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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 February 1928

. y ,v vi <0% ,*;« *' f? 3foVJpwflr *** \ * *v *' r >h ' " ' E BORGER DAILY HERALD GETTING AT CLOSE QUARTERS Daily HeraJd t 102 loalt Kiln Street, 8#r _ every SvtmB* Ulcept Saturday, ^AA^U&ishim COMPANY, Inc. •©%f,lSv W1EAI. . KOltHIS . v econdcli« u\ tt«r Novem Iter 23, Its:*. lit thft ]wwt office ut Borger Teifts, under the aft of il rt'h 3, 1897.H memuer associated PRESS Tl<e A« oci letl Pre«« ia exclusively eu titled I" the une for republication of nil uewe diepitchu credited to It or not Mltacrwise credited ro lhi« paper and Uo the louat news pnbliahed herein, iL BUB 8CRIPT10N RATES BY HAIL IN ADVANCE 1 .i n l X YEAR MO. MO. MO. $7.50 *4.00 t'.'.OO 70c ,1,0k) 2.85 1.50 50c 2.60 i -:ir> .70 soc Kveriiig and Stln. Evening Ouly Sunday Only m v r BY CARRIER IN CITY Her Week 1'er Month By Tear p« 70c *3-00 3 Ail unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let tcts and pictures sent to The Herald are aeut at owners risk, and the publishers vx- piesslv repudiate any liability o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 February 1928

^$3 • 1 • I * L i J< I; ■ s ) TimAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1928 ' J*?" ;¥?«: TUB BOROBK DAILY HERALD vn jj| ' *, AGE DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results l g RATE: Two cents per word per Insertion, three inxertiom "or five cents per word. All want, ads are canh in advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized tn announce the following caniliates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 2S, 192S. For County .Indue— w. it. goodyvin County and District, X^'lcrk— ON A BllYAN > SlH'i iff and Tax ( ollecloi— j ok ow.miev J. \V. (Johnny) JONES CLAt'HE SMITH Kits County Tu\ Assessor ,S. It. LAS.YTER < 'ounty Superintendent— MIS ON A M A \ All Y.\ County Trenseiirci— J. M. HEI>GE< OKI:, Jr. For County Attorney—- C. D. WORKS For District Attorney J. A. HOLMES C. S. YVORTMAN For County Commissioner— WILL OH For For For For i For RR1CK | FOR 5ALt poic nali: oii tkaih: n; « ;. ■ « lund lociUfJ near S^nta llosy \.w Mi iro. I will take...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 February 1928

I: 1 ' -Jk • ' f&Pdmk ■ *' ' .' ' ' ^ V BORGEK DAILY HERALD V. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1928 TO LIGHTEN LObKjfHOORS Dancing Center Now In Receivers' Hands Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone 13 MOftK PERSONAL 1TKMS WANTED -h Itecause few have responded to the recent call for local news items, u second appeal Is be- ing; made In the interest of in- creasing the Interest in the col- umn on the society page of the Herald. The society editor is very anxious to make her department as valuable as pos- sible to readers. When neighbors entertain ■ visitors, when men and women leave their community for a visit, where "Mrs. Jones" spent last week end, etc.. is inter- esting information for others. If readers of the Herald will call 13 or write the Society Editor, Borjfer Herald, Borger. the service will be greatly ap- preciated. not only by the man- agement. but by the hundreds of readers of the column. Methodist Missionary Siicirtj Will Have Stand March K The Methodist Missionary Society, i Circle A, ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 February 1928

" one 13 lOili BWfAKTHJMX4 P> OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CIT* OK HOKGEK, TEXAS VOL. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1928 FIVE CENTS PRICE Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise i« the Beat way in which to Build your Town. 41 NAVAL CRAFTS SEARCH FOR MISSING MEN * * * * * * * * * # * *■ V- * * •Y. * # * * * * * * * * * .y. ;f :y. * * * * * * * # * COMMISSIONERS HEAR ARGUMENT ON ROUTES TO DEAL O- & if THREE ROADS DISCUSSED BY DELEGATIONS Angle, South and Section Line Proposals Considered at Meeting FAVOR TRIAL PLAN C. C. and Deal Representatives Want Highway Straight Through A delegation headed by Charlie Bolen of I)f'al met with members of the Chamber of Commerce and the Hutchinson county commissioners yesterday and after discussing two routes for the Deal-Borger graded highway went en masse over tin* two routes inn the commissioners gave no indication just which route would be favored. Leo S. Spencer in following the instructi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 February 1928

- *;.• BK*. ■ ts-wm V SSwPir gcr Daily Herald licit at.102 South M in Street, Bor- cxaa. every Evcntnf Except Saturday, "iuudiiT Kerning, fcy ■ WARREN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. NOKEIS SfriJ Manager m r I l ■■<£ • . BUSINESS IS GOOD, THANK YOU! latere * secondclass matter Norom ber 2.1, at the post office at Borger, Texas, under the act '>f March if, 1897. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Fre^a Is exclusively en ! tilled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not i otherwise creuited to this paper and j ulso the local news published herein. 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN AUVANOB 1 6 3 1 , YKAR MO. MO MO. I Evening snd Sun. .. $7.">0 $4.00 $2.00 70c i Fvenijng Only 5.00 'J.f-O 1.50 50c | Rundav Only 3.6 0 1.35 .70 30c t BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month By Year , 20c 70c ¥8.00 • . All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, lei j ters and pictures sent to The HoraW are J sent, at owners risk, and Ihe publishers ex j pressly repudiate any li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 February 1928

*'l. V I „ Wednesday, February 29, 1928 DAILY HERALD Classified Ads U e Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATE: Two cents per word per insertion, tliree insertion* 'or five cents per word. All want sJh are cash iu advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candiates, subject to the action of the Democratic l'rl umry, July 2N, l!l2b. For County .Indue— W. H. GOODWIN For County and District Clerk— OKA 1511 V A N For Sheriff and Tax Collect*"1— J OK OWN1JKV J. W. (Johnny) JONKS Cli.Vl DK S.MITIIKKS For Connty Tax Assessor S. B. I.ASATKlt For County Superintendent — MIS OKA MANAHAN For County Treaseurer— <1. M. HK1HJECOKE, Jr. For County Attorney— C. D. WORKS For District Attorney J. A. IIOI-MKS C. S. WOItTMAN % For County < 'oimnissioner— wiu. oitmcK "What interests me just now is the fiuio VANCE I way all these follows' stories haug joh.n r.-.v. jiiaiikii am. nutrici | together." A...,rn..y of New York County _ , ,.ycs .. n(,(|ded Markliu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 February 1928

MRS. J. D. AHERN HOSTESS TO VERY UNIQUE BRIDGE PARTY — Mrs. Ray Haggard 5 . ■ ■ Phone 13 MODES OF THE MOMENT Pass- l'ec,ed dances Several (lays ago invitations were seat out reading thus: •;Tiip from Borger to New York. Via Marland Camp. Train leaves Marland Station at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon on '<|ravk 136." These invitations were widely dis- cussed. Everyone was trying to dis- cover just what kind of a party Mrs. J. D. Ahem was going to have. Each person suggested a different jklirn—mid all were wrong. When guests arrived at "track 136". they discovered it to be a large Marland dining room. They were greeted by Mrs. George Mc- lntyre who told them to go to the check room in the "station" and check their wraps. Here they were met by Mrs. A hern, who pinned their names on them, after they received their check. Guests were then sent to the "Travelers Aid", where they regis- tered and gave a description of I themselves. There were many comi- cal descriptions on the book. Next w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 March 1928

* I, ' ■' Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 B.UL UHPAHTMull OFFICIAL PLUIJCATION CITY OF IMHUittlt, TKX.IS PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. 2—NO. 85 ASSOCIATED PRESS BORCER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1926. HAYS SAYS SINCLAIR CONTRIBUTED $1 * * * >(. .y. x :{■ :{. .y. * * * * * * ^ ^ Jfi 9ft (?4~I rtff ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * * * J * * * * * DISCUSS HOME BUILDING CAMPAIGN TOMORRO.. NIGHT N 1 > j \ _o LOAN COMPANY OFFICIAL WILL EXPLAIN PLAN Association Official to Con- fer With Civic Or- ganizations MAY COME HERE Organization, Well Financed, Anxious to Locate, Works Says IteiiroHeutatives of a building and loan association, an old line stand ard company with several millions of dollars capital and assets, which I has fully complied with the stati j opera I Ion laws of Texas, will ad-I dress citizens of liorger and repre- , SisntnUves of practically every civit • club iu the city tomorrow night a! N o'clock at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 March 1928

BFsi:.'/1i i; ' ; ■ MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Thu A «ooi ed I'res in exclusively tm- tttled t tbi) u e for republication of all t>w* credited t it or uul , utlierwitu credited t« this paper sd alao the local news published herein. BUhSCItU'TlON KATK8 BY MAIl. ADVANCE 4' y,'1. i. o i a i YEAR MO. MO. MO Eveoiog ud Sun. ... 7.50 (14.00 12.00 |0« Ktemng Only .....— 5.00 i.wy l.iSO 50# Himduv Only -.30 1.115 .70 30r 1)Y CAR It IKK IN CITY- Per Week Per Month By ¥e r 20c 70c $8.00 ———•——r • ;— i AU unsolicited articles, manuftCript*. let tent atid pictures aent to The Herald are •eat at owners risk, and. the publishers ex- Dreaaly repuiliate any liabllif;.* Or rtfaprmsi bility for their safe cuatndy or return. The utmost care will be taken, however, to koi that they aru not lost or misplaced iu this vtHre. PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENT^. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC y." ' ft ■- ' jwe ball n Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation o( any individual hem, I'oHoern or corpo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 March 1928

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1928. BORGER DAILY HKKALiU t t I ir • • j i § MYERS CLEVER WRESTLER AND IS POWERFUL Kopecky's Foe Promises to Be One of Toughest Con- tenders Yet The supremacy of Texan will he settled tonight when tho Lumber jack ot Louisiana, Lee Meyers in- vades Texas against the defender, Jot- Kopeeky in the weekly wrestling fhow at the Coliseum. No little interest has been mani- fested on the outcome of tonight's- Kbow which opens at 8:15 o'clock. Those familiar with the name ol the Louulsianan who have nevei seen him in action know that he can put forth a light worthy ot the respect of every wrestler Whe- ther the sagacity of Kopeeky will prove the undoing of Myers is the question at stake tonight. The Lumberjack acquired hit early training in the backwoods pi hlr native state while Kopecliy wai- reareri In the cotton country neai Taylor. Texas. Iloth men possess ati unusual amount of strength and coupled with endurance they have acquired through years of strenuous ling figh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 March 1928

■ . rcSDA X: - MM V" 1 • ,J i * . < • " " v 1**1*" :; V « i ft : ' 1i-_' • 1 THE COLOR PALETTE >JW; . o/p^yy^> csf/yyo/y os WW1■. jjV-'v J&AKSX JC //yGS « !«Jr *sjS Z>S •" :. •M.-Ok Glimpsing Some of Uncle Sam's Marvelous Na ture Secrets — Bryce Canyon, North Rim of Grand Canyon, Zion National Park — Petrified Forests of Arizona — Cliff Dwellings. & By KATHKRJXK UVOLn SAM can well lay claim to belitg the possessor of some of the most marvelous secrets of Nature and of prehistoric man. Ths Easterner who takes a transcontinental jaunt to The Pa- cific Coast ia jretty sure nowadays ♦ o sew at lens* some of the inter- esting exhibits which are being ca>e<2 for expressly for the benefit of th« .ran of today and tomorrow. It W0£ld TAjte a long time to enu- i*.-.rit« all or the wonde1* Uncle Sam can ofter but. as a starter one might me,**lori the Petrified Forres, Zion >7atior.a! } ark, Pipe Spr-nps, Montezuma. Castle, Pap°-pc Pa- jruero, Cap a Granule in Arizo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 March 1928

J I r ?} to I • THURSDAY, MA^CH 1, 1928. THE BORCKR DAILY flERALD DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Uie Borger Want Ads Daily Herald For Results RATE: Two cents per ^*ord per insertion, three Insertloisi "or five cents per word. All want aUs are cs.fih lu advance. Charle* (£) Srriimer'ff Son.9 OUT OUR WAY . S. S.VAN DIME AUTHOii THE BENSOM MURDER CASE POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candlntes, subject to Ibe action oC the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28i 1 !t28. For County .lodge— W. K. GOODWIN For tjonnty mid District Clerk— ONA 1IRYAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JOE OWNBEY 3. XV. (Johnny) .JONES CLAUDE SMITH EPS K. 1,. (Curly) l.W'THO.N For County Tax Assessor 8, D. LASATKIi For County Superintendent— MIS ONA M ANA HAN For County Trenseurer— J. M. HEDOECOKE, Jr. For County Attorney— C. 1). WORKS For District Attorney J. A. HOLMES C. S. WORTMAN For County Commissioner— Wil l, ORRICK SALJt KOIt SAI.K CJTK.AP ClNK I'd 1.1'. PIANO. JENNINGS FUUN1TUHK CO....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 March 1928

THE BORGER DAILY HERALD thursday,;:iiarcii i, i 2b. Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone 13 WRH. I. R. till AY HAS BIRTHDAY KRimiAKV a ... Hi W' ' ■ > -r ' . . Mrs- 1. If- Oiuy was outer* lainecl home of'Mrn. B. J. Kulterton on her birthday, Feb- ruary 29, 192$. A delicious foiu' fuurirt- luncheon was nerved to the ,following guests: Mrs. Hoy UnrHli alid (laughter, Mrs. O. Si Stewart, Mr and Mrs. H. W. Klllwtt. Mrs. 3am Benson. Mrs. E. i}. TompSon, Mr. and Mrs. (irif aud daughter, Mrs. I). Ileaaley and V daughter, Ray- mond Ptf lloitoii. William Ful- ler! oil. Mrs. Gray was the recipient of many lovely and useful Klfts. This birthda'y Is an event that ep'tncH hut every four years, be- ing February 2fl. WfKRVIF.W I'1/1' I! OAKCE SfCt'KSS The usual Wednesday night daucc; 1,ut wfttch carefully and when you at fiiverview Club. Kiv^n by Hit can Kc<; "u' stv'n cur' awav or crack J'ttnbandle I'ower and Light com pa-;" "uie to put them in the bean uy. was a huge success this week. 1 l>ot ,0 hake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 March 1928

\ *\ A 4 . i Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 $JJU DUTAMTUMMn OFFICIAL PUHI Jt'ATIOX CITY OK ltol(t .Kit, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 86 ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 2, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS SAYS REPUBLICANS SHOULD DRAFT CPQUDGE * * * >[. :{. * * * # * * * * # # * * * * * * * * * * * * * MERCHANTS ADD MANY USEFUL GIFTS FOR IEDDING 0- MANY INQUIRE ABOUT DETAILS OF CEREMONY Feature of March 8 Celebra- tion Arouses Much Interest PRESENTS VARIED Gift List Includes Everyhing From the Clothing to Stove Dozen* of Inquiries liavo been pouring into the? Burger Herald of floe this week as to I lie details on the public wedding to be .staged at the Hex theatre Thursday morning at 12:13 o'clock of next week. Mer- chants have expressed their desire1 to contribute to the happiness of tin newly weds by giving them almost I'tery conceivable item for the com ■ fort and convenience of the home. Name...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 March 1928

MSj&K THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SHE :S TOWARD SENATE ' I 1 TRICK Lee Puts Up Hard Fight But E Kopecky Slips Flying Mare to Win Lfee Meyers went clown to defeat ]q successive falls at the Hands 01 Joe Kopecky last night at the Coli- seum. The first tall came in 4 7 min- utes With a flying mare, and the sec- ond iu 2 7 minutes with a double Step-over toe hold. Leo Chase ol Skellytown and Dutch Hetke wrest)-t ed to a 30-minute draw. Meye)-B proved that his record utj a wrestler was by no means a mis- take. He gave Joe a run for his mon- ey but succumbed to one of thc- tricky Bohemian's flying mures af- ter thSey had vfrestlod at furious, pace for 47 minutes. Neither of th" men seemed to havo an advantage until like most other wrestlers who try to throw Joe with a headlock, Meyers used a series of them and whila holding Kopecky in mid-air the Bohemian secured the deadly hold which gave him the first fall. | In the second, the wrestlers seem-; ed to be a little more determined j and ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 March 1928

i: I /■ v: I d . .. < FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 192?. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ' f - PAGE THREE Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone 13 KNIGHT-WIl/MB MAHItlAGK \\N< \« i:i> Miss MariQii Knight of Borger and Raymond Willis of Newton, Kan.. w«er married February 4. 1928. The wedding was kepi a secret" tiiiti 1 they were ready to start to L.os An KOles, C'al., on lheir honeymoon. The bride and groom returned from their trip here and spent a lew days with the 'parents of Mrs. Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Knight. Tliey have returned to Newton, Kansas- where they will make their home. Mr. Willis is a telegraph..opera- tor for the Santa Fc at Newton, and is well known in that city. Mrs. Willis' parents live in Bor- ger. Mrs. Willis was formerly em- ployed at Chenaults. WKATHKRl-Y S< HOOJ, 1\ T. A. MUKTS Th<? lsom Parent-Teachers Asso- ciation held their usual social func- tion at the Weatherly School Build- ing Tuesday afternoon, with ^ ma- jority of the members in attendance The meeting opened by all .rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 March 1928

Borger Daily Herald PUbiiabed at 102 aotttb Mala street, Bor- (•r, lau, 5very Stoning Except Saturday, aud an Sunday Morning, by JBKK-W*K*BH PUBLISHING I TIF ooMPAtrr, inc. ■BAT, D. NOBRIS -Mauagu Eutereu on «or, 4-cIik mutter No em- tier a3, at th« pout oflVa at Border. Teiae. undrr the art of March 8, 18ii7. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aeaoiiated Press la exc!u iv«)y en- titled to the use (or ;yublicatitm of all xiewa dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 e 3 1 YEAR MO. MO. MO. Evening and Sun #7.40 M.00 2.00 70c Evening Only 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Sunday Only 2.50 1.35 .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Weak Per Month By Year 20c 70c **.0G All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let ters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at owners risk, aud The publishers ex uressly repudiate any liability or responsi bility for their safe custody or return The utmost care will be taken, ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 March 1928

. , 'ij? • t FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1928 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ' *, ' W "" PAGE FIV0 DISCUSS PLAN (Continued from Page 1) BYRD'S POLAR PLANE TRIES ITS WINGS direct outlet from that territory into Amarlllo. The tax money will also be expended in the construction ol a road l'rom Borger to Deal and from Borger to Roxana. Object to Division /VI a meeting of the county com- miiiHioners Tuesday, County Com- mlsHionern ii. (!. Hurley and Lee Meadows from the Borger precinct and the one lying to the east, res- pectively, expressed themselves as opposed to dividing their share ol the special road tax road fund with precincts north of the river. Commissioner Hurley contended that most of Hutchinson county's tuxible property was south of the Canadian river, principally proper- ty of oil companies, and that the money expended in the construction and improvement of roads shouid i be spent where it would be of tin \ most value to the taxpayers. ^ Upon being asked by Hen F. Kniitli i editor of tin* Hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 March 1928

TH$ B0RG13R DAILY KEItALD FRIDAY, MARCH K1928 m INT! REPORT SHOWS Recent Rains Add Impetus to Industry; More Mois- ture Needed DALLAS. Te:;. March 1. (API — Kains, Having tlie winter wheat and oat crops, which were auffertog from lack of moisture were the outstand- ing development durine the last 30 days In the eleventh Federal Re- serve District, according to the monthly business review issued to- day by the Dallas Federal Reserve Rank. The rains, although beneficial to other growing crops and livestock rauges, and in conditioning tlie soil for spring planting, were light over Wester Texas and Southeaster™ New Mexico, where moisture was most urgently needed, the review said. Considerably more rain is need- ed in this district to require the es- sential sub soil moisture. While the grass in some por- tions of the district is short, live- stock have wintered well, there lia^ been an ample supply ot' feed and the winter has been generally mild. Cattle prices were sustained at a high l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 March 1928

g TRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1928 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD / * . j! DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results BATE: Two cents per -vord per Insertion, three Insertion! 'or ftve cents per word. All want n.le are cash In advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorised to announce the following c.audiates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28. 19 2S. For County Jud fe— W. It. GOODWIN For County anil District Clerk— ONA lift VAN For Sheriff ami Tax Collector— JOK OWN REV J. W. (Johnny) .IONES CLAUDE SMITH ERK K. L. (Curly) LAXTRON For County Tu\ Assessor 8. 11. LASATER For County Superintendent— MIS ONA MAXAHAN For County Trenseurei— I ,L M. HEDCIEC'OKE, Jr. For County Attorney— C. 1). WORKS For District Attorney J. A. HOLMES C. 8. WORTMAX For County Commissioner— WILL OREICK for sale t'OK SA1.K f'HEAl' -ONK COt.K 1'IANU. jennings fi.rnit111k co.. 911 n. wain. I'HOSB 7(1. SS lie i'OK S.U.K, • n'.'u 20x4.40 tires. IHc. WptHW wound hand 30x3 1-...

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