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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 February 1928

F-tiinHSiH Herald t ■?■>! ' 1- FEBRUA-Ri TUESDAY, HERALD tiVi'iPmr "y?--. LITTLE MISS MUFFET SAT ON A TUFFET In ' Mturdil, tJBLISHING inc. ftectind •>!«*« matter Novero- 1 ««•-«>, at, thd post office i*t Borrer. , uj. 1 •?r the act of March 3, 1897. MKMBKR ASSOOlATEp PRESS A o(>iHted TreKR ' « tixclu«iv.tjy en- to thtt u«e far I'vptiblicatlon of all despatch*# vretlite<i to it or not rwi«« credited to this paper and the local rifrtvs published herein. ITI0 IUTK9 BY MAIL ADVANCE : 'l .. 1 6 3 1 YEAH MO. M(>. Ml),. ing and Sun. $7.50 *4.00 f*00 7'0c Kveumg Only SiftO 1,50 5Uc fciuiiday Only -.50 ,70 KY CAUKIER IN CITY Per Week P«r Monlh ftv Year ^ 20c 70c 98.00 Ail unsolicited articles, manuscripts. terM and pictures scut to The Herald are aei)t at owners risk, and the publishers ex pre&sly repudiate any liability or responsi fcilily for t^)cir safe custody yr return. TUv inmost care will be taken, however, to bet* th*.t the) are not lost or misplaced in this off...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 February 1928

M I) I r < * < r I ') £{r\r k l/J Few Fkv or tie Expressions l<JUL 11 [ WheTl %& %uoh fad 7feajC(y 77|af„ i m'\ ! —. o —U-, — ^ TO^Ta" j AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 11. -The ■ annual increase in (he demand for j cotton Is a bo ul 240,000 bales, bas- direel or of the Bureau of Business "No business in all Ihe world, is so largo and so complicated and | cotton industry," Dr. Cox said I "Nothing of economic significance i can happen in the world without itsj having a bearing on the cotton in-j dustry and reflecting itself iruyne-j diately in the price of cotton," Dr. | Cox points out, "the news of an j uprising in China, a drought in India, an eai'luiunke in Japan,, aj strike in England," a low barometter in the Oulf stales or the souitli- v.est of the United States, or the turn of an election, all alike pour into the hopper of the cotton future exchanges the price making m idl- ine in the cotton world- to register j their respective influences on the [price of cotton. "Some of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 February 1928

r.--. "■••• ■ •• " TUESDAY, FEBRU/RY 14, 1928 -t — THE BORGER DAILY HERALD . ■ ' ■ ••• • '■ ' " . < /•£., . •- , &.,?> i OTEMALA rlMHS! :.tl xS'?rv.( Central America Discovered by Columbus in 1502 — The Pompeii of America — Indians oi Unknown O'igin — Street Scenes. By H. WOOD-BRl Ci: 1 Emmm v'f 1-! <*! s mEms&mlm ffcnfcJfa*- W- % W> «•■•« gk... S/S ^ Cs7/y&<£T s?<y/yyT &C If J syo/y<£ A7(?/yoz./7~// s/T- a<y//?/G<y/7 J1 WS&. M H Bis rw £nfr- !- ■•■ :l?.; « > *•; . :••.* " 'fSWfmswgk '■ ■ •':. ^ I V>V* i -.m </ ■■■: •>;■' -• •• , :-v f AR up in tho Cofdilleros, upon h table land nearly five thousand feet above the sea, there is a city—a city of over £ hundred thousand population, whose every street ends in a Kior;ous mountain view of peaks •fill higher than the city itself Here the primitive and the present Tufrft, the ox-ejwt anc' the lim- ousine, the picturesque Indian anfi the srnarf.ly dressed ".Mestizos the progeny of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 February 1928

> 0 V h J N ' " *••• :'MW" -VUfiSDA*. PRHHUARY 14. 1928. Til 10 BOKOER DAILY hicham) fT" m Classified Ads Use Boi-ger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results _ Charles © Scrifaner'# ?ons MOM'N' POP THE DOUGH COMES BACK v S. S.VAN DINE author, of the benson murder case RATB: Two cents per 'vord per Insertion, three Insertiom "or five cants 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 Democratic Pri- mary, - July 28. 1928. For County Judge— XV. K. OOODWIN for (.'oitnty and District Clerk— ON.4 -UKVAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— J OK OW.VBEY A. VV. (.lolmn.i ) JONES For County Tax Assessor S. n. LASATEIt CLAt'DE SMIl'HKHS For County Su|«'iinteiideiii — MIS OVA MANAMA N For County Tmiscuref— .1. M. HKDGKCOKE, Jr. For County Attorney— C. I>. HOURS For District Attorney A. A. HOLMES FOR SAL*. HAl.K—1'nrfl tirrs ai.d butteries <'it>• Serviit* Station. :u< p F'Otl ItICN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 February 1928

PERFUME " ■ ?V - 7*' THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Keep Your, Elbows Off the Table. .Folks Nurseryman Suggests Factory to Save Fragrance of < Waste Flowers TYLER," Texas, (A3) Establish- ment of a perfume factory here to utilize wasted blossoms from the 3mat Smith county rone fields is urged by W. R. Hudnall, nursery- man. Millions of roses, which would bell for as much as $5 a dozen, in the cities, go to waste annually bo- cause there is 110 use for them. The roses are left to be destroyed in the hot sun, blown away by the ; wind, or even piled up at the side f Of the fields as rubbish. A perfume plant, it is believed, would reap a rich harvest of roses , to crush and make into perfume. Smith county, of which Tyler i>l the county seat, is one of the! greatest fbse-'gro'wing he'flitvus' of , the south. Within a few miles of | The city are many acres of gvow-. ing rose plants which farmers cul-1 ttvate with implements much as; they would corn or potatoes. More than 750,000 rose plant...

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

I * i> i 1 1 iSls • >'• ■:: • * „ • a?j| .? Buy what you need in busy, kuatling Borger. Patronising Home Enterprise ia the Beat j f . . way in which to Build your Town. "Mi Mjje ■ i ■ V ™ 0P ! Phone 1 mix DVABTMlKlf «f OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BOKOKK, TEXAS I mix vm VOL. 2—NO. 72. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS HICKMAN MUST FACE SECOND MURDER TRIAI * * * V ¥ ¥ * * * V V ¥ * # * * * * •y. Y- * H- H- -Y- x. H- * * * * * * STYLE SHOW BEAUTY CONTEST PROMISES TO BE CLOSE O- 4 more girls added to list of candidates "Dark Horse," Among List of Contestants, to Re- main Mystery MISS CONARD HERE Director Arrives to Assume Duties In Putting on Displays Initial reports on the standing or contestants for the Borger beau- ty contest indicate that competition, in to be keen in the selection of I ••Miss Horner" for tW third semi-j annual stylo show to Ui> held here j Feb. 22 and 23. Two more stores j have been added to the list of those d...

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

8 * wt U THE BORGER DAILY HERALD npi m fef'.'? J COMPANY THE GLEANERS .b second clas* matter IHfct't the POKt oftu-e «t the, nft.tf. JJajvh ?. B, offer. 1807. ASSOC £ ATI*. I) 1'IiKSS rrM is exe\tf<*ive1y to tfe? use far repubju*l)c t,twH dispatches er«diteU to ft otlMUMiM >«diw4 tl lUi* MJ*.r «|/V , alio the local uews pubuun&a herein. of all not BOBSe-HIFffON IIA'MSS BY MAIL IN AlWANCB V # 11 1 YKAR MO. MO. MO. Eveuinfc *n4 Swn.,..^7.i0 *4.4)0 $£.00 70c ftv«ning Ouly C .0U H.H'j 1.50 50c Suntla.v Oujy '2.fAi l.'J/* .70 30c CARRIER IN CifrY Per,, MS.**k Fcx Mffgh «.>' 20c ?0c Wo- Y ear 00 .<11 unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let ttr* ana pictures Kent to The Herald art aeut at owners risk. nnU the publishers ex- praMlv repudiate nny liability or responsi lUUtv'for their custody or.rMurn. The uttttaat care will be taken, lwwcvcr. to see, that they are not lost or iui*place4 in thi* ! office f>HONR 13 FOR AI L ftEPARTMKXTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous refl...

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

WEPNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1.928. THE BQRGER DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATE: Two cents per word per lnsert/oii,"three' insertl'onV 'or (lve cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We lira aulAorized to announce the following eandiates, subject to lliu action of the Deuioorulic Pri- mary, July 28. 1028. For, County .lud|£e— U. It. GOODWIN For Count.v and District Clerk— ONA IHtYAN For Sheriff and Tux Collcctoi— .1(110 OWNHEY i J. \V. (Johnny) .JONES t'LAl DE KMITIIKHS For County Tax Assessor S. I!. I.AS.XT Kit For County Supei'inU'ailoiil— MIS OX A MAX AHA X For County Treaseurci"— .1. M. IIEDGECOKE, ,lr. For County Attorney— C. I). WOltivS For District Attorney .1. A. HOLMES t . S. \\ OltT.M \ S (l-'or County < 'oniiitis-.ioner— Wil l. OltltH K ^ Cha*k © S<^il>rierV FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THAT'S LIKE UNCLE HARRY! n m&mm fa<^e three By Blos er 5TS. S.VAN CINE AUTHOR THE BENSON NJURDER CASE...

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

\ Sends Him to Death !too, cost more to feed than ela 3 BORGER DAILY HERALD Old Bill's Appetite ® ' HIAWATHA, Krs.—AlthouRh a native American, and never abroad. Mrs. Andrew Iloss has lost her citi- zenship. She married a native of Scotland who is not u naturalized American RIO & TODAY TOMORROW STARTS AT I O'CLOCK Phone 13 Mrs. Ray Haggard LONDON—There are 38 Bernard Shaws in the new British Isles post- office directory. Ben Hur runs a London clothing shop. Smith is still the most popular name—but there are 12 Teas and 54 Coffees Atluit.s :i.ii Kiddle* 10 Hospital News There's nothing omitt- ed from the private love allnli-s of tin most da libel ous blonilr in history! DARWEN, England.— Five wor- shippers at the local church were taken to court when, by singing lus- tily, they prevented the vicar from reading the prayer for the ''Church Militant." UOUOKIt (JKN ERA L WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1928. which run up . the cost of the com- missary department. Sea lion#. Year Dunce Hurt Fr...

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

y* :> Buy what you need in busy, buailing Border. Patronizing Home Enterprise ia the Beat j way in which to Build your I Town. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF HOltCiFIt, TFX AS VOL. 2—NO. 73. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1928. U. S. TO INVESTIGATE PUBLIC UTILITY FINANCES * * * Phone 13 PRICE FIVE CENTS }(. !f. >f. .y. :f :f. * * * # * * H- -y. H- * * * f- * * ¥ ¥ ¥ y. .y. # * * * * * * * * SECOND SNOWSTORM HITS PANHANDLE EARLY TODAY ESTIMATE OF THREE INCHES AT 3 O'CLOCK Roads Passable, But in Bad Condition; Busses Behind Schedule FARMERS HAPPY Wheat Crop Practically As- Sured With Additional Moisture I) VI.I, IS, Felt. Ml, (/P)— Knoiv blanketed it large por- tion of the Panhandle ami \ north Texas today, bringing more needed nioisttu'e to dry lands. i'anipa awoke •:<> liud a heavy mantle over the (O'oiind. Snow is still tailing heavily and the activities in tlie oil tield have been parti.* Mtspended. The temperature is a round freezing. Begining ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 February 1928

Hp' j 1 —— THE BORGHR DAILY HERALD Daily Herald W0*HI8 Z MlU|« at 102 Eowta Main Street. Bor- «retj Evonini Bxctpt Saturday, '^WA^K^ItJBUSHWO COMPANY, Inc. Entpvp. .« second-ehmn matter Novera- ber 2U, tM'ifi, at the post office at Burger. T«x«w, uud*r thw act of March 3, 1897. 1 --i ..■■■■,.■•—■ .. >1-. -■• ■ . — WKMHEIt ASKOCIATED PRB88 Thff A*m><lmt*d Press im ejcelunively en- titled, to tiw use illv republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to thin paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATE* BY WAIL IN ADVANCE i ft ;i I YKAR MO. MO. MO. Evening and Sun. $7.50 *4.00 $2.00 70e Kyeniug Only ——— 5. CHI 'J.H.1* "1.50 iiOe Sunday Only -^-2.50 1.35 ,70 30c 151 CARRIER OlTY Per Week Per Month «>' Year 20c ' 70c ' $S.OO AU un#pli<?i*,ed articles, manuscripts, let- ters and Nurtures sent to The Herald are sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- pressly repudiate any liability or responsi Lility for their sat* cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 February 1928

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1928 THE BORCER DAILY HERALD APRONS FROM FLOUR BAGS M r fr8 Mrs. Ray Haggard I'honc i:> I<eap Yotti- Dance To Do An Affali ' Y ■ * Oirls don't forget the Leai> Year dance to be given at tlie Klver- i'lew Club Friday night Ik the ad- vice of a business woman this morn- ing. If you haven't already bought a. ticket, do ho at once, and take your beat boy friend and show him A good time, she requested. This promises to be one of the best dances of the season, and why not, when the Business and Profes- sional Women are sponsoring it. Tickets are available from the fol- lowing persons: Pauline Arnold, Faye McOlll, Jackie Lamar, Lillian Jcvnabler and Thelma Arnold. Illue Honnct Club Meet* With Mrs. Zigler The Hlue Bonnet Bridge Club met witli Miss Ernestine Zigler for the first time al her home in Prairie Camp. Valentine favors were curried out. KiVe games of Bridge were played and Buster Reynolds won high for the boys and Phyllis Barber won hlgll for the gir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 February 1928

r "- " *^ v■ ri CR DAILY HERALD iyMM MM w WWSS& * ' "'-W A'4 A MIGHTY POWER Conowingo Power Project Nears Completion — World's Second Largest Hydro-Electric Plant Makes Muscle Shoals Look Small. By GEOKGE K. STILES XTK an output of 1,360,000,- 000 kilowatt hours of elec- tric power per year tho second largest hydro-electric plan> i.j th« world is rapidly near- ing construction at Conowingo, Maryland. Costing between fifty and sixty million dollars, this vast power scheme his a total capacity of 6^4.000 li. p., whereas the much discussed Muscle Shoals plant op- erated by the United States Gov- crnment has 260,000, or decidedly less than half. The Conowingo dam proper, not counting In approaches, etc.. Is 4,SQ0 fret long. 105 fepf: in height and 200 f - et thick as it digs itself into the bed of the Susquehnnna Kiver. four miles abnve the point ■where ;h* ocean tide ceases u> ebb and flow Into the Atlantic coast line. A magnificent boulevard 4." foot from curb to curb could ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 February 1928

I V IV V A ! O DAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1928. DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Want Ads Daily Herald For Results RATE: Two cents per word per insertion, three insertlom *or fivo cents per word. All want a.ls are cash in advance. =.-?nnr? bJ s. S.VA!^ DIN1E AUTHOR. Of THE BENSON MVR.DER: CASE POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We nre authorized to announce the following candiates, subject to the notion of Hip Democratic Pri- mary, July !!S, 1928. For Comity .Judge— \V. It. GOODWIN For County and District Clerk— O.N.I BRYAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JOE OWVP.EY J. \V. (.Johnny) .IONCS CI,ACRE SMITH Kits FOr County Tax Assessor S. 15. I.ASATER For County Superintendent— .MIS OX A .MAX AH AX For County Treason roe— .1. M. HERGECOKR, .Jr. For County Attorney-— c. 1>. WORKS For I>1.striot Attorney ■I. A. HOI,MEN C. S. WOltTMA X For County Commissioner— Wil l, OliKICK Izi s I n CHARACTFItS 1'iiir.o VA\ct: JOHN F.-X. MAHKIIAM, IIJntrloT Attorney of New York rotini) ]>l A It <; A It 10 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 February 1928

; m * •. «- *■ THE BORGER DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, F1 IY 16, 192* GRANITE WHO IS CHAMPION FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Rl NOW, IS THAT NICE? Que dav of FCECKLtS' sailim6 for africa VW17U MS uncle harry IS DRAINS closer.,,b 0illie,7we PCETTy l1t7ls eiEL.,V JAO almoavs treated FRECKLES VWI7AACOLD smoulder, seems very imt&eested /OOVJJ — VES^AM'AE'S LEADING IN A COUPLE DAVS-JUSr 7AINH" , AFRICA?.' j/ilK. I vwan>t TO sav soodbve TO Vou, PReckLES=x kMOvu yoo'uu a ave a marvelous time and do vjorite me a post card from on board smif? MJOAVT VOU? 1 -Q Contender Outfought Through- out; Viilalion Beats Billie Ladd r , i Eddie Miii'dock. after pusliiiiK rar« out of the mud all (lay yes- terday, stepped into the ring against Kid Granite at the Legion Hall arena last night and showed from the .start that he still was far the best man of the two. Throughout the entire fight he kept Granite on the defensive and delivered hlow after blow tol and clean on the lo- cal favorite's chin and middle. De...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

M A 7* wy what you need! in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your I Town. I! OFFICIAL rtUI.K ATION CITY OF ItOItUKIt, TKXAS i Phone 13 VOL. 2—NO. 74. ASSOCIA TED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS REPORT SEVENTY KILLED IN RELIGIOUS CLASH * * * rft 2ft !{* Y« H- * •¥■ * * .y. ^ V ¥ ^ ^ >i- :{• H- H- * * * * # * * DeMAYO CONTEMPT CASE TO REACH CLIMAX TOMORROW O- ACCUSED KING OF PROHIBITION EVADERS TRIED Three Men Scheduled to Ap- pear on Charges of Jury Tampering NEVER CONVICTED Although Dozens of Alleged Associates Arrested, De Mayo Escapes KANSAS CITY. Feb. IT (API Tli roc unsuccessful government at- tempts to convict Frank l)e Mayo, alleged by government, agents to buv directed tlie second largest liquor ring in the United States, will he climaxed tomorrow" when 111 rot men are taken before Federal .fudge Albeit .J. Reeves for contempt bearing in conned ion with alleg- ed jury tampering. The three,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

Ky' V; ; s D HIS FRIENDS OH! TO RF T1 * J - OH! TO BE A SUITCASE By Blossei ERY7WA 6 &MOSTLE AAiD bustle at FRECkUES' Aouse «=* before AAAJOV MORE SUNRISES FRECkLES AND A IS OJCLEAARRy VO\LL BE FAR OUT OH 7AE BRl^y DEEP. Bouaod FOR AFRICA •• IS TU£R£ ELSE I CAM 6ET TO 7AUE VJ0I7U ME, ANOAN? UO'W ABOUT SOME MORE AANRIES tVES-VOOCA/O 60 OP fA,MP 6ET TJiOSE IM VAE DEESSER. DC/NdER." AND BE1NS DOWM7WC 816 SUITCASE OUT OF AKy I CAN'T geilEVIE IT VET 7AAT I'M REAtLy 60IM6 TO AFRICA OAi A 816 BOAT — 7AOUSAAJDS OF sT 'mmM ->lv_ LOOk OMCI& MARCV'- I'M SOIA^cS TO TAI^e AN-V 7AIM5S /M 7MS BI6 SUITCASE -MOM SAID I'D BE ALL- PACKED By AM6AT' YOU'RE 60IM6 To BC A PEAL SLOBE TROTTER BV 7WE TIME voo 6ETMC^E- frASAIN & IV ISU I WAS tSflfcvS VJWtKS "7AIS SUITCASE IS - JUST 77\IKi'rA! A/^>C? L / SEE ITM/SIM I.TV-V. rOLORSD STlCk'EIJS ALL. // rvg DUTCH DOWNS XOPECKY WITH FOP 1 OPTIC Unique Trickery of Old Master Too Much For Bohemian Although Dutch Manteil of Am- afHlo won l he first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

A (!) •V- .''■!} ' iiohukk I Seven very pretty line handker- chiefs were prestend as table prizes. Century club will meet | The hostess was congratulated by W. Curtis at Marlancl 'all her gu< sis as having entertained social ibiptist Sunday School ,\i Phillips Camp A Bapiist Sunday seliool will he organized nude the leadership of W. .J. Coodwin, ?.t Phillips camp til !t: ! 5 o'clock Sunday morning, in the Rubin .Mercantile building. Following the Sunday school, jltc-v. John ii. Stephen will preach foin the subject, "The Character nd Purpose of Work of God" Preaching in the evening will he at 7: :J< , subject: "The Things Miss Mercer, went a minor morning. Little old sou Thower, & Light FRIDAY, FJOJilv ^bhhhh Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone .\\.\oi \r • \ i \ The 201 h with Mrs. ( Camp, Tuesday, February 1. at o'clock. Every member is espec tally rstiueBted to he present, as some very Important business will be discussed most enjoyabU the season as one ot functions of Mis. 1'loyd Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

m' 3WB .. ..... THE BORGER DAILY S lily Herald 111 ■ . NOERI8 _ Manager Published st 103 South Main Street, Bor %tt. TeM«, every Evening; Except Saturday, suit n Snnd&y Morntug, by SUNN—WAKBBN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. Kr.t r«u u aecond class matter Novum- tier S3, lB'ifi, lit thP post office at Horger. T«xaa, under the act of March 3, Jtty7. MKMBliU ABKOOIATKD VKKSH Tke Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication nf all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this * paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATKH BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 16 3 1 YEAR 110. MO. MO. Evening and Sun ?7.5(> $4.00 $'2.00 70c KveniuK Only — 5.00 1.50 50c Sunday Only — 2.50 1.35 .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month By Year 20c 70c $8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let ters and pictures sent to The Herald are aent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- pressly repudiate any liability or responsi Lility for their safe custo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

tMMMMS RY 17, 1928. ■ : THE BORGER DAfLY HERALD r PACE FIVE MOM'N' POP By Taylor YEAH, POP'S THROUGH f/ m M SAY, HENRY-WE'RE HAVING A LITTLE GET-TOGETHER OOT AT OUR HOUSE TONIGHT /U HONOR OF THE REAL, BILL GERRICVC- WANT YOU AND LOCX To J Come over,Too a-— GREAT STOFF- YJE'LL BE THERE T FRIEMDS - L CERTAINLV APTOJ^IATE.THIS .? f LITTLE PARTY IM MY HONOR AMD XM OORE W£T VE ALL LEARNED A VALUABLE LESSON ABOUT INVESTING 1M SCHEMES "TO fiMCH — ALTHOUGH X. WftC ^TUMAYE EWOOGK SOMETIME AGO, TO WOV loME REALLV VALUABLE STOCK,MY FR*W« ADVICE K THAT'ALL OF YOU PUW FINANCIAL- '~La AFFAIRS ABSOLUTELY SAFE T 7 J C; 2P 8i ~<T BY THE WAY, MR (5ERRICK- \ f ii\r-r ah Tijr «iCT_-u/uar'C S ( MR.GERRlCK'S RIGHT, FOLKS I'M THROUGH TAKING ANV MORE CHANCES TO (SET RICH OVER NIGHT-FROM NOW ON X'NV GOING TO JUST ON THE QUIET- WHAT'S THE CHANCE OP GETTING SOME OF THAT STOCK / YOU SPOKE T ABOUT 7 HANG ON TO MY MONEY I * & Xgg f" LK-i' t REG. U li. PAT orr. Your"M" SYSTEM System Store | Raises The Stan...

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