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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

A 1 i -f ,D V 5 < I •( ductíon in This Field. Oil Pro- Tmni Tell of fSHBfr Traveling on a special train of 12 car*, officials of the Phillips Petro- leum company paid a visit to Bor- Kr and the surrounding oil fields, spending most of the day at Phillip camp. The party included directors and •tpfekholdérs of Texas oil fields who were on a trip of inspection prior to the holding of the annual meet ing of the Phillips Petroleum com- pany at Bartlesvllle, Okla. DAY OK INSPECTION Leaving New York, April 12, the oil field party received other mem bers at Buffalo, Detroit and Chi cúo. After a visit to Kansas City, ttte party left for the Panhandle oil flelda for a day of inspection. Sunday the party will inspect the Fluhmann pool in Vernon area of central-northern Texas, while on Monday .they go to the Seminole fleli ni Oklahoma. FAMOUS BROTHERS Frank and L. E. Phillips, the (am- id brothers, president and vice presi- pany, respectively, head the party dent of the Phillips Petroleum co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

wrestlers in tho búsinosa. cdtae to Borgef aa Bcall's ".Masked Marvel, ' to run the Dutchman cut of the t< wn. When hevíulled, the-.? $§§?' normal'... Kiant was re-booked to meet Bctke, wlille Beall left town. In another column on the sport pape, Botlic telhi the wide, wida workl liow he threw tlifs masked marvel in tá'é scednd and third and .how lie will be able to Jtsisaa&sñ arillo, said that wheat wrs 111 goo shape throughout tlie Panhandle ex- cept in the lialhart district and that Kdotf rains hi tén dd^s would assure Mil i\ who was 8fdaV. will tried for activities. .... P fled, from f liis brother^ and 'rt-.nf. . Carson Refuses Deál Highway hand the ííiant another de- feat Monday evening. Bets, however, are at u PANHANDLE, Ajfii'il 16.—Carson county's commissioner** Friday tui'h- . ... , ed thumbs down on the petition of ' j property owu«r* far a road across tlio northwest corner of that comity. ■lia I V": flllin Tupid pn the today as of to the out-! through the Deal com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

mm V-w f < > i'.4t i \ HAH HAPIMK.VKJ) WoIIn, lica<! oí •& iflovi? do* fit tin- nuimurnth Curll* 'ifliuax. WuiijV* Sliclton, even otile*!* girls, almost every e|)ttoiinH>- prettj, win prize* onrt ihtrfguihK route ! Htage by I1. V* < 'livtfs, tIII* IltillioUJlil'C MtOI'C oWiier, ' Hilly hi thees <-o i- Irnts oV« r tlv prótesis of Clq'y Cm-- lis, son of the millionaire, ("ltiy asis- tí miH for ypur dreams,' he (ok; her ftercely. "Hut I novev had even n fifty-dol- lar drena before, Clay,">ho told Iilm softly "And writing the essay made me realize (hot I don't want gfeSt wealth—I'm grateful to bim {or Uuu. .lust as I paid, a.11 r want Is money enough for n really Une vlolia and for the best Instruction. For my- self, I tneant of edurse mother oeedR 'omfor!, security—" She painted aiid grinned at he-self, "Let's tut. p«'ct* his father of n hidden motive well. 1 can always nlav l««v It,...).. 4 • J. A < ... , * In prM to ettrli blamed each other for their pi if...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

WRTV UMg- m THE fots Re orweR ftm ¿sil" H i; AV. - ■ HURRY HOME, Pop -1- CAN'T T6U.V0Ü OVER THE PHONe BUT i. HAve soMe veRv important NEWS: FOR YOU' KES.LUCY, 1 JUST CLOSED THAT POP CORN DEAC VKTH VANStEEK— i COOLDNY WAIT TlU- X GOT HOME To~reco YOU ABOUT IT/^ "OH-P/Ne. VfHAT S AU, THE EXftlTEMCNT ABOUT, MOM? JH HENRYNOW VOU can devote: VOUR TIME To something VÍORTH VJHIUe INSTeflO OF TRILLINS IT AWAY AT THE MAGIC. MUD CO " H .'í'W-í YtCfc PAT.OFF. //(,\Í¿ OI 927 LONGHQRN8 WIN MEET §Wf| mmm Far Further Sports See Section TWO, Pages Three and Four FOR TUNNEY Cal Farley Says Champ Did Not Have Big Backing In Publicity ?«* m Editor's Jiote: This is tin- third of a series of art Kit- on Gene Tunney, -world champion •fteaVywciRht boxer, written by tllft friend and former overseas team mate, Cal Farley, who was with the chain]) during; Ills light With Drmpsey. Farley retui-ned this week from Colorado Springs, Col., where Tnnncy is now vie rationing, and will write an ac- ronnt of the trip...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

TEXAS WKATHER West Tex «: Tonight fair, warmer except In southwest: Saturday fair. I i \ I i VOL. 1.—NO. 124. governors to join hands Distinguished Guests Will be i At Texarkana Meeting Next Tuesday. TEXARKANA, April 16.—(AP) Governor Dan Moody pf Texas and .¿Governor John E. Martineau of Ark- ansas will greet each other at the state line here Tuesday, April 19, when the people of Texarkana will celebrate the completion of the $1,- 270,000 concrete highway program of Precinct No. 1 of Bowie County, Texas, and the first annual gov- ernor's day under the joint auspices of the Chamber of Commerce and American Legion. Governor Harry S. Johnson, of Oklahoma has notified the general rnnimlttee that it is his intention to atttmd the celebration and he Ras ?leeu invited by Governor Martineau o go to Little Hock and come to 'exarkana with the Arkansas offi- cial party. Howard P. Savage, National Com- mander of the American Legion, has Accepted an invitation to be present, planning to spend A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

'■ -i. v., . jf God üiVoné bo .. of Christ dwell in you richlyvin all wis- and admonishing one another in psalms and al songs, singing with grace in your hearts to u • 16. And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the ' the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father ■M "Each moment draw from e$rth away My- heart, that lotvly waits Thy call; Speak to my inmost soul, and say, 'I am thy Love, thy God, 'thy All To feel Thy power, to hear Thv voice; x To taste Thy love, be all ray choice." Remember the Sabbath Day, to Keep It Holy—Exodus ¡0:8. Go- to church Sunday. da- mm' y K~ " : ft' y- Wm i*- v m>: * iil'V)} v , 3. mm mm, * 'Mí&ml wp&f v!¿. í'\-; IIWX international Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn i International Sunday School Lesson for April 17, 1G27. General Topic:— Peter's Great Confession. Scripture Lesson:— Matthew 16:13-24. 13. Now when Jesus came into the parts of Caesarea Phillippi. he asked his disciples, saying, Who do men say that the So...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

'•y.-i;.. '- k-Smíti '..-••V -u '--'v./:.- *«■>£ • ' -V / '1'", •'! . • -fWM T rBi rtlii onwnaiBTraTiii < r i 0 Borger Rig-Builder Says He Just Out-smarted Beall's Unknown Champion Hy VIC WAG.VKK "With Eddie Beall making tracks across the prairie in search of Tresher fields, his shadow, the mysterious visitor brought here from Chicago, is hanging around for another crack at the Dutchman, and the event is scheduled for tomorrow night al the Jlm-.Io Club. Since last Monday's circus when "Dutch" Belke tof/sed Joe Pardello across the ring and then dove head first Into the giant Chicagonn's stomach to give him the stretcher, both matmen have been taking a lot of exercise. The mush-faced Borger rig build- er, whose attractive countenance frightens most of his opponents into their corners, added another wrinkle to his cauliflower left ear yesterday during a heated tangle 1 with a wrestling partner. The rains a couple of days ago made the roads muddy, add consequently very hard sleddi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

wmmfmm. , — J T* iico Into the United States Mai; Matter. / ! exclusively entitled to the use for i-epublicatfon itches credited to it or not otherwise credited in r and also'the local news published herein. 3IUPTION HATES BY MAIL IN A DVANCK 1 year C mo. ,'i mo. and Sunday —2—L ;?7.50 $4.00 $2.00 only ^ 4& 5.00 2.85 1.50 Only .1— 2.50 1.35 .70 BY CARRIER IN CITY Week Per Month By Year 20c - 70c $8.00 mo. 70c 50c 30c jfjjjjÍÍSSi¿ J* ' f " { All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re-! cities. ¡wwpp irger shoulci stop thinking of itself as a wild and wooly youngster distinguished only by oil derricks, murders, hi- jackings, rangers, and general cussedhess, and regard itself as it really is—a city with an assured future as the center of a region which is fabulously rich in oil, a fortune as yet only tapped, and good for many years to come. Borger' boomed; but Borger is nnt a boom town ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

mm 'ant Ads For Results Bg^n && . I \%ki>L; \: i Ratea: Two cents per word per Inaertion; three lntierUon for five cents per word. AH want ada are caab in advance. Ilillf FOR SALÉ 11 o.x lido f>ig lay her J mo ■comí Hen 5L Colo. V It block i !> ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS In South Borger Lots 50 by 140 feet Prices, 1100 to Í350—Term ISOM TOWNSITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Ugrs. Phone 120 O X FOR «ALE Cm TRADR—Neat tworcroni house Would consider cur. Inquire Jim Jo Club. 124-Ctj NEW ICB BOXES FOK SAl.K-r-O, A N. Machina Shop, 7th, between Muih and Deal. KOf? KENT— A two room apartment. com pletely furnished. See f!. O. Pugh, f'hlro- uructor, Pnllo'dk Hldtf. l'J4-Htp KOU SALE—Fourth street cafe. ucross street from Wen rem Union. Doing good bu - \ sinew .bargain if taken at once. J'¿<í-lt¡ ' FOK JIEXT—Two 2-room hoiy.e«, 1 fur- nished. that will nioro than pay expenses, located east of Fields iuuenu home. 124*1 tp rOK KALE— SCREENS—For any w Get m^' prices tirst. A good scre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 April 1927

■ 600 400 «00 400 600. 400 SOQ 250 250 000 . V L Pct. ? 0 1000 ,0g0 |6. 666 <¡66 500 500 883 333 000 750 500 666 333 666 333 500 250 500 250 500 000 RAL LEAQUB If they , \V L Pct. Win Lom .ri- 3 1 750 800 600 1 750 800 600 1 750 800 600 a 600 667 500 500 600 400 1 3 250 400 200 j,. ' 1 3 250 400 2U0 '"""I 1 4 300 400 200 tICAN LEAOUB Ií they TV 1i Pct. Win Lose 1000 1000 800 1000 1000 500 0<1O 600 0 0 1 o 3 3 4 0 750 500 400 250 000 —, . 000 1000 000 600 400 500 333 400 200 200 000 a 7 to 8 win, in their first Although the «d safely 16 times, i*8 delivery, hits tehee. Score: YORK ovefc meeting of the Braves connect- from McQuil- were scarce in Jar. ss re They Play Today AB R H PO A E -4 1 2 2 0 0 -2 0 1 0 2 0 _4 1 1 3 0 0 _3 2 2 5 2 0 _4 0 1 8 2 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 _3 1 0 3 1 0 -2 2 0 5 0 0 r< 0 0 0 2 0 _30 7 7 27 10 0 AB R H PO A E _5 0 1 1 3 0 ^4 1 2 4 0 0 _5 1 2 2 0 0 _4 2 2 1 0 0 ,_3 1 1 1 0 0 _4 0 1 6 2 0 _4 1 1 3 1 0 _1 0 1 0 0 0 _0 0 0 0 0 ._4 0 3 7 T ^ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 _1 0 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 April 1927

Imm «aaetv-f RIL 18, 1927 É w * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** y * * * SÉfi sPtNCEn aurrs * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * ASA RAMSEY OFFERED POLICE BENCH * * * ****** * * * * * * ***** ****** * * * * * * * * * 10.000 ARE HOMELESS BY FLOOD Í Í I MISSISSIPPI STILL BRING; TROOPS CALLED Strengthen Levees All Along Great River to Guard ' Lowlands. TRAIN WRECKED New Way To Play Checkers Five or More Injured at Po- teau, Okla., When Washout Causes Crash. MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 18.— (AP)—Levees of the Mississippi to- day were being increased in height along t,he lower basin as a record tide--9i~-wati>rsrr pwving southward pressed with immeasurable weight against the earthern wails. Refugees numbered perhaps 10,- 000 persons, driven from their home~, by baokwaters or overflow from many tributaries of the great stream were under the care of na- tional. state and community agen- cies of relief, Other thousands were moving their properties from val- ley lands...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 April 1927

tiJIc >'«< att -i Vo it or nut other v i«e paper and *Uu th« !oe l herein. ION RATES BY ADVANCE MAIL IN won*, - -ON* YEAB- 1 6 y«M, WO. -■** Sn d y....n.íí. $4.00 5.00 2.86 '£i_ 2.Ü0 1.85 CARRIER IN CITY fer Month. W . 70e 1 mo. mo. 2.00 70e i.so 60c; ger .70 wc! boomed articles, manuscript , let. de\ Í1, sent to The 11 this _ . ,Uernld nre iiers risk, and the publishers ■repudiate* any liability or respon- for their safe custody or return. | C re will be taken, however. Of ara not lost or misplaced attiM. ■ibility ^^tU1 ffli 1R PHONE IS for all DEPARTMENTS notice to the PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character •t&Adiw? or reputation of Jany individual, finft, concern or corporation that may up pear in the columns of the Herald, will be gladly corrected -when called ti the atten- tion of the éditor. it is not the intention of thi* newspaper to wionjrly use or injure concern or corporation That it was due largely to tjoned above; t' ity of- the citi law-abiding an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 April 1927

i ti Si fa H ■"'i I • : ' : «¡¡ iraid Want Ads For ¡Results fW /■ * $$ ¿ti r insertion; three insertion lor five cents per word. All want ads are < • V i ai ess? áf&m. m FOR SALE FUR HALE—Cfcoper Produce, payforg hue*- ne*sf Sickness reason f r selling. Bar- gain it sold ai once. Apply 4 rodue^ Hou*e, l pos ¡te Water tower. Box :;43l. Borger. Ti-xnh. 115-3tp -m.TT r-y-JH..;,,, ~ «,— HI «Winapei ®, food tor wrapping purposes. Call at Borger Daily Herald- office. 76-it FOR SALE CHEAP—tild U X 1 i FOR SALE—Extra good Whit o Leghorn Pullets in id Huns. Half miles west of Phillips school house. l'OR SALK-^-Two-rooui house ehenp. Will put it on your lot free. Mr Dow ell Team C'áiUii two block west of Methodist church. 18-tp JfOR HALE-—Two-room furnished house. S8U25.0U «ash. V*. L. ' Smith, arross street from Ju;jl Kite Cleaners. lStt-Htjpi FOR SALE"——Pour r^inn of new fifrni- lure. Hath room has built-in linen close* ¡Hid itfoilieliH1 vffMnet. ('ash will buy a real lm renin. so st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 April 1927

4 ; V i ;'í:- ■ "1 ,v, - • •' .w4 J, .... Ml wrestling not throw otly" as charged did the disap- k following his "Dutch" Betke is ■ his knowledge oí Jtm-Jp club tonight, you that I djd üot accident, I'm going I again Monday night in match," the Dutchman i morning, the early morn- npt having dampened any serious degree, is all set for to the two madmen for revenge, and bat his wrestling is not. accidental. To the Jim-J o club be- a program of snap- rles, winding up with _t wrestling event. Lewis, who refereed the week, entered a word to- ) explanation of the Dutch tory- saying that the re- tonight will be a toss-up winner. «—•dello is a powerful wrestler ' one of the best developed men I ever seen in the ring" he said " e, however, is built of steel, al- ii not so visibly developed, and l smart wrestler. The Dutch- in had considerable trouble in get- ; the giant's shoulders to the mat > Pardello would by some move- draw in one shoulder as a tur i draws in his head. . "I won't say ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 April 1927

'é m M m Pot Texas: Tonight, fair, cold- er in north with front; Wednesday fair, coMer. ■wmm OFFICIAL PUHUCATIOM, CITY OF BOROmt, TKXAB v. • v> kZmmrm . : 1 */ VOL. 1.—NO. 126. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1927. PRICfi 6e RANGER HEWS LEAVING # * * * * * * * * * * * * ****** ****** y 41 y * y * * * * * * STATE TO AID IN BORGER HEALTH DRIVE * * # $ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ if* ^ ^ ^ ****** ****** * * * * ***** * * MISSISSIPPI RIVER MAKING HER ADVANCES Tornadoes Sweep Many Parts of Texas; Oklahoma Floods Rise. MORE ARE DEAD Youth Killed in Choctaw County, Oklahoma, by Mid- night Cyclone. TEMPLE, Texas, April II — Mni. Nannie MetYuteheon, HO, wiw fatally injured ami three other persons slightly hurt last iiigli> wear Granger in a tornado that destroyed the Floyd ('on house. Utilises anil barns were damaged in-the wind storm that swept llell. Milam, anil Williamson counties. HUGO, Okla , April 1 —(Al ) — Frank Williams, 18. was killed by tornado which struck the so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 April 1927

■ ,:•* >' fe 'VvivmAKf®. « • -.r;r *óy HHRHI '• " "-V - C f : r r t; 1* S í i i Íí * i !! t ; I Si I* fi ♦ í1 I1 *« *: i ' t • *' • : *< i' *• *• «i > , #•; « ♦ : * ¿ J: i-i t m' Unanle to Enter Ring: Third Fall With His Giant Opponent. Powerful "Dutch1' Betke took his first heating since coming to Border, at t|ie .bands of Joe Pnrdullo lust uighi, forfeiting the match when he was unable to enter the ring for the third fall. , ¡ Going into the match against the adviee of the -physician who warned Kim about au abdominal strain sus- tained during training several days hiBfore, Betke was severely injured when Pardello tqok the second fall of clié «evening in 11 minutes with a body split. The Dutchman, however, threw the big fellow foy the first fall after wrestling for SB" minutes, winning that tumble by twisting the giant's left leg v'hich was wrenched in the mktch a weék ago. forfeiting the second fall of the ' evening StfTi'en "tie knew Pardello liad wrenched hia* «Me and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 April 1927

« V « i < . A j a. A, $s :*l. -•. ta t explain tu* business ' ©I pitching is difficult task. Qm of th« veteran twirlers who ! looked Tíry . impressive in the iebitth w«s Sam Jones ot the St ! Louie Browns. Last aeason with the pennant wltmlng New York Yankees, JoneB i won only nine games and lost : eight. No doubt Miller Huggina Scared Sam had seen his best ¡idaye when he consented to a : trade. Manager Dan Howley of the Drown* was willing to gamble with the veteran and it appears tie ie going to cash in-on the trans- action. Howley figured Jones is uot a good relief pitcher. He djd much of that work as a Yankee. "Take your own time about get- ting Into condition. Tell me when i you are regdy, During the season *om will pitch only in your regu- lar turn." Thai Is what I heard Howley till Jones in the early days of the aprltg training at> Tarpon Springs, «♦. • •' • Explain This? • XIOWLEY'S system relative to ■ * Jones is apparently the correct one for he has already turned in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 April 1927

I mm mr. J*.-. í ®8 -' wfiw «immI whww't* fc *-■' * 4 -J* j-'w3m i>>. ,•> ahnt# «KS •r ■ tl OeJy- ,BT MAIL IN i i 1 mo. mo. mo. 7.60 $4.04 2.00 70c .'«.00 2.06 1.60 60c 2.60 1.16 .70 80c BV RIEB IN CITY •r- -Month 70c B Yfear «8.00 ;.;x: All niaolteltod articles, manuscript*. 1st- ■n and pictures lent to • The UeralJ aire at the owners risk; and the publishers " tee any liability or reapon- r safe, custody or return. Boat caw wi|l be taken, however, to bat they are not loat or misplaced in J )NI 18 FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS ' NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, arm. concern or corporation that may ftp pear in the columns of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when callcd to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention of thia newspaper to wrongly use or injure any individual* firm, concern or corporation and corrections will be mode when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly published referenc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 April 1927

t . ÍrmhÍmÍltefta > '* .•'* i-jt-vt¿fa ^ <-i v J-* r-Áf - ji&k* * '' ^ ■*'■* * m *-¿ K®?" i¿'< ■ i.t ujup "" ira Sweeps Over Houston Oil Plant Ratoa:. Two cents per word pop inaortlon; throe Insertion for ..fivti cunta per word. All want ads are cash In advance. - *■* FOR SALE ■ dinner by i>ltlcf>ra and men oí b¡« rtKinreht. >1 i ( f I'Olt BALE—Cooper Produce, paying Iiuní- ness. Sickness i'uuKoii for soiling. Liar- guia if sold nt once. Apply Produce House. • l pósito water tower. iiux ;m;i. Burger. Texas. 3 2:Vatp FOR SALE CHEAP—til«l Newspapers, good (or wrapping purposes. Call at Border Daily Herald office* 75 tí FOH SALE—Kxtra good White Lcj^borrt Pullets and Hens. Half miles west\of Phillips school house. roil SALE—Two-Yooui liouso cheap. / Will put it on your lot freo. MclAnvellfU'eum ('t.iMp, two blocks west of ^lurcf) 1,'OH NALIv Four rooms of \&\ Jhrni- ti:re. Both room has Imüt-in limn Velóse' and medicine cabinet. Cash will \w\w a real burg in, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 April 1927

8 WUTÍ.S .'U: j - - April 19. £ outskirts o'clock last nig] room bouse belong- Smyer and smashed it It also tore down rlres and ripped limbs lifted and spiraled ,erly direction with- er damage in this lo one was in the house at twister hit; i__ raí Injured ITY, Texas, April 19. —Heavy storms in this sec- I in the Walnut and Blowout 15 miles north of here ilderable damage last night d several persons. Houses on the farms of Arthur f.'Hrs. Othello Davis, and Mrs. and the Methodist church Strayed. At Fredericksburg RICKSBURG. TiBxas, April —Sweeping through vlr- entlre length of Gillespie tornado late Monday killed blew down houses aud did age. So far ¿s known, no injured. hous of Adolf Reek was 'from its foundation, his barn and 15 head of stock were on hi* iJlace- The storm did ueh Fredericksburg. " fcORSlCANA, Texas, April 19.— UP)—* freak gust of wind broke plate glass window in a five and eent chain store here last night pn<| . scattered the contents of tbe *ripdow over the cit...

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