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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

■%'j SHRí - .y" -\ ■ ■#/-•'••• J ••- •> w/' • v, •■ ■ . v -•'.;•••!' v| I>. yg| £,V a J ,. - V '. ,. Vi?. -sc g« it Just received a carload of stoneware—Jars—1 gal. size to 30 gallon, Bottles, Cap- r ">pers, Syphon, Refrigerators, oil field water coolers. You'd be surprised—Come in and get our prices Closing Out Prices on Work Clothing NORET BROTHERS No. 1 605 Main St. No. 2 :i()5 Main St. P. O. Block > r ( RED SOX-YANKS (Continued from pune Ú ¡ single. Score: ktavtis AB It II l'O A k; O'RiVt, :¡b ,_4 O O O 2 u Molinoy . 3 ii 1 :: 'J. i* I IS. Millk x Sisler, l^i Williams, 11 Hice, rf Mhulte, ef Berber, ss O'Neil. c Bennett, x Caston, p Stewart. ]¡ Sehans, ■ e Tornado Wipes Out Texas Town 1 O O O O \> ; o 111 0 [. o o . _4 O O . :i o o .. :: o *1 :j o i o :: loo i • .1 o o o o o o o o ] 2 0 0 0 ;> o o o < :i o " f 0 o I 1 o v 1 ') I : Voláis I.' (I I ¡I I x batted for O'Neill in eighth, xx batted for Melillo ninth. B 4 4 4 4 4 4 CHICAGO Karam, 3b Hunnet'ield, ss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

returned Brockea- ."V*! J by Father who will a oí a'serles íurses to be given Marshall-Smith to do with given In Borger. plied: "Here are ut this lecture, and you >r yourself. I first gave in OctOber, 1923 in Paris, er I had read in the Paris a synppsis of a speech I been given at Dallas in loyalty of Catholics was to question. I have giver, re in practically all of my missions since then and the for the Borger mission was - Fatter Krukkert in the be- of March- Consequently, the I stir had not been creatcd the program was sent and fore had nothing to do with my it in Borger." at I do believe that the matter ed In the lecture in again a live i on account of the controversy, heuce I invited the general pub- tend and her the matter first hand " V The lecture will begin promptly at o'clock and the general public, - Mr. Doyle of the Whltloek Drug is uorkitig 011 a program to be given Mother's Day evening at the, Rig theater. USED TIRES—CITY STATION. SERVICE The Baptist W. M. U. held a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

k ) It >1 t ^f:. '"ffe- ['%**' ■■ ■■'*■' ' '" - « .■ , ;t ' '• V « ' ' :..i i*i :v ■ ¿ ' '' '•AR.fJ 1 ' \ >" - i 1 j - —l * ***«> ¿ .f;* %"?>yr W' r-^T 1^1 # v (4¡ ¿V , > • • ' ' • '■ TEXAS West'Texas: Tonight partly cloudy cooler In east and north portions. Saturday partly cloudy, wanner in north portion ,id m f? ■•*"■r> i- fei OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BOKO EM, TEXAS ajuu raribmn VOL. 1—NO. 136. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE liORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1927 PMCC International Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn -•> International Sunday School Lesson for May 1, 1927. General Topic:— Peter's Denial and Repentance. Scripture Lesson:— Mark 14:53-54, G6-71; Luke 22:61-62. Mark 14:53. And they led Jesus away to the Ngh priest: and there come together with hiin all the chief priests and the elders and the scribes. 54. And Peter had followed him afar off, even within, into the court of the high priest; and he was sitting with the officers, and warming...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

as. áip ■?*s lawyer <¡lwt hp o* lli<\ tU e«' year Is. up. Bitty tell Ciii'tls sh? lut* sité fetuttt this to abandon his plan girls ma y he <h":it<'il golden year. She <le- Cto Curtis, son of Her what -she has heard, H ls his «wJvhe. as disinherited liinisell ana with the Wells family i section o! town, workhig i automobile factory by day writing' music at; night. When " i her if she wgukl like 3 the old .main's adopted Bin admits that she uuld, for she says it would mean ¡manee of her musical Ion. ever, urged by a nameless he begs Clay to return to father and his old life, to 811 eoid in his father's heart so he will not want to adopt a ihter. IT-¿W. ¡V (it) ()\ WITH THE STORY CHAPTER XXVII Anger at Clay's curt refusal of her request that he return to the home of his father, and thus make unnecessary the atrause. contest by which T. Q. would choose a daugh- ter and an heiress tc his fortuné, caret«d -Billy Wells on a high tide •.F pf fuyj.Qtis resolve, ug.til it lande...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

Ss&«| , ! ;i hé I X t í I 9 H 1 & i i , f > ■ í V <. * •fül .' ¡ ;:'.AÍ was •' ,••; ! A • ' K J PpPbaaa---. jUPs* — JJ1P® t- ' S'&'í ■i íí: *?:;:! • X ►, ' y' % . }. '.'• <• «IIIm . • *• Wm -.** v., The extraordinary force of the Illinois cyclones aantl twisters that killed :¡5 people and wreaked millions in property damage, is shown in these two remarkable pictures of wrecked school build- ings. Above is the schoól at Chestnut, rich rural community, where two boy pupils were killed. Be- low is iliown the remains of the school at ceuterville where Miss Anna, líeellr,' 25-year-old teacher, gave her life for her pupils. She warned them to hide beneath t^ieir desks, but toow no reiuge herself. The teacher was buried under the failing walls. : «-jRE® FIRST IN 74 YEARS AT ST. BÓM A VENTURE'S Camera Catches Western Tornado . ST. BONAVENTURE, N. Y.—For the first time in its 7 4 years of existence, St.' Bonaventure's College had a national track champion. He is Charles ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE S and Sunday ' *7.50 $4.00 $2.M 70c only ¡ 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Ouly 2.50 1.35 .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month By Year 70c $8.00 11 unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to .The Id are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- bates any liability or responsibility for ♦beir -¿te custody or return, utmost care will be taken, however, >. see that they are not or misplaced in this office. ° PIIONE 13 FOR ALL DRPARTMKNTS V';" ' i ■sp* íSlí BOOST YOUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation Of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may appear ii> 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 or corporation and corrections will be made when warranted as prominently as was one wron...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

¡jf#| Wjm lfe$s y #■ i y Want Ads For Results jr. -• ; ' < 4 - •£$ Rata*: Two cents ptr word par Insertion; three insertion tor tire ce^ts per word. All want cash to advance. • ™ ads are FOR SAME TOR BAliB CHEAP—uld New.paperi, c*" " H?" FOR SALE-—Extra good White Leghorn Pullets and Hens. Half miles west oT Phillips school bouse. FOIfc SALE—News stand, good location, doing good business. Will tak« car as part, payment. Z Herald. U FOR SALE—Dan«ly little family stylo hotei. Health failing, will sacrifice. Htur Hotel, Deal, Texas. lÜB'Otp FOR SALE OR TUAD.K for car—JTwo 2- room houses. Call at Fort Worth Room- ing houses. North Alain. i:i4-'Hp 1 Oil SALE OK KENT—Two room furnished house, reasonable. One block north of Phillips school.—Frank Light foot. i: 4-0.tP I'OR SALE—-12x24 ft bedrock house, $1.25 cash. E. K. McKain. 1 block cast of Dixon freely Hospital. j,:j4>-:up FOR SALE—Complete set of fixtures for small cafe. Bargain if sold by Saturday right. Flag Cafe, Wilson Jiros...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 May 1927

n ■ E ;< 1® VIC WAGNER aur announcement as ,j tor mayor of Dixón Creek, Borger voters have been the author of this column jrs of congratulations and support ,ln favor of th« Here in one we received ar and still wondering it was 01 malicious intent i á spirit of spirits: ttor of Borger Bull: ,-ngratulfttions on sticking so close to your subject. I enjoyed the likeness of yourself heading the column. —D. B." • ' This column is supposed to devoted ' '«ports but we can't be bothered *IOi that stuff right now. B.B *y: -V- POETRY Th'íT6~once was a blonde haired stenographer. And a square-header Swede who was fonapher: As they drove o'er the land lie held her li'l hand. And swore by the Gods—re-cog- nize her! Amen. -B.B the baseball players on the Post- office-Herald team are the roost agreeable bunch we've ever run across. They have but one baseball bat and everyone of them seems to like it from general appearances, "fhey must be scotch. -B.B A suggestion has reached the at- tention of...

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

fmrnm D PRESS # * ****** ¥¥**** OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CUT* OF BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1927 TN rr — ****** «««««y 41 y ^ # y v * * * MISSISSIPPI CONTINUES TO BREAK LEVEES * * * * * * * * ***** ****** ****** * * * * MINERS' FATE STILL UNKNOWN m Prr- > 4. SIXTEEN ARE KNOWN BEAD OF BIG (LAST Rescuers Push Through Gas Filled Tunnels to Find Others 77 ARE TRAPPED Red Cross Takes Charge in West Virginia Miné Tragedy FAIRMONT, W- Va., May 2.— (AP)—Pushing through gas-choked and debris-strewn passages, heimet- ed rescue workers today hoped to learn the fate of 77 miners entombed following an explosion in I he Kver- eUsville mine of the New England Fuel and Transportation company. It was believed only 700 feet had to-be penetrated before reaching the area where the men wore ilion- have been working at the time of the blast, in which iti men are known to have been killed and seven in- jured. Nine escaped unhurt. Fire Indicated Air tests indicated fire followed the *Aploaion, which occ...

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

t'1 IN p ;>/«.. v.; "X« W' M $4.04 2.00 70c 6.00 2.86 1.50 SOe 2.50 1.16 .70 10c vr rip _ .... JR . Jl«f« H the owneri risk, and the publisher* r repudiate* any liability or reapon- forr, their safe custody ff return. —* rare will be taken, however, to ar* not lost or miaplaced in p: ¥ [ r if.;'.-'; m p 1 '• p!'-« > ss — — : FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS ICE TO THÉ PUBLIC • .,t,..*oub' redaction upon the character " tfomdinr <>V reputation of any individual, Arm. concern or corporation that may ap pear in the columns of the Herald, will be ffladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It in not the intention per to wrongly use or injure . firm, concern or corporation _ will „he made when warra.ited ly as was one wrongly published article. Áfraid Yet Trusting-—Be erciful unto me, O God: enemies would daijy nv me up: for they be many that fight against me. What time I am afraid I will trUst Jí¿ théé. Psalm 56:1-3. " # Cleaning Is Successful Mheltpn, genet A Mrs. Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 May 1927

V . WWrfñ M Want Ad •'■;■•. í¡ : ; uret Insertion for (lr« p«r word All W*Dt i«i am m r. FOR JtlSNT—'Three-room furulshed 'house In I how. Hue C' l Farley Tire Hhop or phone 111. i:i7-.Jtt purpoMB. «rass BALK—Kxlra good While Leghorn ulletB and HeiiH. Half miles west of tyililim school house. FCJR StALE—-News stand, góod location, , good biuincRK. Will fnko car a part meat. Z Herald huu* KtwtMl utowlj; iímcciiiiik over un or<'H wi'cu miles wide, ler- i'^ui$ hnvfofore u rifo uchetl by the (loud- ¡tí ■ WWS'TKI — Position a« bookkeeper or koii eral oifiej*. 4<¡ood retíreme. i*wx 1295. Lorger. AÍ. K. Thomas. lllo-lttp |v J -* l|)ll SALJS—Dandy Utile family style hotel. Health failing, will sacrifice. Star Hotel, Deal, ( Texas. lOU-ttfp "jjOIt WALK oil Tit AI)K for car—|«o 8 „ room houses. Call at Fort Worth Room- ing houses, North Alain. 134-3tp i'OK SALK C>U HKNT—Two room furnished . .house, reasouable. One block norlh of I'frfllips school.—Frank Light foot. 134;Jtp i OJi SALH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 May 1927

wmmmamm TEXAS LEAGUE fc'w'XVr* it W. L. "*1 Wichita Fulls 15 2 Houston 13 6 San Antonio 9 10 Wáco _ 8 10 Shrereport 7 9 Beaumont 7 11 Dallas _ 7 12 Fort Worth 6 12 AMEItlCAX LEAGUE w. New York 11 Chicago _ 10 Philadelphia 8 Detroit _ 7 Washington 7 Washington GO St. Louis 6 Cleveland 7 Boston _ 3 L. 5 7 6 0 6 7 7 10 12 Pet. .882 .084 .474 .444 • 43Í .38!) .368 •333 Pet. .088 .588 .571 .538 .538 .533 .4 r>2 . 112 .200 Industrial League Stands Neck and Neck Nearly All The Way Six clubs fell into a deadlock for first position in the Borger In- dustrial league following the third of the season's games played Sun- day afternoon, each winning two gaines and losing one. Two clubs remained in the cellar. Skelly won over the Lumberjacks, 13 to 0; Supply defeated the Post- office-Herald combination, 10 to 0 The Panhandie Tower and Light company advanced a notch by down- ing Empire, 14 to 10; and Mar- land whipped Prairie, 15 to 2. The Postoffice-Herald club and Prairie clung to the basemen...

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

IP- y 'Jf9PS§H IP ICLUi 1 ;■■■;. , r ■..■„<hM ' B0RG1 'If <"i: s">- ' '' *-• 5 ft: ÉilP^l i ■V-3MÍÉ& ,3* j ■ • « Wpk ^ ♦ i?" * f —— •'m. f;-i 2 fw"' ' w MAYOR MU*T BEN AM EDPV W. T. MALONE AND QLENt' PACE I * * .y. tf. # V * V * V * * * * * * *¥*¥#¥ y 9 ¥ ¥ ¥ V * * * * * MOODY WANTS MORE OFFICIALS TO QUIT FLOOD GOES OVER MORE OF LOWLANDS Rescue Crafts Operate Over Inundated 'Areas of Valley BLAST CREVASSE Effort to Save New Orleans Is Still Going Forward On Levee NEW ORLEANS, May 3.—(AP) —While caravans of refugees mov- ed out to places of safety, the flood and backwaters from the Miss- issippi and its rushing tributaries were completing tlie inundation of the lowlands in half a dozen pari- shes in Northeastern and Eeastern Central Louisiana today. More towns were reported under water with others threatened and a fleet, of rescue craft was operating over the funnel-shaped area be- tween the Red river and the Miss- issippi' "out the marooned and sending warnings tq many ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 May 1927

iKtitttefrh'fi! , WWtoM I ftH * • ;,ti **' k l^LlL¡*úí3. ■ ■■■%. ' •# "X ... Mp i/j Sob . V1. ' «Ü v ,Hfa J:#" ■— ffoP ■ ■■cjytam IIS mgfá Ml; ra ■ !¡. ' HI —SEA, Los Angeles Bureau The Coratesse Alexandra Dagmar Frances Marie Margrethe of Rosen- borg flatfjt declined to bo interviewed the other day at Arcadia, Callt., •where hejj parents, tlie^Prince and Princess Erik of Denmark, Uve on their estáte. But she sleepily consented to pose. The princess, her mother, \e holding her. She is the former Lois Booth, daughter of the Canadian lumber king. Qnno Quslin THIS HAS HAPPENED T. Q. Ciirt L-i, millionaire depart- kJ 0/927 t f£A Service I nc parlor . iter dinner." He always re- ferred to the drawing room as the meiit store jnviicr, selects three girls parlor. i rom his csffelulbhment to come into j She had been practicing that after his home ¡is# wards for one year, be- ca use he lieiieves tlint they havee worthy ambitions which he wants to help them further. Billy Wells, who wants to b...

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

maw í mKmmtm smm MÍI : '■%■:.aK1■■■ W- ~:?í'" wmtwik L ^4^ H > ^E-ü: s,!^?Ss ,!. .-/■ > . .__ — "'■' «*' ' " **•■?- ' ■fet-f- .vielw oP. STOwe.A\oi;NVAiN PRO . HERMÍM W . MARTIM ATLANTA, April -8.—(Al')—Per- sons who climb up and down almost perpendicular mountain sides and de- 1 i Slit in other death defying feats— HoHjte of which have caused W. 13- higgle, of Stone Mountain, to form his own personal opinion as to their Ifinity—are not always brave. I-ra fact, such tendencies frcquent- are the result of an inferirity iplex, says Professor Herman W. irtin, psychologist of Emory Uni- fresity, in'explaining why Tuggle, in Ijbarge of the studio at Stone Moun- tain, has-no end of trouble with dare- devils. ; Some, of them have tried vainly P to'scale, ¿he solid granite wall, about I'SttIO fefet jn height ,to the site of the Vfcónfeijérate memorial work. The fBtáirway,. which led from the top to ]Uj;e steliie of carving, 250 feet below, liias^^n removed, but the pegs, ten Ifect apa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 May 1927

of «U um It or not otherwise and *1*0 Um local ■■■■phi i-feaÉf •VE* ■ ' . $f!&V> <•?>•*< v.?*g: m Ai^v'vUi fit rSs * 5.%->r., ■.: it %'■ v _ Jtvi". '. • - «SÍK •...; . *V~ i.uN RATES BY HAIL IN ADVANCE -ONI YEAB— 1 • W m •nd 8and«j....|7.60 S4.00 2.00 70e Only 6.00 2.8 1.60 50c Only 2.60 l. 6 .10 10c BY CARRIER IN CITY Par Month B Year 70a $8.00 I I mo. mu. Ail «naolieitad articles, manuscript , let tin and pictures >ent to The Herald are ■ant at the owner* risk, and ti publishers •ipresslr repudiates any liability or rcspon- aibiUty for their sate custody or return. 1m utmost care will be taken, however, to w that^they are not lost or misplaced io PHONB It FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character stand in* or reputation of any individual. Arm, eoncern or ci*poration 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 new...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 May 1927

V'-1 ■ K §*, ■l |.>«V ■;' ^ •'' T~^S^ "TT. % ■• Ute Borger Want Ada For ResuW JUtM: Two ctiiti par word per laaertlon; thl-M insertion tor (ire cent per word. All want ad* are OMh la advance. FOR SALE VOR BALE CHEAP—Old Newspapers, K3?,'I.Srol8fc.pttr,"iM- " H'ÍS FOR SALE—Extra good White Leghorn Pallets and Hens. Halt mi lei weit of PhUlipi school house. FOR BALE ootl payinotit. Z -News stand, good location, doing good business. Will take car as part Herald. POH SALE—Dandy little family style hotel. Health failing, will sacrifice. Star Motel, a). Texas. 133 fitp FOR RALE—Boarding house, stock of gro- ceries cheap. Will lease boarding house. Andrews U., care Herald. 135-3tp 1«OR SALK OR HUNT—foji^er dining Hail —1-2 miles went of A*t Filling station. 130 dtp POR SALE—Oood house tent, 14\1 fi, one Mxl'2 rug, 2 Simmons beds, 2 springs, ~ mat res sen. Detroit Jewel stove, 4 chairs, 2 made tables, 1 made cabinet and screen door. Located back of Jefferson wholesale. l.'ir -3tp J'OR SA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 May 1927

p '■v'-.v «. w- r::-1 ' __ 4 10 X" ver _ Des Moines Lincoln _ 4 * j TEXAN LEAGUE! W, Wichita Palls 15 Houatou _ _13 San Antonio •_ 10 I'eaumont _ __ 8 .Waco _ i 8 Shreveport _ 7 Dallas 7 'li** ' / \MKR1CAN liKAQUJs ce'bridge," connecting Buffalo, N. Y„ and Fort Erie, Canada," is pictured above.rlf iá néárl/;c6mplet6 áiíd isio<-be" dédicatéí President Coolidge and the Prince ol Wales. The spaar is dedicated to the 100 years', of t>eacé tétwéetí;thé}TJúit9<Í States and Canada'and as a: reminder that no.fortifications exist on either.side of the border from coast to coast; DOPE BUCKET ■S IN DANGER DEATHS mmmn BhíIM I, who had sp and had spent in á hotel labl i without. to w. New York 12 Chicago . -_11 Philadelphia _ ¡I Washington 8 St. Louis : L- 7 Detroit _ 7 Cleveland 7 •Boston :t ■:■National league Amarillo 2; Denver 3. .. ljriQl>ita 5; Lincoln 2. Tulsa 7; Omaha 11 kláhoma City 5; Des Moines 1. V:;..'- .. TEXAS LEAGUE Houston 8; Beaumont 14. Waco 3; San Antonio 5. Port W...

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

J — R 1 West Texas: Tonight and Thurs- \ , i day fair. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS 3®#$? i ' %i#gj -fc. I VOL. 1—NO. 139 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1927 PRICE 5c DOE OWNKY MAY RESIGN * * * * # * # * if, * * * * * * If ^ y * * * * ¥ * * # * NO APPOINTMENT MADE VET OF MAYOR, TO FILL OFFICE VACATED BY MILLER < Kíi * * * •Y- Y- * -Y- Y- * * * V- Y- Y- * Y- * V' * * ****** ****** ****** * * * C-C SUPPORTS HIGHWAY BONDS s - >- SEÑEIS. ROADS. WATER. ARE IIP BEFORE C OF C Favor Immediate Construction of Sewers and Passages of Bond Issue BIGGEST MEETING School Auditorium, Seating 600 Will Be Used For C-C Hereafter Supporting the issue of bonds for the hard-surfacing of Hutchinson county roads, urging immediate con- struction of sewers in Borger, and declaring against the granting of n franchise now for furnishing water to this city, approximately 100 mem- bers of the Borger Chamber of Com- merce last night held the biggest meeting of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 May 1927

Into Ih* ... U r«ln. HON RATES MY MAIL IN ADVAHCB TtAH -ON« t • a i ym f|to_ mo. mo | aod SomdM .|T.i« 14.00 t.OU ill* í Only S.M 2.8* l.fiO toe Oaly 2.A0 I.U .7# lOo BY OAfUUKU IN CITY WMk l «r Month B Ynr 7(0 W.oo U •uolleitod article*. manuierlpU. lot- ieturea wot to Tbo llorold or« owner rink. «nil Ui« i>ul>liah*r* . ..'pudiatc* any nubility or rwpou- for tholr ufe custody or return, it ear* will be taken, however, to that tl i offiee. thw •rt not loat or miaplncod In raONB IS FOR ALL departments Coticé to the public t •rronooua reflection upon the character jng ur reputation of any individual. , concern or ct/rporation that may ap p«ar In the columna of the Herald, will be wlftdly corrected when called to the atten- <on at the editor. It ia not the intention ' this newspaper to wrongly uae or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation correction will be made when warranted •• .prominently aa was one wrongly published reference of article. Our Testimony: I have...

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