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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

v UNf' | i Wm Vfl$ i9ü f: ü i 9 , ' ÍW P?§P&' 'w- 'WW&P& -'-$«&*& ; ■ .<■-. • Borger ísi r*. .;TV Iteihfl about oil fliatters in the Texa#, Oklaho Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico Plains Oil Fields «• «Mti pw word ftr iMtrUoat Una loa (or flw mb Is Mxwoyd. All Sd* w iik'iI tor ilitily Solicited f^tddm «ill I'onuuunJcMtioiis i to the OIL EDITOR, Border tmni food used aewlng . _ JennlnsH furniture Co., 811 Phone 70 Í5PB. &ALE—-1026 Ford roadster icimpleUi- • iy overhauled. $15(1 cnali if taken today, A1,4th it garage ncros* from police «tu- «DjB. iq4.1tp [ALB—a room hnuae and lot co] 'urniahod. Three block ot iplete ; at sacrifice price. See Je*s 1 KtIi!¡' ■¡Si ' «|iraj, WXiJTEb—Nico «I m-i ic clean rae*. We pay So «r op'ind. Herald Office. 173 tf It Sale—-s 'ring of new curing at bar- ■in Call or ivritu J. S. Nugent, Nunn Amarillo,' Texas. I'hone 122. 182-3tp. FOR 'HALE—Wq|ter well jumping outfit ttpmrlete'; cbénp; practically new; in' elude* one 2 1-3 H. 1*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 June 1927

<1 ■i • V ' k . ■ JPff . ., PI if . K / ft 1.1 OCR BO PRICES REDUCED SATURDAY, JULY 2, THESE PRICES WILL CEASE TO EXIST—BUT COME THE LAST SIX DAYS OF THIS SALE AND FEAST YOUR EYES UPON THE MOST UNUSUAL SAVINGS IT'S EVER BEEN YOUR GOOD FORTUNE TO WITNESS—EVERY ARTICLE REMARKED FOR FINAL SALE HW| Wl I Pll llill II I Ml | jl*'H!g.1EOTBgor ||||| | ||||B m||| ■ 1 Every Item Now Is Priced at Less Than it Was at the Be- ginning of This Sale Was $50.00—Now $39.00 It is a radical move to cut prices the way we have here but here they are—price cuts are universal and those who buy now reap a harvest of unexcelled values. Here's another bargain that will make the rparks fly. Men every gun is priced le;3 than cost. Marlin 12-gauge pump gun $39.00 6x9 GOLD SEAL RUGS Everyone in U. S. A. knows Gold Seal rugs and that the regular price on this size rug is about $9. While stock •'hwts they are $4.95. $2.50 HAND SAWS Good Warranted steel hand saws. Blue jacket brand. A handscme well finished, wel*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 June 1927

I! m i w fcf.¡. .-:(-y, .-i ¡f tfif- ■• t\:': '•• ";T'-' '" 5' ■ ~ II • M **W", . >;; ,-■ ■ - ; ^ ■■■■! I ■! ¡. 27, 1927. .-': 1 ,■ Wm Wm ****** ***«*« ****** * * * * * * * n 'ir* FLY ON MAIN ST WHEN POLICE CHASE C - ) C0KP0RS0E SPEEDER WHILE PISTOLS MM Spectacular Bloodless Battle Startles Main Street Crowds ABANDONS CAR Man ; Runs Away Through Fields, But is Finally Captured ,Ih a spectacular running gun fight that extended down Main street through night traffic from Isom. to Whlttenberg, Borger's latest daring K'unman Htartled theatre goers and late night spectators, attempted to fire into an automobile in which half a dozgn.policemen were riding, and finally landed in Jail after a sensa- tional capture. The inan gave his name as Charles Calentirie of'Borger when arrested lie was booked for investigation. According to police, the battle started In South Burger when offi- cers attempted to stop Cal'eiitine racing' through city streets. VVhon the driver refused to stop, police e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 June 1927

. s| On Frisco-to-Honolulu Air Trail I sketch op tvvo(eypsv." WOMEN OF THE1' C'AMiPOS' TRIBE IN FRAWCEJ Top right—Arleslan girls, who were proud to take part in the gypsy procession of the Blacik Sarah. Lo'Wer left—Gypsies and tourists trudging along dusty roads in the procession to Saintes Maries. ^««continued FAITHFUL . and selling makes the wandering of who hold up sick children that the Anctenj: Festival of# Wander- the gypfcy tribes more difficult each j)ox may touch them and bring ,n| Being year. v about a miraculous healing. Despite the sparse sprinkling of. j^jack Sarah Is an unofficial saint pure, blooded gypsies at the fete of . Black Sarah the gypsy queen was The church has never recognized elected as usual wHh the secret her existence or encouraged the rites rites which have mystified Europe 0f the gypsies 0ver her bones in for so long in the crypt of the Ro- the holy crypt. The box contain- One Tribe Observes Secret man basilica which dates from the ¡ng her supposed rem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 June 1927

I r* t is^ ■' a ft ,)! ,, Aúw" .,w S&« SHI Airtight Ball Behind Fuller Blanks The Visitor f COOP GOOD TOTAL ... SHAMROCK Dean, 81 --U Claylon, c Set ¡tier, 3b — Seeds, 8H __ Íof finan, rf - lake, If Ojoso, cf Bryan, lb „„ Coop,, p Visiting Hurler Puifches the Pacers, But Not For Long ■ Taking the fiec'í^d gainu'Sunday" afternoon' to sweep a two day ser- ies, the Burger Pacers whitewashed Shamrock yesterday with a ncore of 5 to 0,. playing before the largest crowd to attend a game hero this season. Borger won the first game Saturday 8 to C. Lefty Fuller, I tie llorger pitching ace, was (frio of the loading stars of the day ''when, With errorless backing, he'.'Rtive the'Shamrock boys but four leanhltf. ti fight, over and kept them ijo'ijjicail'ered-as to allow no scorink.' ¿fe:! 0 114 37 AB .-4 -v<: .i -3 -3 ..3 t t &u 3 0 2 0 1 6 2 0 ,1 a 0 ,o 1 i 0 2 0 c 0 4 9' 5 0 0 TOTAL 30 0 4 84 Ilorgfr 200 001 11x Shamrock 000 OOfl 0 0 0 Two base lilts: Blako, Ruth, J. (Jpber, Narrie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 27 June 1927

Ve****-' íé\B;1O. m \#. "ÍÍ.50 4.«l> «9,00 70c K .—-- 6.00 r'2.«0 "$60 60« ftljr ,._2:50 «1.ÍI5 .70 SOc CARRIER IN C1TV r«r floulh . Br S««r 70c #*.00 tiUi diidu, 5 ■ niiffirL^tv Irt „ _ *• Hmld aro otrneri risk, and lh« publishers «*■ i4Ut?i any liability or roaponai- lelr safo custqdy or r^tyrn. Th" will ba talen, bp o*fr. to «« art not loit or minplaocd in thi* ÍR ALL DEPARTMENTS tO TBI PUBLIC by erroitfoui r.flpctiin upon the charactar •Ming br reputation of .any individual, IB, roacern or corporation that mar ap> ar in tha columns of the Herald, will b idly corrrtted when callad to itfcé attetion tka editor. It ia not. the intention of ' to wrongly uso or .injure n.v Mil ¿ íitnji eoniern or corpordtwp and • wfll be made whfcir warranted One wrongly'published frans-Ocean Airmail jr cfert^inly . pulled the er out of the bottle of 71 I Si Hi:' ■cor & ** 9 c c;; HI ánsHócean air flights, fhe concrete results which . eje predicted for the daring flight of the young aviator...

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

I , ' y--' m w ■ y >. *< ' •-> | > 1 •t, .-, ; '] L w ! 9 m¡mbwwsam # 4 R?NT,7rN(fe 2 iroiiVri house Arnislied w,W «ajurm, «<1, 1 12 liloptu ana lli, 3 BlSeks wt« oi jiost. office, fall <:«««•« b *6fr *hc*,'185 í-2 Dixon St. . 184 3(0. . jjf 1 1 i ii^ iij i'., i ' j Í.Q&., HENT^One; 3. rpora Bhouse furnished r unfurntsKed. If you are looking for 0U«e see thin before you rent. This _ ¡pt «'()>•<;>. One block west of BaptUt eWt|e> on north side pf at. See R. J. TO * - ...... - 184 3tp. HENT—Nqw-brick bldg with balcony ishavoky. J84--2tp. . RF.NT-—Nicoly. furnished rooms with nrer bath. *4 per week . Acme Tourist P. lH4-3tp. I' Rh'NT—Furnished houee, two rooms rht, gas i water ; $30 per month. 32L *oy St. lH3-3tp. ¡t RENT—Three room cottages, close in; utnished or unfurnished. Hee Dr. J. y. >rforü, phone 64. 180-ttr. ; ípjí RENT—Apartment; rob, lights, gar- ■ AS*: #15.00 per mouth. Marietta Court, W«l 4th st. 185-3tp. wanted to rent i IV" ,' • t -' ...

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

y • í ■•&.$ II s-* ; r •• 4 4r i-s IBHHHHHUKisni —lelt to right—Prof. Nicholas Roerich, artist after whom the Iloerich Museum is narfied; Esther Lichtman, teacher of the blind and Mrs. Maurice J. Lichtman, a director of the Master Below—Miss E. Mildred Bell. ite oí United Arts. 4/ YORK.—.;AP) Teaching Maurice J. Lichtman, a director of whom the museum is dedicated, , "to see' has resulted in the school and óne n' 'he toacli- founded the school in. 1921, he was ihles, and now the blind 018 of the 'MWl "We have dis- particularly anxious to admit blind ng works of art for sighted covered that through the seuses ot 1. to see and admire. touch und sound, the blind have ¡vn Persons 10 all courses. Um(„ tiwtin.to nf i'nif£,ii "open sesame" and a more delicatc Accordingly classes were Cstab- New York, ther" in a per- ar-Proach to all branqhes of crea- lished in music. Journalism and po- nsbtbition o M^ulptur-) tiVf! rtOI'k' etry upsetting the tradition that the work, exekrsiv*ly. of "Cr...

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

. • • 'W -i lair. ASSOCIATED PRESS . íüfr-'í-' ■ JFFICIAL PUBLICATION, OlTT OF BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1927. 4"r^ TBXAI , '!,!*)11'''■ i'" i' * * ¥ ¥ * * ****** * * * * * * * * * OVERfLAÍl*! FOR JULY FOURTH PROQRAM « K. r Bit f Rodeo, Turtle Races, Dance*, Are on Program of Festival HUGE TAKÁDÉ Industrial Revue Planned For Saturday in Great Procession •Borger will 'celebrate the Fourth of July In a gigantic way anrl with a; complete program of appropriate festivities. Hutchinson County Post No. 412, American Legion, in staging the pa- triotic éclcbration in'Borger this y eat,. plans one of the largest of affair jn this part of the country tor th ice whole'days, according to the Region committee. Saturday, Sunday and Monday, July 2,. 3 -and 1, will .be the da ' of' the anniversary entertainment, with.'various events held iii differ- ent.'.parta of the city, Á genuine western rodeo to be héja each afternoon at 'the hall pari: hfeMdfl the list of-, celebration events; '•OTrWmo...

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

. IB Ytv "r 8K ÍÜ'ív I e4a •" ¿ BT CA BR IN CITY Mcmtli By Year *8.00 .olicitfd trtlclkS. umouseript , let in picture sent to The Herald are . owners rink, and the publishers ex* repudiates any liability or responsi- lor their safe custody or return. The ire will he taken, however, to see - are not lost or misplaced in this PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS t : NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC erroneous reflpclicn upon the character ding or reputation of any individual, ..concern or corporation that may sp- in the column^ oi the Herald, tvill be ly corroded when called to the atteüóu ^ the editor. It is hot the intention *jt this ttewftpaper to wrongly use or lojtire any Individual, firm, concern or corporation anu «©rrections will be made whon. warranted as prominently as was one wrongly publlshéd «olerence to article. The Police Chief The city commission is con- sidering the selection of a chief of police to take the place of Charles Purcell, the ranger appointee who was re- cently released. Borge...

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

?:.?< •* lir- ■-■J UteBorgtr Want Adi Forth : Two oénts #«r woM p«r latafaosi; thrtss lBMrtlon for bin oanta p«r word. All inil Uto huraiN. « , *1' ÉIÉÍiiií^8iiiíK^iíÍiíltaiÉIÍ¡^íl¡SÍi^ i FOR SALE rS- HALK OB TRAtoK—Una .Star Oaf*, oil husiiii'HK.. Will lease. A. Bylaod. lonusylvaiii . botal. I Bd-rtlii. l'OB KALE—Ciird Two door koUuii, dump: apply Tulsa Cafe, 0. C. Dunham. I80i|p. if T Main SALE—A good used sowing machine, hoap. Jennings Furniture Co. 8X1 North in. l'boue 70 « 17frtfc WANTJ5D—Nit-e Bit; clean raga. Wa pay 5b per opund. Herald Office. lífl-íf FOR. 8ALK—~ü'hc- lai&ti iron wife;, priced right. The Uamtey-Dnvig Merc. Co, Phone '<225. 183-41 p FOR RENT FOJt Ill'NT—Nico 2 rouin house furnished or unfurnished. 1 J 'J blocks south, 'i block.-, west of pout office. Call (.'omen Barber shop, 125 l-'J Dixon St. FOR UKNT—One ¿1 room houso furnished' or unfurnished. If you, are looking: .for - house s«'e this before you rent. This is not u shark. One block west of lin...

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

y . ■ :Q, rÜv<:. •"rv..: ** ' ^ " ' ' V- ¿HUÉ York 0. Chicago 7-4. ■Boston 8. 1:4. ' 0; Philadelphia 6 1: Cincinnati 4 5; ¿5t. Louis 7. e They Play Western League at 'Lincoln TjMs St Denver- 2 ¡fM J* for-1 the betterment •e city. "The Coliseum is being built mo- dérn throughout with dresslnK rooms, a kitchen i-onven- Kgvinst groups a: shower baths, toilets, check room and other ioncés." ' COCllTEOC COI'S G AÍiVEíÍTOÑ—< A P) —A newspa- per reporter* found that Galveston policemen are polite. . lie asked all manner of questions and failed to rttccivo a (tingle rebuff. LEGAL NOTICES AL rlSllE ichlta at Des Moines. Oklahoma City at Ortiuhu. • v -• Texas Ijeague fellas at AVaeo: Shreveport at Beaumont. : Wichita Palls a,t Houston. l?drt, worti at San Antonio. 4 V • ; ; American IifMgiir St.' Jjftuis at Detroit. Cleveland at Chicago. Washington at Boston. JTS*. W.LLlAM^ Bra.'u. . Pifí. WjB19st ti hu scmkc, wc .* . .— \J/\N\SVA1K1G- AMERICANS Born *T'be a cattle killer . TrtlEF AN'ÓE...

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

0- 'rV',V, 1FFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITT OP BORGER, TEXAS ALL M 1—no. 187. . 1 associated press borger, texas, wedneday, jun—e 29, 1927. AITLAND LANDS. BYRD START # * * V * * * * # ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * • OWBTREE POLICE CHIEF * * * * x * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * BATHING REVUE HERE JULY 2 is I o f PARADE DOWN D0RGER STREET Merchants To Sponsor Misses in Procession of Pulchritude STORES TO CLOSE SEERESS HALED TO COURT, DENIES FORTUNE TELLING July Fourth Plans Stack Up Fast; 700 Turtles are Scheduled Beauty will parade down Main ptrfeet of Borgtr Saturday night aj 8 o'clock, arrayed in bathing HUitH, as the first event of the latest ad- dition to Borger's Fourth of July celebration. Lovely girls, oacli representing a mercantile establishment, will take part in the parade, and will alxo participate in a midnight revue ut the Hex theatre Saturday night, and in'a swimming contest at the Happy Hollow pool Sunday at 2:0 p. m. Merchandise valued ...

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

-4< ? i mm Vs; *• *: ' •• -i - '• ■. •• ?:?<■■■ :•': Top—Fuss and feathers. Blackieet Indians in the savage fiSSÍ^^HÍle oíd frontier. Lower—A typical Indian mother of the new day, Mrs. Sam Frleólonder and-soft, who won first prize hi the Wett'baby clinic at the Northwest Indian Congress. Right— Paul ,G. Wapato, president of the Con- gress and crusader for ,a new outlook on life J*y members of his race. i«n" o had cr before, nmrow a too," hi lower tl 'rtiey e they Jwf parallel- IWy WUft ""J ing Hie railroad tracks and galloped on. -. (To lie Continued) .. Preni but fli distrustful of Vllak. iy deeWes to arfirtit the par- ty to his .house, where a-, new danger I fiwoMlerrti. '■ '■ Vi HÍsmÍH - IB „ SPOKANE.—(AP)—The Pacifl Northwest Indian, treated once as an enemy of the white man, and since his aubjuation, as a ward, is assuming a self-reliant role as a consequence of a movement inaug- urated by the Réd Man himself. Paul O. Wapato", full blooded American Indian, is the moving s...

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

Western League aarillo 12; Lincoln 1. Oklahoma City; Omaha 4. yicbita 6; Den Moines 11. Denver 9. n Texas IiMgno hreveport 3; Beaumont 6. tfllas 1; Waco 4'. 'ort' Worth 1; San Antonio 2. Wichita Falls 2; Houston 4. «7 American League It. Louis 3-3; Detroit 9-6.' hlladelphla 8; New York Cleveland ?; Chicago 8. Washington 7; Boston. 0. 9. New National league York| 3: Philadelphia Pittsburgh 9: St. Louis 8 Chicago1 1; Cincinnati 8. (Only games scshcduled). 7. They Play é Western J/oaffue grillo at Lincoln, lahoma City at Omaha, iftchita at Des Moines. Tutea at Denver. ?■ Texas League Shieveport at Houston. fiedlas at San Antonio. Fort Worth at Waco- Wichita Falls at Beaumont. American League St. Louis at Detroit. Cleveland at Chicago. Boston at New York. Philadelphia at Washington National League Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Chicago at Cincinnati. |iew York at Boston. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Standings r r. _ , t \ \ Western League . i 4 \. W. L. Pet. Tulsa \ 4!) 23 .681 Wjehifa 43 31 .5S...

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

it or not otharwl uid alio th* local cK-r ION RATES BY MAIL IN" 1 AUVANCK —ONE YBAR— 10 8 1 YEAR MO. MO. MO. Sou. «7.30 *4.00 *2.00 70b . ly 6.W U.H5 1.50 60c Only - 3.5ft 1,85 .70 SOr BY 0ARK1KR IN CITY Per Mouth, Year 70c $8.00 All unsolicited artirk.s, manuscript*. let- and pictures sent to The Herald aro owners risk, and th« publishers ox- r repudiáis; any liability ur responsi- for their safe custody or return. The e will be takou, howéver, to se« are not lost or misplaced iu this PHONE 33 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS *4- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous refl^clku ppon the character ■landing or reputation ot any individua}, íirm, concern or corporution that may ap- pear in the columns of the Herald, will bo gladly corrected when called to the attetion pi the editor. It is not the intention of Ills newspaper to wrongly use or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation and Correction* will be made when warranted ét prominently as was one wrongly published •iference to article. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 June 1927

i.Á • ■'■'U •" M-'. ,.y .lii&'iiTr-' ggfl ?* ; ' . Two eeau por Word per teaartloaa UirN iiiwUw (or fl?e easts p«r word. All ml ft* -WOtt SAUt hk J wmmmrnrn y4?-flj * l'...* V FOl BALK on TRADE—Lone Htar Oafé. t business. Will le##e. A. Byland As?lvani« hotel. IMÉÉÉiliÉttMMÉ r. i ¡j b i J SALE—Ford Two dopr ncdan, cheap; ' l8> Caí*, O. tl. Dunham. JHO ilv- easing f f SALE—A good usad aéwiiif in . tip,* jetffttlnea Furniture «o., 811 M*lp. PhouB 74 " ■ • t chine, orth lTH-t<« m 9 . t WÁHTEp—Nice Bit! clean r ga. We paVSfe pef ópund. Herald Office. * , 173-tf FOR RENT FOtt KENT—'íwb i-imm* ? titli' bath, toilet, «ink, hot and cirlil water, kooiI IiaHvuji. On her house*.- "Map' " Agency, JsómV' lS7-3tp FOR ■ RENT—Apartment; (fan light , gar- hge; SIB.IIO per mouth. Marietta Court, Weft- 4th at. {r, 185-atp. WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—:) furnished ruoma or 8 room house. Call John LaRue at Herald office. dh. i¡ «/mu WANTED WANTED—Best Ford Í7S.0O caRh will buy. ■ K. II Wyant...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 June 1927

Wi /vjrt> but owe o r(W HAMOS «IU. W-6/wr ©OWLS Finish rt". /VrteiP&fH hsL -r-wit' AkM«LL #1 I Q u iJ.R.WiLUAM^ b- f BTter S* N*A HMMCC. INC- STOCK. u.s.«tf.orr. preserve the colors against the ravages oí time. The process, professionally called "egg-te«npera," was first used by the early Egyptians Bot- ticelli used eggs instead of oil. (Mtt the process has not been used tor centuries. "Egg-temper*" pictures are paiut- ed on specially prepared wood, and Taylor works ou oak. The colors are not mixed in the ordinary way. but fare put on the wood separately Sundae's Birthplace In Ithaca Is Sold Lindbergh's Birthplace commercial service, elates that dur iiig a flight over the country between Bor and Shambi he noticed a large number of animals whicn appeareu to be black sheep or rabbits. He descended to have a better view and then realized that what he had sighted were elephants- about a thousand of them. As the noise of the motor came nearer tie herd stampeded and scat- tered in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

* * * * * * Picked For Beauty 'PANHANDLE TO B6RGER RACE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1—NO. 188. fcRDV-fH G R-A G> G ,! , OFFICIAL PUBUCATIO*, C«T OF BOROKR. BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, jpUÑE 80, 1927. —■ KM ' «1 ****** WEST RIDES BORGER ■■■KNilir SATURDAY New Highway to Be Utilized for Exciting Auto Contest $150 IN PRIZES Road Will Be Patrolled and Kept Clear for Speed Demons 2 DUSKY FLAPPER BANDITS GET $150 OFF BORGER WHITE STILLWATER, Okla., (AP) Ar- dvth Gragg, 17, a freshman at the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechan- ical Ctylege here, was adjudged the mpst beautiful girl In the: school by ;AtJolph Meujou, Hollywood Bcreen war,, MenJou made the se- lection from photographs submitted by the Red Skin, college annual. til Ml VniWiVr ■ V 2 BOUGH'S FIRST CHURCH YEAR OLIJMMY Rotten Eggs and Rocks Failed to Mop Methodist Growth PIONEER PASTOR Carter Hauled Lumber Build Tabernacle in Boom Town I . > m Surviving threats of "rotten-egg- ing"; cuntinoing In spite of rocks bounced off the walls of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

Stolen, eh? ly, cruelly. Will see. I H Uicien Burmdh hi, betwéen Panhandle Chanibf unerte, who ar Mié rSitd . congratti lated on. is of Borger are open- • new ho'mé toínorrtíw id dedicating it S^t^r- it> j ■ i, /ent is bringing Mas- from all surrounding even from as fir Paso. It éonati- ariother of those steps link Borger with it jors, and advertise the City more favorably angers and hi-jackers jreviously advertised it. e new building is a ere- fSif" :;y$M fHr ' ; — re About Flies ,,fc)¡rty greasy dishwater poured but on the ground in ; an, alley back of a Borger foe " handling establishment daily calls gréat swarms of; flies, i that blacken the ground and Í rise in a buzzing cloud when ; anyone passes. If it is not against the law to '^hpt^ slop such as this in the ,open, it should be against the law. If it is illegal, those I whó diáobey the law ought to I be prosecuted. I í Elies are a nuisance; they | j are also a menace. Citizens who put out food for them are I' enemies of s...

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