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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

\ m '\'X\ HERALD é ">. . . "i -.• >(v, , n;:>%a "■■*^ V.'" "••■v.'vxv: '^¿©> •'. • {' i *41 1 v m ;&y v: Wi, Withl'ú u few duy.-i after refugee camps. Many of ;uul colli weather tlie Mississippi Hood reached its height, the Hod Ci'omh has established •>- them, such as the one near Hickman, Ky.. shown above, are tent colonies, has increased the suffering of poorly-clad women and ehildien. ( V J Son of Bismarck Proved Diplomat BERLIN, May 7. (AP) The re- cent auuouhcemcnt thai Prince Otto von Bismarck, grandson of the "Iron Chancellor" worjld resign his seat in the Reichstag on May 1 to enter the diplomatic service, lias caused much speculation as lo whether or not the necessary qualifications are bis. An incident of World War days ! is recalled by friends to prove that even then he showed diplomatic lin- ease. 1 In 191 (i Professor Ludwig Stein, of Berlin, known under the pseudo- nym "UiplOmaticus," called on Amer- ican Ambassador and Mrs. James W Gerard 'before bi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 May 1927

Harry Thaw Becomes Police Dog Breeder WINCHESTER, Va. (AP)—Harry K. Thaw,' Frederick county farmer, member of the Winchester t'ire de partment at Broadwawite, has be- come a dog breeder on an extensive scale at' HIb Kenilworth estate. Thaw is concentrating 011 German shfepberd or police dogs. He started hit kbnnels modestly, but during the past year jttiey have grown to large proportion^, The'manager of the estate is A. J. Cohnplty,- but it was Thaw who con- cclvcd the idea and had the first dog.s brought,from- Germany. Thaw also 1>.*8 become a. specialist in raising pure bred hogs, the stoking of swipe having^been one of his first moví' whén fie' became a farmer seven years ago by buying the estate. 'ám—o- Lost Japanese Town Revealed In Census HAKODATE, Japan, May 7. (AP) —Census takers have discovered far in the mountains of Northern Japan, a village which has been lost to the world. Its 152 inhabitants do not speak modern Japanese. They dress in styles of centuries gone by, bl...

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

i-i ... .... Ü Si TEXAS: Sunday ] ' colder la tb« Pan ' partly cloudy. colder. I ■ Wi ■ , & OFFICIAL PÜBMCATIOWt OIT* OP BOROBR, TEXAS ASJj DBPARTMHNTS Hi fe' Ü. I—NQ. 148. ASSOttXTBÍ) PRESS LEA&BD WIRE} BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, M¿Y 9, 1927 PRICE 5c Y BE PUT /N USE IN 45 DA YS sai * * # * * * * ^ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ * . * * ¥ * y V V V ¥ 4> ****** * * * * * * * * * - a, V -4 TRAS STORMS KILL 32 * * * ****** V f ¥ V V ¥ ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * TO NAME NEW MAYOR TONIGHT! SUCCESSOR FOR JOHN R. MILLER TO BE SELECTED HEUIKON HITS BEATH TO BE SOM Sensational Testimony Expect- ed When O. L. Lilly Gets Preliminary Trial WOMÉÑFREED j Three Held on Suspicion After / Shooting in Phillips, are f Released f7 P-L.,, jirnntM Saturday Iil#hl* y í 6TI«*e and rangers, was for- mally charged with the murder of C- W. Hays at Phillips Saturday night. Arrangements were being made this afternoon for a prelim- inary hearing in the case late this afternoon or tomorrow morning at which sensational...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 May 1927

MAIL IN IlíS" state forces here should be demanded by all good citizens, and is demanded again by The Herald, to the end that this ^ ^ |HH ... troy oled community may go j)t)or uian'n intend, immediately wir- t pt n«t othwwi * • about its business sanely and i od for Bull Montana, or world wtae and «iso th« lunti' follow the lines" of" Its inevi-: lame, and wiilriu a row days jjxuects í ' * " '' f\~ ' ¿ V ond that "Hackberry Slim," another alleged candidate, was sending tor the ghost oí Billy, the Kid, to pro- tect him, Aft Laird, known as the ■ut diftm | les do not Winston, the exchequer. , drlpk tyfi nquetH as .ftlcohol- wim him, urcblll, chancellor of ps to liia favorite mo. mo más ■ ■ fias ¿N RATK8 BY ADVANCE —ON® YKAB- l • rear ma Sunday—$7.fiO *4.00 6.00 2.9b 2.BO l.sr, CARRIER !N cm Per Mouth •?0o Méd articles, manuscripts, let pictured sent to The IfvtoiSd ar<- the owners risk, and the publisher* y repudiates any liability «>r rcspon for their safe custody or return ut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 May 1927

irald. Want Ads For Results $pP$Í Ratee Two cópí per word per Insertion: t^ree Insertion for five cents per word. All want ads are cub In advance. FQR SALE I Olí HA-LE Jíj model Ford < oupc. Wouid j Irado for hoiice and lot. Cull Y, IleVVild. ¡ jon FOR KENT—Rooity jit Co tin pi) Camp, fur niKhed with atove. ¿hoqisv* í:¡is and light* $fi,OQ a week. 'í block* wí'fit Galbraith-F«ix- orth Lumber y(U'd. 141 - 3tp HELP WANTED- Will yor,i)«i felmw for tin M-rrlrv t lalitííi work. Addv- >4 BOX • 127, borgcu. JPfa irtal. U>A . 'he IIkI <it:f Mr«. R. C: Evans. 22! ¿ Mis J.' Lemons. 15. Mrt¡. RrB. Craft. 65. Irilant of Will Vuuifhn. Misa Paulino Martin, 15. J. It. Robinson, 64. J. I). Cope, Oli. Gladys Lenjóhs, J 2. Mrs. Bessie Tarkett, two children. Mrs. J. M. Wilson, 50- -Mrs.'.). C. Johnson, 60. Two negro rhildren. Telephone cominunii-rilion With the fmrnt 1 IwmBHI •«onwUrocx." 'he sájr#. "The nerv-! ouh WD ni ;íii id of fen niore Internal- j I UK antl vibrant. She Ib nOrvon.s f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 May 1927

; exhibi- í league |fd, Flint to just ill win his team's on two homers by ¡ mate, Chick Haf- krds were showing the of baseball it was a worlt} crown in Were 'hammering i of their <nfrn in how aant.' second time in tow days t blanked the White Sox j the btirdeu of their vie- home oil the broad shoul- lie competent Waite Hoyt. r errorless fielding and the Ming of his mates, the vet- the White Sox to nine hits for a 9 to 0 win. No ae is complete without its Catcher Pat Collinsstep- the seventh and bounced ' the left 'field bleachers- fevs, of the White Sox games the day has been saved seemed lost by the tijpely ¡of Connally, star relief t in the pitcher's box. But even • failed this time, and it was lily's fast one that Collins kuock- it the loop. make it two for New York over EO:,the Giants at the same time were nosing out a close 5 to 4 de- cision in their game at the Polo with the Cubs. Until Terry in the ninth aud drove Koush the game was anybody's. De- ¡it_-s 3 to 2 decision ov...

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

i " ' * i h h < 'w7 él é Ém r * l\, West Texas: Tonight, colder In ex- I® • pfSal si treme weBt, frost In the Panhandle, Wednesday, fair. V'U- « .* "W. L ♦ OFFICIAL PUBLICATIOJF, CITY OF BQRGBB, fstWM VOL. 1—NO. 144. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1927 PRICE 5c STORM TOIL IS NOW 231 * * * y jjjí ^ ^{* ^ 9 9 ^ 9 « y ¥ y y y ****** ****** ^ $ y 9 if, 9 * * .* WATCHMAN TELLS OF KILLING OF HAYS * * * 41 ^ y ^ $ ^ y. v * * * f 9 ¥ ¥ $ **** *¥ y ¥ 9 ^ ¥ V * * * PACE, NEW MAYOR, CORN AND HIGGINS ARE COMMISSIONERS SOFT WATER IS TURNED ON! Soft water from the Plains well 15 miles southwest of Borger was this afternoon turned into the mains of the city of Borger by the Pan- handle Power anil Light company under arrangements made by the city today with the company- Within 21 hours the "gyp" water which has been running in the city mains will have ben forced out and only good drinkable water will be flowing in the mains, according to Mayor Glenn Pace. The mayor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 May 1927

V..;~ Í5#, lh«ir Mf« custody or return, can will b* taken, however, tt u« not loet or miepUced it. 11 FOB ALL DEyABTMHNTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC erroneoua reflection upon the chnractei he vitue he niurd little verdict or reputation of" any individual ¿V or corporation that may *P in the column oí the Herald, will be at -may ap _T liId,' will bi corrected when called to the alten- editor. It i« not the intention paper to wivngly u*e or injure 0, firm, concern or corporation • will be made when warranted f aa *ai one wrongly publishad article. , __.pe lii God: Why art thou ¿fast down, O my soul? and rhy art thou disquieted with- tfie? hope thou in God: for shall yeit praise him, who the héaíth of mv counten- ance and my God. Psalm 42: If I s All Work ogréthér NoW Border has a new crew op- -erating its local ship of state. The passengérs in this ship of, state, namely, the citizens TO the town, should refrain from rocking the boat. In acl- MÜtion to "sitting steady", these passengers sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 May 1927

■ t i TTimi* LUNCVM30M T'NiCiHt^SSg r J 00^ mkow «ww. • - -'7P^ ^REV^ATHW,^ >N> MVT ^r^>- 1 ársí^a^^.W'1' T^v^ra^' the factory build- out the land ch would lie a other month o build j froWed reaped mad riot of M B,ci. the fiiiormou log where "p&ru" «• SO ovW boy Mi, blfcck eyes -open ik «yes, thai wore never Hilled v itli anything moro snlstor than mu- Hlc-btRoilon drflamc. "I'd love to. Italph!" «he cried, her voice breaking °n a note of tear-| t'ql glu'tnuss. ! ,, The Truman factory building ! épra ivlod over two acres of valuable I «haul n I aiiswf o jyent on I volee, 5 but _ She leaned ¡ailing, and the only coherent tl 1(1 her mind was that if she flung herself into that doep well her heart jvould never hurt again— 1 "Oh, «oar) .VJiere'" the phono vim; three girls in the hppte—" Jth. Meado ws^trailed her drftjwriea til to he/ room to answer the tele- ('.round on the north edso of Cil-j 1 hone, which had extension In the '• Factory laborer reached it by j bedroom of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 May 1927

m /•* 'Y i MÍ Ífe'ííl-V. ¿¿M ElpH F ; .' ;-' ' ■ V I ^ _ I ™ iMr 1 ■ P! . . ¡afra llH r «.•' Iv ¡f;í P s Free! V* '^■¡iáiiii f • / •: ^ ' $25 White Gold Wrist Watch given away Thursday, May 12. Every person over 14 years old coming to our store between the hours of 9 arid 10 o'clock, Thursday morning, May 12, will be giv- en a free chance to win this beautiful watch. It is absolutely free, no purchase necessary, just be here between the hours of 9 and 10 a. m. Thursday, May 12. Store Closed all day Wednesday Marking down every item in the store A REAL SALE if . ~ STORE FULL OF HIGH GFi m Slipper Values One lot women's slippers, very latest. This lot includes our latest arrivals in pumps, one straps and T-straps, spike and medium heels. Newest tone shades. Values $7.50, $7.75 and $8.50, choice One lot new arrivals, latest shades and styles, values to $6.50, choice G& j. ¿¡ft" ■*<>* Khaki Kl coat 'W« hirt, mMáit, Boys extra value $1.25 and $1.50 Khaki pants, pr. Khaki caps, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 May 1927

¡mm- tMMH 4 * ■: H ÍÉfiP i «', SAVE i ■ Elf. AMPAIGN Campaign Opens Thursday May 12th 9 a. m. BE HERE! BE PRESENT Free! We will give away free a 26-piece set of fine silverware on Friday, May 13. On Saturday, May 14 we will give away absolutely free a jar full of good old U. S. money. Ask us how you can win one of these prizes for yourself. DE MERCHANDISE TO SELL ent re line of . prides. Tom Sawyer, boys fine shirts shirts at Men's good every day sox Men's white hand- kerchiefs 4c Men's Good Lisle 35c sox Men's fancy sox, regular 50 & 60c value ^oX<vaW' ,\U I* 0 6* O** Y\o&e \ue Wi silk hose, °meij' Ojj $1.50 IN€ OUR STOCK ON SALE ÍIG REDUCTIONS? this: We have moved into the new our old location which is# now in it every one in Borger and the sur- in this new location. igh class of merchandise we carry ve ask. We want to know you perso- with us. tere and want to make 1,000 new e in, get acquainted, see our goods, w prices we are quoting. Be here n't miss the place. Right ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 May 1927

r- I " # VMÍlí &asssa ?BH , 0-i When 'a "sand boil" threatened Iho sen wall at V!c1 l>iirg, workmen- and barge;-. loaded:with 1'Oíj.vy rock:; wore rushed to the ¡¡cene to avert; a lireuK ia,,th(? wall. The «and bn'.l is caused' w.ien water, seeps under the wall, gradually eating a li /íe v/hicli ;inakes it easy for the river ifi crack weakened wall. The ' rocks are thrown mi the-outside of the well to choke the "boll" at tfé rodts. Nungesser Nearly Out of It -sí1® Mississippi between Vickburg and Greenville Is now a great inland sea, extending 100 miles north and south from 30 to '10 | !■ 'miles across. In all thi3 vast region, the NEA flying cameraman found scarcely a dry spot. This picture shows one of the little towns below Greenville, completely inundated with the vast inland seat stretching out in the background. " I — Plippv Love Results in Elopement Boats Rescued Passengers From This Marooned Train eggy Green (pardon us, Mrs. Nor val Tyrell), age 10, is luro that ;her ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 May 1927

Iff I "3 :j:'T r. pmfjS¿3 canta par word. -All want ada are |ÉroK*<yÉg mu H| ém" i® ■ifeS §«i — m ( ■jMM^rnrtjnwra*^ ■t*.'?r,a 'wwryv.ta.' FOR SALE—4 Room house and comer lot. ír ftífrpjíhed. Igora. Prlc* $400. Apply Corner I ft ftple road and Madison avenue. 14¡1-2;j • 1 . ' .. ' 1 i 120 ACRES, znjc prospect, #700.00 cash! Oz#rk mountains, Arkansas. This is a j F a nick sale offer and only good until Tues- : iy, May 11, Reason, uiu #'nu fanner and] % ee4 ready cash.. Farm 28 aeres improved.' bungalow, poultry house, l 1-2 miles to P. O. and railroad. MURPHY, at Elk hotel be- tween 5:30 and 7:30, Sunday, Monday and Tueady., Xo trades. FOR SALE-—-One nix hole Nizer ice cream | cabinet. Used only about three months. Will sail cheap. \V, K. CALLOWAY, Sham ! rock, y'exá . 142-3tp j FOR SALE—Two Portf roadnters, 1925—J 1920 model. Also One 1920 Ford truck, ! 1626 model with dump body and Ruxtel ax- le. Overhauled complete-. Inquire Fourth St. Garage, across fj*om Police station. ,¿—'2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 May 1927

tó r. would suit mo winter Presldont ited George Mo- American .League W&jjlji gate for the ¿Iwj smile that pi ie it apparent ng a hick out of the .umpires," he "I hare had 10 years what they are up ; are going to club this sum- ey ara going to go to with the opposition, not Is." aggressive ball player. Mori- never had any trouble with t umpires because he was a good 1 of human nature and knew rar to go. That asset should Un as a manager. nt Arbitrator 10 years ago, George Mo- riarty dropped around to my hotel in Detroit and said to me: "1 want an honest expression ot ir opinion on a most important it to me." I agreed to give it Then— "Do you think I would make a big league umpire?" Without the slightest hesitation, 1 replied: .. "Positively yes and 1 will tell why. In the first place you iow the game, you are physi- statt. * • • The following spring I was as- signed the task of breaking Mm in as -nn umpire, teaching Mm the tricks of the game. ' *•«£ • Managerial Career George mo...

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

ASSOCIATED PRÉS LEASED WIRE 1—NO. 145. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS X «m Ú ¿ BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1927 EIECTIM CALLED PRICE 6e ft fc ft ft ft ft « ft ft ft ft ft ¥ * * * * ft ft ft ft ft « ¥ * * ft * ft ft ft SOFT WATER IN CITY MAINS AT NO RATE RAISE, WITH NO FRANCHISE ft ft ft tst ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft V $ jp y y 41 *K* 4* ¥ *)!* ^* * * * * # * ft ft ft BOND FOR WALKERS REDUCED < EXCESSIVE. SAYS COURT * OF HIGH BAIL Whitey Walker Will be Re- leased on $7,500 Surety, Hugh on $1,500. BUCHANAN CASE Two Men Are Under Indict- ment for Death of Borger Policeman. we AUSTIN, May 11.—(AP)—Hugh and Whltey Walker, under indict- ment in Hutchinson county charged with the slaying of Officer Coke Bu- chanan of Borger about March 18, today won reduction of * bail in criminals appeals court. The court upheld the two bro- thers contention that $35,000 bail district court set for Whitey Walk- er and ♦Ja.OOO for Hugh Walker were excessive and allowed reduc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 May 1927

mrms m Hfl lily tlrawji luto and this, TOKetRei' v bifutuat ion for DAL RO- S, nephew of SIRS. Ht?A- the hostess, entities lu-i- to Iter violin Through evei-y" fihe l*BM'l|ibers tieuderl)' CURTIS, son of her V-ii*- r, who luis disinherited lilin- iul is boarding with Mrs. |foor pKrt of the city, (lie Truman factory in 1 writing music at. night. In«- ink Hilly to n fimHaclfd by a Hin- du and there he makes ardent love to her. He begs her to keep tlrftr i^knanre a secfpt itjitll $lie yew is up so as not to interferí* with Curtis' agreement. Hilly is lit I y jealous when whe learns that Winkle is going to meat lio- iiutlhe. The samé flay IVVLl'H TR1 MAX takes Billy UtruMgh his father's automobile factory. ' .-.'ve s«4s' 'Cl«,v before he is awaifO of tier );re>i«atce and she is huit and shock- ed to see his thiw-budy bent ovea the hideously uoisy ntachipe, to wie the face twisted hi nervous ag- ony. \tWV (iO OX WITH THK STOllY CHAPTER XXXV ' } Billy stood on tiptoe and spake in- to R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 May 1927

. ■ I®; ' -/ ¿" ri'. ¡fe WW"' l&PW' ! "V:". ' ' ' ' . ••'• * -t I'' of Globe Sea Movies More Than Fad, < " "V ' ? " ' . Says Man Who Rents Ships «C * 4 is constitutiom, , at&iWNSioec" Iheald ilippetshig I n ii* HOLrLYVyoOD, Cal., Apr. 15.— (AP)-—Filmdom has decided to go down to the sea in ships, so popular is the salt water yarn- Among those who interpret the trend toward sea pictures as- some- thing more than one of those "film cycles" which usually follows an outstanding success in any particular type of story is Tom White, who five ^ars-ngo went into the film navy business by furnishing a Squth Sea Islands schooner for a picture called "Ebb Tide." , White has accumulated since then lyicti ■. a' fleet of full-rigged clippers, barkéntlnes, schooners and sloops that-'-he. has formed a company to produce nothing but sea pictures, meanwhile continuing to lease ves- t-els to th&njMg producers. He be- lieves the Jsfpularlty of the sea pic- ture is no moVe of a transient ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 May 1927

t Mil mm • t i— M MAIL W ' w- • • I mo. ma. mo •4.0 2.00 70. B YMI W.00 I. msnuMript*. let to Tb« Hewld art ftwt tk« pnblUlwn I any liability or ratvon uf< bujtody <ir rtturo •ill b* tattoo, however, ti not loaf or miaplaeed: It. B II PÓK ALL DEPARTMENTS ■ i . *73 p. ** t, l KOTICm TO THB PU3LIC ' iv erroneous reflection upon the charaetei «■' or reputation of anjr individual > or corporation that may a; •diurna of the Herald, will be «hen called to the atten- It i not the Intention to wrongly u e or iujur« firm, concern or corporation will ha made when warranted one wrongly published mm' raise Gód: Sing praises to Í, sing praises: sing praises i o our King, sing praises. 47:6. 1 ' Ll -u Ml*. City Heads Take Important Action Borger's new city commis- sion composed of Mayor Qlenn Pace and Commission- ers W. E. Corn and J. E. Hig- gins, yesterday set to work with vigor to bring about some of the much needed im- provements that have been held up during the confusion incident t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 May 1927

y$C.; KÜ& X < i ' § y.-'. I,®#. Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads Far Results SmOi- taa: Two cutí per or<} per tnurtlon; three Invertios tor (ire cent per word. All want idi are «Mb,B #ogiife POR SALE Kft|t MAJ.K—"jil mode! Toril iiiujio. Wiiui tráae for house nnd lot. t.-all V, Hern hi. XU'Sllp FOR NA|<K—Two-room house. 12x24, one j block north oí Hitidoriiter Tool company. A bargain if «old ;it once. .$125.00 rush. \V. H. BOSZELU Ml-Jltp. ÍOH haij:—i >nrge, well equipped boarding • house Company leune in fine new prove - field hear Nocltpu. If v«u want something U *,t h*s a future, seo this .Celling account *Iekjie"8. a cid r eh s MRS, A. J. CHOKEU, law- pa, Texas. Box U7„ 141-2tp 1*0 If HAI<K—Kord TrurJ:. (iood shape: self «larter, shift gear; good rubber and bodi'J KtfVHTONE BOIL Kit WOltKS, North Main stNum. Phuue JO I4ó*ütp HIGHEST PltiCKH I'.kll) FOR I HKl> irHNITUKi:. THAI >10 IN" YOU It O lilt FCBN1TURK POR NKW. ,;¡iNH¡N(í8 lMJIt NIT1IRK CO., 811 NOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 May 1927

• Jimmy O'Brien, Borger lightweight boxer, who tonight clashes th RuBty- Cahill of Breckenridge in a ten round bout heading benefit card at the Labor Temple for the chamber of com- erce Mississippi flood purse. rounds of snappy boxing ft. programmed for for tonight !! flstic bread winners take their iu aiding the chamber of rce Mississippi flood sufferers id,, -staging a boxing show ex- by none at the Labor Tern- tie show starts at 8:30 with ilmlnary events. O'Brien, a Borger youth, i.Husty Cahill of Breekenridge headline bout, fighting ten Two colored boys, Battling tin' and Speedy Moore, of Dal- are on the card for semi-final I lighting eight rounds. Three opr-round bouts precede the main nts as preliminaries. its have been arranged and ¡ big arena went up this morn- at the Labor T8emple, accord- to Promoter Helman who is in (irge of the show for the chamber commerce. The advance sale of ¡its at Field's drug store late to- 'y- indicated a packe dhouse for night, leaving but "stand...

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