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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 April 1927

—— '■ if■ ^^^PffiinmMiwBiii —■■■■'^" -■ ,' ■>' Eft ' r# -Egfe'^'-yw . • - a: í ¿:.fr í^'is '7 TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1927 —í| < I B i % / i i i MOM'N POP T 44 " THE BORGER DAILY HERALD f PJ < A GOOD PLACE BY TAYLOR ■ EUEN M0R6 STARTLING THftM THAT.' trs about pop -vo« know rvre BOUGHT A POP CORN PLftNTATiON-WGU., POP'S SET OUT TO OGT CONTROL CP THE BUTTER MARKET BY THE Time the FOPflOfiu V«WT IS IT.CHICK. havevoo Been MARRIED - DID VOU GET ft RAISE, OR WHAT? HELLO FOLKS-JUST DROPPED OVER tbSUP YOU SOME STARTLING NCWS IS RlPC OHjTHEYRE WORKING m cahoots on rue DEAL,EH? r CAHOOTS NOTHING.'SIMPLE MEANS THAT TVTE'S GONNA HAVE To BOH BOTTCR FOR HIS CORN FROM POPM-THEW WATCH YHE PRICE 60 RX NG — AND WAT(2« TH6 DOUGH ROU- INTO THE GUNN fAMlt-Y "WELL,THAT CeRTAINLY TAKES A LOAD OPP OUR MINDS €i\ C\ flbt OFFVOOR MINDS/ HOW DO Voo Bn.ioc ruar' ViELL, We've FALLC.N A LITTue BEHIND )N OUR BILLS ANO OUST DIDN'T KNOW WHERE TO TURN - MOW WE'LL STRUOOLc Through a litox Víhile longer and Torn T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 April 1927

i MxmMtM Into tlw ***«• .• . '• '■ ¿F «ilHW Of Rll. VW. to It or not other#iM •ad ateo th lile ON HATKS BY MAIL IN ADVANC* —ON® TEAM— ■Éfl P. yj ■ ■.a fe i. fi-iS ... I J- ■' • '< 'i f« r4n< Saaday.. ITtSO $4.M «•lit.-™ 6.50 'tM .1 «.SO 1.15 BY CARRIES IN CITY I 1 mo. mo. 1.00 75c 1.50 60c .70 10c J . Ywr «8.Q0 All ««¡licitad artio'U*. "maniucripU. 'let- id niotura ««at to The HetaW, Mr* /JpX *£ tói#\?ubrfe r - Sat their tats custody or return. , 11m aim oat care will, be taken, however, to M ttat -they ara not loot or misplaced in Ml ottiM. PHONK It FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS . NOTICE TO THE PUfiilc kflj qrrontou* reflection upon the character •Undine or reputation of noy individual. Arm, concern or corporation that may ap pear In the column# ol the Herald, will he gladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It ia not the intention flf tbia newapaper to wrongly use. or ipiure nay individual., firm, concern or corporation ftékl corrections will be made when warrant...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 April 1927

mm fll i t f tsmm Use Borger Daily Her ah$ Want Ads For Results •' / V , Ratos: Two cents per word per Insertion-; three Insertion lor five cents per word. All want ads are i cash In advance. ' FOR SALE FOR SALE Two Laundry Routes and Trucks bargain to be Sold at once Running $700 a Week Terms to Suit 412 Whitténburg Avenue after 7 p. m. FOR HALE CHEAP—*>ld Newspaper , food for wrapping purposes. Call at Borger >ai>y Herald office. 7r> tf FOR SALE—Extra good White Leghorn Pullets and Hens. Half miles west of Phillips school house. FOIi SALK—News stuml, good location, rioing good business. Will tuke cur as jjur' payment. Z Herald. FOR RENT I OR RKNT—Three room mmse, tinVnrnished, opposite telephone office on Harvey. In- quire Kmbros Hotel. l.'Jl-JJtp FOR WENT—Two good houses. Kent #M0. Dixon Creek Hospital, J 1-2 block east. i no-aip FOR kent—2-roour apartment, furnished. VVf.ter lights and gas furnished. See Cro^vlvy in apartment at rear of Herald of- fice. • t lO'J-.'Jt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 April 1927

schoo •sda/ |f? I , % :1th will be fouiyl by the city com- 1 health authori- se! hygenlc regu- These instruc- reserved Hundreds these instruction^ of charge by The be distributed free jl boys of Borger. 'afternoon, as the of The Herald and the tren to the move to bring t to decent conditions. lollce Were yesterday in- enforce all the hygenic particularly those in re- food handlers. 1 instructions as issued, follow: Toilets and Waste Disposal it hods Required at Borger and Other Requirements The types of disposal herein set fiiilCth are to be temporary in the case of «actions to be served by the sewer when installed. - fhe following OPTIONS are given, " Wta* In mind that all toilets and ■pools must be constructed and attained PLY PROOF. ( ) PIT PRIVY TYPE (get printed tl*uetions from city clerk). When type is used, a cesspool can be for wash and waste water. All neetions with cesspools must have TRAP DRAINS. The roof of ciMpools must be well supported and covered with dirt to make it...

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

I Wi fit i. i- |sv v ÍJ * * * * * * ASK NEW VOTE FuR MR ****** CHILD STRUCK BY HIT AND RUN CAR DRIVER «fefcí' NO. 133 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1927 CTORS URGE TYPHOID VACCINATI 9fi 9ft 9ft 9ft 9ft 9fr ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * TEN YEAR OLD ELLA BDNTIE HURT BY AUTO Driver Who Injured School Girl Early Today Goes On Without Stopping WILL RECOVER Police Seek Vainly For Man Who Struck Child and Drove On Victim of a hit-and-run motorist, tittle Ella May Buntie, 10 year-old Borger girl, was struck down and left lying in the street while on her way to school early this mcrning. The girl was taken to the Malone hospital by persons who were near the scene of the accident. She sus- tained severe head and body injuries, although not serious, according to physicianu it the hospital. No trace of the auto driver who struck the little lot and then sped without stopping., has been folind by police. Scores of schoo...

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

—MM I mi '%ñ i riac scotch milk, qflffee. . Coco apple'whip, cookies, graham nger bread. utter- ^ocoauut and fruit salad is ideal tor this lime of year when strawberries are not generi^ly plentiful. Fresh or canned cocoa- 5f - Votjr ."Tommy this and Tommy.that" has come into Ms'own again at Shanghai. The British troops shown m khove. lei by two qolonials bearing insignia of British power, ave the Gloucester* JUid the Durhams, who were tlie t'irst foreign troops to see real action in the rioting which followed capture of Shanghai by the Cantonese- Fhey arc pictured as they marched along Nanking road in Shanghai a shoyt time before the Cantonese attack. B • it P ri/ttv l*K Qnrte (jus I in tv r-tA T. Q. laid both long, bony hands on mows- panic which so suddenly she lied' was ¿, THIS HAS HAPPENED Three a^i-ls are selected by T. Q. her shoulders, Curtis tiom his depart liieur store <o| -Hut Navratil come into his h' V". as his wards for, , , , .. •Wive .year, because believes they ¡o...

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

■ ; í í !v, ?• w X .* í:mm' — «'• — <■ • «wstekn league __ No gáiúW scheduled. Beaumont 10: San Atitonio 3. . Houston 2; Waco 6. ShrfeVeport 3; Dallas 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE v Washington at New York, cold. Philadelphia 6; Bostoh 8. St. Louis 2; Cleveland 6. Detroit 3; Chicago 9. NATIONAL LEAGUE ChlCago 6; Cincinnati 8. New York 7: Brooklyn 2. Pittsburgh 9; St. Louis 5. Boston at Philadelphia, cold. If ' Where They Play Today WESTERN LEAGUE Amarillo at Lincoln- Oklahoma City at Omaha. . Tulsa at Des Moines. Wichita at Denver. ; Texas league 'Beaumont at San Antonio. Houston at Waco. ■Eprt Worth at Wichita Falls. Dallas at Shreveport. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis at Cleveland. Washington at New York- ,Petrdit at Chicago. Philadelphia at Boston. NATIONAL LEAGUE -Chicago at Cincinnati. ' Boston at Philadelphia. Nfew York at Brooklyn. READ 'EM AND WEEP WKSTEKN LEAGUE W. L. P.ct. Tulsa 10 1 Pet. Wichita (i 0 .6G7 Amsrillo 7 4 .636 Oklahoma City - _ 5 4 .556 Otoáha li 5 .545 Des Moines 3 7 .30...

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

mfímfírn T~ 1N * * 1 no. m , me <4.09 2.00 70c US 1.60 60c .Ú .10 Me BY C^IE5^C1T¥ B Y~ 70o (8.00 article*, maniueripts. let- i)icturca aeot to The Herald are ha owner riak. and the publishers _ repudiate* any liability or reapan- for tbsir aafo custody or return, t cara will be taken, however, to ' ara not loat or mláplaeed In rHONS II FOS ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC crronsoua reflection upon the character ■H or reputation of any individual, , concern or corporation that may ap in the columna of the Herald, will be lir corrected when called to the atten- of the editor. It is not the intention <* thia newapaper to wVonKly use nr iijjltrn •ny individual. Arm, concern or corporation and corrections will be made when warranted aa prominently as waa one wrongly published reference of article. Walking With God:—The steps of a good man are or- dered by the Lord; and he delighteth in his way. Though hie fall, he shall not be utter- ly cast down: for the Lord upholdeth him wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 April 1927

rfmwf' •< i y X f mrm1 Daily Herat* Wa*t Ads For Results . • i ■ 1 Two cent* par word per Iqiertion; three Insertion for five cents per word. Ail want ads are uJ&m FOR SALE FOR SALE Two Laundry Routes and Trucks Bargain to be Sold at once Running ¡j'.700 a Week Terms to Suit 412 Whittenburg Avenue after 7 p. m. FOR SALE OHBAP—Uld Noway food fur wrapping purposed. Call at > ily IIérala office. . i : i FO]l HEK'i'—Rftjff biittbi*, best ban locution in Borger for gro er.v,|di hi or© or other mercantile buMueaa. reasonable. Clin Mr. Lent •)), líuimey Mercantile Co., flovger. í Í12-iltji í'Qif RKNT--I'ur niched duplex a part mi Nev.'iy decorated. ¡Til .1 •- Wentherly. ina-fup ITHrt YiH'R CRKDIT KTN4f ON NKW FURNITURE TO UE jMIijfC COMPANY EMPLOYERS OB tOBElíTY PWNKHS. NO CIÍANUE IN KK#K. JEXNINCJH FURNITURE CO. «11#; -Main Phone 70 WEBB ROOMS—\rew management. $(>.00 and .£H.OO week. #1.00 und $1.50 per day. FOR RENT—One neatly furnished two room house. One door west of Raptm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 April 1927

m ■ /' . ' !f!, %$ SayB0~t that have yet itre stone, quartet which la ; at every perfor- noon and night. . > «f "knockout" . troupe can offer ows, a male quartet difficult organiza- that can be forui- fcood quartet. _ ma dreamy* walta to i modern jazz selections, the is a most versatile group, r at times on classics and old rs. Barnes, Clifford, (utlins form the popular about enough raving on mere men when Mullins' ■ , p§i it' " ■■ MWfl • :es fourteen persons of them are girls. Mrs- Mullins, former vau- r ,—m. head the list of per- ra and appear each evening in leal specialty besides taking part in the regular perfor- Then come the two black- cemedians, Bennie "Rabbit" Í, and Mel Melvin, who are the 'Of the show. Jo Hailey is sou- : Jack .Clifford, character man inger; Sam Barnard, songbird straight man; the quartet, a ick. Of beautiful girls, and Morris er at the piano. _jvoral incidents in the every day te of members of the show were 'o^ifht to notice upon arrival of e.. .troup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 April 1927

OFFICIAL é RELEASE RUMORE KIMES AND TERRILL PLAN TO GET WALKER AND BAILEY OUT Tried in Deaths of Husbands WIRE gray's alibi ■bared by hIS ■friend gray Man of Same Name Stayed In Office While Accused Kept "Date" VISITED MUMSIE CITY OF BOBGBR, TKUt BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1927 tr OF SEWER « * * * * * ****** ****** ****** * * Witness Thought He Was As- sisting in Mild Flirtation, Tells Court NEW YORK, April 28.—(AP) — IIa<ldon Gray, Syracuse real estate man, took the witness stand In the Snyder murder trial today to tell of the alibi he established for his friend Henry Judd CI ray on the day Albert Snyder was killed. District Attorney Newcombe ques- tioned Haddon Gray. "Did you see the defendant on March 19?"' "Yes." "What did you talk about?" "Mostly business." "Anything, stbtfut his leaving Sy- racuse V' "He said he was going to Albany that night and wanted to know if I would help him out?" •'Help him out how?" "Mumsie" "He said he was going to keep a dinner engagement ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 April 1927

E2-I: m¿ í. ,\S¡\ lL> «>>•2? BY NCA WWVICC INC, " I ÍW •re U 8 PAT. O**.] A MOT SKETCH O¡927 t* Qnne austin M yB «♦ $ i « ■ « * ■ s: - ■K THIS HAS HAPPENED T. &. t'urtls. millionaire depart- ment «toro owner, select time girls from ih ^establishment—Hilly Wells, Xyda Ijonia xand Winnie Shelton— to collie into his lioine as his wards ,for one year- because lie . believes they have worthy ambitions. Billy Wells, who wants to become a concert violinst, is the only one of the three who is serious. The others lie, thereby winning the ad- vantage of his home, wealth and position for the year. Mrs. Meadows, widow of a former governor, is acting hostess for the girls. Her nephew, lialworth Ko- ntaiiic, a fascinating man of Orient- al appearance, is cleverly "pltyyinb up" to all thee of the girls, niUcb to the anguish of Billy, who is In- fatuated with him- \V noil Billy re- turns to iici- mother's home for a flying visit, she is irked by its plain- ness Clay Curt is, son of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 April 1927

r 3 H gfff ■ T y; EMrofiHl " 3SH^SaS HflHHHMHNPMHKBflnBHHBklNHHÉHttHAflÉfeÉi amwr v ?¿ ?«e#ísáfc*««KiBftBi uiT ir imiirtr rmmfa'iir • i inmasmj $$ ^^innr«i •mi u >ÜU ji,LA.. "7¿ / V.J A SOU VENIR FREE to Each Visite ' ' r * •* '"• ;•> • t <•- * , 2400 PIGGLY WIGGLEY Stores Now in Operation The First PIGGLY WIGGLY Store Opens \ A BASKET ¡4 loaned for use while Saturday, April 30th, 1927 in the store Main Street, Across'frtí'm Post Office in New Ritz Hotel Bldg. J «■; 1 Borger ALL PACKAGES are wrapped at the checking Counter They Come They See Advantages to Custo- mers. Lowest Prices Best Products. 1000 Items Freedom of Choice, Clean Store and Fresh Goods And when you come to see and in- vestigate the truth of this advertise- ment you will not be asked to buy and you will not be criticized for not buying. mm. ?€?< They Buy They Save > Help Yourself No Waiting to be Waited On Vegetables and Fruits Sold bj' Weight— The Honest Way PIGGLY WIGGLY stores are a na- tional affa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 April 1927

frm te «xelui I for republication oí litad to it ai; tfci P P«r nd barcia. ogMlieited pictur IN RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCX —ON* YEAB- 1 * s * 1 jmi no. mo. ma. Md Sondar....IT.Kt 14.00 2.00 70c Only 6.00 2.86 1.60 60c Only 2.60 1.86 .70 «0c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month 70c' tempt B Year $8.00 articles, mam sent to Tbc luscripts. let- > Herald are Ushers capon. ibeir ante custody < r return. HI be taken, however, tc it or misplaced in «are art not I . ' r V* PHONE 18 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS Ljp NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character j standing or reputation of any individual. ! firm. concern pr corporation that may bp pear in .the columns of the Herald, will be ; gladly corrected when called to the atten- ' lion of the editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly use or injure ■ any individual, firm, concern or corporation J and corrections will be made when warranted ' as prominently as was one wrongly published reference of article. Sorrow ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 April 1927

ft , 1 p I ¡ Y h\J w 1 IMS sen led ZJV tcr ln of Turns of the ! Two cent per word per Insertion; three (Qsortion for five cents per word. All want ads are cash Id advance. FÓfcSALÉ FOR SALE, Two Laundry Routes and Trucks Bargain to be Sold at once Running $700 a Week Terms to Suit 412 Whittenburg Avenue at after 7 p. m. 'POU " U17KT—\ nirrt 2-rborti h'Hiftu in heat residence section, furnished or uu• furnished, pointed 1 12 blocas south and M blocks west óf Postoffue. Owner lives a I 125 12 Dixon street. Oomor'n Burlier Shop. i;M'itj) FOR RKNT—2rootn apartment, everything furnished, #20 an I ijfMO per month. Var- «ell Apartment*. J .' Vi lli n Newspapers, Borger 75 tf FOR SALE CHEAP—ul<S . . Íood for wrapping purposes. Call at Borger ially Herald office. rpft SAI^r—rExtra goo4 Pullets and Hens. Phillips school house. „ White Leghorn j Pullets and Henu. Half miles west of i FOR SALK—News stand, good location, doing good business. Will take car as part, payment, Z Herald. 1 OR LF.'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 April 1927

. • ir ill m anything?" blood- showed ot illa, "Mumsie," woman there." y explanation husband got kill- told us about, a dark arently a burglar, ran- house." wu done with the ar- showed you?" «id, "I must get rid of B, will you help me?" I sug- d we take the stuff to Piatt's which we did, in a black suit- we put on the shelf." then?" the defendant Gray home While my wife was get- supper he played marbles on or with my children." you see Gray in jail here?" „ érsation?" said, "Bud, did you do it?" said, "Ha¿. I did." I said ^dld' you?" and he said, "I know." Haddon Gray gave this evi- dence against the man whose inti- friend he had been since their school days, Judd Gray stiil nless with his eyes on the Snyder listened to the testi- mony eagerly and a fleeting smile croMed* her face as Haddon Gray ■jjioke of seeing her picture. • Court was then adjourned until 4 o'clock this afternoon when the will begin presentation of ■ cases. lie adjournment was taken to allow defense lawyers to pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

WiBST ijBXAS: Suuday and Mon- day generally, not mucli rise In temperature fc' OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CHI OF BORGBft, T1XAI VOL. 1—NO. 136 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE ' liORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1927 76 MINERS ARE TRAPPED BY EXPLOSldf * * * ****** ¥ $ ¥ 9 ¥ ****** ****** THOMAS ONTS * * * ****** ****** / .-. * if. * .y. ¥ ¥ 41 # f f ****** ****** * * * . POST ****** * * * STATE HEALTH HEAD COMING TO CITY 1 ) PRIVATE PREMISES CLEAN; NEXT MOVE UP TO CITY DADS CALHOUN IS SEAKER AT ONION MEET Methodist Layman Will Talk From Baptist Pulpit Here Todaj CROWD EXPECTED Pastors Rolfe and Carter Get Assistant Attorney Gen- eral to Talk .Calloway C'alh'ijin, jiaustaiii at- torney general. and a Methodist lay- man. will occupy tlie pulpit at the First Baptist church at the i I o'clock hour thin morning in a union service announced yesterday by Rev. Rolf Barnard, pastor of the First Metho- dist church, and Rev. Orion \V. Carter, pastor of the First Methodist church. Roth these pastors urge t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

5%^ zation for May 16th, at, a nv of the board held tliis " April 29th. .1927. aild «rga baa 1 ft ANTONIO. April 3U.iAP)~ H. Uonaer. of San Antonio, with having murdered hi* |jpp father-in-law by send- a bomb, ).% due to go\to trial Second tinte here Monday. Bonner is accused of having sent Barnes of Corpus Chrlsti. an iS package containing éxplo- Novetaber of 1924. Texas Listed in ital Statistic Book AUSTIN, April 30.- (AIM-■ Kf torts to have Téxas listed In (he fed- eral year book of vital statistics is being made by the state health de- partment. Dr. J. O. Anderson, stale health officer, declared that the system of lcpoptiiiK births and deaths in Texas must be improved with additional funds or some manner, if it reaches the 90 per cent accuracy requited for a place in ebe federal records. XAVV H'S WIN ANNAPOLIS MS'., April 30.— IA HI —In a driving rain and over rough water, navy crews easily won three of the fó'ur races with Pennsylvania here this afternoon. Only in tire 15 pound...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

.. ■1 j:-:"':' H" :l !í ; :::%:X:íx>®v ■i: - - a? ' 'í' V WÉÉÉl--■, llMiíí'í^í „ ¿¿ipKf^ifí ' ** ** j HNHHNÍHhH Bouts have come into use on the streets of Little Rock, Arlc., where 150 houses are afloat in the eastern section of the city. K¡oo(l waters have driven 300 people from their homes anil 75 blocks are inundated. iM THE REAL STUFF Cal Farley Tells Why He Thinks Champion Can Keep Title By CAIi FAIlliKV Editor's note: This 'is the fifth find last of a series of articles on Gene Tunney, written by an old and close acquaintance. Cal Farley, ex- clusively ror the Horger Daily Herald. Parley promises to wrritu more in the future, and we are cer- tain theie is sufficient interest among local sports to warrant more Of the same material. Since (¡ene Tunney v- won the championship ¡there has bc<*n a great '•Jfsdeal of discussion pro and con regarding the : ex-Marine's a b i 1 it y. ¿Some are of the im- Jpression that he is the Ireal stuff while others fare not quite sure that he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

c V,- ílMiis Hp; Amarillo Tutea 2;' Des Moines 1. ,• Oklahoma City 4; Omaha 5. DehVer 17; Wichita 11. j'f n A fleet of more than 100 GirJiam Brothers trucks and commercial cars has befen pur- chased by the Hudson's Bay Company, oldest commercial arganizatibn in the Western Hemisphere. Top: Part oí the fleet in Vancouver, B. C., in front of the Dodge Brothers salesroom there. Left: Deep snows and temperatures as low as 50 degrees below zero are encountered. Right: Husky dog and her puppies in the comfortable cab of a Graham Brothers truck. Dog teams even now serve the Company at isolated posts in the far north. Center: A "reel river cart" displaced by mo- tor trucks. (Continued from page "1 pire diamond. Prairie is scheduled to play at Marland today and the Postoffice-Herald combination en- sages the Supply team at the Supply grounds. All gaines today are scheduled to start at 3.: 30 o'clock. To Box for Funds For Borger Cubs Ar.nouncemtn of a benefit boxing program for the Borger Cub...

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