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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 January 1928

VGE FOUR ii r - wm. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1928. Borger Daily' Herald PIM1'.:™' ' ■ SEAL D. MORRIS Mau «er Published *t 102 South Main Street, Bor- ger, Texas, every Evening Except Saturday, and ot< Sunday Morning, by NUNN—WARREN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. 1 Kntoro « vecund-eltii* mutter Novem- l>#r 2:1, 1^26, at the pout office ut Horger. Texas, under the act of March U, lbi 7. MKMREIt ASSOCIATED l'KKSS The A# oci*t*id Preas im exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local news published herein. BUB SCRIPT! ON RATK8 BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 6 I YBAH MO. MO. WO. .$7.50 $4.00 $2.00 70c . 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c 2.50 1.115 .70 liOc BY CAIUUEK IN CITY Per Week Per Mouth By Year 20c 7 Oc *«.00 All unsolicited article*, manuscripts, let - ten* and pictures sent to The Herald are eeut at owners rittk. and the publishers ex- pressly repudiate any liability or raaponsi bUjt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 January 1928

■' ■ FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1928. fW': " TIIK RORC.ER DAILY TTERALI) 1 PAGE FIVE JOE KOPECKY TAKES MATCH FROM DOCTOR X # Joe Kopecky won two straight fulls over the old veteran Tom Doc- tor at the Coliseum in what was declared to have been the best match ever staged in the oil Held. The first fall came in 15 minutes as the result oC a body slum applied when Tom becoming loo anxious to i win the fail after applying a series of head locks to catch Joe, and the Bohemian being on the alert caught the little boy and slammed him to the mat for the first fall. The second came after "S minutes with a flying Dutchman. Young Sampson won the Pi'diin-i. inary with a step over toe hold i from Hull Young in what proved! to be a last and furious tussle. Even though Doctor lost, the I match last night, fans were impres-1 wed by his clean tatics and scienti- fic and speedy performance and to-! (lay lie lias more friends than had lie won the match, because not once during the entire match did he pull a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 January 1928

agggw PAGE SIX THE BORGER DAILY HERALD i "THIRTEEN" BOUND CLOSELY TO OUR NATION'S FORTUNE treatment in s icaro and fashion. I OmJ of tile in t)i<' entjre of ctjmmeudiibUi a different; The Australian Kovernment will jselj Its Comomnwealth Shipping best accredited schools : J.ine. country with a faculty t iustructora General <3oVe PersV^S- VHo W&S ^rn- J^cidecy a.m.cL -~ias lau^-ecl .t Voq "blacks cal's —««wcje«!2E-S~ uiuintlued and every child is given an opportunity to receive a high ;i'lu)ol education, and IIiobc re- ceiving a diploma from the Moi ;e- heart sciftiol are permitted to enter any college or university in the ;country, because of the K« tl train in-; students receive, and the strict n nuiremeuts necessary for a dip- loma. Pierson spoke for uiorc than an Ihour ami went into detail in every blanch of the lodge, telling of its ;advantages as a fraternity and the ! protective measures, for the welfare iof widows and children of Moose:. AUSTIN. Texas, (i|j) I ntil ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 January 1928

. ? *> • ' ;r: FRIDAY, JANUARY t-*i. MJ2S THIS UOIIGKR DAILY HERALD PACE SEVEN DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Want Ads Daily Herald For Results RATE: Two cents per word per insertion, throe insertionn for five cents per word. All wunt .'ids are cash in advance. ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated nieet- inft's first and third Thurs- days. Visiting .Mas- ons invited. FOR SALE ion sai.i south of C.uiro (in If - Sorvii't' Stntion. two Mork- I i jiot on Miiiii lii«£li.v.i \ iu Sfrvii-o Station. 4 t-ij> FOH SALl able fol- ic ind. Mrs. t K Ti: A l l - l',urnituri two rooms to trails for • ;i \\ liit '. ( iiisot- IVMn suit an v ::-; tp rok SAI.I o\vner; 1 • - litiildiim. •Jdx'JI. i lir;. j). ovKPi- Hotfl. -i:; ' !> J-'OK .s.vLK iJi ^iiii i-i s % i<-:11; lioutl (litign. ( lion|j. -Apply C'ottu -«* ni.'iir's Court. rj con an Jt), FOlt SALK Sinai! rniri", Mor«- s 'j\ Main. jt'ood rl";in mri< handi^ . i d 1 *-ah*s. reuKoiinVtlp r ! t . responsible p.irt;- Inquire l\...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 January 1928

PAGE EIGHT 1 * - • . , _ A ■ ■ ■ ;>■-J w> ■■' tUi .M'4i ., . • ^ t- ! V'-;.■ :•■• .■ " ' Cf .; • THE BORGER DAILY HERALD : i **' ;•* •* FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1028. Long Air Mail Route Prospers In France MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY IS STAYING AWAY WASHINGTON (ff)— Fleeing to Europe when the Teapot Dome Oil scandal broke in Washington in 1923, Henry M. Blaekmer, wealthy Denver oil man, lias become vir- tually-a "man without a country." Disregarding demands and threats by the United States gov- ernment, Blaekmer has lived nearly j expected to three years in hiding. H'" pass-jdays within port has bee) revoked: he lias ig- nored subpoen^.; $100,000 of his Liberty bonds have been seized. and he has been cited to appear in the supreme court here January (I to show cause why he should not be adjudged in contempt of coifrt. Government attorneys believe isure, it will have beio.rn' ;i reality. ] Blaekmer and James O'Neill, a for-! Christmas day. 1918", the Tou- mar president of the Prairie Oil &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

•— Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronik..' ig Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 UX DMPARTMODrn * w OI'KICl.W, I'lltl.K'ATJOX CITY OK ItOltGKIt, tkx an VOL. 2—NO. 45. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS ' PLAN $100,000 BUILDING FOR HOUSTON MEET :{. x- V- *Y- ^ ^ y- Cf. ?f. ■:* tf. %.%.%• if. * if. # * * * * * * * * if.* if. if- * * * * * J. • t V • • EVERYTHING READY FOR HERALD COOKING SCHOOL O- _P FIRST LECTURE STARTS AT 2 P. M. MONDAY Clubs Postpone Meetings to Attend Demonstrations at Tabernacle $50 FREE DAILY i Merchants Co-operating To Make Enterprise a 100 Per Cent Success . Final arrangements for the Her- ald free cooking school lo be coil- ducted by Mrs. Ida M. Cliit wood, famous lecturer and home econom- ies expert, has been completed and everything is in readiness for the opening session at the Baptist Ta- bernacle at 2: '1 () o'clock Monday afternoon. Scores of housewives have ex-J p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

JE TWO ' * ' , v,..r. :..v -V .. , . • . MsMli &&£ m I 1 Borger Daily Herald f- JPt vUk - •!>> vM' , ; ■ ^ -• Published at 10 2 South Main Street, Borger, Texas, every Bveninv Etuept Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARREN PUBHSHING CO,, Inc. NBAL D. NORRIS * -■ --9 ■ 1 —* — " — I'literpd as second-class matter November 23. 1926, at the post office at Borger, Texas, unaer the act of March 3, 1S97. mo. 3 mo. $4.00 12.00 ii.Sfi 1.50 1.36 70 TILE BOKGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, li>28 A GREAT STUNT—IF HE DOES IT v r m ■ • -it": fcA-A-HlS AND GENTLE N*t hi ! - m P.f\QFfc$*OR W|I L NOW PROCEED TO frf)LL mtASElg TOGETHER ? 3 - \ j hrr-^jJ >-^s mo. 70c 5 0c 30r © By Yeft-r $ 8 Oil • The CARVER-WILSON Ambulance is ready to do its part in answering JACKSOhl j JMr fa harmqhy J/. program if; vonr call and hour DA\ OR NIGHT. . Vv* VS,<t % * •. %vW %s> 1>\ PHONE 300 The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

/• - h,:v J SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1928. MOOSEORDER i TOLD OF WORK BY SPEAKER THE BORGER DAILY HERAV-D PAGE THREB A BONNET AS IS A BONNET! "The greatest problem ..confront- ing all governments ought to be the conservation of human life," .1. Willie Pierson, of Mooseheart, 1(1., past supreme dictator of the Loyal Order of Moose, declared Thurs- day night while speaking before an audience at the Baptist Tuhernarle, in informing them of work being done by the Moose order. "The mighty fraternities of Ame- rica. of recognized standing, are all striving to ameliorate lh<' miseries of humanity and, in the forefront of this commendable work, stands the Loyal Order of Moose," IMersqn continued. In giving a short review of achievements of the order over a period of ten years, l'ierson told j the audience the history of the or-j der since its organization 21 years ago by Secretary of Labor, James | .1. Davis, and told of the work dono by Davis in behalf of the order. "Davis was an iron puddler...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

FOUR 1 - V DAILY HERALD BORGER mm SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON (Coiitliuiful from IJa«e 2) lirobably slaying in Peter's house where they would be very grateful to him for the cure of Peter's mother-in-law. How Khul we should be to know what he said when he returned from his first home-missionary tour! Hut Mark does not tell us. Peter, his informant, doubtless heard the ad- dress, though he may have been so busy supovintehderiing: the crowds that pressed Into his house that he did not give much heed to the Master's discourse. At any rate, what (as was natural) most Impressed itself upon his mind was the breaking of a hole in the porch roof of his house! The Palsied Man llornt- of l''our. verse :5. "And they came, bringing unto! him a man sicli of the palsy." Palsy is a general term for para- ] lysis, the loss of muscular power, resulting from injury or disease] of the brain or nervous system. He was helpless, in a pitiable state. I and of course unable to earn a live- lihood. "Borne of four....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

; . • % • .« ';.>V SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, J028. APEMAN OUT TO SCALP JOE KOPECKY HERE HE IS TALKED ABOUT mm i y I i Horgor wrestlinu fans an*1 in lor! a treat with plenty or color on next Thursday night at the regular •weekly Coliseum wrestling show, when Dutc h Mantel, the SAmarillo | Apeman, and Joe KopecUy, the tricky boy from Tyler, Texar,. A meeting between these two! men hits at last been a ra n rig; d, up- on request from fans, who know that these men can and will fur- nish one of the best rough and tum- ble entertainments ever seen, color- ed with plenty of scietjre and ac- tion. The old gob and apernan is one of the best entertainers in the country and brings roars of laugh ter and bos from fans. Despite the old sailor's antics and;, roughness lie has won friends throughout this Section and fans are always an- xious to see him return, for they Know that lie will give a show. In kneeling a rough boy, Joe Ko- pec ky, is no slouch and can get., and frequently does, as rrjugb as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

im I I SIX BWWPLnff-ifiiir-fr Tr-rr™ ■<-- ^JBHLnsxvMWKWJHRK0wrr ' * s^ * ,<•/ ' f. f-J / Travel by Buss Shows Increase SAN ANTONIO, Texas, (fl>)— Bus transportation in Texas has grown itl such a tl«m«ndous rate that few people realize the magnitude of such transportation according 10 H. Draton McHaffer, official repor- ter of the Texas railroad commis- i slon. MaHaffey described the growth of the industry during a re-! cent hearing of the commission j here. According to his figures there fire now 250 bus operators in TexasI and more -than 800 buses. It' all of the buses in the state would start to the same destination on the same road the parade would be more than nine miles long. Of the 250 operators, 25 are in- corporated and have sold stock in their ventures. Most of them seem to he making money and do- ing a big business. Prior to lhe last of the legislature managing Texas terns has always i'i ► i i I TIIH BORGER DAILY HERALD . "IT'S A LONG WAY TO NICARAGUA' r-Pwf, f re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

J m \ mmfm Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. OI1M I II. l>t l!U( .\TK>\ CITV OK liOIMil-Jt. TKX.AS Phone 13 ALL OUPAKTkU T| vol.. 2—NO. 45. ASSOCIATED PRESS IJORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1928. PRICE FIVE CEN1 SALES PLANS ON CHEVROLET ARE EXTENDED 1 laving achieved world leader- ship in automobile liniinit'acluriiiK in I! 27 wiiii a yearly output nearly 2.00U 11 nits in excess of ilts pro- gress ol' a million ears, tlie Chevro- let Motor company lias emburked in lt 2S upon the most ambitious production and sales plans in its entire sixteen year1 of existence, according to YV. S. Kmidseii. presi- dent and general manager. Production for the year just ended totaled l ,no l ,,st units for a gain of niore than lit! per cent over the 7-!2,1 17 cars and trucks built in 1W2C and !).'! per cent over the lii2fi production of Slil.OflO units The 1,000,000th KI27 rolled oil the at tin; Flint. Miclii i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

TWO ;v* i ^■Wr- ■ THE BOKGEH DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1928. t The Theatres By Speck In Honor of Lindbergh's Flight The beautiful Redwood country oi California, mecca of thousands of tourists each year, is the locate of Milton Sills' new starring ve- tyc-le, "The Valley of the Giants," Which shows at the Rig today and tomorrow. - The story is from the novel of thai name by Peter B. Kyne and It* an ideal vehicle for the talents tlf Sills. It deals with life in the open, in a wild country where "men are men," and there is 110 place for a weakling. SjlUs and his company spent many weeks deep in the forest of Redwoods, in lumber camps and at frills, making scenes for "The Val- ley of the Giants." in the exact spots that Kyne so ably wrote of. *The story has a virility and a com- pelling interest that few pictures possess, as the result of its being taken under the exact conditions the author dealth with in the ori- ginal. story. Doris Kenyan plays upposite Sills In this picture, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

' SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1928. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE Tl _ ..... II '• " *9 j SOCIAL NEWS BY MBS. RAY HAOf! ART) PHONE 13 Preaching- -7:00 p. m. Prayer meet ins. Wednesday ev- |ening ;i( 7: (10 p. m. Children's iclaSB Saturday evening at 2:00 p. | in. All are invited to attend. Rev. S. S. Bozo man. preacher located. to hear that they are to lose Miss Blanche Wpp. Miss ICpp and her family are moving to Arizona soon. tin REV. A. F. JOHNSOX ASSUMES DUTIES AS HEW PASTW OF BAPTIST CHURCH HEXT WEEK Presbyterian ( liiirch j Corner of Main and Washington : street, on Kast side. ■ Sunday school 9:45 a. 111. Preaching 11:00 a. in. Young people's meeting i in. Preaching 7::(0 p. m. We would like to have I member present. iconie. Rev. A. Steinbergs are "a thing forever." new spring of beauty and COOKERY COLUMN .Macaroni Salad | One and one-half cups cooked' minutes drain dresses} macaroni, 1 cup diced celery. 1 | water. Stuff a joy ! Spanish onion. 1 tablespoon | parsely Stuireil Ori'cn Pepp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

IE FOUR THE RORCER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1028. . . . Monday's The Big Day For Borger Housewives m 1 A An event that has been eagerly antiseipated and one that is destined to prove instructive as well as entertaining FREE COOKING SCHOOL At The Baptist Tabernacle One Half Block West of Bank at 2:30 p. m. Tomorrow Afternoon and Lasting All Week r L & SESSIONS WILL BE HELD EACH AFTERNOON AT THE SAME TIME THROUGH FRIDAY. COME PREPARED WITH PENCILS AND PADS TO TAKE DOWN THE NEW RECI- PES AND HINTS THAT WILL BE GIVEN YOU BY Mrs. Ida M. Chit wood AN STABLISHED AUTHORITY ON ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO HOUSE- HOLD ECONOMICS AND DOMESTIC SCIENCE. AT EACH SESSION, AND OPPORTUNITY WILL BE GIVEN THE WOMEN OF BOR- GER TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS THEY MIGHT THINK OF. OPEN DISCUSSIONS WILL BE HELD ON SUBJECTS NEAR AND DEAR TO THE HEARTS OF ALL WOMEN. EACH DAYS PROGRAM WILL BE DIFFERENT. Dont Miss A Single One IT'S ABSOLUTELY FREE OF ANY KIND OF CHARGE and a Courtesy to it's Women readers by th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

T X SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1928. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD MUC-TEMHERS CAN EHROLL IN TEXAS U AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 14 Mid- year graduates of high schools will ihis , "ar for the first time l)e per- mitted to enter the I'niversity of Texas immediately after their graduation and enroll for their regular freshman courses, according to K. J. Mat hews, registrar of the Vniverslty. This has been made possible through the change in the University school plan front three terms to two semesters. There will be a number of trailer or repeater lirst term courses off- ered during l he second semester, ac- cording lo the bulletin of course announcements, and in several de- partments freshmen student s will he allowed lo enter second semes- ter classes without having had the first semester work, since there is no direct relation between the sub- jects taught in the two semesters. There will be beginning classes offered in first year English. Span- ish. first year mathematics and ap- plied mathematics for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

PACKS* - I I THE P.ORCIER DAILY HERALD V; •$ SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, H>28. M jP§H| fm v^-yC^- $'i' kmfPBI A''\£r3?£' isMi The Borger Daily Herald's FREE COOKING SCHOOL Commencing January Sixteenth & AND EACH AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY AT 2:30 P. M., AT THE MRS. IDA M. CHITWOOD Nationally Known Home Economist a* d Authority on Domestic Science Problems. TABERNACLE HALF BLOCK WEST OF BANK M A wait You Evet ythinfi- Prepared Right Before Your Own Eyes Le&Hl Many Mew and. Economical Ways To Prepare And Serve Meats 9 , <£*> Delicious Fru.t and Vegetable Salads—Entirely Different Ways in Preparing Fruit Desserts—Tasty Cakes, Pies, and Other Difficult Pastries Bta IMffi of Any Kind BEING YOUR FRIENDS THEY ARE ALL WELCOME Arrange to Attend Every Day—Something New and Interesting 1' A N 11 A N D L E P () W E R A N D L I C H 1 C OMPANY ■ ' I !■

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

:k SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 192P. THR BOKCJCR DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN DAILY HERALD Classified Ads OUT OUR WAY By Williams LEGAL NOTICES 'V: I! Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATE: Two cents per word pur Insertion, three insertions for five j! cents per word All want ads are cash In ailvanrt? ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- ings first ;ukI third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. FOR SALE ■ j' FOK SAI.E oil Tlt-MlK—For income pro! pert?, net', Chevj truek and 1925 chev; ' Coach Inquire Whitteiiber;; aftev'} G:00 <i'f?iolfi or see JMWtoff I't, Mrs. 31. ( . Winsor 'it; 1**011 SAI.lv • J-.eri : " Si.i'ion. • v .. block.- \ south of Ihi) Mi in highv • >. in, %;iiro t#u 1 / Service Station 11 3tp * f'On SALE 1 I{ TUAOI -Furniture sui; iihlr for luo room to trade f« r • ;ir an? bind. Mr. White, Crusoe Hldr: 1.) -1j■ ^ rOK SAL)". Ilu: din. owner. Horger Hotel \2 1. cheap. S-.' I st p FOK SAL). Il< dition Cheap mini's Court ^tunera' siolin -Liood eon | A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 January 1928

PACE EIGHT OAKLAND TO PUSH SALES DURING 1928 ■ The Oakland Motor Car company, which advanced from the position of ninth in point of sales volume! during 192(> to fifth place in 1! 27 has expanded its already extensive dales organization o handle an: expected further sales increase dur-| ing 192S, it is announced by \Y. R. Tracy, vice-president in charge of sales. The most important development ! so far has been the appointment of six regional sales managers in key cities to direct the -- district of- fices stationed throughout the Tin- ted States. The present eastern aud western sales managers, \V. li. Sawyer and E. M Luheck, each has supervision over three of the regional managers. All of the district sales offices aro being expanded and moved to larger quarters and the number of representatives traveling anions the dealers from tho. district offices has bepn increased. Man? more dealers are being added to the pre- sent total of more than 1,300 which now is nearly live times the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

I Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Itorgcf Dailn Jtcral& !"> « u ^ e I aiJj DIPARTMBIll f** orFici.M; ri iii.K \tio\ citv or isoit(;i;it, thxas VOL. 2—NO. 46. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS COOLIDGE URGES COOPERATION IN HAVANA * y. * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ •Y- -Y- -Y- Y- Y- Y- * * * * * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * * ¥ * ¥ ^ ^ Y* V * * * FULL HOUSE AT OPENING OF HERALD COOKING SCHOOL O" CROWD PACKS CHURCH FOR FIRST SESSION City Attorney Ove Overson Welcomes Mrs. Chitwood To Borger WORK OUTLINED I Instructor Explains Methods i To Be Employed by Her In Demonstrations READY FOR NICARAGUA—AND TROUBLE into l li is the af- the ad- ! U. C'liit- who ' Chit- will | Crowds began to pack Baptist Tabernacle early ternoon for (lie opening of the Her- ald Free Cooking School. City At- torney Ove Overson gave dress welcoming Mrs. Ida wood, home economic expert, will conduct the school. Mr...

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