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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

ir X ' v; \ . t ;j¿ PP|fiÉ • \ i' ■ —. •' - -i ■ ;• tAILY HERALD ~ i : i mWmm n"Wiil¡illUltllllUlHI(l(IHHailtDtltimi!>l!)!ltlftltllU(KtHtlll|!tlt(ttlttlttlllltUIII!lttíl|lll!lllltlilll!l{!lll!llllltlt!!UlllilllllMtlll/fm;/ltlilllllllIlf|f!!l!imillt!IIIIIIIIIIINII!Olfl!(Sllltít(lillt!l!iUIU!ll{i(!l(lilllf!ililiiili!ll! i' 1 . k- ■■■' 1 •<4 , ;; Saturday, April 2 1927 Is the End of er Herald's Great $2,000 Auto and Prize Campaign FINAL VOTE SCALE i\ ( l> 1 y The Last Day, 7 o'clock SATURDAY APRIL 2nd THE END OF THE HERALD'S AUTOMOBILE AND PRIZE CAMPAIGN SIX MORE WORKING DAYS—March 27, to April 2, 7 o'clock p. m., is the last chance for any can- didates to win the late model automobile and other valuable prizes to be given away in The Herald's fa- mous automobile and prize campaign. The last chance to share in the distribution of approximately $3,000 in valuable gifts. ARE YOU GOING TO BE IN THE WINNING COLUMN? Are you going to enjoy the countless weeks and months of pleasure ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

mIs ppi nrcpoua IN I* stikket •wlmnla* • Or ra ii I* brllrvrd that Ihr ■ tilrhnq. a* «titd tfcuf tt ivaa a «Mr MaNifilk. *'• bathing mnpaiiilMt ItOflRR NRViM.B. a UBS. Hit I. FN MARNAnV and CARMEI.ITA VAI.nOM. S|Tp^- j f? ' AXAftTAIIA FOIJOHI, rrrratrlr aad mnalrrfal alatrr of the rtrnd •aaa. lakra rnmmand. aad It la MIlMlakrd that aaa TROVDON REARS la a fancier of carton* wraanaa. Mm ra admita borlas twa kttlrpa bat ant the nlrhan. A a a a t a a I a rn*a«r« TITUS •MGOS. an architect. to mark na lb* raac. RAN PRt.TOtt. Poliom'i •tl" . arrlrra and I nnaslrd by «he «rion. Preach dalla In hla aarlr'a room. Crnrdnn «car* arada far RI.RM. fKC STOJfR. rani nun drlrnlrr. He talla klra Vnlanm kad hrrn hlack- malllaa kin nnd br bad llrd at fbr Inane*! bol «*aa Innocent. Sfnar mrrta other* nf the circle, tneladlnc *EI) RlRRnv nnd hla •fife. MA DEM MS. who pur.ilc* him. Mills SRAIIS. ann of Croydon, la aarprlard nrhrn Stone mentlnna rt* dolla Folaom bad owned, nnd •tana later dlaeovrra ana dol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

These two little "interests" were active in the discovery of sold nl Weepah, Nev. They are the 8-months-old twin childrn of Mrs. FrajiH Ilorton, whose Bori, Frank, Jr., 19., was one of the discoverers of gold. The twins, Bobbie and Hick, furnished the motive. ♦ ^Fortieth Legislature Was Marked By Harmonious Work Throughout AUSTIN, March 26,— (AP)— As' T"1 three cent gasoline lav until Governor Dan Moody daily signs bina i September 10 28 is expected io restore the accomplishments and omissions | the highway department financial of the Fortieth Legislature regular; competence, and the two cent tax session are being echoed through the! thereafter is calculated to maintain it. state, now that the lawmakers have had a few days to talk things over: For two sessions, the gasoline tax with the folks back home. | had been an unsettled issue between Legislative harmony with an ad-|<he n°use and Senate, with the House ministration set up by an overwhelm-1 proposing and tlie Senate disposin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

March 27. ave played the the Nicaragua!! wm us president ill 1923, made the that the United States nlled from the coún- they had kept peaceful 1812, when they were as- here. Martinez, a native of luy, an interior Indian vil- as a conservative and vlce- at, became president upon ith in October, 1923, of it Diego Manuel Chamorro, ¡le of Emiliano Chamorro. Mar- remained president until 1925, ihen a coalition ticket was elect- ¿ > 1 4 Carlos Solorzano,. a conservative, Jelected president and with Juan Sacasa, a liberal, as vice pres- et, took office on a coalition cket on January 1, 1925. At the election nearly a score of lib- fral congressmen were given of- fice. -¿X Noting that the coalition ticket had not met with complete ap- proval and being cognizant of the JÍDlitical rumblings of dissension. Solorzano asked that the time of the withdrawal of the marines, arhlch had been agreed upon in Washington, be extended. This was done and when apparently every- thing was quiet, the marine...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

lh>; ■ ■■*, Wifcm ■ «i i l/ \ i ? > Y <"4 \ ta k < 1 /J*. w i?na«ar°** _ — 3: Sunday and Mon- nday and Mon- sters In «{>uth d, ngbt to fresh to southerly ads on the w im mm r mmmmBJñ hi fcw&Wfto - ^ 1 V'-i" • ■ ,• m -w >'•' .M* ' i - <n,; ■•„. .> - 'i„ v .., • • , '•. j,- ♦ tf >■ A i >&$$ . -SÍ/ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CUT OF BORGBR, TEXAS AJJL 1—¡NO. 106 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, MARCH 27, 1927 ■ ■ - ■I •BR 1KSMY Will Decide Whether To Move Clarendon College (. To Amarillo ;1 DALLAS, MaroM 26.—(AP)— Bishop John M. Moore of the Meth- odist Episcopal church. South has caled a special session of the North- West Tex <\ conference of the deno- mination to meet at Amarillo, next TiiSSday, March 29. The purpose of the called session is to act on the proposition to move Olárendon college from Clarendon, TéXás to Amarillo. It Is understood tttfet the city has offered the insti- tution $2,000,000 as an inducement to change its location...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

rjv I •: •:.... guSM 0 ' ip-m" TOW* p *■ Avwmm assistants this year at the Unlvérsjty of Texas are SUStford h. Miller of Abilene, Rupert Harkrlder of Abi- léne. Jack Matthews of San Antonio, Charles Bannister of Corsicana, and Charles Beavers of HUsboro, accord- ing to Wiley E. Glaie of the men's physical trailing department. As- sistants take care of equipment dur- ing meets, while the chief assistant acts as scbrekeeper, Glaze explain- ed. ífeí :L. Wmm I PÍ, ra! KAT HKJ HERRT; . <-HO\V THIN l)y eating u giant strawberry, wliich recently was brought t«> this country, one may reduce weight and beepme more beautiful. ac- 'cording to those who found the berry in China. The beautlfier thrives along the Pacific coast, south of the Yangtze river. It grows 011 trees, bears about six crops a year, and has beautiful flowers. Efforts will be made to cultivate it in this country. LKNOKK.N BANDS ABANDONED íf "Stirring Days At Sea Await Legionnaires Who Shove Off For Second A. E. F. Tour ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

•3 All-Texas Special To Keep Civic Beauty a (• Puts His O. K. Véteran's Meet In Paris ; AUSTIN, March 26.—President "'ttlldge approved and wished full hs to The American Legion's intior In Paris, Prance, next Ptember In an informal conversa- Wlth National Commander Sa- te at the White House, it was un- lived today by Allen C. Ater, of la#, Department France Conven- l Ollftcer of this state. Accompa- iJng Commander Savage to the Vhke VJouse wf/e Milton J- Fore- Fist National Commander: Ksra^ John J. Pershing, Majen- lera! Charles P. Summerall, Chief of Rear Admiral Hugh Rod- in; James A. Drain, Past National tnroander; John J. Wicker, 'Jr., National Travel Director of The itye Committee; Hanford MacNider, Apierlcan Legion's National Legisla- PMt National Commander and As- sistant Secretary of War, and Dwight V F. Davis, Secretary of War. ' In addressing the distinguished I gyeats, the sj."kesman for the White House said: 'You took care of your- f$yes when you were over before V' and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

f. ?pm <*<« ■ mm nine, by rBlArtlÑO CO. zzmjzz-IS5T35 _w_ —, —.—.— n pending for admittance into the United States Mail at Bor- as Second Class Matter. dated Press is exclusively entitled to th? use for republication Of *11 news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. rr? - < - jra v* I s$| (' *• : ij-." SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ¿ DVANCE 1 year 6 mb. 3 mo. Brenlng and 'Sunday $7.50 Evening only 5.00 Sunday Only 2.50 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month 20c 70c $4.00 2.85 1.35 $2.00 1.50 . .70 mo. 70c 50c 30c > • • .' Í«MMÍRÍMHKS! 1 é . :< JK ■ ' f ■m<. Her' mm Í%ÍGHT TO NKW /KAIjAM) IN HHVKN DAYS TO BE TH1K1) 1 has never but no\ n n «• •#o • • -• will UV 1 I X - 1 By Year |8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- pudiates any liability or responsibility for 'Loir -.ife custody or return. T...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

m •Wmm üi V ■. ■ ■' V '"^j;v*V : •; 1r: , W0$l .■'i'l?'':1!; ■ ¿j V *.><?•' miWw Mr: v"1 ■ •r-v "H" •ii\ fr* $ •* v THE B r j Ratea: Two ceuta per word per insertion; three Insertion for five cunts por word, caah In advance. All want ads are / HERALD LOST AND FOUND LOST—Block hand bog, between Hurler and f¿ii 1 ( Hill, onituined - pair shoe* and 2 pair rn libera.1 Finder rot urn tu thin off i en and receive reword. O. K. Win#. lOli-Utp LOST—Purae, containing b>H of sale und nl«T license receipt* on Ford touring cur. ICvwurd. Leave at Herald. J. A. Anderaon. 100 .Jt| LOST OH STOI.KN—One Firestone tire, tube and rim alze tt'Uxti. Heuord if re turned to Ted Goodwin. 100*3tp FOR SALE GNCIO LOTS ISOM HKSII In South Lola 50 b Price , 1100 ISOM TOVt'NSVTK CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgr* Phone 120 Burger -10 feet /«5q—Terms FOB HA LK--Four-room houav, two Iota, thrift ar giiruge. 81-1 North Harvey, l'hone 17 5. 't\ ioo-atp FOR SALK OR TRADF—Small cafe, Xorth Main St., $150.00. W. Wes...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 March 1927

v«r, "i Mí ' le psalmist, preached a very ex- for early springtime, or indeed for any when he said, "I will lift up mine eyes considered "the heavens the work of Thy fingers, and the stars, which Thou hast ordained." Davicl avah and strength and power by contemplating and thé panopliéd skies. Sorger, ringed with oil derricks, may forget the canyons hills aVound it. The lanterns on the derrick tops may draw Borger's eyes am the stars which blaze over the hills. But these things still have in them what David found lere. IOORAM ANNOUNCED 1 — roR T""AV The following program has been announced for today by the Church f Christ: JJble study, 10 a. m. ^Preaching, 11 a. m. & Communion, 11:45 a. in. ¿''JProaching, 7:30 p. m. ^Prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m., Wed- ■> Meeting at Isom school, three blocks west of Depot. Every one Sffelcomed to all services. Milky Way Population W, Is Raised By Billions — NEW HAVEN, Conn.. March 21'.. <AP)—If the aun were a tennis ball Jying on a court in Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 March 1927

íi / y ' _ . - f TEXAS: {Tonight and Tues- day nartly cloudy, probably showers in southeast portion; warmer tonight ;fn north portion. il t^il- ■' Vv L • - >"• * t ■ /- f ' ' " " t ■ >t *:#?-• v '«SVSmí' •i'#S 'í'i , .if-' lEvjiMWKWJttii^ '>< - -■■ m- ■■■ Sr *■ wi*m, "^r"?''' , v ". KB |&' ' ^ 1 Ivl ;in north portion. jj ^ .,, xfi!r, VOL,/1—Xu. 107 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE pm /' wik ||H ■—V M 4WI A Alii DEPARTMENTS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITÍ OF BORGEB, TEXAS ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1927 mmmmmrnrnm PRICE BURNS DOWN BORGER MAN IS FOUND DEAD ) Airplane Carries Mother to Boy in Borger V V m ■ >f'\ c! i Aged Tamale-man Dies Near Empty Poison Container QUIET IN U) S. Forces Ready New Outbreak of Hostilities For WASHINGTON, March 28.—(AP) —The force landed o I Shanghai yes- terday from the American cruiser Pittsburgh has been returned to the ship and quiet prevailed in that city toddy. Admiral Williams, commanding the American na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 March 1927

wlb P i -i \' -y ■ Madeline tola ber hus- band. "but 1 think 1 would done so It I could have ac- complished It. But how was 1 to go about it. Ned? Well, ne gave me twenty'four hours to think li over, and told me 1 must make up my mind to go away with him ar he would not only tell you, but ne would see to it that it was put In the papers and would be the biggest sort of scandal imagina- ble." : "Yes. Who killed him. dear?" "Don't ask me, Ned. i don't Know, really, and yet—I fear—" "But "from ""how on. my girl, there's Ito ;be no shadow of a se- cret between" us. No hnlest film of shadow; no faintest trace of re- serve. So, come on, out with it." And Madeline told him, but he couldn't believe it. Ml" !,.,,,, jff'f '" P-ílM: ► tl fr'4 m. and kissed the hem of Miss Anastasia's frock. '1 Now, ts.1 Miss Anastasia Folsom known all this, she would not have done what she did do. She had finished ber luncheon and had repaired to ber room to rest and| tjilnk over matters per- taining ix> be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 March 1927

m f\ ¡f* ■ijjüü ** . ■ . ' •' íV'-'T ¡t y.'.E*fWJ t mm S, 1927 smp: &J$8 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD •H* f Now All Empty Hulks Destiny of Illinois Mine Town I ',CBERRY. III.. March 28.—«(A^ —Ghostly "Dead Man's Row,"', for 18' years a gaunt mejnorlal ty. oi\e of Americe'r' S/Sátest mine disas- ters, tod?y forebodes the desolate fate which may overtake all of Cherry If a coal strike comes on April 1. , i tThere are 80 houses In "Pead 7 Man's Row," all of them empty hulks. When the great mine fire tool; a toll of 267 lives at Cherry on Nov. 1?, 1909, these somes were touched more heavily than any others, and bereaved families moved out. Now the railroad company which operates the mine has dismantled Granville mine nearby, and has ojieúly (intimated that if suspension Of work causes the closing, of the nilne, It will be closed permanently. .'if that happens, the thousand -remaining inhabitants will quit the Village that once was a town of ¡28 saloons. Few of the residents | " , ,$tky i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 March 1927

1N0 OQ. Ul&ftmT Muuuciug &litur pendían (or «draltUnae Into the STfflt •t Burear, Tuu u §'?M Mm $ V(¡*v,- hfo v ited Pr«M I* «uluilvel/ «ntitled um for republication of all newi credited to it or not ftherwiit« in thil paper and aLto the local ' puklwWd herein. i. r ■UB80ttlPT10t>l RATES BY MAIL IN j ADVANCE —ON® YEAB— * « year mo. Vfwtna and 8un<Ur...t7. 0 <4.00 2.00 70c fcraaina Only £.00 2.85 1.60 60c Sondar Only 2.60 i.as .70 soc BY CARRIES IN CITY *er week far Month B Year Me 70c $8.00 I 1 mo. mo. I ■ 9 I 1% ▲11 unsolicited articles. manuscripts, let- tort and picture* sent to The Herald are s#ot at the o*i eia risk, and the publishers «i prowl y repudUtM any liability or respon- sibility for thtlr safe custody or return. Dm utmost care will be taken, however, to that they ara not lost or misplaced in FHON1 II FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual. Ann, concern or corporatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 March 1927

lam ;s. W i ■ ' 41 ' f1 3 i V < \ v w m > ~' " THE bokobk BAR ' DAILY HERALD r";^^ ; * Jim,, • >*: HbRHM tí'ító ■*' Use Borger rt% ra aiw Ads For Results V. ' % i: Two cent por wosd per Insertion; three Insertion for five cents per word. All want ads frjR My c¿. FOR SALE ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS In- South Bprgor Lots 60 by 140 feet Prices, $100 to $350—Terras I BOM TOWNSITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgrs. Phone 120 FOR SA,LE CHEAP—Ol<J Newspapers, good for wrapping purposes. Call at Borger Daily Herald office. 76-tf FOR SALE—New Hemstitching machine. Box 477, Borger, Texas. 100-iltp FOR SALE—TRADE—A money making opportunity for live bitsiness man in Borger who wants rooming house cheap. 62^ N. Main St. vFOR SALE—Lot building, and Katy's cafe, one block north of Tool Co., on East Dixon Street to Phillips. Dirt cheap at. $275.00 J 05-.'ftp FOR SALE—Two buy horses, weight 1250 or 1300 each. Both have star iñ face and wo*' branded. Webb Brothers burn. 107*3tc WANTED—Woman to do ja...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 March 1927

9 ips ü 28.—(AP)— akees gathered ilrts Monday in ..—rsburg, preparatory ;h Wednesday on an ex- | northward. nock was in camp, the sldouts to come to terms, it believed he got almost all of ihp *80 ,000 he demanded a year and a two term contract. The Washington Senators found t Greenfield, young New York nt pitcher a great help in piling & 9 to 4 victory Sunday. The Senators got 9 hits off his delivery 2 1-3 innings. Rogers Hornsby his first homerun of the season. • •• . Critics who could see nothing use- ful in Wilbert Robinson's kid infield at Clearwater early in the training -season are beginning now to congra- tulate the Brooklyn pilot on his budding stars. Patridge and Barrett are playing fine ball at second and third respectively and Babe Herman, Hrfet baseman, is whanging the ball to distant places. Six out of nine games is the rec- ord of the Chicago Cubs against the Southern California.Coast League, as they leave their training territory bound for home and the opening da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 March 1927

HpPPI fmmm ■ ■ wm® WjftST TEXAS: Toiilght and- Wed- nesday gent. *lly cloudy, cooler In north portion Wednesday. $SmK? -y- - ' • fa * iff AT.I, OEP1RTMGNT8 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, OIT* OP BORO EH, TEXAS <t== VOL. 1—No. 108 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE ^ORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1927 PRICE Sc wmtv WAUffi cms bp HlW ¥ SAVES CHILDREN FROM FIRE. IS BADLY BURNED DONER IAN RESCUES 3 FROM FLAME E. F. Jones Will Recover From Injuries Received After Heroism FOOT SLIPS Falls Over Burning Mattress As He Carries Last Child \ ^ <' Out of Blaze Dashing Into the blazing house to .e8cu¿ a third child, after parrying tv.-o to safely, E. F. Jones, 27, con- crete worker, was severely burned about the face, hands and legs late Monday afternoon when his house at the corner of McGee and Sixth streets burned to the «round. .Jones was taken to the Malone hospital where his burns were treat- ed. Ho will recover, physicians said todav Jones, according to his story, was engaged in applying parafin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 March 1927

urtiB. Just the double- I'tiHement 'on our January i. Ami I ran into the edl- *per. H« pulled a proof their IiIk Sunday feature new roof Burden day'iiursery. Curtis. it5s a knock-out! Betcha they'll be sending reporter* dij'W'h-fttim* iitew York and ChiuaRo to take a, loot at that day nursery. Nothing Uke it in any department «tore 'in the couniiy." Thomas Quinii Curtis, known fa- miliarly to every member of his mammoth department store family us it Omit* i" . ■" 111 « *■■ ■■■'11 saved up peddling calico and gingham and unbleached domestic from house to house. You young tellers 'ain't not the nerve to sturt that way uojy. Yon just look ut the eighttstory building I got now. and wonder how- old T. Q. hornswoggled the i>ubllc into making him a millionaire. Well, run along. You've all heard how old T.^Q. got his start. 1 must be Retting old, or 1 wouldn't be caught bragging to a young whlppertnapper like you. Cood night!" After the "young whippersnapper" had hurried springliy and ja...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 March 1927

ft ■ : á. ' • V*'- . . % ■ . . r* ' . •' ■' V ' -.1 ' ' ' ■ • • ' '' ■ • ii ... , t jr.. . ' - . i?, l'l'.;." -vy. • . vr .. - , ÍAltCH 29, 1927 | By William! CANf <Rüí>r VN6.LL lr\£S ALLOb "TkROVMlM ^5 IfttNfcrS ANNA^ W T'M -tÍR£0 plCKUW UM OP FER HIM -vM- ÍM MAV^iM' HIM .PlCV^ UP HvS Own STUFF ! j MOW / NNH^TS i dowki PicWUM UP "SUC.AR M SELF SERVICE. 01927 #Y NIA SCfWtCC. INC. J ntli.Ü.S PUT. OFF. ranáiW' TO THE LITTLE ONES A Chicago father says his flve- weeks-old baby can walk. What will all the six-months-old college freshmen' think when they read that? . . . It will be a great help of nights, though. When Junior cries, jwst tell him to go out and get his own bottle. . . . The father says the boy's strength to walk was built up by synthetic sunshine. Men have forgotten how. to walk by depending on synthetic moonshine. . . . Nobody but bu- bies care to walk any more, any- how. ... It would Ik; a good stunt fdr some Chamber ot' Com- « ráerce—a six-day contest for live- wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 March 1927

W :' ... ímBmWMWBMBWBWWWI ■ í. v ¥. *mm£¿ .Í '-■ trnm*#-*?**. M<<M>wiiw ftr mm* 'Hippw «Y* :. s: ■•' f!> LISHIHO CO. -.Man ging Editor ' ' ~ pcsélac for adralttanf* loto th« itM M U si Borfar, Tum u CUm Hatttr. •tad P'*— I* auluoivolf entitled ato (or republication Ot *11 nsw 3*¡|lWb to it or not ovhwwlae mMM in thl* p«r tad abo tba local ;.MüH h**. • HMI.ILI'W 1 |>|. "I . . , 1PTION KATES BY MAIL IN ADVA1ÍCÍ —ON* YBAB— I • mo. K*Mta« and 8unda .... 7.60 «4.00 |lMfD| i 5.00 2.85 1.60 50c frM-r Only ..J 2.50 l.SS .70 80c til. BY CABB1KB IN CITY far wtok far Month its 70c 1 All amolictud arfielv, manuscripts, let- tor* aod pistura* sent to The Herald are «(Kt at Iba owner* risk, and the publishers ■rtraMTT repudiate any liability or respon- rthUitr for their sate custody or return. Tha Utmost care will be taken, however, to ,«ia that they are uot lost or misplaced in this otiles. w — I 1 mo. mo. 2.00 70c B Year $8.00 PHONE 11 FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All...

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