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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 November 1927

' Thursday, November 24, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD TV CAMS i - * 9 live tny lerl rive illy rur u • « sc lit' 1 a iW out )OHr ts m 1 < ). FROM LEGION PARIS. France. Nov. 2.1. i/P)j— Bennett Doty, the American who enllnteil ill the French Foreign leg- ion and was court martiuied for desertion during the Druse rebell- ion, will be released from serving the remainder of Ills enlistment .shortly in response to "American public opinion." This was announced by tlio min- istry of war, which explained that Doty's release was done to please Americans and in disregard to all regulations. Doty served with the American army during the world war and was gassed. lie rendered valiant services, and was decorated. At the con- clusion of hostilities hs joined the foreign legion and it is said de- serted when he was not put on the front in the firing line. He was sentenced to face a firing squad, and because of intervention, the sentence was remitted and a term in prison 'I'ven him. Further impo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 November 1927

ifflg 'AGE FOUR P?t$l , " :- «& HIPI * <!M 4 wf w 10-;I flf; ' i f P • ' V 'b if ® ' * ' '■ V M SK5 *f: f®! %. I .w ' ''/■J V«? S>:' SiV<; ;><• !?*tv 5W- 1 S3 1 1 .,{ jgf •J& .'Jl LILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1927. THURS ^j*yyry, WE ARE THANKFUL For the many friends we have made during the past year, and wish you much happiness on this day of THANKSGIVING. OUR THOUGHTS AFTER TO- DAY WILL BE TURNED TO CHRISTMAS THE LITTLE FELLOWS WILL THEN WANT TO VISIT TOY TOWN We Are Ready To Gladden Little Hearts Hundreds of kiddies will gaze with delight on the mystic wonders in this fairyland of Toys, Games, Dolls, Novelties. Here Toy-dreams come true; for our stocks have never been so large—and prices never so low! ii LET ONE OF OUR GLOWING STOVES KEEP THE HOME WARM AND COMFORTABLE DURING THE HOLIDAYS WE ENJOY SERVING YOU" Thompson Hardware Go Next Door to the Bank THANKSGIVING GREETINGS! From the Borger Herald to the peo- ple of the City of Borger. There are many t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 November 1927

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1927. PAGE FIVE THE BORGER DAILY HERALD V- V'. wmmm & !&& ff.... (1 mm/mmm* ' «ni>v: r ; juld Over the Numerous Thing's for Which We May be Is Se(| Shower the Community in Which We Live With [Have Counties to the East, We Have Been Blessed With |Hav<Blessed With a Good Market Price for These Crops. |Be T1 For. The Stores Whose Messages Appear on ig arlay Shopping at Their Stores. They Are Happy lou Q-Service and Moderate Prices. Thank You! e Are At this glad Thanksgiving time, we, in enumerat- ing the things we have to be thankful for, head our list with "Thanks to Our Patrons" for all favors that they have bestowed upon us during the past year. We have tried, during our stay in Borger, to give to our public the best that we had to give, and we believe we have succeeded. So we have much to be thankful for at this time. U o I - I f3 *-0tsmjm,\xsin I) els—jusl [ving-—an Many liable' I'!'' lilored liil the college girl and buiness woman, after- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 November 1927

■■■■■PIPV THE BORGER DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 10271 commissioner for services University Gets $250,000 From Rockefeller Fund Conuy Conimlsaionr L. H. Hur- ley was given a rousing vote of thanks by members of the Borg. v Board of Trade and Commerce Wednesday. In appreciation of the work he has done toward bring- ing better roads to Borger. Secretary Goodwin of the Board of Trade, explained that through the assistance of Mr. Hurley, prac- tically every dirt road leading in- to Borger had been graded, cul- verts installed #id many other improvements made that are vital factors in bringing business to the city, and benefit to Borger citi- zens and oil field workers. Commissioner Hurley a few weeks ago obtained graders for the Phillips-Canadian river road, and at the present lime this road, over which must pass most of the oil field traffic, is in good condition. Folowing a suggest- ion by the Board of Trade, and | presentation of a petition to the; county commissioners, where...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 November 1927

f)27l live Ifi H all I v.-hic: lnmliii L'lulir i tin Th II lib hear lit wil lour. i > & ! I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1927. THE HORGER DAILY HERALD pace seven J I & ii MI I 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 —1 |VU MWiHMWWMWWWW* Bv Williams When in Amarlll© PflPtk Your Car at COEtJEK 7tfc i. TYLEtt .STREETS Jicr.it of SJioppiii /District Your car is nttfc from fneft ar.d collision. IKOM I.ODCM 112112 A. I\ A: \ M. FeJIow Craft. 'J 2nd. Nov. Master. Nov. J hi 7 p. ru. own intss. — /?==t i BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday «v* '■ . : . DtKllt at 8:30 at I. O. O IF. Hall 1-2 block ®'jt 'l Frazffr Hotel. By taking advantage of the Herald barjrain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue of 1-!! per cent. Pretty good investment, isn't it? How can you people who are readin.'r the Herald anyway afford to pass up Bar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 November 1927

45 ■ * 'f PAC# BIGHT . THE BORGER DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1927. i r FROM MURPHY IY KNOCKOUT The Thauliselvlng boxing crowd ifcw Tommy Murphy of Amarlllo. fabstlting for Rush O'Brien against young Bobby Murray put up one of the best fights of the tear, knocking Bobby down for the count of nine in the second and fourth rounds and ;he sta- Tninn of Bobby broke through the screen in the fifth when he came back and landed two swift pun- ches to Murphy's solar plexus in succession which layed the Amar- lllo boxer out for the count and he remained unconscious for sev- eral seconds after the victory had been given Robby. For the five rounds these boys went, it was one of the best fights ever seen in this territory. It ■was full of action and punch the men giving punch for punch most of the way. Murphy is an old army boy and fought with the A. E. F. overseas but despite his age and experience the two punches delivered by Murray were too much and lie kissed the canvas. Freddie You...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

MP 4 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF HORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 AIX DHPARTHBim VOL. 2—NO. 3. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS jt. ODESSA DRAWS FIRST BLOOD IN BANDIT WAR Y- v * * *■ * * * # * * * * H- * # * * # * * # * * V .*£ * * * * # * * Spectacular Rebellion At California State Prison Brought To End * * * ¥ * * * .y. * * ¥ * * * * * * * * * * # * # * * .v. .V. rf rf y ¥ * * * CHAOS AND ANARCHY REIGNS THROUGH PROVINCES OF THE UKRAINE O- 100 REPORTED TO BE KILLED STREET FIGHT Government Unable to Cope With the Situation That Is Serious CAROL NEAR Observers Express Themselves Freely That Regime Will Be Oousted BUCHAREST, Rumania, Nov. 25. (AP)— A special dis- patch to the newspaper "Di- mineata" today, says that chaos and anarchy are reign- i ing in the Ukraine with hun- dreds killed in street fighting. | The dispatch says that hun-: dreds of civilians and soldiers ! were killed in the street fight- ing in the town of Kamanetz, Podolsk. It begins ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

1 GASOLINE TO I BE SISC8SSED FORT • WORTH Texas, (,/p)- Consideration of the effects of j pnti-Vnock sasoline nnd htph com-: presgion motors on their, business | will be Ihe feature of I.re annual 1 meeting here Monday and Tuesday j oi the Texas Independent Oil | Men's association. The association which is com- posed of independent refiners and! oil dealers is already on record at condemning the :;-cen( gasoline j tax. which amounts to 5u per cc Of the wholesale price, "class lejris- j lation against 1 1 motor car own- ers and a staggering burden which j no other business could bear." R. A. Mullin of El I'aso is president of the organization. T. C. U. Prepares For Home Coming On Thanksgiving IDA \ BORGKR HER A1 'i ;i by m mlonts j Italy, the pintt« tion «C tu# Roinaii Latin of the doc-1 emperor during his second oxpedi- lai the document 1 lion against Pope Pascal II ll'Hr MOM'N' POP By Taylor 1 •«"« front ihe ancient (intent reveals tlta |tig.es he gave- them orders of pro lection. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1927, Tt U 1 1 • C ob 'I ' ■ • «• ,'i) !>' Noted Gallagher Ranch Now Owned And Run by Dudes SAN ANTONIO, Texas, (/P) —The historic Ualugher ranch. Ii5 miles west of San Antonio, w.iich nus been the scene of lights between Indians and Spaniards and be- tween pioneer Texatis and Mexi- eas lias become the eastern fron- tjer or the "dude ranchers." The ranch, which was onco the headquarters for a I! 00,00 0 acre ranching project, now consists o! about 10,000 acres. It was es- tablished in ISIS by a man nam- ed (lalagher, who is said to have been the hero of the phrase, "Let 'er go Clallagher." Remains of fial'ugher's famous irrigation project can still lie seer.. The early irrigation experiment is said to have cost in excess of $100,0(10 and to have irrigated 200 acres of land. The present owners have added to the original ranch buildings, retaining the pioneer style of strong building with walls two feet thick and narrow windows for loopholes. The ranch will ope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

mm m IqMiy H w I*f WiftBEN WW.m • M, I. -■ ■ u I .- u' ,. J% \ •. • h* ptwi x*t tl-i Tc*** 'ind«*r th#> a«%t . , • rr*H • « -lctHlii*«i) wnui.r «, the for rtp«bHo iio« of o«* « t\«l>AtchM ir*dit*<i to it or aot othf-^i* (u thn **■ ,or* . «« |i(U Hahod herein .PU«rXTl T10N RATES Al>\ A.NOK OSF YKAR >** • ••■ Oulj TEAS MO UU M *4 .m #.M>. 5.01- i U-BU • <Ut Oalj 2.51' 1 Si *' 4 CARRIKR IN P1T> w (>«« Per Moat*1 Ij \ * SOc 70c ^ \U unsolicited •rtiel*# manaacriptf l« < r« and |iiclur«i lent to The Herald ar >e*t t owners risk, And the publishers ox •i«ta>7 repudiates *n> ii*btlit> or resp««> ih - (or their safe custody or return. Ti care * ill be taken, however to se ~«y are not lott or mispia.-ed in th> •ffk J. PH. E IS FOR AI.L DEPARTMENTS ■OTICB TO THE PUBLIC ti< erroneons refWlun upon the th«r«,-w •(ending or reputation of anr individu** firm, concern or coiporanwn that may a. in the columns of the Herald *i.l I" ;ladly corrected w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

meets match 4ir wiry jap Hobby Chick cu' Sidney, Nebra- ska, went down in defeat Thurs- day night in two successive falls before Matty Matsnda, claimant of the welterweight wrestling cham- pionship of the world. The bout was pulled off before one of the largest houses ever uthered in Borger. FOREIGNERS LEARN HOW TO TEACH DEAF AT AMERICAN SCHOOL — I#) Kvriakides ( nrvsoula Vti the preliminaries Young Sampson tlire Pat Reagan with an arm lock and body scissors, while "Dutch" Bedke and Jack Larry of Omaha, Nebr., wrestled twenty minutes to a draw, Hobby and Matty wrestled for an hour and five minutes before Hobby was forced to (he mat with an arm flying mare, applied three times in succession to para- lyze the Borger favorite's arm and side temporarily. They reentered the padded mat and the second fall was given to Matty aftes 30 minutes tusseiing when Hobby was pushed from the mat and under the platform, injuring li is leg slightly. ^The house was in a roar from ^^.giuning to end of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

i v I i i 1 ".'■"W'll' i t TO MtEWENT ANOTHER FLOOD III MISSISSIPPI FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1927.1 j ' KANSAS CITY, ."! Not until Congress adopt finite flood toflOutc ^"1 a de- j should he given right of way and control policy can to be avoided, (he congressional act there be hope tor diversion of stir- pa.-, oil promptly without riders plus flood water and prevention ol and without pVovlding for ajpy another flood such as thai in the other project." Mississippi valley last spring. Wal- ' The ultimate goal. Parker said, ter Parker, New Orleans, exectr• 1 is wholly economic. Its object, he director of the National Flood i told the t'a|nt congress delegates, is commission, told the American l'le havnes. in; of interstate drain- Farm congress in an address here i ai;e so that the rivers can be made today. j to work for instead of against The harnessing of streams ami ''l0 Ullllll*ls. the use of surplus wat°r for pow-| er and irrigation were urged by Textile Expert 'levee , , , . Parker, w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

FRIDAY, NOVEMBEH 25, 1927. THE r.OPvCER DAILY HERALD OUT OUR WAY By Williams Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five ccnts per word. want ads are cpsh in advance. All H 1SOM A. I i,(ux;i: . At A. 124S M. Follow Cnifl, 22ml. Nov. Mnsti'r, Nov. till m. rveninfrx. Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday _ * night at 8:30 at I. O. O P. Hall 1-2 block wsst Frazer Hotel. fr'OR SALE KOlt eur. ry. SALK---Late See Porter i! 2.") Star tourninjj si! Dillev Bros. Bake 1 dtp FOR RALE:—- room house. 1-1x24 sal- vanized garage, •l""> £;,s line. Pric e $10.00, terms to right pari v. 11. O Taylor Uoxaua lease. east of Horror. TOR SALE - SECOND HAND LUMBER Vz PRICE 3RD feet of 'JxC S and .VIO feet of lap. Just tho tiling to build your ago with. Knquire at C'ttfe, one block north hte Taroale of bank. 1 ship gar K ing Jte I BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE By taking advantage of the Herald bargain day rate you can make six dollars earn a revenue ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 November 1927

mud AY. mvtMtM in, 1027. By Blosser THE RETURN VD £N& AW7)Xltt<$ TO ttbXM VWAAT 8ECAMG OF P(?ECktES TUKHeVwX jusr pcste/oded twat I VMAS <50)WS TO klLU iTFoeoyR DINMER I \WOUL0Air AAM&. DO/0& ITFOfcTKe WELD-' jfc VNECL-OQWrSAV AMWJAVS AAOQE TOTJAE BOV5 ABOOr 17-irs <SO\>E AAiD I'M oL-AD OP IT-7WEMOIS£ IT MADE J! DEAR I _aL /25V. you AAEAAi 7AAT YOU'RE 60//06 ro <5N6 IT BACK 7D OSJ? ye/ M.taacaa MADE AnE PROMISE 7t>6l\lE IT BAC^-SME SAID ir DIDWT BEL.OAXS TO At BY RI6A.T5 AA>' IT 60BBV-ES ALU 7K TWE ' VME'LL I4.EEP IT A/^D MAKE A PET OF IX \K OAY7 VWE TAG? VeS-TWAMkSSWIAiS IS OMEC /OOVM AA^' POP VJOOAJT kILL IT .'! g°b$ saall i 6et it ScanE \nater TALk LOUDER- 1 CANT A&AR VM)iAT YOU'RE savin' Gobble > goBBLE GoBBL^ >£ke gfeS 1 01927 BY NEA SERVICE. INC LAUNCH 0RI¥E FOR MEMBERS DECEMBER § The Chamber of Commerce will launch its membership drive for the* year 1928, at a banquet to be held on the night of December 5th, with A. E. Ramsay, presid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

'I ^ , i ru H r \ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OP BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 4. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUDNAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1927 . Phone 13 All, DEPARTMENT PRICE FIVE CENTS JUSTICE AND CONSTABULARY FORCE ENJOINED * * * * * * * * * f ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ^ ^ ^ * * * * * * f Y f ¥ ¥ * * * * * * * * * Ic r c n 4 O Borger Christmas Cheer Association Is Organized Friday Night * * * * * * * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ 4; ¥ Y ¥ ¥ * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ # ¥ ¥• f ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ H* *f* * * * DISTRICT ATTORNEY FILES REQUISITION FOR RAY TERRILL'S RETURN IS WANTED IN HUTCHINSON COUNTY ON MURDER CHARGE ROBBERY OF BANK AT PAMPA HERE SATURDAY Alleged Murder of Coke Bu- JOINT HIGHWAY MEETING HELD chanan Occured Last March IDENTIFICATION Finger Print of Man Held in Arkansas Jail Fits Man Wanted Requisition papers, request- ing the return of Ray Terril, whom it is believed was ar- rested in Little Rock, Arkansas late Friday afternoon, to Hu- tchinson county on charges of murder, in connection with the ,deaeth of Coke Buchanan, Borger...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

PAGE TWO ' ■■ the borger daily herald SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1927. i * - ■ CYCLE TRADE PHILIPPINES 000111 IS11 WASHINGTON (jtP)—Thy general disinclination oi the world's peoples to do themselves anything that ea" j be done by machine is illustrated j by statistics of the cycle trade. Department of Commerce reports show that in August the buuou States exported 1.477 motorcycles i worth nearly $350,000 as compared j with :'78 bicycles valued at ' ;°ss > than $10,000. Some $90,000 w r-.h of parts went along with the i.ifl-1 chines. The Phillipine Isalnds was the. best bicycle customer, taking 110 : at a cost of $:5,201), and Cuba was ! second, buying 77. Mexico bought I 41 and Columbia 2S. Czechoslo- vakia. The Neterlauds, Rumania, Spain, Honduras, Jamacia and the British West Indies each gave a home to one lonely American bi- cycle. while Russia, which cannot , produce enough to supply the de- mand. bought none. Canada was the best buyer of; motorcycles, paying $5-8,11-6 for -72 1 ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

''fv-l <mi- * *'■ V. * •J • • "H'-i -3* SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1927. i I. ■ . i THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ■MM Ill- PAGE SOCIAL NEWS BY MRS. RAY HA(iCARl) PHO\'E 13 DANCES AND DINNERS HOLD FULL SWAY THANKSGIVING DAY AND EVENING The Lions club entertained Thaanksgiving night with one of the best dances of the sea- son. The Riverview Club was the scene of this gala occasion. Each Liori was al- lowed and encouraged to in- vite one couple as guests. The services of a local orchestra were engaged and the music was splendid. Everybody felt that they were "thankful" on this anight to be a Lion or a friend of a Lion—because this dance topped off thtose fine turkey dinners that were serv- ed at every tatble in Borger. Dancing ceased during the evening long enough for a oiu' act comedy to be thrown upon an improvised screen, and still later in the evening Burt Southern's Vanities and Pat Williams' orchestra entertain- ed. This was a rather unusual feature for Borger, and was thoroughly enjoyed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

■ • Jl .'■ • * , . " V V THE BORGER DAILY HERALD NOVEMBER 27, 1927. SUNDAY, PAGE FOUR The Borger Dally Herald I i f Published at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Texas, every aretuux Cxcept Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NPNN-WARREN PUBLISHING CO., Inc. NRAL D. NORRIS Manager CHOPSIE S. WELSCH Managing Editor RAY HAGGARD Advertising Manager Entered as Eecond-class matter November 23, 1928, at the post office •t Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. "Hated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication •>l news dispatches credited try it or not otherwise credited In oaper and also tb" .ocal ue s published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year o mo. 3 mo. 1 mo. .vening and Sunday dvenlng only Onlv $7.50 _ 5.00 2.50 RY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month 70c $4.00 2.85 1.3B $2.00 70c 1.50 50c 70 30c By Year $800 ■inaolicited articles. manuscripts. letters and pictures sent to The • id are *eni at the owners risk, and the nublishers expressly re- iti.v lia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERAI.D PAGE FIVE MOM N' POP 'ft™ BILLGERRICK, SON OV A WRMER chum op WS, RECENTLY MOVED IM OMTUE GUNN HOUSE- HOLD, FOLLOWING HIS FATHER'S DEATH. Pop took advantage of A chance "to mey.p thebov out-aut> RETORU. SEEMS To BE taxing ADVANTAGE V rvp. pr>p MAKIN' THE ROUNDS By Taylor sure-rrs syjell'n all that, but 1 camt help missim' ky dad vjhenesier x wamted amy thing his pocket- book yjws alvjavs open maybe you don't like it here? aw-just down im th" dumps, tha's' all what's or bill? you looxl as cheerful as a Boston bull Florida Gets Farrell for -Winter now its different- here l am among strangers, and short on funds- i can't help feelin' blue - mrsf, cheer sp- here's fwe bucks-that'll tide yod cm&s? till you go / YE AH, BILL WAS FEEUN' PRETTY^ WHAT ? BLUE-GRIEVING OVER HIS JEWELL HE DAD AN' SORTA LOYJ ON [ OUGHT TO BE HIS FINANCES-&OT HE'S J WELL CHEERED- CHEERED OP AGAIN- I SLIPPED HIM $5" he got ^5 from \ me the same- way....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

,-sr* 1 I; S5s PAGE SIX THE BORCFR DAT1.Y HERALD • SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 192' Coi uin Family in Difficulties ifllftliXfi U On HEALTH .Subjects I STATL PEPACTfTitNT of- □H HEALTH cJ C A nclpi-5on n.D S-'^c M 0 Rex Theatre Bldg. o I HIS column will be civen to discu-sion of rr.ancrs pertaining to public health. Any questions rej.irJ- inc public health admini'rtr.uion, prevention of disc,-.s^s. child care, sanitation, etc.. will be answered ir, succeed- ing issues of 'his paper. Questions in regard u cure of diseases will not be answered, as score o* 'his De- partment includes or.'.y d.- ase prevent- n. Address Question Box. State Department of Health. Austin. ! pear to be fxood. as small cavities | When walking for exercisei ape I — uf'e ^ Paren.s. anJ j Ahould waIk sev«ral miles ca#> «fi.y £) J) H. CoW ,.re .illd-.ved u. so until the tooth! . , ^..innine ^ n'girn lo ari'tv J', is u'-n iiet CoSary " 11 Pa< "• " ],,<« returned from his a,.a. that •-. rvthinp possible- he done t...

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