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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

w imk - V ' \ *1 ■ f \ 9 SECTION FOUR OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OP BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 VOL. 1—NO. 302. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS GLEN A. PACE AND CABINET AT THE ( ( I.MIKKIOXKKK : • ■■ -Photo hy f'hase. \V. I!. Corn PAGE PRODUCT OF FARM NEAR CORSICftNA Mayor Glen A• Pace was born on a farm near Corsicana, Texas, 2S years ago, and lived his early life in lliat portion of the state, lie served in the world war and tarries a disabled ex-service man's discharge. Mayor Pace has devot- ed his entire life to organized la- bor. Prior to coming to Borger Mayor Pace was engaged as bookkeeper and auditor for an automobile con- tern in San Antonio, Texas. He has had several years experience in the oil fields, having lived in Ran- ger, Texas, several years. going there during the Ranger boom. Mayor Pace oame to Borger as an organized labor leader and has been active in that work since his appointment, as mayor. HIGGINS CLAIMS ROBINSON AS HOME ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

PAGE TWO ' " " ' \ V, / THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY', NOVEMBER 11, 1927 BORGER'S NEW CITY HALL 5t Jf ■i . - -XMiotu by Mail 's Studio. Borger"s $30,000 new city hall is under construction and will l>e ready for occupancy within the next 10 days. This is one cf the modern structures of the city and displays the permanency with which Borger buildings are being constructed. City Dads Urge Folks to Number Their Houses Another striking instance of the laxity of Borger citizens has been brought to light, in the fact that the city commissioners have urged the people of Borger to number their houses, without success. This week a fire alarm was turn- j eit in. the resident not knowing! Outlook Bright in Highlands of Far West Texas ALPINE, Texas, Nov. t/P) With it good top eolU** croft, pr<v:spect in the three Highland counties, Brewster, Jfeft viltjl Presidio, and yield '■ of ' alfalfa and other hay crops botintiTur, ine'agr'i- ed- in. the resident not knowing' . his house and stree...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

I - t I V l\«r a > FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 V. t THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE ) TWO ELIGIBLE BACHELORS FOUND HERE Grady Thompson and Guy Coffee milk as two of the most ("legible bachelors in Borger, ii not the most adsolutely elegible, !f there is such a condition. Both native Texans, iliey have that the watch was a gift, and lhat he wears it in courtesy to the donor. Mr. Coffee is the youngest of a family of pioneer i'annandle eit- Whittenberg Sells 123 Registered Hereford Bulls i CANYON - 125 registered Here- i ford bulls were bought by George | A. Whlltenberg from C. Reiser Monday; they will be placed upon the Whittenberg ranch near Cana- dian. FALSE! HE CRIES Brownsville Main Streets Will Blossom - I'holo Ijv Chu.m'. Ult.ADV THOMPSON strayed far enough <m their way out to arrive in Borger, where they rank among the leaders of pioneer mercliant-prince. interviewed by a Legion Edition representative, these gentlemen re- fused to tell their ages, both blushed when ques...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

1 I ■ ■ ' stoi- .JF^SasBfc: FEIDAT, 50^TSMBES II. I?27 20®G SiXT SS3L* ■ % % % \ % % % % % % A % % Panhandle Power frida MM ■fm. I) A History Of The Company - . . - . ' " i" " ' • i *. ....... ... ■ . i M ' . . 4", ,<v . ;yV . • [• - .« - .. -.jr. -.a.; > .*-• i- c •• >■ :>- i- J. i-\ rf vrr:*. i." * '. '• 4> i4r/- it.-. TTii f vs tftiit. -rv-f i Viiis-Jii :• a t*v-r torx 1-.E * ~ * . ' * i* ' i «• . - - • v : > « . < • A *A " > 7' ■■ ■ y > "t ' ty," i # - • " " -.4 ' , / .V- ' , ' ; - - r • - i. - 1 ' . ''""i* £. " '"t 1 ' . - - ; - i. ; v ~i *- ' i * i-' -t - -r *" L I i. " " i ~ 1 *r i" - - > - -- ^ rtaad O, r:i - -. i; iij £s;£gr 4 7^". ' ^ , J* <<r . Jf > -. - . .. -. -.. I i I | L Ai " a >4- ' < ' r"/> " < • / * ' " ' '• ' ■■ - /' ' i 'S.~ ?>. ■ * ?■■ ■ ■ ■ <: f>•" ' % ' ?>. ' "• • i - >"* ' - - >. ■■?■•■ . y ' " " • ' Pwff 4 ' " : < /'*•->,**; ^ ./■ ' ■■■■ '.■ • • • < /' *«•••& . /- ' ' " ' %' ■...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD !. ■ ff ■ ■' « PAGE „ •) w\ Light Company f f « 9 "I ■ •) 9 lif: .4 VT Men and Women Who Serve You In the roll of employees of the Panhandle Power & Light Company, are the names of the people who render you gas, electricity and water service in this community. They are the kind of folks who constitute the great mass of A merican Citizens who do things and accomplish results. They are hard working, home loving loyal Americans, loyal to their government, loyal to their Company, loyal to the community in Which they live. They have children in our schools and they are interested They are members of our churches, clubs, civic and political organizations. in our government, city, state and nation. They receive annually in wages $36,000.00. They spend this money in this community and contribute substantially to its business. These are the people who are responsible for the good and continuous service you receive. They are at your servic...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

I I i PAGE SU BORGER DAILY HERALD NOVEMBER FRIDAY, I mmwrn FRIDAY, NOVl BORGER MASONIC TEMPLE ililill &>* I® WESTERN CARBON PLANT BROWNSVILLE EXPECTS CROWS 70 GONVENTIOfl Leaky Gas Mains Killing Trees in Washington WASHINGTON (/Pi Almost every visitor to Washington is impressed with the beauty of its tree lined streets and the comfortable living — jconditions, to which they add an at- HIIOWXSVIIjIjK. Texas, Nov. ; mosphero of gripe. (tV) At least ten special trains, and; nu| the trees and the comforta- prohably fifteen, each Willi from | bio living conditions, or at least three io eight passenger coaches, jone element of them. have odds for years. For distributed in undersurfaco mains, which, like pipes of all kinds, if V v. way of springing leaks frofc tHats to time. "The svmptoB of gas poisoning are characteristic," he says. "The effect of a large* leak upon a tre.i is verv pronounced. The foliage turns yellow, wilts and falls. There is no mistaking the cause. The ef- fect ...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

V" "l=: y j 1 c\ til ' A FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 i. 1927 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD y.' - - .• • • i . 'V V; l'ACE SEVEI mm m wm Less than two years ago Hutchinson County was rated as having a population of 768. it is now, conservatively estimated as being *50,000. The unprecedented rapidity of this development has presented a problem of county administration that would tax the ability of most any one. We are serving our "dead-level-best" to render faithful service. <' i u\uu^umniuvv.u\\n\u W. R. GOODWIN, County Judge 1N1W L G. HURLEY W. C. WOMBLE R.

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

'51 k PAGE EIGHT 7- THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ■ BSfeSsffiH I I More Macks Found at College of I. Arts Than Name Smith DENTON, Texas, (JP)—The Macs win over the Smiths! Which isn't a football report, but the result o£ a search for the most popular names oil the campus of the Col- lege of Industrial Arts. There are forty-nine Macs ranging from Mc-jThere are only seven Misses Jones. Adams to McWilliama. Next in the predominance are the Smiths, totaling twenty-eight. Rivaling these are the Williams with a total of eighteen, closely fol- lowed by fifteen Moores and four-* teen Johnsons. Not far behind these are the Millers and the Da- vis family, numbering eleven and twelve respectively. After a care- ful count, ten Browns are discover- ed. Trouble Makes Whole World Kin; Red Cross Knows No Boundaries LEGIONNAIRES Stop in to see me on your way up town. I'm right on the "Main Drag" and wiii be glad to see you Everything in DRUGS SUNDRIES TOILETRIES and FOUNTAIN 5 Jim Dugan —At— CENTRAL DRUG ...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

I1P c| ot I US jLufkl |uuil UHSli 111 til Phone 13 SECTION I FIVE AJLL DEPARTMENTS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 302. ASSOCIATED PRESS BOKGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS LOCAL EXECUTIVES OF THE PANHANDLE POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY K. T. KOM'l H ( t # A • iiiiiiiiiiiniii- 10 10 ino „ i 4 Top . ^ Land ^ > W el Gun ^ . fl )\ ^ i > loles ur \ % idos vX * fel or ad f. I® in on; % A cement* v Shocked ^ 1111 ■ 1111111 llil 1 VICTOR O. SHAXV(<() \V. H. WARMINTON T —Photo l>> « lliis.'. Sfilos Manager Mr. Kone entered the utility business in the sales department with the Peoples Light, company at Davenport, Iowa in 11122, soliciting appliance sales and new business. He remained there nntil June I. 1925, when lie was transferred to • he Nebraska Gas & Electric Co.. Plattsmonth, Nebraska, as Dist. Sales Mgr. In Jtily same year, Mr. Kone was promoted to assis- tant sales manager of the Nebras- ka Gas & Electric company and Iowa...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

m\ DAILY HERATiT) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927. % to install this lighted system. "AVhaj J* that siren sound we j |M« U4K at rapid speedin--I That i^ tU>| CONFERS WITH ^VIL&UR | JFehused h>' the j iMhiinistratiou for! protection of the property of [ wood people," was the reply, so ends to the oresent day) brief history of the most noted upon the broad plains of our great commonwealth. The future Is yet untold, but high hopes are entertained for this junior municipality that bedecks j the crest of the rolling hills amid1 the gushers of liquid gold where ] wealth anil prosperity stand hand in hand with friendship and unity ii continue to rapidly build a city! that shal he the pride of our land. . when the great American lag'.e soars on high it shall screech ,. . . . Mho screech of "Horger. the Croat" itselt could hardly believe that this vast pnune had ever ueen until it echoes and re-echoes uud a lonesome waste. j rebounds from every peak and cliff ■shovel tearing away the ori...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

4+ f 11 Dll? '* 'fW , ' . ' ; v'. . T '"r1 **'■ ■ ' , r t . I , ' • t- if Wl> «-*- ■ — -r~ •* ■ i f ;■ WW WHW ;■' - - , ; W'V ' >. THI ?•■■■ | ■' ■ if !•*■■ ■ •• "< " • i-. ••■; 1 •" • ■ « t ■ . • : •■ - M& V \-.v, «. ■ '• ?4* "' ' ■ ■ .?V >- I j i i I i *, GREETINGS To Legionnaries and Ex-Service Men of the 5th Division of Texas, in Conventon at Borger November 12 and 13 j PAGE THREE i in— > ' i\ * J Picketts DALLAS, TEXAS r f *.•, *4 i'

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

VEHICULAR TUBES UNDER HUDSON LINK NEW YORK WITH NEW JERSEY una COAL pil Emm WiW£:-; • " •. .!•. >•2*^ Th'3 geratest tunnel in the world, burrowed under the Hudson river between New "\ork and New Jersey, will be open->! ."''iv. Che cl .gram shows how the twin tubes are placed, and the picture below shows one of the 11)3 ''it !.-■ O'.e Singstad, engineer who pushed the project to completion after two predecessors had died. NEW YORK (/P)—The Holland vehtci'h'ir i - niiel. greatest )f under- water travel way . v ■][ b opened to Novenibei 13 to provide a dry land" path ! ■>■ >tor vehicles and pedes in it.- be*, v.- - vis New York u:id New Jerse; l)en-:ith the Hudson river. Success and trage :er voluntary work was a splen- than 20,000 miles within the de- lid inspiration .^to the troops." | partment. Permanent headquar- • r ugh regular army channels ■"111' ^were established with a sala- ,.,s recommended for the, Disling-| rjed secretary. Flfty per cent was id Service Cross, an...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

, ,, , •- ' // - FRIi>AY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927. Kirkfield Hales From Louisiana, Served in France Deputy Constable II. T. Kirk- 1 field was born in Louisiana, and lived his early life in Brookhaven. ployed as a lathe man in a spoke factor^. He joined the army in 1916 and served until 1919, moat of hiR service being seen overseas with (he Sixty-fifth Engineers. After his discharge from the army. Kirkfield moved to Marshall, Texas, where he was deputy sher- iff of .Harrison county until April 1, 1927. He moved here with his family and has been deputy con- stable under Constable R. T. Macy since. I.WIOSTKiATIi ItKJ TRADE TE1IURAN, Persia. Decreases in tli(■ i '.polls of Persian rugs have led the Periiiun government to be- gin an investigation of the rug market. I'so of inferior wool and aniline dyes, failure to follow Per- sian patterns and delay in com- pleting rugs ordered 011 contract are believed to have caused the loss of business. A government grant of $150,000 v. ill be sought to...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

I wwm SIX 1 11 ■ < THE BQRGER DAILY HERALD * u I# V* I* I* I h I# |J I# I# I* I* I# I -? 1* I* |<f 1# I 0 I# I <j I# I* I* 1* I* I* I* I* I* I# ■ • wvwvHHiUv>HWHWW\wvwiww^HHWH • WM si\m FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1927 . . l.l.'l.l).)'1., II I II I.. — *v vn IWVM I &<■ and for the' M v ♦tutww. mm Moe Steinberg, President WELCOME LEGION AIRES Why A Chamber of Commerce Hy J. V. JARRELL .A (Chamber of Commerce is the business of the community speaking and acting for tlie common good. Show me a live oily and I will show you a live Chamber of Commerce. A dead Chamber of Commerce means that the city has gone to sleep. In other words, a city is known by ti|)' Chamber of Commerce it keeps. No individual, firm or corporation can organize a civic enter- prise and carry il to a successful conclusion single handed. Such work requires co-operation of all interests, and such co-operation can be obtained only through a Chamber of Commerce, or a similar body. There is no exception. , Th...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

. 27 ' ':v! ■- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1927 THE KORCER DAILY HERALD CHICAGO FINANCIER filUES HIS VIEWS ON FUTURE OF OIL GAME •v "More and more tlie oil industry is being conducted scientifically, und the outstanding companies are op- erating on a sound basis rather than on one of chance and speculation,'' declared H. fi. McCloud, Vice Presi- dent of the Union Trust Company, Chicago, today, as the result of a survey of the petroleum industry L,which lie has completed. "In every line of business," Mr. McCloud asserted, "there are sound and well manager concerns, and oth- ers that have been less intelligently Conducted. In the competitive sit- uation in the petroleum field tin- public has a very definite stake. There are many reasons why the banking and investment interests should encourage the stable and well managed oil companies in their efforts to be fair with the future os well as the public and them- selves. KOMANCK ' One scarcely needs touch upon the romance of the oil business whi...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 November 1927

HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 102T «egion Behavior Abroad Reflected Credit on Nation NEW YORK, N. Y.—Edward E. Spafford. national commander the American Legion, upon his returnjthey from the national convention that unanimously elected him in Paris. France, put in a nutshell the an- swer to tho universal question of whether the Legion's pilgrimage to France was a success. That answer was: "No beter ambassadors for peace ever have been sent from one country to another. "In Paris, General Pershing said 'The American Legion is the soul of the A. E. F.' " Commander Spa- fford recalled. "No words could have been better chosen, and the soul of that great army, as seen by the world in Paris, certainly re- flects credit upon our nation. "The members of our force, al- most without exception, visited the cemeteries where lie our dead, an.i there, not only in their own name, but in the name of our great Am- erican republic, paid tribute to the heroic deeds performed upon the soil of France by ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 November 1927

3-'5V-Y- *t*WB . IN BORGER WHY NOT BUY IT Phone 13 DEPARTMENTjH| OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITI OF BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 303. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1927. FIFTY PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS * LEGIONNAIRES ARE IN FULL CONTROL OF BORGER if. * Hi f f ¥ ■'{• H- .y. .y. y. y. * * * * * * y. .y. y. y. y. y. * * * * * * * # * * * # y. y. y. Gift or d Pinchot of Pennsylvania Called into Fall-Sinclair Case * * * y; y; y. * * * V- * y. .y. y. y. y. y. y y; y y. y. y. y. y, y. y. .y. if, ^ ^ * * * <► «► < > <> < «► < <► < <► * < <> < > < :: <► « < 4 <► <► <► 4' <► < < « I «► :: 4' «► <► :: /- PANHANDLE IS NOW IN THE GRIP OF ITS FIRST BLUE NORTHER WEATHER REPORTS FROM THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST INDICATE SElffERE STORMS Great Lake Regions Suffer0 Heavy Damage Wind FORECAST CLEAR Borger Prepared for Emergen- cy, Ample Gas Connec- tions • North and West Tr.\iis shiv- ered today following; (In* Mid- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 November 1927

TWO THE BORGER t)AIf.Y HERALH International Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn these nweftsltlec,' HiKiviiiN (loclarud. Commissioner I then 1 love him, and called International Sunday School Lesson for November 13, 1927. General Topic:— Mosea Preaches Clod's Love. Scripture Lesson:— Hoaea 11:1-4, 8,9; 14:4-8. 1. When Israel was a child. my son out of Egypt. 2. The more the prophets called them, the more they wenv from them; they sacrificed unto the Raalim, and burned in- cense to graven images. •3. Yet 1 taught Ephriam to walk; 1 took them on my arms; but they knew not that 1 healed them. 4. 1 drew them with cords of a man, with hands of love, and 1 was to them as they hat lift up the yoke on their paws, and 1 laid food before them. 8. How shall 1 give thee up, Ephriam? how shall I cast thee oft', Israel? how shall I make hee a:- Ohmah? hows shall I get thee as Zeboiim? my heart is turned within me, my com- passions are kindled together. 9. I will not execute the fiercen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 November 1927

iPfL SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1927. Mv u <1 vMwepfWWi "■ ' A?4 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE ' • I * ^ SOCIAL NEWS BL MRS. HAY HAGGARD PHONE 13 Armistice week has proved a very interesting, as well as an exciting one. Holiday spirit has been in the air since the very beginning of the week—it has almost seemed like Christ- mas was approaching. And when we think of it, "Armistice Day means more to many of us than Christmas could ever mean. Christmas never caused the excitement, the real hap- piness that. Armistice Day did—the day "firing ceased." As long as there are people inhabiting this earth there will be celebration on November the 11th. Shall any of us ever for- get that day so many years ago when we discovered that our loved ones were out of danger, and would soon be back in our arms forever? I for one shall never forget it, for I had a brother over there, and I experienced all the heartaches and all the joy of the departing and the homecoming. Afternoon Club WnlneMluy Mia....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 November 1927

TViix--' li- te Borger Daily Herald Published at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Texas, every Evening Bzcept Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NUXN-WARREN PUBLISHING CO.. Inc. REAL D. NORRIS Manager CHOPSIE S. WELSCH Managing Editor RAY HAGGARD Advertising Manager 0 ; Entered as second-class matter November 23, 19 28, at the post office st Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1S97. "he Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited tqgit or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local new^i published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year 6 mo. 3 mo. 1 mo. BrealBg and Sunday $7.50 $4.00 $2.00 70c Bvening only 5.00 2.S5 1.50 50c Sunday Only 2.50 1.36 70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month By Year S0c 70c $8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- pudiate any liability or responsibility for 'te...

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