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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

Gft two —— T^1'-' vf.- ,-• «; •* • TTTE ROIIC1KR DAILY HERALD 4&01 ■-> '-M THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. * §1 I I I M {♦ B fc f 1 s M i i — « 3 £ I ^ I $ •r J ** mm i'4' This company is happy to be counted as one of the many con- tributing factors in the remarkable growth of this community and to join in celebrating— .4 t . > -■f"' , • t . I ,r, t . - We Extend Greetings to visitors and "home folks" alike on this occasion and pledge the cooperation of this organization toward the furtherance of anv worth while enterprise that means for the betterment of the community in which we have J chosen to cast our lot. *V. « Co Trr—4 JPI" ( f fr.T . i> i

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

THURSDAY, MARCH 1928. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD o I EXPECT TWICE POPULATION ID NEXT 80 YEARS « - . , Present Permanetn Structures to Reduce Worries of Future Millions Woman Executive ***** ^Travels by Air By l«. i:. IH WY By the year 2,0« o iIn* population of the United States, if the present rule of Increase is continued, will be double the 1920 figure, or Slit,, OOO.UOO people. By 1950, only years from now, 1 45.uuo.iKMi pin pie will inhabit this country. Where will these people live'.' Will the great cities of today be- come even larger? Can New Vork.j "logon Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and northern < other larg t centers build outward and upward, to contain even nion thickly massed population? () will tlu smaller communities and j OAKLAND, <'a 1.. {/Py— Six years I tgo Mrs. Thomas Robinson was a | stenographer. Now she is the I j manager of a million dollar retail1 tractor business and considers that | train traveling is too slow a way to cover the territory to which her ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

i - -l?;" llU"VtUnn' tV « «■- i 1 'i'fc'- 1 ' :' ■ ; . . * : Hi I Greetings to ' t upon y. pic Auditors & Aq Dallas,

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

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

.Y HERALD FOR SERVICE LONDON (AIM- Hellish women, a great number of whom rose to distinction In 1927, are asking for raore honors of knighthood and peerage a public recognition of their work. Out of 19:* honors granted by lying George V at the beginning of 182N. only -5 were conferred on women and these were of the low rank. The Women's Freedom league in view of women's records of ac- Complishemnl considers this an un- fair reflection on their public ac- tivities. "Peerages have been given to two conservative members of par- liament and a former governor of Nigeria." the league declared in a formal statement. "Why was the Duchess of Atholl, the parliamen- tary secretary to the board ol' edu- cation, not given a similar distinc- tion." Of 30 men who won knighthoods, 12. according to Miss Frances A. Underwood, secretary of the league, were granted for political and public services, two of the men were distinguished surgeons and one a journalist but no woman In these spheres was given ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

ft « V THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. ■ I >-f X' •"'-- • '• <ij>,; 13v-41mhm MKHHMHHH , ,- •" V •• . !•'•' -■ '. ■'■• ■• ! THE BOROBR DAfLY HRRAF<!> PACE SEVEN ) tt - l . i ? * *«ft nw+j * vtf-W - * •* ■ A BIGGER AND BETTER BORGER $>• '* 'J? Vi •• 'V: BORGER'S 2ND. BIRTHDAY This second birthday of Borger marks an event that it unique in the history of American city building-. ' \ No less remarkable than the first birthday which was celebrated a year ago is this ►second occasion. The second year is always the hardest. The way in which Bor- V 'r ger has held its own dur- ing the past twelve months is truly wonderful. There has been no stand still. Its citizenship has gone for- ward promoting perman- ent industries and securing conveniences in keeping with the substantial city that now is the capital of the World's Largest Oil Field. People of Borger are unanimous on one point—we are a!! for a "Bigger and Better Bor- ger.'" The kind of civic cooperation that has brought thi...

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

wv '-! • IBS KggyQjgyj Bm« ■sirt.-t k.-jawiili FAMOUS GOT HOUSE 9$ HISTORY NOW Hiven of Rest In Crowded Boom Days Goes to Other Fields ALASKA BURNED Chtrred Walls Hold Secrets of Pre-Hotel Days of Borger I— TftK BOKGKR DAILY IIKHALD — GEORGE V OPENS PARLIMENT AMID A MEDIEVAL GLITTER To a great muny who catnr to Borger during the early boom days, the cot house was merely a place for the "down and outer" to spend u night with companions who like- wise had tasted the fruits of the penniless wayfarer while to others It was a haven of rest, where shelter from rain, sleet or snow could he secured for the price of 5u cents. In the days of early '2(1 more than * half dozen cot houses did a thriv- ing prosperous business in liorgur Because of the few hotels and room- ins houses the cot house proved to be a very lucrative establishment for its owner. Many of these build- in us went up overnight and shelter- ed from 10 to 125 men each night. Not a few of the oil companies, who at that time, ha...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

4 Second Birthday Edition mmmm r* ~-mm 1W '^T ' ^ W>'- ' J Fourth Section Section OFFICIAL PUBLICATION* CITY OF ISOKOER, TFXAS VOL. 2—NO. 91. ASSOCIATED PRESS borger, 'Texas, Thursday, march 8, i 28. MORE PLEASBKE III ATTAINMENT WEATHERLY FAMILY BELIEVES WEATHERLY RANCH HOME FOR 7 YEARS Former Owner of Large Portion of Local Dreamed Desolate Ranch Was Over Oil Field Field Never O- 'Tliere is pleasure in pursuit, but there is more pleasure in attain- ment.'' say Mr. and Mrs. John Weutherly as the.v see the lonely desolate ranch where they slaved and saved for years, (low natural oil that they never dreamed existed. In 1S9S a young man came to the Panhandle from Hollis, Oklahoma, and filed 011 four sections of land where Isom and a large part of Horner now stand. Thai summer John Weatherl.v fashioned a rough dugout in the side of a hill out of natural stones in the vicinity. That winter he moved his wife and little Kill out to their new home in a wag- on. The land was new at that t...

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

mmm is; II MAS LARGEST nMT ii sili mm Twenty-Four Froducts Manu- factured From Output; ~ v: .r • .■ -TfTE msmmmsammmim ■ - ■ Tires Main Usage E*w f. Wcsit'i'ii Carbon cojnptny's seven ] unit carbon Ulttt'H plain, two miles ■ mm ill of Rorger, Is the iHisest plant of Us kind in the world, with a daily output of'mure than olio car of car- bon bUick. (OiiBuntiuR from -l" (<■ .l5>0(MK0*ft|t cubic feet of residue Sl 8, daily Curbcu' black from this pi nt <r. shipped prin. ipally to Day;.mi. Ohio, la bo used In the ninnufnoiuriny pf automobile tin.-, and ottier rubber, ' accessories while a ^real deal is •shipped I" other sections of tin United States ami forai&r conntri.s, j whore ;a for the lnannfa 'lire of carbon is not obtainable. to be u ,1c the mat. t: facture of phoriosntjih records, ink. pi a lis, paints and | ' some other < ymmodities. Oas to be ii-ed in the manufac- ture of carbon black Is more plenti- ful in ti> Panhandle field perhaps than any other seciiou ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

55533^^ THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. TTTE BORGKR DAILY FfERALf) I PAGE THREE SANTA FE HEAD SAYS COMPANY BELIEVES lit FUTURE OF 10RGER COMPANY HAS TAKEN MORE THAN 72,000 CARS OF OIL FROM LOCAL FIELD !N PAST YEAR. 0 P. ■). Mackie, superintendent Of i... ,,.i.u „ ith the Plains; Division of the Santa Fe railroad, in speaking of the busi- ness outlook in the Panhandle here recently declared that although the depressed oil condition had some- what affected the prosperity thai once prevailed here, that his com pany had every ccnfidence in pennonency of the Panhandle. a total capacity of 450 I tank cars at one time; one lndus- ! try track serves business concerns j located on Main street, with a ca- ! parity of Tf> cars. Three hundred , and fifty cars can 'be spotted at one time which are accessible for truck- ,i i'"k- the ! "Despite the depressed oil con- dition prevalent at present, it is perhaps surprising but we have hauled more than 72,0'ttti carloads of oil from the Borger station in ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

Photo by Cluisc li. m. \vi:m; \ss't Scc'.v and .\ss'( Titus. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928 THE BOKCiEH DAILY HERALD 4' m p h ot^o^rua I'<>m.l{ I s \Krsi.statm (jlcix.'tul Manauvi' wmm w ' Mm MM mmm mm 'Mm m mm Em It. I!. <(>\\V\ Sllpt. of I'lodlictioil The personnels of your utilities company greets Borger on its second birthday. Each mem- ber of this organization is vitally interested in Borger. Most of us are tax payers and heads of families and therefore have a selfish interest in our "homo town." We are happy over the won- derful growth and improvements that have been made during the past months and hope that each birthday in the future finds Borger a Big- ger and Better place in which to live. C. R. ST/ General Mam ger ■Minim i I r?-*r?ra,3ifr;■ d I CSMHP;.|WVRMMMOIffr: I mmm. / i '# mmmm :sms 7< : - ummemmm Photo by Chusf K. s. M \ I \K\ I-llrrl lical KiitflnciT Photo by Clills r. it. i;i:ititii:\ lilcctrical Knuiai'i'i Photo by C.ha.si \. W. M l.SON SiiiiI. of Wator ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928. RMHtfWNMMKMW UMMMWMMaa-i —— THE BORGER DAILY; HER'AEQ ] . ■ i'' ' . *.*.*•. —u~ .tJ&Jli v &V.4/.: ■y,- Ji . .?% • 1 sttifc #?*%*.'.: ■■ .i '■ . .gfck iff >! ^ Photo by Chase victoi: <>. sn.\\v«;o Siijit'i'visor of ( liiims and Iti^bl ol \\a.\M, Snl'flj uikI Public Itelnlion ST AH | [>er cu iV'JI' -I'hulo by Chase IRS I? L €lE tr 00 sm immmammmmm Growing With -BORGER- Your utilities company has grown with Bor- ger and is proud of the metropolitan service that it is now able to give its customers. The in- vestment that we have made in Borger demon- strates our faith in the permanence and stabi- lity of the city and is an assurance of our fullest cooperation toward any project that is for its best interest. & Light Co $ . ■m % . r .' arMBsrmexxnm P> r- -4* I V.^.J -plio • by ('lias T. KOM > >1 iimu' if Photo hv Chase T. H. H.\llFOI5l> Manager, Commercial l>o|>arttncnt —Plioto by Chaso f. \\ . ItltOWN Hupcrinlcndeut ol' ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

THR BQRGRK DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, ■*? * V ' " #\ MARCH 8, 1928. ——- 1PANY HAS FAITH IN CITY *—• •' Panhandle Power and Light Company Employs 150 Men In Border 3**" XTENDING LINES r vw>w Believing Ir Future of Field, Concern Adds to Big Expenditures The Panhandle Power & Light company has Invested more than three and one half million dollars In the Plains country of Texas. The company's central office is located in Borger with its production plant at Electric City, three miles away, producing electricity for practically every oil camp and city within a rad- ius of 100 miles, with the exception of Pampa. Panhandle and Amarillo. This company is a subsidiary oi the Kansas City Lilght Power company, but operates in this sec- tion as an independent company with officials directing its business from the main office in Borger. The Panhandle Power & Light company was organized in I he fall ot 1926, six or seven months after the city of Borger started one of tht Mildest eras of rap...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

I • : tlftmSffAT, MARCH , 1J 28 i— Til T1/ C I'fl DAIl'V III I.'M.I, J? ' vpR'xV'- s s V\W\\W\ • - - >,{<■,- % s i$ J*- s K ® >.M.'V' evelopment oi Worid s Largest till Influx or 59,400 reopfc uildiiig of Borger, "The Wonder City lonstruction of Two Mill oaos Into County Extensive Program of Road Building Introduction of Permanent Industries 8. Starting of $411,881 Court House I & tS 1 * i | i . • -1 :j <; «■ In short the taking- care of many times the population of two ; ears ago, and the adjusting of con- ditions to meet the immediate and unprecedented needs of the incoming citizens. This miraculous development has necessarily placed a heavy responsibility upon county officials. We have endeavored to meet the situation with the best judgment we possess. In offering this service to Hutchinson county we hope we have met with the approval of the people, and we as citizens hope Borger's third birthday will show as much development and prosperity for Hutchinson county a...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

L % THE 9E BOROKR DAILY FTERALD TTIURSPAY. MARCH I, 1025?. WITH MATERIAL HAULED MILES Prices Kept Reasonable Des- pite Handicap During Rush in City OPTIMISM NOW With Recent Hike in Crude Price Continued Pros- perity Seen Many people entering Borger 1:1:15 uot realize that this city was built without the aid ot' a railroad. Prac- tically every building and derrick was erected with material hauled overland from Panhandle and Amn- rillo by truck. The oil companies had as many as 7 5 trucks making the trip to and from Panhandle daily during the early boom days of lfl2(> while there were ten trucking con- tracting companies operating here Oi* might think the price foi hauling material prohibitive, bin ;it that early stage of development in the Panhandle field praeticallj ev- ery merchant and business concern could not supply the demand for hit merchandise, even though prices- were somewhat higher than those prevailing in other cities. Era of Prosperity An era of prosperity, never befo...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

r* V >*" - • '4. ,.tX K 4a a4HNl« <l4MHI Second Birthday Edition ( I OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF IIOIIGFIC, TKYAK Fifth Section VOL. 2—NO. 91. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH S, 11)28. PRICE FIVE CENTS LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS HELP IN BUILDING BORGER ( '* 1 RAPID STRIDE MARKS START OFB.T.ANDC. O. C. Goodwin Builds Strong Organization In Few Months Here MANY MEMBERS Civic Group Accomplishes Much Since Start Last October The Border Board of Trade and Commerce was organized in Octo- ber, 1927. W. C. Witcher was elec- ted temporary president, VV. 12. Crab- tree, Ilrst vice president; D. H. Har- dy. second vice president and O. C Goodwin, secretary manager. These officers served until the first annua) election in January of this year. At the first annual election of of- ficers, L. I,. Brooks of the Black- Sivail-Bryson company was elected president; rKank .1. C. Reams, first vice president: W. J. Crites. second vice president; It. J. Buell, treasur- er and O. C. Goodwin...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

nrritSDAY, MARCHrS, 192* ft THE BORUKft DAII.Y HERALD 1 >' ■ • i s .'9 % X * 3. # .;fV' iiK-ssF 'frSWHf. i 5 % s ! 5 5 * * * % % i I : k i 5 SINCE March the 8th, 1826, the birth of Borger, The World's Greatest oil Town", the NYAI, DRUG STORE has progressed with the city and community. Our aim row, as then, is to have what the people want when they want it, at reasonable prices, and to have the confidence of all. OUR PRICES- Always have been the lowest, quality considered. It must be remembered that we only carry in stock standard mer- chandise, and we positively guarantee everything we sell to be exactly as rep- resented. WE ARE- Exclusive agents for the well known NYAL REME- DIES. These we recommend as they are positively guaranteed. KODAKS- Our kodak and kodak 'supply stock is complete. We are agents for the Eastman Kodaks. We give twenty-four hour film ser- vice. PARTY PRIZES AND GIFTS- We enjoy the reputation of having the most complete line of party prizes and gifts in the c...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

v1 ^—*™~ rnmmmm THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1928 ■ THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE BORGER'S SCHOOLS REFLECT GROWTH AND PROGRESS 54 TEACHERS EMPLOYED IN BORGER TO TRAIN STUDENTS; Five Large Buildings Crowded With Onrush of Students Since Opening With 1900 First Term ONE OF BORGER'S SCHOOL BUILDINGS Border's school district covers ;i scope of 22 and one-half miles and includes the cities of Whittenburp, Dixon Creek, Borger and Isom and the principal part of Ihe now developed oil field. The school district was organized in Augusl, 11)26, by John R. Miller, former mayor of the consolidated cities mentioned and Ihe City of Border. Border schools are very characteristic of other oil field schools in every essential feature and otherwise except thai the Border schools have exceeded other schools in every res- pect with better equipment, larger enrollment and more capa- ble and better qualffid instructors. I !((>(> First Nineteen hundred enrolled during I lie ^em- children were first year e...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

THURSDAY, MARCH 8*. 192 TTE BORGEH DAILY HERALD .■ f"]'" J! . .!'.■! J- U ■ I "I 1 ' I n ■ v?' ' • V > ' , ' • p ■ • *.., ft S VWt**-" t'. M— ' VWWV* <kW*W* American Exchange Bldg. Phone 26875 Long Distance 525 Dealer and Specialist in Texas Municipal Securities We buy bonds of Counties, Cities, Road Districts, School Districts and all forms of Municipal Obligations. Dallas, Texas **i. ■ '• A We take particular pleasure in greeting members of the Lions Club in District Convention at Borger, March 8, and congratulate the entire citizenry of Borger upon the occassion of the "Wonder City's" 2nd anniversary. ■ -! 4*. r- •. , ■■■ v- * - v «■ * .... e-. -«• *> *(*-<&

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

* r aypww*,!'"" " :m ' . '■""" ' niUlW^T.MAKCll 8, 1928. Hire- TUP: ttftHMKIt I'Alf.V IIKHAI-n PAGE SEVEN a i I «? * * If %} 6 * %> * (w f v ? - 1 7. ji i •in FIRST PASTORS SOLVE PROBLEM IN RELIGIOUS WORK OF BORGER J iiresent church officials arc ntnldnj?, •>>" Rev. J. V. . Hon., intMoutfe < > I !)al-jiilt, ('fjy Hal! whore ,«>rv'ic( ; are < on plana for (he erection of a new I1111 evangelist. Itev. Boultinf. j rlucterl regular)* under ilirertloti of modern church building. Baptist Church - - ' - ■ W- Obstacle: In Path of Progress Fail to Halt City's Young Ministers MORE YET TO DO Plans Under Way For Erection Ol Buildings and Fur- thering Work FIRST PASTOR Those who first came to Borgei doubtless did not rea- lize that workers of teh Lord likewise were establishing the foundation for what should af- ford future citizens an oppor- tunity to worship. Many obstacles confronted the first missionaries and the small congregations \v h i c h first sought a foothold in ...

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