ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Borger Daily Herald Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 11,704 items from Borger Daily Herald, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
11,704 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

ma* ur ■ s - f ÜL II On all Silk Dresses in stoek. The newest materials and styles. i WW*WVWMMmWVWWWHWWWW WM Just Received a Shipment of VOILE DRESSES Off on every hat in the house Fri- AfcealSpeciaiim HOUSE APRONS J . s — k IIIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIlHIIIJIMIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllMIIIIIHIIIIIIIIinilMIIHIiillillllllllllllllllJilllil lllMIIIIIIISIIIIIIinil lllllll IIllllllllfttllllllllllllllllllllllltllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillnMllllllllllllllllftlllllllllllllllil II111IIV11IIIHIIÍ1II12IIIIIIII) IIIIIIHIIIIIIillllltll i lili lllllllilllllllllilillliT 8 fi WNHTRUV LICAGIK ' Amarillo at, Lincoln, no gamq. Played in doiirtilo-header Sunday. Oklahoma City at Omaha played in double-header Sunday. Wichita 10Des Moines 6. Tulsa 4; Denver 5. THXAH LEVUi: Fort Wortlv' at Waco, rain. , Dallas 4; San Ahtonio 7. Wichita Falls 15; Beaumont 11. Shreveport 1; Houston 0. ' ' AMERICAN LKAUIK 1 v Boston 2; New York S. St. Louis 3; Detroit !). Cleveland 0-8; Chicago 5-0. Phi...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

HS^JHRPIH ■ ' . ■ i to $12.50 1 mmmxk Ty&a WMbB ■ 'it LADIES SHOES *<• '* 9 t-, ♦- ;• . Values to $8.50 CM] I Special For SATURDAY Commencing at 10 A. M. WE WILL SELL TILL NOON $35.00 DRESSES AT $0.85 vr-. < LADIES SHOES Values to $6.50 [M] LADIES SHOES Values to $5.00 CM] —■ Sale Starts M. I I I I '' ■.f ■ ":v- _ I ffjmifl MS Four Groups of Dresses I This S ale $ $ Hundreds of new Summer Dresses just unpacked—and shown for the first time Tomorrow. The Dresses are here—Fresh, New and Authen- tic of the Latest Modes for Summer, Frocks for every occasion. STARTS Promptly at 9:00 A.M. SIZES FOR WOMEN . AND MISSES AFTERNOON FROCKS—Frock for Street, Business Frocks, Fluffy Georgettes, Silk Crepes with Lace „ one and two piece effects. Every Dress is a super- lative VALUE! We can think of many glowing adjectr.ves to describe these DRESSES for they are among the Smart- est, most Winsome Mpdes. Statement t< New Bouffant Frocks, Tailored Silk Frocks, Frocks with Bows— All the ne...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

jf|f SIP ?>'í: ':í "ti sate.' mm Í'íy V";. ■■ CM] CM] i gf¡ |, CM] l.' ) m MDNtt AT BANKRUPT PRICES If I! I' % M Genuine ARMY SHOE $6.50 Value MORNING JULY 1st. Promptly at 9:00 A.M. the Public Men's Suits m m V ■V* • r |loney. They Say Jthiioors. We must raise edivs, Regardless of the rchndise Brings. To the First 25 Men Entering the Store Promptly at 9:00 O'clock Friday Morning July 1st We Will Sell a Pair of $2 Over- alls and $1 Blue Work Shirt, all for $1.00 KRUPT SALES eripr to our BIG forced sale. This recjt Savings to the Public. Your Friend ■■■■Next Door toHi^^H K. C. Waffle House TEL BUILDING T Athfetic j erwear $25.00 Values, Sale Price $ 8.95 30.00 Values, Sale Price 16.95 40.00 Values, Sale Price 19.85 50.00 Values, Sale Price 24.85 Some With Two Pairs Pants Men's Dress Shirts Values to $1.75, Sale Price 98c Values to $3.00, Sale Price $1.89 Values to $3.00, Sale Price 1.89 Values to $5.00, Sale Price 2.39 Men's Shoes Values to $5.00, Sale Price $2.89 Values to $6.50,...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

.•jBM ■«sfttíar popr with the }8, hut oí- , i appoint- Academy, and t Vacancy attend- irglnia. r young man wheu i Paul, of Roau- oí the class óí _ jtook everything him as a "rat" In fine id the lot of a 'rat' is a l" occasion, however, Dick ption to a slurring remark his size from, a third class- Paul saya, and everything was *ir a fight on the banks of River ?jjhen upper-classmen ened. Dick was more disap- than anyone else, but had satisfaction of not hearing any "her remarks about his size- ck and { were on the gymna- team together for two years," E. Doyle, of Norfolk, -Va., re- "He handled himself beau- on the apparatus and was es- ly agile and accomplished as abler. Though small in size, i was wiry and afraid of no stunt, i matter tow difficult." would ,''try anything." ac- ng to Colonel R. Barclay chairman of the committee l athletics, and impressed all who in contact with him with his ge. ■ v; Colonel Henry C. Ford, who Sht both history and English le Byrd was in school, told ...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

'.tíifíiI Star Cafe. A. Uylmul 18G:ilp. - „ duor «edun, cheap; «ufe, 6. C. Dunham. lHfi-ÍVp. u*ed «eMng machina, 'Uituro Co., Mil North 178-tíc l"ED—ífií Ble-el «un rag*. We pay 6o opurid. Herald Office. 173-tf i A 140 lot witti liona In good Ilion; will sacrifice. Sen i''r<id Hilly, bloek iWesti of Amalex Lumber. Mo. 18«-Uti> liK—Burlier xlioj). See J. D. Kicli- at Oklahoma Barber Shop; J'¿a • lHH|Utjt. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO-'ftyy^-A pair of gAod .•tPCOtlfl hand floulfs. Address M, Borger Her- ald. lH8-2tp, FOR RENT FOE EENT—Large apartment j $<2f .()n ponth Clenn. uftol. quiet, big yard. Next door C/one Hotel, luoin^ ja«-iJt]K FOB RENT—Ojie íl-room hoiine furnished; lights, gafi. 1 block west of BnptiM church on north, side of street. .. lM-3tp 4 FOR RJ8ÍSIT—Two room ; tub bath, toilet, kitchen sink, h« * and "old water, good location.- Other h .'u ;es. Mac's" \gency. l*Bom. 187'Htp WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO' RENT:—n furnished rooms or 3 room house. Call John I.aKue at H...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 June 1927

Seal ,j for Well Offered 1,000 BOSH", SAYS Had Thai Much Cash, Says, Would Spend in Bor«er Field one) (Contln most unusual celebration events ev- er stated. riUo News, in a signed Paul Hedrick, oil editor, tag quoted Tex Tbornton nying that he had paid any- much less $600,000 for the n well at Hale Center, and rlied as "all bosh" a report effect sent out from Lubbock. t had that much money 1 pend it wisely and well in r field" Tbornton is quot- saylng. iton, as president of the Tex iton Oil company, says he is to buy the well at a price less than $60,000, but that has been made. Mullican well at 412 feet is .ted as being good tor from 10 barrelj a day. Makes the Cat Smell So Bed? "Smells Just like rotten eggs". Probably you, too, have beard that Mtwrk. made when passing by one of Bbrger's many producing wells, itiV that is Just what it is, for the érll smell of the gas and of bad eggs i due to the preronce of the hydro- amn sulphide, a natural gas produced ftr'the decomposition of a...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

I S;:4M M mi v mpf'^r7 ' .T >. i. '.' CIATED PRESS ORGER, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1927. ; V!' " PRICE I, 'Ml * * * ****** ****** ****** BYRD COMES DOWN OCEAN i A ■ji GAS GIVES OUT. FLYEIS REACH FRENCH COAST "America'' Comes Down 200 Yards From Shore, in Rain and Fog SAVE EQUIPMENT Pneumatic Raft Used to Get Avators and Scientific Stuff Ashore VKR SUB MKR. France, July 1—- (AP) Out of gasoline and groping blindly through fog and rain to find safe haven, the trans-Atlantic plane "America" descended safely in Hie tea early this morning near this town on the < oast of Normandy. Suc- cessful In their effort to spun the Atlantic, but 17G miles west of their goal. Paris, the American aviators liea (led by Commanded Richard Byrd made their way 200 yards through the sea to the shore wifh the aid of a pneumatic raft which they had been able to inflate Just before the plane struck the water. The Myers made several trips to shore and saved all of their most impor- tant equipment, from the ship. T...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

i I * i r>\ w « * I I a m jt a * * w a s. i s « St % üi X. r - huellas those alte! to make former íplsde- feloaies, which were con- an,tl-orime legislation, but specific checks on crime, adopted tended In the 10 „ toyaía^a of. sentence, with a tiglit- e ka- il pet about the iinal, the gangster, gun- and hold-up man. A significant feature of the anti- crime legislation was the tendency to follow New York's pattern in curbing the activities of habitual criminals and the operations of bands of organizted criminals. A number of states enacted laws comparable to New York's Baumes act, a piece of anti-crime legislation passed in 1626. ít provides a mandatory lite senten- ce for fourth offenders and general- ly tightens up the criminal code. The measures enacted in the 13 states range from Montana's ban- ning the chewing of mescal nuts by Mexican laborers, a practice though: by some to be necessary to certain religious rites, to Oregon's new measure making it unlawful to skin dead stock...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

Tulitt ■ --,—49 24 Wichita 44 >1 Des Moines 38 S4 Denver -87 45 Oklahoma City 32 31 Omaha — 30 40 Amarillo —*—,—31 42 SE VS. BETKE Lincoln, 88 44 ana Apeman W . Have • Fall Together Monday Saturday night's card at the new er Bowl Is expected to draw a crowd, as much interest has manifested in the meeting of Chlch of. Nebraska with Os Dot so n, pampa blacksmith. Dot •Qh Is a strong boy and a, clever wrestler, and claims he cad throw Chltk áother fast match is sot for iiy night at the bowl, when Loo the Oklahoma bulldog, will to throw Dntch Betke, tbe Pan- lle apeman. I*so says he is an £¿lnál trainer of pote, and expects ti have the ap«map eating. out of b¿* band before the evenlug is over Dutch says there never was a bull' Vho could hang <o him long and i with. It. ad preliminaries nro promised Chape and Betke mixed It earlier idVtpé Beason and fans are looking fair the return matoh. Both men «'re supposed to feel a little "mean" about It. "A wrestling ring is no manicuring pa...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

$£$*< -ra AR HO. HO. ll $T.SO 94.00 12.00 1 - 5 00 8.85 1.50 0c > l.as .70 «Of I K CITY P« Month Br Year 70c *8.00 ■ ■m unsolicited nrticUn, manuscripts, |«t and picture* aent to Th« Herald aro at owners risk, and He publishers e* sly repudiate any liability or respond llity for their safe custody or return. The rln be taken, however, to see not ioit or misplaced in this Ü . ,i u*_ PHOKE IS FOR iiiL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PÜBLIO IV ■ -r: É -M A erroneous reflection upon tl e character iMpdloK or reputation of any individual, fiirte, concern or corporation tnat may ar* 'jar in the columns of the Herald, will bo adly corrected when called to the attetion the editor. It it not the intention of 1 newspaper to wrongly use or injure any Idual, firm, cohcern or corporation and ctinns will hé made when warranted aa prominently as was one wrongly published Mference to article. Dangerous Admiration I' ifj § «ra? I -f r" ¿5 -a. Mat Kimes was yesterday on display in Oklahoma, where gre...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

mm A H*\ «.J f«r word. All van «• -'«W (Continued From Page One) MMl H.U.K- eondition; -no«140 lot. with houMB in good Hue Fred liidy. will t-acrif ice. cue block went of Amate* Lumber. ISi-Blp FOIt SA1.K—Team of bornes. W'uight 1450. New wagon aud biirnoss. AUo cpw just tieek glvlttit a ¡ral milk por day. Harry Foltl, Southern I.nmhcr Co. IHtíÜtp. FOB 8ALK—Barber shop. See J. 1>. Rich- M^,on at Oklahoma Barber Slio).: l'j:i WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BÚV—A pair of Mod second hand Kcales. AddreH* M, Borfcer Her- •14. 188-2tp, FOR RENT FOIl RENT—Hotel Midway. Ixoni. furnish ed. Two block a north of depot or Main at wet. Apply nt hotel for leuse. 189-2tp. JvOK RENT—Cottage Camp room $0 week $1 4 y. Shower buthx. ü blocks went, of * ipHtor Supply Oo. 189-3tp. !FOfc ttÉNT—2 room furnished house, light, jfás. city water froe; #7 wk. "Bunga lo^ ' Court" ii blocks south, .'1 blocks west of¿ express office. 199-311>. Ftfft BENT—Apartment $15.90 por month. tyilMjt 4th st. Milrietta Court....

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

Ml' .MM I \ ■■ ' i- fiji m J . -.1 T FORGET to write us a letter on, '• '-11 v'f'í ^ f." ■ ' Jffl' '> * \ '■T-'V'. ' " Why You Would Rather Trade at Stein- m mBM "y-m 75c BROOM IE FIRST 100 PEOPLE MAKING PURCHASES IN OUR STORE SATURDAY berg's." Mail it or bring it or get it here anyway you can before 8 p. m. July 5. $27.50 in Prizes LEMONADE ICE COLD, ALL YOU CAN DRINK ALL DAY SATURDAY. BRING THE FAMILY—A REAL TREAT cas BUSIEST STORE IN THE PANHANDLE THE STORE THAT BROUGHT CITY PRICES -TO THE OIL FIELDS UUIVH! Alt D°y Monday V^lUsCU Prepare PRICES GOOO FOR SATURDAY ONLY Closed Prepare SUGAR With $2.00 Purchase of Other Groceries 10 lbs. for BANANAS Extra Large Yellow Ripe Per Doz. A Hi Fresh Country In Cartons per doz No. 2 Extra Quality All Flavors '*m É • 11 #' i>l MEATS Quejar A isjiiii Cured per lb. Bacon Pork Roast per lb. CAMPBELLS Pork & Beans Tomatoes No. 2 Hand Packed 1W i por lb. / _%P mmrngmmmmmmmmSammmmmsasmasassaaBK M>W, No. 2 Blackberries Bread Pork Chops ...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

itóat F'. v í " * ' r$5*y *z¿ . '; X l •", S !© 1927 tí/ NEA ■ 1 g§l L. ■ ft. TEXil \ , « i^" •": . i'"."' > ¿c.. 1 :•/• r m «w ,Y I, 1927. Lucicn Burmon A thíy near l'rcntiMt' •"illtüj, whistle past them. realties that tjie flood wt i a ráke Knd a ruse to pt •«U of Mt home, Prentts ai wit* ¿hem and Vllak tells him they u*w about to be attacked. /NOW BKUIN8 THE 9TORV / CHAPTER XXVlIt Prentiss glanced at Vllak Jn ( a moment, then suddenly t u arid darted out of the room. TUey heard him mount a flight of stairs, then dart down again. Vllak. despite the other's Kfnce, swiftly began making a suf- Vey of th«) empty chamber, from whose flimsy wal|s great sections of plaster and brick had fallen in such quantities that in many places the moonlight showed brightly. "This room won't do," he mutr. teredí "High-powered bullets wpuld plercÍTit in a hundred places. Let'B look ovef «the house. He flicked out his flashlight. With Klisc and the old man close behind him, he stepped carefully past...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

mPí£ Mi 2fe , I M I I I * Br'.'. I J I II • «■ . W i: 4 < ► i i ' 4 * i > + i ► < < ► < • ► <► « > í ► < * < ► * lili | w | i iPPWW Lh^HI I lp: .: t I '1 §w¡9P?l .'?3íw IHINIIIIIIIIH -" -t /«i . i E> ¡ • ' • «' ! Í >' ■<' ■ MrafosSflL :. ■■ ■.'■-.¿■'WM ■ '■>" | ;Jl*-.,'. i'. —— —- ■^111 r"' -S£9 ■':<v?ÍHííil •- i'|j§i '•'' "•. 'tí ■■" 1 ■■■•• .. 1' r v \ \ H ) /l 1 mm S I I TÍiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiMit(iiMiiiiiiaiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiuiiiii«iiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiT ■ 4 ) ! ./i,. rv; ,¡ j: ¡¡ «► < ► i* «► < ► «► :: * < > «> i « ¡ < = J < ► 4 < « ► i * <► t > 4 < i * ¡: :: 4 ► 4 > 4* i* i * , j: S * FROUCi • • v ¡ > • IIOBlh ! Gibson Motor Company Chevrolet Sales and Service One Block West of Bank PHONE 50 Sponsoring: Boy's Penny Diving Contest. 1st Prize, $2.50 Gold Piece. Borger Townsite Co. A.P. BORGER Sponsoring $10 of the Theatre Revue cash prize • i ¡I ! i i I ! ! i ! i K. C. Store Sponsoring: 60-yd. swim for ...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

íl!, ¡ v. íiW ■ ' f ' ' ^ i • *9HMP* jP' fH'- >§5 ° -J.v « •. ^ r. .. _ _ _ IWtMWtWMWWWWWWWWWWWWtWWWMWMWWWMWVWWHWWWWMMWVWMWWWWWWWWmWtWWWWWWWWWmWWWWWWWWWWW " •• 'K.T ■•- ■■" ?■. fl ' V rv¿ f' j? ■ >- ■ ■ ■ ■'■ fV T'.tjg¿'/ fell 4 l , «miJPPWWHIHWI **5S r fi* * Yj ■nM (SÍ «¡p I í ■ - : .: * . fe* .:?■ , > , > MJK mzf > ¡' <' * t i >' < I :: <► i► i> i* <► < * !¡ ! i SWIMMING CONTESTS 5 ll n 5 J ! ll Ihing Revue at Midnight Slow. EATR E StNORITA" also special musical eitines, noise makers. -!!10.3rd Prize:-Season ticket to its of credit additional on form, beau- he Bathing Beauty and other priz- n y 3, 2:00 P. M. |ger girls. It is not neccessary to enter Apúpete for revue and beauty priz- erue will be given additional points ajtd $16.50 bottle perfume and $8.50 ollow Pool Sunday, July 3, at 2 p. m. !r •Attractions C>ntests for Girls and Men, 'Tug-of-War. idej at Pool Sunday of entire events, which in Borger. ! I M. C. Anderson Drug Co. I A DRUG ST...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 July 1927

I': .'V- isfe m mmt XP> — of í V ,pre-reeiecilon new Angora ata- This is' the first important speech to be broadcast from Turkey and ta honor of tbe event prefects and governors installed radios in public buildings thrc-ighout the laud and private pureluoers multiplied daily. There -are 800 sets iu use. 700 In Constantinople and 100 scattered in Various parts of Anatolia. The government several months [ ftgo granted a radio concession to the Anonymous Turkish Radio com-. pany which rents from the govern-! 5| raent the two stations at Constant!-! npple and Angora. This) company; is run entirely by Turks with Turk- ish capital. Expenses for broad- casting aTe met by the levying of two taxes on radio purchasers—a early tax of flvo dollars on each ra- dio installation and a tax of 25 per cent on the factory price of each eét sold in Turkey. The director, Hainriddiue Bey, a former army officer of 20 years' •wireless experience, decíales that radio is a necessity in Turkey to bind toge...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 July 1927

m m W" :® " J - Bp E w • **-. m \ ——, W¡ 8t Texas—Partly Cloudy. & r m • ÉM-'f 3 ."h-l' '!• ', i / ,! Wkf*- : ' "" •• ••';•••.• . ;.• X* a >FFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OP BORGER, TEXAS ■ /fir. * j w — W ALL DEPARTMENTS VOL. 1—No. 190. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 3, 1927. I «V - r ■ • PRICE Be KIMES DENIES MURDERS * * * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ***** * * * METHODIST BIRTHDAY JUBILEE TODAY * * * * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * MASONS DEDICATE NEW HALL COM TELLS * HISTORY OF TEXAS MASONS ,( New $30,000 Structure Filled With Maioni From All Around Borger DANCE FRIDAY r i BATHING BEAUTIES AND COWPUNCHERS PARABE IN BORGER Attendance Far Exceeds Esti- mates; Formal Dedica- tion Last Night Borger's now $30,000 Masonic hall In Itioni was formally dedicated last night, and the lodge moved In from their temporary lodge rooms. Hundreds of Masons and their la- dies from Borger and surrounding comtnunitias attended. The meeting started promptl...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 July 1927

iswr iroome? An explosion wWch rocked the First Paptiat church and was heard for .Mocks around. Thursday nop <wm merely a -«Waking up of thev B r- ger Lion's Club via the nitro gly- cerin route. It all came about when W. L. Mendenhall, veteran oil field shoot- er pf the Morrlsey Torpedo company, demonstrated an-electric time bomb, Showed Lions that nitro was perfect- ly safe In a glass bottle, and talked en the uses and dangers of high ex- plosives. .And when Mr. Mendenhall, who took his act cooly and juggled the bottles and tubes about in a very, very . careless manner, came to tho climax' of, his demonstration, some- thing went wrong. , There, was a terrific blast. For a moment the air was filled with fire and the - tranquility of the church house .meeting broken by a oirthwes followed the steps of innu- le others of their kind to the ng houses And in money by wise i haps—But some have been made —in small amou Athletics Barred ,;Tat Meridian College FT- WORTH, Texas, July Í—(A ...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 July 1927

Of I k I i I O V I 1 ■ \ V-, . A* •' | 4?t« • | ¡É*'' By Dr. J. E. Nunn V '■ , - INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON FOR JULY 3, 1927 I General Topic: Saul Chosen King. p Scripture Lesson: i Sam. 10:17-25; 11:12-15. 1 Sam. 10:17. And Samuel called the people together junto Jehovah to Mizpah; ■ 18, And he said Untó the children of Israel, Thus saith JehoVah, the God of Israel, I brought up Israel out of Egypt, and I delivered you out of the hand of the Egyptians, and oút of the hand of all the kingdoms that oppressed yoi>: Í9. But ye have this day rejected your God, who him- self asaveth you out of ¿11 your calamities and your distresses; and ye have said unto him, Nay but set a k<ng over us. Now therefore present yourselves before Jehovah by your tribes, and by your thousands. . : 20. So Samuel brought all the tribes of Israel near, and the tribe of Benjamin was taken. 21. And he brought the tribe of Benjamin near by their, families; and the family of the Matrites was taken; an...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 July 1927

IK Month -I®5_ IN ADVANCE *r « mo. 3 mo. 1 mi .17.50 4.00 |2.00 7( 5.00 2.85 1.50 50 1.34 .70 3d city By Year $8.00 rill I, letters and pictures aent to Tlie owners rise, and the publishers expressly re- responsibility for their *afe custody or return, be taken, however, 10 see that they are not in this office. JI522E 13 KOR ALL DEPARTMENTS MOTlCB TO THE PUBLIC r erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation N div1dtt«l, firm, concern or corporation that may appear in the uof the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- the editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections le when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly piib- of article. PRAISING GOD'S TIJUTH:—I will also praise Thee with le psaltery, even Thy truth, O my God; unto Thee will I ig with the harp, O Thou Holy One of Israel. Psalm 71:22. PRAYER:—ü Lord, I delight to declare Thy wondrous rks. ■ i4 le Prop...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x