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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 June 1927

ü'í m' ls>- Ir 1 Wm ? ' ■ ';,;v W t f • lip? § flMHKjHg^ m&wBm 'm, 1mm ■■-■' , i -i *'/#. ^ I ^THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1927. - THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE —— Page of World News and Views A When It's Maytime In Wyoming mm b:. NEA Out into the spring sunshine io husk ¡11 Maytime zephyr:;? Net in Wyoming! At least not in certain parts of Wyoming in mid-May, when a heavy snowstorm l'eil over a large seetion. The moun- tains of snow pictured above, were at husk, \Vyo„ where llie residents had to tunnel out of lioines. ~ FSiSTÍSeiSÍFSiiZOi OF 1IDIEST TORNADOES For the Thirsty—in Ontario k i as«T mfmt ■ j *•> , *■ - -, - * - I 4. d mhMI m mmmm •v «•. \y^ <*''$■ Here are the first pictures to be received from the zone devastated by the tornadoes that swept Kansas, Arkansas, Texas and parts of adjacent states. At least 200 people are dead, many more are injured and property loss has been extensive. These pictures show scenes in Hutchinson, Kas. Abave is the wreckage of the Carey Salt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 June 1927

:&£• ■ :¡.vVÍ í . i?! 1: mwm -mmm % ■ < O 2 I ! jl mil ZM 31 H « November Toxfis, pa|!|Mp RATES IN CITY $7.r)ü 4.00 .70 111 unsolieittd «rt¡el , nuinaacripta. let- ricture* sent to The Herald are i uwucrB riiskt and tJbe publisher# HruiiiatM miy liability or réspun- illty for their safe custody or return. - "l 4 care will be taken, however, tu are not lost or outplaced ius PHONE IS FOtt ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ap pear In the columns of the Herald, will bo gladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention of this newspapér to wrongly use or injure •ny individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections will be made when warranted ae prominently as was one wrongly published reference of article. Trusting God:—O Lord my God, in thee do I put my trust; save me from all them that pursue me, and deliver me...

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

i&Y .'VJ : • "t m¿0 í -km Piijfet \ f f& > I < IL-ar <> «JJ i: % m j * "," { . ft <u J \ >#' '*1* W ' 'i- " •' ■ • ' i/¡ Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads tor Results Ratal': two canta per word per Insertion; three lnaertlon tor flte con ta .per word. All want ada we cub la advance. FOR SALE FOR -ltt23 Jordan pltty boy; urine il t wén. Jordan Motín* Hules Uo., Afonrqp and liedgocoku sts., ISOM. ltiJ}3tp- TOR SALIC—-Business lot 2 anil IS, block 7, |ügoakW Tjw: . Address (i. (?. Vanhortr. ]>ru '¡r M.. Buffer. Texas, or see Vunhorn American Camp. lfi'lütp VOR SALK—Ki^lit sino! tüneh room, nicely equipped; can lié ruu economically. la R¡i; Thefttru block. Price $400. The Dril- ler Dream. 163-Stir. OROpJiRV^ f(T(llvJ']-—Stock ami lixtures iiround $500 cusli, or wtti *^cll fixtures without stork. Average in coin t; $í>O.0í> a •lay; cheap, rent; living room; best loen- tibí^ 2¿.-4>ló«M east of Main street on Sixth Street.. i 16i-3tp. -r- FOR RENT 1 OK ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 June 1927

8. Antonio 11. LEAGUE ielphla 1. oit 1. lugton 1. scheduled.) ÍAL liEAGlE G; Boston 2. a B; Pittsburgh 4. 5t. Louis, rain. \ games scheduled.) They Play Today —- WESTERN IiEAOCE arillo a,t Tulsa. _^Ita at Oklahoma City, nver at Dincoln. ha at Des Moines. TEXAS LEAGUE „raumont at San Antonio. Houston at Waco. "Bllas at Wichita Falls, cijrt Worth at Shreveport. AMERICAN LEAGUE i Louis at Washington. Cleveland at Philadelphia. I ■ Detroit at New York. I Chicago at Boston. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Cincinnati. I . Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. (Oiily, games scheduled.) mL READ'EM AND WEEP western league W. L. Pet. | Tulsa - i - 36 10 . 7 8 ¡Wichita -21! 21 .553 {Amarillo 23 21 .523 | Oklahoma City 22 22 .500 f DeuVcr —--21 24 .4G7 IDer, Moines 19 26 .422 ¡Omaha 19 27 (Lincoln —-15 30 «Sal 1 ' Li • Baseball warfare Jn the National League concentrated , today on a western front while the/ teams of the American Loague mobilized tor battle in the east. One day a*head of tho other clubs in r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 June 1927

* *™Ailí I WB8T TEXAS: Tonight fair, cooler in north; Saturday {air. VOL. 1—NO. 165. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE KtMfS m? COX OF BORGER, TEXAS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JlfNE 3, 1927. SURflENDEn * «** «* ****** ****** * * * DICKSON URGES SCHOOL BOND PASSAGE * * * * * 41 y y ¥ * * * f * * ****** ****** ***** ****** * * * CASINGMEN WILL MEET MONDAY k ; j * V OIL WORKERS WILL COMPLETE ORGANIZATION Formation Still Hazy, But De- mands For Safety Will Be Made This Plane Ready To Cross Ocean TENTH MAN DIES First of Well Fires Which Started Move Claims New Victim Definite steps toward perfecting the now rather hazy organization of casing crews in this oil field to support demands for the adoption of safety moves in casing work will be taken at a meeting at a meeting Monday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Labor temple here, H. D. Whit- ney of the Whitney crew, announced today. Twelve casing crews are op- erating here and at nearby points, pnd the leaders in Borger do not defi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 June 1927

- i.1 V ' '..V* 511; ^Z-<é¡ír~ Kújif ua.MT.om !WJ2*#2g 'ircv-'^í p m with delight • #gl hot boi Íes and ce: . cw BW«ú|«i''tn parsley bj to course and se >r tiny sandwich This makes rather unu lease the- tnoi >ss or guest. Is in Nests SWeetbreads, 2 slices X cup stock. 1 carrot, 2 IlicM *«Bh ips'bf bacon. Place in a shallow baking dish and pour in stock. It SKick' is not it hand dissolve 1 bouillon cube in 1 cup boiling ¿ér. Add carrot scraped and [ slices, on loir and shredded .1 rind. Bake 25 roiniat*",! frequently, in the m$an> >ok pijas In bQtllug Watfr.i .rough a cojander and sea- in With salt, pepper and butter mold in the- shppe of nests. l*J8ce oii"a hoi platter. Cook mush* rooms for five minutes in a little butter, add cream and strain in stock. Bring to the boiling p'éiitt', but do not let l>oil. Put a piece of sweetbread intó each nest, poúr over sauce and serve. The rule will serve four to six persons. (Copyright, 1927, NBA Service, Inc.) — ROME—Mussolin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 June 1927

Wontorn Ii«<iguo Omaha 3; Dea'Moines 4. Wichita 2; Oklahoma City I. Denver 8; Lincoln 0. Atüarillo .3; Tulsa 13. American League Chicago 7; Boston 2. Cleveland 4; Philadelphia 8. Detroit New York 2. St. Louis 2; Washington 11. National League Philadelphia a; Pittsburgh 7. New York 5; Cincinnati 4. (Only Two Games). Texas league Tieaumont 1; San Antonio 4. Dallas 13; Wichita 3. Houston ;i; Waco 4. Fort Worth 0; Shreveport 8. Where They Play Today Western League Amurillo at Tulsa. Wichita at. Oklahoma City. Denver at Lincoln. Omaha at Des Moines. National League Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Boston at Chicago. American League St. Louis at Washington. Cleveland atPhlladelphia. Detroit at New York. Chicago at Boston. Texas League Beaumont at San Antonio. Houston at Waco. Dallas at Port Worth. Shreveport at Wichita Falls. CUBS WORK ON NEW FIELD ftorgerites Brush Up iFor Battle With Pampa Sunday Staging their first performance in the new bal...

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

w Sa I F< [Ul St Nt CI P w C! St D« Pi ! st Ni CI B: Pi Bi CI 1 If j, G n m ft U w h ♦t It g 3 ' ■ * ■ •' • ««* of «II npn or .not oth«rwU« and «ton thm local BSC1UPT10N RATES ...... $7.™ b. PS *•« .70 BY CAKRIEK IN CITY y our ■m'. ■ ...v- j%8.00 Month -70 Week -20 <*• WOOOp <* Hirir Articles, manuscript , let- pictures sent to The Herald are the owner risk, and the publisher repudiate any liability or reapon- for their safe custody or return, oat care will be taken, however, to they ar« not lost or misplaced in ^PHOKE II FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character stitading or reputation of any individual, concern or corporation that may ap In the columns of the Herald, will be riffcdly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention & this newspaper to wrongly use or injure ny Individual, Arm, concern or corporation áftd corrections will be made when wartf®n1J®5 • prominently as was one wrongly p...

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

M I íñ WrW 1 ^i —ii— l—li —M — ii —n — ii —ii — ii — ii —ii^ii—ii—n —n — íi — n —ii —n —ii—í.ap i — i—ti — n — i 1 ! ■ ! 5 ¡ íi i 2 i ¡ 5 1 I Si! ¡ Si1 i SU i r í-1., AND OPENING OF HAPPY HOLLOW SWIMMING POOL ONE BLOCK WEST OF BAPTIST AND METHODIST CHURCHES iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiimi iíiá . IVHUM BROS. 7 í Pácard Ambulance PHONE 300 Sponsoring 60-yd. Swim for Men 1st Prize: Men's bathing suit (Unmeasured Determination to Serve) iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiM n 111111 n 11 i i i 11111111111} u 11 ¡ 1111111 h 11 i 11111111111 n 1111111111111111111111111111111111II111111111H.! |. I 1 SIÜSHINE CLEANERS Sponsoring the Ladies Diving Contest. First Prize $5.00 in Cleaning and Pressing Sunday, June 5 2 P. M. COKE ON IN-THE WATER'S FINE Swimming and Diving contest for girls and men. Ample accommodations under sanitary condi- tions. Spectators FREE. $100. in Prizes Poo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 June 1927

¡US lTHE UPPER HA.T IS |trimmgd with a SNAKE skin sy kMApTwe ReeniER OF PARIS Á '•i'' '■ ; N« CI Pi W CI St k. Pl St N« 3 Pi Bi CI i F 1 mm. PPÉfAET'3 EVEMIMG WROp OF B!.frCK ¿A7Í-M AND CrHEEN CHIFFON, PRINTED WITH BRIGHT FU3WERS AW EMDROlQEREO (N eitVGR A BkAART ¿OAT 6EEN AT THE RACES JANE BLAUCHOTS BLACK FELT SILVERED UZARO IMEAR PARIS IS OP UNBORN CA.Lt- TRlMWED WITH A BEAVER SHAWL. COU>R af&ft _ an ununeo SPORT SUIT BY JEAN PATO O HAS SMALL. BROWM AND WHITE CHECKS AND A STRAIGHT, 5WEATER-UKE JACKET.) PAJAMAS, FOR BEACH OR BOUÓOIR; ppP?' Are They Colliest or "Wolves? these four youngsters grow up to be? Mother, who stands by while they have their dinner, [.Is a wolf, captured two years' ago on a farm near Milton, Wis. Their father,is of the Collie breed, a do- mestic pet for generations. Wo; - TOO ' * I Is Heilmann Through as/Tiger? /•■I HAR.R.Y REILMA.MM 4. —nMiir . Imann. subject of the latest rumor In baseball times batting champion of the American League for light hitt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 June 1927

4- ■ ■ - Ads For Results f t word p«r lOMrtlOB) thru insertion (or ttrt rnnta por word. All want ado oro I 6 CHEAP—Uomingtmi Portable er; good ux now. N>nl Drug. ' ' lU8'üt|>. jjc l« " i'0*t ; will foil for Hco Murray at Hoyt'n I'hiirmu- Big Thnutrp. ¡5^' «tío 24x!1U for *ulc! or Ivlido for car or truck. Bernard Auto Mer- F&R f*LK—For ft li{5 Fprd car extra good condition: must be sold immediately. «'an he Weft a# liorgcr Parking IMace, norlli of Un.mil. lG.V2tp. B—- 11I3*J .Jordan play boy; priced Jordan Motor Sales Co., Monroe rccoke Ms., 1SOM. 163-Htp. Mjfi—Business lots *J and !), block roakfieid, Tex a*. Addresn («. C. Jirawor M., Border, Texas, or iftorii at American Camp. HWiHp F0jl '8MiK—Eight stool lunch room, nicely equipped; can bo run tet-onomically. In Rig TO(Í8tre b!6ck. Price $400. The Dril lers pream. 1 p. FOR RENT Foil llKNT —Two room apartment, furnish- ed Í see br. H. U. Pugh. chiroprHctor, Pollock bid ;. «if}>. POIl KENT— Embros apartments now open w...

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

Slate WERED iS> -'"A- N C P I P Si N C B I* 13 i i c B a i « I ti ion Says Can't of 500 Trucks Out .-.-«lipi June 3—-(AP)—Grave of Irregularities in d¡spo- of state road maqhinery, es- durlng 1925 and 192G, were today' to the senate by Cona n, members of the new high- commission, responding to a re- quest by Falrchild of Lufkin for in- formation concerning machinery re- covered. Equipment worth at least $20,000 has been recovered and more locat- ed, the report said. Claim was made that iu one in- stance a subordinate road official had sold several trucks for junk for >700 and that no record exists that the- department ever received the motley. Five hundred trucks, tractors, etc. loaned to cities and towns in the past are unaccounted for and no record is present to show what part, if any, of the equipment has been returned to the department, the re- port added. Other equipment in- cluding 73 power maintáiners, 8 rollers, 73 tractors, 185 trucks, 141 graders, 100 trailers, 13,29...

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

jpf, 4'; 'i P| I| UX'i\ I WEST TEXAS:—Sunday and Mon- day partly cloudy. M I DFFICIAI PUBLICATION, CITY NO. 166., ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUÍNDAY, JUNE 5, 1927. m 11 XW n m 15:, I é * CUM DOPE RM BMREN * * **#### ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * LAUNCH TRADE IN BORGER CAMPAIGN * * * ****** ****** ***** ****** ****** * * * * * * * 12,000 BOTTLES BEER SMASHED LINDBERGH STARTS HOME, CHAMBERLIN STARTS TO BERLIN riM NUMBER HOUSES. HARK STREETS. HERE C of C Will Compile Directory of Borger When Work Is Done STARTS MONDAY House Numbers Will Be As- signed at C-C Office; May Add Mail Delivery x Numbered houses labeled streets, cty mall delivery, and a city direc- tory aré all immediately prospective N under a plan advanced by the Borger Chamber of Commerce in cooperation With the city administration, the postofflce and citizens. Secretary M. R. Showalter of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday announced that the C of C would have a city directory compiled and printed...

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

;'A12 si® si 9 BORGER'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE 7 &/ MEA Servic Ben Lucien Burovan To the queer little South Anier-! wilderinent. "But ican town of PORTO VERDE, In PoUs did u and vest central Brazil, a town fringed by dark, forbidding jungle, conies ftn elderly American, LINCOLN ITCXXALLYv a famous chemist. An air of.Biystery serins to hang over the place. This impression is accentuated Vlicn the porter who handles Xtfniially's griiw hints of strange deaths that have o ceured and mumbles gloomy prophecies. Iii the barber shop, the barber, a strange, dark man with all Orient- al cast to hip.eyes, speaks to N unnally who then recognizes liim as VILÁKA WEST, knofrn to him as Vilak, a fel" low American. He asks Vilak what he is doing in Porto Verde. To his amazement, Vilak says lie luis sent for him. The barber business, he explains, serves to conceal his real purpose. He and his cousin, ELSIE MARBER- RY, need assistance in getting at /[he root of a mystery that already cost severa...

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

. - m W Miss Irene Irvine > ' Five dologatoB representing the Epworth Lchgue of the BbrRor Methodist. Church spent, the week end at the Epworth Assembly at Clarendon College. The Amarillo district of which Borger is a part had a line allow- ing at the assembly that was start- ed years ago to bring the Epworth Leaguers of Texas together. There were 205 deligates present all ot whom were , kept busy with Bible study, pep meets, sports and par- ties. The Borger representatives were, Miss Birdie Bnrkj Miss Ruth iDeji- son, Miss Anna Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Orion W. -Carter. The as- sembly will be held at MacMurry College at Abilene next year. Mission Meeting Held Thursday The Methodist Missionary So- ciety held a business session last Thursday afternoon at which the reports of their delegates were read and the convention was discussed. Three Phillips ladies were guests. Wednesday Bridge Club Has Meeting The Wednesday afternoon Bridge club mot at llie home of Mrs. Don Dilley last wee...

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

November 28, 1926. at the post office of March 3, 1897, xluslvely entitled to the use'tor republication i credited try it or not otherwise credited in the local now a published herein. RATES mo. 70c COc 30c BY MAIL IN > DVANOE 1 year ft mo. 3 mo. 1 Sunday $7.60 $4.00 $2.00 5.00 2.85 1.50 2.50 1.35 .70 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month By Year 70c $8.00 unsolicited articles, manuscripts, lctte-s and pictures sent to The are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- any liability or responsibility for tbeir *ftfe custody or return, utmost care will be taken, however, io s«e that they are not at or misplaced in this office. in i to the capture of some ■ ' t approve of tale-bearing. It does not But this is war. It is war between a minority wljó are fighting society, on leading to the capture of dangerous >nly commendable, but imperative. Those who have such information and do not give it to the duly con- stituted authorities are joining the war against society. ■ 1 of T...

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

m ; ' ;í;f . tfc.. ■ W ; ■ - p& . MWa BAUXMifk Vk THB BOBGER D. ■ B—I international Sunday School Lesson Written By Dr. J. E. Nunn „ \ the International Sunday School lesson for June 5, 1927. General Topic: Peter Preaching to Gentiles. Scripture Lesson:— Acts 10:34-48. ¥ 34. And Peter opened his móuth, and said, Of a truth I J perceive that God is no respector of persons: 1 35. But in every nation he that feareth him, and worketh righteousness, is acceptable to him. 36. The word which he sent unto the children of Israel, preaching good tidings of peace by Jesus Christ (he is Lord >f all) — 37. That saying he yourselves know, which was pub- ished throughout all Judea, bginning from Galilee, after the oaptism which John preached; 38. Even Jesus of Nazareth, how God anointed him with e Holy Spirit and with power: who went about doing good, ind healing all that were oppressed of tli devil; for God was with him. 39. And we are witnesses of all things which he did soth in the count...

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

nil i, short Hlnes, It Uttft; ^catcher; Parish, hy, üttl- tid,' vilchL has eat* 1,15110 peb- he statld has a comp ntortabfy. overhanging roof which assur ide at all parts of the place the afternoon. Automobile space ' has been provided, ball game will be followed by berry si tin's" rodeo and race ormance, featuring a wild mule goat roping contest, dog races, horses and many other e- G] !$j| PÜH Takes 'em All on, One After Another, and Stays In They brough a few boxers down to the Labor Temple Friday night to fight Jimmy O'Brien, Borger's lightweight pride, and a good sized crowd saw the tea party. After preliminaries in which news- boys gave a good exhibition of box- ing, Jimmy O'Brien went four rounds with Duff Stanley of Ama- rillo. Stanley tired of the ring and left it In favor of Tommy Murphy, from somewhere in California. Mur- phy stayed with O'Brien three rounds and quit when the Borger boy drew blood and closed the Cal- ifornian's eye. Corbett and Jones were the pro- moters o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 June 1927

eratd Want Afa For Resulta | ■' T. "i W *«tf 9* Uwwrtloij tbrM lmartlon tor «tb conU per word. All want «4a aro l¡:ü . , f ; ; í'OIt BAIíK CliEAP—ttemlngton Portable . ly# writer¡ gó'od uk new Nyal ] rug. W5J1P. Btiimon HcqIpk cost $'¿50.00; will eell for ff5;op. Sec Murrny lit Hoyt'« l'hnrmn- cy. eoulh Bit Theatre. 1115 ¡tip. Bujldilig. Síe 24x))lt for >ule nr trade for good • car or truck. Bernard Auto tier- tic ..- 105-Slji. i'oh dAIi|i—l'or $1¿5 Ford ctir extra gooil rendition; must be void immediately. Can bo seeh nt Burger Parking Place, north of Inn hotel. JU5-2tp. 2 room furnished house. Bariigin for cash. Inquire W. V. Creuger, rig builder row, Phillipy. 1 ««.«(«>• l'OK 5a1jE—$1511.0" cash will buy liirgc 2 room witU-furuishctl bouse. O'Neal. Hpo- cial CVfe;flo. t. im> lltp. FOit 8A Í.E—Kurd Truck! nickstell axle; special dump body; priced reasonable. Sec Lockhari Hutchinson County motor company. lliO-llp. , l'OK SAUt¡'—ilion grocery ico. box, capa city 30 ) pound ...

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

. •. WAGNER *• wore flah, thi" the oeoan and alt ido Ederles. As ; of Juicy watermolons ¡igantic proportions wore deliv- . either by mistake or through icious intent to the Herald of- Priday afternoon from Stein- i's outdoor sports department, or Why they came; no one, ap- itly seemed to care, for the up- lost thought in the minds of the ird-working slaves of this instl- in rested entirely on how long le vegetables were going to last why there weren't more. After 3venteon hours of continual ear- ihing the watermelons began to ' disappear and a large heap of rinds ■^Ook their places on the floor. And jfhen tho battle was over and the .•inening sun was sinking into the «light, said slaves made a brave at- tempt to clear the doorways and •«fere successful in almost every oc- casion 'vxcepb Peggy, the want-ad •J. But at that, it was a merry font and one to be long remember- with the card, representing one of the contestants, and it might have been worse when they referred to him as weig...

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