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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

■-K' I' V \ vwwr-wá VOL 1—NO. 148. ííilP ■ '•• •• * w 3PFICIAJU PUBLICATION, i á CITY OF BQRGER. TEXAS ***• ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1927 Í j*. % "t I [ 31* Swiday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn International Sunday School Lesson for May 15, 1927. General Topio:— Peter at Pentecost. Scripture Lesson: Acts 2:12-14, 32-41. 12. And they were all amazed, and were perplexed, say- • !njf one to ariother What meaneth tihs? 13. But others mocking said, They are filled with new wine. 14. But Peter, standing up with the eleven, lifeted Up his voice, and spake forth unto them, saying, Ye men of Ju- dea, and all ye that dwell at Jerusalem, be this known unto you, and give ear unto my words. 32. This Judea did God raise up, whereof we all are witnesses. 33. Being therefore by the right hand of God ekalted; and having received of the Fáthef the promise of the Holy Spirit, he hath poured forth this, which ye' see and hear. 34. For David ascended not into...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

ww* m , ' i' • v • ■ ■: > SSI® ,feí, ! Hi • v -f No Lay-Aways No Exchanges -y\ % HIP ?&. p m\ ■fipga—— ■P&: ■$ - fe;. . ' v ■ r 1, \. Stock Was Damaged by Fire, Water and Smokj i-HB ODD TROUSERS $5.00 trousters at $2,50 $6.00 trousers at $3.00 $7.50 trousers at $3.75 $8.00 trousers at $4.00 $9.00 trousers at $4.50 $10.00 trousers at $5.00 All of these are jusi water soaked 11)111n11111111111111 i 11111! 1111 i 11 i 11111 ;iim i¡,, i i 3:: Dress Shirts $3.50 French Flannel dress shirts Shoe Department All shoes and boots are in the original boxes, have not been damaged by .•rmeke nor water. $5 and $6 work and dress shoes . $3.65 $1.95 $4 men's fine Imported Broadcloth shirts, i n plain and fancy, guaran- teed not damaged, sale price $2.35 tllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMIIIIininiiíiiüiHl AH luggage at one- third discount, guar- anteed not damaged. dress shoes and ox- fords, sale price $4.95 $9 and $10 Norman dril- ler, 8-inch shoes, sale price. $6.85 810- Crossett Oxfords,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

WMMM r:WM iinilmillüIiiiiDíullíiitíiÜirfíiíirrHIilüHH jmun i m iiiiujwuui mm warn Look! POSITIVELY / NO CREDIT I S DURING SALE ;? .. . • kl Every Item Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost. Your Savings 50 to 75 Percent of Men's and Ladies wear l e i&'k insisting o J .1 \xer; • / h idCrossett Shoes, Stetson hats, Arrow m^ooper underwear and hosiery, Pool <Hs- Arid a tremendous stock of Ladies tie rha ieiiule carried the highest grade merehan- erchandise. was burned, but the greater moked and water soaked. dar.ged or not is sacrificed. oijll sales that was ever .held in the en- Ninety pairs of slightly damaged new spring ox- fords regular $6, $7 and $8 grades, sale price . ) $4 All-wool camp blankets, water damaged, price $1.95 Genuine Boss YVolloper, red top worlf gloves, per pair $1 to $1.50 work shirts, consisting of Khaki, blue and grey, slight- ly damaged by water, 2 for $0.50 $4 Moleskin and corduroy pants, slightly damaged by water, price $2.00 Sand, Hong ong and Khaki $ Kong...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

w. 'fsstmk- mk "" m «£ m ■ a04Wiyik^ WILLIAM O. BARMA.RD Center MILOH TEMPUE HOUSE OF DAVID DMINISTR6.TION BUILDING {tpp&-rA?/g/i¿ ."KING BEN" ! PURNEUU ¿Stp/cjVV (ó&>/2) H.T. DE'WHIRST VEEN M,ARy" PURNELL > TON HARBOR, Mich. (ÁP) —-Benjamin Franklin Purnell, "king" of the house of David, con- fronts, <"át 65 an effort by the state of Michigan to break up the colony he founded in the name of a reli- gions cult. Bese\ already by criminal charges and a $28,000 judgment against his colony, "King Beii," erstwhile house painter and tunnel watchman, must now face proceedings initiated by the state to throw the House of Dar id into receivership and design- ed: ultimately to break it up. The receivership hearing is set for May 1«. Colony leaders assert that the cijlt is' a religious association, not _TEXAS STATE 1 NEWS amenable to receivership action The state retorts that it is "a hum- bug and a fraud," and purposes to picture its inner workings at the hearing. The colony ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 May 1927

ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1927 PRICE Ge c ( a / < i * f / M > p '1 HI-JACKED BY HORSEMEN SAY AUTOISTS * * * * * * * * * « ^ v 9 y ****** ****** ** * * * * * * OKLAHOMA MVADES CITY 135 VISITORS ARRIVE IN BORGER CONSTABLE OF PRECINCT TWO HAS RESIGNED Lee Gilbert Hands in His Resignation to County Commission GARY QUITS JOB Overson Succeeds to Position As Borger City At- torney Loe A. nilbert, w"io has served as Constable in Precinct No. 2, bince January, l!i27, today tendered to the county commissioners bis res- ignation, according to reports from Stinnett. Ove Overson lias been appointed city attorney of liorger to replace V. II. Gary, minutes of a city commis- sion held last'Saturday revealed. Mayor (!lenn Pace, questioned Saturday and again today as to whe- ther or not Mr. (iary had resigned, stated on both occasions that no resignation had been handed in, and promised to notify the Herald in case anything was done in reference to the city att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 May 1927

Wit HCchtentaUy learn to miopt one of n tjie .mn< is up. Winnie <*> « • • • tl e old man s affections. ty drawn Into Shé Is Infatuated with IK, nephew :>í A1KH. S, the hostess. She l>e- o íh "playing" both ühe inie Snelron and her «us- ure increased when the make excuses and are ab- j sent from the city over the same f week-end. ___ —f " In spite of her infatuation, slie tenderly remembers t'li.W ('!'«• H, son of her benefactor, who disinherited hentself and is , _ with the Wells family in : ipoor part of town, nock hi v. - in . ^ factory by day and writ in;.; music at night, She loses InU-r- * est In her music, and finally she break-down. ¡le she is 'confined to hot- iONSTANCK BKAIHLEY, - well bred, wealthy girl whom Billy admires tremendously, calls to see her and the I wo plan to ro to a resortll Creseent l^ike, for i- *"* sí a month. Constance mentions due- m- ¿ lug the conversation that ito- « iaaine has an interest in a gown * shop. Billy is stunned at this in- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 May 1927

IPs*® :'.-j . " . \h ./ ** v ; ./v"; ^ / j" " '■ '* " rSs a upeetator u Dai 4 m m&wl '1, ': ... ' •'! • iwi'i'JBijij ; <$ '■*■■ ¿. r i: Two cent per word por Insertion; three Insertion fpr five cant* per. word. All want In advance. « •i ^ f,. . are sale wanted <1 Y 4 . 1 > i \ , \ ffrot'ery stuck, good lo- cation., W8T utreel -p t nuil 1-2 block aouth nev urhool building, Bnrger, Texan. 14B'3tp FO|t HALE—One, 2 room hoime 12x24 ft. with or without furniture. One block north of Hinderliter. C. L. STACK HQ IJ 8 E 140- Dtp 4 Mood houses for Kale or rent; 1 1-2 block-, east Dixon Cre«k Hospital. 14f«(Itp P,0™ SALE—Fin* Jersey Milk Cow. See me fit Spur Mu<k Ciiuip, east of depot. C. W. WALL. 147-atp ¡•OR HALE—Small furnished house. A bar* fain if tuken at. «tice. 328 West Dixon Creek at. J47 J tp FOR SALE—One two-room house, 12\14 with or/without furniture. One block north frf Hinderliter. C. L. STACK IfOIJHU. l47-3p POR SALE—One líemin^tou typewriter at Dixon Creek drug ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 May 1927

teams ais today as : games. notches by bearing lie second Yankees idle, hite Sox and sarest rivals. rhnd'r Terry, Giant the Reds' best ^latest victory while «••an nitcHed a steady ill. Most of the damage n the third when five 's off Hixéy made four count was G to 3. pirates, who with the ave been pressing the ¡t closely for the league moved ahead of the plons to sécond place iefeaated the Robins, 9 the Cards were having a t ■ avenated Brooklyn team risen out of the cellar in t few days gave the buccan- üard tussle for thier 9 to 6 Making five runs in the le Robins knocked Lee Mead- ; of the box ant: tied the score & tose out later wheii the Pir- hitters resumed their on-, of <Jne best pitcher Uncle iould produce. marked both of the games In the American League and them benefitted the Yankees e rained out of their sciied- iie with Detroit.' nearest rivals, the White pt a close decision to the Ude to 1, through buncehd Bostor a costly Chicago ..error. The era of the Red hose ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 May 1927

,r,vv:;fi r . .Ve, í,; ftÜ ■ 'nliii. a u: A y ñ \ !>' m y\ «r - ' i mZ'ÉOMlíMl&riíik' |(J] , i $ I nS^BStKmBHSmmti :■ •Cfc3$M í4SÍ -£'¡MáíJ I V? ■ ,¿1&'. , - «"'i. /• ti ' M^\ fmm ' V- • RPPW F* \ /# 3 • « *■* ■.- :: - * > , * '*>r "- ^ I .*' '¡" r ^V;¡ '"''Wí¡V V- I . W| ■,i,*ríl * * * ♦ * * * *. * * * * * * * • *•-*-*. fe ft ft ft A ft ft li fe, ft ft ft ft ft ft WITH BORGE ; : ft ft:-;i ft-ft ft ;¿ft^- * -ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ^" V ft ft • ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ANOTHER CITY IMLS KFOK Alchalafaya Strikes in Early Morning Hours to En- gulf Town \ No PEOPLE FLEE Lives Yet Lost, But Cits- zens Unable to Save Their Property NEW ORLEANS, May 17 (AP) — Melville, La., fell before the on- slaught of the Mlssippi flood today. • Striking swiftly in the early hours of the morning, the gorged Aachala- faya river tore aside levees, barriers end turned its full forge on the town driving residents from th^ir homes attired in night Clothes. With one mighty rush the waters engulfed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 May 1927

0« I • .. SATES B* MAIL Ui ADVAMClt -QIÍ* THAW— 11 « I IMl mo, mo. mo •ad Sunday—#7 JO MOO i,00 7Uc Ouly 6.00 2.86 1.40 60c Only 2X0 146 .70 0c BY CAKH1EK IN CITY «k e«r Moutb B Y«*r r 70o $8.00 jtttd «title . manuscripts, l«t- . pteturai teat to Tb« Herald r« the uwneni rutk. and Uu publishers repudiate* hot liability or reapou- ar tar tbeir «ate ©ustud or f .'turn utmost csre will be taken. bowever. to m that they ar« uot lout or mwplMwl in tMs ««Is*. ■ m PHONE 1Í FOK ALL DEPARTMENTS ■r"^' I ■^■^■ÉÉBÜÉÉÉi \:W, [ ■éitA-r*,* NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character itendini or reputation of any individual u7m, concern or corporation that may' ap pear iu tlie columns of the H**rald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention of thia newspaper to wrongly uee or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation and correction will he made when warranted prominently a wa« one wrongly published rice of article....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 May 1927

RSPP It. I font Ada ■fw ■ ■<& e«nt« par «4 Mr Inwrtlon; three insertion tor fhre cents par worfl. All waot ads «•> I 4 o f! ? f- / \ h t'Ji V ( •BK sold at once for $335.00. 8port OJOdel touring ¿ var. Excellent condition. Cab • iian itBORGEK PARKJNG flRAdF nprth of Inn Hotel. 150-3t ^rOH HaLK—.Small grnci i-y stock, good lo- cation acrosh street weet und 1-2 block nth Aew school building, Borgcr. Texas. 140-fltp Ipttfl r«#n. eiAi^ri—-iTiinig si u lion, cheap; doing gttod business. Sell all tir half interest, x-l Utiles west Dixon street, corner Electrict <llty road. ifiO<Stp ÍOR HALE—Public dining room, well equip- ped; reeannuble in price; good business rüd location. Address BOX 272. Borger TexM. 160-atp BALK—One. 12 room house 12x24 ft. if 1th or without furniture. One block ilofrth of Hinderliter. • • J C. L. HTACKHOlTSE )49 3tp H)fc" tf It 3 Pood jiounes for «ale or rent; 1 1*2 block Mt Difcon Creek Hospital. 146-Gtp FOR SALEt— One Remington typewriter at Dixon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 May 1927

11 I lasjous, rew Betke s-jGarden he1place of -failed "to ■ ap- wag seeh on the ' terdav but for bed the old Ili.ilow known as létic Club. Bobby pic champion of t .olasa, -happened to r Jr >i'ást night and straight- i the place Of Delaney in i the preliminary and king the iilace of Young Bed Pat Reagan .in a min- a hialf, and then flew at thie main go. The Dutch- Dk the first fall In thirty min- 3hicH . took the second in ten ! and again the third in ten the Dutchman to all cor- of tru ring, Chick completely ked out Betke, to win the laát The young Kansas wrestler em- crushing headlocks for both |ce was seen on the street this L saying he felt "all right, id of shaky." Betke and are booked for next Monday. ichita AMARILLO De« Moines n^nvttv Oklahoma City 11 Lincoln ' 9 —Y, Texas League 14 15 ,11 16 .51 .498 .423 .407 .310 G. W. L. Pet. Wichita Falls ^,-81 23 K .742 San Antonio 33 19 14 .070 Houston ' _33 lfi 17 .4 85 Waco 3i 15 10 .484 Beaumont 33 is 18 .4 55 Port Worth 32 14 18 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 May 1927

A * mm r-m: - - • ,« 'i ,West Texas: Tonight and Thura- ftjr, fair; cooler In north. (3 ¡Uli DKP. DFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OP BORGER, TEXAS —m VOL. 1—JÍO. 151. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, ,MAY 18, 1927 PRICE 6c V EXPLOSION KILLS 35 CHILDREN! fc ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft # ¥ ft « ft ¥ V ¥ ft ft ¥ ft # # * ft ft ft * ft ft MAY CLOSE CUY SCHOOLS ¡f ft ft ft * ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft * ft ft ft ft ft ft if 4> ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 2 BANKS ROBBED BLAME KIMES * * ft Sfi ^ # ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft * ft ft * ft * ft ft & ft ft ft * 4 >' HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE IN LATEST FLOOD ATCHAFALAYA SWEEPS OVER LOUISIANA ft 8,000 Square Miles Under Water From New Brfeaks • In Levee 20 PARISHES HIT Reports of Persons Drowned Or Missing Continue to Pour In NEW ORLEANS, May 18. (AP) — With approximately 8,000 square miles inundated and the waters from breaks in the Atehafalaya river and Bayou des ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 May 1927

jíí,.." -Mi TCyrTT ADVAMCS —ONI TBAB— BY MAIL IN Njr I ü i; . Hen eft -fo me today. T. t morr and fe " NE ■world and ' by ir Bocie Sity. rnob: Bfe& • i i fui mo. rao. mo 17.6 «.« e.0# . 6.00 ÍM 1.60 60c . S.60 1-tt .'(0 10c BY CABJUE* IN CITY ' t"'mUauth v«r AJI onaulleitad «rtlclM. euanuMrlpt , te sua picture* MM to Til Hendí t «t ttw uwimr risk, and U>« publ all repudiates an liability or raspón for tbair aafe custody ur «turn oat cara wUl be taken, kuwevw. t> the; ara but loat ur Biaplaewl li thiaufflea. PHONB 11 FOB ALL DEPAKTMKNT3 let- mffm n d ' r' • It Mr ■>nfV SWkSBÍÉÍÍÉIÉÍM Jfl return- \y could ;*.w by Qntoe Qusijr Cp& MA frriMrc NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erruiiooui* reflation upon the character standing or reputation of auj individual hr«i, concern or corporátlon that may *1> p«ar in the eoluoms of the Herald, will bt aiadiy corrected when called to the attelV lion of the editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to'wrongly nee or hi Jure any ind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 May 1927

"é \L < V %v ÉS H-' vJcV' ■'.• ■ ■■-■ IJÉ& |tw; two canta pér t% adT nca. ir Dai Want Ad* pn iBMrtloa; thraa lntartlon (or (It# cent per Word. All want ad* ar* FOR SALE ?^J6T BrjROl'í ni oih'h (or ¡(«236.00. Sport '•"tlOMl touring car. Excellent condition. rS be neen ot BOH O EH HAKKINO KPACK orth of Inn Hotel. Ift0«3t Ituit bALK—small grocery stork, good lo cation aero* Rtreet west and 1-2 block south new school building, Borger. Tcthr. 149-3tp FOB SALE—Pilling station, cheap; doing good business. Hell all or hulf interest. J «2 Xilea west Dixon street, corner Rleutrict i'itjr road. lf>0*3tn FOR BALE—Public dining room, well equip- Sed; resaonable in price; good business location. Address BOX 272. Borger Texas. 150-iltp FOE SALE—One. 2 roniu house 12x24 ft. with or without- furniture. One block north of Hinder!iter. C\ L. STACKHOUSE 149-3tp FOR SALE—House 14x10, 12 block north Bontherlaud Lumber Yard, Price $50. ]513p l'OR SALE—Ford Roadster, Essex Coach; Fourth stieet Oa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 May 1927

and the period nfun- j weefcs, the iitiOB wll on tonight anted, and the Bd at the big , dance hall He tbree candidates sn were closing in and putting ate rush for votes, brt at one o'clock this _ on cash votes was had t Laird offered one laboring s dollar bill if he brought uully. While Art was lie side of the street Hf.ck- was seen on the other g a mechanical mule on a 'nd him. Spectators were 1 sly inclined to believe Slim npting to advertise his ro- . dog races while in the leg- . act of campaigning. Gut the t. tr of - this column of truth, with platform ever the same, "I'm ady's friend until the votes nted,"'had little to say today preparing to lead the father he Ancient order of Bulls and 1 down the street behind a brass ;• We made our individual prom- _ rday while the other two nts were knocking each other through political mud-sling- t toHight's the night. Watch ow's Bull for the results or t.'it first hand at the big hop to- o satisfy the minds of all our irs and voters, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 May 1927

• •1 ■■ WKX-' • • ^eat Texas: Tonight and Friday* I partly cloudy VOL. 1—iNO. 152. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE ■ ' «ir*, PRICE 6c OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 19,1927 HUNGERS CAPTURE STU * as y ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * y y ****** * * RUTHERFORD NAMED HEALTH OFFICER * * * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ***** * * * * * * * * * PLEDGE BORGER SCHOOL FUNDS V POWER COMPANY GIVES CASH TO PAY TEACHERS Panhandle P. and L. Responds To Call for Aid From Dickson WON'T CLOSE Superintendent Says Schools Can Now Continue For The Year Tlio Panhandle Power and Light Company today promised to advance the necessary funds, $2,500, to meet the pay roll of the Burger school district due tomorrow, Superinten- dent J. W. Dickson announced. Fi- nal closing of the loan will be made this afternoon, it was said. Mr. Dickson yesterday announc- ed that the schools would have to be closed unless money to pay the teachers, and for other necessary expe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 May 1927

n K «*• tÉ¿r V a a l'C< y m T S3 Stwni tuatio i ' iicp benefactor, who ln.s <Hs- , J himself nud b living with the Wells family in r-oor part of rkliiit >n « tai'ton* Uy «lay usic at night. ? iinkiutnu .to T. Q , at he intends to adopt one PU the yeifr is over and ipafferfton, a series of íír trguM follow which mysteriously .Involve not only the three «iris, tout Mrs. Meadows, Eddie lfauiuing, (Ny tin's ^luxuffeur-sweetheart of other days), ujtd i>al Roinaine. Hil- ly loses Interest in her violin. Hhe lias a breakdown and leaves for a month, during which time site feels stie lias recovered from lto- maine's s|«*li. The night of her re- turu, Jiuiweyer, at a country el,ub dance, she fnlLs again under his ¿frange fascinating powers. While waiting on n balcony foi' her part" iser, Billy se«*s a scuffle between Roinaine who Ls strolling with Ny" da and Eddie Banning. When Hilly later asks Roinaine about, it, he tells Her*'that Banning hiis put himself and "smntMHie else" in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 May 1927

ÜSi DMppH S • . . CQllAtlfTED Still Continued With BIGGER Values Week-End Extra Specials Several snappy, stylish ladies m Qr pumps, values to $7.50 for_ 3}v*9v One assortment ladies trimmed m nr hats choice vv«9v Another display ladies new pat- terns hats up to $15.00 values now only vf ~vU Rack full ladies silk dresses, your aa choice : vOifv Our sale has proved a big success. During this period we sold customers whom we have never seen before. We want to continue to push it and we are still solicit- ing other trade. If you come once, you will always come back. Ask those who have purchased of us. Values unbeatable. iimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' A. & S. STORE 2nd Door North Rig Theatre Week-End Extra Specials Another lot of the finest silk dress- es in the store values to $45.00, aaq your choice * w/bV*l3 Kotex, each' Display men's straw hats, your choice . Just received several numbers of the snap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 May 1927

' 5 ta uclaainiy w i ai *11 & tins AIL IH :Wr W i iw - m BW. n«. Mi hldU-H.il $4.04 1.00 Tftt I i «.00 Ul 1.60 «0f lié 1.15 .7*' «Oí Ti m U.M •rticlo. maniucripU, l«t- •ent to -Th« Herald art risk, and tha publisher, tata* any liability or rea pon their «ata euatodjr or retara, cara will ba taken, howeveri io t are not loat or misplaced in HON! IS roa ALL DEPABTMENTS NOTICE TO TBB FVJBMC reflection upon the character reputation of any ' or curporativn -that may 1 a Iba columna of the Herald, will ba corrected when callad to the atten tbe edttor. lt b not the intention aaarvpater to r(m ly uaa or injure firm, concern or corporation will be made when warranted One wrongly pu of artiale. "Toe Measure of Mercy: Haye nierey upon me, O God, according to thy loving kind- ness: according to the multi tude of thy tender mercies |>lot put my transgressions " im 31 :i. c £ City s Business oen to All HK.\1)S KAGI-E.S line will begin about June Int. This line will have a carrying ra- paci...

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