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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

..- i MODES OF THE MOMENT A tailored ensemble front. 1'ti ton }s iiiad« of iHljthi, blue \y)th heSVer c o ,1 1 S r ami I'll ITh oh, the coat. The i-ofti is Iriwiued Willi deep ho ill lops, which are hound unci stitched.. IMrops act Ip uiitlpr i he hi arc ot the same color as Lh' coat.. The sanii idea is repeated on tlu dress ui lorn! semi bolero effect Tlti: only concession to irregularity is in the hem of the coat which is two incite!! front than r®- Mrs. Kay Haggard — Phone 'STYLE SHOW HOTIAL r VEM Local News Everyone is anxiotisly it wait in a tlie Spring Fashion Show to he held | ut the Rex Theatre Wednesday and Thurtday evenings of this week Live models are going to display every- thing that Milady will wear if sh< desires to be fashionably dressed or even "well dressed Thursday afternoon from 1 o'clocJ *intil 2:30 a special show will In Mr. Hale kirb\ rillo yetaerduv A ma- luotot I . Carrol was list yesterday. reported shorter in elsewhere (jiliuore ot Borger I'll m lis unc...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

Tsj'Wfa :i'r TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1928. 83 ME Bl6 DAY IN FR&CULSS LIFE is AS ARPNED ©AVIWG GOOD BVE ISA)T AS EASY AS AE 77AOD6M7' )T WOULD BET' _y 6EE*L'LLA,MSS ALL OF VOU UkE Ev&uymiMfi' VN&'LU MISS VOU TOO VWB17E TO US A^OVW. rS£i^ % Jfrpy C. Jk. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE T FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Good-Bye PO/OTVWORRy 'A&oorus= JUST MAVJE A 6000 TIME— IVM1SM I VJAS VOO'- . By Blosser BVE Vi 6°OD 600D BVfc FRECKLES 600D rent of it oriKiiiHttiu In California and most of it 1h eouHumed in ren- tauruntH. Texas State Flower Poisoner of Sheep DALLAS, (AP)—The dual t>er- Honalltj of the lilucbonncl, official flower of Texas, is brought to light by lhe stale department of agricul- ture. .1. M. Del Curio of the agricul- tural departinenl lias discovered that the flowers which cover i with wild profusion. The plants are a legume, enriching the soil with nitrogen. Del Curto's indictment is not en- Mitly condemnatory, though, for he says sheep will not eat the pods unl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

. . • lo Pc«•*' BORGRR T>^ ' :<H'~ Sw - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 31, 1$38. lily Herald t 102 South Main Stieet, Bor- every Evening JiwojJt Saturday, nd*y Maming. by H—WAKREN FUBUSHINO COMPANY, Inc. D. NOERX8- . Manager necond class matter Novcui b«r <i3, ltt'26, at the post office at Border, Texts, under the %ct of March 3, 1897, MKMUKR ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use tor republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the iocal news published herein. fPiPfgg TO THE R-R-RESCUE ,oov£* SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE l 6 :i i TEAK MO. HO. MO. and Sun $7.50 $4.00 $i!.00 7<ic Only 5.00 2.8S 1.50 50c Duly — '-.50 1.35 .70 30c BY CAltRIEU IN CITY Vef Week Per Month By Year 20o 70c *8.00 | Evening Kvening Sunday I All unsolicited article*, manu«cript . let- ters and pictures Kent to The Herald are aent at owner* risk. ami the publishers ex- pressly repudiate any liability or responsi-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

— TUESDAY, FEBtttJAIiY 21, 1928. i — "THE RORGER DAILY HERALD ' OUR GUIDING STARS *"T *■* *■ + > • * * ± + ■ I *-* h * t * & *** * k . 4« ^ + * / / .*• ..'f . il ■ '■' t |£.« ■ *$£$ *•"- .. r. ■* *-.. ... 4 ' ? • **' ": 9*' .fv ' *jk M - & m mm si .* • . « * WMRIWoTON , -A «= ■' :•' <* . . -Uf ' i It is our desire to thank our many customers and friends for the business given us in the past. To use this as a notice of sale of our busi- ness to the new owners. All accounts due Car- hart Motor Co., are payable at Used Car Dept. BORGER BUICK CO. Inc. BUICK Sales Service "Queen of Railways" Seeing Great Britain CARLISLE, Tngland (AH) frown- ed "Queen of tin' Railways" al the recent railway carnival at .Manches- ter, fifteen year old .Mabel Kitson in traveling to every important rail- way center in Great Britain -oil a peace mission, the object of w if, to foster the spirit of co-op; r at present permeating the railways. Officials of tjie railway world have already paid tlx...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

OUR WAY -"THANrt MO, r (<k/U<£>To CoRW Av4 f Kl &S0EQ ePEc-r o -ifeR Grf Dis Back' Fo VEAH6 BORGER f>AILY HERALD ,,, . X Ut-rs Sfct-FOUR / DOLLARS FER SEVEN HEARS AT BANK iNiltREST. NUH V^MOW CuRl^.I SlftRTfcD CHAR Gr 1M' INrfeR&ST ON "TWET UOAKJ FIViE.— I MEAM S>\X WEARS, By Williams ■Si ■ i n 11 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1928. I f 4 1 n # ii'V/ lost the match. In all fairuesB, accord ill* to the verdict whlcli guvo Dixon a defeat, Kopecky should have received a similar decision and taken his de- feat as manfully as Dixon did. AVo are (or clean uports hut if they per- mit Kopecky to use rough tactics- when the opponent is forbidden to use them, such is not good sports- manship and we are for (be man that can beat Kopecky if lie wins by foul means such as breaking Ko- pecliy's ribs, so Iouk as Kopecky is permitted to kick his opponents with bis feet when lie has already won the fall. OPPONENT OF JOE KOPECKY LOOKS TOUGH I "Bulldog" Henry Brings Com- bine of Muscle,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

ESDA Y, FRBRtlAHY 21, 1928. THIS riou( KK j>A11-v IIKUALD PAGE ;vv ** *Wm mm Id la li- It- ll- jhl M kt- v\\ M- a Ihe (lie I ho Irk lot led \ li- ly x- DAmlY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results |.i!i!wi«(ti«(wwieinitiittiii •WMNMRMMiiiiiMnN^^ THE FALL OF A CHAMP - RATE: Two cents pur "ford per Insertion, three Insertion). 'or live cents per word. All want a.Js are cash in advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorised to announce the following enndiates. subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28, 192S. for County Judge— W. It. GOODWIN For County and District Clerk— ona imv.\x For Sheriff ami Tax Collector— JOE OWXUEV J. W. (.lohnuy) JONES 1'JjAI'1>E SMITH Ells For Coil tit y Tax Assessor s. u. lasateh For < 'ounty Superintendent— mis una manahan For (bounty Tmisi-uier— i. M. HEIKJECOKE, Jr. For County Attorney— C. I). WOISKS For District Attorney .1. A. HOLMES C. S. U vUlTMA V For County Commissioner— \VILL OHRICK liL FOW ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

■tv *TH CENTURY CLUB, IN EFFORT TO GET LIBRARY HERE, SUBMITS FOLLOWING ARGUMENT o- & I In the efforis of the Twentieth ntnry club to set public library Hotitw the following arguments « Rutijjitted: Do You Know? f< That llbrarleti offer the least ex- tftiiNive and most geenrally used tyirm of recreation? That one good book in a free rftry can give pleasure and pro- fjl to scores of readers? That you are robbing children uf a part ol' their heritage if you *11 to provide them Willi suitable tgooks? ^That it is as impartun to teach ctiildren what lo read as it is to leach them how to read . How necessary il is that a child's taste for reading should be develop- ed an ddireoted by providing the kind of books that will establish a desire for the best in literature? - Thai a "balanced ration" in read- ing is just as necessary as it is in sjock feeding? That it fis more unwise to oblige children to forage their intellectual food that, it is to force livestock to depend upon forage f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 February 1928

I y vo ■ Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Hone Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. •''v-'" ' , y - 'W*V 6 ' . * - ' ' * -.J, Phone 1 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF MONGER, TKXAS I'. ■' :-i ' I t. . DViBimnn VOL. 2—NO. 78. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS OIL COMPANIES SUED FOR PROPERTY TITLES * * # ffi & * .y. .y. ¥ ¥ ¥■ .y. .v. .y. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * H- H- H- * * * CONTRACT LET FOR SIX AND ONE-HALF MILES PAVING AID GIVEN ON PART OF ROAD TO PANHANDLE Request For 14 Miles To North Carson Line Un- der Advisement START WORK SOON Expev-t Completion of Present Highway Job In Next Four Months been miles The Stuckey Construction pally of Wichita Falls has awarded a contract for <i 1-2 of paving between Borger and Pan- handle in Carson county, railing for the expenditure of $157,2(1(1.78. Con- struction of the new paving will start within the next three weeks and be completed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 February 1928

&jv V' ' , u m •• ? 'fN - V'V '"•.■• ' ■% V- THE BOKGKH ■ ss HER A 1.1 > HPf jms^ msl WEDNESDAY,' FEBRUARY 22, $28. ■' ly Herald FIRST IN THE HEARTS OF HIS COUNTRYMEN mr* #' •t 102 South Maiu Street, Bar- | every Evening lotcept Saturtojr,, U-WA^r.K1'pUBLISHIKO OOMPABY, Inc. I D. MORRIS . Manager j Winter ber -J8, I '• Texas, nttdur-i ,4. ■ntat&r Novem- ih« i>ost office at Itorijer. act oI March 3, iny7. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS ?'h« Aej o«'ifttert IVesx is exclusively en- j illed to thf use for republication of all | ni'WH dispjifclu-s credited to .t or uot j othcrwisu i'rcaited to this paper and kimo the local news published huruin. MAIL IN Tl BUBSCKUJT1UN RATIOS BY / i« advance V.w i ft YE.vJl MO. MO. MO. E-venlng «n«i Sun, . $7.50 #4.00 £2.00 70e Kv«.| lwtf only 'J.s:> l.f>0 .5"r Hundiiv Only U V> .70 ilOo Hi CAK*K1EI\ IS C ITY Week l' *r Mouth By Veur 70c $S.OO All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let | ter.s and pictures sent to The Herald are j sent at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 February 1928

J w^K':: DNESDAY. FEBRUARY Phone m - w . THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE Mrs. Ray Haggard Mr. aiid Mis. Neal I>. Noiris Entertain AVItli Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Neal I). Norrlf! en- tertained last evening with ji br'fige party for some of the participants .of the Style Show before the rehear- sal. that, started at 12:0tl, \ During the evening, delicious sandwiches and coffee were served to the following gnestsr Miss Lela Trimble, Miss Juna Clear, Miss Mil- lie Fayo Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. "Spec" Creighton, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Haggard. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, Mux Aguil, Joe Cherry, Fred Morley, Grady Thompson. Guy Coffee, and the host and hostess. At twelve o'clock I lie party re- paired to the Hex Theatre, when) a Rehearsal followed. Mrs. (Jeorgc Mclntyrc Kiitertnins Willi Beautiful Japanese Luncheon Mrs. George Mclntyre etnertained with seven tables at a Japanese bridge luncheon at her home in Mar land Camp 011 Saturday, Febru- ary 18th. The rooms were decorated with masses of cherry blosso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 February 1928

)S THE BORDER DAILY HERALD HIGH SCHOOL NEWS by Journalism Club I i IRENE IRVINE VIVIAN' WARREN NOVA FULLER STANLEY BARNETT ELIZABETH CiOODWIN WILHELMINA GREENWOOD SYBOL MARIE LYLES ELIZABETH GREENWOOD - STAFF Editor in Chief Assistant Editor Sport Editor Assistant Sport Editor ' J. Society Editor Assistant Society Editor Humor Editor Secretary EDITORIAL ADVERTISING THAT PAYS Borger High Boys Attend Church With Baptists Sunday with teams of the Panhandle most of this series was lost, but the team continued plugging away. Coach Cherry then entered the team in a tournament at Miami, whore they won their first game. Glen Butler, Borger guard, receiv- ed one ot the five individual prices || that were awarded to the five best playert: on all the teams entered in the tournament. The Coach then arranged for a tournament here and invited six teams of the Panhandle. In l hip tournament the team succeeded in doing two things: first, in giving Panhandle the hardest fight they have had this year...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 February 1928

Wfc-P-'' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1928. r i " '—.—— : i- nmji I I — —-«pr - ■ .■* f1 1 .-——-— DAILY HERALD Classified Ads 1UE KORCEK DAILY HERALD Herald For Results Want KATE: Two cents per word per insertion, threti titserVtont "oh five cents per word. All want a.l« are CftHh in advance. v_ Charle* © ScriBriti'1 VOTXT > an CHARACTERS ( l-'OR SAL* FOl? SALK ~\Vick<*i' linljy viirru«* firsi house wcm of Producers company. ut'l«*r "• )>. m. inquire Lumber' 79 3tp. Ft) It KJiXT furnished, aid ofi'ico. Two I'lOKf*. roomcu in. house. <*ORb> FOR SAL'- ("onifri'ss hotol, on ;n-, bad hanlth of proprietor. very uhlo pri p. Inqniii* nt t'oncrr^ pfcon« 71 nicely :. 1 J1 or - mi ortnt of reason > hotel, '"'ftp FOR SAMv Complete nottiteil. Statute.-. I nf reef. t of \'ernon'.s An , ririu. "i Ti 7 Ma in 7 " • 31 c FOR SAI.K -Auto wrerkinjf and parts' yard. This is .> bargain and good in- eeine. Next to Borger Steam l.;iundr>.' ;; 7: -:stp I Hutchinson County Poll Li. < o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 February 1928

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1928 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Sought Eagerly by Majors « . •« (Continued from page 4) Is in the high school library. It is urged that the members will use this ipiitevial during their free study per- iods. A debate is being prepared for the neat meeting on "Open Saloons a,ud Prohibition." Members will please watch the bulletin board in the hall at the school for further announcements. Items of Interest There will be a meeting of the Wooden Shoe Club, after the faculty pjay Friday, at the regular meeting place. * There will be special services at the Presbyterian church, Sunday lilght, February 2<i, for high school students. All students are urged to attend this service. Our principal, Mr. Baker, was very ill Thursday and Friday, but after a restful week-end. he was able to be back In school Monday. It seems that Mr. llaker sot a bad example, for both Miss Guenlher and Miss Elirman were out of school yesterday with a light touch of the flu. Miss Ruby Gibson ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 February 1928

i \ % m Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town ILL UKi'AH I M MNT* mm. ■ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF KOllGEIt, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 79. ASSOCIATED PRKSS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1928. THIRD FASHION SHOW IS ACCLAIMED SUCCESS * * * Y ¥ V X- if. -f- * # * V- * * >[. .•(*. >f. if. if. if. if. if. if. ¥ ¥ ¥ if. if, if. if. y. if. if if if. * * * * * # FALL FROM TRUCK FATAL TO LOCAL MAN EARLY TODAY 9- —9 HEAD STRUCK PAVEMENT TO CAUSE DEATH Let Paris, About 45, Died at Hispital Following Accident DETAILS UNKNOWN Efforts Being Made to Locate Relatives; Believe Bro- ther Here Leo Palis, about 45 voars old. employee of iliLemon Construction , company, diorl at it local hospital early this morning as a result of j injuries received six hours earlier when he fell from a truck His head struck the pavement causing fatal j liroin and spinal injuries. The acci-1 dent occurred at the intersection: near the K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 February 1928

HHiHHHHHBHHI MBMHH '• ntm-:. second class ra&tt«r Noveiu JiU, I ' ■.#>, at tli® ppst office at Borger. uudfr the act of March 3, 1897. : MKMRKIt ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Ifress in exclusively ea titled to the use. {or republication of all Haiti iispfctche* credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper aud also ih'f} local news published herein. BUIlS.ClUi'TlON HATK9 IiY HAIL IN i A&VAJSCE ... I « S 1. Y F.Alt Mf>. MO. MO. 1 Kvening and 9uA;.~$7.$4.00 f2 00 70c i Kvening Only — 5.00 2.85 1.50 50cJ Sunday Only 2.50 l.ita .70 3<Jc Bt CAltHlKR IM CITY ' Far Week. Per Month By Year1 20fc 70c 18.00 All unsolicited articl*#, manuscripts, let - ' tarn and pictures sent to The Herald are aeut at owners risk, and the publishers ex- i pressly repudiate any liability or response ( Mlily for their safe cuHtody or return. The j tpinosf vare will be taken, however, to see i that they, are not lost or misplaced in this, offic*. PHONE ia FOU AI L DEPARTMENTS NOTIGB T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 February 1928

THURSDAY, "FEBRUARY 23, 1928. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD MODES OF, THE MOMENT Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone ^IIKJ IIKJ7 Bridge , Knteilain Husbands Mesdamei; Frank Reams, Kstlier Cherry and Henry Zigler were hos- tesses to the 1 j;7 Hridge Club mem- bers and their husbands last Satur- day evening witha most delightful bridge dinner. The guest assembled at the home of Mrs. Henry Zigler, where a de- licious three course dinner was served, after which they adjourned to the home of Mrs. Frank Reams, where six tables, tastefully arranged for the games, awaited them. The approach of St. Patrick's day was brought to mind by the general color scheme of green and white, mid the St. Patrick suggestions used in the tallies and the appointments of tile dinner. At the end of six games of bridge, beautiful score prlr.es were present- ed to Mrs. Hob Reynolds and Mr. liill Iieskew. Music and dancing weer enjoyed until a late hour, when the parting guests unanimously declared the event the very best in the hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 February 1928

j.i iIf, ! Springs 'J Industry Bui $ 0? ■ ■ ffSgpig h. v ioQ FEET 55 A LEVEL- IN DEATu '/P/,LEY KBMf ■ m ' CLOSE &V THE PA56 IN THE n PANAM1NT RANGE,ON THE WEST SIDE OF the valley p; .> C>K'>' : afc&ga mm* :: ■ BtHMl 5w>mm\ng pool in the >MEART OF^THE DESERT inter Time It Is a De- tful Place — Oases eated By Pumping %yyater From Mountain The Borax No Insects, ul Reptiles In Plenty. m i> hem; uache CHAT hottest and most ter- rible of all known deserts has a delightful -winter climate from November to March. "With everelaslihg" sunshine, tho *lay« are,coo! and pleasant, and the nights in December and January are aqmetimes chilly enough to n-jhlte a blanket desirable. The Furnace ftan oh In Death VaUey occupies wh.it is said to bo the hottest soot on earth, tempera* tftre* as high as 13 1 degrees, in the shade, haying been recorded (here. It, Is 170 feet below sea level, ar,d just about 100 miles from Mount Whitney, the loftiest peak in *he United States, 14,5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 February 1928

THURSDAY, "FEBRUARY 20, -1998. HERALD ROK( dai! OUT OUR WAY Charlef _ © Gcribntml Sonw l: Classified Ads ----ri- > \ Williaim .1 Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ad# For Results RATE: Two cents per -vord per lnebuliptr, three Insertioni 'or five cents per word. All want a.is are c&Hta )u advance. S.VAN DIWE AUTHOR, vf THE BENSON MURDER CASE CUA RA< TKTtS I'rm.o JO M X AllUnwy «/ \< M A i: <: A r« r: T POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS i Wo are authorized to annouuce tlio following candiates, subject to the action ol' the Democratic I'ri- ma.rv, July 2S. 1!)2S. Fof County .liidtfe— W. It. «OOI)\VI.\ For County anil District Clerk— OX A MtYAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JO 10 OWXIIEV J. \v. (.Johnny) .IONKS CI,At DM SMITH I IKS For County Ta\ Assessor S. It. I.ASATFIt I<W County Superintendent — MIS OX A MAX AIIA N For County Treiiseurer— M. HKDOIOCOKi:, Jr. For County Attorney—- C. D. tl'oKKS For District Attorney J. A. HOI,.MKS C. S. WOKT.M.W For County Commissioner— WIM. OR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 February 1928

BOUT HERE v iRSI)AY. FEBRUARY 23, 1928 RB "BULLDOG" HENRY Joe May Find Huge Neck Hard For Vicious Headlock Tonight a quesction of supremacy will he spttled between Joe Kopeck} and Bulldog Henry. Henry claims a victory over every man In his class- In the southwest thai he has en countered. Kopecky contends that this Is his stronghold and the ques- :}'i>n to be settled tonight is whether the invader can easily dispose of the formidable Bohemian who lias rutl most of the boys travelling in these parts back to their home town. Henry one of the big necking boys, because of a 21 1-2 inch meas- urement around his cranium is said to be hard oil the boys who use lieadlocks. Kopecky is princlaplly a lieadjock wrestler, having used this- excruciating hold on practically ev- e?y man lie lias gone upagainst in several months. The headlock has ot alwav bees responsible for the opponent's bark being on the can- vass but as a usual tiling Kopecky uses it to get him in condition for the final hol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best I way in which to Build your i Town. I j&imjcr Jlaiiii Hera I i> I KU DKPARTMJBHTa - * OFFICIAL PUBLICATION' CITY OF BOKGKH, TKAAS V VOL. 2—NO. 80 ASSOCIATED l'RESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS BOWSER'S CELEBRATION TO BE GALA AFFAIR * * * ^ ^ ^ ^ y. X * * * * * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * * * # * Y ^ V ¥ * * * * * * ^ ^ V G. W. FINCH SERIOUSLY INJURED IN FIGHT LAST NIGHT O- < FRACTURE OF SKULL MAY BE FATAL TO MAN Four Arrested on Affray Charges Pending Death or Recovery USED 2-INCH PIPE, FESTIVAL QUEEN Deep Lascerations About Head and Face Require Fifteen Stitches mo from > call', i ii it \V. Finch, about formerly employed Carbon company a fractured skull, Hi years ol by the Kn.i- i.s suffering several fleet) lacerations and probable frac- of t]ir- right ankle at tlie Clut- tei'Draper hospital today the result of an alleged light i.i which brought -- I e yesterday ' ie ...

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