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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

; '■<# lip* m i ' í V^N ' iv'; ? | PffW flgW8E psMpnfp '«Jjottdl- |f neái, warmer in southeast portion. V'frí'-r^&íi ¡1 ■ i :r p. ■■ ;5f'-:aife . J- IM; ~ •v* MiüM Jpr $ vi,' ' V'-'.- • > • ' '■ %[ ■ N — ■ , ¿;. . < .' .; •-<**■' * ' ¡Sffi •• * | *.- * .**&*. >.-' . ■•■<;y>y • ■' ■■;•. .:. !? .\K-, «•*• •- >••. . ■ tVjtfA ' /, |g ^P* «a *. v/m •• JmSK&fKKM ■ ■A a. i V Ift '# <I4|m AI* OFFICIAL CATION, CITV OF BORO KB, TEXAS Sil 104 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, f^XAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1927 mm* AMERICANS KILLED IN CHIN I 1 y w V V -Í 111 \\ f i v «*■ WALKER IARRES1ED __________ T ' POWERS HAVE ISSUED ULTIMATUM TO CHINA OKLAHOMA OFFICERS SAY MAN WANTED IN BORGER IS NOT HELD Sheriff Ownby And Two Deputies Have Gone To Oklahoma After Man Charged With Buchanan Killing, Is Report Texas mews -'v.. It is reported this morning that Sheriff Joe Ownbey and deputies Kenyon and Brown left yesterday for Oklahoma City, where they hope" to receive in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

i i f :i IR jur i to Pl t- opment m lucér, Df being a - proves up and the e south of V. —„ , JO !•' pen it e! ant he may even 8eek his o' •herfff again. Of course, It will be 18 months 'ore I return bi t I'm going bftGjc" iller smiled as he sat in his cell it the city Jail Wednesday. —— o AROVIXG IN BAPIRO t'ÁSK and the possibilities luction north and west are unlimited. aion well, designated as 1* Jasper, Js located Ip block M-23, T. C. Ry., lutchinson county, less |e hundred yards from the É¡t corner of the Stinnett te. came in Monday afternoon, rith the drill but four feet in the ayj The well ia npw showing about million feet of gas and there is a iiKÍred feet of oil In the hole. The driller in charge stated that, had he drilled another foot, he is convinced that the well would have started tó spray, but owing to the fact < that theer is several hundred feet of open hole it was decided to stop drilling and run the six inch casing as the formation showed a tendency to c'ave. WI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

XVVvx Campaign I '$861.00 Late model Chevrolet Landau—the first grand print —was urchased from Gibson Motor Company and is now on exhibit;,) in sheir show rooms, where Salesman will be pleased to demonstrate this ¡legant motor car. April 2nd SECSSM ! .£3193 S X s s S SEVENiH Ü name I i chased from . and riis ¿J played by the Lewis Hardware Co. Not only = ONE OF THE MOST USEFUL ARTICLES A HOME. IT'S RE/ LI/ AN ORNAMEN J i ! (fñNvr -4 y-$ $578, i a'';: model FrvM Coupe ~H«-v.;uf from the Hutchinson ''oi-nly A' hibition in their show >• ¡m: versal car. out- J h,' ,^e ■iiuiiffiMuii::! ¡ !ií.fcMIE'!: hj u i ? nnHJiim s ,111H ■■■■lljjjiiiaw aató fe^ní! ÜSi&ii't'i, Ífí t¿d¡¿¡í£ f |Éi$P • ¿riiii iWliinfegj $*" f| m SIXTH PRIZE $175.00 Beautiful Four Piece Bedroom Set, purchased from Dun- away Brothers. Isom and now displayed in their store room. This furniture must be seen. You'll need no urging to try for a prize like this. FOURTH PRIZE $225 00 Brunswick PL.i ;i. graph. purchased fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

mms * I m é 1.U cmnr 2.00 1.80 .TO 70s Us V B Year 98.00 ■3T1S& & od the publisher* liability or reapon* custody or return, total, however, to net or misplaced in FOB ÁLI, DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any individual, „ incern or corporation that may ap ¿pear in the columns of the Herald, will be í gladly corrected when called to the atten- of the editor. It is not the intention newspaper to wrongly use or injure individual, firm, concern or corporation rections will be made when warranted I iinently as was one wrongly published J article. ft w rer Must Forestall Fatal Pestilence 0 . When guns bark on Dixon street, and one man, or two, t.falls dead, there is much fu- ?}*ore raised. And rightly so. Lives of men are not play- -Cjthiilgs to be snuffed out at ~W pleasure by murderers. When men are shot down, *■{ that is called'murder. What will we call it if pest- ilence, borne on t^he hot sum- mer winds which: tvíII sw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

% mmM m ««i:-; mm (¡&M - Í V' ,te v. 7 sl j-%] r- . r V'- i' <>.'-. *j ' Aife S" Sü ;• ÍPV; mm m ■ < i±T u é&S- ',& - Wtl 5'® o BC O T - SF A %&£ 1 AJ i <T6/ We are making big reductions on everything in the store during the nine days of this sale. Nothing is Veserved and each article has a real price cut on it. All new spring goods, fresh from the factories, just unpacked. In our ladies department we have nothing but spring goods. Our store was stocked with the new goods when we opened a month ago. All the latest styles, modes and creatklbs are offered in women's wear in this sale. For men, here's an opportunity to get the latest in ready-to-wear, from the foot to the head, in the latest styles, at a big reduction. All new, up-to-date apparel that has been selling fast this spring at much higher prices. All the merchandise offered in this sale is high class, nationally advertised in the popular brand*. Everything for men and women is offered in this sale...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

Hi ■ü ■ ;í FIRST STORE IN BORGER now a rmean AND THIS GREAT SALE WILL BE RECOGNIZED AS THE PRICE-MAKER OF HIGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE IN ALL WEST TEXAS „ STARTS FRIDAY, 9rf)0 A. M. COME WITH THE JOLLY CROWDS -SEE A REAL SALE THAT WILL PUT CIRCLES AROUND ALL FORMER ATTEMPTS AT PRICE-MAKING. COME FRIDAY 9:00 A. CARP N 1 ■ TO IT S FREE! $50 in Money and Merchandise Friday, 9. a. m. m With The Boys In Training Camps ;t NEW YORK, March 24. — (API — The current baseball season, as far ap most fans are concerned, can now be declared opened. Babe Ruth, his wnr club strange- ly silent for three weeks of the trin- ing campaign, pried off the lid with a bang, three of them in fact, while the New York Yankees chastised the Boston Braves 16 to 7 at St. Pet res- burg Wednesdí* V ; " T the fami- w n■ ana-out homers, the third was held to two bases as Balie hobbled around on a game left leg. Brooklyn took another on the chin from the Washington Senators. 4 to 2 at Clearwater. The New York Giants wandere...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

¡Jt-íafij itea; Two cent par word per inaertlon; throe ioaerUon (or five cents per word, in «ilTance. FOR BALE—We have numerous calln for hotels, restuurants, residences and business locations. List your property and ventáis with IJIevans and Barb, Fiyr's Hotel, Main Street. 101 -if FOR RENT FOR SALE ISOM RE81 In Bout Lots 50 Prices, $100 t orger $:J50—Term ISOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgrs. Phone 120 CHEAP—Old News ng purposes. Call at FOR SALE good for wrapping v fVailv Herald Office. All want ada are FOR HE NT—Two room furnished house, gas and electricity furnished, inquire at brown house, three blocks west Ahtinc. Ser- vice -Station. $45.00 104-Htp FOR RENT—New wetT-built house, quiet place to live, rooms $7.00 week. Why pay more. 2 Enochs west Depot. 104-litp OFFICER FOR RKNtT- locatiOn. Plains Hotel. -Central downtown 98-tfc «J X FOR 8AfcE—Willia-St. Claire Sedan. $700 A steal. Bee Blackburn at Herald office. -JL— FOR SALE—Good 4-room house and ga- rage, located in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 March 1927

ja í',-" , k:>'v. ■' v:- . \ ' M SAV POP-«S TlifS THE \ OWE where THE auv SA^S 1 TOTHe coMDüaroR *z'd <ser OFF AND WAUK eor My VAFE ooesnt eviPecTHe SEftoRe TrtETPVMN t«5 DUB? * — \WeU-, QO AttEPiD AMD Teu. vr — That's a QOOD STOR.V,' if & that'S •r-WHv? AVU)«. 01B2T BY NEA SERVICE. I BATTLE PROMISED NOW a OVER HOI NDAHV LINES •; ■ "3; LUBBOCK, March 24.— (AP)^- ■ «4 Lubock, Crosby, Hockley and Terry «óunties have been drawn into the Impending long legal fight over County boundary lin.es in this part of the state in the original answer of Lynn County filed in district court fre today in connection with an ln- nction recently granted Garza fcpunty by the court restraining the Wrmer from continuing a survey U>en under way seeking to establish boundary lines. *: The duit goes back to an act of Texas legislature approved Aug- Bpt 21, 1876 creating counties in the western part of the state, and Charges that no true survey has ever Ifceen made of boundary lines, that each cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

• f ¡1 r K T ] mm > SÉ& 8. WOMEN ISTREATED BY CHINESE AT NANKING M#* ■} Zamba CANTONESE STRIP REFUGEES; SCHOOLS AND HOMES BURNED Foreigners Flee «lists Loot Kill As Nbtion- And WOMAN SHOT Bombardment Postponed Till Refuges Are All Safe WASHINGTON, March 25,—(AP) —Brutal mistreatment of many Americans, including women, by Chi- nese soldiers in the nationalist uni- form at Nanking was officially re- ported to the navy department today by Admiral Williams, who forwarded a report made to him by Rear Ad- miral Houg at Nanking Clothing was stripped from the women and they were otherwise mal- treated the report said, adding that in one instance a Cantonese officer HN i fa Tina' Ghirdardi. Portuguese danger, who with her sister, Pucci, has been feted for her rendition of Zamba, an adapta- don of the Portuguese in the Üttfted States. Tina is shown here with a 700-year old shawl presented to her by Queen Vio toria of Spain. "OMnErwm. ■EETSUHMY Borger Marksmen To Hold Their Regular Week...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

I m.- %£■ „ _ TULSA. 6|Ú¡& * Ed ','Strangler" title as the, world'* ch arítet ¿en last night, rfe defeated jack Looker,' Kaunas automobile salesman, in two ^traigbt falla with a series ol' headlocks. . iT ^houuO 0£. VSHEKi tW. RED 0ULL C0M6.S PoPPlU' ^ROOMO, -fwtw'u. B£. NO WVOR& UOAf,lM OO-lOÓKITIM COME ! AUOMC? 1 trt"E.A6*Lfe'=> O MORE ~ uH-J StovNüüt. iteM - P-<^ S ST -feS-1 - jsdBwBreOdlli ROBlMS ARfc AQOUT 1" OycK IF- IHEV ^Üi^T l DO, 3«hhü Í Sheriff Teller Au4 Party Off To Prison % PMHi El_2_ ■ * *r WHO K\LLEO COCK ROB\M HOUSTON.^ March 25.— tAP)— former Sheriff Raymond Teller and his chief deputy, R. P. Brandt, of Willacy county, were among 16 Fed- eral prisoners who left Houston Thursday with Chier Deputy Marshal W. H! Meyers and Deputy Marshal IS. H. Hutchinson for Leavenworth Penitentiary. Teller and Brandt héld aloof from the other prisoners. They are under sentence of peonage char- Qne of these áiew towns down in Winkler county, recently receiving considera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

■ 1 . ■-m IP pMwpPffl (•' r. . ■.*:' t_- '..'■ •. * Iv1 '■ '& ' :. >■ ' ?•-" "Í :r • •, «V «*, ' ? <:vW'ki':*? -*#7 , V .;*>/ • . .V>V"¡¡Í « T ■' • . . .. < . fj%s-■•• ' if'-.«"? '■ i :- - s ' -w.' ■ M ■ ' ■' • H • i * :v. ' ■ " ' '^3 I r I, jm| f ( LN \ y- V"! yrijj* TO w TT,^~ ~ i *?v T ~ , /rv; v r. 4,i ' ■ H )RCiER DAILY HERALD r** I * § I The response is Great. Every one Knows aridappreciates the mighty price Concession made at this Store and are Buying their Spring and Summer needs in wearing apparel at terrific reductions. Our First Sale We do not have sales often but now we are offering the buying public the most sensational savings all over this Big Store of Quality Merchandise.—Come again Saturday. Everything will be in readiness. $20.00 IN GOLD SATURDAY AT Carpenter Dry Goods Co Store Open 'til! 11 P. M. Tonight Í 5k § First Phone Exchange Still Operates 'Voice with Smile' One of Power Mining Coal—By Hand NEW HAVEN. Conn.. March 25. Is probably experien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

% i i mum , i «MlvaWtly «ntitlad '¿¡cation at «II saw* it or not otharwis* r and «lia tha local .-'Jrv > BKnjtglj ¡t>" • * ¡>H KATES BT HAIL IN * • * yaar ma mo. mo. Sonda*—Í7.6# «4.0# 8.00 70c .. 1.00 2.85 1.80 50c „ 2.50 US .70 10c BIT CABBIES IN CITY Par Month 8 Year 70c *8.00 _ unsolicited article , manuscript*, let- • «tod picture* aent to The Herald are •t tha owners ri*k. and the publishers " r repudiates any liability or rea pon- for their sate custody or return. utmost care will be taken, however,, to ms^ that^they ara not lost or misplaced in l>HONl II FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PDBLIC AW erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation " that may ap pear in the columns of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to Wrongly use or injure any individual, firm, concern 0{ corporation and corrections will be made ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

mm db I? fc WP.^m —n #:;pj Í* S' Ipfpfp1W**M- ÉtMjtgtfi' " • * íiíííééémmbéíéÍMKIíisI^^^^W j^<a MB ■■■-- >/>.■ Afc" ; &y. { i wvea v| V* I7- t 12 years of age, Alice Grotte is í he chief heir to an eslate of S125%- '000 left by her father. Charles Grotte. Omaha real estate man. Alice lives with her . mother in UlibvauHee. v Gulf's Hendricks In Winkler Comes In SAN ANGE dto; March 25.—(AP) i—Milkier cojunty today ¿ave indi cations of attaining rank with Rea- gan, Upton, Crane and Pecos coun- ttea in heavy toil production through t^e drilling in; cl' its second well by the Gulf Production Company. Gulf's Number 1 Hendricks began flowing' Thursday at the rate of 397 barrels ay;day and increased during the "qight to 200 barrels hourly as the hole was deepened. It had dropped this morning to 125 barels an hour. The pay was topped at 2,824 feet and was penetrated to 2,842. fl Moody Sets Dates For Special Session AUSTIN, : March 25.— (AP)— Governor Dan' Moody today officially ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

f.-í 'íSV -.a: -■ "-'ir &333S . ;,, • • t., T11E BÜKGISH DAILY 11 g ■■■ " , ÍH*uj '*V(. .<# >^ r *4 '>e.^k«A t.'f*5:; on mm m shanghai-now a city of I" "-' 'H'j'.'t1 ..'irWBg^B m ■ - ■ ; í?s4i'® 't&r<m0¿ ^Süíábiás M) i"'' ■ ->yyv :,' . -.-i- •'•¿Ü--1 WfflpSa -&■ 'f f* A AJA <i¿.Ú! £Á&« .Tfcv ¿gMÉ«M aa. '■ .jaMBUE - '■flu ■M * ' U / 'fc ' «* V> at WtilPrWméw Ar^rTi ^ <J p í m «Ni.": í Bl'HGLARK IX PKISOX OKSfUUJfeE. ".ólta., March 2.— Credited with the capture ot 18 criminals, Midnight Sun, a thor- oughly trained German police dog, occupies no sniall place in the hearts of law-abiding citizens of Okmulgee. Seven burglars now are in the state penitentiary us a result of his activities. SV SIMKK TEMBLORS KKARRD HY WAVERTRER TiÉXAN^AXn BWOK Douglas, Arlti—Ouy L. Waggoner, Jr.. Tori Worth, was killed and bis brid# of less than a weak died of In- juries suffo'r'ed In 'an automobile wreck near here Thursday while on their way home from Hollywood, Cal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

% ,p?ff ",*! AftCTH 28; *1027 ' Ti -i IB"' w r * " ü mX&E W, Í' > ■■'"•' "'• «•!; a*. .■' ,j /J Í % $0 AW. THE 80RGER DAILY HERALD Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results A i h llllit \ Apt* : Two (¡puts p«r word p?* ioaectiou; cuh in advance. three, lnwrtion torvfivu cents per wofd, All wajit ads are Í FOR SALE FOR &ALK—We huve numerous calls for hotoln. restaurants. reni deuces and business1 locutions. List your property and rental* with Blevau* uud Buró, Purr's Hotel. Main Slreet. 101-tf NOTICK l riv Saturday. Kxpeu« eH Rooms. I0OM REHII>EXCE IU / Roút h Norger U.ts 50 by J40 feet Prices, flOO to $:55U~Teiuts 1BOM TOWN SITE CO, Hiultrli and Henderson, Mgrs. Phone 120 iviütf Cadlfyfy to Uen u*e«. See ijfyrdv at Wicli / ver J hita I 10'J-4tp of hie work. I When the county clcrlc move:, | into the court houxti and the *nwn-: Kite company Into leliir new quar- tern at. the hauk. the entire (•ulld- inf? will be used for post. office! jpurpoHe . This will give the pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 March 1927

J It 1 ANN-1'UBB AU, r16ht ik a few t>avs \* IN MV joints S X S don't lct it get the eiist of yoo-Gc And see dr. kortz- he'll examine yoo for fifteen dollars HE. D HAVE A SWELL CHANCE OF FlMDlUQ IT'. Y/KU, q. 927 oy nea service. inc FRKKDOM FOR THE LADIES Mme. Lcniua says Russia is till ótily country in the world wheri women really are emancipated Maybe the men open the cans foi them over there. . . . Doesn't realize that, every woman it America today has her own Dieti . . . An eastern writer says somf of the finest dishes used to b« cooked in paper bags. Sow they're carried home in paper bags and ready to eat when the bag's opened. . . . An Indiana man ii suing for divorce because his wife co'oked only one meal for him in their two weeks of married life. Maybe he's better off than he thinks. . . . Two Chicago women t Trfead th&t the drudgery of house- 'keeping be abolished. There's a fortune in it for the man who in- veuts a can opener that runs by1 motor. * • Today's headli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

• • ' •.,11 &ffil _ L7 ft , jJPPlfl '"•■ ■ -■' •'>'. ' -'CÍ' • •• "•■ rÍ • ' ;\ 1 *-*>"■■"■ •■• - *■'.-■ " • •>" • ' - ■ • , '/-v.- .• •• " - • • •' *•' - ■ * "V-f" ^ ja'*-* :JL '■ ' ;'T. ¿ *"\ ▼ ■ ^w'TB ' ' /«N fl 1 ^ ^ I- ■- ■ s H H i ■ jÉkJ ▲ M I f ▲y H H ■ A. I W i Í : <■:■'/ unday and Hon- j| ', Sunday and Mon- ... cloudy showers In south light to fresh to southerly coast. ff ■ -fii«*rr«iT - v; OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGBR, TEXAS í—KO. 106 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, MARCH 27, 1927 s f f ( < ARKS SLAIN, POPE JO Y RAMSEY QUITS RACE FOR MAYOR 200 PURSUE LOOTERS OF OVALO BANK Wife Witnesses Fatal Shooting at Stinnett P. O. POSSES CHASE BANBITS WHO STOLE S4.000 Old-Time Man-Hunt Follows Raid in Town Near Abilene ON HOT TRAIL VAN NOY ONLY OPPONENT TO JOHN MILLER After 13 Days 10,000 Acre Pasture Near Cro&s Plains Scene of Pursuit ABÍLKNE, Tex., Mar. 2<>.— (AIM —Two hundred men were comb- ing a 10,000 acre pasture, 11 miles; west O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

¡1 tragedy ál the gave a softer actjvlty in Borger. . a wee bit softer. t?d the castoinary r subsided F.afftclenlly noticeable,, and dances voughout all of the halla " at something had oc- mpen the nsnal even- retSTry. For little Edna Schumaker, 19 i'S old and just heKinninc; to see c world with womanly eyes, was sad. A life that had begun in an or- anage, then guarded by a repnta- ul<- i'umjly, and of late confined to a BorgPr dance hall, was checked fust as it was beginning lo Modín. She was popularly known as "Dftl- j.'.. jas," and. her largo brown eyes and T. Imiling face were rnigluy attrac- ¿ions nt the Palisades. •'/' "Dalias?" ."ame to Burger last Xo- 'vember and proceeded to see the óütside world through dance hall ' portals. Night after night she danc- ed, happy that she might be earning her own livlliood and dreaming of days to come when she might re- turn to a place called home. She was alone in the world; her foster par- ents had died, and she was thrust upon the mer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

*f v" m mm H • • i - ; - . •. THE BORIRÍR DAU.V HERALD ■ ■." 'i . 1j«5i • . "'i ..'.' ,:'- 'V--- í s>A ■ rMitS! "" .1 mm t- • t ifj.il It? V«: ÉMRS>& -mh'' ;.£' P¡ <*-:$ Küfl Our Fond Expectations Fully Realized r 1 ( Thanks to the buying public of Borger and surrounding Territory—The big Spring-Time merchandise Jubilee Sale at— ,• ¡ >. . A t 0¡ 'h \0Á L/h i- ■*. :• i $ i Ti CARPENTER Again is the biggest success ever known in our Magic City of Borger—the prices quoted in this saie are absolutely bona-fide, living squarely up to what we advertise and the people are carrying the goods out by the arm loads—one of the best stocks of the season's finest wearing apparel is now on display and ready for your inspection. A ¡ , f | ij 1 h"{ : if k ifl T Bel |H9 Ü 11 IÜB$Ü1 t rU'i Y The little green tag tells the story of cheaper prices on quality merchandise. Come! See! : m I ■§ ;• Hosiery Ladies' Spring Hosiery, in ;ill the new wanted colors, "Humming Bird" Brand, regular SI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

Ifó 1 to lii aver willing ,jht champion who picks up close of the match, tans are displaying ot anxiety over the ivent Monday night at t Bobby", who threw ®d- id featherweight cham- weeks ago but was ov- weight, yesterday an- d to the Borger Daily Herald ie Wks down to 125 pounds is the maximum class weight, it now ready for th^ title match. ,11, in Issuing a challenge to ' following his defeat here, has d to place his championship Sit in the ring when the two meet iondáy Qlght, winner to take the Wit and the gate receipts. In the itt. that Hobby is within the class 'lit and wins the match, he will me the world title which Beall held for several years. Although the wrestling card at the fo-jo club Monday night is to be :her large one with plenty of ex- itetnent and action, the go between ;ll and Bobby will be the liead- ir beyond doubt. Promoter Claud Marshall said yes fcy he is to weigh in the two ilestánts Monday night at 8 o'clock vt. béfore the match instead of at o'clock that a...

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