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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 March 1928

ACSB EIGtfT C-C ACTIVE IN CIVIC AFFAIRS FOR 18 MONTHS Organized In 1926, Business Men Sponsor City Development hi September 1! UG when Borger was struggling through the period 0(f Its Infancy, Borger merchants met tosefher and formed a Chamber of Commerce. W. K. Bullock, and M. Murphy are credited with the or- ;.^nizatiton of this first group of business men to hand together to pfomote better business aud trade and to act on such proposals as they fell best for the city. There were twenty-eight members in this ori- i'jiial group. ' Aria E. Ramsey, former president oi. the First National Bank here, was the tirst president of the Chamber of Commerce and Marvin Thomas was tin' tirst secretary. Two months lat- er a charter was granted the secre- tary of the state and the organiza- tion became very active in handling the numerous problems which con- fronted the early city pioneers. In January 1! 2T. Moe Steinberg, of Steinberg's Department store, wits elected president and Mr Thom- as re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 March 1928

ri Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best I way in which to Build your ! I Town. | j phone 13 JUUL DICABTMXasa 1 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF IIOK<;Ri:, TKXAS ! VOL. 2—NO. 92. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH !), 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS BORGER'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION IS F IAISED ■Y' -Y* 'Y- * # * * * * -Y- ¥ f ¥ ¥ ¥■ ¥ ¥ * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * * * * * * f ¥ * * * * # * A4 _L WANAMAKER, WEALTHY MERCHANT, D/ED EARLY TODAY O- o COLD RESULTS IN DEATH OF FAMOUS MAN Suffered Relapse After Report- ed To Be Nearing Recovery HAD 2 DAUGHTERS Carried $7,500,000 Insurance One of Largest of Policies ATLANTIC CITV, N. • ., March !> ( XT)—Hodman Wana- iiiaker, 05, head of 11 «* W'aim- maker sioics of New York ami Philadelphia, di< <1 line toda> of uraemia. II*' cauic io l is home here four weeks ago lo rrtovcr from a cold which la* had con- I laded. lie was apparently recovering Piitil In* sustained a relapse ten days ago. \Yananiak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 March 1928

1;: ■ ••£ THE BORGER DAILY HERALD § 'fir Rat Extermination War Is Being Waged AUSTIN". Texas, (AP)—Reason- ing that 0110 rat fiend In worth $:> t<; I l o community which it pltiug- ed, local Lackers of a drive against Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone 13 j for bravery. CLEVER AND PICTURESQUE FLOATS PASS IN REVIEW AT CELEBRATION DEPICTING CITY'S DEVELOPMENT She was the first wbnidii over to receive such an invitation. The oc- casion was the aunual memorial nervtye tor more than threescore Culver men who were killed in the world war. Mrs. Walbrldg was -a Salvation Army worker in the war and was under Are 250 days. She was KB*1*-,,. . „ , , .... , . , ... the rodent -figures that school cliild- ec twice and received twi citations i , . , .. 1 reu here iiave around $.5,000 for (heir parents. Walter Davis, Travis county farm afcout, anonunced that 1,000 rats al-i ready have fceen killed and that the j 200 mark is being aeared by more: than one boy. The New Sweden rural school held ! high mark...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 March 1928

I' II I 1 ' t\ 1 , iVI YV Ul II I )_..V — ~ I ' 9 t i i QUIT Closing Out Entire $10,000.00 Stock of Groceries, Canned Goods, Meats, Fixtures 3ffi FRIDAY, SATUDAY. MONDAY m LIMIT BOY ALL YOU WANT Everything Festively Must Be Sold by Mon. Night Regardless of Cost A* IB IflCC VH SIP flllll NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY GROCERIES AND nr lirpr flr Br CftttDV UUH LUOO-VUUII UHiil MEATS AT FAR BELOW WHOLESALE COST IIEJfL Or DL dUlfill -as^susaemEs^smmmxi'. ATTENTION! Grocermen We Will Sell You Case Lots of Merchandise at Far Below Regular Wholesale Cost LARD 4 lbs. 59c llll IIIIHIIIWIMII 1111—1 I: i M. E. or i c;I- gers, Z lb. can 97c South Borger, (Isom) In Pennsylvania Hotel BIdg. EGGS Strictly Fresh, No. 1 Ooz. 25c Reg. 50c F. F. Or G. Sliced PINEAPPLE 3 cans 95c Ret?. 40c Cans ifSWICK S can 25c Tall Cans APRICOTS In Heavy Syrup 2 cans 35c Res?. 30c No. 2 BLACKBERRIES | cans 31c Reg. 40c Del Monte LOGANBERRIES 2 cans 4|c Reg. 40c Santa Fe SEEDLESS GRAPES or GOOSEBERRIES can 25c nHBHaMnaoBK ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 March 1928

NEVER LOOK THE SAME , Inc. If. NORRI8 tereu • ieeond-ci&M matter No vein b«r 23, 19:46, at the pout office ut borger. Ttna, under the *ut of March 3, 1897. MKMBEK ASSOCIATED PRESS Tfce a#u ot'i#:ed 1'rens I* exclusively en titled to the use fdr republication . <if all uawe dtHputchen credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local news published herein. m SUBSCRIPTION HATES BY MAIL IN * ADVANCE i 6 a i YEAR MO. MO. MO. ETenlof and Sun 17.50 4.00 J2.00 70c Rveuiog Only . 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Bundrny Only — 2.50 1.35 .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY P«r Week Per Month ' By Ye r 20c 70c $S.OO I °S^U5 '• i £o ' W All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let ters ind pictures sent to The Herald are sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- pressly repudiate any liability or t^jponsi- bility'for their safe custody or return. The utmost care will be taken, however, to see that they are not lost or misplaced in this office. PHONE 13 FOR AI L DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO TH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 March 1928

Mmv RwBHHMBKHmM | SCHOOL MEET IN BORGER TO • BE MARCH 13 Interscholastic League o f County In High School Building Tim InterHcliolastic Leunue of Hutchinson county will he held at the liiRh Helioo! buildlnp in Hoi'ger March 23 ami 24. Friday nisht, March 211, declamation, debating and cxtemperoim speaking will he the main leauite.s of the program. The following day. Saturday. .March 24, various literary and all the atli- li<ic contests will he held. The Intei'scliolastic league was or- ganized by the State University for the purpose of assisting iu prepar- ing boys and girls for citizenship. In tehse school activities they learn punctuality, obedience, orderliness, regularity. industry, cooperation, team work and that public senti- ment and the desire for fair play are the ruling forces that lie needs practical standards more than he needs ideals of conduct. Thus lay- ing the foundations for life work in the industrial world. Much more could be said of the benefit of the l.eagne ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 March 1928

V i'' v"Vj-. 'Vs* ■'' 'i I-J . '.j,.:' :>• i - • ' S • 'f>. (SiS&Wift HIS BOUT 0 V 1: n s) C rr is r( (1 m d. h; fa w lif sil m re W m< in< th th- th« tui wr ca ad tie t an; cei 8U j TENSE NOR LONG PNOGNM Monte and Murdock Given a Draw; Haley Knocks Out Freddie Young WON BY A FREAK Kopecky Gets Fait \fter More Than Hour While Dutch Has Split One of the must ouslantling fea- tures of Borger'a second anniver- sary celebration was'the athletic ear-1 nival yesterday afternoon at the Rig theatre, use of which was donted hy teh Griffith Brothers Amusemenl company. Eddie Murdoch and Wilei-j cat Monte fought -to ;i ten-round draw. Jack Morison and Pewee Rob- erts, in a four-round go were even- j ly pointed, while Freddie Young lost1 a technical knockout to Jerry Ha-1 lay in an eight-round special event. Joe Kopecky won the wrestling bout from Dutch Mantell in (M minutes: with a freak foil Probably the outstanding feature, on the entire athletic program was the boxing bout be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 March 1928

V * t JPRIDAY 1928. AY, MARCH 9, A1LY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results THE BORGER DAILY HERALD © &Sb!5rt Sons- PAGE SEVEN - RATE: Two cents per ^vord per insertion, three insertioni 'or five cents per feord. All want a.ls are cash in advauce. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candiates, subject to the action of tlie Democratic Pri- mary, July as, I U 2S. For County Judge— W. It. flOODWIN For County and District Clerk— ON'A BUY AX For Sheriff and Tax Collector— .JOE OWXUKY J. XV. (.lojiiuiy) JONES CliACDE mmitheks E. L. UNTKOX For County Tax Assessor K. B. LASATEU For County Superintendent— MIS ONA MAXAHAN ' For County Treijseui'er— J. M. HEDGEC'OKJO, -Ir. For County Attorney— HEX BY I). MVEItS C. I). WORKS For District Attorney .1. A. HOLMES C. S. WOBTMAX . CI'BTIS DOI GLASS For County Commissioner— WILL OBBICK FOR SALE MAIN. PIIONK 7 '•. H o t £ < • f'OIl KALK-r One store building and t w <• room residwii...

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

i H -... . - , • tfiER DAILY HER AM) FRIDAY MAR( 11 9 1028. IWE LEAD-OTHERS FOLLOW] 1 Bar of SOAP With every lb. of Delmar COFFEE AT 45CLH EXTRA SPECIAL SUGAR Pure Cane Saturday - Specials - Monday With $1 Purchase of Bulk Coffee 10 Lbs. EXTRA SPECIAL KOTEX Genuine 60c VaL And KLEENEX A VALUES That Will STAND The Acid Test \i t' I1''' PRICES THAT SHOUT FOR MERCY! FREE New Spring HAT With Every COAT PURCHASE Buy f> Coat And Get a Hat FREE Grocery CTriMDCDr > Specials O 1 LlilDLlVU For Saturday and Monday Choice Meats at Special Prices Smoked Sugar Cured Andov^r Strins lb. No Limit PORK CHOPS Nice, Lean, Lb. PORK ROAST SLICED BACON > « Puritan 1-Jb. carton, CHUNKS dry salt, FREE!FREE! BROOMS 5-Tic Medium W eight • $1.18 Value Buy one for 59c and Get one FREE RICE * Quality Pounds {-CM FLAKES tiOr Si/: 2 Packages •ga——iiihhiiiiiii.j 29c a bulk, 3 lbs. 2§c PANCAKE FLOUR, 20 val. 11c 3-oz. Bottle OLIVES Stuffed Spanish Bottle 14c 10 bars limit, 10 bars SOAP cTL„Ttor 37< /-v ~...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 March 1928

" . - . «j.. .. ' • | Buy what you need in buay, j | bustling Borger. Patronizing { | Home Enterpri«e ia the Beat j way in which to Build your * !way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 iu Pirmnuun OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BOHCJER, TFXAS VOL. 2—NO. 93. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS CITY COMMISSION REJECTS RATE PROPOSAL V■ * * * # * ¥ * * # * * ¥ ¥ * * >(. * * # * * * * * * ¥ ¥ Y ^ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * * * BRIEF FILED BY COMMISSION DENIES OVERPRODUCTION WAR DECLARED AGAINST MAJOR OIL COMPANIES Content of Document Scores Tactics of Operators In Shutdown CITES 1927 DATA Review of Figures Discloses Shortage Last Year In Crude Output AUSTIN, March I". (AIM Steps in alleviate; over-production in the Texas nil fields were taken here to- day )>y a conference of 100 oil op- erators with the state railroad com- mission. 'fho conference passed a resolution recommending that the commission apoinl an umpire for the Winkler county liield where over-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 March 1928

nou< , •. «MB«f HI *ND4 V MAtfCH U, ■- ■ • — FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OTHEfe trftN(iS ON HS MIND JUST NOW! By Blosser GAINST TRUCK Better Roads Bring Modern Machinery tto Remote Places "DOBBIN" GQNE Report From Chicago Shows How Power Ha* Retired Anirnals Vf-uue -me boat TWAr CARRIES PCECKLES AA>D MIS UMCLE AARPV 7D AFRICA IS JM 7JAST TWfioes OP A TROPICAL- AUJ5C|CAA)£, LET'S <SO BA^k. AOA\£ AM) Uv'MATS 60IAJS O/O 7A£R£ . -A 11 jusr/vS x TUOosm AB'S A/WW A C?OC9 T/,\A^.'7AA7 AE^" F02s£rri/o' /ll / A30UT US--" /~A- iWc\jo IT:' H.v K. H. 1HKFY Motor trucks are invading; the last strong hold of the horse. At tho uft of 3 fl27. 2.9 !."t,S8R trucks were eartius goods In practically every hook Had earner i>t the United Sla- tes. nil increuse of slightly more than one-sixteenth over 192t>. Gasoline trucks, are today haul Ins 7 7 per i t-n. of ^Chicago's pro-! duct!# and. supplies, accord Ins to a study* by air Illinois tract; associa-1 lion. Only . a decade ago Dobbin! Was d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 March 1928

kY, MARCfl W, 1928. ■ 'Pyio; © 7> tion of two of Ilia famous paintings "Dance of rtie Nymps" and "Sj>ii iik '' added in licit to the pro- gram. Mrs. Joe A. Hives entertained tlie < lul) with her story of the life of Verdi, and I wo of Ills famous operas, f Her first selection was Kigletto aud | to add to the beauty of her story, she played "Hi Vendetta," sung by Barrientos ami Stracclari. She then nave an interestiuK description LOVKLV PAltTV MAItLAM) itltllXiK of "II Trovatore" and played AX ltfULLll'S CAM I* ! (it'll K.N TKKTAIX KI) "U'Amouri Kulli Ati Hosee" suns by Tuesday afternoon found five tab-j Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. Curtis en-1 Tetrazzlnl and "At Nostri Monti'' les surrounded by smiling faces, | tertained Thui'sday evening at 7 ! :ll|w by Homer and Enrico Caruso, drawn shades aud. the soft evening o'clcok with a bridge dinner party1 The n<\i meeting will Mrs, Ray Haggard Phone J3 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Daily and Mrs. Jimmy Daily and two sons of Amar- illo are spending...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 March 1928

UMiir T T - ■ ■ tv I I m Published at 102 South Main Street, Borger, Texas, every Evenlnif IDxcopl Saturday mui on Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARREN PUBLISHING CO., Inc. NEAL D. NORRIS Manager FINDING THE WAY TO THE ELEPHANT'S HEART Entered rh second-class matUv "ovembor 23, 192G, at the post office at Borger, Texas, unaer the act ot March 3, 1897. The Awociated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited tew it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year 6 mo. 3 mo. 1 mo. Evening and Sunday J7.5U $1.00 $2.00 70c Evening only 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Sunday Only - 2.50 1.36 .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month By Year tOc 70c _ $8 00 A11 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 l'or fbeir - afe custody or return. The utmo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 March 1928

STWJY; MAIU I) IT, nrznr (Continued from page i) Hungry. Thftif' religious distreHB and confugiou sorely touehiid (lie heart of Jesus, flc Ih always the compassionate Joiuk; especially cem- pai-iloiittte of Hpinituul destitutjon and need. The Miracle >|i-nl—vs. itK-M Tlui simple picturesquenesB of Mark's style stands forth beauti- fully iu this paragraph. Plainly wo see tile great company reclining —not sitting in orJerly ranks— order is heaven's first law- on the fresh green grass of springtime, iiy his inquiry, verse 28, Jesus appar- ently would contrast the few loa- ves that (hey had with the two hun- dred shillings worth lliat the twelve said wouldn't give each one a bite, j Again he insists Hint they shall do I their pari in the wonder deed. He! JeMiiH I'seil Ills Disciple* "Christ gavo the food to the dis- ciples und the disciples to the multi- tudes. He did not give it direct himself, but he uesd the ministry of the disciples. And if there Is one truth which ought to be re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 March 1928

pnday, march 11, 1928. HE CITY OF HAM BUR e A mmmm m $ :* ?W> fe-.W !- WrR^li S7^7',?^rse/£> V-H v —— « * 4- > ' f'i- > , --. -> , -J. . I ... . igfM la J*?s -^,',3? * • -4^^*. ■• «* tg was founded by Charlemagne, has ahvcys been the great coqimercUI centre ol northern Germany and was qo* ol the cliief members of the fsrooua Hanseatic league of free cities. The city has had toMr terrible misfortunes in its history — its almost complete spoliation under Napoleon and the great all-destroying fire of From these it recovered ■utd became the third greatest past in the whole of Europe. qoavnerce' and wealth be- came enormous. W UUAX HAVUFX HIESTON fjf HAHl.KMA g\e built a eastlo Mjr j ad ntrongly fort Med it at v ■ Hamburg as a defense apnlnst tlia Incoming Slavs. In S3! it o^Nitua Sill Kj-iftcopuj See and the * of oFVfilzation for northern Fv'^ope. The town was repemedly by«n«d und- plundered by .\orse- nVWt, 1")aii«s >jnt Slavs, but each t:fn« 7nore tb::. recovered its...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 March 1928

Mm ;! i w •; ' v ^ _ ...... r V-. ^,7" ,V/ • V:'A? : 4 ■ 4$*$? SUNDAY, MARCH 15)28. THE BORCFllt DAILY HERALD f'AGE SEVEN Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATE: Two routs per word per Insertion, three ln.scrttoru 'or Ave cents per word. All want ajs are cash in advance. political announcements 11 l i We Rre authorized to announce the following candlates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28, 1938. For County .Indue— W. I!. GOODWIN For County ami District Clerk— ON A BRYAN Sheriff ami Tax Collector—■ JOB OWN UK V J. W. (Johnny) JONKS I'LAC-RE SMITHK1W K. 1. LAXTRON County Tax Assessor S. It. LASATHB ^^or County Superintendent— For For MIS O.N A MANAHAN For County Ti-easeiirer— J. M. HKDGKCOKK, Jr. For County Attorney— HEN It V I). M V Kits C. D. WORKS For District Attorney J. A. HOLMES C. S. WOltT.MAN (CUTIS DOl GLASS For County Comniisslonci— WILL ORIIICK For County <'oniiiiissionci— Precinct No. '2 L. <;. Ilt.'ltKEY ! E FGH SAL...

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

" "3 "iv"' THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1928. IG SIGNS SEEN AS BOYS TRY OUT ARMS L&st Year'ft Successful Teams In Oil Field Talking It Over BANQUET FOR CAMPUS SMOKE EATERS INITIAL WHISPERS Although No Official An- nouncement Made; Ex- pect Town Club \\ iih the advent of spring-like weather prevailing for the past three cU.j. upaprontjy a tew of the bo.vs l i'h getting the old itchy reeling for I ball. Several small groups have ln.tii nil playing pitch and 110 doubt many would like to get a bat ami kwook out a few. Last tiunnier the city and oil Held teams played a very good sea- son before good crowds. ICighl tennis wore raked tip. including thv Marlaud. Prairier, Dixon Creek, Oil Well Supply, Continental Supply, i lira Id-.postoff ice and several others These with the other teams met on v.,'ions lots on the outskirts of the city once or twice each week and on Sunday afternoon. None of thicompanies have indicated as yet whether they will have teams out for combat ag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 March 1928

o % « /'I t, I I \ f t Buy what you need in busy, buatling Borger. Patronising Home Enterprise is the Beat way in which to Build your Town. ' Phone 13 Vi. DHPAMTMJUga VJk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OP IIORftEn, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 94. JL. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1928. -— PRICE FIVE CENTS ADMITS KILUNG THREE AT SULPHUR ' 'RINGS * H- X *f* * * * * # * * * * # * * * * * * * H- * * * •':* -Y- * * * 4OOO-BARREL GUSHER BROUGHT IN AT BOWERS POOL WELL FLOODS DERRICK WHEN FLOW STARTS Bit, Down 2,980 Feet, Drops Into Production; Near Other Holes NEW AERA OPEN Second Strike of 1,000 Barrels Comes 75 Feet Higher i Speria 1 io I'lli' i lerald i PAMPA. .March 12. Delanoy. 10s- lirk and Rieger No. li Jackson in tlic high production Mowers pool in Cray counnty came in last night for :i (low estimated ai I no it barrels. A second well, coming in south of the' Mowers pool today, is making 100(1 i barrels. Drillers were down approximate- 1> J*tS<) feet at 0 o'clock yesterda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 March 1928

TWO THE BORGER DAILY HERALD \.'V" ' f < 4, - \ « , MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1.028, Jorger iDaily Herald Published at 102 South Main Street, Bor- |«r. Term, ever; Evening Except Saturday, and on Sunday Morniug, by NTJNN— WARRF.N PUBLISHING COMPANY, Juc. HE LAMB HAS BECOME A ROARING LION ITBAL TV NOKKIS Mauagtr KEntcr toer 2:5. " * geeontf-ciass matter Novern at th* post oiTi< e at "Horser. T^xttw, umi*r tlu* act >f March 3, 1897. mbmbeu associated phkss Thr a v iu«-intetl l'rt-ss ig exclusively *d titled t<> tbi* use for republication of ull n-^va dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to thin paper ami ttiao the local news published herein. subscription ftatks by mail in ' AOVANCE i l « i; \ yraR MO. MO. Jin. I Kvei ■ Sun. . ? 7.r.O $4.0.0 $2.00 70c K HAJg Only - ''.'J" -.*•* 1 •r>0 &"«■{ fesiitiduy Only -.50 1.70 S0«* UY CAKRTKR IN city J , r WV>-k l' 1 Month By Year 20c 70c $8.00 All unsolicited articus, manuscripts, lot ters ami picture- s 'lit t<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 March 1928

Monday, march 12, i<>28. Tin-: noncpMi daily herald PAGE THREE ) # : •> I > 1/ '0 AILY HERALD5 Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATE: Two cents per word per insertion, three Insertlont 'or five cents per word. All want ads are cash In advance. political" announcements We lire authorized to announce the following candiates, subject to the action ot tlie Democratic Pri- mary, July 28, 1928. For County Judge— W. 11. «<H)I>\VI\ For County and District Clerk— ON A BRYAN' For Sheriff alui Tax Collector— .101: OW.VKEV J. \V. (.lollnny) JONES CI.AI'DE SMITHEKH K. I.. I.WTItON For County Tax Assessor S. It. I.ASATHIt For County Superintendent— MIS OVA MANAHAN For County Treaseurer— .1. m. hedoecoke, Jr. For Cownlj Attorney— HENRY I). MYERS C. I). WORKS I'or District Attorney .1. \. iioi.mes C. S. WORTMAN < t K'I'IS I>OI (i LASS I'or County Commissioner— Will. OK KICK i'or Count v Commissioner— I'rccinct No. - l„ ill ki.e\ FOR SALE WANTED Jlc...

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