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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 April 1927

M j&$ i'MM of Columbia, debts owed Unci* ho matter with . ( h TV AiMtiatad rnw) kTLANTA.—Boys and girls of Jase period have brains not- idlng bell-bottomed trous- short skirts. A. M. West „ the University of Minnesota here for the meeting of the Am- erican Association of College Reg- istrars, notes that 'students of to- Sy make at least as good marks their predecessors and seem to succeed after leaving college. NEW YORK.—Another debate on ft big question is in the making, but perhaps, unlike the Borah-Butler meeting, there will be no lack or seats. Professor Edwin R. Selig- Hon Fish. ■ ■' -Hh ,#V.- PHILADELPHIA — Mrs. Bos Burken of New York has so many diamonds she needs a book-keeper to count 'em. She so testified in a suit which resulted In a verdict for $476 against her and in favor were both acquaintances of Herbert of Mrs. Margaret Hoffman. They Stanley, alias "Lord Beeverbrook," who is serving time for swindling women of gems. PHILADELPHIA—A Democrat in the 'White House ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 April 1927

. ITANCK 1 mo. mo. L Sund«r....$7.C0 «4.00 2.00 70c Iy Í.00 2.85 1.50 COc Only 2.50 1.86 BY CAKHIEK IN CITY 4 er Month 70c .70 80c B Year $8.00 unsolicited articles manuscripts, let- and pictures sent to The Herald are it the owners risk, and the publishers ply repudiates any liability or respon- for their safe custody or return. r ^.Jnost care will be taken, however, to that they are uot lost or misplaced in k. office. PHONE 18 FOS ALL DEPARTMENTS ffiNlwPiNOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual. Urn, 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 ot ttíis newspaper to wrongly use or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections will be made when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly published reference of article. Heroism And Tragedy pSNews of the awful tragedy at Rock Spri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 April 1927

Is Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results LETTER I I iü ( l> ( V i i: Two cents per word per insertion; three insertion for. five cent per word. Ail want ads are cash la advance. FOR SALE „ISOM RESIDENCE LOTH In South Border Lota 60 by 140 feet Prices, $100 to $350—Terra ISOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgra. Phone 120 FOR SALE CHEAP—U Id Newspaper , Íood for wrapping purposes. Call at Borger ►ally Herald office. 75 tf 1C)H uBNT—Ttfree room furnia hod hoicrte, 1-2 block frpm Muin. Apply Mrs. Wyunt • Steinberg'* * I'Jl -.'hp FÓtt HKNT—New '¿-mom house furnished or unfurnished; two built-in cabinet . Best surruuitd'tigK. I 1-2 block south, ü blocks west of postoffice. I'J'i Mtp FOR RENT—One houses, $15.<|0 Townnite Office. room and partly ¡fi'JO. 00. furnished Phillips 120 :Up \V.A\T1''J —Work l y experienced i ouef«te nnd steel Consruoiion man', ('all give ref- erence*. Apply V. Z.. Ilcvuld. I.S51 -¡11J> M'ANTKl^—Werk by middle-aged lady with I uau.rh'cr. Will riot ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 April 1927

i®##"! i 1 at with sneces- I Oil company OH club, laud cainp^ball *>• afternoon. * two former minor > durinx the fracas, Hirt, both southpaws, hurling was sensational in four frames, striking out a row in the sixth, 's game was one of the affairs between two of the Borger Industrial which opens its season Sun- 11 24. box score: MARLANU—Í0 AB R H I'o a K 5 4 4 4 a 1 1 a 1 o 1 a o a 1 i 0 3 0 i o 1 0 0 o 0 0 2 10 2 0 \ O o i 1 1 0 1 o 1 0 O o 0 0 1 o 1 H Harris, as Totals 30 |« 12 24 0 4 8KELLY—to \ AB R H I'O A E Searle, Sb 4 2 2 1 1 1 Midler, cf 3 2 8 1 8 0 Harris, s 5 2 3 1 4 2 Whitman, e 4 O O 10 2 1 Merrit, p 5 0 1 0 3 o Lore, lf_ _ 5 O I 1 o 0 I'urjson, 2b 3 1 0 10 0 Johnson, rf 4 2 2 1 0 0 Laite, lb 3 X l lo 1 2 Totals — 42 10 13 27 14 « Two base hits: Laud, Gunby, Hol- lotnan, Lee, Clarke, Harris; three base hits: Land, Huglies, Johnson; hits off Merrit: 8 in 0 innings; off Hlrt, 4 in 3 innings; off Kingslcy, 8 in 5 innings; off Stevens, 4 in 4 \ innings. YESTERDAY'S RES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

ísf *á OFFICIAL PUBLICA CITT OF ASSOCIATED P LEASED WIRE BQRGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1927. .ii i. 3ÜF * # * ****** ¥***** ****** y y 41 y 41 y. ****** * * * I. FLEIG RESIGNS CITY COMMISSION JOB •3 i f 3 i, * ilk TENTH MAN TO QUIT OFFICIAL JOB INBORGER City Dad Would Avoid Any Controversy About Time Lived In Texas. WAS RE-ELECTED Fleig Was One of Victors in Recent Municipal Vote. To "avoid any controversy or legal proceeding " over his legal residence in Borger, City Commissioner I. Fleig resigned his position yesterday afternoon, filing his resignation with City Clerk Sam Little and which was accepted by Mayor Miller. Fleig is the tenth man to quit the city administration forces since the rangers arrived here. City Attorney Crabtree, Chie'f of Police Fred Wil- liams, six policemen, and City Judge George Webb, have resigned in the order named. Fleig, having perved as a com- missioner during the initial city term, was re-elected to that office at the city election little more t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

■ 'i P caressing intimacy expensive tis Store, .KEG. I) S. PAT. OFF. MOMENTS VsIE. D UKE lb Liv/t OWE.R - folulr -tía' leader" OIÍÍ7 87 :.^A SCftViCL. ;«c. M. Qnne (Justin kJ Onv tv KhServmtne THIS HAS HAPPRXKD inórate that first week of February Bflty Wells, head of the glove «le-1 registered a drop ol at least ten de- partment of the big Curtis HUut, ! «reég. Tired middle aged women who wilts a prize for her answers to c ':a{* tried a:id failed to win prizes questionnaire prepared by T. Q. ( « •- ft! thc questionnaire contest, or who -' -- had been too sure of failure to try, said cutting, lip-twisting words to the pretty girls who had won, and himself. Billy is suspicious of old t. Q.'s motive , ivlien she ob- serves thar Xydn Koniax, \Vin:iie Hhelton and the cither twenty-two! suspicion and speculation rased wittn<jrs of ^rfcSsps mv the vevy pret* ahftut hoboed and shingled and mar- tiest girls in the store When the old man announces j; second and amazing contest, Billy celle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

I' a I > h ll'B COl ^ koop out lie college ground already were protected by u high brick Svall but this proved Hia" .. ... IMl PBÍ" \ thts proved iflMequftte as a barrier to the noetftVUal raiders. So also have been the effort of the; Oxford polJconion, who were notified to keen a strict watch In the hopo-oí íj^pro- . — *lW . —— (¿g undergraduate made his at- Jt. Cliihblng a waterspout, ho trWUnc; himself to a balcony, pulled himself to the ledge of a window above, and tumbled into the '-oom of iho college bursar. An indignant matron raised the alarifi, and a chaco through tbi corridor,", of tire build- ing followed but. the invader escaped through the name window by which no had entered. i florist's boy The following day, \ X \ \*M \v / J •A i r bettor n/ isjaould sav ') awt AW klOS" iW \\ ÓÉ.S-VMÉ < TRIS \NAOL6 VMOBLO I CBQYAlAJ'y <307* vmao aas a y \ a peacav place, aamb^r vwe/ Nfc^c* i1 1, X'tó ■'; 11 1^1 1 : :v i i ' ' - s ■ ■ -e/t'íi'íVs'V J 0 1 hending the midnight m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

IP . 1 \'K.vY'V5,.. t*M 2.00 70s .„ (.00 2JS 1.50 50c B Tear 18.00 tlpU. Ut. [«raid are publilhen any liability or re pon- ufe custody or return. t ears will be taken, however, to * — ara not loat or miaplaced in I II F03 AIL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC erroneous reflection upon the character ■landing or reputatidh of any individual, concern or corporation that may ap in the columns of the Herald, will be ■ladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention ■>—*er to wrongly use 0[ injure Arm, concern or corporation corrections will be made when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly published reference of article. THE LORD HEARETH:— l?!hé righteous cW, and the Lord heareth. and delivereth them out of all their troubles. -Psalm 34:17. yfa: I Clean Up! * =1 Ct M ^ ¡ § ■ á f i : ** i ¥ á á § # p A w '# j¡¡ t #. $ jr * € I ráe Rangers, sent here by Gov- ernor Moody to aid in the cleaning out of Borger of the element, have now en a step whi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

■ • sMaflfjifF HÜH t K I < M '?M '•'+?. " i J: - ■■■ ■!: ¿'> .•twib'jv i :. ttbfil'T* , HV, n • i V''%. .. " «xl * HimiHntnnn Lililí T T X X Hum i m i i. > ** • • . , —NEA, Denver Bureau ul?? eleven-year search for her daughter, kidnaped when a young child, was rewarded recently in Tulsa, Okla., when Mrs. Marguerite Ellis saw an advertisement placcd in a newspaper by her mother, Mrs. Ewle Bahr, oí Denver. The girl had escaped her captor and had been married. HACKBERRY SUR' PILLS * PRINCE OF WALES TUMBLE L JF "Hackberry Slim" JohnRou crawled out of bed today, after beinx con- fined for several days following his being tossed from a frisky broncho, and made his first appearance on the streets of Borger since last Sunday when his dog and rabbit races were presented near Marland camp. Hackberry received one of the few surprises of his life Monday when he attempted to ride a bronc that was far more full of finger than he had anticipated. Slim did a Prince of Wales many feet ahea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

ty • ?> — v^W'l YOUll Be ■f ■■■ «reight cham- r Daily Her- - iwell yestev- ..g, saying he vas starting i tour of the west- With is taking Young Sampson, jr-old Uid who startled the |th his strength and sklfl, Pardello. Both wrestlers o appear with Beall in mat ex- over the country. returns to Borger next for a return match with Betke is a lot better than credit for or any fans in have thought him," Beall i praise of his champion, i threw Pardello by accident t was a fair and gquart match >m. start to finish. I never dreamed itke could tnss Pardollo. In fact, ed with certainty to the Dutch- taking the mat for the second quick as he ook the first one. "J promised to leave town if Betke Si won,' find I'm living up to my word, r I have fittit the barber trade here iter lwslng engaged in that business or several months. Borger is not uig enough to hold two good wrest- lers, so I'm leaving a clear field to the Dutchman., "If Pafdello wins the return maten •with Betke nttxt Monday ni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

mmm s ¿pS <M I I *• ■: Two c«nta per word jY*nce. three Insertion (or five cents jfer word. All want ads are f O A ?OR 3 ALÉ ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS la South Borger Lota 60 by 140 feet Prices, 9100 to |9S0—Terms ISOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderaon, Mgre. Phone 120 r¿> POH SALE CHEAP—Old Newspaper , * " " at B< good for wrapping purposes. Daily Herald office. Coll orger 75-tf FPU SALE—Extra go oil White lloghorn Pullets nnd Jíens. Half miles west of Phillips school house. POH SALE—One house nnd two lots, or will take car in part pnyinent. Joe Tindel, one. block west third door south of new school building. J18 ütp roa,,BALE—Two-room house cheap. Will PUt¡Pw on_your lot free. McJiowell Team CiiÉW tw<rWoDKS west of Methodist church. 18-tp FOR SALE—Amarillo business, IJ,4U0 month income. (Irocery, rooming house and duplex. On corner lot, close in. Good reason for selling. Call Mr. Peters. 09 tor particulars. 121-Up FOE SALE—Stinnett Cafe, going, good busi- ness. real cheap, S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 April 1927

SALE O Ql* 8m *V\ 6 SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, APRIL 15 CLOSES, APRIL 29 LADIES SHOES EXTRA SPECIAL FREE! 4. The little store with the quality merchandise at prices you will be glad to pay. TED WANTS TO KNOW YOU—YOU OUGHT TO KNOW TED. MEN'S, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, HOSIERY AND WORK CLOTHES BIG SHOE SALE 600 pairs Women's Girls Ox- fords and strap Slipers, values up to $6.00 $1.95 $2.85 Women's 2 strap and lace comfort slippers $1.95 Rubber heels, all sizes. $8.50 Women's Dress Slippers, Straps and Comforts $5.85 $6.85 Women's Dress Ox- fords $4.85 $9.00 Edmonds Foot Fiters Dress Shoes All Leathers all sizes and widths, AA to E. Tan or Black-Kid or Calfskin. Big stock to se- lect from. Buy your shoes now at a big reduc- tion. Boss Walloper Glove 1— THOROUGHBRED German Police Puppy _3 months old _ _ — to be given away _ April 29, at 4 o'clock At TED SPARN'S TRADE HERE—SAVE THE TICKETS Big cut on girls' Oxfords, tan, black calf and patent- 8 1-2-11 $1.85 12-2 $2.15 2 1-2-7 $2.65 $1.00 Wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 April 1927

:: * i ( < I * W lis OFFICIAL PVBUOATION, OITT OV BORO BR. HDUI BOEGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1927. VOL. 1.—NO. 123. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1927. PMC® *• wetmmmmm #. * * « y v y y y ¥ f f 9 $ y 4¡t y ¥ ¥ ¥ 41 y 41 * 41 41 ****** * * * BUZZARDS ADD TO STORM TOLL * * * * * * * * * ****** ****** * * * * * * ****** ****** * * * ROCKIES AND NEBRASKA ARE SNOW-STRICKEN Floods Continue Over Wide Area of South and Southwest. DEATH LIST GROWS Texan Dies in Colorado Cold Wave; Rock Spring's Dead 47. NKW ORLRANH, April 15. —(Al*)—•Predicting tlint tlu- flood in the Mississippi river between Cairo, 111., mifl the river's mouth "will be , the greatest on record," the weath- er bureau here late today is- hiied a warning -"that every pmwlblc precautionary measure be taken, as there is probabil- ity of additional rain." OKLAHOMA CITY, April 15 —(A!*)— Another death was added today to the list of more than a score who have been killed or drowned in the sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 April 1927

"á i! wH^wmClil $ ir.wiLLiftM3 ¡jjfi o* nía snmec, inc TIAE. PAKIORAMA. ra .u.s.MT.«pl $, y Qnne (iustin i_y C/927 /?/ ríA Svvii-piv W^fWÉÍl ,.amk Leaning trowitv" •c and (>|HNS1I Fl'are those dresse ale, you cru have; Henil I dress that fate Hat! chosen for her, <3 obscure purpose of its own " >e, In- life. liuir- ,prii 15 toy anno w .'our'cash %írizóB aggi _ lug $160 for essays «o graduates of Texas high schools víhtí muy Wish to enter Texas TecUnoíoKieal coUege TJj the cantina: school y«VU'. T!'e contest¡ w i , open to both boys and girls. - 50,000 I'LAS CHIIJ HEALTH BKltMOXtf NEW YORK. April 15—Fllty thousand churches of all denomina- Rfiffl mm* ■oh , as a present Iron! ¡ rfnned are pla ¿w, itei;„™ __, old T. Q,." Kq grinned at bis use of their nickname for hire, ".I'm also instructing lb ó shoe dePHitmeut and the liosifcry depáriment tó lei oaciv ono of .you pick out a pair of even- m HE Mr and Mrs. E- J. Sllnkard left , .... . .... ... „ tliia week for Oran, Miss., wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 April 1927

5 l'SM Jl ¡J I■«£§ I \ ( i i i' - I >K< • «¿«/í'í— _— ¿ I ::'": i- ■;.: ■ v/Íí«tKE,í:-; . tófatí ■ i8,'i.::iáte'; ""'**• i , 'rjftfaKt ■•' > ' ' •■''' "'" ■'■':■ ■■ . — 1 railroad con- ti atorase track- age for 1,000 cars. Midland—Texas Power & Light company purchases local light plant. CbUllcothe—Five new brick build- inga erected in this place. Taft—$126,000 new county court- house to be built here soon. MONTE CARLO, April 14.— (AP) —Two world famous beauties of 50 years ago live withi na stone's throw of each other on the sunny ■lope overlooking the port of Mon- aco. Within the flower covered walls Of her villa, Les Lys, Lady de Bathe, better known as Lily hariK- try, recalls the glories of the Vic- toria ncburt. A few yards above her the Villa Les Marguerites is the home of Mrs. James Brown- Pottev, the famous Cora Urquhart Pottei of the stage in the early nineties. Mrs. Brown Potter is seventy. The Jersey Lily is seventy-two. But both are young. Mrs. Brown- Potter,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 April 1927

IN mo. mo. f«.0e 2.00 70c f... G.OO 2.8# 1:40 SOc . 2.S0 1.U .70 10c t IN CITY B T«w w« w-"0 article*. manuscript . let- sent to The Herald «ra at the owner* risk, and the pablUhern liuiwly repudia tee any liability or respon ~ IMÍllPlir ' - - ' imnMtHij (or their ufo euatoiy or return. mo*t care will be taken, however, té are uot loat or misplaced lo I m J ■ • PHONE IS fos ALL departments ''31 ' ' ' ' ' notice to the public Any erroneous reflection upon the character atandins or reputation of any indlvidüal, Arm. concern or corporation that may up pear in the columns of the Herald, will be cla^ty corrected when called to the atten- ' tlon of the editor. It is not the intention - of this newspaper to wrongly use or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation ■ and corrections will be made when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly published reference of article. THE LORD IS NEAR: The Lord is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a con- tri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 April 1927

üd^sÉ *P1ÍP® I i-v \p m x f # > * ji< V I t«: In advance11" ^ei" Wor^ W Insertion; three insertion for five cents por word. All want ada aire * for sale ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS In South Jiorger Lota 50 by MO feet Prices, fl00 to $350—-Terms ISOM TOWNSITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgrs. Phone 120 IfcOli UKNT-—.\ ire front bed room, hot and '•old water, (icntlenicut jirefomd. iirain al pontoffico. * *|l> FOl? IlKNT—-A two room apartment, well furnished; price reasonable. ii. Pugii. Chiropractor, Pollock building. l'JI Mtp rol HKNT—Three t mm fiiruihhed house, I - block from Main. Apply Mr1'. Wyant StoinVer;;' r I : t>) FOlt SALE CHEAP—rjld Newspapers, icood for wrapping purposes. Call at Burger itaily Herald oflice. 75 tf l''OH ' HALE—Kxlra good Whit o Leghorn Pullet# and* jjuik. JIalf miles west of Phillips school house. FOR SALE—One house and two lots, or will take car tu part puyinent. .loe 'l indel, olio block west third door south of new krhooi building. Jlri-litp l'Oit SA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 April 1927

mmif the club what, had. for winulng the posslbili- distauciug the tonal League with Itn McGvaw. the short- problem was lita greatest . aside from pitching, two years, Travis Jackson -_jn troubled with a bad knee t has Stubbornly refused to re- to treatment. All last winter its worked on the ailing leg. >n Jackson reported this be announced the knee was d as ever, that; he was ready $ deliver the goods In Jarge pack- Recovered I talked over the ponnant pos- ibillties of the club. Manager stressed what it meant to Giants to have Jackson in i to play the game of which he pable. I watched Jackson closely as he * «ftt to his right and, left, as he ran back into the outfielJ on Texas leaguers and eaine in fast on slow Infield hits. Getting the ball, he would throw from any position and put plenty of stuff on it. Only a player with a good pair of legs can do such things in the Infield. It seemed that Jackson was final- ly to be the great help to the Giants that had been predicted by th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

iiffif ■ i ( * Lh i-, !■: r"'T"frjn ■« WEATHER ¡jgMEaSia Ill ■■ . i 1 f®. Sunday and Mon- day parity cloudy, cooler In north portion Monday. Z W A".' VOL. 1.—NO. 124. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITT OF BORGER, TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1927. HffDBSWLOSlSIMTE * * * $ ¥ ¥ 4 f * * * * * * * # * # ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ f ¥ * * # * * * ****** PURCELL NAMED POLICE CHIEF. AND PACE GETS FLEIC'S OFFICE * * * * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * ****** * * * RANGERS ORDER STORES CLOSED SUNDAY BORGER TO BE SHUT UP TIGHT TODAY Should Observe Law Without Warning, State Officers De- clare; Threaten Arrests. HAVE BEEN OPEN Sunday Business Has Been the Rule in Borger Since Estab- lishment Year Ago. jai «líorés "an<lr tíu8iness place lii Eorgéf must be .closed Sunday, ac- cording- to the statement of Rartger Captain Tom Hicjrman yesterday fol- lowing the decision oí the ranger forces to ¿lone business establish- ments in accordance with the state laws. "Every pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

g 1 'it. '•' & KM • í3lRff#S -í VU& DECIDE /J/ÁM5 7AOUSA/OD DOLLARS'.' SEE-TEATS' MOfcE MO>¿ey -7WAAÍ 1 EVJBC SAVW 1/4 ALL.MY UFE.'.' BAN* .AMD BoBRCW DM 7JJ.E/A ITS M0OBW A Mtl-UaM, 01927 B RVICC. INC BE6. U. S P«T Off. J/A\. Attracts HE WEST TEXAS BEAR GRASS MUS FAST |i LUBBOCK, Tex., April 16..— (AP>! *¡i—Development of a "bear grass" I for manufacturing pope, twine, bag- J;' ging, mattinp, and basketry may dpi '■ for the southwest what the cotton' •; gin did for the south, if experiments j plait lied at Texas Technolofrical Col-j }:' lege here arc successful. *•' A family of planta consisting of | lichtgulle, soto, maguey, "Mexican • dagger grass" and yucca, yield p S:i high grade fiber similar to jute and manila hemp. The lichiguilia has been used for "many years by the na- tives of Mexico in manufacturing I;: rope but no machinery has been per MM WAS On the north side, of the Canadian liver. Jjist west of the new Hock is- land wagon and railroad bridge be- n KBCB...

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