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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 March 1928

' HIGH SCHOOL NEWS by Journalism Club STAFF feet rhombic crystals were found. We tilso found thai when burn- ing compounds wc can distinguish their difference by the color of the flame. RunwinlnT your friends. Ruby Gibson IRENE litVINK VIVIAN WARREN NOVA PULLER STANLEY BARXETT . Elizareth coodwin wilheLmina greenwood sybol, marie i.yi.es elizabeth greenwood Editor in Chief Assistant Editor Sport Editor Assistant Sport Editor Society Editor Assistant Society Editor Humor Editor Secretary EDITORIAL a.vviwi, stake meets will compete among At the weekly staff meeting Mon- day, March 0, Mr. Maker stressed the need of advertising and subscrip- tions for the Boi'Ker high school yeariOumm. book. Enough money lias been rai- sed to pay for the engravings, but over $T0U. is still needed for print- ing, covers, binding and things of similar nature. The staff has plann- ed to start vigorously at work on advertising and raise the necessary money. rural schools themselves. The following students h...

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

"WEDNESDAY, MAltCH 7, 1928 - 9 I i Jik JtV Classified Ads Uw Borger Daily Herald Want Ada For Results RATE: Two cents per ■vord pur insertion, three lnaertloni 'or live centg per word. A!) want a.Is are cash lu advance. THE RORfxER DAILY HERALD .i -*■" w TTDQCE Charles © ScrHmer'tf S'on.y out our way PAGE By Williams ers. S.VAN DifcE authon the benson murder. ca5£ ■ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS * ? ized ti> the following candiatesj subject to J&e action of the l)en|>cratie Pri- mary, July 2S, i; For County Jndjte— W. It. GOODWIN For County a ltd Metric! Clerk— OX A imVAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JOE OVVM5KY 4. W. (.lolinnv) .TONES CliAl DK SJIITHElis K. 1.. UJITRON For County Tux Assessor H. ti. EASATEU For County Superintendent— MIS ON A MANAHAN For County Treaseurer— Ai M. HEDGECOKE, Jr. For County Attorney— HENHV l . MYERS C. O. WORKS For District,. Attorney .1. A. HOLMES C. S. JVOHTMAN CI'KTIS DOl GH\SS For t'ount J- Commissi oner— WIEE ORR1CK FOR SALE I f: ch \u\cti;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 March 1928

2 THE BORGER DAILY HER/ - — MRS. COOGAN NAMED IN SUITS FO* ATHLETIC CARNIVAL HERE Murdock and Monte Confident, Kopecky Meets Enemy, Mantell "P«jn't ^orRet to turn out for tin: big athletic carnival tomorrow af- ternoon at 2:30 o'clock"'at tLiu His thoatr,p,' slugs out thu barker down the street. Kddle Murdock, champion of Hie southwest, Ik elashliiK in I lie main event with Wildcat Monte, oue of the best light weight ehumplonshli) contenders in this section of the country who lias eliminated practi- cally every man. standing as a bqr- rier to his gaining a bout with tlio champion. lOddle needs no recommendation. His name lias been heralded through the news columns from coast to coast. With the progress lie has made during the last two years. Mur- dock unquestionably will lie lighting the champion within a few mouths, unless Monte stops him tomorrow J.usl Iloul a Draw It will be recalled that .just two ■weeks ago these men fought a draw ill Amarillo. Both emerged from that fight bear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

o Second Birthday Edition "I Ldition | OFFICIAL Pl'BMCATION CITY OF liOIU.KK, TK.YAS I i First Section VOL. 2—NO. 91. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. FORTY PACES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS I . > M ft 1/ ; jg j f! I o 0 C BORGER CELEBRATES SECOND ANNIVERSARY * * * .y. # tf. .v. ,y. .y. * * * * * * ^ :{. :{. * * tf- * * # .y. * * ;j-. * * * * * * * * * * OPENING BANQUET WELL ATTENDED DESPITE BIG RAIN Q- MORE THAN 400 ASSEMBLE AT THE TOKIO CLUB Mayor Welcomes Visitors To Border's Anniversary Celebration QUEEN IS CROWNED Misr. Thelma Arnold Honored As Most Beautiful Girl More limn a quarter-inch of rain fulled lo dampen the en!husiasm of Uorgeriles and visitors who gather- ed ol Tokio club for (lie "Spirit of Burger" banquet, coronation of Miss Tlielma Arnold as Burger's second' anniversary queen and 1 he Queen's ball which officially launched cele- brallun festivities. Despite a heavy downpour for more than 30 minutes, more than ion people attended the banquet w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

h<".,,v GE TWO THE BORCER DAILY HERALD 'F • Wl'th ''' ? • i,... S BUILDERS' SUBSIDY / DLLAR TO HELP SOLVE SHIPPING PROBLEM HEADS CITY GOVERNMENT KAN FRANCISCO, March 8. (AP) •^-Put itoiho JriiSHtiei'B ill congress, subsidize: (lie ship builders, K>ve ship operators encouragement aud oppor- tunities rather tli&n restrictions, and the solution of the Atnerican merchant marine problem will not be difficult, says Caplain Robert Dollar, "grand old man ot the Pacific." The veteran president of the Dol- lar line believes a congrt is com- posed largely ot' lawyers and wil.h- out a single shipping maa is not equal to the Job ot putting Ameri- can shipping in a position to com- pete with that of other nations. Ho •woultl not haye the government em- bark in the shipping business, how- ever, for while the country might thus obtain a greater share of the world trade he warns it would briiuc only disaster upon American lines privately operated. Further, he se«s not the slightest . possi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD RAGE THREI 1 MARRIED At REX THEATRE LAST NIGHT € a MAX AGAN AND BRIDE POPULAR BORGER COUPLE Miss Trimble, Borgef« Anniver- sary Bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Trimble of Seldon, Kails. She is a graduate of Seldon. high school and attended the K. S. 'I. ('. school at Hayes, Kansas. Miss Trimble has lived in Borger for a year. She Is-employed by W'it- iher and Cooke. lawyers. M. Max Agan, Borger's Anniver- sary Bride Groom. is the son of Mi', and Mrs. Walter A. Agan of Mt. Vernon. Mr. He is a graduau of Ml. Vernon high school where he took part iii school athletics, lie at- tended Di'urv College in 19 25 and li)2tj and was pledged to the Kap pa Alpha Fraternity. In 1921 Mr. Agan a'tended the Southwest State Teachers College at Springfield. Mo. Mr. Agan was employed at the First N'at ional Bank of Borger three months'• before coming to the Her- ald in February of 19L'7 Both bride and groom are well known in Borger and their l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

PAGE wnrnmgmw*^ -m ; * H THE BORGER DAILY HERALD ■■ t; THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. h he Borger DailyfHerald Published at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Teias, every Evening Kicept Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARREN PUBLISHING CO., Inc. NEAL D. NORRIS Manager W/foiBT* ''' " Untered as second-class matter November 23, 192G, at the post office •t Borger, Texas, unaer the act of March 3, 1897. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited tcMit or not otherwise credited iu this paper and also the local newi published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year Bvening and Sunday $7.50 Evening only Ji SiOO Sunday Only 0 BY CARRIER IN C1T f Per Week Per Month l«c 70c mo. 3 mo. 1 $4.00 $2.00 2.85 1.50 1.36 .70 mo. 70c 50c 30c Sandino and His Family By Year $8 00 ▲II unsolicited articles, manuscripts, iette's and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- pudiate any ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. THE BORCRR DAHY HERALD PAGE O. COLONIAL TITLES CLOUD TITLES •AROUHII FORD'S WAYSIDE INN § i.mw* *>■* ^ mv' mmf-4 "*:* d. or Ills replies In purlimenl l" all sorts of trick questions and studied traps laid for him by the opposition. What he does, those on the 'iisl<l - nay, is to anticipate every question, foresee the nature of all attacks and ire pa re a careful answer for each. Recently, when he spoke for eight hours on finance lie had two piles of papers before him. The tirst con- sisted of documents used in ills long speech an dtlie second was the group ot answers to possible attacks. \\ henever an opposition orator inter- jected some remark the premier flashed his answer, where were mar- shalled figures and documentary proof, and effectually settled the question. In this instance liis enemies. True as a great lawyei attacks and had a ply of answers left lie over-estimated lo his reputation he forsaW all the com fori able sup- over, unused. "I Enjoy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

£ i M i i i ; t, • « ; ' THIS BOliGEU DAILY HERALD ID El Reno Concern Pioneered In Field and Kept Rates Down El Reno Ice Company of Borger is another home industry that has contributed Materially toward the city's wonderful growth-i a the two years of its existence. In the early days of BorKer this company dis- plavted its faith and shipped five car- loads of machinery and manufac- turing equipment to Pampa and trucked it overland to BorKer. This was used in building the first unit of the plant. 1 When the plant first began opera- ting water was hauled several miles by truck to the plant to be used in manufacturing the ice. Connection.1 with the Panhandle Power & Light company water system was made in 19 2". At the time the company came to Borger, ice was selling at $2 per hundred pounds. Now Borger's ice prices compare favorably with those of any city or any other state. Tliiie company now lias two plants in Bor- per. They are driven by electricity throughout and the most moder...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

8 khi* jho jur- he li'or (lip, )T1 • |l<ie a |aJ- tHURStiAY, MARCH 8, 1928. ii" • • THE fiORGKR DAILY HERALD Page seven 5 s © A1LY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ada For Results RATE: Two cents per -vord per insertion, three lusertloni "or tlve cents per word. All want a.ls are c&sli In advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candiates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 2S, 19 2 8. For County .Indite— \\'. K. GOODWIN For County and District Clerk— ON'A BRYAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JOE OWNBEY J. W. (.Johnny) JONES t'LACDE SMITHKltS E. L. LANTRON l>'or County Tax Assessor S. a. LASATER For County Superintendent— MIS ON A MANAHAN For County Treaseurei'— J. M. HEDGECOKE, .lr. For County Attorney— HENRY I). MVERS C. D. WOBKS For District Attorney .1. A. HOL.UES C. S. WORTMA.N ccrtis docglass For County Commissioner— WILL (IHItll'K FOR SALE FOIC SALK I'll MAP < NK COI.K PIANO. JENNINGS FlIi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

TAB BORGER DAfT/V ATHLETICS TO START AT 2:30 O'CLOCK TODAY HERALD iw L AN OIL FIELD SCENE FROM A DERRICK Carnival at Rig Theatre of Most Attractive Ever Offered One ARTISTS OF RING Eddl'* Murdock and Wildcat Monte; Koipecky Meets Dutch Mantell ^ v5 JH ; tag The big athletic carnival starts I his Wfemoon at 2:oO o'clock ;il tilt Tljx theatre. 1 'alis Will have an opportunity to mt (fin? of the best boxing and \. icstl.'ng cards ever offered. liddie Murdei k. lightweight champion of lb«' .■ out Invest meets Wildcat Monte in a ten round event that gives promise of being one of tlie hardest lioiinp matches ever staged in tin; 1'itnh indie. In tin eight round preliminary, I a h f'.ofger boys, Jerry Haley and Kreddle yound under direction of ' Promoter Curly Penland will put 011 | one (if the best exhibition fights ever ! seen at any rate between local boys. ' big wrestling event which lias; caused no little comment and ami-1 cljuition in between Joe Kopecky and iniK h Mantell. Fans throu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

,1- rfT *' ■ . . , OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CIT V OK IHXKiKK, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 91 ASSOCIATED PRESS KORCER, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS Hear Ye! i I . ..V?' .aim Hear Ye! far-** , ;i, Mi .■-wirts The Wonder City Greets You Second Birthday Two years ago today the first lot was sold on the present site of Borger. We have no apologies to make for what you see now. We Welcome You to our Celebration and hope that your visit may he pleasant and that you will carry away with you a true conception of our fair city. The City of Borger Ik !vrrrry<s ftmlu . v. -; # • .Jf/, ' ''1?? - \hh^ ■ ii> """■$$ i AM *>-*£«r i f) - a ripITS ; ; u p m ?' r ?.. ■ i i., --jjfe.. r ♦ " \ < >,W v- ?. . <WSKw ft vr V; :

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

^ i VOMER. FIRST JAIL HISTORY OFTEN LQRID Shack of Small Dimensions Held As Many as 80 Prisoners In the early clays of Borger, two years ago, one of the most impor- tant structures of the time, that since has been pushed back and removed for progress was a wooden shack with dimension of approximately 1-1x30, known as the city jail When the bootleggers, gamblers. hi-jackors and other undesirables flocked to the oil field early in 19S6 citizens immediately realised the ne- cessity for a jail. This ancient struc- ture is said to have • beon erupted and had occupants la 3-6 hours after construction work started. On the west side from the floor to the'ceiling two tiers of projec- tions known as beds were installed and a lev blankets spread to afford covering for the prisoners. In the center of the building were two posts used as stakes for 'he -chain which shackled the legs of the un- ruly. Near the center of tire 1mild- ing a large iron barrel was situated front which gas heat emulated,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

* I t > 5 I ! V* t «* V <%4 V-'F ■ * I "'z1- ■,y% 5 s * % £ 5 s. \ *< J * 5 i Is I • w * * v. « i' 0 ► t '• ;•* WHW WWWWWWWWWMMHWWWWMW W % HWV> HHWVVWU HVWH^WHWWWWW%WUVWWWWWWUW%HMWWWVHVH<^W tW HW VW m WVWVH WWHH>MM>WW<WWWWW*t Wm ... I CONGRATULATIONS TO B O R G E R As one of the pioneers of Hutchinson County the un- dersigned is pleased to be counted as among those pres- ent and to offer congratulat- ions and greetings upon this- Borger's Second Birthday As your sheriff, 1 wish io take this opportunity to express my appreciation of your support and to thank you for the confidence reposed in me. May Bor- der grow to be "Bigger and Better" and may each birthday be a milestone of t progress, is my wish. JOE OWNBEY, Sheriff Hutchinson County, Texas, Candidate for Re-election { I 1 ! I ! 5 * % % 5 5 % 5 I \ ! * s * \ ** * ; 5 1 * * 5 ! | I-

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

SWmamm II ' ' 'ill 1.1.11. \fa * . ^ vu<wwwww*w*vmwwww k 1 V ■t + + + + 1 ■ U • v. -. I V • f mwmm ■BPBHHP|PB^PHWVPK'vv' W"*?*'-* w<v.* tJSfgfag. ■ y-^ • -I... **■ 2 jf-V Jrt *•'• PHpTO BY 1!A' > -T( .'[' View of one of our gravel pits, with the most modern elevator and cleaning and separating equipment being used. > **> « Igs^ r. < This company, which has had the privilee program of permanent improvement, takes epec it- citizens of this progressive commur We cai! your attention to Uorger's pavil i strutted by us. We believe this to be one of tit g city during the past year and that it will add jiu Birthday Celebration. — V,t m

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

BOKHER DAILY IIRRAM PAGB KJ VI? huv WW«HHVWVHV««W«WW HWW«* wwwu wmtm«wtwvwwwwwwwwwvwvwvwvwMmwH wwmw<wwt>wmwwwwwwwwwww M t's thday A ;:i JS, StJr il JL rivilfce of participating in Borger's ;es eAecial pleasure in congratulating ly ii| sn this second anniversary. I pavf! Main street, which was con- uf'tft greatest improvements in the add much to the enjoyment of the ii'ii. * xli iwfa \ > .-r. >v" . . v:-.. V, • <J>. ' ■ fit? /.j $ . m i &I&& J? J«pH£ # : -• • • - • ... photo by mai n sTrruo Showing stretch of completed road, such as our company is building across Hut- chinson County. Borger's Main street was put down by us—in record time. >. ' • • •• • """ ■v-~ ■• ..-.4". • "':v v" '' 5 * 5 * . # , - i, • , B- WTjp •« -j

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

. «' '!' TTTvnTTn i, innnvri V'PI.1: ■ - ~ — r ^ ORE OF CITY'S BIG IHIIIISTIIIES More Than $1,000,000 Ex- pended in Saven-Unit Fac- tory South of Here If EMPLOY 75 MEN ¥ ? —V Modern Homes Provided; 300 Working On Plant to Northwest Tho Kosmos Carbon company, a subsidiary of the United Carbon company with executive offices in Charleston, West Va., having plants located in Utah, West Virginia, Ken - tacky, Louisiana. Montana and Tex- as, tore-seeing the possibilities of this great Panhandle field have so expressed their confidence by ex- pending more than a million dollars in the carbon industry in the ter- ritory near Borger. | Carbon black scientifically has become one of the outstanding and most essential products, that is in constant demand, consumers being the super-industries of today. It is used principally in the manufacture of rubber, paints, inks and other products too numerous to mention. The Kosnios company shipment from the Borger plant reach practically every industrial ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

TiH&BDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. ' — THE BORGER DATLY HERALD PAGE SEVEN j I s afl3 % p, v n m §i | RI0AN BEABTY" BREAD IS A H01E PRC THAT IHS BROUGHT HEALTH 111 HAPPINESS T1 TI101SI1SS OF BORGERITES mm THE PAST jy km ! s * 5 % V % % s. \ % % % I % Compare Lilly's American Beauty Bread with any other bread you have ever eaten. It is better because we make it better. Its snow- white color and quality is achieved by the use of the finest flour obtainable and the purest of ali other ingredients. In 'x,:: V;- io our bread we bake delicious pastries, fresh daily. We believe you will say that o'T "Old Fashioned Pound Cake' is the finest cake you have ever bought at a bakery. Protected by a sanitary "Glassine" wrapper, they make an ideal gift Mail one home. % % % % * •5 i, KANSAS rjrjrjrJ^d ;come Visitors to Borger's 2nd. Birthday Celebration! The Hilly Bakeries and its 21 employees welcome you to Borger. We make oar homes here. We spend our money here. We are asking you to buy Barger products ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

r*v ■' ITING OF LIQUID GOLD IS OFTEN FATAL Tragedy Sometimes Lurks In Area of Derricks Where Men Spend Lives SEVERAL DIE HERE Snnford Fire Took Nine Lives; Explosives Handled Carefully To those not fumilliir with trage- dies of Ihe oil field, a flowing gasser or oil well merely menus so much liquid gold for the owner. They do n«t hesitate for ;i second to con- sider that ii spark of flame may ex- tinguish the life of from one to a dozen persons iu a second and cause financial loss totalling millions each year. Delving hack through history of th< Panhandle field records show that more than 25 men have gone to their death as the result of fric- tion. and hundreds of others have colli rai ted tuberculosis and other ill- juries sustained from the liavo" a mere spark at a well lias wrought. "One of l lie most touching and heart rendering tragedies in the Panhu,ndlc Held was enacted ln.it slimmer when a lire near Saufoi-1 i vtinguished nine lives within ilie twiklii; of an eye. Mothers...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

o Second Birthday Edition 1 ■ Third Section OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITV OF ItOICGKK, TUXAS VOL. 2—NO. 91. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 8. 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS eft H ■m VIEW OF BORGER FROM THE AIR ON MARCH 8, 1926 <*% THREE DECADES OF HISTORY OF "WONDER CITY" REVIEWED DY WANDERING CORRESPONDENT Transfiguration of Borger Unbelievable to Visitor Who Saw First Two Periods Then Returned Panhandle required exactly 18 hours • der construction further south and over an almost impassable road. ' away out on the prairie sat the Isom Oil a journey around the corner i ' ownsite office in a little wooden he lound what later proved to be | ®hack As n casual observ " ano stuff i correspoudeni the speaker arrived in I'ampa about 110011 on** morning early in May. 1H2U. 111 <|nirina about trans- portation to Horner In* was told that "hoofing it was about as good as any means of transportation." The heel and ankle method was resorted to and after walking two mile*: an oil fiel...

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