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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

W vaca- I" re- dg. €> s iC. ns- lor- ain ;ht .\k 30 |ivvv $ I J * I tleA will i SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1927 I * THE COROiER DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Daily Herald Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want /Ids For Results RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word. want, ads are cash in advance. J! OUT OUR WAY iso.M mhh ■!'< rj- y \. i \ v /\. M Fellow < r, ft li.nil Muster. Nuv, • u 7 • p. in. evenings. Odd Fellows Meet every \Vednendav nlKht at 8:30 at I. O. 0 IF. Hall 1-2 block wf.si Frazer Hotel. MHnKBtBBnUtaHBB FOR SALE 1 FOR SALi;—19'J7 Chevrolet truck, run 8.<>00 in ilse. Box 451. Burger. 4 ~'tp J'OIt SALE— Good Ford truck. 19-7 mo del. phono 21)9. 1 :«tp FOR SALU—Two jt<kh1 two room frame houses on .'"xllO I«'t {.rood locution South Burger. Thes;- ^ >unes are <om plettly finished lights gas and, water. tJood income property now rented. Cos' inn $i:i50.0(> will sell for *1000.00 would consider good car in trade. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 November 1927

Bipp THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Jap Meets Bohemian lay Night Joe Kopecky, the rough Bohein Ian. although unable to e.ttend the wrestling match here and up- hold his challenge to meet three lo<al men, whom he guaranteed to throw In thirty minutes, issued a challenge to the winner of the Matauda-Chick match in a tele- gram to Promoter Elmer Guthrie Saturday Matsuda won two straight falls against Chick, the first in an hour and fire minutes with a flying mare and the second in 30 min- utes with a stepover toe bold. Matty Matsuda, per usual, said that he would not meet Kopecky until he made the weight of 150 pound9. which Kopecky has agreed to do and pas posted 1100 as a guarantee that he will make the weight. Matty has also posted a purge of $100 to guarantee his attendance. Kopecky has the record of two wing over Bobby anrl when Mat- suda meets the Bohemian Thurs-j day ngiht, he won't find an easy victim. Chick was hard enough for the -Jap to dispose of and the faus are now speculatin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 November 1927

* Phone 13 «M. DEPARTMENTS OFFICIAX PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGKR, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 5. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS PROSPECTS BRIGHT, CUT IN INSURANCE RATE ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * .y. .y. .y. * # * # * * * * * * * * y. .y y. .y y. y. * # * * * * Trial of Mrs. Madge M. Salmon On Charge of Murder Begins # * * * * * .* * ¥ -Y- .v. * * * * * * * * * * * * y. x ,y. ^ ^ y ^ ¥ H- H- H- * * * BURGLARS RAID THE CONSTABLE'S OFFICE AND STEAL TWO STILLS 1 o 1.7 i FINGER PRINTS FURNISH CLE! PERPETRATORS S«izure Was Made Less Than A Week, One on Last Saturday AFTER MIDNIGHT Officers Are Making an Inves- tigation; Left Office Late Sunday Workers of the night drove their truck up to Constable Macey's office and quietly loaded two stills, of 800 and 300 gallon capacity and haul- ed them away between 12 o'clock Sunday night and day break Monday . morning. Theft of the stills was not discovered until Constable Macy went to his off...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 November 1927

ass 1W w?l TWO THE BORGER DAILY HERALD . MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1927. - HHI Daily Hen ■ BAX D. MORRIS OHOPSIE S. WELSCH KAY HAQOABD NOW FOR A LITTLE SALT ON HIS TAIL Hut|tl - Managing Editor j ... Adv. Maunger u'f. Y/" fjW ptibllsfcad at 109 South Main Strati, Bor- I far. Taxaa, «Terj Evening Bxcapt liaiuraay. : and od Sunday Morning, by wealth that flows from the earth. The story tells how, in a ■iit> wealth began to .flew into the pockets of the erstwhile ranchers who bought the land I years ago, or if they did not buy it, their ancestors did. Entered as second-class matter j November 23, 19^6, at the post of- fice at Borger, Texas, under the act I of March 3, 1897. / s. The Asaoclated Press i« exclusively «>ntitleu j to the use for republication of ail now* ! dispatch"* credited to it or not otherwi*. J credited to this paper and also th* torai | aewi published herein. lirHSORirTION KATES BY Uilt. : ■> advance —ON! YKAB— i fs ) fSAB MO. BO Mt> n.slsi and Sn . 17.50 14.0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 November 1927

1 •« , ■, • .4' MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1927. v i . ij. ,"' THE BORGER DAILY HERALD .. PACE THREE sve ' ' a • t *4 k THE NEW FORD CAR ysr" <lAn announcement of unusual importance to every automobile owner *■" * 'N, IINETEEN years ago we made and sold the first Model T Ford car. In announcing it to the public we said: '"We will build a motor car for the great mul- titude. It will be large enough for the family, hut small enough for the individual to run and care for. It will be constructed of the best materials, by the best men to be hired, after the simplest designs modern engineering can devise. But it will be so low in price that no man making a good salary will be unable to own one.' "If I were starting in business today, or asked to restate my policy, I would not change oue sentence or one word of that original announcement. In plain, simple language it gives the reason for the very existence of the Ford Motor Company and explains its growth. "T JLN THE last nineteen years we ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 November 1927

W "?■ .. ■ 'Wmi Ml PI 1 _ I I i «r % THE BORGER DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, t%WWWWW<WWHWWH WWMWHWWtnwmw «< Wt WWWM t^W W WW Daily Herald Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per ina'eetiou, throe insertions for five ceiiti* per word. All want ads are cash in advance. OUT OUR WAY By Williams ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- j| injrs first and third Thurs- 1 days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Si- Flying Is a Lot of Fun, But- Odd Fellows Moot every Wednesday night at 8:30 at 1. O. O IF.. Hall 1-2 block «5<jjv Frnzor Hotel. FOR SALE rou SAL 1 vooi«\ <•< turn ;ir.> Kverythin* to ompletoiy fu-. >h ll<'U1'V NI ''«• Sj t ;tl V |\N O h-O i- v *.M of Crane hoi* : m \l iloor !• uon;\ . { a*h tiro- • • > • 51 \\)H SAL! room ri n vhc*l !ot with jj.ivace. l*ri« •• •i.St'.vn M;-> \\ l*o<- hot. 1-tlR SAI ' 1! "J 7 i hovrol. t rui k 1 • 8.000 miUo. H -\ I 4. It.- ; :,-! 1 "• rou SAI.r • <•• r« r«l ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 November 1927

. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1927 PAGE FIVE as v THE BORGER DAILY HERALD The Pubic Should Read This Page Very Carefully and See the Many Benefits to be Derived From Spending Your Money at Home. "sd « *!) t f* 1 H.- 01 Hf O W the story of the concern that appears on this page each Monday. You will un- IsHtnlSp W1XW$#IbiL fc 0 | 11 • , 1 • douDtediy see that there are institutions m Borger handling just the things you need and at the cheapest of price plus a service that no out or town institution can possibly give. Spend your money in Borger and ge it hack in the form of Good Streets, Sewer Systems and Modern Convenien- ces. A story and history of 20 of Borger's leading and most progressive business firms will appear on this page- ONE EACH MONDAY- READ EACH ONE borger transit £ FJ Galbreath Head of Concern Made His First Meai of Sardines BIG WAREHOUSE I Modern Equipment Now Used Including Moving Vail lor Household Goods- The lit'.si load of freight ever tra:isported int•> Morser 1>y ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 November 1927

mmw. sxiSffp :;. 'r; jjjjiMi THE BORGER DAILY HERALD mfKmrn MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1927. SENT -JU- (Continued' front Page 1) -7- \ that If the pool was accepted as a tetUfactory testing place by the ■Insurance commission he would tak the commission to send a rep- resentative to Borger to conduct the test, 970 Gallons Minute Chief- Pike declared that he had tested the pumpers and found that they delivered 9 70 gullons per minute, both draft and hydiaut pressure. Pull information has been fur- nished the commission concerning the water system of the city, the Bource of supply, which are four wells, 4 00 feet deep, each with a capacity of one million gallons aday, fifteen miles from ltorger in Carson county oil land owned by the Phillips Petroleum com- pany who sell the water to the Panhandle Power & Light com- pany as operators of the system. The first requirement in the matter of re-survey and lower key rate undoubtedly will be met with the testing of the pumpers. Next steps would ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 November 1927

VUL/. Z INU. D. AOOWVjin I HDOO uuuumv, 1 I iWTuiuuun *- •', xu^i. ONE DEAD, AND ONE INJURED IN OIL WELL FIRE _p * * * * * * * * # ****** ****** * * * *** ***| BENNETT DOTY GAINS RELEASE FOREIGN LEGION Former Mississippian and World War Hero to Return Home DESERTED, CHARGE Discharge Hanging Fire For Weeks, War Minister Is Cause * * * * * * * * * * * * mft if* vft ift 2ft Y« BORGER RESPONDS TO CHARITY'S CALL OF W. BLAZE * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ONE MAN KILLED 15 INJURED, IN TRAIN COLLISION 9 o PARIS, France, Nov. 2!), — The release of Bennett Doty of Biloxi, Mississippi, from the French Foreign Legion will take place at Oran, Algeria. The release has been hanging fire for weeks. The Minister of War Instructions to Doty's colonel were to muster him out of service at Oran and deliver him to Albert Klford, the American consular ugent there. Doty jointed the Foreign Legion after the World's war and served iin the Druse rebellion. During a lull in the fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 November 1927

% I Borger Daily Herald Vf S ..i. >.y ,/-<;• - .';V -■•. . S •>•• >f■•%:■■*■ V the borger daily herald iii. —i J—. I I ppjwJpM tuesday, november 29, 1927. WHY SOME FOLKS GO SOUTH fS ■MAX d. ao&sis- „ , ____ CHOPSIE S. WELSCH .. Managiug Editor EAT HAGGARD AdT. Maiugtr L PmMlakad at 10 Bootk Mkln Itnil, Ber- •w. Twm, tytrj Evening E*c«pi tur<Uf iaa on innd*y Homing, by —■ - iii rii'iitrwr & Entered us secoud-cliiBti matter November 23, 1926, at the post of- fice at Borger, Texas, under the act at March 3. 1897. Th« AnomaLeJ Pre«J i« oxi'lusively eutitt«u Co tho use for republication of all new* din|>atch"e credited to it or oot otberwii- credited to this paper and uUo th« lora> • e * published herein. SUBSCRIPTION HATES BY UA1I. f advance —ONE YEAO— 1 e TBA& UO. Axaleg and Sua. *7 SU ft.Mt ■Tanmg Only u.00 2.65 Tnnday Onlj . 2 .50 1.85 BY CARRIER IN CITY Pot Weak Per Month Jy Y ja 30c 70c *8.0« AH unsolicited articles, mniius<-r/iptr le< tors an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 November 1927

j ■';!; '' ' (TUidDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1927. THE BOROER DAILY HERALD PAGE THIUtt MM - . , ' • v ■- ■,"f i;- IMPORTANT FACTS THE NEW FORD CAR Complete details of the new model will be available this FRIDAY in this city JlRIDAY of this week will unques- tionably be We of the most important days in the entire life of the automobile industry. On that day, complete details of the new Ford will be available in this city. You will be surprised when you get the facts about the new Ford car, for you never have dreamed that such a really fine car could be produced at a low price. As Henry Ford himself says — "The new Ford car embodies the best results of our experience in making 15,000,- 000 automobiles. We consider it our most important contribution thus far to the progress of the motor industry, to the pros- perity of the country, and to the daily welfare of millions of people." The new Ford car is distinctly a new and modern car, designed to meet new and modern conditions. It is more than a n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 November 1927

'G***'!^? *'/ - -:-:''-r- ■ FKI'ION I 'OTtSiGirr w tywfiw ty likNtb'T LYNN. CHAPTER I ! wiu, the haven of thirsty souls who , In 1871 a few buffalo hunters, j worked along the right of way. among them a certain Captain, i Here were cattle thieves, horse Stone, pitched their, camp on a| thieves Indians, desperadoes; wo- little knoll in Kansas just north men, some with children and others of the Indian Territory line. South j with hard eyes and painted cheeks and west of the rise flowed Fall! and a ready smile for each passing creek; on th' east the waters of! male; men making sidewalk speech- Big Casino 'eel; ran their end- i es on the coming greatness ot ( aid- less course and invited the roam- j well, urging thulr listeners to hu> ing herds of buffalo and other; while the boom was yet young, wild game in which the region a clatter of hoofs and an en- abounded. ! veloping cloud of dust moved down The captain was a far-seeing j the street. Three men dismounted man. He noted the. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

" Tv'■ t. Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Al.L OF.PAIITMKNM OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITF OF ISORGER, TEXAS ^VOL. 2—NO. 8. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS ti •r t- <- In fi ►Sij * vein Ballots Are Taken Be- fore Result is Reached By Body LAST SEPTEMBER Victim is Shot at Home Near Groom in Carson County PANHANDLE, Dec. 1 Mrs. Madge M. Salmon, charged with (be mur- der of tier husband in September was given u sentence of five years by a jury in Judge Newton P. Wil- lis' court here at 10:15 this morn- ing. The case went, to the jury at 2:30 yesterday afternoon, and with the first ballot, one juror held out for the death penalty, in the second, two voted for acquittal, while ten asked for a penitentiary sentence, and in the seventh ballot the jurors reached a compromise vote, of five years in the state penitentiary. Mi Salmon was killed last Sep- tember as he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

FAGE TWO v — r' • THE BORGER DAILY HERALD > Wfoft I « I R^tajSPgj t \ 0 NEW FORD TUDOR SEDAN An example of the fine coachwork of the new Ford cars. New military-type sun visor, and crown roof. Narrow pillars atid new door construction give unusual vision. Both front seats fold forward, giving easy access to rear seat. Ample spi.ee between scats. Yoitr choice of four artistic color harmonies—an unusual feature in a low-price car. $495 (T. O. B. Detroit) THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 19l ? * 4 First Pictures of the New Ford Car jg m . 3 * -: I * t' 'mj t. * • u** m * 'I* / I"*H * Get complete details TOMORROW at Ford salesrooms J? OR several years we have been working on the new Ford car. For weeks and months you have been hearing rumors about it. For the past few days you have been reading some of the details of it in the newspapers. Whatever you do tomorrow, take at least fifteen minutes to get the full story of this new automobile. You will realize then that it is an entirely new and di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

r k t THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1927. THE RORCER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE 4* AS GRID SEASON ENDED itm. % •i i fc -%. * Ever see a football pietim just like litis before'.' It wa ■: laken a I the Philadelphia game between Temple and Bueknell unirrslties. The somer- saulter is Ilalieki. Bueknell lu-lflun-K. i I ■ nded uninjured. phi iK 1*3 Til.t Kit N O.N jOnly 59 Smiths In University Taking Courses Al ST1.N, Dec. I. (#'i "Do you j know where a fellow named Smith lives?" That (|uesLion. asked on the Uni- versity ol' Texas campus, would (ail for considerable qualification by the interrogator, if tie expected ot learn anything. Even the first name and a description might not be such a strong clue, because 5!l I students named Smith are attending' j th - university, a student statistician '■ has found. The statistician found that the] Johnsons also were plentiful, being second in number with 42. Other families are represented numerically : as follows: Browns and Williams, j 34 each; Moores, 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

THURSD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1927 PAGE FbUR THE BORGER DAILY HERALD fTJW* * „ P i.. v ptim «r i COMPANY, Inc Borgef b*ily Herald HEAD OF ARMY WILL 'REVIEW CADET CORPS HAL O. HORBI8 DHOFS1E 8 WELSCH BAT HAGGARD good roads follow civilization Good roads induce settlers of all kinds to come where they ilhiwi'.' ''! r 1 nvn fnilTld Adv M-inajj&r are IOUI1U. ATTEND THE JEWELRY i'ubllgbtCl 102 Sou'fc M-« ri Btr *v Bo. i r, T«XAa, i7ury Evfumg Sxinyl Sati.rdav ow ttuod*y Morning, by Wnler«c) as seeoDd-classa matt*" November 28, 1926, at the post of- fice Ht Border, Texan under the act if March < 189 7. A man's religion is his phil- osophy of life and should be regarded as such and held sacred. All religions pilot folks to the same goal. VIim AxaociatfJ Prws* nv.rluhivkly to lino for republicQtiou of h.i n -«~ Alopatch'M* ori (l;ito it -i not oth «rv*M- iroiiitod to thin paper ami lxo thw loc • nw* (•ufclisUeci herein inBROK i PTI ON RAT KS HY WW ADVANCE •ONE YPIAR- fl a TRAH ICO MO ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

! THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1927. THE BORCxER DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE > Suijfiay Twilight program Will Be Presented Soon FORT WORTH, (/P)—The Hrst Sunnily twilight musical program will' 1Je presented by the choral club of Texas Christian University on December 1 with Wiliam Halch as soloist. Th" program will be giv- en in T. C. U. auditorium. The choral club is a new organi- zation at the university this being Its first formal appearance. It is composed of both the men's and girl's glee clubs, having il 111 Gill- bership of about 60 voices. The appearance on December <1 j is the first of a series of Sunday twilight musicals which will be given during the coining year. The j next, a Chrstmas cantata, wll be given on December 18. The pro- j grams will be free to the public. Texas Prepares For More Cold ^ Weather Tonight DALLAS, Dec. 1 (>p) -With many points in the northern and eastern sections of the state having report- ed temperatures less than thirty- two degrees last night, Te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

' ' ' . e:\ . ... . '• l' >"•: kw> , *t - ;/w' | THURSDAY, DECEMBER PAGE SQL THE BORGER DAILY HERALD He lingercl a little lonoger at the restaurant. Then he directed his steps toward the postofflco—and a turning point in his life. SPECIAL NOTiC >;'V4 ^ H , L CHAI'TKlt V E&NEST LYNK QPYEIGHTDZ7 ^NEAS&GVIC CHAPTER IV Craig opened the wallet and pro- duced a faded envelope. "As tem- porary administrator of Jeff" Har- riffr.'s estate—which job I took on Uninvited and without legal author- ity—t examined the deceeased's personal effects. If I'd knowed what was in this letter 1 wouldn't have read it. "It's a secret I'm satisfied to let remalin with the administrator." said Titus Moore. "I'm insisting on telling you— and nobody else. Jeff Harrison's wife left him 11 years ago and run away with another man. This note is her parting word." "Does the boy know?" "The boy thinks his mother is dead. Says she died in Chicago when he was two years old. It does beat all what unreas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1927. THE BORDER DAIF.Y IIERALD PAGE SEVEN F. 19 he ts Idrc II i i 11 r Hri wH r"l sam mmma fu ;incj« In ^ 11 Lr L . - rai- JjUNIOIUiMtM m * <y « :: i ' Daily Herald Classified Ads •OUT OUR WAY 5 By Williams 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 I //- ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting' Mas- ons invited. BABE AND CHIEF PROMISE F1STI8 FfllS HEAL BOBT Clever End w/i-W, I DOMT "5E.E. AMM REASOM FOR BOWS NOT READlM -TT-AESE WOVEA/i • VMUV. VNELL.I CAKiT <5ee. e\tv-\er. fh\-o FRAMV^ MERRWNELL IS A VE.PW MAMC1 FELLOW, MERE "TVAEM ? 1 HA1MT READ rth\em net ! x v-\aimT had ' A CHANCEf! ^ Ti-\ K\DS RE AO t .VH IMWVWV H>..VWV4V.««V When iu Amarillo Park Your Car at CORNflK 7th 4: TYLBR STREETS Hfurt of Shopping District Your car is Kale from tlieft aid collision. T ti W i'lLLlHG ANO PAR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 December 1927

, • • • • ■ PA 2*2™. BHSSHIUBBHMWKay THE BORGER DAILY HERALD BLAZING W' (Continued from Page Six FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HE'D SOON FIX THAT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1927. By Blosser might Btart an argument. •'I will." He turned abruptly and strode toward Breudon just as the latter was extending the watch for the fourth or fifth time. Urea- don hadn't Been him coming and Uillie's fingers had closed about the timepiece before he was aware of ■what was happening. "I hate," said Lillie calmly as he wrenched the watch out of Breadou's hand, "to interrupt your little party, but I'm just tender hearted enough to be rubbed the wroug way when I see somebody being picked on." He turned his back deliberately on the amazed Breadon and placed the watch in the eager hands of the Indian, who thanked him vol- ubly if incoherently. "You'd better tuck it away in a pocket, if you've got one," Lillie advised him, and then went crashing dcwn into the dirt himself with Breadon's voice j cracking in his ear...

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