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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

frHE BORGER DAILY HERALD /'■' * ■ " ' " :■ •• ; v ^ "f" FRIDAY, FI'TnUUAHY 24, 'lJ>2fl. s w THEY DEMAND DRY PLANKS S! Pdafes Gagman VitfilW' w ^cTohnLcLpp Cajme Cha-pinaTL Catb 1 mi His cfohn D. Sherman MaryE.wbolley KevJame? Vane r (duller* ami that no expeiimenta ahould be wade with twhemea 1'or the i\HiidiiUll7.nt|ou of the mfttnr trade. . ' ~U- ■' • - ■ ' ■ ; Fate of Old Dance Debated in London LONDON, 10UK, (AIM A new ball- room version of "Heeliit Jeeb'ies," the Americau dunce Invented by Mr. , Kioyd (Hi I'om. v'tfo Ik «nlted "Anieri- I i-r ': fastest itaucf prodMcor," bun j been introduced into thin country by Miss Josephine Bi'adley and Mr. 1). ! Welleskw-Stnith, prominent KukIIhIi dance lonelier The ditm-e. Which is not an eaay oni. Is likely to ptit the 1$ ft Hah drtu*- H Ti!K public uii Its metal for sotrte time, i] WlH'ii a new dance i<< laUScWed, ecr-jl t u IJ • banlc steyia are Utu(rflf, and Itn J development in then, us a rule, left to the danceVH. "\Vltlifu ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

* FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1928. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ■■ MODES OF THE MOMENT PAGE THREE 11 1 Q ni Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone 13 I Miss liCln To (J(W(jc Trimble Hostess Washington l'nrly t & ,-ocat i Miss darn Hoi ('liit u rpehureh, formerly oi l l>il;:l. is now employ■ -Draper hospital. Yesterday afternoon at the home Of Mrs. Neal I). Morris, Miss l.el.i Trimble entertained a few of her friends with u very atWaeuve <1 corse Washington bridge party. The house va!(,u,.\ waa decorated in red, white an'J , ,| al (|1( blue streamers and all sorts of pal'i- olic decorations. Clarence Cosln, circulation man- About 5 o'clock, scores were add- of tlle Herald, accom ed, Mrs. Neal Norris being hish and 1: i,1)avi(1 Warren and Paul Mrs. Don Dille.v, low. Refreshments of jello with whipp- ed cream, angel food cajte and c<• t- foe were rerved to tin following. Typical of between reason nisembles I'n ■ l'i.s is designing is a black and white La- den LeLong model. The coal of silli rep is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

THE BURGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1028. Daily Herald' Published « 102 SoMli Mulii Street. Bor- der. Texas, every Evening Eicflpt Saturday, and on Sunday Morning, by NUNN—WARREN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. CURiFEW SHALL1 NOT RING TONIGHT XTBAX D. NORR1S — Manager JSntereu m- second cla <s tnntler Novem- ber 23, 192G, at the p«#t office *t lior«er. IVx**, under the act of March 1 rtl)7. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Asaooiated Press is exclusively en- titled t«' thu use for republication of all ihmvs dispatches credited to it or not utheririso credited to this paper and also the local news published heroin. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 16 3 1 YEAR MO. MO. MO. Kooning and Sun.-.$7.50 $4.00 $2.00 70c Evening Only 5.00 2.8". l.fiO 50c ttuuday Only 2.50 .70 JiOc BY CARRIER JN CITY Per Week 20c Per Month 70c By Year $8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let- ters and pictures sent to The Herald are •ent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- pressly repudiate any l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

n. J- x ^ ^ . fit! il' swj "' & •« *• FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1928. COMPETITION KMT UTTLE TO CHAMPION Opponents A^ree Iowa Far- mer Was Best Wrestler of His Time vN<I.S i.1 iin* finil oi* a snipes of artlolcs in Hie llcnilil col ii in us tu ;<■(• ivcchl) writ re iiby < ;il l-'arlcy, sports- liiilli, on the :iii juhI history of wrestling. Mr. l-'ni'l -y, a i-rtircil wrrst lei-, is I'.'iiiiiliiii- with tin* history of imii'ticnlly every fam- ous wrestler ami lias in several instances won falls over men whose uainfH have been heard throughout tin' country. Gotcli'x caieer aa a Champion suomeri to rotne alon^ when the country hud a lot of near ehampions kucIi men a:< Men ry (Jtlernm 11, Yomif; Auicficits, Charley Cutler. Ynxsiff Mummotit h, Slnninla us Zvhisi-o and Walla Will la, the three hundred an<! Bovcn-|)ou!id Turk who cauu' to America and cleaned everylxxly e\ eept Farmer liurn.i. v. ho held him to u three-hour draw. The bl.n Turk had a r:i-at lilfiiij: for gold. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

C\ m V • fiSiK % THE BORGER DAILY HERALD mm*- " '~mKKk * * : FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1928. Ell i. s. ACREAGE One Acre of Park Ground For 100 People Advocated Standard FT. WORTH, Tex. Feb. 2 4. (AIM —Texap stands third in space de- voted to uitj and county parks among the ten most populous states Of the nation, according to a nation- wt«% study of parks reecutly com- pleted by the Playground and Rec- reation Association of America. With a tWal of 1&,1>31.S3 acres in such parks, .the state is surpassed only by California with 20,858,82 acres and New York with 19,416,12 ac- re)?. Seventy '.one Texas pities ami towns reported public parks. 01' these, forty-four have less than IO.OOiO population, ihe smallest be- ing A^plue, population 931, which reports Juur acres of park land. Amo^g the ten most populous cities of the state, Fort Worth leaas in aitio ol park acreage to population, having one ;icrc of park space far every 30 people. Dallas itt second with an acre for every 41, and i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

Fit if) AY, FKriFCtTARY 24. " ■ I i 2K. T11R ■ ■ii IU)ft(;KK —. ■ . II — DAILY ■ • i — ffttflAtjI) m ■... Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald ■' Want Ads Fot- Results _ Charier © SciibnerW Son.? OUT OUR WAY zY S. S.VAN DINE author,^ THE BENSON MURDER.CASE CH A It'll TKftK RATE: Two cauls por -word per limertion, three ihttoitloln 'or Ave cents per word. Alt want a.Is are cish tn advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS -sW-rST ■■ '■ ■: We ore authorized to announce, the following candlaies, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri tnary, July 2S. 1!I2S. Vot County Judge— ■<■■■>. \V. R. (iUDIUVl.V For County and District Cleric— ONA Hit VAN For Sheriff and Tax Collectoi— ,JOK OW'XBEV J. IV. (.lohimy) .IONKS CI..UDK SMITHKKS For County Tax Assessor S. I!. I.ASATHIt For County Superintendent — MIS OS A MAXAHA.V For County Treiisi-urer— ,r. M. III:IW;KCOKI:, .H. if or County Attorney— C. It. WORKS For District Attorney .1. A. MOI.MKS 4 C. S. WORTMA \ For County Commissioner— AVI Mi ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 February 1928

IKfcft ■ >> wmm "P-'Af: !'?k: THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1928. iOPECKY WMS HAM) BATtLE AGAINST HENRY Freak Strength in Bulldog's Arms and Shoulders Problem For Joe J no Kopecky canto out on lop Mculu lalM night ut tin? Coliseum wreatlinK match a ft or one of the hardest lights of liia career. IIuIIiIok lliitiry proved an Iron man with tne<iKh reserve tricks and energy to keep Joe going his best throughout what proved for him a trying ordeal. Kopecky won the first fall in 1H minutes with a flying toe hold, pinn- ing the hugs shoulders of the form- er pride of Flnnland flat to the mat. Henry came back in the second fall picking Kopecky up threw him with terrific strength Over hit head to pin hi uiwith a wrist lock in four minutes. In the final fall .loo fought ter-i l'lflcly. His ever effective head lock | wats useless against a man with u neck which came out even or per- haps extended farther than his ears. J The superstrength of the shoulders and arms of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

4 * TRAIN HOLDUP NEAR CHICAGO NETS $133,000 * * * * # * * -v. * # * * y. y. y *.vix # * # x. x. x. x. x. u. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * .y. ^ .v. ^ ^ ^ * * * * * # ^ ^ f y ^ 41 ¥ * * * * * COUNTY ROAD PROGRAM ADVOCATED AT STINNETT Q. MASS MEETING FAVORS 15-CENT HIGHWAY TAX Plans For Four Additional Outlets Considered by Citizens Friday VOTE NECESSARY If Commissioners Advocate Proposal, Election Would Be Called itv \v.Yi/ri:K it. \u:.\ (Special to l he Herald) 8TINNKTT, Feb. 25. At a mass meeting of citizens of Stinnett Fri- duy night it was voted unanimously j to Inaugurate a county wide road j building campaign. It was voted <o j urge the county commissioner.: court, j to vote a special 15 cent tax for ; :i| intensive road improvement pro-1 ; r m calling for the expenditure of I between $400,(mil and a half mill ion dollars. Plans considered for the demand ' I'd roads, call for a highway froth | Stinnett to Four Corners, a road j from Stinnett west to Skelly 011 the Moore coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

KGftR DAILY f IKK AM > THE AND HIS FRIENDS LOTS OF INTERFERENCE By Blosser 7O LOOli AT IT you woouwr ewerrniMvc j 77AIS W.ASA BOAT= gf " ITS aaore": ukEA /);. VMEULyFRBCkLBS, juovw t>o you ukE| REINS OA^ TUG erc-EAM ? OA, I TUJNk. ITS JUST FIMS.UMCte AARCy TO v^ClTE nr. AA^D Te ALL ABo<; ■rrl re aoms —MV* / s iU.Vl-RM ; / • \ r // ' i! VA * v Wrr 'v^VJi IzE '^9vsa ' * •' -'-"•'■/■Lit ~T I'LL \JoR)T£ 7Z> ALEk AAJD TELL A/M ABOOT VMMATA A1ICE BOAT My OAJCLE AARRVS JAM/C AAE O/si, AMD ABOOT 7WE Fty/ASS FISjU. X SAVW AMD ALU TAG Alice 7AIMSS X AA^E TO EAT=A&LL SAOUJ 7AIS LETTER TO 7AS OTUHR I CAN'T DO IT AFT£G> AV-L^= 17 ISN'T CI<5AT FOR ME To TELL. 7AEM OF ALL 7AE NICE 7WIN<5S UNCLE AACRVS DO IK 6 F OR AM= lwM&M 7AEV CAN'T BE AE-Rc T9 WJOY TAGM. VJ0I7WMH.' Ii FELLAS .' 1 iur ■arr^H ^.LHVlcr INI* 1 ill till' «)ltv!iel. In I'use si>nieiiin> iuIkIM ' WiKiM tftsjC.Ioe wasn't about tit" 1 Iibi rttttff. no liot chucks were allow-; ■,'tl. Thorn.' f armors we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1928. a Phone THE BORGER DAILY HERALD •-..v.. M'":' W' \ v Mrs. Ray Haggard ■ " " ' — BIBLE AND CHILD DISCUSSED AT TWENTIETH CENTURY MEETING ■) and instruc- amons them Crahtree on who is not Amnnn the niuny enjoyable • so- cial events of the week v. ati the meet- ing Tuesday at the home of Mrs. (5. W. Curtis, Marland Camp, of the Twenty Century Club. A delightful program was pre- sented under the direction of Mrs. Wiley E. Crabtree. The program bcpdn with a pray- er by Mrs. Orion Carter, and an out- standing feature was . er splendid address on presenting the Bible children. Various interesting tire talks were given; were: Mrs. Wiley K. "What everyone loses familiar with Bible stories." Mrs. Gordon McBride, "The Bible and the Child." Mrs. Joe A. Hives, "Bfble Stories for Children." .Mrs. Sherfl- ler, "Don't" and "What to do." Mrs. R. I!. Cowan, "Leading the Child." Mrs. C. W. Curtis, Manners and Morals." Mrs. Earl Scott described in de- tail the very beautiful p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

I vv;. { ■■• • [er Daily Herald at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Tcsa*. turday and on Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARRKN PUBLISHING CO., Inc. WORRI 8 Entered as second-class matter November 23, 19 20, at the post office Borger, Texas, unaer the act of Marsh 3, 1897. at v The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republicatlnu at ail news dispatches credited top it or not otherwise credited in thti paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE I year 6 mo. 3 mo. Evening aru Sunday $7.50 Evening only 5.00 8unday Ouly „ 2.50 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month «0c _ 70c _____ ▲11 unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- pudiate any liability or responsibility for tbeir ->flfe custody or return. The utmost care will be taken, however, to see that they are not loat or misplaced in this office PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

mtiARY 20. 1928. MOM'N' POP IPS By Taylor LOOKING AHEAD ^OP.THlS THIRP TIME Th/ct suits me nnt'. x HAVE THE BASEMENT TO CLEAU- "PORCHES TO SCRUB - RDGS To BEAT. AMD IF VOb'RE HE(?G ■VOO CAM HELP ME OCT AW SHUCKS.' L DONT FEEL LIKE fioiMQ to .The office S'POSIM' VOli CALL UP TWTE AM' tell HIM I VJOMTBE DOViMTODAV DVO ?r NORK ' > • • 'J .s .. BCT rF MR.THTE ( \ A9KS NMHV MOO CAM COME DOWM WHAT ) VJILL I TELL j> HIM" - CAUSE I WILL BE BEFORE THE DAY'S , over GUESS S'C BETTER T. ... HIM I'M Clef - - - J?' rtVCOR. lil'u ot tlio bouy. and still more won- derfully lift' of the houI. Lord of Will b< (Continued from THE BORGRR DAILY HRRALD like him, for we shall see him us he OypHy Smith. ear not, then, dis(reused believer Venture on lii mighty name; Ho ifi able to deliver. And his love is «till the name. -John Newton. FAMOUS NOVELIST PREACHED GOSPEL Harold Hell Wright, author of that tremendously popular literary success, "The Shepherd of the Hill.';" picturizod by First National a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

' > . r^-? -*,i. Wt ? .... ', FEBRUARY 26, fP : ■y--$ ' I fjl- .: -'^i-V:."- v Ji W^xi* < • .:•. ; iWm 4 \V^; :i ii •, i'a <5> y~xr>y / ^/Tys sryy&/p/*roC'Lr /"7o<yry*S~ s*s? /":;>/ s~/pv/y y~/S/r GZ^.^ Os~ &s?07'7~&'"S~. s ,o^ryj -.r^Tzr ersps?*? s~ypo/s A /yc?sP7^s s£> *'cs'sc~/c Nature Provides Many Kinds of Marine Animah With Lights — I. uminous Jelly fishes and Crabs — Torch-Bearing Fishes of the Depths —Mystery of Phosphorescence By BENK BACHI: Cil-E light's of the sea have been' .'i subject of recent study by *ho Smithsonian Institution. Meaning, that is to say. the lights carried by multitudes of fishes ^nd other animals. and which !n tiie inky darkness of the depths afford the only illumination. Not, however, at really groat depths. For one conclusion reached is that there is no life at ill in the deeper ocean. An opposite theory, generally accepted until recently, is ffsslared to be without basis in fact. Another theory his been that all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

a INI AY, fEHHtfAHV 2fi, DAILY HERALD Classified Ads U«e Borger Want Ads Daily Herald For Results 'ilATE: Two cents per -yord per insertion, three insertiont por five cents per word. All want a.ls are cash in advance. piii s r:< ikgkr daily I IRK a 1,1) POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Charlet OUT OUR WAY © Cc :r i bner'tf So V • S. S. VAN DJ"<E author, of the benson mvr.der cas£ We are authorized to announce the following candlules, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28, l!i2S. For County Jncliji— \V. It. GOODWIN For County nn<l District Clerk— OXA Bit VAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— J OK OWM1KV J. W. (Johnny) JONKS CliAl DK 8MITII ICltS For County Tax Assessor H. B. I.ASAT^K For County Superintendent — A1IS UNA .MAVUIA \ For County Treitsviu-er— J. M. HKDWKCOKF, Jr. For County Attorney— C. I). WORKS %Por District Attorney J. A. HOIiMKS C. S. WORT.MAN For County Commissioner— V Wil l, ORRICK CHAItACTKRS 1MIII.O VAXCC JOHN I'.-\. MARKI1AM, PUtrid Attorney of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 February 1928

*v* •- «. r v. I I > ••) % Ems&t&i .teti-rouiid draw last weak. Promoter McAnully will have the uUiht event of ten rounda with Mtute and Murdock as the head- liner# if a flfiht betweeu them can be arranged and an eight-round special event between two of ilie best men obtainable in this sec- tion of the country. The athletic carnival will be staged in the Hig theatre building, which has been do- nated by the Griffin Brothers Amusement company, owners of the Rex and Uig Theatres. All lumber and other equipment necessary for (he ring has been donated by the llarry-Cragin Lumber company. An anniversary ball will be held Thursday evening at the Toluo Club as a concluding feature of the an- niversary celebration. Board of Trade Postpones Banquet Schedule March 8 come Tax Service Installed Here At First National Bank | For the assistance and accom- modation of the public in making out income tax reports to the treas- ury department the First National Bank*, has opened a departme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 February 1928

} Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. ... i-1., $;... f • w r : ' -y 9igO% • -it A&gMh&x KJf Phone 1 xju i>aPAKTKnn official publication citv of itokgek, texas VOL. 2—NO. 82 ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1928. - 3 PRICE FIVE CENTS FIVE HELD IN CHICAGO TRAIN ROBBEbY CASE ^ ¥ .y. .y. -v. -Y- * * * * * * * * * * * * 4; y y ^ 41 ^ -Y- -Y- -Y -Y- * * * * * * * * * NAVY BOATS SEARCH SEA FOR BODY OF HARRY BROOKS V 4 V Q- V $,-1 1 FLIVVER PLANE DRIFTS ASHORE WITHOUT PILOT Hope Lost That Aviator Alive As Ships Scour Atlantic Coast Is -Q V- SLAIN BY FLAME OCEAN IS ROUGH Crafts Unable to Reach Wrecked Ships After Dis- covery From Air SEBASTIAN, Kin.. Feb. 27. (AIM - The Ford flivver plant' which dis- sippeai-otl inlo the Atlantic ocean Sat- urday oft" Melbourne was washed ashore near here today. No trace was j found of the body of Harry Brooks, j pilot. The craft was badly damaged,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 February 1928

* z™ * " -w. ■ n THE BORGER DAILY HERALD &mSm uiiday. jmmmx wormus oy f —WAHltEN VUKLISHISO COMPANY, in* D, NOUHIS - Manager second class matter Kovem tier 23, at the post office at Borjcur Tontinder tht> act of March 8, AlF.MDER ASSQCIATEl* PKF.fi8 Th-' Associated Vrvs$ is exclusivoly en- titled to the UAe for yepub!5cut ion of nil news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise cctniited to this -paper and also ihe loiml news yubluilu d beron. 8UUSCIU PTfON rUTKS BY MAIL IN ADVANCE i o :* i YEAH MO. MO. MO Evening and San.,„$7.r>0 *4.00 $2.00 70c Evening Only — 5,(M) 2.H5 1.50 5C« Swnauv Only -.50 1.1)5 .70 Bin* BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week I'er Month By \ ear 20c 70e $ .&> All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let tors and pictures sent to The Herul'l art* Bent at owners risk, and the publishers *x pressly repudiate any liability or respotifi biliiv for their sufe custody or return, rue utmost care will bo taken, however, to see that they are not lost or misplace...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 February 1928

Monday, February 27, 1928 AILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results ?« ^ k, * THE BORGER DAILY HERALD OUT OUR WAY uiXIGE Charltt © Seribner'tf Son. 9 v ey~S. S.VAN DINE author y THE BENSON MURDER CASE CHAKACTKKS PAGE THREE By Williams RATE: Two centu per •"vord pqr Insertion, three insertion! 'or flVi« cents per word. All wnut a.la ana cash in advance. <1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS r We are authorized to announce the following candiateB, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28, 1!)2S. For County Judge— W. It. (JOODWIX For County and District Clerk— ON.l Hit VAX For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JOK OWXIIEY J. W. (Johnny) .ION UN CliACDH SMITHKHS For County Tav Assessor 8. B. LASATKlt For County Superintendent— MIS ON A M.IXAIHX For County Trenseiirer— .r. >1. HKIH;I:< OKE, JI. For County Attorney— C. D. WORKS For District Attorney .1. A. HOLMES C. S. WORTMAN For County ( 'oiiunlssionei'— * Wli;i, ORKICK fo* salfc I'll I l-O VANCE J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 February 1928

n BB—hiiuiif .— r STTerWTi1 ■,*m '■jgBpfjaj MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1928 i: ^ I I vJf', | Mrs, feay Haggard andlc Power nud Mk'>< Phono 13 Local News , Mrs. Nenl Norls' trip to Clnci- natti was postponed when she re- reived a wire in Amariiio. enroute, that her mother is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norton of Pwluii Entertain Auditing l>o|>«'tiucnt The Panhandle Power & Light company, with H. M. Weob acting as host, entertained the Auditing De- partment ot the company at a din- ner and dance iu Amariiio. The party left Borger about 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Dinner was served at 7:3U o'clock in the private dinning room at the Herring Hotel. The table was beautifully dec- ___ oritud with all colors of carnations, Norton's t'ommedians arrived ill the and t,vvrkey with all the trimmings; city yesterday to lie here about n \tas served. After dinner, the party i week. went to the Nat where iliey danced | until a late hour. Everyone present Mrs. Dyke Cullum returned l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 February 1928

1/ EE , Buy what you' need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way to which to Build yaur Town. VOL. 2—NO. 83 ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF IIOIIGER, TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1928 PRICE FIVE CENTS MAJORITY VOTE FOR PROPOSED TAX PAYMENT COUNTY-WIDE ROADS DEDATED AT STINNETT & & ffi %*('%• ^ ^ ^ # 3f. Cf. ROTARY CLUB HEARS PLEA FOR HOME BUILDING HERE LOAN PLAN IS FAVORED FOR BORGER'S NEED E. H. Pipkin Declares City Is Settled and Must Face Problem BEST SKIPPER OIL HISTORY TOLD c. IS C. Keech Says First Well Dur 30 Feet Deep and By Hand C. C. Keech, of the J, It Phil- lips company told of the discovery j of oil before the Rot'ger Rotary club lulichcon today and K. II. Pipkin, manager of Cal Farley Tiro shop, told of a home building program, which lie said should be inangura ted in Border. Mr. Keech said that the first oil well was discovered nar Tiltis- ville. Pa., several years ago that a few years later when oil ...

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