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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11-10*7. — 1 ■ ■ Kin iim «ii i ■ THE BORGER DAILY HERALD \ f MniMHMM) PAGE THREHJ .'ft. t > W WH W WWWWWWiW HW M CONGRATULATIONS We Congratulate Borger and Hutchinson Coun- ty on the Splendid Program of Permanent Mu- nicipal Development that is now Being Carried out. Also upon Being Fortunate Enough to se- cure such an Important Gathering as the Divi- sional Convention of the American Legion. C. EDGAR HONNOLD DEALER IN MUNICIPAL SECURITIES First National Bank Building Oklahoma City, Oklahoma A

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

BSH p| PACE I5,OUR >jfcfc.-y-,>-'-'Clf,-*i>;l<e> if a m T>- r-—« RIO THEATRE ■p t M I* > 1 f-y J- i w « m H jj .V * ir « *# W L i r-^it *^te.\S? vv xxv2^ Bey FARMER IS THEATRE MAN THE BORGER DAILY HERALD " 'j 1 qayti and opened on July 10, 1926 burning on December S. It was re built in March of this year. At the present time and during her of one of the first picture op- erating unions west of the Miss- issippi. Southern Women Honor Admiral And His Bride Diagonal Stripes u Then Morley went to Lcv.ision. Montana, and installed the first, i„ «. . i.„„„ ,n„ moving picture machine in that city hl* -slll> here- Morlc> haK been <liH" | and was its first operator in a the- trict manager and overseer of con- i at re owned by John H. Smith. Dur- struction of seven theatres for his ling his stay in Montana the state! (.()nipany, one respectively In Pani- 1 opened up land for homesteaders. • , Kred K. Morley. manager of th- i Morley deciding that farming would !'"...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

friday, november 11. 1927 ,,, THE BORGER DAILY HERALD pa<2e ptmte "t fetv <4 #*■ ft" c I y i $ * I 'V i f 1 I i: ■ Vice Commander Of Post Is One of Live Wires E. J. Luhn, lirst vice cdmman- ,ci«r of Hutchinson County Post, has' been active in Legivn vlvtijtfH after' his discharge from the su'm.V was Vice 'president of the K'fwunls club of Mineral Wells, and lias been a traveling salesman for ., .'iftVen years. When the lof'al post nfifflertook tl)e publication of t<he . _,egion edition, 'Mr. Liiltn wa.i ap- pointed managing editor and has devoted hi.s~ entire time in secur- ing advertising and Legiqp news iRMISTICE RECALLS HEROISM OF WILLIAM AMEY, WHO CAPTURED 50 GERMANS AND WON VICTORIA CROSS ?•( 4 K. .i. I,I ji\ for this edition, although ,va short lme before he had moved to Ainar- Jllo.' and it was with some, incon- venience he volunteered to return to Borger and help the local post make the convention a success. Vice commander Luhn , traveled for three years for the Tex...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

L/ ., f AfcE six THE StOR'GER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER \1, 1927 i . iative of Texas And Proud of It, Knows Hi# Grapes Hitch P. Paitou, manager of the M. C. Anderson Drug Store of Bor- der Is a native Texan, untl has been engaged in the drug business since his graduation from a pharmacy college in Wichita, Kansas, 14 years ago. His first experience was with the Owl Drug Company of Denver, Colorado, for whom he worked two years. lie later was employed with the Renfro chain in Fort Worth, and has been with the M. C. Ander- son company for two years, coming here from West Palm Beach, Flori- da, where he was manager of the Company's store there. The M. C. Anderson Drug com- j I BB||1 t l!®! I F /52L Texans Honored by Arkansans Enroute Home Mrs. P. M. Hardin of Harlingen, Texas, president, and Miss Ada May Maddox, secretary of th*> De- partment of Texas. American l,e- glou Auxiliary, stopped in Little Hock for a few hours between trains- Wednesday morning. They were on their way h...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

LEGION |j* (CONVENTION EDITION SECTION TWO ..VOL. 1—NO. 302. . H**; mojgjt ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGFR, TKXA8 BORDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 11)27. !Phone 13 ILL DEPARTMENT® \ PRICE FIVE CENTS mmw i w FIFTH DIVISION CONVENTION BORGER, TEXAS Hutchinson County Post No. 412 wel- comes Legionnaires and ail ex-service men to Borger on the occasion of the Fifth Division Convention. It is our aim to show you a good time. Fun and good fellowship will reign these two days. You will meet many of your old war buddies in Borger. Come out and let's settle once and for a!! "Who Won the War." 13, 1927 ■msslM h - L: .jf. ftvffrh iv'/ . "vj ufM H i?wi I C Si The Legion's Purpose Preamble tc the Constitution For God and Country, We associate ourselves together for the following pur- poses: To uphold and defend the Con- stitution of the United States of Ameri- ca; to maintain law and order; to fos- ter and perpetuate a one hundred per cent Americanism; to preserve the mem...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

/v !gl^; FRIi)A Y, NOVEMBER 11,1027 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD * *RAPS' OCEAN FLIGHTS IDEAL PLACTI ■for outings mm**** Close to Borger, Beautiful Canyon Is Scene of Canyon 50 lyi^ES AWAY *' "Pi <J> : - M a g n i I; c e nt Work- of. Nature Are Shown in Great Valley ?• \> ■ ' :. ><X > s^;i HAPIC C)(' !•; AX FL1CHT 14 LONDON (A1) Lord Thompson nr minister in the MacDonald la - I.or government. calls the passion for flying over Ihe Atlantic. "niag-i nificient. but not aviation. "It is something nice ceriain suicime to embark upon an Atlantic) Ilia: lit without proper care and i preparation. -No passenger should, o on a flight over the Atlantic while aviation has not mail* stu- ficient progress lo salt !> get ovei hundreds of miles of water vs tlie tormer air minister. "I 1111 against legislation prohibitin Atlantic flying, but something liouid lie done to stop what is 'ail uicide.' "Ii • eems to mo to he a question1 mi which concerted action could i alien b'v tin airme...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

fjPS THE BORGER DAILY HERAED A * V /• "fc 4T • • A The BORGER I INDEPENDENT SCHOOL, DISTRICT WELCOMES The 5th. Divisional Convention of the American Legion Nov. 12-13 Borger's 1,700 school children salute you! You met and successfully overcame the Great Emergency in 1917. The history of Borger's school system is one of "Meeting Emergencies." Under the greatest diffi- culties imaginable schooling was provided last year despite the tact that no funds were available othei than borrowed money. Public spirited citizens and warm hearted corporations loaned the school district an av- erage of $2,500.00 per month so that the education of the youth of this infant community might not be set back. Funds are now available from an estimated valuation of $20,000,000.00 and a third bond issue is about to be voted to provide additional buildings for the ever-growing enrollment. _ _ Members of the Board of Education:- John K. Miller, Pres. Haywood Moore, Secty. C. C. Horton Mrs. J. C. Carroll Frank ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

"the bobger daily herald - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 TO END DUPLICATION OF WORK k Iticiencv 1 MORE TEXAS FIRMS APPLY BR CHARTERS New Enterprizes Are on Increase in Lone Star State BUSINESS GOOD Commovcial Failures Fall Below the Mark of Summer Texas, Nov. 11.—"The new enterprises applying NKW YORK (/P) Ijoi-pminj' the watchword cjf worn -ii s organhiat ion a ml in : I: -it- forts to attain tliis goal, even rival groups are coo- • '.•alms; Leaders oi' the most influential women's clubs of thi.; country lu: > agreed to discuss wn s and to avoid duplication ei'tcut. -\t ■ present, many of them have pro- grams conc.!rnii: . v. i it m men and children, politics, junior education and g-enoral i uliurul tivitics of women wiiich though Interesting and valuable repe- lious. Delegates n-. m I ion- comprising the National Com -i! Women of the I'uited States v;x:i! attend the 14 th M:nn;il .• r which ii> president Dr. Valeria It. Parker of New York predic cooperative program v.iii lie ed....

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 THE BORGER DAIL1 /- *<r I fc i ir« 'Mxi o ur Hats are Off to You! * is I# 2 I* 1* I r I* I <• I# 1^ 1* I* I I# I ^ l< I* !/ I / I € I* J* | / 1* ; <• a v* I i* I* y I' I# 1 * I* * ' I * 3* # I* I# s B' 5* I* | / 1 ✓ | * 5* 2 *' I * I* I < 8* | * I* [ / I € a < I € 7 The Keys To The City Are Yours Is Proud To Entertain the American Legion of This Great Division of Texas L414%% HV The City of Borger is proud to have as its guests so many useful citizens of this great empire of West Texas, of which this city is so new a part. The city administration feels that Borger is honored by the convention here of legionnaires of this division. It urges the visiting veterans to feel that the keys of the Wonder City are theirs; that every courtesy is their due. The soldiers, the sailors, the women who wept when these men went to war and were joyful when they returned; all these the Citv of Borger welcomes to Borger's first convention. City of Borger GLEN...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

• A, ; THE B0RG1R DATLT HERAED FRIDAY, NOVEMBER l'l, 1927 r : ■■ ." - v.* - S BACKS ITS SCHOOLS r:v AND VOTES FOR BONDS In some (own a -"bond Mwp i« a' frcd rag. "More of the people's jHonev being spent," cry tlie old fo- geys. Unt in Horgor when money is needed for schools, the opposi- tion is neither seen nor heard. Noth- ing is too good for the children who are the future of Borger, the voters seem to think. Borger. springing up almost over night from the oil fields of Hutch- inson county, was not full pano- plied, as was Minerva, who was born miraculously from the head of Zeus all clad and equipped. Borger had to supply its hundreds of school children with facilities for education. Loans from patriotic firms and individuals tided over the first hard year; two •bonds issue.- put up a $o0Q,000 school system; Hnd now taxable values of $20,000,- 000 furnish money to operate that system. Overflow Crowds But $r;00,o00 worth of buildings (may not be enough. The young schools are overfl...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

" ' ' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1J, i^27 THE RORGER DAILY HERAHD CLOTHES OF ANCIENTS SHOCK MODERN MISS V ; -- I i mrnm Shoe Forces Prisoners to Watch Their Steps BEHMN (/P) (lermaii jailbirds will have a hard t lint- making a get-away once they begin to wear the specially devised "crooks' shoe" invented by ilu* Commissary of Criminal Cases of Magdeburg. The shoe is of sheet metal, lined on the inside with felt, so that it occasions no discomfort to (lie wearer. The lock automatically ad- justs iiself to the ankles in such a manner that the prisoner can move from place to place only by I walking slowly. Running or jump- Sing is impossible. It is claimed for the shoe that 'the hardness of the steel precludes | the possibility of its being filed j through. 10vetl an expert lock- smith. says the inventor, cannot j open the lock without a special ! key. The new invention is first to be tried out in connection with trans- ports of criminals from one place | to another, to prevent their es- ! cape ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER THE BURGER TTXTUT HERAED 4 GOLDEN WEDDING Finds Short Skirted Women Real Blessing i DESPITE FALL * FOR CANYON Urdy Flowers Weather! Autumnal Boosts of Panhandle MANY BUSHES {Vomen Urge Planting of Flowers in College * City |p CANYON, Nov. 11—Roses are {blooming by the hundreds in Canyon though the first of November is past and people are thinking of IThanksgiving and other late fall festivities. Although there has been one light frost here, it was not sufficient to harm the more hardy flowers. A cas- ual survey of some of the rose plots today showed many bushes with as many as a half dozen buds half open or in full bloom. Experienced amateur gardeners here say that roses offer the most flowers for the amount of work ex- pended of anything that can be grown here. Mrs. Agnes Smith, matron of Randall Hall, a dormi- tory which 'louses 125 girls, stated a few day? u$o that a small rose garden of hers had furnished roses ipr the tables in the dining room every day since l...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

I t THIRD SECTION OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS ALL DEPARTMENTS W VOL. 1—NO. 302. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS A PANORAMIC VIEW OF BORGER MADE FROM AN AIRPLANE ON MARCH 6th S -I'hoto by Mac's Studio. WATCH BORGER SMOKE STACKS LOOM UP LARGE More smoke for Borger. The Kosmos carbon plant soon will he converting the residue gas from the Borger field into earbon black, for use in rubber tires, in printers ing. in carbon paper, in innumerable articles of commerce. Borger's gas will print papers ail over I he world and will roll along the paved highways. Two units of the plant are now- ready for use. Three others are practically complete. The entire plant ( 1' seven units will be under full smoke by January 1, adding point to the Rotary clubs' slogan, "'"ollow tin* smoke to Borger." Arching over the town in a great, smudge of progress against the blue sky, that smoke will be one more mark of Borger's advance. The seven units of t...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1927 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ' WSBSmmmmUrnUk - ■ i ■■■ ■! ■ FOSTERS AMITY r's Financial Institution , ■ '*Bl ¥ v«a -u,-in- - '>%«# A i n cm a rr y Wholesale Only .yfwpVwf £ . '*• •1 #! j ,rf; list Bishop Babcock Fountains Mailander Fixtures m*wi WASHINGTON (/P) — National suspicion ii) lCurope (ire lessenmg with the nyread of radio. accordine to Heiivy l: EUenne. director of tile Interniatioiial Bureau of the Tfele- "WSm Maid of Honor Fruits & Syrups Goodrich Rubber Goods National Blank Books Ansco Films I \M — 'nolo it* t C * a. \ \ \ % i B \\ i graphic I' 11 ion at Berne, Switzer- land. M. Ktieune, who helped | organize the international Radip- i telegraph Conference meet ins horfe, belivees reception of broadcast pro- grams ovr the Kiiropean continent increase understanding and friend- ship among the nations. . . "Before the war. daio was prac- tically unknown to the people," lie explains. "After 1911 sending or; receiving apparatus v.-as not al-j lowe...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

r • t ♦ * r y , MEXICANS SEND MONEY TO BAPTISTS DALLAS, Texan, (A3) One of Ihe most highly prized contributions among the thousands that have been received by the Texas Bap- \ltist convention on the Conquest campaign ban just found its way to the treasurer's office in the form of checks from members of the Mexican Baptist church of Dallas. These checks totaled only $27.58, more valuable in the eyes of the but they represented something Baptist denomination, a spirit of co-operation among the Mexican peoplo in Texas. This Is consider- ed significant of the general ef- fect which home mission work has accomplished among foreigners in the state. At the outset of the Conquest campaign, a debt-lifting drive, last spring among these Mexicans contributed about $28.00 which iH thought to be the first contribution on record from Mexi- can Baptists in Texas. Whether or not the campaign will continue through next year will be determined at the annual convention of Texas Baptists at Wichita Fal...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

XX. ft , J. ■ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1027 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD " 1 S S s This company, which has the privilege of partiiatin provfment, takes pleasure in joining her projssh Sfl s \m *«- ■< •<" • •■: ■ ■ ■ ■ • •,. •■•• ••• .Iv ii-. .ate ■ •- ,-v m -m her 12 and 13. lilllte • " Iff?". ^ 'v*- *■'■ ' V- . ^cr~v present construction, but call your attentat it! Plu.lo by M.ir s Studio Vriew of one of our gravel pits, with the most modern elevatoi and cleaning and separating equipment being used. A

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1027 ■ ■■ — THE BORGER DAH.Y HERALD ' l^- I % Legion partiiating in Borger's program of permanent im- [r passive citizens in welcoming the representa- Legii to the Annual Divisional Convention, Noveni- |n-up" mdition of the streets and highways, due to the ntiai 11;« fact that such is a proof of progress. k V ftXAS ' W%r §2Wm&Ki ... ym T-'S z&f*:, ^ - - - * v.-r* ^>v - " V ■■ ■: -i: : : , -f'~, 5 . - «f. ,'||p| • .. .. . M, Photo liv Mar's Studio Showing stretch of completed road, south <• f town, undei going "curing process," through application of wet clivt. An application of asphalt and ii will be ready for trafiic. ' ) 5 % $ 5 1 It 5 ! 5 l -i

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FAGS SIX ... . THE BORGER DAILY HERALD 1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 Ken Do We Eat?" Everything else has changed the all-important question—"WHEN DO WE EAT" is still in style. Eat ANYTIME in Borger— CHOOSE WHERE TO EAT FROM THESE ADS. J1-#' -7 © Tamale King Lunch J / Corner 7th and Main 1 '' BEST CHILI IN THE CITY % Highest Quality y \ |s, V 1 Quick Service ' f | i , Cleanliness '' Strictly Union Shop EAT -At the- Welcome Legionnaires 71 j ' For a Real I HOME-COOKED MEAL, % jt / Served Family Style ' J* ? * f -Try- Mrs. Buzzard s * Dinning Room y In Congress Hotel Building f' Across From Steinberg TULSA CAFE Up-Town Place to Eat OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Next Door to Rex Theatre Where- COOKING IS AN ART —and— 0- * EATING IS A PLEASURE -WELCOME LEGIONNAIRES^ -o Silver Grill CAFE i Our Best Advertisement Is What We \ ,/ Put on Your Plate ; f GIVE US A TRIAL j /' / 313V2 Main Street \ > ( Next Door to Steinbergs \ C. & H. EAT SHOP One Block North and Across the Street from Black Hotel WH...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11; 1927 t. #• I <• A1NSW0RTH DISTRIBUTES NEW RAYO-VAC A new Ray-Vac distributor office lias been opened bv (he Ainswovlh Drug company, one of the largest market places olj.ihe Panhandle. This in a Hew wholesale drug house which has as its territory the en- tire Panhandle area. Ailisworth specializes in handling nationally advertised merchandise where cus- tomer service is paramount. K. Neal Aainsworth, president and general mauagei of the new company of Amarilio, has been in the wholesale drug business for more than i,"i years. Starting iu •Denison, Texas, he is one of the most widely known drug men in that section of the country. He. ft r many years was vice president and general manager of tlies Alex- company of Oklahoma. MILK AS WELL AS OIL K. West, secretary- a native Texan, having ( om- nia n- been Ains- ander Drug City Mr. Made treasurer, is attended the school of chemistry and electrical engineering* at Texas University. He was part ' owner of the Amarili...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

I #£&%>■ \,L . • PAGE EIGHT %8mW& y- u HE LAMENTS PASSING OF GAME BIRDS r CHE BOEGEE DAILY HEESTD LONDON'S LITTLE SEASON IN FULL SWING ?Hw ' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1027 Says Mourning Dove is One of Species That is Being Exterminated SLAUGHTERED Attwater of Houston Says Dove is the Farmers Best Friend HOUSTON, Texas, Nov. 11. —H. P. Attwater, widely known Houstou naturalist, utters a word of warning that the "mourning dove is one of the most numerous van- ishing game birds in Texas. To facilitate their killing." he asserts, "the state has been divided into two zones. The open season in the northern zone commences 011 September 1. On this day thous- ands of sportsmen and hoys start out to shoot these harmless crea- tures. Then comes the annual La- bor Day holiday. From daylight until dark hosts of pot hunters tramp all day in the broiling sun, returning at night with their game bags filled with the decomposing doves, many of which they have to throw away. In dry seasons the t...

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