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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 February 1928

I 1 L Miwr* Mary *>xl Kallierluc « *> Knt*rt*hi With I'mU Miss Mar? Mnigaiet Gray and Mian Katharine c:ray entertained Tuesday evening *'"h a farewell p*,Hv for Blair Stewart and a birth- day part* for (heir brother, Mux Gray. There were three tables of bridge, and after several Rames wore play- ed the party had refreshments in tO#n and went to the dance at the Automobile Show Phone 13 KTIQl'ETTK OF D1XNKKM (Continued i , 1928. WEDNESDAY, FEBRU J t : iWet, wlUlch bj t, la worn :l ay inoro- The table is set with the ut- most simplicity and the greatest care. A white damask tablecloth over ' a silencer. No colored cloth should appear under,In or upon the cloth. The center crease should be very straight and run exactly down the middle of the table. The plates should be set equal distances apart. In the selection of a centerpiece, which muy bo of fruit, flowers or candy, and in choice of the candles the hostess may indulge her fancy Those present at this lovely affair included Mis...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 February 1928

r-. J L rr"* Buy what you nee J in bu«y, bustling Borger,, Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best I way in which to Build your ' Town. Phone 13 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF KOROKR, TEX.IK UJb DH/LBTM1RP VOL. 2—NO. 61. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1928. C X O ^ ® 5 si PRICE FIVE CENTS $250,000 TAX COLLECTION IN C0UNT\ MONDAY * # * * * * * * # ****** * * * * * * * H- * * * * * * * * * * ****** * * *• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * NEW ROUTE IS SURVEYED ON ROXANA-BORGER ROAD SAVE MILE BY NEW HIGHWAY PLAN IS SAID Decision Made Following Pro- test by McMilan Refining Company BETTER ROAD O. C. Goodwin of Ppinion Time and Money to be Save on Route Because i he McMillan Refining company, two miles east of Bor- ger has protested on the proposed lioxana-Borger graded highway route embracing their property, a new route, saving a distance of approximately one mile, has been surveyed by county engineers, HICKMAN JUDGE C. C. UPHELD IN RATE POSITION Attor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 February 1928

I DAILY HERALD . tnc. f '.-p.-- mattex second'cIaha & t; B.r* a*: AflSOlUATKO PHWB8 ciated Prciot it exc«u«i *ljr u- the u*e far rtpwHlication of nil *M .dUpntubri cte4it«i to it or not Uerwlse credited to thin paper ana tfcti local ttftwa ftnhliahed herf-m. SCRlFiuON TIATKb BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 6 ^ ttsjUt Vio. MO. MO; Evening nd Son. 7.i0 #4.00 2.00 70« Vfiiloe Oalv r,-00 2.85 1.50 SOc Bundk j> OA'/ I'ViXr&Jr-Hl ciT5y '7° t.f VTMik 20c H V : .oo 2.50 CAUK1KU IN l cr MGnth 70c ftv Year *8.00 7,-! AU unsolicited article*. ■ «"# ; t*irn and pieltire* spilt to fbe Herald ure n-nt at o uer risk, and the publishers ""rf, repudiate any liability or respouM hiitij for lUeir, sa£' custod utipo&t cate win be taken. that they are not lost offi'-e. PHOXE 13 FOU .ALL DKPAftTMKNTS return. The however, to see or toi placrd i" this NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Anv erroneous reflection upon ihe ilinrs-ter •undine or reputation of au> individual S"m .oneern o. corporation that may HP- the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 February 1928

TflURfrDAV, FEBRUARY 2, 1928. THE BOKGER DAILY HERALD DAILY HERALD Classified Ads U e Borger Want Ads Daily Herald For Results lost and •i~L. t — found qut OUR WAY HATE: Two cents per word per Insertion, three insertions for five cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We «re authorized to announce the following candiates, subject to the action of the November, 1 f>2S, (general election: For County .liidsc— \V. It. GOODWIN For County and District Clerk— ON'A Hit VAX For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JOE OWMJHV J. W. (Johnny) JONES County Tuv Assessor S. It. LASATER CLAUDE SMITH Kits For Sheriff and Tu\ Collector fOR SALfe FOJ{ HAl.K -One Brunswick cnbiimt model pli<AjQffra pli t hoyp See Hill ;i AlaOTO Kei vlcr Station. 01 :-1 j FOR SALE Chevrolet Landau. Kx- cellcut condition. Reasonable. Term* ,can be ari'aiiKod. Se<oiul Opor west of Phillips school on Kl- f.ctrjc City road. 5 8-.'>tp FOK del. Al.hV~-< 'Ury i ciatli. .11 Ferndale Motor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 February 1928

IODES OF. THE MOMENT *. ■ * IY 2, 1928. T: * : m \ ■ «=* Jtfip..Ray.H,ag>?ard I Phone 13 jf ;tlrMj{e Club Ml*. HuckJey Jtye W.fd«es4 X Brid*e clul. met jfith Mr*. Jobn T. Buckley Wed- afteruoon at 2 o'clock. jUrH. 1. FleiK won high score ftize aud Mrs. Luckfleld cut prize. Tfceve were two jtuests present. Mrs. fc. B. pofttright and Mrs. Farmer. A delicious salad course was ner- ved to clut) members and the guests. Tli? club will meet with Mis. It. Jt. Cowan next Wednesday at her ^ome ?t 2 o'clock. ]toy«l i|fhlM(is iff Auirrica To Ite Organised Hi'iv V Th< Koyal Neighbors of America having a meeting next Wed-j uifcday afternoon at ;! o'clock in HOW TO HKlH'l'K It) Mra. Ida >1. Chitwood First and most Important, the size of the stomach must ho re- duced. This is done by going on a nine-day diet, during which per- iod the only food of any kind tak- en into the body is either four half pint glu.-iKes of buttermilk daily, or three medium sized grapefruit. Choose- ijjji'tbe grape...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

jyi . ■ unnmt , I Wee Buy what you need! in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best I way in which to Build your I Town. OFFICIAL l'UBMC'ATION CITY OF BOItUKIt, TK.VA8 JLLA DBPAjBTMULS T® VOL. 2—NO. 62. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANHANDLE MUST BOOST, SPEAKERS SAY f ¥ V H- * >{• * H- * # # * # * # * * ****** * * * * * * * * * * :{. .y. ,y. .y, .y. ^ ^ ^ ;f. y. .y. * * * * * * # * * BETS ON LIFE FJRE DESTROYS FIVE CITY BLOCKS EARLY LAST NIGHT TABLES FILLED AT B. T. AND C. PROGRAM HERE FIREMEN LOSE LIVES FIGHTING FIERCE BLAZE Departments From Neighbor- ing Towns Join In Battle Against Flames MILLIONS LOST Damage Estimated by Insur- ance Men to Be About $25,000,000 KALL KIVEH. Mass., Feb I! (API Fall Itiver business district today lay in ruins with only a. few ehqrred wall? standing in an area of five blocks, following a fire which swept i'ii area of five blocks early today. The loss, estimated by the mayor, win,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

>THER Champion Cotton I Growers to Havana! n j JACKSONVILLE, Fin., (JP) — j farm royalty from tlie Cotton states j will gather here on I ho morning ot Fob. 2, when 35 cotton and-corn graving champions and their coun- ty agents assemble for a trip over Florida and Cuba. The crop cham- pions have won state and south- wide contests conducted by the state [colleges of agriculture in 1! i:7, and I are given the trip by tho Chilean If i Nitrate of Soda educational bur- eau. I After a trip around the city, ! they will be tendered a luncheon j at noon by Mayor John T. A1 ;op, jr., at which lie and Comini sionuv j . I... M. Rhod of the Slate Mar- ket inp. bureau will be the principal I (speakers. Following this, they will; | leave t'oi Key West, where the.vji I will board ship for Havana. They ' I will be glv. n .'\ trip over parts of: Cuba,, an dwill in- gui ;;s ;ii an offi- cial reception at Havana, befoif they return to Key \V -l. On the return trip they will stop over ii; Miami, Palm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

. i , r im>tvi^ ti f\ gmKii IECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A TIN TYPE By Blosser r OM>077AERAA^JEAi7* ) IM LO0WM6 FOR \)0£ A PAOTOfiRAPA OF ) 17/ CKMHTMP5r AACPV SOMEWERt ? /&§ Vj'PE V 0|7H f7AfeSfc OLD TIM 7VPES-OARERS itE LOOl^S LI kf=.' / 1 fi'IS!)x — ■ '■ ' \NEME 8GEM TELLING ALL \ ViELL- TLL 7WE klDS ABOUT OUR UASCLE. J SEE IF I CAN .HARRY WOS COMIMS, AMD { AELPyoO 7M&V ALL ASk OS VNMAT \ OUT. tXB LOOKS Line AMD / VNS Dcyor EMEM >— m 5%t> ) kMOVW! 'ZEEtt >■' y \ V. THR'ROnCRR DAILY FTEHy l c followed by tragh onsen ti emeu TEATS' AIM-'-1 1EEMEM8ER V>JAEM >iE MAD WAT 7AkEN= j 7AE ONJiy A6 VWAS PULL OF 77-VE OLD ] PICTUP.S AJICK/T THE TIME ■■■AAJD yViE /4 AM E . AO\M ME COULD RiDE J OF ^~\A BICYCLE /—-—L MJM.1 Ei ——s [ IS 7AAT Al/A? IS 7WAT y r3# lit WAT PAoro VNAS TAkEAi YEARS REG U S. PAT Or?. 19^8. Br NEA i,ERviv.r IN... Where the evil Ih known, the remedy I i> iiia i ii ii lh" rii i J111 v ri wliii :n i in J the fields ought to he in th« whool room, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

o. V*> . t, mutter SJnvem- t> post oKice nt Border, ct of March 3, 1807. h 1 91 ' ummn associated puf.ss Tk« Afi ociat<*<l Press is * xcliiHjvely e_ titled to thf> use for republication of all l diapfttcbe.s credited to it or not „—*wiue credited to this paper and aUo the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION HATES BY A! AIL IN ADVANCE 16 3 1 YEAR MO. MO. MO. Evening and Sua.—$7.50 $4.00 $2.00 70c Evening Only 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Sunday Only ... 2.50 1.35 .70 30c BY CAKKIER IN CJTW Per Week Per Month By Year 20c 70c $8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let- ters and pictures sent, to The Herald are sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- pressly repudiate any liability or respousi hilify for their safe custody or return. The utmost care will be taken, however, to see that they are not lost or misplaced in this office. PHONE 13 FOE ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUPLIC Any erroneous reflection unon the character standing or reputation of any individual li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

Ml*. ami Mrs. Kennedy Kiitertnin Members of (iixwl Times llririge jwngr... THE BORCKR D A It MODES OF TBE MOMENT .I —mmm1 Tlio brilliant side of liluckk crepe satin is used for this Oybei model of slender lines. Hands of dull crepe and pointed jabots furnish the trimmiiiK. rho chief style inter- est is in the shaped sleeves, cut In one with the dress. Fore sleeves are shaped to lit closely at the wrist and come down ovei the hand but the> flare at the elbow, the broadest point of the sleeve. ;s*;, Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone J3 WATCH ,\\l) Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kennedy entertained the members of the Hood Times Bridge club very plea- santly at their home in Bovlard Saturday evening. and Mrs. McMurry and Mr. we)'e welcome as guests, were four tables of bridge, and ill the conclusion of the games, high score had been captured by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Those enjoy- ing the tempting lunch that was served at Camp Mr. Davis There in g. and Hale Mr. Mrs. tiles, and Mr. M I'M. , Mr. and Y T k 1 «*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

. HAVIN' TH' DROP OM THIS GUY VJITH A GUM DOE SWT M6AM A THIMG- IF X POLL TH' TfilGSER VJE'tL 8QTH DROPj- Bless mv bottoms-! that'S THIS?** a PARACHUTE!'* LL Gerricr trapped IN A pcftme AND HEAT>ED tdR THG police Airdrome it looks likc EVERYTHING IS OVER FOR HIN\ BUT THE SHOOTING Wichita Falls Team, Winners of 1927 Texas League Pennant, Still Strong 1 WE'LL, OL* BOV —YOD'ffe XlOT IM. THS HANDS OF * The law yet — , s REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. AYLfif?** . UY NtA SERVICE. INC. J£iLO(kj*J ,© 1920 seasoils in:keep his job Denny Murphy, who 1 wo 'ul He u a • ■ • I hitter, whs," ! . ' ! bought durliiK fhe winter from played a nice game lor lli n, iuui beam y nor return. attor WICHITA FALLS, Texas, The Spudder club that won the 1927 Texas league championship and Dixie series title in four i straight games is not to be vitally changed .for the forthcoming pen- nant race. The team has lost two Important cogs in the sale of Pitch- er Fred FussfeU to the Pittsburgh Clubs and First liaseman George...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

t I k.. r i' t v 'J *:* ■ . . " > FRIDAY, february 3, 1&28. JLY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Want Ads Daily Herald For Results RATE: Two cents per "vord per insertion, three insertion! 'or five cents per word. All want nOs are cash In advance. 1 .< Vw*. ■' BOI1CKR DAILY IIKRAI.D ' ' ' page r&y Government Course jOUT OUR WAY « Popular In T. U. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candiatos, subject to the action of the November, 11>28, general election: For County Judge— \Y. 1!. GOODWIN For County and District Clerk— ONA BRYAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— .JOE OAVNBKY J. W. (Johnny) JONKS County Tax Assessor H. B. I.ASATKK CliAl DK SMITHKKK For Sheriff and Tax Collector For Count,\ Nnprriiiteiidi-nt— MISS ON.\ MA \ .1H\N Kor County Ticascini'r— ■ J. >1. HKIKiTCCOKK, Jr. < . I). WORKS Kor County Attorney — VOR SALfc | AU8TIN, Texas. The department of government of the University of Texas has become Increasingly j. i" wltiiin ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 February 1928

V0.' CHILD 'ITH KING OF QUIETL HER SON RUMANIA rl TT M w I VM In u cuttiige near the $:! ,(>U0,00U castle of Ivinn Michael :il Sinaiu, 1'iiii ;ena Helen, mother of liunwnla's boy ruler, is devoting her lonely davs lo her son's rearing. Above are mother and son and the castle that (In- former tinds too large. II) JAMKS MII.IjS SINAIA, Rumania (/P) Deserted, isolated and alone, a younn wife and mother sits silently at a win- dow in a small cottage among the pines 011 the mountain top here. Her deep blue eyes are full of melancholy. Her solemn face be- trays a broken heart. She gazes out 011 the green lawn and watches her little .soil at play. This lonely figure is young Prin- cess' Helen of Rumania. The boy at play is King Mielvael of Rumania. The little fellow, in his childish in- nocence-, is unaware of the humilia- tion and pain the desertion of his father. Prince Carol, has brought his family. Although Carol's desertion cost her the queenhood of Rumania and blighted her whole e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 February 1928

WOMAN DIES FROM CAR ACCIDENT LAST NIGHT * * # if ¥ * # # :{. .v. .y. •v. ¥• -Y- .y. .y. x.. .{. y. # ¥ * * * * * * * EXPERTS TESTIMONY ATTACKED BY HICKMAN DEFENSE r i. > MAINTAIN SKID TEST PROVES INSANITY PLEA Fate of Confessed Slayer Be- lieved to Hinge on Blood Appearance "H" ON HIS BACK Defendant Has Initial Scratch- ed By Thumb Nail of Expert LOS ANGKMSS, !"<• > I (API An expert's attemi'l to literally write on the skin of William Hickman, liroof of sanity against the confessed slayer ol Marion Parker, provided tin claim of defense attorneys for what they said established insanity. | >1 | anl Bowers, slate alienist, iln-w with his thumb nail the letter "II" upon the hack of Hickman, who war stripped to the waist. It the skit' condition proved insanity, the letter would remain alter three min- utes, it it did disappear lie was sane, tin alienist said. Defense attorneys contended the letter was visible while the alienist admitted that there was an indica- te,n 01 diffu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 February 1928

— — 'I'll 10 ilolujku 1 > a11 - y hkuald ' SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1028; pop ift mm ALL ABOARD AGAIN By Taylor m j*. Tpapped im a T'LftME' BY "THE real bill SERRlOC, The fme Bill GERRICR makes a dk,?erate attempt i To escape A PARftCWytt LEftP ■ Tkkt snas a. clever attempt to <set KV^av- bVSV he cah't get AVW< yjith vt — i'll have to show him some tricks of the -—AVlATtOM corps llontli model* were touring tyiwK. Little ceremony attended the pro- duction of the foiir iriillioutli ear. Air. kbudHou, ('. 8*. Vlnrtli, yl<e-i>res- ident in charge of manufaeturinR. and ('. K. Wetheruld. Flint plant I11ai>anei. inspected it. niwl xhorlly afterward it went with the millions oi olh'ei-H Jjl'odiieeil to dale to the ItiddiUR docks for prompt shipment. Only a few secomlH after the re-i cord model had left the production i liile, number •1,01)11,001 rolled off last ' have 1 ahd the ceaseless activity evident at ! all Chevrolet plains since the mid- illt ot 1 hcemlier continued its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 February 1928

7 T>! ~ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1928. ! .. «*! THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ADRIFT 56 HOURS ON ICE IN LAKE a Ji'.V. VP .v.- - * . • ; .f i • i «/ ' «£• • WiV t- ft i sort.s anil conditions of roadwork in all parts of the Cnlted States: their drivers taking I hem 1 4,U( 0 j feet ii|i mountains and far below ! sea level-on western deserts. New Floral Shop To Be Opened With Smith-Buntin Firm A new floral shop is opeiliflK tip i Tuesday at the Sroith-Buutiii Fun- eral Koine, and will be called live ; Smith-Puntin Floral company. Rob- ert W. Hedlestoii will handle ail i flowers and ordeis. Th«- shop is i ho occupy a space in the funeral i lie connected with I lie flower shop ;home and Du re will he someone in and the office of the linn. Mrs. I lie shop al all hours. All flowers Hedlesion came from Dallas only a 1 hai are in season will he handled, jfew days at?o lo join her husband This shop is making special ar-jlien._ Th(.v t() lnali„ „orK<M. 1 langenieiits with the Denver Whole- sale llo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 February 1928

The Borger Daily Herald Published at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Texas, every Evening Except Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WAHUEN PUBLISHING CO., Inc. SCAT! NEAL D. NORMS Manager Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1920, at the post office at Borger, Texas, uuaer the act of March 3, 1897. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited tcMit or not otherwise credited iu this paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE mo. 70c 50c 30c 1 year 6 mo. 3 mo. 1 Evening and Sunday J7.50 $4.00 $2.00 Evening only - 5.00 2.85 1.50 Sunday Only 2.50 1.36 .70 BY CARRIER IN CITY P r Week Per Month By Year |0c 70c $8.00 ▲11 unsolicited articles, manuscripts, hitters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers e\pressly re- pudiate any liability or responsibility for their -^afe custody or return. The utmost care will be taken, however, 10 see t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 February 1928

Kb* - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1928. THE BORGER DAfLY HERALD PAGE FIVE I I m * % i BORGER'S PRIZE BABIES Mrs. Ray Haggard l'liune Mrs. It, IS. ('ouan is Hostess To Twentieth <m-.v ( lull Oik of the most delightful nice i - lugs of the club year was held Tues- day, when Mrs. R li. Cowan enter- tained at her home in Electric City. The rooms were made bright with cut flowers, carrying out a spring color scheme. At the close of the program delicious home made candy was enjoyed by the guests. Mrs. Gordon McBride presided and |8|>oke on habit formation and habit growth. Mrs. Earl Scott gave a very instructive talk on The Development of the I * 1 a y Instinct, and was follow- ed by Mrs. U. li. Cowan who went further into the subject and told of the many ways this instinct should and could be developed. Mrs T. r. Kappington outlined the order in which gilts should be given to chil- dren and the many things a mother could teach the child of preschool age. Mrs. L. C. Rhodes told of how the s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 February 1928

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD- SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1928* 1 p;i? '•$ <« IK1 , (Jhe QU6ST of mwm~ that boon that makes nil else in life The need of good, sound health is paramount. The body is a complex and sensitive mechanism that needs the best of attention. Good health is the best of health. The advertisements on this page are the guide posts to good health. The names here have been selected for their reliability and for their known reputation. your Keep These Things Always On Hand! your Motoring Is Healthful ■TO| your maim I! i i I! 'ft i I ' 'S i I)! i i i hi ! HOUSECLEANING, children at play, cooking, every so often brings up a series of minor accidents that, unless taken care of immediately, might lead to serious results. Keep these first aid essentials al- ways on hand. Adhesive Tape Gauze Picric Acid Unguentine Mercurochrome Iodine Boric Acid Zinc Stearate Phone No. 229—We Will Deliver PURE DRUG COMPANY 508 Main St. ■roi your ■EflLTl We Maintain High Food Standards if you keep y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 February 1928

" • '■ ! ' *. . • ' •,«i - -• I . V'.--' fMimr Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best I way in which to Build your j Town. ■2r^" m i .mi MI mi M-M .. i Phone 13 'WFICIAL PUBLICATION (TI'V OF UOKGKIi, TEXAS I i ALJj DWAJSTimn VOL. 2—NO. 64. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS COURT TO INVESTIGATE CAUSE OF CAR ACCIDENT * # * •Y- * * * -Y- * * * # * * # * * * * * •y. .y. -Y- -Y- -Y- .y. y. y. .y. ,y. .y. }{.%•>{• * * * # * * FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL TO REPRESENT COMMITTEE O- O STEWART CASE BEFORE JUDGE BY TOMORROW George Wickersham Accepts Invitation to Oppose Oil Magnate EXPECT ACTION Gordon Anticipates Grand Jury to Take up Problem By End of Week WASHINGTON, Fell. 6. </p) George Wickersham former atlor licj general, lias accepted the invi tation of the Senate Investigation | committee to represent it in habeas | corpus proceedings by which Rob-! ert Stewart, wealthy Chicago oil | executive, hopes...

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