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

MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1927. Daily Herald Classified Ads! THE BOfcCER DAILY HERALD PACE FIVfc MOM'N' POP By Taylor Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES. Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cen'e per word. want ads are cash in advance. All ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Slated meet- in jjh first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. (EmGiiTBH^HEAStai §sjjai Horizoit ty EENEST LYNN x was tho i)n that week day, h in L_ Odd CHAPTER Tho week following jot" Dec. 12. 18so. I which was Sunday, there was ilarge parade and demonstration | Htinnewell by David Payne's Booui- jer«. Led by Payne himself, they marched ihrouylj the si reels of lllunnewell, 500 atronp, sinking and shouting. An inspiring sermon wa: delivered by a preacher whc lcMitly believed in Payiu SttSQBBBMHHBWBHHBSiSSEStSHBHBi i He spoke of how Moses !-• Fellows Meet every Wednesday *()W01s into the Promised Land. It was a day of high hopes and night at 8:30 at I. O. O. F. Hall 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 December 1927

" '' Wkdim daily ttfife'ALt) MONDAY, DfiCEMBEfl 5, Wf. (Continued trom Page 5) ii " place when LUlte, suddenly remem- bertng that the fire needed stoking, walked over to the stove, picked up th« poltfir and begun to stir the ashes preparatory to feeding, the ire Another charge of wood. HiiT back was to Colonel Meach- am as he bent in front of the stove. In fact, h#, had forgotten, tempor- arily, all about his recalcitrant pupils presence. A slight noise behind him made *him turn, and there was Colonel Meacham, knife In hand, advancing on him in a swift rush. There was no retreating; the stove was in the way. There was only one thing to do and billie did this lack of political influence. Before the new superintendent arrived the Christinas holidays were at hand. Pawnee Bill noti- fied the Indians that the school would be closed during the holidays and no meals, but three of the laiger Indian girls disobeyed or- ders and remained. Lillie emphat- ically order them buck *to the re- serv...

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

Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronising Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 AJUL DKFARTMJKHTB OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 12. ASSOCIATED PRESS 4 BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER6, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS PRESIDENT FAVORS PROGRAM OF EXPANSION * * * * # * * * * * * * * * * * * ¥ * * * * * * * * if. * * # * * * * * * JUDGE WILLIS STRESSES ENFORCEMENT OF PROHIBITION STATUTE t URGES CHANGE CONSTITUTION CLARIFY LAWS Calls Upon Representative Citizens to Urge Hold- ing Election CASE DOCKETED Asks For Careful Investigaion of All Alleged Crime Committed Enforcement of the federal aud state prohibition laws were par- ticularly stressed by Judge New- ton P. Willis, in his charge to the S4th district court grand jury which convened at Stinnett, Mon- day. Judge Willis then explained to the jury the law which refer- ence to murder, and charged the grand jury especially with refer- ence to parties living in open adul- tery,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 December 1927

II fer Daily Herald m*i. o. KOUU , Mumi CaOPilE 8. WELSOH-—tomaging Kditor UT HAGGARD Adv. M n ger VaUlafc* M 101 Soul* Mkln «rwi. ..< Wi' tNM. *nry Evening Bxetpt 8 turd Mi on •n <) y Horning, by jjjg 1 rv4'ys*l THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Entered as second-class matte November 23, 1926. at the post oi Bee at Borger, Tcxaa. under the ac*.' of;March 3, 1897. ^ —- ———— 'Fh« Ansoctftted Preaa is exclusively entitlm co tba u « for rejmblieawion of all n*w« «t V tch"« credited 10 it or nut otKerwla* rraHited to thin P4P«r and *! o th« Inc* avtra published herein. tnuaORll'TION UATE8 UY IIA11, M ADVANCE —ONI YEAR— T1A and Mua. 17.RO ■▼aaiag Only 6.00 luadaj Only 2.30 HY CARRIER IN CITY Tm Vim Pur Month 3y Y in BOo 70c $8.00 Make cruelty to a wife or husband a felony and send the guilty parties to a rock pile on the roadside to work, or to a penitentiary, there would be less divorces on grounds of cruelty. Make wife and hus- band desertion a felony and the punishment heavy, you will see...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 December 1927

■ 'f TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1927. ^ - - , J * HORN PUPILS , Of HIGH SCHOOL I ORGANIZE CLUB A club, composed of only 'the honor students at high school was j organized last week, with the pur- l pose in view of coaching the "flunk- em"' and all backward or handi- capped Btudents. Only those mak- ing above R grades are allowed on the roll and any member, who . re- ceives a C alter joining the Club Is dropped. Also any students who do not make below B during any twelve weeks are taken into the club during that time. But those who have their names on ie roll from now until the end of the term will be regarded by the faculty us the most honorable of the honor- able. The officers have been, elected and a committee appointed to se- lect a name for the organization. The names of the members will be kept on the bulletin board that everyone may see the honor stu- dents of the high school. Besides coaching the students who need help, the club has a wide field of activity in the high school life ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 December 1927

— HHE BORGfcR DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1927. ■gK| 'fiMHr I ERNEST LYNN CHAPTER XII Bfttoitid that blow had been every ounce ofthe young man's supple atrebgth. It was a real sleep-produc- lnj5 punch. The superintendent drop- ped to the floor and In falling struck tits head against the window sill. Blood trickled from the cut and he lay like on dead. Pawnee Bill turned on his heel and stalked out. Furiously he Iralked, and meditated us he walked. lie threw himself down on the-bank of Black Bear Creek and tried to determine 011 his next move. Finally he got up and made Straight for the Indian agent's of- fice. Major Bowman was waiting for him, with an expression of deep concern. "Bill, you're lucky you didn't kill him. He says you tried to. They've taken him to the hospital and he's charging you with attempted mur- der." Pawnee Bill uttered 11 sarcastic little laugh. "Huh!" He's just full of ctfarges of all kinds." Bowman was pacing up and down uneasily. "Well," said Lillle, "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 December 1927

f TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1927. TTTE BOILER DAILY HERALD Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per inaection, three insertions for five cenls? per word. All <; want ads are cash in advance. OUT OUR WAY ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Staled meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. BLAZING (Con!limed rrom page It ami stud poker. In a way you're a reformer." He departed, with a Reninl wave of his hand, and made l'or the barn, where re remained for tome lime talking to his prize mare. Fancy, and stroking her sleek, beautiful "Come to think of it, it was." "Well, that's Shafer. He owns the Oasis. He used to lie marshal ol Caldwell. He held the joii about — six months, during which time he arrested a d uple of dozen assorted I drunken cowboys, everyone . of j which had such a skinful of liquor in him at the lime that he couldn't iiave put up any more resistance than a roped calf. There was about 18 killings in Caldwell while ! ...

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

BOHGER DAILY HERALD K59 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1927. Celebrate •ligation Day of the Immaculate Con- r'the lllessed Virgin Mary *1U ft*, eelabrated Thursday, De- cember the eighth, and Mass will held at the Borger Catholic church ftt 7:30. All Catholics are tttted to attend as this is a day of fcoly obligation. There will be no naM here next Sunday. i. -W FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ••"J 'T " By Blosser THE BEST IN THE SCHOOL BCEAkFAsr= Eastern Star Chapter Will Be Formed Here i bs7 u/ooyis- <sernu<s AUA56R.V FOR MIS KLL SN9 AJM AAi EXTRA EAR OF COft/O yjA)s AKORASIAiS A/ODA LOT OF NICE r AV.' IfF I - ■ • •"> Members of the Order of Eastern 8tar are requested to attend a meet- ing of the order to be held at the Masonic Temple, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The purpose of the meeting will be to sign a petition, making appli- cation for charter, which will be for- warded to the Grand Chapter for ap- proval and granting of the charter. H. W. Fields, in announcing the meeting asks t...

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

Buy what you need in bu y, buttling Borger. Patronising Home Enterprise is the Beat way in which to Build your Town. A fV. W • V "3 K V * ■ T \ I ^ p/ I p " OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS I. Phone 13 AJLIi DEPARTMENT# l-K 4 VOL. 2—NO. 13. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS COOLIDGE'S DECISION CAUSES STOCK SLUMP * * * .y. -Y- .y. if. * * * y * ■y. .y. -Y- >{• H- H- ■'{■ H* H- •f Y- # Y- Y' Y- * * * # * * * * * Borger Rotary Club Receives Its Charter At Tuesday Night Feast * * * Y. Y- * * * ,y, Y' Y- Y- Y- Y- Y. Y- Y> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMPLETES PLANS FOR MEMBERSHIP DRIVE f CAMPAIGN TO START AFTER ANNUAL FEAST Teams Are Organized and Leaders Appointed to Make the Drive a Success THREE DIVISIONS World Will be Told Truth About Borger Through Press of Nation At a semi-monthly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce directors last night at I he Chamber office, plans for opening the membership dri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 December 1927

Daily Herald • i*-- ■ ' '■ ruBBir Ptrluamt ^PiUTY, 1**. ^ * O. MOEBIS P8IE . WEItBCH Managing Editor r HAOOASP Adv. Mi aanagat nilllkM S 102 Sontk M !£ 8tr t. Be |V, Tuu, every Evening Except *«tord ? u< an Sand** Horsing, b , CROWDED OFF THE ROAD Entered as second-class matte' j November 23, 1926. at tbe post ot i i Bee at Borger, Texas, under the act j of March 3, 1897. j Tke Auoeikted Pre s i .xclniiively amittm 1 to the use for republication of nil now* j *UpAtch"s credited to it or not o:her«ria% cr«dit«d to this paper and alto ths !oc : U«i published herein. •UBBOBIPTION BATK8 BY MAIL, I* ADVANCE —ONE YEABr— i 0 * YBAB MO. MO W and Sam. $7.60 $4.0t) $2 00 70. Mrtmimg Only 6.00 2.S5 1.50 lumday Only 2.50 1.85 .70 80< BY CARRIER IN OiTY Per Wee* Per Month -iy V ->*' SO* 70c 18.00 ▲11 unsolicited articles, manuncriptr lo tars and pictures Bent to The Herald ar- ae t at owners risk, and the publisher* ej prsssly repudiates any liability or response bility for their safe c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 December 1927

IF Wednesday, December ■ PAGE THREE 7, 1927. BORGER HERALD DAILY ^ L-S " ■'. r. tit /. r >i: v.. « . • Daily Herald Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATES: Two cents per word per bisection, three insertions for live cenle per word. All want ads are cash in advance. * ^ J -i i ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. or Ton Ik lit WEDNESDAY 7th Work In K. A. Kntcml Appren- tice Decree, ou Thursday, Fri- day and Satur- day, 8, !>, 10. work in Master degree. •All Master Masons Invited BLAZING (Continued from Page -1 | surprise. "You here, Craig? Olud !io see you. Step up and have that I oenl hlrf way to give us the impression that he's Kolnp to do nothing?" "You and 1 sure do tliink alike, Hilt. Shafer went nine miles out i I his way to impress us witii the fact that he was going to sit tight Now I'm going a few miles out of mj way to try and make Shafer's friends across the street think I'm heading hack to the Bar K. I'm going to start out in that direction, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 December 1927

& V ■ -V^ ' .vdfa '• k v:.. r ' " fr • ' ' HJERAliD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1927. HUM PLANNEB HEAR BORGER Ten acres of land is to be ob- tained in the near future (or the purpose of starting an experimen- tal truck, poultry and dairy farm near Borger in an effort to deter- mine Just what can be grown in this'-territory, O. C. Goodwin, sec- retary of the Borger Board of Trade announced Tuesday morning. Mr. Goodwin said that with the cooperation of men interested in the development of the truck gar- dening business, which had been as- sured by several large companies, that ample water supply had been offered to irrigate a ten acre tract, where every vegetable would be planted on a small scale to deter- mine Just what could be grown the most profitably. When this experiment has been conducted, we can assure farmers that we have a soil here, that with pro per irrigation can grow practically anything, profitably, and this will be an inducement to bring them here to settle, Goodwin sai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

' • '; i " m TWO THE BORGER DAILY Borger Daily Herald HOLDING UP 30ME GOOD MEN, CAL HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1927. -WABRBN PUBLISH!** COMPANY, Idu D. XOREIB | CHOPSIE S. WELSOA^ManaKiug Editor EAY HAGGAED Adv. Mauager It 109 Bootfc M >tu But l*r, Tcxaa, «7er7 Evening Bxc«pt ] %nd on ttuucUy Morning, by Wni^roci as second-class matte* ! November 23, 19 26. at the post ot , flee at Borger, Texas, under the aci j of March 3. 1897. Tl)« Ahuociatod Prena i* exclusively to tho use for rajHililienion of all n*>n< i tivdUud t it or rit>t rretlitml t«> this paj«;r mi<J ®i*o tt ^ lor* I «vra luibliahod herein y< 6U> 80- •UliSCRlPTlON RATES BY U A II ADVANCE —ON E YEA It— \ e e YEAR MO MO an«t ftqm. #4.00 #2 00 ilvMilnf Only 6.00 2.65 l.fio Only 2 50 1.85 -70 UY CARRIER IN 0ITY P«r Wefll Per Month .*y Y 300 70c $8.00 Atl unsolicited articles, manuscript? It*, tsrs and pictures sem to The Herald &-*■ a«nt at o.wners risk, and the publishers e> jaTrt^ei) repudiat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

■*> HIKT uOlrLklb TO TRY BECCA FOR ROBBERY ^^iaGRANGE, Texas, Dec. 9, (/p) ^^Charles Renick, a farmer in the Round Top community was selected V^day as the twelfth Juror in the tirial of Rebecca Bradley Rogers charged with robbing the Farmers National bank at Buda last Decem- ber. The court at once adjourned to reconvene this afternoon to allow time for W. A. Jamison, cashier of the Buda bank to get there. He probably will be the first witness called by the state in the case. The case is being tried on a change of venue from San Marcos where it was originally set. The crime is alleged to have been com- mitted one Saturday. At thai time Mrs. Roegrs held a clerical posi- tion in the state house under the Ferguson regime. Her mother is beside her in the trial. This is the third attempt to try the case. She was tried at Round Roclc on a charge of arson and the jury failed to agree. At Round Rock it was alleged that she burned a house in an attempt to side track people and rob a bank. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

rSUOARLAND, Texau, </P>— 12 9xan citleB, with an exception here and there, have their future bound up In the development of inanul'i 'luring, according to K. 11. Brown. statistician and unaiyslst, who seta forth Mb views in a way apparently informative, in a publi- cation here devoted to the develop- ment of the state. Growth causes, both present and future, are summed up forthwith: Waco—Hall centers, agriculture. Particularly suitable for the de- velopment of industries with north and south markets. Houston— Ocean transportation, should develop manufacturing and especUt^ly concentrate on manuiac- turing for export. Dallas—Agriculture. population concentration and rail cn er. At ready important jobbing and dls- Sliould increase which is not pri- ll pon proximity of * 1 mBi ■ ' m mi *->• W -Agriculture and tributing centei in manufacturing marily dependent raw materials. San Antonio- rail center. Shou'd develop manu- facturing with emphasis on export- ing. Corpus Cliristi—Oc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

■_ r ■ • V.w ■ i Friday, December 9, 1927. — — TTTE RORCER DAILY ITER ALT) PAGE five > < > I A Two Stores orfier k w _ ,r^ >lL Q-V? • ir> j 1 Botf Stores SB5B8 ■■fVtf.r JS£~ EHKaSwi&i fr Ira ^ 1 .V PE I w 171 mzma !? . mm Mi %J taw1 WE OFFER UNUSUAL VALUES IN HIGH GRADE MEATS DUR- ING THIS 2-DAY SALE—ALL OUR MEATS ARE U. S. GOV * ffim&BS r a to h? r?>-. h rr.j et.^ wm 3 p. .*> be" gL||l |j! (f | J|f £ &.GL f( llw?' S.ar&e Finn Head cac n .a P Ifc K ERNMENT INSPECTED. SER- VICE WITH A SMILE ALL THE jgg TIME AT OUR MARKETS. \j v. Crop \av 'ls, Ni< size, j mt doz. :5 lbs. I sera lie -Sr~ ii-5®33E t ii: 6 — S& few wswbsshrms Ipc Spsssfit^aw ™ V> ' & « . :n . . . L) js .\1 5S3K23K2E MI.\KI>. per lh. am-:' r&xsaamstjs^s • agagaBi3^fflWHirariii igtf^^ BM Solid am! (Jreen per !1>. ®\Lo _ C*/2^ | &.;£ ; , J.V.' * | il?^' : 2'.:. -4 ji !£ b. L ifi & ■ i-"U *''' %£ lOc |>kjn-, eaeli iwwmMm^sywrm?:';''-: ■ 'i No. 1 Candled ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

i • > •. i ■ t ' I V ami i ItlEKMI HKE IT COUGH . . (-'• ". . Another victory was marked up for the elusive Bobby Chick la.it flight when he won two falls out Of three oyer Sergeant Bob Bylund of St. Paul. The first fall went to Bylund with a body slam in ;io minute^ while the second and third fall went to Bobby, in 40 .hd 15 minutes respectively. The first fall was uneventful, both wrestlers giving the regular look over in sizing up the other man, but in the sesond a free for nil was staged when Bobby in an effort to throw Bylund from il\e ring was seized by the referee, Joe Kopecky, who became mixed up and all three wrestlers fell in a mass on fans sitting in ring sid seatB. A mass of twisting arms and legs were all that was visible for several seconds as fans endea- vored to separate the then angered wrestlers. All threo wrestlers were finally dlhentangled after the ropes sur- rounding the ring had given way and Kopecky emerged rfom the mftss with a bloody nose received by one...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1927. 9 4 # TOY SELECTION PLAYS PUT 11 CHILD TRAINING DALLAS, Texas, (fl5)—Improper toys are a waste, while well-chosen playthings often leads to the real making of the child, in the opin- ion of l)r. Manton M. Carrick, director of public health hero. Dr. Carrick has Just issued a list of suggestions as to how par- ents should choose toys tor their children. Dr. Csrrick has just issued n list of suggestion as to how parents fihoudl choose toys for their child- ren. All important, says the doctor, Ik remembrance of the fact that toys are of two classes; those that de- velop tho body, and those that de- velop the mind. Body building playthings are especially adaptable for the sluggish child who does not take tho necessary amount of ex- ercise. Included in this class are bicycles, wagons, sleds, rings, tfwings and slides. Tho second group is especially fitted for the nervous child, since it makes him have self control. Under this classification. Dr. Car- rick places...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

SfSll in. THE BGRGBR DAILY HERALD FOUR FIVE-CONTINENT FLIERS #s «©: wis BUY AN, Texas, (^P)—The great-j est need of major league baseball | Is for the members of the teams j to be Imbued with the college sp:r-j it, according to Warren (Hlpij Collins, former A. & M. football; star, who has been pitching in the I big show for the past seven years.! Collins is a member of the pitch- ing staff of the Detroit Tigers, and! he formerly hurled for the Newj York Yanks and the Boston Red j Sox. Collins was here recently j for the Aggie-Longhorn .'ootbail game. "The owner of the BoBion Braves acted wisely in signing Jack Slat- tery, Boston college coach, as man-' ager for next year," said Collins He believes that in the near fu-; ture big league clubs will look to the college for many of their managers as well as for their! players. "There are many big league players who think only of draw-! ing their pay checks and lack the - :-:ASS_ Janeiro AFRICA Select Spring As Memorial For Red Cross ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 December 1927

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921 Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results ______— , ;! RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cenlft per 'word. All j; want ads are cash in advance. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ONLY ONE LINDY! /- PAGE NINE' JL_x- isom lodge 1242 A. F. & A. M. For Tonight WEDMEHDA V 7tl> Work In K. A. Entered Appren- tice D«'(trec< on ThurHdny, Fri- day and Satur- day, K, . 10. work in Master degree. All Master .Masons invited MR. COOLIDGE TURNS CRUSADER fT Odd Fellow3 Meet every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. )F. Hall 1-2 block wsit Prazer Hotel. FOR SALE FpH SALL- Thirteen J year old Ilolhtein j heil'er«. Some fresh now others soon. 5 miles west of Panhandle on N. Arnar- illo road. Kov T. S!ai;!e. i:;-:np J'Olt HALK—Jl 2rt 1 lui.-lc . Priced right. Call 2S7 son at Hoffman Apta. >upe, model ."> cull in jm 12-'Jtc FOIl HAI-K-ir.':. <3tt« Plant. I - 2 tar. Ford mile turning. Marian-.! rth Uorger. <a...

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