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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 February 1928

' 1 HI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AN INVITATION! THE BORGER DAILY HERALt) By Blosserj 5 FRinAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1928 1 T:S . HT COLISEUM opecky, Coming Back From Knockout, Breaks Oppo- nent's Rib; Debate Staged Before a house of jovial cheering j fans Joe Kopecky won his mutch Svjth Rough House Dixon at the Col-' ifieuui last night by forfeiture after j prion h- d received a broken rib In the second fall. Ijouis Sandova and Dutch lietkt | wrestled to a thirty-minute draw. The main event of last evening ; has aroused more enthusiasm per- i haps than any wrestling match ever i tftafce* in Border. The two wrest- j Jers mtt at the center of the arena, Jvitli Cal Farley, refree, shook hand:- j thoi> started one of the toughest ; matches ever seen in the city. For; fit&hteeri minutes nearly every hold known to haumanitv, science and, the wild open spaces was fellown the public by antics of the two wrest- lqrH Kopecky was thrown from the ' arena twice by Rough House, who j lived up to hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 February 1928

y'--w;vT£r-~f v. rr.-v^V.'. J . . r I I f&tfrA^, I^MuARY 10* 1025 t-f f T THIS BOKCSIOK DAILY HERALD ■' A, . H ~ f PAGE TH c V, Mrs. Ray Haggard .Mrs. I,co Spencer niul Sirs. <.lenn 1'ace Kiitertain Phone J3 expect lo return this 'evening. I fcuclan niack, II lie Hotel I5lack Lthe city toduy. former was a owner visitor Mrs. Leo S. Spencer nnd Mrs. Glenn A. Pace entertained yester- day afternoon at Mrs. Spencer's" room at the Hotel Black with one | M|sa |)01.0lIiy u,,lma 0f tho wiiilo of the prettiest parlies of the sea-j Kai{1(, ()i! p0lnpany who . MODES OF THE MOMENT improving. son- a Valentine party. The entertaining room was rant with a profusion of nnd tulips, and the Valentine mo Tilair Stewart til' was carried out in table covers, i K|110t,Vi jF j, company, who underwent i an operation for appendicitis, is I frag- radlpdly roses; score cards, prizes. | (lames of bridge wore enjoyed throughout the afternon. and at the conclusion high score pri'zi won by Mrs. Carl William...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 February 1928

Sill, iff <0 ; Ithe borger daily herald Pfpg Jf'/y \ ; K FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1928 ■ lorger Daily Herald - M>u>((I tnSAL D. N0RBI8 PubUiksd at 102 South Main Street, Bor- ger, Texas, every Evening Except Saturday, ami on Sunday Morning, by NUNN—WABBBN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Inc. QUICK, WATSON! WE SCENT A DEEP DARK PLOT Kotereu secoiv'-cliisa mutter Novem- ber 23, 19*26, at the post office ot Border. Texas. under the ait of March 8, 1897. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRK3S The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of nil news dispatches credited to it or not othcEwise credited to this pa^er and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION KATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 16 rt i YEAR MO. MO. MO. Evening and Sun. — $7.50 $4.00 $'-.00 70c Evening Only - 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c bttnday Only 2.50 1.35 .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Ptr Week Per Month By Year 20c 70c $8.00 Ail unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let lers and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at owners ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 February 1928

PwPiii • : • i fm ¥m FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1928 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD MOM'N' POP .... " '- 7 ^ PACE FIVE . A NEW WORRY ). i With THEfake bill GERRICK SAFELY BEHIND THE BARS. all!S \M6LL TH/VTENOS V4ELL— BUT SOMETIMES \T DOESN'T END That WAY// AS YET, MR GOUM, VJ£ HAVEN'T M PiSLE To SET THE MAN YOU'VE HAP ARRESTED To -SAY A ViORD -IN TH£ MEANTIME,X'© LIKE TO HEAR YOUR STORY OF TH£ SWiNDKE" HE FULLED Vvl ELL,To MAKE IS" SHORT AIOD SPJAPPY, CAPTAIN — X RECEIVED A LETTER SOMETME AGO SAYING THAT AN OLD CHOM OF MINE HAD DIED DOWN IN. CHILE, AND HIS' son, Sill geRrick,whom L HAD NEWER SEEN, WAS COMING To LIVE WITH ME - r-T - A FEwi DAYS LATER, Trifc' MAH MOW DNDER ARREST, TOKNED liP ANjD SAID HE VJAS BILL GERRICK — I.TOOK HIM INTO MY HOME, AND INTO MY OFFICE, AND FROM ALL APPEARANCES HE WAS A rj IN OTHER VJORDS, HE P|ME r1 f STARTED HIS RACKET FELLOW L ft SMOOTH WAY ■ By Taylor New Enterprises Brighten Business Outlook For 1928 \ Exactly.' IV, r.^:r Ht v/AS so-'*r.o:r', ^ HE OFf-e^e-r. re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 February 1928

"fWf'• * •,' < T ^.. E SIX THE r.OKGER !)Att,Y HERALD FRIDAY, FfefftUARY 10, 1928 WOULD HOLD COTTON CROP OFF MARKET Finance Corporation In South Given A? Solution by George B. ferre" AUSTIN, Texas, (#)—The final solution of marketing hte cotton crop profitably la the organization o£ a cotton finance corporation in the south strong enough to hold c.ny temporary surplus oft the mar- ket until demand justifies a profit- able price. This could be done by the govern- ment it Congress would enact the right kind of laws and provide suf- ficient funds to purchase the sur- plus and hold it until there was a demand for it at profitable prices, but I have very little faith in any- thing the government will do for the so'tith. This finance corpora- tion could advance money on cot- ton to be held for a stipulated price and buy outright any cotton that could not be held by the grow- er. and thus stabilize the market at the price paid, it would never be necessary to purchase a largo amount ol' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 February 1928

Mr. -:*£.4-r* ' :ji~ , Km WZfri, TODAY, February it), 102a ) DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Bovger Want Ada Daily Herald Fbr Results THE BORCER ■ DAILY _ Ch&rle* (£) Scriiner'e Snnp HERALD PAGE * . RATE: Two cents per von) per Insertion, three Insert Inr.i 'or five c«nts pur word. All wiint a.Is are cash In ailvuiicu. J POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS erS. S. VAN DINE AUTHOR, of THE BENSON MURDER CASF Wo are authorized to announce the following' candlates, subject to the actlo'h of 1 lie Democrat lo Pri- mary, .llllj 2S. I! 2K. For County .ludge— \v. it. ooodwin Couuty and District Clerk— OXA UKVAN Sheriff aaid Tax Collector— JOE (rtVMIKY «L W. (Johnny) .1ONES For County Tll.v Assessor H. ]i. I.ASA PER CLAUDE SMITHKHS County SuperinI endent— MIS ON A MANAHAN County Treascurer— Jf. M. HEDGKCOKE, Jr. For County Attorney— C. I). WOHKS For District Attorney J. A. HOL.HKS fOR SAL* For For For For CHARACTERS piut.o vakck JOIIV f.-X. MARKHAM, Ki.trlrl Attorney of New Vork Countr II A II (c A ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 February 1928

DAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1928 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD "BOSSY" GILLIS RECEIVES THE NEW YORK REPORTERS Ask For Beauty Contest Coupons at Steinberg's with every dollar purchase in every Department. Promise of San Antonio Men- tor Kept In Lining Up 1928 Team Saturday Specials bination. manager, sou, the ftuccefisor. SAN ANTONIO. !> (AIM-Har ry Abies, president of tbo San An- tonio Texas league busoball club, declared vehemently at the clone of the |B2" season that he would re- build his seventh place team com- pletely. He has kept l\ls pvi misc. Only a half a dozen of last year's regulars are conceded even a chance to stick with the new corn- Having dropped one lionus Mltze, in nildsea- lieai'K have demoted tils Ho I) Couchman, to the role of codicil, and are now prepar- ing to announce a new leader. Couchman, after 21 years of ac- • tlve service on the hill, has de- cided to retire as a pitcher. The weak hitting aggregation of last, summer is no more. Abies lias retained only those few men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

. , ' •— ■ • m '/■' «5;,k. •}* ■ W* ,_K __ . .. <TS; ■'4,,,: ^ ; mi* VI If I M flii I u t'tl 5 I I *'• iw <■& |i H i lis I II T$1 f 1 i , V '! Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing j Home Enterprise is the Best j I way in which to Build your ! Town. OFFICIAL, I'l'IIIJCATION CITV OK BOItOFIt, TKXAS Phone 13 mix oatiHTiamTi I ■ |L—~ VOL. 2—NO. 69. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBUARY 12, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS " 4 CIVIC GROUPS TO CONSIDER UTILITY PROBLEM * * * H* H- * H- * * * * -y. .y. .y. .y. .v. .v. ^ ^ ^ ^ * * * H* *{• %• Sf, jp * ¥ * * * SIXTEEN GIRLS NOMINATED IN STYLE SHOW CONTEST O- "MISS BORGER" WILL FEATURE DISPLAY HERE AIDS STEWART John I leader I nit . bia : \V. Baruett, Denver and head of tht of the District was retained to act Stewart, oil man. $50 and Other Prizes to Be Awarded; Spring Fashions Depicted . SPECIAL PICTURE "Model From Paris" Added Attraction at Rex; Di- rector Coming Sixteen Border girls have been nominated to run fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

m-m V >;] • S-r THE BORGER DAILY HERALD , SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 12. MOM'N' POP By Taylor YOU CAN'T BLAME POP IIRLY IN 1928 Production Last Month strips Other High Marks Out- rre wo use, captain - l can't do a thing vjlth him-he's too suc^ for me SMELL .THATn PUTS US IN A PECULIAR SITU ATI OM - , T __ —J— T" < -VOU'LV. HAVE TO - dig up some solid euidemce if you expect to send him over the 1 Road , ■flR SAY- X^M MORE interested in nvhkps become of M.V MONEY. "TMAW X AM IN WHAT BECOMES OF p him i PONT I AC, Mi eh.- The highest ■JEftutiary produetioa iu the history ifll i jic Oakland Motor Car Company, 1^,77.1 Oakland and Poutiac Sixes. ; is hsing eclipsed by a record Feb- ruary urodurtibn schedule of 22,26s ears. It is announced by \V. R. Tracy, Vice-President in charge of Sales. "The fact that our totals for both January and February of this year exceed by a wide margin the combin- ed 1928 and lflJT production dur- ing those respective months is the best evidence that l he Oakland M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

r STO Kj ' r fej SUNDAY, ■ ... FEBRUARY 12, i 1928. ■ 1 jM' - . I THE BORGER DAILY HERALD GIRL TO LEAVE Indian Woman Unable Withstand Perplexities Arising From Wealth years old, Iiuh been in court aplenty because of IiuhIuuuIh of her own. So when Hhe was summoned to appear ugain in the frigid atmos- phere of a court room it was Ijo much for the poor little rich r'ri, iind she left Muskogee. Tn Ij'jz Kxle Fife, a barefoot girl with braided pigtails, was standing on a stool in front of her parents' liul, reaching for a pail of milk, sus- ■ Tiring il'1'1"'4-''1 from the roof, when federal officials brought her a three thou- fo wealt h | MUSKOGEE, Okla., (/P) of social complexities ilial has brought into her once simple ;,Hj iu.r life, Hxie Fife Tolleson, Creek In-j 000 u dlan gril, who has tin income from I"'' oil and from $1,000,000 in Liberty ; SI:.' bonds. lias disappeared. She was sued for $100,000 dam ages for alleged alienialion of af fections of another Indian woman's j judges, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

■ " I —— SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1928. Herald They nover will bo much for strength. I Might proniinade, iii luxury dressed, VVltli all the moneyed friskers ■ ■ ■" Published at 103 South Main Street. Borger, Texas, every Evening pt Saturday and ou Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARRgN PUBLISHING CO.. Inc. NOR1US i--:— — Manager Entered as second-class matter November 23, 192G, at the post office at Borger, Texas, unaer the act of March 3, .1897. But still they keep on growing For forty years, day after day. I've shaved them bright and early" Still it seems they hope to be A Vandyke brown and curly. If I, sdsneway, somehow, possessed /riie' patience of my whiskers. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication ot all news dispatches credited tnait or not otherwise credited in till* paper and also the local newt published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year 6 mo. 3 mo. 1 livening and Sunday J7.50 $1.00 Evening only 5.00 2.85 Sunday Only r— - 50 I-36 B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

7 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1928. ' PAGE THE BORGER DAILY HERALD , «! • Mrs. Hay Hag^unl i'hone iiJ i if. Attn. McBriilc Kntcrtnlns With Two Beaut 1 I'll I Valentine Parties Olio of the most attractive parties ever given in Borger was tlie brldgi luncheon Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. C. C. McBride. Willi Mrs. It I). Rugoley as guest of hon- or. When all of the guests arrived. they were Invited into a large enter- taining room, where four (aides hadlTlie -hcen arranged for luncheon. SI.|ted. Valentine ruled supreme. Beautiful Valentine decorations were on I lie curtains and in every conceivable place. In tile eitnter of each table wan a boquet made of tissue paper. with hearts for flowers. Place cards of cupid carrying a large heart for men and nut. cups carried out the red j by F'. I, color schema. | Tll0S(. prefjCtt at th|| uttrilcllvc A delicious three course luncheon j Valentine party Were: Mr. and ■was served. The first course was a .Mrs. K. J. Wlas, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. fruit ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

of b. T. am c. is cohered Baptist Stiinlio School at i'liiltips Rev. John P. .Johnston, mission-' nrv of the Halo i)uro Baptist asso- ciation, will organize a Baptist! Sunday school Sunday at 9:4 5 a. in. in the Rubin building. All who I City Commissioners Discuss ure not now attending a Sunday | Proposal; To Report De- Behool are most cordially iuvitud I to be present, plenty of good cision Next Week literature. Mr. Johnstou will Sunday at 11 a. ni. and 7 in. The public is invited these services. preach : 30 p. to all : I!0 p. m. is welcome to meetings.—A. K Presbyterian Church Sunday school—9:15 a. in. Preaching—11:00 a. m. Young People's meeting—t;: .1 (i p. m. Preaching- Everyone all of these pastor. First Methodist Church Sunday school—9:45 a. in. Preaching—11:00 a. m. Ejrworth League—p. m. Preaching—7:0 ]). m The orchestra begins playing 9:45 Sunday ected by Paul master. They also play at evening service. - Orion Carter, pas tor. The city, commission has taken under advisement...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1928 THE HOKCKU DAII.Y IIKKALD 1 1111 PAGE SEVEN DAILY HERALD Classified Ads ! OUT OUR WAY Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Result* RATE: Two ceuts per -vord per insertion, three insertion!. 'or five cents per word. All wunt a.is are caa.li In advauce. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS By Wilii*m« O O ! *'* "3 w _ Charles © Serihner'# ?on9 A \\>| f viaI 5/"*. S.VAN DINE AUTHOR THE BENSON MURDER CASE: We are authorized to announce tlie following candiaies, subject, to the rnctJou of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28, J928. F( r Count y Jiul|{e— w. it. <a>oi>\vi\ for County and District Cleric— ONA llltVAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— .loio O\YM:i:Y i. W. (Johnny) JONIOS For County Tax Assessor S. li. Ij.ASATKK CliAlDK SMITHKltS For County Superintendent — MIS O.N A MANAMA X For County Ti'easourei**— v j. m. iiki>c;i:coki:, Jr. For County Attorney— C. I). WOI'.KS l'ftf District Attorney J. A. IIOI.MDS FOR 3AL* CHARACTERS I'lltM) VANCE JOHN I'.-A. MAItKH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 February 1928

m mk mm. ^ ' ;K ft i v; # "JW? §lf^: ^, 2 PACK EIGHT * the borger daily herald —...SUMl sunday, february 12, 1928. M The Theatres By Speck FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS LUCKY FRECKLES By Blosser A young boy, jujit at college nge. stands with smoking gun in his hands. Hi« victim is a huddled, shapeless heap on*the other side ot the room. This is the dramatic punch that opens "The Noose". First National's jilcturization of 'tVillard Mack's son- :%0> m- umcl.s mrrx yuO EEAUL-VAMD TfiULV WAAiTMS 70 6O SMI7H you TO AFCICA? W C&R7AIK>LV!WAT IS, PROMIDINS VOOR ' PACEy^S 6\VJ&7^t!R COf^SB-f-ST! ^tq k Fl .7^] -C> ,'aom.c.m.k aarrv SAID AC VJAr07S To TAKG /A£ VW17U MJM TO AFRICA IF VOOU- LET ASB ■■■<50 i' ) WE'RE TiVLkiM<= |t^ (o\)fcRMO\W=POAi'r \1 (PISTORB OS FOR. A ' TEN AAINOTES ' I ( ■■■ 7N ^ (^.or 'li v. fkVl^;. •/ ' k- -&J V p ?• 'H v)Ms v- ;>V^ £ ^ ^-Li£y Try Herald Want Ads for Kesults. 1 111(111 GRADE HOME MADE Candies FRKSH WHOLESOME BORGER CANDY KITCHEN HOU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 February 1928

Buy what you need in buty, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your I f Town. ' fp' / , ',7. Phone 13 AlAj DWABTMJUfT* OFFICIAL PUBLICATION' CITY OK liOltOKIt, TUX AS VOL. 2—NO. 70. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS HOOVER, THE CANDIDATE, PUNS FISHING TRIP * ' * >(. >f. & .{. .y. .y, •Y' ¥• ? Y- ¥ # # ¥ * * * * * * ¥ ¥ * * ¥ ¥ # * * ■y. .y. y. .y. .y. .y. .y. y. y. y. y. y. %**{•*{• u. * * * * * Moody Will Order Investigation Of District Attorney Douglas * * A * * * * * * •/: A * * A * A * * k k ft ■k * * •k k -k * * •k k ■k * * k k ■k PANHANDLE GRIPPED WITH HEAVY RAIN AND SNOW O- LOW MERCURY CHILLS BORGER EARLY TODAY Percipitation Over State Hea- vy; Farmers Jubilent Over Prospect ROADS PASSABLE TOO BIG A JOB Busses Making Trips Report ! Slow Going; Trains on Time Tin' real grip of winter spread over the Panhandle section ! Saturday night and lias continued throughout eysterdav and today ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 February 1928

I h \ \ \ V \ . BORGER LMI.Y HERALD r*v •- m STANDING BY LEQaO "nMT5M^ ed at 102 South Main Street, Bor Texas, every Eveuing Except Saturday, < oo 9ttnd*y Morning, by —■WABREN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Inc. *m * Hater*) . * second-class matter Novem[ beit 23, at tlu? post office at Bprjcej^l Texas, under the act otMarch 3, 1897. WEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively I titled to the use for republication of nil dispatches credited to it or not nrwute credited to this vapor and' alio the local news published herein. MO^aT'O MAIL DEPARTM ENTS mc I PQl 8UlU l"JUrTION RATES BY ADVANCE 16 3 1 YEAR MO. MO MO.! Evening and Sun.-.$7.50 #4.00 $2.00 iUc; Evening Only ... 5.0U 2.85 1.5&c6Qc | Sunday Only - _ 2.50 1.85 .70 30 - : BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month liy \'enr 20c 70c $8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, tor* and pictures sent to The Herald sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- pjfttp&ly repudiate any liability or responsi b lily. for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 February 1928

y 4IL 6 toONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1928. THE roroer daily herald PA< DAILY HERALD Classified Ads t'*. ~^-r Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results t RATE: Two tenia per word per insertion, three insertions 'or five cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS < i: We ftru authorized to announce the following comitates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 2S, 19lis. For County .Judge— \V. It. GOODWIN For County jiud District Clerk— ONA Hit VAN For Sheriff and Tax <'ollector— JOE OWMlliV J. W. (Johnny) .IONICS For County Tax Assessor S. U. LASATER (iiAI'DH KMITHKISS For Count) Superintendent— >1 IS O.N.V MANAHAN For County Treuseurer— J. M. UEDGECOKE, Jr. For County Attorney— C. D. WORKS For District Attorney J. 1. HOLMES FOR SALt. _ Charles © ScribnerV Sons' s.van, dine AUTHOR^ THE BENSON MURDER case CHARACTERS PIIILO VANCE JOHN F.-X. MAUKHAM, District Attorney of New York County MAlttiA Ii E T UDKLL (THE "CANARY") C II A 1...

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

lieaniiful <tlvmi by llridgc Luncheon Mrs. Y. I). M('Murray if- | || P-' I Bap A. ■ "$fl in Hour, entng to One of the most beautiful Valen- tiu« parties of the season was the live course bridge luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs. Y. David M<- Murray. There were six tables of guests present The home was exquisitely deci - rated by Fields Floral Shoppe with ferns', sweet peas, pot plants and many of the beautiful spring flow- ers. Other decorations carried oil' |ti> stea\)v the spirit of Valentine, and hearts niiugled with the .flowers. lively corsages of ■ sweet peas and ferns were al the plate of each guest, and they were worn during the remainder of the af- ternoon, lending the appearance of spring to the festivities. High schore prize, a beautiful black and white beaded handbag, was won by Mrs. Clayton Ken- nedy; second high, a boudoir pil- low. was won by Miss Kuth Bnrn- holdt, third, silk hose, by Mrs. John Hale and low prize by Mrs D. 1. Morris. Table cuts were won by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 February 1928

j #1 ' CITIZENS RECOMMEND GRANTING FRANCHISE * * * .y. -v. # * * * * * * * * * # * * * * * ^ ^ ^ rf * * * * * * * # # * * * * * * LINDY WINGS HOMEWARD FROM GOOD WILL TRIP SOUTH •Y- * y- -Y- Y- Y Y •"• Y Y- Y- Y- Y- Y- Y- * * * * * * 'Y* -Y* 'Y* ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H- * * * * * * * * HICKMAN SENTENCED TO HANG FOR PARKER MURDER O- APRIL 27 SET FOR EXECUTION OF "THE FOX" Defense Attorneys Expected to File Motion to Appeal ON ONE CHARGE Cinema Symmetry Kidnapping to Be Left to State Board of Prison Directors M)S .A\(iKI/KS, I'l l). II, l/Pi —William Kilwarcl Hickman lwln\ was sentenced ,o hung; Friday, April 127, lot* firs! de- cree murder ol' Marion I'nrk- i*!'. The sentence was imposed by Judge Trnl>iiceo after Jin* state had put two witnesses on the stand to the erime and the degree of hie murder be- fore fixing the death penalty. The court d-uied a motion for a -new trial and a motion to the effect that the court was withoir: jurisdiction to sen- tence the defendant. Disposition of...

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