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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 June 1927

11 ■ .„,T,fr„ |HHH ■ ¡$ # '* ' YOU HAVE : IÉRPÍ ' The Sale of Sales is indeed a SALE OF ALL SALES, for we are offering super values, unheard of pries and values. Don't pass this chance to buy your Summer needs at prices that other stores cannot buy wholesale for. Our store is overstocked and brim full of brand new merchandise. We expected a larger Spring and Summer business, the slump came to us as to every one else so we have to unload. We are not going to make two or three attempts, for we have cut to the blood. Don't miss this. Come, See and be Convinced. Beginning Friday, June 10th, at 9:00 A. M. Sharp Hiiimiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiim'iiiuiiMiiiimmiimmiiiiiumiiiiiitiHiiiiiiiiiiimiimiti CLOSED All Day TODAY :.w asá&YÍ.'ft". iiiiiHiM!Hii!!i¡mii!iniiiimi!iH¡imimmimiiiimHtiiiif!iiiii!i¡i. !iiiiiiiiitiHHiiii¡i¡<ii 2Í& = MEN S WORK CLOTHES AND FURNISHINGS MEN'S $1.75 GRAY SHIRTS Triple Stitched and fccHaccd pockets 99 Cents 25c Mercerized Sox Sale Price pr. 12 Vac Men's Overall...

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

*3 | the Jfor the r they made he Yankees, Just as b previous day's gamo. Clancy and Barrett's evened matters for Laz- homerB. Y the Piratee ap- Indian sign on the the New Yorkers ended to 7 victory on the wings jr's oyer-the-fence cloue In Home runs by Webb and ibled the Cubs to down ilQB, 5 to 2, while Fother- circult wallop started a rally gave Detroit a 5 to 3 edge lie Red Sox. Cardinals with homers by mley and Schulte had the run advantage over the Bra- but the vlistors tallied a great- of shorter safe blows and i out, 11 to 8. Concentrated hits inuati Reds in the later inn- !• accounted for their fourth lit victory, 5 to 4. at the ex- of the Phillies. The Quakers dropped to seventh place, just ftve the Reds. Under a 7-5 beat- by the Athletics, the St. Louis owns descended to the second sion. SHE the eight games, only one was j&ñárked by furious hittiug and Muring. The Senators rookie pit- Cher, Lisenbee, had a bit the better 6f his duel with Hudlin, Cleveland youngster, and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 June 1927

w iá'4.áiÉMñ Ipí'í'l J i .•í ; I I I i I ! . IRR l.f' ' 4 íásaS ÜKÍ S¡i -i fjív; .BU? " - ■ ?•* '•;■ >0 íJ ■i* S=2S vou i—no. no. 3FFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER. TEXAS ALL DEPARTMENTS ASSOCIATED PRESS J Houston Youths r Wall-Scaling Record HOUSTON.' Texas,—(^P). Eight Houston youths can run 25 feet to 8, 'board wall, 9 one half feet high, scale it without mechanical aid and ruii 26^ feet beyond faster than any other group of lads their age in A- perica. The youths, members of Troop Ten of the Boy Scouts of America, hold the world's record for wall scaling. The record of 10 2-5 sec- onds was set April 9, 1927, at an in- vitation ftld meet here. The rec- ord previously was held by a differ- ent team1 of the same troop, which made the time of 11 seconds in April, 1926. Wall-scaling, in the opinion of John Roob, assistant Scout Master, combines the use of many attain- ments for which Boy Scouts strive" Including athletic ability, wood- craft, quick-thinking perfect team work an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 June 1927

fX ■ , • • * * - % • íS ( ra 4 & Narrow Percales and Ginghams in fan- cy patterns, choice, per yd Indian Head Linen, guaranteed fast color, all shades, yd. Men's Stonewall Overalls, heavy white back denim, per pair 85C 100 pairs Ladies Novelty Shoes and Pumps in Tan, Blonde, Patent Grey and other shades, regularly soid as high as §10.00, the newest spring styles to be closed out. Per pair $3.75 ^Shoes Our better Ladies Shoes, consisting of the newest Our better Ladies Shoes, consisting of the newest novelties ranging in —:— * *"* en *~ go on closing out prices at w w w AH Children's Shoes are Greatly Reduced 7 — — "O price from $7.50 to $11.50 to $4.95 TO $7.95 re Greatlv Reduced. Hosiery All ladies Silk Hosiery to be closed, out on sale. $1.25 to $3.00' regular, now to go on sale for 89c to $2.25 Assorted children stockings Regular $1.¿5 la- and sox, regular 25c to 75c dies pure" thread to close out at 15c to 55c Knox Knit Silk 9-4 Garza Sheeting, on Hose, any shade, sale, yd p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 June 1927

:r¡v, ¡ 5 /'-jJC Piy \ m3;m I 1 !• . A V | I more town people to trade during this closing out sale. ' / t ¡¿' / Plenty of extra hands will be pro- vided, but if we are all busy, every- thing will be tagged with a sale price, just do it Piggly Wiggly. Wait ■on yourselves. i f -.A i Mi . FRIDAY JUNE V ' - All. This is and Will be the Biggest Sale of This Part of Texas Has Ever Witnessed. Come, Let Us Prove It to You. Id New form the Markets, $50,000.00 Worth of the Highest Grade Standard Merchandise to be Slaughtered at Merciless Is ant Event You Will Never Forget and an Opportunity that can not be Matched Again. You Will be Neglecting a Duty, N LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR emrs Ifree Ibsolutely free to the first 25 stjre on our opening hour r!lickets will be passed to erirjg and a package will be according to the number she l'illjng to everybody. Be in i tirte and see what you get. |e shit tight all day Thursday close-out sale. Busy hands iing prices upside down and se cb'wn side up. The p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 9 June 1927

jungle- Hi . who tells him II 1 sent for him. Elsie Marbcny, tiwns a coffee and other hind., near 1 ha received mys „ to S«tt out of the Tls alnrnicc|, because already have occrrr- the siii erstU lous uat i vt s supernatural force Is ( e day -Nunnally arrives anoth- er man Is killed, Tony B",bcttu' of Bllse Marherry's foremen. • ■ T>ecii hit with a club in the Limey Potts, another fore- Bcforc de hied a strange pa- took hold of him, and Vilak Nunnally that he is cer- jicy Potts, though he may Struck the victim, was not the erer. „ evening Vilak Induces Nub- ,r to- come M'ith him on a visit to tho littuse ' of Gaylord Prentiss, n reticent and forbidding man, known to be an enemy of Elise. Vi- lak believes prqntiss is somehow Involved in the mysterious deaths. Before going to Prentiss' place/ Vilak and Nunnally call on Elise Marberry. Vilak .refuses to let her go with them. He and Nunnally, on their way to Prentiss', sight a party of natives working 011 a railroad. Nearby is a Are,...

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

lí>, ■ip % p pga # -! I ■BETTOuPIMB ?;<a ,y TEXAS: Tonight and Batum T *«r Partly oloudy. 0' °m3R i ' ' * i '7- \ i OFFICIAL PDBUOAÓOir, OIR OR BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 171. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1927. BDM VOTE TOMORROW * # * * * ( * * * * # # * * # y y. £ * * * * * * * * * * % « *. * « *. * \ # * .* SATTERWHITE SPEAKS HERE JULY 3RD * * v * * « * * * * * * m * * * # *. ft « ft ft ft ft ft ft * * ft * ft ft 1 ft ft ft BLAST CAPS AN EVENTFUL DAY GROCER HELD AFTER STORE IS BLOWN UP Beer Raids, Arrest of Trio As Bandits, Assault Mark Thursday INFAÑT^LAIN Dynamite Wrecks Grocery Just Across From City Hall as Final Event Capping a climax on an eventful day which reminded pioneer Borg- erites of early days in the oil city, a dynamited blast wrecked the rear end of the U-Get-It grocery store in the Anderson building, corner Fourth and Main, early last night. Al Strauss, manager of the groc- ery store, was arrested a short time later by police and...

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

BORGER, TEXAS ; . y if you have become a voter H-íá Mf'lliti&li Chamber of Commerce «T * AT FAULT Yesterday s Results AW HECK! WHATS Tne OSe'N WIN' YOU* H6"AO OFF FOR VIHN so 6LOf*,CMICK^ 1 THOUGHT tti TUB Oth* UH<á FIH£ SI ««*9" A Bt<3 CONCERN? ALL WE 6uV$ APOUNO (MC CL6AM OP BlGr x won't eveN eer a OOK-IN — THAT'S TM¿£ Thanks A faithFut. €MPtovee sets; 8 IJK Wichita Falls 8. 6; Ft Worth .4. 3; San Antonio 2 louston 3; Dallas 11. WESTER;# ' marillo 3, y/ENT Í' ichita 12, Oklahoma City 6. Lincoln 8; Oinaha 1. Denver. 5'; Chicago 3; Ne\? Cleveland 7: Was 8- ngton 1. NATIONAIj T/KAmrfc New York 12, Pittsburgh 1. Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 6. rooklyn 8;, Chicago 4. ostoft I,- U Louis 6. 1 .... fi- VÍHS.fOtí «ÓUtOW"f LOAM MS The MONEY t Planned tü /AVfcsr' WLL IT'S YOUR OWN FAULT CrttCK — OPPORtt/NITV KNOCKED AT YOUR DOOR But woo coulo/m't answ£íj 06C/*jSe YOU HflpNT Planned ahead SAY-I HAD a sweu. flan ALL WOf?K/eO 0ÜT6OT You kMOpCEO IT OLO — VtHAOOA YA M£AN -£. kMOCHEO IT? Y...

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

. I la Ktun, < ■ ' ¿rS". ,¡y 1 IBIiilHi ■fifí uro ■**•■ " FOR SALE FOR nÁTJS—Boarding house. Doing good business. ('nil S. Borger Herald. ltl-JWp iUH SALIS—- U room furnished house' ,<ind lot; uciokh Ktrtíet from new high kcüooí luilding. Cheap. inquire American Then t'e. 171 at p TOR SAJJO—Household furniture, stoves, rugu, chairs, etc. .Must be sold al opeo, ta 11 ut -'Mae's" Agency, Isom. 171-Ufp I'OR HALI'J-—Building no,w occupied by the Plains Aíuhíc Company and IViuftnfl's Barber Shop located on Main Street, Lot 25 x 120 feel.. Animal rental $'l,fiOO.-tyO Property nuikI be sold In Kctlle an estate. Prieo $8.000.00 Tor information address J. Berkmau, Receiver, loa Smith Fifth, St., Waco, 'Texas. 171 lOte FOR HALE—A good. used . «e\\ ing 'machine cheap. Jennings Furniture Co,,* *11 N. Main. Phono 70. J70tfe a rooms furnished, .sale or trade for car, Nichols, 1-2 block east Community hall. Phillips ('amp. 170• tp FOR SALK—~Upr¡glit piano. In good con- dttiOu, Price .$50.00....

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

—to, ,— —— BMcripta. tot- ¿«asus: srr ass b. teten. W«v«r. to All, DXPABTHKMTI ICS TO THK PUBLIC M reflection u*bn the «harmet reputation of any individual, a or corporation that may ap columns of the Herald* will be when called to the atten- nuMr. It ia not the intention utaper to wroncty u«e or injure a!, Urn , concern or corporation notion* *U1 he made when warranted linentlT as waa on* wrongly publi*h*d of article. • V Thor Jensen, Pacific coast middleweight wrestling champ- ion ,and holder of the north- ern states title, meets Jack Reynolds, World welter champ at the ball park here Mon- day night. Jensen has appear- ed in Borger several times and is a local favorite. Í85 't Forget to Vote ■t — • Don't let anything deter you fttffnvoting tomorrow on the question of the issuance of $JÚ3&0,000 in bonds for pur- pose of hardsurfacing the highways of Hutchinson coun- -f-r— iillYlfrrt -W* «Events move fast in Borger. M is easy, in the continuous Irade of interesting and im- |rtán...

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

, i If All Voters who are subject to property taxation v. ' *V "f- • •' • ' ' ' •••• ' • X • . ' ' ' -ii ' Y,*.. ¿ • ■ t . ' ■ ' ^. Borger Chamber of Commerce . Poll Tax Receipt not necessary if you have become a voter Since January 31st." n-i: Borger, Texas V i ■> Schedule for Borger Industrial League Fans—Clip This Out for Future Reference ; / '. J • 11-. %' * SUPPLY MARL AN I) EM PI AG SKELLY CUBS r. O.HERALD PKAlltlE P. P. ft L. SUPPLY ; ■ Mny 23 Aug. 7 2 '"WB Aug. 14 May 29 A n er. i o April 27 June 5 July 13 May] June 8 July 17 May 4 June 12 July 20 * April 24 June 1 July 10 DIAMOND AT HOMB MARLAND June 29 May 29 Aug. ) o July 3 *April 24 June 1 July 10 April 27 June 5 July 13 Mny 1 June H July 17 May 4 June 12 July 20 DIAMOND AT HOME EMPIRE July 3 July 6 May 22 • Aug. 7 Me y 4 June 12 July 20 *April '24 June l. July 10. v- April 27 June 5 July 18 May 1 June 8 July 17 AT HOMB DIAMOND SKELLY July ü May 25 Aug. 14 June 29 May 1 June 8 July 17 May 4 June 12 July 20 * April 24 ...

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

fifóS pnd one thai lunt of the serious . all the time, are several dosen dif- l the fundamental idea of that, for a specified may acquire a specified nlngs i i cost Is the smaller of-th* raw material of insuranoe—the protection "itself r the "claims cost"—is never un? ■ £HÜ lust as people l Both _ency. w>4 un- ís as treaoherous lie preserver. TMe e, which a pre- rtust do la to provide ilent tor the guaranty of • > those who are paying Is the tine qua non the whole insurance would quickly pass away. of this ruaran ty of pro- vides Itself ^ naturally into i, namely, the cost of the l Itself—which may be de. * the raw material of In- known In the business as "Claims cost"; and the cost of ramty or, to other words, the providing the protection in form for the public that It. to this point the pricing of Ace Is similar to the pricing other marketable necessaries in at the cost of the raw materials d the cost of fashioning and sell- them are the two factors to be But at that point t...

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

- ' • ■ iWKm?. >?w. $p \t A HRpiii 1 I -ill; I V HAS HAPPENS NUNNALLV, elderly chemist, mysteriously to are queer little Jun- len«l town Of PORTO VEB- we.il. central Brasil, eiicount- old VILAK, who tell* was he who had sent for him. cousin, ELHIE MAHBKK- American girl, owns a coffee and other land near Porto and Ms received mysterious t« *et out of the ubiintry. alarmed, becnuxe several deaths already have ..occurred -and the ftuperstitlouN natives think some supernatural force is at Work. XÍte day Nminally arives, another man is killed, TONY BARBETTR, one 'p>''Elsie'^tftlrllerry's foremen. He hadftéén hit with a club in the hands of LÜfRY POTÍÍ, another foreman. Before he died a strange paralysis took . hold of him, and Vilak con- tide to Nunnally that lie is certain l.lmey'Potts, though he may have struck the victim, was not the mur- deríT . That evening Vilak induces N un- to come with him oil a Visit to e of GAYLORl) PRENTISS, a reticent and forbidding man, known to be an...

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

' EVANS SAYS Length of Training Season Í RB the major league magnates r making a mistake as to the . r length of the spring traln- Mison? K majority of the clubs spend two months conditioning sry men and other players, a tew weeks less, others a .more. IfQáld it be possible to get the •rs in shape with a month's k r possibly six weeks of traln- the outside limit, tor BUt ' * . remarkable success that Created two pitchers so tar „ ffar would leave one to be- vc that the preliminary work was considerably overdone. ;i T * * •* ;f%9 Uatrtm I have <n mind are rb Pennock. veteran southpaw of nVelp York Yankee*, and Flint one of the most capable fht handers In the game. ' ¿i.. . , • . • • Kilo Start No Handicap T A8T season Rhem won" 20 ^ games and 16st only seven, his great work being largely tnstru- smbuU in the winning of the pen- naat by the Cardinals. He worked . SO complete games. No better práef could ba offered as to his •IBclency * Herb Pennock won 23 'games for <h« Yankees ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 June 1927

•part v/. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, TEXAS m Ü 1 . < BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1927 ,VOL. 1—NO. 172. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1927 mKmrWrnrmS ♦ « ♦ * * # # # ****** * * * * * * * *4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * A £ CHAS. PURCELL IS RELEASED AS CHIEF OF BORGER POLICE THOUSANDS GREET LINDBERGH SERIES BOOZE RAIDS HERE John Ware, Irv Killan, Jailed On Investigation Charge; Ware Makes Bond RELEASE TRIO Men Arrested in Groom Rob- bery Case are Freed by Officers Police continued their war on beer Friday and Saturday and were suc- cessful in breaking up and captur- ing several hupndred cases of brew in addition to the large amount Beized in raids conducted earlier in the week. Arrests Friday and Saturday to- taled over a hundred, most of them on .possession of liquors and vagran- cy, the result of numerous raids on beer joints and whiskey resorts. John Ware was arrested yester- day on investigation and was later released on bond of $5,000. Irv Kil-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 June 1927

in the cells and he ami i, saying, rise up quickly. Anc hands. Pol perseveri assured withstand we K en in prison cast, hough by soldiers kept cwre. Was soon released by prayer ldren , ran THjE B OP J 8. soever soever soever if ther PR e things an fl f tÉ^PT'flI1 l|AMA ■ e s is chains 1 &S«5BP-i« And the angel said unto Him, #Jird thyself, and bind s. And he di/d so. And he sa%¡unjto him, Cant thy. And he went out, and followed*; and fee knew not that which was done by th$,,angel, ^ ¿hought h<? n>n. Lnd when they were past the first and the second ied on from him. And when Peter was come to himself, he said now of a truth, that the Lord hath $e, t fqrth his I delivered me out pfthe hand of Herpd, ao$ ;from pectation of the péople of the Jews.' And when he had considered the thing, he came to ise of Mary the mother of John whose surname was where many were gathered tq^ether.ftjid were,' pray- And when he knocked at the door of the gate, a to answer, named Rhoda. nd when she ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 June 1927

J 1 11' f Want Ad For Results Kataa: Two cants Uadvaoca. on; tbrM Insertion tor (Ira cents por word. All want ada ara ——- > % 'r FOR SALE FOR BALE—Furniture for hrtUHekceping, ten by twelve house tent with five foot fcidfr walls and Rcreencd. Can be moved or 2 frfcnthü free rent im ground at present location, only $50. Jf interested rail a home in rear of Herald office. t72-Uy FOR NAIjK—10 White Leghorn y< arold pullet*, one cockerel, A & M college strain Comer JhcIckom and Alable, Isom. 172-hp. ment. Cool outside rooms, $1.60 per <'ay or $8 and $10 per week. 168 3tp. 3S'lJRsiN(j—JJave had two years hospital training and twenty-five years practical experience. 420 Brain Avpuuc. 170-3tp NOTIt'K—This I* to certify that I am no longer responsible for at)> debts contract ed by my wlfp.M'rs. Margaret McMurray. A. JJ., 1927. H. LEE SHROPSHIRE . May 29—Jt^ne 5-12. UNOBEMH (Continued from Page One) Higned. N. 1). McMurray. l72-8te FOIl 8AL10—$150 Kafe, $75. Also $:H 0 lee Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 June 1927

«mX2( s«.i ": m' v r RATES BY MAIL IN >DVANCB 1 year 8 mo. 3 mo. 1 $7.60 $4.00 $2.00 5.00 2.85 1.60 2.60 1.36 .70 IN CITY Per Month 70c mo. 70c 50c 30c By Year $8.00 iii . ¡'ni •" " " " articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- liability or responsibility for tfceir *ate custody or return, care will be taken, however. W s«e that they are not in thili Office. PH0N2 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ■ individual, firm concern or corporation that may appoar in the jb of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- i of the editor. It- is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly or injure any Individual,' firm, concern or corporation and corrections "iB made when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly pub- reference of article. it Vote Was a Credit tV. hew* merce of Com- Lee Satterwhite, representative to the state le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 June 1927

r i ^ y \1" • • ';$i , —, > " "í I # ■•'■■ . il • ■ ■ . ■:" 1 «II Í . I '•!*■■ • Í *11 the prospects of a large coun- ry club, and another theathre, a summer In Border wiH pass very swiftly and pleasantly and so much different from the past one which the Old pioneers aro always discus- sing. In Have a Hay Ride Assembling at the Baptist Church last Friday night, a crowd of over sixty háppy picnicers from the Christian, Methodist and the Bap- tist churches motored in trucks and . cárs to- a small canyon east of town and there, thoroughly enjoyed them- selves. A'fter mountain climbing and games in which Rev. O. W. Carton, of the Methodist Church and Rev. RolCe Brnard of the Baptist church participated. Refreshments - of sand .viches, pop and watermelon were served in a help yourself fashion. The evening was brought to a close with the carolling of songs and hymns upon the bro* of the hill with the road winding pleasantly beneath them and the stars and moon close overhead. This was o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 June 1927

• coffec cowtry. HrTcral i And the work. «iHvps another BARRKTTA, terry's foremen. He ra ttab tu the hand > rorriun. Be- paralysis too •nd Vilak confides to he is certain Limey ___ he may have struck i was not the murderer, evening Vilak induces X un- to come with him on a visit to of GAYIiORD PRENTISS, ■t and forbodinK man, i an enemy of.Elsie. Vilak i in somehow involved dhs deaths. going to Prentiss' place, . "Bffl d* Elise .Mar- ; Vilak's wishes, she in- When Vilak «loor, saying he lawyer, Prentiss orders NOW BEGIN THE STORY !! CHAPTER XI Vila# shurgged his shoulders and returned to his companions. 'Didfljyou learn anything?" Elsie Paskéd éagerly. "PeSiáps a little. Perhaps too much,;;he answered. The:;moon disappeared behind a cloud. -JjThe path became shrouded in misty darkness. They were slow- ly picking their way toward the gate when they heard a click as of a door being ftp «ned in Prentiss' house. A moment later something bounded thrdugft the brush toward them. "He'i le...

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