. as chairman of the's oil board, recently in r,u ad- dress before tlit American 1!.:: A- sociation at Buffalo suggested tlu formation of a joint cotnmi :• definite steps to protect the rem. r.- in soil deposits of the couir.rj This action on the part r\ ;h thai: - mail of the oil board was pr..n::p<ii through an insistence of ;!:c i. industry that the constantly re- currri...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

THUU&DAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1927. TT'r" ' V : riiI3 BOEGBR DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVC , % <r i-bffJ-' -■ ... ... . ,-. . . ... . ... . . .. . Daily HeraldClassifiedAds j OUT OUR WAY 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 in advance. All (r=- ISOM LOlHiE 1242 A. 1\ & A. M. Stated meet- ings first antl third Tlmrs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. J Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. IF. Hall 1-2 block wyt Frazer Hotel. FOR SALE BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue of 3i5 1-3 per cent. Pretty good investment, isn't it? IIow 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- ...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

PAGE SIX mmmm THE BORGER DAILY HERALD - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. lf>27 1 I '' I I \ I m ft w d Jasrj BIG EXPANSION SALE THREE MORE i PAYS, SATURDAY.MONDAY&TUESDAY •*«* ^v.-: •; ¥': DRY GOODS GROCERIES Phenominal Event SUGAR Pure Cane 10-)h. Cloth Bags IGO-lb. Sacks $6.85 •4^^pvv;;:;X - r,y SILK U'NDIES Crepe de Chine, Satin, Pussy-Willow and Rayon, in fact all the garments that .have been selling up to $5.00 on sale $1.89 COATS Values to $25.00 SUEDES, BOLIVIAS, BUXSKINS VELOURS, SPORT PLAIDS, TWEEDS, ALL FUR TRIMMED. Plan to be here bright and early for the greatest coat bargains of the century. You'll be amazed at the styles and qualities. EVERY COAT TRIMMED WITH POPULAR FURS Sizes 18 to 44 48V2CI SPAGHETTI & MACARONI VF 25c POST TOASTIE iH, Large Size 75 Mawvcll House anil 'olgers, ll>. TAIjlj CAN Small Can ;>e I'. & IO bars BRAN FLOUR r e raeka&es ( hesterlteld, < ainels, Ln<!;\ Slrike, carton ! pkgs. _ 25< 21 Il>s. Kansas Wry Host No. li1!* Cans...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

•MfRSvi -V-« T- ..■ i A- ^ t f- , , FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 THE BOBTGER DAIEY HERALD PAGE SEVBH •) H •) * I) «) o LEGIOH HEAR MAKES PLEA FOR PEACE ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 11. (JP)— Edward E. Spaf'tord, national com- mander of the American Legion delivered the following address in St. Louis today. National Commander Spaffonl said in part: "It is strange that the (ireat War should he commemorated by the allies on the anniversary of the Armistice Who knows the ilat ■ of the Peace Treaty It is forgot- ten." Continuing Commander Spafford declared that "Armistice Day simp ly means the cessation of hostili- ties. In tiiis particular case cessa- tion of the most gigantic struggle ever entered into by mortal man. During the flood or during the glacial period humanity may have come nearer extinction, but never in battles between inen has the like of that struggle ever been se< n. We come not from a warlike people; we are content to live in j peace. We seek not to broaden our empire. We ente...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

■MR mm Spj i i j p 'WSlI: PAGE EIGHT FRENCH CHAMP AIMS TO PUNCH GREATER CHINS —— THE BORGER ———— DAILY HERALD . FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 11. 1927. CENSUS CHARGES CLOUD RECORD OF MRS. KNAPP AS N. Y. OFFICIAL NEW EMBLEM CHOSEN FOR HOSPITALS ! 1/. I<).\ ) ^rrwr:-."* Aii eiublam to rei>r*sfc^iit hospital wqrk throughout signed by Dr. William H. Walsh (right), executive Hospital association. The new symbol can ARMISTICE BALL Also TONIGHT Big '"blow-out" NOV. 11 Saturday November 12 Night TOKIG CLUB Black Aces, 10-Pieee Band PR: 1 I i ,. I £§ pp \sci:\i<<> XKW YORK (£>) Looking every inch ;s ti.pijter and ready to tackle any ami i veryone" to prove hi^ worth to title consideration, Tony As'celii io. re'atlic-rweight tit'leholder of France. is seeking world cham- pions to conquer. Tlifn'2-I-year old youth, of French and Spanish parentage, arived in New York 1'i'om Paris boasting a in-out! record.of triumphs in-Europe and South America and the reputa- tion of being the cleverest f...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FftlDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 THE BORGEP DAILY HERALD PIPAGE NINE > ♦ Mi *>\ r. • BORGER'S SCHOOLS REFLECT THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF TOWN ORGANIZED LITTLE OVER , ONE YEAR AGO Enrollment Climbed From 400 to More Than 1,000 First Month BONDS ARE VOTED i Marland Oil Company Comes to Rescue and Establish- ment of System organized state aid to accept of the town, the enrollment and take care of the l'u- necessary to formul- school build) ,s and The buildings were on credit witli the for the The Borger independent school district was organized July 28, 1926. It contains twenty-two square miles. The city of Borger is approximate- ly in the center of the district. As soon as the district was organized the following offi- cers were elected: John R. Miller, president. Haywood Moore, secretary. Mesdames J. C. Carroll, F. j E- Morley, L. E. Shisler and C. I C. Horton together with Ma-j jor Frank Turrentine made upj the board. This board se- lected teachers for the ensu- ing year. The dis...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

N* rv I Sill ? PAGE TEN THE BORGER DAILY HERALD @111* 3 # IP FATHER LEFT ON OIL BOARD — * „ \ ————— — . CURTIS, ONCE JOCKEY, DESCENDANT OF KAWS, OUT FOR PRESIDENCY MRS. DAWES PREFERS HOME LIFE AND RADIO TO SWIRL OF §OCIETY o~ \ . -II— ^1# KVANSTON, 111., (/Pi -Oiuj ;t oC Mvh. Charles Cues Dawns, shortly after her husband assumed the vice presidency. Rives I he key to her character. She refused to follow vice presi- dential precedent and live In a lio- i tel or apartment. She picked out j a comfortable house, with the j same homey look of the Dawes . mnasiou in Evanston, and her hus- j hand and their children. Dana, 14, land Virginia, 12 had a home even ' in the swirl of Washington affairs. C'aro Dawes, if she were sure she: were not evading an obligation^ j | would pas uii almost any sort oT ! an event to spend an evening at j I home with Dana and Virginia— j and the radio. She has known j wealth and position all her life, but her home, the rearing ol' her child- ren and the career ...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

, •-H'-'S FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1027. THE HORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVES! FOUGHT IN CHICAGO i&Oise >*vcvue.y **AVl<€.f3L a\\K% anp-T*&U£ 1 t H \ it i.i :s Ms i. i: v assistant <;i:\ki:ai, >ia\a(;k« % Ito'viiiji is jjiviny; I liieajjo new inipoilanrr in (lie spoils world, Mickey Walker, middle- weljjlit, and MiliO MeTlf^ni* mot November I in tli< liisi of three fights scheduled for lllis lllolllll. (Asoointod Press Snorts lOditor) CHICAGO—The invasion of Tex i Rickai'd, with his heavyweight r championship buttle between Jack! Dempsey and Gene Tuliney, has j made Chicago a boxing center in- stead of leaving a famine in fist- iana. as many predicted it would. i Since the battle of count" there has been activity here than at since the enactment of law a year game is on ably. Three title bout . .booked for November The Dempsey-Tunney affair ated fans, particularly among men, with the prospect that will attend "standout" boxing j shows in ever increasing numbers. Pr...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

i FACE TWELVE * waw^wBateawfra ® 30 '/w « r. ■: -. 'V •«. - i >•> •.,' %; . ■*. V *MSmH ym™ w. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ' .f " • ALEX SMITH EXPONENT OF HITTING ,. 1§B " sk. !/vrwi umo'^ "to ■tfuL orjj JPomc&X&I "mwi. Q/rMxJkaA. -$£. > p •^ItAsJL "3 j^XCt Ay NATIVE OF ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA — W«hSK&K By O. It. KEEIjEH Alex Smith, of the Smith Bro- thers, of Carnoustie, Soot land, is one of the pioneer Scottish profes- sionals in American golf, and by all odds the most whimsical charac- ter. A great golfer. Alex, and a for- mer national open champion; a man of vast native intelligence and common sense. A plain-spoken man with a rough tongue on oc- casions. and not too great a pa- tience with lady-like hitters of I lie little ball, either masculine or fe- minine—Alex was ever one to ad- vise you to hit it, and not try to cajole it. Alex and his younger brother Anti-Depression Restaurant Now Run in London LONDON QP)—An anti-depres- sion restaurant for shoppers on foggy da...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

SECTION ONE—A OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGEK, TEXAS Phone 13 VOL. 1—NO. 302. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927. PRICE PTVE CENTS ' BORGER WELCOMES THE LEGIONNAIRES TO METROPOLIS OF COUNTY * f) MORE THAN 300 EX-SERVICE MEN ARE WAGING BATTLE FOR LIFE IN KERRVILLE HOSPITAL United States Vcre- at Legion, amid the county, Texas, there l Over at the rails' hospital lulls of Kerr are today approximately, 36<! ex service men who are waging a bat- tle ot' life or death with that ili- Siduous arid dreaded disease—tub- erculosis. The hospital at Lesion was com- pleted in 1922 at a total ocst of $1,8:86,000, and was sold to the veterans' bureau, United States government in 1925 for $1,1X2.000. Out of the sale price the Legion received $129,511, which fund is still intact and invested in govern- ment Liberty bonds. This hospital is' one of the most modern and complete institutions for tubercular patients. Or. Or- ville 1). Westcott is the medical officer in charge...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

i in m I PAGE TWO Insurance Key Rate for Borger Is Exhorbitant t . ■ 1. M. Smiser. head of the Smiser Insurance agency of Burger, an old line company, lias done roeri- tious work in his efforts to bring :i lower Insurance Ve.v-rate 'K Bor- gfrr. A survey of the city was made 10 lfiontlis ago, when the town was composed mostly of wooden struc- i .. I. i ■ i mi ■ Turk Are .U American Razors to Shave Selves, t | OP) — Turkey, Com fifrrriy then tnoved to Amar- illci whfere he lived until Borger, the Wonder City, opened up and here he is and expects to stay. WASHINGTON once known as the land of the] heard appears to be shaving. At least that interpretation may be put upon Turkey's purchases 01 ;'2,259 dozen safety razors from; the United States in July alone. Norway was the second best eus- county ti mer buying 16,700 dozen and cfturts Italy look third with 5.184 dozens, as to County Judges Are Invited to Fort Worth Meet Four j vilations WORTH, Texas. (A3)—In- huve been sent out to judge...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x