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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 May 1927

I®/' Ht f i I V Y < < ' # I Í $ nr. Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results ItM: two c nU par word p*r iatfttíoa; tbret iBMrtlon for (Iva canta par word. All want ada ara la advanea. FOH HALE—Lot nil*1 t'.vo-room 'ioub* well finished. $350.00 if taken soon. *>* • Mock west, three block south of iiitfh school hldf. On Magee Bt. WUBT BR sold nt onco~for $2.15.00. Sport model touring oar. Excellent cond'4inn. Can be seen at BORGEft PAKKINO HPAC'F north nt Inn Hotel. 150*9t* 1 OR SALE—Filling station, cheap; doing rood business. Hell all or half interest. 1-2 y.ileH went Dixon street, corner Klectriot t'ity road. 150*3tp TOR BALE—Public dining room, well equip- ped ; renaonabln in price; good business riid location. Address BOX 272, Borger Texas. 150-3tp FOR SALE—Ifouse 14*10, 12 block north S'outherland Lumber Yard, Price $60. 151 Hp J'OR KALE—Ford Roadster, Essex Coach; Fourth stieet Oarage, across from Police station. 15l'3tp FOR SALE—Two room house. Would accept small ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 May 1927

j last Drivir Sewell. brother of Joe Sewell With the ad Indians. Tommy may In their footsteps and land majors. He is third base- and captain ot the present i' of Alabama baseball the trom foui Root's sixth ke-upln the American league took place when the Tigers made their hits count to defeat Washing- ton. 5 to % and the Browns outsiug- ged the Red Sox for an 8 to 6 de- cision. The Senators thus sank from fourth to a tie with Cleveland foi next to last, while Detroit and St. Louis were deadlocked in fourth po- sition. Disputes with the umpires featured the Detroit game and one man o feach team was banished for talking back" Whitehill fanned ten Senators. The high spot at St.. Louis was the batting of "Bing" Miller of the Browns, who made four hits,, one a home run, in five times up and boosted his average to .446 for the season. Eddie Collins, now with the Ath- letics, was handed a wrist watcl), a diamond stick pin and a base on balls by his old teammates at Chicago be- fore rain end...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

wMmmm Taxas: Tonight aud afitur- pertly cloudy. rímPI fyjftj Bm ux i ■ , '«I* 3FFIGIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGKR, TEXAS 'RICE VOL. 1—NO. 158. — ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1927 RramoosniAN nun *. « ft « « * .« * a A * * * ft * * *. ft ft £ « * * * * * * * * f f f f * ft ft LINDBERGH BRAVES ATLANTIC ALONE * # * « ^ y y 9 y v y y y « f ♦. ft ft ft ft f ¿Jfc ft S ft ft ft ft * ft ft ft ft ft ft .ft ft ft ft * ft ft ft ft ft 900 GALLONS WHISKEY DUG UP * *. * jp >{. * * * * 9 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft V ft ft ft 9 y ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft * ft ft ► B ■ ¡fv ■ Y iW r 9 CITY WILL LET SEWER CONTRACT JUNE 1ST PLANS READY, MAYOR PACE ANNOUNCES Advertisement For Bids Is Published Today for Bor- ger Sewer TO COST $75,000 Two Alleys on Each Side of Mpin Street to be Cov- ered by System Announcing that plans for a sewer system to cost more than $75,000, to include lines down two alleys on each Dide of Main street, as well as a disposal plant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

A y\ ■■; '"■- '■ 1 Sv ■ : j* tui i-fef Ji.v MM Gooowess' X (MEI/6R SAW i'my/'^/A So MoéH BoteR - TWis rgmino^ me - x was re> Get some ON mwí VV(\M HO<Ue ¡,%lla&iíls '- !7 - OK wecL - Pop SAio wHtvreuCfi S HI5- liOUlK — WO HAflM IF I TA«e ft fioupce POUNDS N A g* 'fcI i-:r i>- ~ I - * v r '2<>« •<=ü>, . *%iwu 6iKtort 01P27 BY-HI* StBViCt. I Tf-y Is- Thomas Roy Harris Sought in Amarillo Tlie /whereabout o'f Thomas Iioy Harris is being souglii by his wife Mrs. Harris, 1309 north Kilmóre «I. Amarillo* Teaxs. Harris left his homn about two "vVeefes ago for reasons unknown. If Is alleged that he had served with the American forces in Frace and Was gassed. Description of Harria is as follows: Five feet nine inches; about 140 -150 pounds; dark Brown hair; par- tially bald; brown eyes; sear obve right eye: tattoo; large eagle, upper tight shoulder; blue bird on right forearm, ring tattooed on finger of light hand: Initials T. H. H. iu wreath on left arm. wore a light...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

Ví.f. ' n - •• 1 • / /: i■ ' : :iS>"% v ' T .i;, ¿* ... ' < 20, 1927. -i' -- > ■ . ' ■ "* til1 .• I".- ^nn| ' iwwmi fcÜS i DAItiY HERALD ■ ■ * ,*•- ' v' * a LEGAL NOTICES , ■ U. 3. lt. No: aa FropuMiig in nmciiiliumit to tilo Oomlitn tiou vi tlití MI ule of Texas bv uridine (hereto Section till, Artlulc 1(1 o ns to provide that tlic l.oxinluture i in y fix the I 1 [ ■\ \9 i >' L s. 9. Y r (\ L \ I r i < compciiMHlipn of r<jrti ii t county officer# t by H«lnr(cs in lieu of feo*, commission*; and other prerequisite ; providing for un election and making appropriation to pay oxnenaeft. Be It resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: SECTION 1. Thai tin* «'onstitiition of the State of Toxiik h? anioilflt'd by adding .thereto another «eel ion to bo known an Wcetion 00, Art icio 10, to road a follows, to-wit: HKCTION 00. The LouiNliittiro may pro vid« torn pen «at ion for certain dintrict and county officer , to-wit: The Diatrict Attorney. County .lodge. County ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

to i • 0 I TASTE IT? V % '-'• •. V?f v. FRIDAY, MAY 20. Uiusill Editor for udmitUnu into Uu itaa 1UU at Bor««r. Tom u AiMelatad Praae i* cxelnaivalj «ntlttad to tfe* om (or republication of all dlapatehaa credited to it or not otho^riaa in thia paper and Mao the local herein. I fVMOBIPTION HATES BY MAIL IN !*. ADVANCE L^IWüHík. —ON* YBAB— mryt, v 1 • • 1 year ma mo. mo. M« Bandar—(7.50 «4.00 2.00 70c On) 6 00 2.85 1.60 60c Only S.60 1.IS BY CARRIER IN CITY Par Month 70s .70 10c B Year $8.00 yi nnaoIlcitaA articles, manuscripts, let- tare and pictuna aent to The Herald are ■ant at the ownni risk, and the publiahera animal) repudiate any liability or rea pon. aihility (or their aafo custody or return, lía utmost care w.lll be taken, however, to a that they ara v«ot loat or misplaced in ««He. PHONE II FOB A tiL DEPARTMENTS *9 /(fíli/hT^ I fe-W y \ W/c- m * NOTICE TO VHE PUBUC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of wny individual, ' Arm, concern or corpora...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

vf.\ m->^\ ■■ . FRIDAY, MAY 2r>, 1927.' THE BORGER DAILY HEHAED - Mr. Businessman— Can We be of Service to YOU? We have at your service one of the most modern and up-to-date job printing plants to found in the Panhandle district. We are equipped to give you guaran- teed 24 hour service at prices that will invite comparison. Let Us Prove These Facts to You by Figuring on That Next Job! Jg?t-s PHONE 13 for Representative "WE WILL ENJOY BEING OF SERVICE TO YOU, SOLVING PRINTING TROUBLES" The Borger Daily Herald Job Printing Department -4 . MI ÉjjÉf

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

; ■ & - ; • ■ ' ''' • > ' t ■ ¡D v > . t y* '■ "w *■' ■ "• • * ' ?v ■S^«ffl6HRS8F:? SsifiI ,,¡ , •*«/;/ ,SB5 $"■ -<ii> "" '• ,. ' PRfBAY, MAY ;20; S^raPiff & Western League rer. 5-/; Amarillo. 1-3 i, 2: Oklahoma City, 3. , 5: Tulsa. !>. Des Moines, 6; Wichita, 7. uluicrliH n Uiiíuc liiladelphia, 0; Chicago. 8. Now York, 4: Cleveland, 3. Boston, 5; St. Louis, C. Notional 1/oiiSMf games postponed, rajn. Texas I.eagme Dallas, 3; Houston, 6. Shreveport, 2; Waco, 1. .'. ^ Fort. Worth. G; Beaumont. 2. Wichita Falls, 8; San' Aúlonió, 1. j 4 r' - 'if" ¡ Crossed Hot Sands Clad In Nightgown American League Holds Spot- light Alone as East Invades West LAKECBtm FOR iOX Mill Many Fans Expected to See .... Young and Herndon Meet Tonight 1 ■ ' _ -j An exceptionally large crowd of sport fans is expected to .attend the big boxing card at the Labor Temple tonight, when Brigham Young, Bor- ger middleweight, meets Kid Hern- - don, tne Kansas Cyclone, for the headline event. &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

. X V p i i í It X V y W r < V I { Want A«is For Results Two eenta par word par Inaartlon; la advance. FOR SALE ÍÓH SA.lk—ri^Ql and two-room !i<jiih* w&il •'flpiflhédi fflpOJ)') if taken soon. Una 5W throe block Kouth of ui^li school blilic. On Maxee at. . n.'.'.tp JOH SALE—Hoime Nxlfi, 1-2 block noctli fioiitherlaud Lumber Yard, Price $50. i 5 ] :tp I'Clft HALK—Ford Roadster, Kssex Conch ; bourf h niíeei (Jorage, ucrosH from Police >' tiu . 1.01 :ii|> M)R N AI, J)—Two riMim Kon 8t' W un I il a rrcp; .email t«it an j.iirt payment. Inquire Self (irpoery, KWtrlr OH v. FOB RAI.E—Cheap; new three-2-ro0tri apart - ment house; gas; electric and plumbing; Loji f*0xJ40; lo<aied in , i ho in, .Texas; will fsftcrifice for quick sale. Address H< X IJl, liorger, Texas. |:«s!omi FQR QUK-K SALI'!—(A real bargain) 10xlG liouse; built-in bpd; closets and cabinet; stove; ice box: inaitress and springs; ufcxt doór to filling station uc|fof>H si. nor'It Phil lipS tchool. : i p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 May 1927

ládíll I-.v his be- nbitlonH •. BUly three wants to be- violinist. Nyda la- ______ Hbeiton lie to en- old man's generosity. is infatuated witlt l)ai Ro- " sw off Mrs. McjuUhvh- b«t she fears he is- both she and Winnie In spite of this infatúa- Illy tenderly remembers • Curtis, son of her henefac* r. who has disinherited hims<-lf I is living with the Wells in or part of town, working in mían factory by day and j music at night. The' girls, unknown to T. Q. that he intends to adopt one ' them when the year is over, and to gain his affections, a series of •t ' intrigues follow which strangely 'uvolve not only the girls, but Mrs. (endows, Eddie Itanning (Nydti's sweetheart of former days), "nd Dal Homaine. Hilly lias a break- down and goes away for a month. She belivees she hns routed Ito- .maln£ from her heart, but on her return finds his spell as pioguant a« «ver. Billy lunches with Dal and begs him to assure her that he cares nothing for Winnie. Ill 1 Ills disarming frank way he s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

. . •• >' «IE SaE&E&lttSMSHft ■——i ÍFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CIT* OF BOROER, TEXAS . i—NO. 154. ASSOCIATED, PRESS LEASEÍ) WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1927. ; He Mm •IS A / T < i * . X WORK SOON ON $2,000,000 PLA * * * ****** ****** * * * * .*. * * * * * * ♦ ****** ****** * * «8 IMKRGH MAKES PARIS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * •¡^ ^ 9¿ 9p Sp *_ * * * * * * * * .* .*. * ****** * * * TRAGEDY ROADHOUSE BURNS FIRE DESTROYS OUTSIDE INN. AT STINNETT Incendiary Blamed as Blaze House Where orthy Died DESCRIBE KILLING Piper's Companions Say Ac- cused Was Hit on Head With Beer Bottle STINNETT, Texas, May 21—The Outside Inn, a mile south of here, scene of the killing Thursday night of George Norsworthy, proprietor, was burned to the ground Friday night. The roadhouse had been pad- locked by Sheriff Ownbey that morn- ing, pending action on a request for an injunction closing it perma- uetly. After the fire it was discov- ered that the lock and chain which were on the back door we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

SK inue re- won a newspaper (rer Kid Herndon cf Kau- round main bout last to offer . standing of punish- nuog Both t class, fighting: hi t the au- ifc yott mn-vinal event, mw* V" i • uu~ into a near panic with roars r. The lad fcould grin at tors, wavp his li^rul, and :es turn his back to his oppon- Wink at some friend in the The two boys''put* up'a snappy bition, however, and won - con- rable applause. NO HITS, NO RUNS « ■ _ — . OKLAHOMA CITY, May qi.— <AP)—Frank "Wash" Tubbs, stocky ítóle Oklahoma City western league pltcHer turned in a no hit, no run performance here this afternoon in heating Lincoln 9 to 0. He issued Ufft three walks and had Ave strike outs, three of which carae in the fcth inning. He also struck out the ftret man to face him in the ninth, á Lincoln player reached second. FL ATI RON WINS HAN DICAP Chicago 6-11; St. Loufc 5-6; Bo Pittsburgh 0; New Yortc 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 5; Chicago 7. New York 4; Cleveland 5. Washington 6; Detroit 5. Boston 4; St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

IMRMMHMMMNPPIMWMVMMiatar % S ' I i WKK^ÍBtKKKKKKMKÍKU^mJmáJjkímtMmLmmámmmn ■ . '?■; • ',V- , ¿J¿¡¿ár Conducted by Miss Irene Irvine t Shower Given to Mrs. Will Orrick 0 Taken by surprise In her home last Friday afternoon, Mrs. "Will Or- rick was showered with ralnbow- hued handkerchiefs by her friends In the Missionary Socicty who wish- ed to express their gratitudo and appreciation of her work for the society before she left on her va- cation trip. Sandwiches, lemonade and dough- nuts were served by the visitors in lier honor. < i Rev. Carter Brings His Bride to Borger Rev. Orion W. Carter, who brought his' bride, formerly Miss Gladys Emily Bryant of Hereford, here last Week was married last Sunday after services in the even- ing at the Methodist church in Hereford. Preceded by a wedding supper at six, the bride find groom were mar- ried at an informal ceremony per- formed by the broom's lather, Kev H. W. Carter of Happy,. The church, crowded by visitors and friends, was lavishl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

Wm 2r. t r 11 iijii iiiiiAIMi HlBi<r<TT<H(WBPT^^^ ummmh 6 tbé UBé tof, to It or not otherwise credit newa published herein. RATJBS BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year 6 ino. 3 mo. and Sunday *7.50 4.oo " 5.00 2.80 ::::::: 2.50 1.35 BY CARRIER IN CITY - Per Month V 70c •vlted articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The sent at the owners risk, and the publisher ©xprosaiy re- i any liability or responsibility for tbeir ~afe custody or return, tost care will be taken, however, to see that they are not misplaced la this office. PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC L'flCS tMMP HfWffill George Sterling. By Year $8.00 •irti DftmA puui Kfome Wi. f -T-i ; .;>": in Japan Malone Heads Directors, With Victor Wagner as First Vice-FVesident Officers and directors were ap- pointed at a reorganization meet- ing of the United Charities Asso- ciation held at the city hall yesterday Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation afternoon by remaining dir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

the time." C as 3,800 miles, tun s around 113 mije an hour. Her had barely coine Irene Dixon, of the Be Shdppe ha «returned i . {■ .jpHVipaMWHPPMHp^HRPi ! Viro cent* per word per I pier tl on; three Insertion (or five centa per word. Ail went euh in idruM. POR ÍÍF.NT—Fnrití«hc«l liotel to reliable party .Imiufre rtOU Main, Coney Islnnci Lunch. lit-mp FOR SALE—Praetlcally new furniture for two room house. Mrs. Dixon, Bonita Beauty shop. 154-átp. FOR SALE—A lot and completely fur- nished two room house 12x24, almost lit*'. 'Two blocks east Post office. Very Reasonable, good terms; see "Happy" at Hpecial Cafe No. 3. 154-tttp POR 6A1*E 12 x 14 tent house. furnished for housekeeping; windows, glnss door, $46.00 \V. B. Murphy, one block east Dixon Creek hospital. 154 Utp. \FOH SALE OH TRADE—fT wo Toom house, clear. Well locHted jn Isom. v. hat have you to offer ( Bee Lightcap. Isom Townsito Co. 154-llp. ÍOR SALE—One lot and two furnished hOusen; one 20x24: one 12x20; price $800. $400 cash...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

■**.&'M IB the I puaz- *02«« 000 001—3 0 QÍ0 OSO —020 000 O.'U—2 'R8 WIN May 21.—(AP) — made five runa through are and took the third the aeries today, 6 to 5. 11; EXPORTERS 8 jiont, May 2JI.—(AP) — «.tiler's hiékory was too much the Exporters today and the took the first ot the series, after darkness had halted ... the 8th inning. dias 402 302 000—11 11 1 _ aumont —004 020 200— 8 14 1 Love, Hunter, Pence and Berry; Phillips, Darrough, J. Robertson and Burns. BUFF8 DRUB TATS HOUSTON, May 21.—CAP) — Fielding in Miraculous fashion be- hind the stellar pitching of "Dan- dy Dick" Whitworth the Buffs Sat- urday trounced Jakie Atz's panth- ers 4 to 2 i na swell ball game. Ft. Worth 1-000 000 110—2 0 2 Houston 110 002 000 —4 G 3 Wachtel, Sullivan and BischofT; Whitworth and Warwick. CUBS BEAT 8PCDRER8 i I WACO, May 21.—(AP)—Waco moyed into second place of the Texas league race by defeating the league-leading Spudders 10-9 in a ten inning game here today. Wichita Falls __203 000 202 0—9...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

í¡¡rp Hwl S * • • ■v '• ' "w" ^ I#--':.- 4 W* T 3PFICIAL PUBMCATIOX, CUT OF BORGKR, TEXAS ' PR1CB 154. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MA^ tZ, 1927. Israel, that in the name of Jesujs Christ of Nazareth, whom ye crucified, whom God raised from the dead, even in him doth this man stand here before you whole.; • * Time:— The healing of the cripple took place in the summer of A. D. 30. , Place:— The Beautiful Gate of the temple, one of the temple courts, and the jud{flmen^ hall of the Sanhedrin. Golden Text:—• In none other is there salvation: for neither is there any other name under heaven, that is given among men, where- in we must be saved; Acts 4 :12. «• J X International Sunday School Lesson Written Dr.. J. E. Nunn By Man. K. y i International Sunday School Lesson for May 22, 1927. I General Topic:— ' j|' Peter Heal the Lame Scripture Lesson:— Acts 4:1-10; 4:8-10. Acts 3:1. Now Peter and John were going up int<S the temple at the hour of prayer, being the n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

borne vear. becftusc &.*£&£ to become a epu- lis the only one of the that is serious. the others lied to enjoy T. Q.'s gen- f$g Is Infatuated with Dal Ro- , nephew of "Mi s. Meadows, the _ hostess of the t'urtls home, she Is deeply tuoubled when she tects that he la "playing" both and Winnie Shelton. Wily tenderly remembers Clay Crtrtls, son of her benefactor, who has disinherited himself and Is liv- ing in the Wells home in a poor part of town, working In the Tru- man factory by day and writing mu- sic at night. The girls, unknown to T. Q., learn that he intends to adopt one of them when the year is up and to gain his affections, a series of in- trigues, Instituted by Xyda and Winnie and curiously involving Mrs. Meadows, Ral Romuine, and Eddie Fanning, Nyda's chauffeur-sweet- heart of department store «lays, turn the house into a hotbed of plotting and scheming. Billy is disgusted wit lithe whole thing and loses interest in hir vio- lin. Because she has a nervous breakdown,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

■ ■■ -• t&fát i M l4 I * X'JLA II 22' • L l| ftiif Flfl/Ú]1 L>CAVC8 :. f riooa J^eave8 ;p ves Thousands C v ss - '- msma Off .Than These ( — —— —— Maí< ■ 0® i ^ ■ pan 1 •■•'i l = ^lÉsí SiSiií fe 'r.i> " MAKVI..1NU 1 KKK H*. < ■I fkl i''••••%:?>« Though .the first horror of the ¡great Mississippi flood is past, a situation which must grip the heartstrings of every American citizen now exists and will exist for moHtbs to come. A quarter of a million of our people arc home- less and in distress. They are ex- isting in refugee camps, their only means of livelihood lost for an indefinite period. Most of the flood refugees were not even so fortunate as the group shown above. This family of eight • >.i ?. 'marl Parish, '..outh of New Orleans, experienced hav- ing their home swept away by the swirling crest of the flood and the farm lands which had afforded them a living for years, laid waste. However they saved a little. The Graham Brothers Truck which they had used o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 May 1927

i; <■ ' ft '-V' ■: fy<% SB ^AjÉÉfiM \1\ 11VJHU 111 ' ' ' _ 1 111 oAnn WMIL WIPI ,.,, I ■: - ' * v'; ma ' wríll 'wiá¿kÁC' ' - > 11 will It AMI P1K ir\;< T*' ^ ?W' -1 r. V. IA " v . *•" *7 i i¡ eyery i ü ue as you'll note by a visit here. v' i W ">*' tit KIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIII llllillllllllllllllllllillllllilllli! utmost in val- Hat Boxes ..........$3.00 to $22.50 Gladstones...... ..$10.00 to $27.50 Traveling Bags .............^-$3.50 to $25.00 Wardrobe Trunks, special $22.50 jto $55.00 v, "The Store Witii a.General Line" I' v 8f|,<• '•* m mi iORCER _ By VIC WAGNER i . The three ms yors o£ Dixon Creek . met' in session' íor the—üvst time Since election yesterday and were in- stated into (office- Many issues of importance ' were immediately brought to /attention, including the J.ra'posed street railway company ap- plication flor franchise, the problem oí placing str< jet electric lights and hiring a polit'i policeman. A com- plaint of ■ Jo hn Farmer, cha...

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