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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 December 1927

m s fi I ^ i | B * PAGE SEX "A TP THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PANHANDLE ROTARIANS ENJOY FEAST m -■1 Hor«t;rll !a who mis««r(l the Ro- tary bauquet at Panhandle Friday night miwtetl the treat of their J1T6K when the Kotarianx and the Kolary Aiiuh turn d out in celebra- tion of the Rotary Ann banquet,' and one of the best d^mon'+trations, of good fellowship featured the entire evening, with practical and' original Jokes being played a' the pxpeime of member- of the club.' Wonderful food, several koiikh and mu lc made thin one of the best IColary meetings ever held. David M. Warren, ol the Nunu- Warreri PubllMhing company wan master of ceremonie-, and hi., re- marks and Instructions were in'er- woven with wit which were -round- ly applauded by member", and guests, who responded heartily and were In a ruceptl*. mood to an evening devoted mostly to Inn itev. Johnston, Baptist pastor of i'anhandle rhut'li delivered the in- vocation and gav - a short talk on Christmas, saying that Christmas wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 December 1927

VI ■l SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1927. TRE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN * I •mC* International Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. Jf. E. Nunn ! International Sunday School Lesson f'o Dec. 18. 1927. Review:—The early Prophets of Israel. General Topic:— The Mission of th<> Prophets. Scripture Lesson: Psalm 67. 1. God be merciful unto us, and bless us; and cause his face to shine upon us; Scluh. 2. rhat thy way may be known upon earth, thy saving health among all nations. 3. Let the people praise thee, O Gods; let all the people praise thee. 4. () Let the nations be glad and sing for joy; for thou shall, judge the people righteously, and govern the nations upon earth. Selah. 5. Let the people praise thee, () God, let all the people praise thee. 6. Then shall the earth yield her increase; and Cod, even our own God, shall bless us. 7. God shall bless us; and all the ends of earth shall fear him. Golden 1 ext . God, who al sundry times and in divers ' manners spake in time past unto th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 December 1927

SOCIAL NEWS Murry, Dr. J. \V. Head, Miss Kitlio Neighbors and hostess. BY MRS. RAY HAGGARD PHONE 13 CHRISTMAS SPIRIT PREVAILS ARD JOT RULES AMMKR: SOCIETY HOPES FOR HOLIDAY By MRS. RAY HAGGARD Christmas spirit prevails every where! No matter where you go. you cannot escape the feeling that something won- derful is happening. Down town every store is decorated in red and green and tinsel. All suggestions for Christmas gifts are out on display, not only toys but beautiful things for sister, brother, wife, mother, father, huiband and friend. One cannot help being cheerful and gay, for even the homes are decorated, and in several of them Christmas trees have already been put up and at nights they are lighted in the windows. It is a beautiful sight! Holly wreaths hang in every window and smile upon the passers by. inviting them to enter and share in. the joy inside. All the churches are planning their Christmas trees and Christmas programs for the coming week. Every child .as well as adu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 December 1927

m SUNDAY, DECEMBER' 18, 1927. THE BORCxER DAILY HERALD From (Coutinued I'UKe) PAGE NINty MEXICAN OFFICIALS GREETING LINDBERGH avc u Hliort t;i*Jk on Story TelliuK. *1rn. (iordon Me >3ride spoke ou tin huyortance or tol.MnK children Stor- iM. \ Mm. Clyde Nelll .brought to the flub many interent'i ik points on Culturo of Youth. Mrs. Snioot gave a short synopsis and brief ^criticism on the Talking Animals, y'ra. Wiley E. Crabtree ,«ave a very va)uable talk on Why to Read. jjC. Rhodes very ably spoke on Meu101'5' Training. A short musical .program was rendered at (he close of "le taf# s. Mrs. Gordon. McHi'ide, speaking for the prograrit committee, out- lined the program fo:'' the (inning year. Mrs. Clyde Nelll, Mrt Smoot and Mrs. McBride will liav ' charge of all social programs (or 1 be year. The club wishes t hank Mrs Sherlfler for her very gei'erous oi- fer of the Marland ft mmunity house of their husband's nil Uro- gram. Plans are being nv'-idi take advantage of both t'ii.s the R...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 December 1927

TH& BORGER DAILY FIERALD 13 : ... |,V SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1927. T I VALUES TEXAS . BONDS REVEAL PROSPERITY AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 1 a, (ypi Temis is enjoying 1111 era of steadily increasing prosperity nml develop- ment, if the remarkable jump iir bond isHue values is a good cri- terion. The November total of $l;>,54(i,- 000 is the highest in the history of the state, Comtroller S. II. Ter- rell's figures show, while the $72.- 824,936.'15 total for the fiscal year | ending last Aug. 31, represents an increase of more than eighteen ] thousand dollars over the previous year. Twenty years ago, the fiscal i year's bond issue total for the state was only $2,245,454. The totals have grown steadily from year to year. Road district and school bonds, approved by the attorney general's department and registered by the comptroller, account for much of the totals. Other issues range from municipal water works bonds to fresh water supply district* bonds. One of the largest issues of re- cent...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 December 1927

SUNDAV, OftCEMIHiU IS, 1027. TllK BORCER DAILY JIERALD PACE ELEVEN r (> .1- O M HIS IS :h >r in \u m j il. i- H, V. Y DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results KATE: Two cents per word licr insertion, three insertions for live cents per word. All want ads nre cash in advance. ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Finding Is Not Keeping, Rules Courts of France J * A HIS (/H) An urlint's right lo tear up his pictures, dump them i'.i a garbage can and have them for gotten is now established in law. Andre Camoln, artist, has won a suit to require I he return or des- truction of four pictures he thro*.v away in 1914. Francis Carco, I novelist, bought the pictures after j and as soon as the harbor which jof two art dealers. Each of the I three were ordered lo pay 5,000 i francs damages for injured feci j iiiRH and hurt pride and the pic- ret timed OUT OUR WAY By Williams i ordered ! ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 December 1927

i I & REPORT SHOWS BORGER FREE OF DISEASES Thelma's a Thespian A report of health conditions for the city of Borger by City Health Officer, Dr. H. C. Rutherford, hIiowh that one died from diptherta, one from small pox, one lrom infantile paralysis and one from scarlet fever over a period of six months, end- ing December 15, 1 !• 2 7. "We have not had a case of ty- phoid fever wtihiu the past six months. There is not a case of contagious or infectious disease in the city at the present time. Our water and milk supplies are free from bacteria and practically pure In every respect, and Borger com- pares favorably with any city of its sine in the United States, from the health stanpoint," Dr. Ruther- ford said. Dr. Rutherford expressed his gratitude to the members of the Hutchinson County Medical usaociu lion for their her iy cooperation in laporting contagious and infectious disease# and thanked them for their assistance in keeping the city in a sanitary condition. Housewives Wage ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 December 1927

r Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITI OF HORGBR, TEXAS Phone 13 ALL DWARTHHWW VOL. 2—NO. 23. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS NIGHT WATCHMAN HARRY DODD IS KILLED * * * * * >f. * * # # * * * * ¥ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * •y. * * * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ Los Angeles Police Hold Woman Kidnaping and murder of Child * * * •V * * * * * * * * * * * V * * * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * # * * * * * * * * LINDBERGH'S MOTHER HOPS OFF TO VISIT HER SON. MEXICO CITY O- OTHERS JOIN NOTED WOMAN Si HER FLIGHT First Stop Will Be Made At Indianapolis, Pilot Reports Others Undecided WORLD'S RECORD I Australian and Navy Flier Up In Air Twenty-Four Hours To Break Record DETROIT, Mich. Dec. 1!). (/P) Mrs. Evangeline Lindbergh texfk the j air at 10:15. o'clock this morning j on the first hip of her flight to I Mexico City to spend Christmas with her distinguishe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 December 1927

I Facie two the borger daily herat.!) MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1927. Fi Borger Daily *uu- MOTHER GETS OUT THE MORNING EDITION - VftAL I>. VORBI9 GHOraiB 3. WKLBGXL.. EAT xiAGQAKD ..Managing Editor | —AAl. Mouager mibllakad at 10* Sooth Miln Strict, Sot ««x, Tax as. t7ery Evening £ic«pt Saturday, an# ott Sunday Morning, by Entered an secoud-cUisu matte* November 23. at the post ot- fic* at Border, Texas, under the act of March 3, \SI 7. Th« Amooiaiaij Prw .• exclusive)/ rtnlitUt- vu the nut) for republication of all ut>w aup i'.J ->M credited to it or aot u;her*ia . to C^ia i V«r audi aluo lb* 'ncaj "«wt PttLh*hu<i b>;r«iu. iinSISOItlPTlON KAT.K8 HY UAll 1* \ at) V ANi;iC —ON IE TKAft— to a i TEA & MO MO y •raaiag au Sua 97.50 «-4.'U0 f- 00 70. •toaiug Only 6.00 2.65 1.50 f u« taadt? Oniy —. -2.50 1.3ft 70 Hie HV 0ARKJKK IN CITY Par \V«<u I'or Month Jy i ja> tO« 70c |8.0(l . Jul unsolicited avticio*. inauiufcrii'ti'. lot- t«ra und pictures seni- to The Flaralu «r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 December 1927

r FARM ANIMALS MARKET TOOLS FOR ALL CROPS COLLKGE STATION, Texas, (VP) -Farm animals, "the tools with jwhlch we market our grass and much of our farm crops," Dr. Jay I,. Lush, animal husbandman, of breeding investigations, Agricultt1r-1 al Experiment Station, A. & M. j college of Texas, who will l t! one | of the speakers on the program of; tho special livestock short course] to bo held here Jan. 9-13, has point-1 ed out. "The better the tools, the better job we do," he added. 'There are two ways of making our farm i animals better. We can give them! better euro as they grow up and j we can breed better animals bv j making the proper mating of the j parents. Both processes go hand in j hand. The most important thing for the breeder to know is what' typo of animal he really wants. I Then by choosing sires and damsj of that type and by a judicious j mating of animals closely related! to each other, real progress can be made in building up uniform breeds and flocks of the desired t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 December 1927

The Public Should Read This Page Very Carefully and See the Many Benefits to be Derived From Spending Your Money at Home Odd READ CLOSELY the story of the concern that appears on this page each Monday. You will un- doubtedly see that there are institutions in Borger handling just the things you need and at the cheapest of price plus a service that no out of town institution can possibly give. Spend your money in Borger and ge it back 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 WHITLOOK DRUG STORE PIONEER 1 PANHANDLE Managed by Men of Pleasing Personality, Who Be- lieve in Service GOOD PHARMACIST Prescriptions Receive Closest Attention from Pharma- ceutical Graduates One of the most complete lines of drugs and drugs sundries, is carried by the Whitlock Dniu com- pany on Main street, where it is a pleasure to traMe. A comple...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 December 1927

MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE fx DAILY HERALD Classified Ads | Large Gyroscope Part of Equipment Of Texas Christian OUT OUR WAY By Williams Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results ceuU per word pdt lUScrtioua for ilve All M ini atls am KATE: Two insertion, tliroo cents per word, cash iu advanct I ' V._., isom lodge 1242 A. f. & a. m. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. FORT WORTH, Texan, Dec. 1« (/P)--Included 'i I'"1 new eqiii- ment for the physics depart- ment of the Texas Christian Uni- versity it; a largo gyroscope, it wan announced l>) I'rol Newton dallies, head of the department. With this instrument it is pos- isihle to explain the guidiiin of a i jbicycle without handle bars, the i [spinning of , a top, or why a n>l- —' • liiik hoop stands up while in mo I tiou. j-sJ "Only until a few years ago," .aid Cain ok, "the ovoscope was lit- tle heard of except as a child', toy, v. very good example o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 December 1927

MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD "w ' '' LADIES DRESSES mm LADIES HUTS Steinbergs Xinas Gift $ H .93 BOSS WALLOPER GLOVES Steinbergs Xmas Gift lie IADSES New Spring Dresses Values to $25, Stein berg's Xmas Gift STEINBERGS XMAS GIFT Steinbergs Xmas Gift o Steinbergs Xmas Gift Price Comforts Mens Style Plus Suits I Large Size Cretonne Covered Regular Value Up to $5.00 Steinbergs Xmas Gift Guaranteed All Wool 30 Suits Left. We are closing out men's cloth- ing values up to $49.50 A small deposit will lay one away for you. JF m c. t > Af •;><■'*•■-• -v. m'i MtYtRU*" -7 ¥ .. 'V . BBSES w maammamammmammmsmammm I'repc di' ''I]iii<- Sr. v.i I lies .Holeproof Y I'lirc I'll read i® ® ■OTEansnns EttJ W > i IK 5aBBgaaiHwsBMBawBWMWHM MBwiMBHB—wwb—wwwww *—■——a ■—— MENS 75% WOOL w a """"to «(/«•' ■BaaWBWBBBBWBMHHBBWBBWWMWWHHMMHM—— BOYS, All sizes BABY 3 Boxes ¥^m h taswag TURKISH S SILK RAYON BED WIIIWIIIMIMWWiWPtWMIiffMiWBi IW—Hii H WM'" LADIES NEWEST NOVELTY "SB® ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 December 1927

* j I "N Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronising Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 AJLL DBPAKTIOENH OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 24. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS CHRISTMAS CHEER ASSURED BORGER'S NEEDY * * * * * * # * # * * * * * *?"■ -Y- -Y- V y * *• * * * * * * * *. * * -l"- Y' Y' ^ ^ * * * Lewis Crim Wounded Four Times Will Recover Latest Report ^ v ^ Y- -Y- Y- Y- Y' Y- * * V * * ¥ V * * * * * * * * * * * ¥ Y- Y- Y- Y- Y- * * * * * * * * * ALLEGED MURDERER OF MARIAN PARKER, 12, HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED o O o ' ' EX-EMPLOYE INSTITUTION NOW WANTED Dctcctives Use Comparison of Finger Prints in Making The Detection REVENGE MOTIVE Discharged Six Months Ago After Having Been Charg- ed With Forgery LOS ANGELES, Calif., Dec. 20, (/Pj—William Edward Hickman, a former employe of the Los Angeles First National Trust and Savings hank is declared by Chief of De- tectives Herm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 December 1927

AO,E TWO Borger Daily Herald 9VWW—WAKBBH FUBUUXM COM PA ST, Int. z D. MO&B18. . tOPSlE 8. WELSCH MAY HAGGARD - .Msn*e r! Managing Editor ' Adv. Mauager I a u o u 7« 1.50 61* 70 50 rvhlUhmd at 101 Bo tit* Mfein *« aTtiai, a76ry EvenUJg Bicap* •alurdat od Sunday Morning, by Entered hu secoud-olftsu matte* November 23, 1926. at the post ot- flce at Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. The Awociatcd Pre** in exclu«iv*ly *ntiU« to the use for republication of all nt>* SUpateh^B credited to it « r not <rther*n « cr*dit«d to this paper and also th* loca M<ri publinhod hrreio •DB9CRiPTiON IIATEM Li Y Mid, 1 * AiWANCK —ONK YEAR— I 6 TIB AH MO tV«aln| aafl Hua. #7.50 M.'OO $-.00 l*Mlag Only 5.00 2.S5 ^ttftday Ouly 1.50 i.#5 BY 0AKK1KR IN <JITY Pa* WHi Per Montb .ty Y ja- 10° 70c 18 00 ▲U oaaolicited articUa. Euaiiu«cripU, l n tare and pictures sent to The Herald ur icat at owner# rink, and the udbliaher# m | — lj~ repudiates uay liability o* rehpuus- UUt; for their s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 December 1927

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1927. THE BORC.ER DAILY HERALD r' -v DAILY HERALD Classified Ads PAGE THREE ■ * Material Used In Mattresses On Ships From Java OUT OUR WAY n / Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATIO: Two rents per word per i llitiorlion, three insertions for live conta per word. All waut ads are caHli in iidvaiu-e. SAMAKANC. Java. Kapok, llll- iun for niuttren8es «ik1 lift' savins itl>pllfilii-en. Its exported from Java l>> thousands of tons yearly. It i resembles cotton, but mown in lonn )iods on trees. Natives deliver the pods when ripe to Chinese dealers, | who employ women and children i to remove the-(loss from the husks by hand. The I'nited Stales paid .lava $4,864,000 for 7,1100 pounds' of kapok last year and has increns-, |ed iis purchases ibis year. (F- - " ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. .Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Cull of Citrus Fruits Now Worth Money to Grower LOS ANCKI.KS I fruit, which once 5 a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 December 1927

AGE FOUR iTSUDA GIVES BBY ANOTHER SHANCE TO WIN "r Bobby Chick, not satisfied with hi : remit defeat at the hands of t|i« championship claimaut, Matty has been given another op- portunity to meet the peerless Jap of Sdn Angelo. with uo reduction iu height required bv the Jap as he asked in the former encounter, whtpli necessarily slowed up the B&tger favorite and contributed to bifc defeat. r. When these boys last met. Bobby Was forced to use trying methods to reduce to the 148 pound limit demanded by the Jap, but ou this o£ca4lon he has gained his old time Irfeight back and will go into the ring with no handicap. This should be one of the best bouts ever staged in Borger and there is uo doubt ic the minds of fans that it will bo * tough one. Bobby, the Nebraska flash, is op- timistic and believes that he will br."Sk the dominant Jap, who has won match after match through his rtiftny yeaers of wrestling among the best men in the world. .Although the Jap i? 53 yeears old *nd nece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 December 1927

Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 p.tl. DBPAilTMJENTfl OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITI OK BOKGEK, TEX AH VOL. 2—NO. 25. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS INJUNCTION TIES UP OKLAHOMA LEGISLATURE V- * * •I. * * * H- %• ¥ * * * * * * * * * * * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ # * # * * * * ¥• Charity Workers Are Making Survey to Dispense Christmas Cheer * -Y- * •&%•>(■ * * * if. ^ * * * * # H- H- H- H- H- H- H- rf <£ 2f* H* * * * CHAMBER OE COMMERCE NAMES NEW DIRECTORATE FOR NEXT YEAR I * ALL SECTIONS REPRESENTED ON NEW BOARD Committee of Five Files Its Report at Meeting Held Tuesday Night EVERY BUSINESS Officers Will Be Named at Meeting Tuesday Night January 3 Nineteen business men of Horger, representing every section of it.un, wore named las night to serve as directors of the Chamber of Com- merce for the ensuing fiscal year. The directors were nominated by a. comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 December 1927

PtttJfc TWO Borger Daily Herald ■ UI1—WAKKSN PUBLIlMn# COMPACT, la« WBAL D. MORB2S . CHOFSIE 8. WELSCH BAY HAQOABD Managing Editor Ad*. Manager PbIMmI at iua nonti fcUm *&: t*r, T«za . •7ory Evening Except Stixrdat M4 on Snoday Morning, by Entered as Becond-claaa matte* j November 23, l'J26. at the pout 01 Acq at Borger, Tczaa. under tbe act of March 3, 1897. Th® Aeao« inieJ Pre in ezclutitely i«ntul« to the life for republicatiou of nil new. <li}tutch" credited to it ur not o;her«Ui •tredited to thin paper aod • !•« ih« loca M«i published bereiu •UB8CB1PTION RATES tiT Mill. ADVANCE —ONR YEAR— I fl i TBAB MO UU «' ■mill aad Boa. $7.50 M.'OO • - On 7u •▼•aimg Only 5.00 2.b5 t 5u tt<> ^naday Oalj 2.60 1.35 70 B'- by carrier in city Pu Week Per Month 3y V i 10o 70c • * 0C it- All unsolicited article*. manuecripr*'. leri and pictures neni to The Heralo u •eat at owenrs riak, and the publisher* e> grt<Hlj repudiates any liability 0* reapon.i. bility for their nafo cuat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 December 1927

PACE THREE AUTOPSY HELD OVER VOVD ADD • MILLET FOUND The body of Hurry Dodd, 35, f niKli• watchman, who was slain ear- ly Monday morning in a hIiooIIur affray will) Lewis ('rim. who was wounded four times, will be shipped to LaJunta Colorado this afternoon, * by his father, W. A. Dodd. An au- topsy waft performed last night and tljtc bullet which killed Dodd, and was believed to have passed out oil the right side, was found to have? lodged about an inch from the skin surface, and removed. The bullet was of the 14 steel hard point and was fired from the same ealibie six shooter as that of (.'rim. Humor current since the shooting- occurred had intimated that Dodd had not been killed by the gun of Crim, but after an examination of thfc bullet by officers and G. D. Dodd, brother of the slain man, all doubt was overcome and the bro- ther expressed satisfaction in the belief that his brother had been killed by a bullet tired from the gun of Crim. Crim was reported to be improv- ing at Mal...

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