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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

^V' íiV ' :| s¡ mil m HIk 11 fe ra m II mmmm rol the Rogers ' vero unrav- an .unexpected sóttle- • ywft leh the faqVous basfcmau. will reap a an 180,000 on the D\lis club holdings, long deadlock, principal avei terf a threatened lé- s between; tile ! líjiasiie' and ¡Jorfe GIsWts- in a two hour ¡-to,day \ár prefinir on a £l)0,': a slifc,; fl)r lioriisfoy'S 7 shares oí Stock The holdings revert back ip Sam Breadon, Is presideni tynd Hornsby will second base fair the Giants, in ening league (game next Tucs- ,, ■ ■ '• V I lin A. Heydler, president of the lie, who lhad threatened to bar tormer (iirdinal manager from Í Giant line-up* unless he sold his ck, announced that all parties in , j case have tm\de concessions. Base- all men agreed, however, that I;-/.Hornsby scored Almost a complete • Victory, for the p^fice he received is > ;pnly 95 a share sh« rt of his demands. He gets $116,70Ó i'pr stock which ho '' bought two years figo for only $52,- -515 at $45 a share.- a profit of over...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

■- f < ? t A MU MI Lincoln (ÍN) ¡ 3 5 g Houston (T) 7 io 3 Griffin, Nelson and Hruska; Clough, Penner and 8chang. At Toledo: Chicago (A) a-i ,_11 14 2 Toledo 14 3 Lyons, Barnabe and McCurdy; Milstead, Coffey, Frey Urban und Chambers. Texas Valley League: At Corpus Christl Corpus Christl 9; Laredo ü. At San Antonio: Omaha (W) •> c 1 San Antonio < T> 8 7 1 Davenport, Cash, Harden and Mey- ers; Couchman, Fillingini and Wirts. At New Orleans: Shreveport (T) 5 8 1 New Orleans (S) .- 1 4 1 Karph and Uicbey; iMartina, La- Masters and Lingle. At Wichita Falls: Des Moines (W) 9 12 1 Wichita Falls (T) £ 13 1 Tallas, Stokes and Haworth; Sprinz, Payne, Hodge and Tobin. New York (A) « 12 2 Brooklyn (N) 5 9 0 Huyt and Urabowski; Pcltv and Henllne. At Boston: Boston (A) 5 8 0 Boston (N) 5 8 2 Russell, Welzer, Wiltse and Hoff- man, Hartley; Benton, Mogrldge, Mills, Genewich and Taylor. At Philadelphia: l'hlladelphia (A) 7 0 Philadelphia (N) . o 1 2 Grove, Pate and Cochrane, Fox: Mitchel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

time for a new draped effect. The truth is that In most oí the new hats we see more of it but it is less haughty, more subtly. Tucks are used in the most unbelievoable places and ways but al- ways the result is to bring the crown closer to the head. lti'tnui Ayo Import a ut Brims, brims, brims! How im- portant lhey are this spring! And of their French women through- selecting their hats blending their cos- uite the logical ost satisfactory, too, know tho trials and beset us oncc we on a hunt for a a certain frock, that we know how le it is to find a es a hat! Are Draped ancl most important mil- news we have to report is extremely high crown is t surely coming down and to head fitting sizes rounded proportions of ago. The crowns of tho ports, landing on our show very definitely nee. highways of millinery fash sees up lessening in the what a simple matter it will be fuff will most women to select a hat that be becoming to them this season— something we must admit it was dif ficult to ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

! i I If i h A. > " 'V-t. Kit i is®? your feet of righteousness. and courageous, was the only ration of the one among the dis the jove all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye le to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked, id take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of rit, which is the word of God. IAYER— "Wo fight for truth, we fight for Cod— Poor slaves of lies and sin! He who would fight for Thee on earth Must first be true within." Remember the Sabbath Day, to Keep it Holy—Exodus 20:8 Go to Church Sunday. '£■< s International Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn ¡ General Topic: Peter's Lesson in Trust. Scripture Lesson: Matthew 14:22-23. 22. And straightway he constrained the disciples to en- ter into the boat, and to go before him unto the other side, until he should send the multitudes away. 23. And after he h":! :-;ent the multitdues away, he went up into the mountain apart to pray: and when even was come, he was there, alone. 24. But the boat was n...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 April 1927

hnM's -AT'S MOWING MY MOM AN' POP &OTH HAVE SPATS- Most op TW6 T(me ' ; my pop «/A REG u. s. pat. orr. 01 927 by nca service. ixc. KER-BAILEY ncinued Prom Page One) i - ; :s," ! bail is at the lowest figure of fo, but he did not think that 3uld be made until the appeal cted upon. is Walkers and Bailey were first after Night Policeman Coke hanan of the Borger police force i shot to death on Dixon Creek, 19, when, according to Officer teal, he was coming to the aid Of' Neal, who had been attacked by hand 9f five men. Hugh Walker Ed Bailey were arrested the it" day, but some time passed be- Whitey Walker, who had been it'far and near, voluntarily sur- fered. The men were on bond in the Buchanan case when Deputies Ken- yon and Terry, taking part in the county-wide search for the bandits who, á week ago last Thursday, rob- bed the Pampa First National Bank 135,000, were shot to death near iittenburg, on the edge of Borger- ain Whitey Walker was the last of to be arrested, being found...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 April 1927

I J§|® ,jp 9 V A *1 • i >i / i ;;Mí¡ $¿rÁ ■ v /•; - v ■■ ■níssft — ••?".«. >. . - 119. *MP*" ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE official m— BORGER, — IONDAY, APRIL 11, 1927 f ■ "llliilll PROCLAIMS CLEAN-UP WE MOOTS MAN P OFFICERS GET 14 IN GAMBLING HOUSE RAID ' Í 4 ¿ ' ■ * * WIND AND RAIN STILL HAVOC SOUTHWEST RIVER HEAR TULSA 60ES OUT OF RANKS Barns Blow Down, Houses Lifted From Ground, in Kansas. FAMILIES CUT OFF Storm Which Took 17 Lives Threatens Further Damage. TULtfA, Oklu., April II — (AP)—The Arkansas liver, which rost two feet La.st night, today * broke out of bounds in the vicin- ity of Brunei' ami Vern stations, Tulsa suburbs.. The river wjus rising rapidly. About 40 families an CmUU' Is- land, about four miles Iron (lie city, were reported marooned by the high waters. They were pre- „ [MflMg "i"!'1.hollies. BARNS niitmx I)OW\ C0FFEYV1LLE, Kan., April 11 — (AP)—Several barns and sheds were demolished and at least one residence was lifted from its foun- dation, but not bad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 April 1927

HE M2T truth! grífeír — I $ * If ■Mf t?-. v « 5! I r~ Í# £*# son of Old'T. Q., begs and in the quest Ionnu.ire nherifed himself and is ' living with the Weils family in r section of the town, wor>rto« factory by day and writing riiu- uigtit. lJoth he and Biliy be- the old man is "up to"some- . Stanley Powers, who has been Mng Billy, accompanies her to the rtieth anniversary celebration at tiich the prizes are to be announced, he is bored with Powers and glad when her turn on the program is an- 1. * Shé plays a violin solo am! rt as . you like 1 rda tout, MO —mm hundred thousand dollars "There will be ten prizes, and 1 am*going to ask you to trust me when I say that those prizes; will be well worth working for. Now, for your guidance, I've had a memo- randum oft the terms of the contest drawn up, and I'd like for each of you to take one, home with you- But I also want to ask you not to discuss this new contest with anyone out- side this room for the rest ¡of the evening. Now, trot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 April 1927

m i. 0 I- % f t t Wrestle Under Offi- cial Eye. With state rangers sanctioning sport programs In Borger, the wrestling card at the Jim-Jo club will take place tonight without be- ing questioned by police or cítate officers, according to Claud Marsh- all, promoter, who said today there had been some doubt as to whether the wrestling matches would con- tinue as planned. "I am . heartily in favor of clean sports aná will be glad tp attend the wrestling match Monday night myself if it is possible to be there" Ranger Captain Hamer told Marsh- all Sunday night. One of the largest crowds in the history of sport in Borger is ex- pected at the Jim-Jo club tonight when "Dutch" Betke, the Borger rljg builder, meets Eddie Beall's "Unkuown" as the main match of the evening. Eddie Beall's middleweight grap- pler, who he claims is one of the toughest in the country, will enter the ring tonight wearing a mask to hide his identity. "The reason I'm putting the mask on this man is merely to keep his i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 April 1927

mtltlai ■U new and mito aUTtaSS HATES BY MAIL IN MP ADVANCE -ON* YEAR— 1 I I > lear mo. mo. mo. I tntf Sunday 17.60 «4.00 2.00 70c I O air MO 2JÍ 1.50 60c f Only 2.60 l.U .70 60c BY CARRIER IN CITY Mk fu Month B Ynt 70c *8.00 HI j m All unsolicited articles. mmniwcript , lot- Itrs and pictures tent to The Herald ar« aent at the owner risk, and the publishers hpiwIj repudiates any liability or respon- sibility for their safe custody or return. The utmost care will be taken, however, to ms that they are not lost or misplaced in Ifcls offtoe. fuonx it roa all departments NOTICE TO THE TUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ap pear In the columns of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to wionifly use or injure my individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections will be mnde when warranted us promin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 April 1927

* jí.. 'MM *?'■ .)■« -'-''if--.■j ! A-'j fr'"'i J.-.t ant Ads For Results ^•taa: Two cent* per word per Insertion; three luaortlon for five cents per word. All want ads are quh In idraoce FOR SALE WANTED xy j A Jf w Í 1SOM RESIDENCE LOTS In South Borger Lots 50 by 140 feet Price®, $100 to 9350—-Term■ ISOM TOWN8ITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgrs. Phone 120 ~±) FX) II SALE CHEAP—t#l<J Newspapers, £ood for wrapping purposes. Call at Borger ►ally Herald office. 75-tf FOR SALE—(iooil tent. lfix2H, witli 200 feet of Aiding; price $50. W. K. Logan, first door north of Borger Hotel. lrt-4tp. KQK 8ALE—Extra good White Leghorn Pullets end Hens. Half miles west of Phillips -school house. FOR SALE—One house and two lots, or will take car in port payment, .loe Tindel, one block west third door south of new school building. 118-fitp WANTED—To buy. house, small «-heap. Address N„ care Herald. J8-fltp WANTED-—-'TO rent a house three or eight rooms or hotel. Rent must be rexportable. Write P. O. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 April 1927

. ft VfÍA \ w-'l' 'XHk temer- •WP Mm w «ore straights as "" reports which, d this .city. Anderson, the emi various lip St Paul lawyer who serves as i chairman of the party, proba- ' would lie the last man to admit a state of affairs and he it. He denies it. (-T predicts that this party, is now the smallest minority .Senate, will elect not only a r-labor senator in the 1928 but a farmer-labor gover- well, if only under the in- of the Republican ad- lion's failure to supply relief legislation.« I . Anderson* has no prediction to •take as to who will be the farmer- tabor candidates. Or even any sug- gestion. This may be significant, if yon must have your significance. Magnus Johnson, who .made such a •plash during his brief term here, ÜH now been beaten in subsequent campaigns for the Senate and the governorship. Magnus, it would 'Mem, is likely to bow gracefully in Í1M8 and allow the farmer-labor i banner to be carried by stronger. hands. Then there is Senator Shipstead.. There is som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 April 1927

mñ ÜK East-West Tejas: Tonl*ht partly cloudy, ruin in east; cooler iu west; Wednesday partly cooler, cloudy. ÜP1IPII Íñí muffitítil OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, GITT OF BORGHR, TEXAS VOL. 1.—NO. 120. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1297. PRICE mm* PLAN TO RUSH SEWER CONSTRUCTION qe hstroyv pausadg FATAL CYCLONE IN OKLAHOMA V it 4 LEGION APPOINTS VIGILANCE COMMITTEE MUSTANG HIT BY TORNADO; FOUR ARE DEAD Houses Destroyed, Four Are Injured, in Great Wind. FLOODS CONTINUE Oklahoma City Fire Depart- ment and Police Rescue Families from Lowlands. OKLAHOMA CITY, April 12.— (AP)—Ravaged by fresh on- slaught of wind and water, Okla- homa today continued to struggle helplessly against attacks of the ele- ments which have claimed at least a score of lives in less than a week. Four Dcntlis Four deaths were reported today following a night, of violent wind iUid jajjmtQj-ms in southwestern Ok- lahoma. where seventeen persons died In floods last week. Mrs. Frank New. S3, wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 April 1927

mo and I forgot tha I belonged to "¿«cumulated wrrpws ?" Billy murmured, rar<irui 49 KeeP aer t'rom eating at Mexican-Pete's chili HMÍIoi-tt-Wk bo\vlof oh? 11 con, carne for nttcon cents, with crackers— HJUl—" ' "Serves you Eight tor scorniuK a perfectly good supper that, you'd already paid for," Billy Interrupted comment, "and I'd,lost my job." "Oh, Clay, again?" she cried, tactless in her dismay. "Why? They're not fair! They think they're plfeasing old T. Q. because they won't let you make a living in tehir dirty, eld factories!" He grinned feebly at her vehe- mence, but shook his head. "No, X don't think they give two hoots who I «am, or who my lather is. The foreman said any strongarmed half- wit could handle lumber twice as "Please try the Truman Automo- bile factory, Clay. Don't be an idiot. They pay the highest wages ternlty brothers, and he's already ular way. Guess I will," he conclud- ed, squaring his shoulders and try- feet with the suggestion that she malm hot chocola...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 April 1927

< 4 * 4 < L' * ; ■) A ' -i.jr.-• ■vfiyl.fy Dollars in Un- ited Deposits in Tóxm FT. WORTH. April 12.—(AP)'— Orpbsn money! Thousands ot dollars «f it lies in Texas banks and many mor* thousands in banks over the Vnltsd States. Tberoretically, It be- long to someone; actually it be- longs to no one. It constantly grows; It can never be spent. It is per- haps the object of more vigilance than the money in any other depart- ment of a bank, because the oppor- tunity for fraud in connection with its handling is greater than else- where. . This money is to be found in the dormant, or "dead" accounts which every bank has, which began short- ly after the average bank was founded. The accounts are those which have not been checked upon tor such a long time that the bank considers the entery closed so far as' bookkeeping purposes and to facilitate labor in the bookkeeping department. No one knows how much money is tied up in dormant accounts in the country, or Texas, but even in this sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 April 1927

. mam * • • i IM7 mo. mo. mo. •nd 9undfty—IT .SO (4.00 2.00 70c Only. 5.00 2.85 1.60 80c Only 2.50 1.Í5 .70 0c BY CARKIEB IN CITY P«r wtak e*r Mouth B Year 200 70c •« Alt oiuwHclted article*, manuscript*, rt and pictures «ent to The Herald iM .•Sir--,: ■ vs. : '-Mf-r •*a ? let- the owners rink, and the publisher, repudiates any liability or respon- „ for thsir safe custody or return, utmost care will be taken, however, to hat they are not lost or misplaced In office. PHONE II F03 ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC- Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ap pear in the columns of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of tlie editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly use or injure any individual, fll-m, concern or corporation and corrections will be made when warranted as prominently a. was one wrongly published reference at article. REDEMPTION: The L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 April 1927

r>4- '"/• -i-: -• - - ,&;f; • Ck % \# íW ' *3Hiy 111 1' ■ Check Is Not Legal His Leisure Time Payment For Taxes AUSTIN, I A P) —How AUSTIN. (AIM ! hlK «paro tini< (¿ovoruor Dan Mood} Hates: Two Gouts per word per Insertion; three Insertion for five cents per word. much All want ads are cash in advance. r OB RENT—One room partly rnrtiiklied llOUNOH, ."jíJJÍ.ÍM) Ullll $L'0.0ü. Phillips Tow unite Office. I -O-Mti FOR SALE WANTI.M—\oung lady want* wort. Apply O., Herald office. IJH-ytp LOST AND FOUND WANTED ,ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS VSANrLD—To buy. uousu, small cheap. Wldress N., rare Herald. l.- :up In South Borger Lota 50 by 140 foefc Prices, $100 to *350—Term# ISOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderson Mura. Phone 120 WANTED -JO rent a house three or eight rooms or lióte!. Kent uuu*t be reasonable Write P. O. Box lüHít. Horger. l! '3tp < 1 V In Cold Wave Gri FRANCISCO, April dot? u Governor a mu ho hluinelf in j Oixpayer'h chock for his lax oh iloon I fÁP)— Tho Puciriu Count wail...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 April 1927

■ IP Ü mns itel Bldg., Isom, S.° - In ubs than bleachers i old idóls [lore accumtt- carted away , were offered to SS the aftermath of unprecedented trading, so%ntfal-monging. iitlook Good ir, some smart veterans, ;BSttc yosnssters, faced an tian, to fans in each ot the ajor league oponing cities, the words of K. M. Landis, of baseball, the outlook was Fftte and perhaps some shrewd management spiced the annual sum- mer dish this year with more inter- esting problems than the box s ore fólpwers had tasted for a long time. New Contracts ; Babe Ruth's new contract, Ty Cobb's final year, Rogers Hornsby's transfer, Connie Mack's heavy pur- chases of seasoned material and nine new, ball club pilots were among the row .of question marks for fandoni as the soot of winter scandal wu' blown away by the crisp winds of sprftrg. The baseball champions of the worM, the St. Louis Cardinals, bo- Kan their defense of their title in the biiliwick of the Chicago Cubs of the 'Tfational League, giving Gr...

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

ik _. k wuáy< COOl«P<jQÍmtir^ .. , fTMjreT =(«HKi||V'___4_#wrrn,J___^ II the Panhandle in East portion. A^r i ^ 1 ALIi DEP4B1 Í * OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CJITT OP BOBOBB, TEXAS I VOL. 1.—NO. 121. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1927. wifminmssWii vm OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, QOT OP BORGKB, TEXAS i ii •I ALL ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1927. * * ¥ ¥ f f ¥ ¥ ****** ****** ***** 41 ****** ****** * * * I «, ¡U ■llS 6 «¿St < rr > V K< • i ROCK SPRINGS WIPED OUT. OTHER COMMUNITIES HIT BY FATAL WIND WEBB QUITS J. P. JOB **« ****** x. x. x, x. u. u. * * * * * * ****** #** ( RANGERS BACK SANITATION CITY REQUIRES DISINFECTION ALL NUISANCES HERALD STYLE SHOW PACKS T Both Performances Draw Big Crowds To See New Fashions. Dame Mode swung open the silken lined Kates of fashion at the Rex Theatre last night to reveal to the eager public of Borger, the spring styles of 1927, offering a stupendous array of costume typifyi...

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

'MP ' . ~ is all i asr. gowma plwcu V* E? nm J AW^MER W\eiftAt. -*Wx t'ccj^r *• *'u. \Uv*v 1 Mil? s ^¡m, r,'-jfrxb. LJ.ÍI WCLLIANM^, LVív}E."=> ARE MADE -MOT BORM. 1*1927 V NÍA St.1VICS. HiO. <j C iw in rs\. urina oust in nn« a P. In bhwn b iwtrhOH. «rallo leu. nH1kj ;tBa III fíf N Bit—M oi'lt fillet m i piio II. Frenl-li filed swpim potato?*. ra nil- flower in snflii' apple anil celer,v salad. dale custard "p1«. lira- ham bread, milk: coffee Ito trn (I stmik i pul l li ronsh I tie food chopper neveral. limo*, made into" Km rrtimd ¿oW s bound «nth ii strip of bacoli and broiled over clear Rowing coal or under the tí * tía nit- oí a gas broiler Turn liiolioi often for the (¡r*i two or three minuten and then move far- ther from ihe lire and broil four minuten on one side anil then four minutes on the other l-'l'clltii I'Vied Sweet Potatoes "are good-sized sweet potatoes and cut In slices one-half inch thick, bet stand in very'cold wa- ler lor one hour Prain a few at ¡i timo, dry...

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