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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 June 1927

s i i Ein male rival*. KINGSTON. N. Y>r-A seal, which Is being trained for a swim acrosn the ehannel, Is to be used as pac* maker for tbe Zltenfleld twirt'steterrf who"*aye swimming, from Albany to New York in preparation fbr the channel. A ' GENEVA—AS a golfer. Admiral Earl Jellicoe is a good naval stftu- úKlst and Hugh Gibson an' excel- lent diplomat: Therefore their Match on the links ended all square, so far as they were able to deter- mine. ' "V^IMBLEDON—Tears and fright can be due to joy. Such was the case! when Fraulein Cecllle Aussem When defeated at tennis. She was (tightened by the cheering throngs und tearful in pleasure over I bo re- ception given a representative of Qprmany. NEW YORK—Distances between atoms and being measured by a new jMray micrometer, the Institute of Chemistry nnnounces. pF¡¡¡ ■ LV *9UcTO W.HWsetFsoa; OOGHT lío*6WD >mhv SHe HftvetMe urip s ViHfN \WC HftVe 6 MONEY HTTtXSOAWKV -ear sac eeeAuse W6N HASN'T XHB M9N6V "ÍOUMND AMW VMITH * treate e « Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 June 1927

I' w MM ;v' fp.: .1 m ■ ' >; it: pi'... Ef§ EBsPil p: ' * .*2 r 0>. ' | • & # ■ ■ f. t Ife Píf R fe£ '■ I Si ; iff' I ■ ■ w wi i v v ■ Mr 25 Fowl* of Different Kindt will be thrown j frcin our roof at 10 a. m. sharp Friday, k June 24th. One chicken will have a ticket ^ ' tied to it leg good for $10.00 in trade, S 1*?$! ,. f ■" •*.;* *%0Rv.'j4M •tWA Jlli ®>%w SSI > m ' «V- •'*. p Ig#? I r if I i W< $5h .1 i , another will have a ticket good for $5.00 ^ folks, doñr cost anything if your are not ^ % S^r lucky. Come. Catch a chicken. See the fun ^ and have a big laugh, in trade, another will have a ticket good .for ^ $2.50 In tradéi^lO chickens will, have tickets good for 1 dollar' in trade. It's all FREE M I IICSAlE] 7 > / / We Want You Satisfied i We Will Gladly Exchi READ* To the First 25 Women Entering 0 Mfr Moaning We Will Sell Domes for per yard l%Mis Shoes and Hosiery v r -y Í . f ' Ladies Novelty Shoes, 1 Pr. $4.99, 2nd pair only jc T7°r- -o- - 1 Table Ládi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 June 1927

r ■ i ■ •&i I i i Exchange or Refundí in I®! \v \v mes Our Store Friday :ic (10 yard limit) Everything Guaranteed 1 i i $ i To the one writing us a letter, any way, any language, good script or bum writing, neatness does not count, in 100 words or less, "Why You Would Rather Trade At STEINBERG'S." 1st Prize $10 in Trade 2nd Prize $5 in Trade 3rd Prize $2.50 in Trade 10 Prizes $1 in Trade Write Yours, It Might be the Catchy One These prizes will be awarded July S, 8 p. m. 1 $ I Sharp FRIDAY, JUNE'24th e, fpr Yourself—All Bargains * 1 y dishes HALF PRICE " bottle GAPS Per Lb. ic -0 E E 24* -o —- REMNANTS SELLING HALF PRICE TOILET GOODS HALF PRICE ° RAG RUGS ° 49c 18x36 0 o- 4 Bars TOILET SOAP 10c LADIES Handkerchiefs 4C THREAD 100-yd. Spools Each w .... SUIT CASES 98c small hat boxes 98c o o- -o 1 Large Group of HAND PAINTED CHINA HALF-PRICE CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS 98c 10c BOX MATCHES 5C FACE TOWELS 9c Each I i % -Q BARBER TOWELS Each W KLEENEX 3 Boxes S1.00 H I Large Group of Hand Ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 June 1927

te. the Blart- When this man's little daughter wants to hear the famous old atory of the Three Bear* he'll be able to give it .to hér with all ¿rinda Of frills. Chumming with bears is his long suit: He's shown feeding a few in Yellowstone National Park,, " ' Sues Indiana Ex-Klan Dragon tcruay oy proiuoivrB or uib iuulcii, Bob Moston and Karl Maddux. The new stadium, built by the Amatex lumber company is oppo- site the Hotel Inn, a half block off Main Street, and plenty of parking apace can be obtained around ft, it is pointed out. Open anil-ln the shape of a bowl, it will have an eighteen by' eighteen ring in the center, 'suitable for all riorta of alk' letlc bouts. Chick and Jensen, the main fig- ures of thé card Monday night, , are reported to tote' grudges aga'injit each other, as a result of their last match in Borger. Other bouts, and music by a negro Jazz band, will feature the occasion. tntfw Leagtae * W. ' WichitaFalls ——4X Waco ----36 Dallas --3B Houston -34 Shreveport — 31...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 June 1927

: • ; MHMPMI I I ■ : '• V m \ Italy, bpth wi remains- * ■ WKm%mmñ ,.,.. I*D —— Want Ad$ For ResqU* Á X }> 1 *w *®ri * UssiUobi (km iB.ertl mi for |tn end Hr wore All voot Mi on toa 8AUt~A good used uflag machine, ' ckeap. J«intM a Furniture Co., 811 North 17atfc I .. •' roo« house ud lot complete- ly furaished. Three block* of Western (Hi; t sacrifice price. See Jes I Hit Ir, lid Drflg.i 180-dtp. FÚH. HALE OB TRADE—¿Will trade'my o<|- ' utty in AmatHlo residence and lota for • ■ going business auch as a filling ataiUui or tire -«hop. Phone 2863, Amarillo, Texan. •# WA^T 18018 to. . ■ "'"TT BD—-Jilea Big clean raga. We'pay 5e : op'uid. Herald Office. 173-<( FOR-SALE—String of new caaiug at bar' gefri Cell or «Tit® J. 8. Nugent, Nunn Blag., Amarillo, Texes. Phone 12'J. • jr. tusan . FOB- KALE—Wnjter wqjl pumping outfit cdftplete; «heap; practically new; in- cludes ene 2 1-3 H. P. gas engine; jack; "70 ft. ,2 1-2 inch gnlvani/.ed tubing and roda. Inquire at Stering hotel, Weal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 June 1927

nT&XX two days, the two th« ent threat to of the National were replacing lilt threat falling to best the two game duel fui bs, who recenta- es straight, have tour in a row, th v«j went to fatten the aver- he rising Red Birds. The woti yesterday 11 to 5 the Cards a clean sweep bs series. It was a per- ph for G rover Cleveland r. for the chance to pitch a- le club that sent him down the rivér to St. Louis where lie helped'fiwln a world championship last year, the iron-armed Vetera.i edtooltthe mound out of turn ind held his old team to six scattered frits.. Ope was Hack Wilson's 14th home run óf the season, but it could not tn#(| the tide. F*ád¿g the lowly Reds next in a series, the Cards have a fine chan to mike things even hotter for the Pirates- StlH^ut in front and holding their own, "th¿ Pirates unloosed their hit- tins pwwer and dropped ilte Hods It 'to t in a game that saw eight plttfrerC four for each team. (auks second duplex Vin in two dajfe over the Red Sox featured a f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

iv¡W , ; R • 4. * ^ n ^7* day partly cloudy. ' ■ . •T^anfi^Ui ; <;r>m « I L IFFIOIAL PUBU0ATI05, CirfOF MHHi k II 1 „ - - • tí*# * •'"Í1 Fl? P ' 1 Mi ■ >'p , mi i it. ill YOL. 1—NO. 183. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE "■ 11 j' BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1927. —, i Ml Ml * * * * * * * # ****** * * * * * * ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * DRILLING FOR DEEPER SANDS I * :l . V -v Captured! ■T MATTHEW KIMES ¿Mat Kimes, notorious Okla- homa bandit, was raptured yesterday in the Grand Canyon by a posse of Arizona officers and citizens. GARRETT NOT HOIESTEARTO COM (OMITO 4.000 FT. DEPTH May Reach New Flow and Make Production Even Greater SAY OFFICIALS Man Charged With Malone Drew Sewer Plans, But not Supervising Work MALONE BONDED EXPECT 20,000 Weil Near Hatcher Drug Co. To Be Test of New Idea After hbitiing oil producers f«r months discussing the probability ot a deeper sand in the local field. Borger will experience the first at- tempt to reach a new flow at 4,- 200 to 1,500 ff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

' ^ ■V > ^ me, . ¡St- mt a bind only mby not exec itlvefl made t resistance j allowing ttaem- ed upon the mud- russed #tth ropes beyond a slight move- head and wrist they though in n. Mb . ¿r.R,.W'Ü"ky£ * X?"1' © 1927 W NEA Service Ben Lucien Burman rm¡h THUS HAS HAPPENED Attempts hav.c been mode on the life of ELSIE MARBERRV. an American girl Who owns and Hyc* on p?*operty adjoining the queer lit tie j«ngle-bordcred town of PORTO VERDE, in west, central Brazil. "Bvcral mysterious deaths have j; including that of one of f«Aromen. He two-year-old or- phaned nephew is kidnapped büt is found again, largely through the ef- forts of VIIjAK, her cousin and pro- tector, who is known in Porto Verde us ATTORNEY DAVIS, Elsie's law- ycr. Vibk has sent for LINCOLN M'SJi VIJA', elderly American clir- mist, to" help him get at the bottom of' the mystery. Tliey ■ are ignorant of the cause of this .-.hostility., toward Elsie but Kuspect tisn t a man named GAY LORD I'REN'TJÍÍH, a reticent and for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

r M r; 'f í i \ ' p,, x wmm Mk.fi U41* i Indians plan f heir bit in enfert BUTODier vacation site. Chief Yelfow Robe (right) and Cliá honor the president \vi Sioux ' Chiefs Will Admit Goolidge to Tribal Councils WHAT NAME? ¡lining President .Cooltdge at his ^.'o. FU?^h (upper lefl), Cliief f'<¡rtt7.il Horse flower) plan to th their highest offices. Indians Can't Decide What Tag To Put On U. S. President RAI'ID CITY, R. D.— (AP)—In- dian chiefs who strove a generation ago to turn back the white men and lo save! the Black Hills for a hunt- ing grdund. today await the coming of President CoaJifUre to his sum- mer Upme with plans for adding to the tumult of his Welcome. The .highest honors of the Sioux President by Chiefs Yellow Robe. Crazy I-forse, No Flesh and Kills A HundrejJ. With'his consent, the tribal lead- ers will admit him to the council fires of the Sioux nation, ami will make him the Cireat White Father of their'jtrihe. It is ¡a picturesque quartet which awaits the Presid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

y, Thura- lo appear ¡n dix court lo answer i:ersottaiiii5 an officer t -4 -T walk- Prison XARKnN A—OftifeP*. a lake herí 1'bursffiiv' of the body of att-upM^nii^ who is f elleve4 to poison and tben jam Bed Ünio 1he *** , * ,5 NkSW YOHK—"A slender, blond [ daisy" i the hero of a novel that; is selling rapidly - in CCCA ed away Farm here cities were notmea. seu> con- victs were serving time for forger ies. re- ting the ing and mr hail ts, and getting that citv mail delivery 1 Furthermore, what about re- \ serving the sidewalks for ped estrían , and shooing the au- the bicycles into EL PASO—Resolutions demand- ing dismissal fronx the service of the United States Veterans Bureau 2 *0. K<>. rim 70e 2.#S 50 ZM 1M .19 IS CITT T*r Month Hj Ttw t MO ,the streets I What few fine# garbage ing it flies? What about another boy sc&ut troop, or two, or three, * orf a dozen more? ¡What about playgrounds? What about parks? What about a library? These three , last suggestions may seem pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

mmm ■ k <* ! * .9 I: % vV #' i1 BMwi ' ví '.i«ül IJP íkw ifr i ■; ^í.#" r *• vrmftP&gs cas. uy ' Bg!EAEH£ W&Mitil <3AWL WICSBTOK lító VAC/ffSPJt THIS-AíI^A IWTfltoef TbKJiow wr 19^5SaJ^. l^é^yy TlIiaTlMETHAC /toíSi HE'S mawur A® RRTi nkxmvk #ív , r '// s& ¿ss Arrass & r\W^ Dixie Wilt Fly to Honolulu OINOLUU,)!^ • ••ctíUAM ut the early proposed truus-Paclfic fliKbis. from San Krauct.sco to Tokio and Manila. Left to right are Lieut. Jess Wind- lum; Lieut. Ken Stern; Lieut. Douglas Da- vis, iiud Paul Detifera.' Lieutenants Windham and tSeru plan also to continue to Guam or Tokio and thence to Manila, a total of 0,000 miles. Four1' Southerner Will Try to Cross Pacific on Wings FIRST HOP JULY 3 Ben Stern and Jess Windham Will LeaVe Frisco First ATLANTA, Jnrié 24—'(AP) — Four Southerner* in three planeH intend to cntef • the proposed air races acrotM) ttie Pacific from San- Fraan risco to,.'Honolulu. The objective of lieutenants Jew- Wlmtham and Ben Stern of Mem- phi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

P' ■ ÍPV afore in Denlson, la., where Clarence p. Cliambenlin life to becomó a watchmaker. But the boy soon ji the whir of~ a propellor more fascinating tlfan the main- •t Of a timepiece. His rfather's -automobile was the first In ■ ■ Denlson. '■ ¿0 Chamberlin a Racer in 1914 Chafllfeerlin'a mechanical talents got a good start. This picture taken in 1014, shows Chamberlin and the motorcycle which he used to enter in the local and state races. IIo had several spills and narrow escapes. Waiting for Word oí Levine IBp; mk M- § m it W?' I, St. With the name stoicism of the women who for ages have waited fdr„ their men who have gone "down to the sea in ships," Mrs.sfeevlne and her children sat grouped around a radio while Columbia skipped across the ocean. Mrs. Levine and the children, Eloise Shirley, 9, and Ardeth Naoinl, 9 months, are ■ i shown above. Sacker Pushes Ruth for Circuit ■ "3d J, Ü 4 I • ' ■* To íjjÜfev |íMstinctloúsVftiteady: won by'SechHary of State Prank Kelíofeg (left) a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

pg# - v • TT ' w -'T •*. • >' • * • . '■ ■ 'I'M. *" WON Mf iMirllOii thru JittrUo tor H?* miM Mr wai* All tail t Mill um . WAPtf MAP IttAAffftftAttl ' ÉkflMA kaoft. J?mm. All w*« rtl M« vén 1ALE ** ¡ture Co., 811 1 HI'IIC room house and Hot cúmplele Three block. of Western sacrifice price. Bee Jom ^Df^ll, SAJWS OR TRADE—WUI trade, my ro- ily in Amarillo residence and iota for raroc buaineaa sueh « n filling station tire shop. Phoue 2R0U, Amarillo, Texas. 180-atc1 /WjtKTpp^—íílce Big clean rag . We pay 6c ■-¿per Mp'Utd. Herald Office. tTS-tf 'TO SALE—S'.ring of new casing at liar- ¡H- Call or Write J. s. Nugent, Nunn le-, Amarillo, Texaa. Phone 122. -y/y " ; ma-iitj . I'jJR i&A LE—-\Vq|ter well pumping outfit ? completa; cheap; practically new; in- 'otádés one .2 1-2 II. P. g s engine; J| ck; 8Í0 ft. 2 1-2 inch galvanized tubing aná rods, inquire at Sieving hotel, Weatherly. "■ ; ■ lHa-atp. • SAJlE—One largo iron safer priced liight. The Kanhey-Davls Merc. Co. tm 225. . I8a -l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 June 1927

I } ( ■■ ' r v <• i f i ¿ ^ ||Í R,.,,JfL \ I * ! I 1 W — J f© |HH# ,r„jÍP#MÍ W¡MWiuw'^k st ■■.ser ';2S¡í £ ■ 3S« ■• ear. ..34* SSI r?.~ _______ ^ —. X know tT, oorne. / That's just u - tie'-- BUT Voo VMOUCD / ¿O Mill'Nú ANO ewfrOVftSlK OMLW «OKT M(S ( ABOUT we tiCiNC- AWMV " FCELINCS CF VOU \ WttV Ht: £V£N IN¡ *sT s Said anwthing /\ That í stav a MONTH ' About ir —4/ A MONTH?? MNMTH'NU KÓM WTH WO' ?? osara. Gcr L„ TtmT He's stNOiNú /£ ifMTfrWtt :' X ' piKa.ii. 8. pat. orr | ©1H.VJ BV tic* ssnvice, INC. 'm ItJnie the robberies were committed^ X Kady. questioned about his con- iacction with the desperado, declared ^Sat he had known Kimes while Korkitis in the Oklahoma oil fields averted he knew of Kimes' es- cape - •Kimes was questioned tbout serv- "fttg a term in the Oklahoma State i'enit.ent.iary for bank robbery. Ht ftdmitted that he did but. said he was released. He declared that his bro- ther was still there, however, and '-hs.s been there ain.ee last August. Kimes was sought ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

mPi* ^ UTICUli PUBLICATION, (OT QF - TBTA j'f.i111!" 'iwi,-, r /, ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1927. ¿ib — 4 1 4 * * J ' 1 1 1 1 I <| is BORWR burolars 111" ■, • ■ * * * * * ¥ ****** «** «« ****** * * * * * * * * > DEAD OHIO WRECK * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * V * * * TELLS OF MAT KIMES CAPTURE r SF™ DOWN-TOWN BIBLE HANO-TO-HANI |lASS METH0D|ST WITH IAHNT Battle in Car Described by Arizona Peace Officer HIRED HANDS HELP Garage Man Climb Over Cliff to Make Kimes Surrender FLAGSTAFF, Ariz..June 25—(A P)-—Matthew Kimes, Oklahoma bandit, captured at the Grand Can- yon. was held under double guard in the county jail today while Po- lice posses scoured all roads seeking members of his Rang believed in- tent 011 rescuing him from the law's grip. Officers are combing the district for two automobiles, one a touring car and the other a sedan, supposed to be carrying Clyde and Karl Jar- rett. Whitehead 4'id Ray Terrell, members of the Kim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

9B , ' T ■ ®í ' i •>:•' -, imvmsmmii^iMmrami* mméíééíík ?q «w *jí rn 5) f "*Ü X•I ira . , ffjgM , w'tyíj Capí m* m js digging Into y r coming buttons t jfUrrl o thé o kicked almost agaia and slammed the door the pr,ea|sure of the1 ?orAs.jl>on veins. ..." ,, old.iban watched him, b minnf ed. tttgged, ^ * ^:u#>hiB !| HP to Vilap they , by a band of ru aijs In in wanted for mWor. the pay of Elise'a enemies w|U be shvt. Vllak are trussed up «aid a damp room crawl- In another room. S THE STORY : v ' CHAPTER XXIII "Alter all they are only ants, Vllak replied, his lips barely moving. "They're not interested in us. They're merely looking for a meal-—sugar, leather, or a leaf they can. use 1 their houses. Interesting little brute . They could tear down thlshouge in a day or two if it were made of wood they fancied. Luck for us they are not taran- tulas, which are thick in so many of these old deserted houses. Looik out for that comer over there «ear the window. I think, I Baw the fc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

Borger Add* Another Win to Its Unbroken String 3 SCORE IS 8 TO 6 LUné Pitches < f Ball Proiii C * i Good Game of rom- the Port Side '• ; V - . Beginning a two game series with 'i Bbanjrock, who substituted tor Lubbock, the Borger Pacers added n not lier victory to tlieir Jong string at the ball pork Saturday afternoon by defeating the Irish Embleaas 8 to C.i Thfe second game of tlve series will be played at the ball park this afternoon at 3 o'clock. "Lefty" Fuller, who rode the bench yester- day lii favqr of Lane, another south- paw, is slated to pitch today- Lane npt'oniy hurled a good game yesterady but had splendid support wheii hjs mates registered hut one errorf and garnered eleven blows ,oft Ppipitj l for Norrlen, Phtpps walked, and Norrlen and Lane scored on Bryan's error. Phipps Bcored on Oober's sacrifice bunt. A pair of singles by Shaw and Norrlen put the gaine on lee In the seventh, al- though Shamrock came from be- hind to put two rutin over the rub- ber in the eighth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

II Eí iW-#' BY MAIL IN > DVANCR 1 yéar 8 mo. 3 mo. 1 $7.50 |4.00 $2.00 6.00 2 86 1.60 ¿ 2.60 I.S6 .70 BY CARRIER IN CITY % ' Per Month By Year ?0°¿ 60c 30c 70c 98.00 articles, manuscripts, lette* . aad pictures sent to Tile ent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- . liability or responsibility for *b«ir *afe custody or return. : care will be taken, however. t\ see that théy are not In this office. J3 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS 0nOTmH *«• i - ?■ m A * NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC bous reflection upon the character standing, or reputation , firtn, concern or corporation that may appear in the the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- editor. H is' not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly lire any Individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections ranted ad prominently as was one wrongly pub- Jllfl in it. ;It will not be a revival. No- .^anybody else to join the church. Good speakers will talk from Qible texts, and there will be good singing. The me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

w\. T * y •• I. By, Pr. J. E. Nunn í yiewG*™***! '^OP'C! ^>€^er's and Work. Quarterly Re- ¿Peter'5:Mi:i ■ 1. The elders therefore among you I exhort, who am a fellow-elder, and a witness of the sufferings of Christ, who am also a partaker of the glory that shall be revealed: 2. Tend the flockr 'of God which is among you, exercising the oversight, hot of constraint, but willingly, according to allotted to you, the will of God; nor yet for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind; 3. Neither as loraing it over the charge all but makng yourselves ^examples to the flock. 4. And when the chief Shepherd shall be manifested, ye sfilll récéive the crown of glory that fadeth not away. 6. Likewise, ye younger, be subject unto the elder. Yea, gird yourselves with humility, to Ipg afir of you serve one another; for God resisteth the,proud, but giveth grace to the humble. 6. Humble yourstefvea therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time; • 7. Casting all you anxiety upo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

'*WÍ. * ■ ú M- é: '«w:. ■ 4; rfr ■iMftiwiriiiwi Lt« _____ lio .463 44'8 !<09 Cincinnati .363 St. Louis QÓO 000 100—1 000 020 00x—2 st. y * IP® i red necjt- retired from the i , fell ill several I Fcommunity grieve" une. Then, suddei " about Uie court | guided as well as men in the gentle art of outdoor self defense. Train- ing from an inside class would be a great assistance to seasoned golfers who would then be rlieved of con- gested links where amateurs and beginners seek mere recreation in- stead of following rules of the scien- tific game. Borger offers one of1 the most ideal spots for a golf course with it's gentle slopes, low hills K ¡Ü the to«n. Twenty five strings of tools are now on location near Lefors, witK- in' a radius of five miles of the town. The Lefors petroleum compatiy has a rig on the townsite 'and is ready to spud in. MHMAKTt \ LOGICS LlkC f V lAC0UR.se iS I J*H" Alps noW his mates r'roternally ,' and shocked them se- Í stepped off a> neat dance to prové h...

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