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

—. . JW^.JBÜWWWWWWIPiiWBBgliig! 'Lmmmmm, Qnno Oustin OI9Z7 tv MA Servicplnc «Vil111H «« Wcumr THIS HAS HAPPENKl> < 'ni-tis, millionaire depart- we owner, sclcft* tlirec* BlsTyfront IiIh establishment to some Into lii* home ua wards for Olio year, because he believes (hey liuv? worthy ambitions which he wnuts tú help them further. ÍI.V Wells is the only one of the that Is sincere. She wants to le a concert violinist. Xy<la liOiua.v ami 'Winnie Shelton are en- Joying; the old man's KcuOrosily un- der false pretenses. Hilly overhears Mr. Curtis say lu S'oiiif; to adopt one <>r IJic glrliir' as his daughter when the year Is up, anil in order not to have an unfair advantage over the 'other girls, she tells them what ' «lie has heard. A battle |beghiH for I he prized is disgusted wilii the I felt of (lie two j-lris | drop out of (lie race realization of the fact I adopted by old Curtis | her an advantage with I., limine, with whom sin- is immediately place. IMIIjt obvious d...

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

v £'3¡M¡ ay or where ho w; ayor^ this if art, to accep back dwue now, t Bioii, m The « Wise i$ refrain* ; city. I« well fc-- ive cit¡¿3 are p: ture Strictly one nrice to everybody. No Concessions ■04 Our Doors whI be wide ri '-Msiz-ivmnvKmsi Everything will be golden tagged with gold- a en color tags. See the sale price 011 these tags for yourself. I ALARM CLOCKS FREE—ToWomen Only T 4 , 1 A _ ip • ^ _ _ • !, _ *|f _ ' Í C At 10:30 a. m. Friday after our opening, we will set an alarm J clock to go off at 10:30. We will hide it ir. an easy hiding place somewhere in the store. When the clods goes off, the lady that finds its hiding place first, will be awarded the clock. O Three other clocks to be given away the following day, Satur- day. One clcck will be set to go off at 1:30 p. m., the next one at 4:30 p. in. and the third c?ock at "J:30 p. m. w I 5íO)« KM r()< >•«) *B6ESE®« (; sSadStft ' ? -SZñtSm-I «! O >O<5SCT08 <J FR1DA ' We are operating a new store and want to g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 May 1927

K > § M 0 ■V ViT N provided to take care of the trade promptly :'00 a. m. I" " 2 We will cash company checks, sufficient cash MAY ALARM CLOCKS FREE-To Women Only At 10:30 a. m. Friday after our opening, we will set an alarm ™ ciock to go off at 10:30. We will hide it in an easy hiding place somewhere in the store. When the clock goes off, the lady that finds its hiding place first, v.*;.ll be awarded the cloclc. Three other clocks to be given away the following day, Satur- X day. One clock will be set to go off at 1:30 p. m., the next one at 4:30 p. m. and the third clock at 7:30 p. m. «> <>< ► (í 'GHi :) <3HH!S85- (J i !•<>< will be nrovided. 1, i At the A. & S. store is where you can do your trading and feel at home. Make us a visit anyway, whether you buy or not, we are pleased to have you look around. it's going to be a mammoth sale. The biggest Borger has ever had. A $50,000 brand new stock, at drastic and slump reductions. We are overstocked with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 May 1927

m'-fí 'IW mPM SIS; wp>íS M&h !>' •• • x> -. • :¿ ■ . •' ■ .i s!; • •.A'" " • ■ " '; •. • (•/• f,1 , ' ||i-' • ' " &' * . U ■ • •. rv.v ííálfar.'ta tó'íl'.a .•-! si * i'VCi í V.- ¿áyxlyfl f WfiXl " v. ■; •'va Y'V •T >•.'' '%• \'S<> i f!' • • •j \ •- , -J' $ • 1 . WIS" . ;>r m&M- A V ? wm- r mb-- ■ - íi-f !ÍÍ ■ ; tár ■ 8 b T The Herald is equipped to take care of your Job Printing from, the smallest to the Most Difficult Job. A representative will call and give you esti' mate of cost. * g HI m& ! EES ■Ü ¡ij.;, ^H3S£kt lli¡p; .+'■&' .i* & • <* W v'y^ ^ '•■■ •; '• ■ - í f; T ^ •.# «*,* '#$! _ i „ • .. * , , _ _ i ^ _ . Ü : '. . fa fo- ;H8Kv'- .¿topgfep ^lyWpyti r Jk f <-■>:< A' r.ft¡ #v" ír ',í,V.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 May 1927

f W" * .eiffht. piece music tonight. , is to furnmn til Ad* For Results cenia per word per Insert I on; three insertion tor flte canta per word. All want Ada are advance. FOR SALE NOTICE OHRAP—«fia Newspapers, + FOR SALK—Extra good White Leghorn Pulleta and Hens. Half miles west of Phillip^ achool houae. FOR SALK—News «tana, good location, doing good business. Will take car as part payment. Z Herald. FOR SALJS OR THADK—T have a amall building with a stock of candies, pecan , peanuts and cold drinks that I will sell cheap for cash or trade for car. Inquire of H. V. Baldock, just north of Panhandle l-'umituVe Co., opposite post oficc. liiO-ltp FOR SALE—1 «27 Star Coupe, six cylind- er, quick sale, cheap. Jordan Motor Salen t'o., Monroe & Hedgecoke St., Isom. l!19-Jltr> FOR SALE—24x24 two-story house, Cafe down stairs and 0 rooms up stairs. Set? owner át Home Cafe, Gewliit, Texas. inO-Utp FOR SALE—Sattley (lasoline Engine 1 12 horse power, brand new. Bargains. P. O Box 787, Borg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 May 1927

BüsinC'.;* MEN MuDUSrWCi hfctp voo ocr- i wM i 20 -t-ac:: ri( A rtxi.rs ¡L LiSTfiN -1. 9ZVS\J5 'M P-£<NO INPCPe'JDCNT MúBODN"i> <SÍIAtG XO T£CL MIZ WHAT To DO/ Te - I'M not co*a. To we fcie-rivre LOT OP fctocwuctoeRS - FiESOCS f THe(?eJS ANN PROPir t-p i¿ií MADE IM TrtlS QUSiNBSS IW CáOiUQ TO MfiSE IT PAT OFF KTKETMMS 101 RB(t BOUT Dutchman Opens Training ' ' Quarters and Ruins Half * Dozen Men fDutcli" Betke, the Borger Ape- mán, who has been absent from the wrestling ring here for a month while recovering from sever injuries, bás again started training for his return to the mat next Monday night when he meets Thor Jensen, the ter- rible Dane who thrilled a large aud- ience several nights ago in his match with Young Goteh. Betke challenged Jensen to a nf&tch after the big boy had nearly terft Gotch limb from limb to win the match. In taking on Jensen, the Dutchman is making his return to the ring with plenty of noise, al- though as yet he has issued no -threats. Dutch ...

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

—— 5* - O. 140 OFPICIAIi PUBUOAtlOH, OTO* O ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1927 ¿mi*** YEARS FOR PANTEX HI-JACKING * * * ****** * * * # ****** * * * * * if MERIT SATS WONT MIT * « C PRICE ****** * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * BORGER MAN GETS YEAR IN JAIL * '4 middleton is convicted of wifejeating Fifteen Year Old Bride Testi- fied Against Defendant in County Court IS FINED $500 Giri Says She Ran Away From Home and Married; Sep- arated From Husband (Special to The Herald) Stinnett, May 5—Otis Middleton of Borger, charged with aggravat- ed assault on his 15 year old wife, from whom lie liad twice seperated after living with her for intervals of one week each, was found guilty In county court here Wednesday and sentenced to a year in jail and to be fined 500. Mrs. Middleton testified that she had run away from home and mar- ried Middleton a short time after she arrived in Borger, living with him a week, being separated from him, reco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 May 1927

W**m , i- J4%> tíf^t Sot you ié-itov•*■ having a plane In the ou can't operate it. kutlca braáeh of the immerce 1b now rig* «.ttaiUtefttlnM «1 kuiuMiti «t * applications tor tedlng out these to- presence In the themselves and ,.^<jf|é<rlál death toll does not yet dreatw to approach the automo- :efiMttreit; but the gov- maklng the Air as sate ile through enforcoment of < tjfiBc 3 regulations and the licensing of all fliers engaged in Interstate commerce, as .well, as others who want licenses. Apparently .the qualifications are nbt -uftduly stiff, for only one out of thi flrat hundred applicants ■ failed to pass. This flier was prac- tically, blind in one eye and had no judgment of distance. A this is written, some 144S personal applications for license ha,ve been received, according to William P. MacCracken, Jr., as- sistant secretary of commerce for aeronautics. Nearly half of these are mechanics, who must also have licenses. Five hundred and sixteen planes have also bee...

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

HhbIÍí 9 v- Sé*. -i' 'JWSfoL;. rfS& ii'lililuilHliÉIllllWíllí e'Ui f yW'"-: - By VIC WAGNER Here la some more l'irst, hand elec- tion dope for mayor of Dixon Creek which was spilled to ihe public to- day following a meeting of the Laird administration interests held behind closed doors last night under jlhe leadership of Jack Hyde, l.aird's campaign manager. *1 .-L (RLCUiTLYTHAVETtf EH* O "' DOiH'G * ^ 41 MORE COLLATWi PEA0IH6 of a Culture i nature Contributed: When your tired and thirsty and you've been on the water wagon for many a moon and youve wandered rpast innumerable closed joints and finally you find one little ray in the dark sky, In the form of a joint un- touched by Stranger hands, and you go in and are in the midst of a cool, refreshing, iuvlgorating bottle of real home brew, and you hear a heavy, determined knock on the door and you don't know just what to do and are on the verge of throwing the half . full bottle away when the door is •thrown open and—it Isn't a S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 May 1927

. . V mSSmrt («tarn. to m¡aplacad la KT k«W9*- P 1* ro ALL DEPARTMENTS TO THE PUBLIC upon th« cbaraater of ur indWMukt, eurporat.ipn that may p HÉHM rat of the Herald, w called to the atten- i> not the intention or li'i to «ronkqr « • or «.jure concern or corporation be rttade when warranted wae bne wrongly pu e. a&nify The Lord: Let all those that seek thee rejoice and be glad in thee : let such as love thy salvation say con- tinually, The Lord be magni- fied. Psalm 4Q:16. We Can Have ed Road F¿OQ2 The Chamber of Commerce has endorsed the road bond issue of approximately $1,- 000,000. on which an election is expected to be called early in June. The Chamber of Commerce has. also declared for sewer Construction here. Agitation for better water is under way in Borger. Of these, the bond, issue alone iá not dependent on sta- bility of Borger's city govern- ment. Sewer construction, wa- ter, all municipal improve- ments, v/ill be held up, prob- ably, until a mayor acceptable to t...

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

[0 ■í ' r f ) 5 >:ISS® m n imn i «M r "the Hit or tho Year." Ads Fúr Results Use Borger Daily Herald — . T7° *«« §W wor'1 P«" 'niertlon: three ineertlos tor fire cents par word. All w nt ads ara w h la adTaaoa. FOR SALE WANTED , WILL TRADE •iTOperiy in other «tute* for iiropeit.v in . Border Hacv In ml and lot* in three state* •#Ctfo ,Ufe' NOIUe 1,1 1,1,1 faM'<wmil,íí 0/nrk . ' WILL SELL ,f)4IMiy tworJUta house im-luilin^ loni; ground rental^ and meter riepoKitH pouted. Priced • Jiolovv nctunl cont with puymeiits only slight, ly higher than r«*it. Thinjii . cinch. Ask jih. WILL LI&BE I our room aiinriraimt i<• reliable tenant al ' ft:i5.0UO per month. Pelpe inHudan ligjith ¡tyid iron. Can yon bent it f If mi kch tho other ÍHlotv-—if not Kco is <iuiik, as wo have onlv oil® apartm> iit unrentel. ; , JAMISON * HENDERSON Awtment House block of Borgcr Herald :.. . ~ :n«- h'Olt WALK—Two Ford roadster* IÜ-3— 1.920 model. Also One I!)'JÍ Ford truck, model with dump body a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 May 1927

ht in , tour 11 league a dead tie lor sec- " er centage 1 hold the,' Í j&jífcelr 4 Power boys the gattte on t the flrBt half X. and after the the score, 6 and game in the first nth, in which the Marlandera were at bat in the last acore, the clatm, e 6 to 6 in their favor, clos- at the end of the sixth beat Prairie 6 to 5; Empire lie Lumberjacks, 15 to 12; feated the PostOffice-Her- 6; and Marland claimed and bight game, G to 5. i box scores: SUPPLY AB R H PO A E V*b„ „_ 3 0 0 1 1 2 UMck. p—a 1 1 1 0 1 (field. rf—8 2 1 0 0 0 . cf 2 1 2 0 0 2b— 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 ( ■ : - 2 0 0 2 3 2 . lb- -2 0 0 2 3 2 nson, c—2 1 1 1 1 2 —21 6 5 15 7 11 hits off Kirkpatrick-Atch off Moore-Ray. Struck out by trick,r3, by Moore, 5. Sacrl- i hits, Zeigler. the aétions of the grand the game seemed to be one of Qost oxciting of the season. Up | the fourth inning it looked like ' nplete shut out for the Sup- lys. However, the Supply aggrega- aoon found'the Prairies' pitch- " iffd battered him unmer...

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

CUT* OF W. 'zMí&S&w MM ' *K4-<*'Wm*# PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, PRICE 5c MAY 8, 1927 •MmmíMM WON'T QUIT rrwSHfv5 HERALD AND STATE JOIN HANDS TO ENFORCE LAW < OKLAHOMA MEN TO GET * BIG WELCOME C-C Announces Plans For Entertainment of Trade Trip HALF HOLIDAY? Want Business Houses Close at Noon For Boosters to irger O tamber of Oklatfjma City arrive nere Moil- CONFERENCE IS RESULT ARREST OF VIC WAGNER v A street parade, addreso'. by vari- — ous citizens, a band conc<||t, a trip M to the oil fields, and posslli ,y a dance y .1 be part of the entj I'tainment offered by the Borger Commerce to 135 boosters who will arrive" here day, May 16, at 1:22 p. m., on a special trade trip Pullman, to remain in Borger for the afternoon and night. The Oklahoma' City high school band will be with the boosters. A letter received today by the Chamber of Commerce from Edwin Starkey, program chairman for the Oklahomans' annual trade trip, re cites that the boosters "take no stock wha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

Supply, Skelly and Mar- ie tied for first position svith and one loas, while the jacks and Panhandle Power ieanis are knotted fpy second place The Postoffice-Herald combination v.itb two wins and two losses each, and Prairie are still in the cellar. The .(.'our leaders invade home ter- ritory and may experience reverses, recording to the opinions of many Borger baseball fans. Where They Play Today ndustrial plunge e teams visit- a reverse in the Midland plays at the Lumberjacks aid grounds, Em- at the Prairie playa at the Pan- wer and Light headquar 1 games start at 3:30 o'- ¡k'ám/mm M i ® míM 'MízSSM m Üu and .,1^1 2 ' NE# YORK-, May 7. (AP) 0 0 Homé runs figured greatly in the scoring in tie Chicago invasion at the Polo grounds today, the Cubs defeating íh Supply at Lumberjacks. Marland at P. O.-Herald. Empire at Prairie. Skelly at P. P. .& Y. Totals « 10x26 15 xx batted for Rhyne in 7th. x two-out when winning score was made.. PHILADELPHIA AB R H PO \ F Sand, ss _ _. 4 1 2 4 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

1 s ' i- ffLJM Miss frene Irvine irger Parent Teachers Association las Mother's Day Celebration on Friday of e. Parent-Teachers association est Beroger had an interesting ng and Mothers' day program í*rldáy, at three fifteen- .ti ® fifth grade opened' the pro- gram with two songs, 'Solitude," — . er „ o ftlje entertainment was •irgjl *>y% he various classes., Loyce He, ¿frave save the history of Mothers' ¿ay. ••■•«Mother Understands," Yvonne PjWCé. "Mother Heart"—Kathleen Brfew- %r. "Which Love Best," Ruth Macy. "Mothers' Day" Madeline Corliss. Reading, Catherine Miller. "Somebody's Mother," Thurman tyWPti. Following the program little fa- vors made by the different, clashes. were given to the mothers. The first and second grades gave an especially touching little card with the following verse: 'My mother' Is the nicest kind 01' friend 1 ever knew, And if you were In my place, I know you'd think so, too." The other grades^had made m^ny beautiful flowers. The fifth grade had the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

RATES credit #9 BY MAIL IN > „ 1 year 6 Mo. 3 mo. 1 17.50 4.00 12.00 ; 6.00 2.85 1.50 2.50 1.35 .70 fiY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month By Year 70c $8.00 mo. 70c 50c 30c mi ii.:.i. asi?:; ¡ti ¡cited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures eént to The sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- any liability or responsibility for fbelr **fe custody or return. Utmost care will be taken, however, \\> sec that they are not misplaced in this office, * 3. liEAOVE Washington, 16; St. Louis, 9. Boston, 5; Detroit, 3- New York, 8: Chicago, 0. Philadelphia, 10; Cleveland, 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago, 6; New York, 4. St. Louis. 0; Brooklyn, 3. Cincinnati, !); Boston, 8. Pittsburgh, 5; Philadelphia, 6. WEHTERÍí LEAGUE Oklahoma City, 2; Denver, 6. Oklahoma City at Denver, only game in Western League, others post- poned, rain. PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS BOOST YOUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Ü' «•■■■■ NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

.",. ... '■ W.-. w8#IBHK80IBS*i®H^W^^IÍ i ' ■v^:/ \* % >p r"7 i Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results • ■ Two Mitt per word per inaertlon; three Insertion for five cent* per word. í In kdrftnce. FOR SALE 120 ACKKH ffIK* prospect, $7üÓ.bú cash , prtrk mountains. Arkanaas. Thin in a , t(,uick Male offer and only goou until Tues- • %lay.' May 11, Itéason, am no farmer and, néfd ready eaah.. Farm 'J* arres improved, hitrpralow, poultry house. I l-'j miles io P. O. sod railroad. MURPHY. at Klk hotel b- tween 3:30 ami 7 :«K), Sunday, Monday aud Tuesday. No trades. i l«'OR SALE—One six hole Ni/er ire cream! i binet. Used only a hot)• ¡urce months. I Will nail cheap. W. E. CALLOWAY, Sham rock. Texas. 4 l42-:itp j ■* ■ . ■ j IX)H «SALE—Beautiful lot of leghorn hens. ! AX'MK TOl HiST t'AMP. 1.4.2-Up >0 It SALE—Two Kord roadster , IU25—| 1020 model. Also One I.UÍÍ0 Kord truck. lUStf model with dump body nnd Knxtei ax-j It. Overhauled complete. lin|uire Fourth St; Oarage. across from P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

I■v * ;,í iZ S^bT, Us-s'¿ 5r'at #«' fifí®)''.' '■V .! ',<;«!• -;:i •vi - - I ■ m'Á rj®#;! m. " -t ■'■■■ " •■ isii* " 'lip femíi ' Gilbert Fraser Should be Appointed or Elected Mayor of Borger Because He Is Unbiased, unprejudiced and not aligned with any clique or faction and under no obligation to office holders, no promises made. Experienced in municipal affairs, a natural executive, a Christian gentleman. He Stands Squarely FOR LAW AND ORDER. ^ F A bigger and better Borger, a clean citizenship. Economical administration of the financial affairs of the city. Paved streets, better sanitation, a sewerage system that will do away with disease, pure water that will do away with typhus germs, good schools and churches. ,, , ¡ Below is a copy of the petition that has been passed by Mr. Fraser's friends. Over 2,000 names have been signed to the petitions. .• a u ■ wr- y WHEREAS, u vacancy now exists in the office of Mayor of Borger, Texas, and WHEREAS, we, the citizens and voters of Bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

. mua 1—NO. 142. y'*.f ¿IÜ' « ■ w.i— >■ ! School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E.Nunn Intcrnational Sunday School Lesson for May 9, 1927. ; General Topic:— A "Peter and The Risen Lord". Scripture Lésson:— John 20:1-10— 21:15-17. John 20:1. Now on the first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, while it was yet dark, unto the tomb, Slid seeth the stone taken away from the tomb. 2. She runneth therefore, and cometh to Simon Peter, and to. the other disciples whom Jesus loved, and saith unto them, They have taken away the Lord out of the tomb,'and we know not where they have laid him. 3. Peter therefore went forth, and the other disciples, ahd they went toward the tomb. 4. And they ran both together, and the other disciple outran Peter, and came first to the tomb; k 5. And stooping and looking in, he seeth the linen cloths lying; yet entered he/ri|pAfii. 6. Simon Peter thamfore also cometh, t<¡. ~>wing him, and entered into the tomlp and he beholdeth the linen cloths lying; ...

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

T «ra log. If tiia , Ue Is an ardent «nd or this here kollum. It; Rp& . t By VIC WAGNER pWv Mm SiUiii' on ttit? the ouHklt!, Walt'ii" for the hu;:úü. lookin' on More on the "Root scandul." Mr. ' llacUlHifry Sltm Johnson, whom Art I l*alrd, Alec PaterKon and Jack Hyde, : openly accused the other day af. be- ' iup in close association with «oats merely because oí a picture appear- ing in this column, comes back with 1 i> little dope of his owi;, on the truth of ihi> affair, alleging Friday that I tlio photo was a frame-up. lie ad- mit:;. however, that he was winning party ol' an alfair which occurred i.evoval yearii ago in a rodeo contest over ¡11 Turkey. Mr. Pateraon, lie evKiln' bail. ; Mm Check one Candidate Hackberry Johnson!— Yic Wagner — Art Laird _._5 —- Mail or deliver to Herald office on or before Monday. May lBth. * !' ■'' i H IT; V pn;':~ ! ' / When yiju'rp slit ins o i a (l.'irTí, i old jail v,* VUllb *aati g HOrvibit your ilumcshts ramble- uro« iHii.il' ur a few...

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