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

y";'' t í Wsm itffl 4Í« ><?í ;y.«V H t&ftk B* VIC WAGNER & ,, We Joined the CoWlfoys Reunion Yesterday and won the prize for doing the bést riding in the parade- was awarded when the iscovered' this person was de that high paint horse ail the way from tsom I o the ball park without falling off, say noth- ing of dodging bullets and auto- mobiles. The best thing of the whole blam- ed cielebration was the bathing beauty show at the theatre last night, according to the opinion of several, Including ours. And it took the whole Herald staff, the ad- vertising department, the mechan- ical force and even the boss, him- uelf, to review it all. Witfi two wrestling matches going on in two different places Monday night, it ought to bo an in- teresting tussle. Wish we had two sets of eyes to cover both affairs at once. They had a toot race at the ball park yesterday afternoon when the I Pacers outran the Erlck Hedlegs. Following are some sidelights (.aught from the pj-ess box: The ...

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

sí i i I (■MOMA ' « Mk"T <■ -im*w ■ V ri-r'"^!' '•" •' ■' ■ ¿i¡<! -aií; ■' - 1" i.,1#W * «-*<«■ . *f';' ■. ■ v. ' • • >•:- "W «oar 3Kn . J . ourth (AP) Fireworks, oratory will constitute versity's July Fourth , to be held la the mem- urn here, Dr. M. H. Gutacm of arrangements announce. State Collects Wage f. Claims for Workmen •** ' ¿AUSTIN. Texas, July 2—(AP) — Wage claims at Texas workman to- filing $25,053 have been collected hy the state department of labor tflnce February l, Charles MeKeray. commissioner, said today. The department worked under the authority of the semi-monthly pay day day law iu aiding workmen Who were creditors oí their employ- the game with a total of eight. "Grandpa*" Douglass, catching for Erlck, drove in four runs in the two frames with hlg two-bagger bat, winning the greatest applause of the day. Ruth tripled, Red Qober slammed a home run, Stockman doubled N'ar- rlen hit for two bases and Under- wood doubed to bring in five runs iu a fifth in...

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

«dgfri w. attfrfeitáMKCiiai U3HHms(Hi) ¡v«$V ¿31/ IMS 9fia (I) i a' >* K¿M fe— BrSh ptnucáfioH, crtt •.'*« 'ir# *«• ALL DEPARTMENTS * VOL. 1—No. 190. BO PRESS JULY 3, 1927. PRICE Hymn Sung in Chinese at Party Friday afternoon members of the Sunshine class ot tilo Baptist cliurch were given a party by their teach- er, Mrs. H. L. Wyne. at her homo on Harvéy street. An usual feature in the entertainment was the hymn "Bringing in the Sheaves," which, was sung in Chinese by Miases Elerte find Ramsey Myron. Miss' Souia Ir- vine gave a reading. After a* num- ber of gann's had been played re- freshments of lee cream and cake were served to Mis Addie II. TVood, Miss I'aijsy Myres, Miss Honia Ir- vine, Miss Helen Henery. Miás Vicn Hendry, Miss Marjoric EdWaMs, Miss Eunice Wilson', MTs. ' Moore',' Mrs! Crowson, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Wyne. ! Bridge Party at Kennedy Home Bridge Party at the Stiffler Home Mrs. M. 3. Stiffler and Mrs. Ste- ven Hicks entertained their friends at a bridge party at...

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

I -5 s I •i i 81 th pi m tv b< th le w fi G si ID d< S' oi « la C ei tt t( r "¡en ,Jw?M SHE :;V ■ m v ^ ' rHK S'l'OHV L XXIX, "Work 1 2 T— few feet back attacker be ' ' ' V*U,. «nwMi mmmm é 1^ • CHAPTER Vilak turned bis blackened face from his rifle an instant, shot a ®® stance at the chemist, squeezed liis ■¿ shoulder affectionately. "Hard luck Nanny," he said cheerily. for ou, Elise." w* He swung ills head back to his W rifle and began to redouble the rate " oí his already fapid fire. "Cheer up. (Nanny, deeded Another wounded man to keep me company. You ■with your arm and I with the wrist I got the other night will go arouu.1 r singing with a grind-organ after v.: T get out of this. Make more thai ¿ way than you do with chemistry." Elise had hastened forward to ex- umine the wound. Nunnall.v tried to prevent her. "No . , . er , , . No," he stammered. "It isn't . . . á' anything . . . Just a scratch . . . & A splinter of steel . a . . . «'r a ... splinter- Fix it myself ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 July 1927

DAILY ¡mj£ '9# wm Ule Borger Daityjferald Want Ada For Results It l * Two cents $•* 1114 IK lassrtloni tkm linrtlim for fir* end por word. All vast Ma wro [ «akta mtmco. K-: '..t't: : .vfjt \ > k • • • • . ... . •' POR SALE WAíPTED—-Nice Big clean rage. We pay 6c per opiind. Herald Office. ' 17:i-tf I'OR 8ALK—50x140 lot with- house in ¡(«nd condition; will «ucrifioK See Fred Hidv one black w«it of Aras let Lutnliur. Co. • ' ' ' 188 3tp. FOR SALE—Tedm of home*. Weight 1150. -New wagón and liarnos . Also cow iust fraah giving 3 g l milk per day. Harry i out, Soiltneru Lumber Co. 18a:itp. FOR RENT FoK™UENT- ^Ony? thru o room Iiuuhc furnish- Ad Jiglitk and ir«s. One block went BnptUl rlmrch ou north «¡de of struct. See II. Jones,... Phone .'J41 10u-a'tii I*O'ft KKNT-—Holol Midway, 'Isum, funiixh- fid. T\vo block* north of (Jepot or Maiu street. Apply at hotel for loase. 1NÍ 'Jtp. FOR RKHTu*-CoMoffe Camp room $6 Ave ok $1 any. Shower baths. y blocks west of Dempster tioppiy Co. 189-Ti...

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

Mm 111 , - i * tf ri MERI •lit ■ - A uniform has been popular with Commander R. E. Byrd, Jr., since fcis youth. A continuity of his life in pictures shows that when a little more than 13 years old he had a hankering for the hrass buttons of his home town fire department. The Polar flier of the future is shown at the age of eight >ears (left) in Inen and buckled'slippers. When he was 13 years old he became a member of the Rous Fire company of Winchester, Va., shown here as the smaller figure on the seat of the steamer. At IS years he was a cadet-student at the Virgin** Military Academy, Lexington, Va. (second from left). Years later from that same institute he received the degree of civil engineer. At that time, in June, 1927, he appeared as shown in white uniform and cap. The Commander was proud of his mid- shipman's uniform, his erect stature and square-strapped shoulders would indicate. This picture was taken while at the U. S. Naval Acaditmy. As he appears today in one of his ...

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

'■/ ; i' V ora* of TOZAS mí* tf'"' fitt Ir V<''lí3 1 >■•".: tW ■i- Pa ■1 Mi "K9j P1 BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1927. . < P¿; * * * * * * * * * > }\ uiiB ****** * _ . ' '■ ¿i'm §' ¿9 ****** ****** V * * * * * * * * * *. * ¥?& * • EK SLAYERS OF FAMILY OF i o Ai ■ - -i w*m ■ ; :'<5 * iV/ f J i %!- sM ) ¡i 'ém. fe' imu BORGER MEN \ *11 MCE MI KEN HI6HNAV Blalock and Chmicker Take First and Second ¡n Big Event WÁS GLORIOUS Large Crowds Attend All the Celebrations Sunday and Monday Witji large crowds in attendance at each event, Borger's Glorious Fourth celebraton Sunday and Mon- day (tuUnded ball gamex, rodeen, crtn- testsl, auto pates, Wrestling matches, dances and many other items which were included in ,the Ameriaau Le- gion program. Driving a Buic.k standard roadster, ??-.WdWitr Of Horner won first place in the automobile races which took placo on the highway between Panhandle and fioiger Monday nf- ternoon. He drove the distance oí' about 50 miles in 04 minut...

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

i -Ada :! | ¡Bf • 15 ,'■ -r\ ' - -• Jj Cefcstial S< e andWiig Nyi Vee.i iat Wesleykn College. tiine its _ ,;Í e0rWÍ School See Vole Por mm Country '■! SHORTER KIMONAS They Wear Bobbed Hair, But Haven't Taken tó U. S. Clothes * ■. _____ MACÓN, Ga.—(AP)—The success of General Chiang of the conaftrva- tivé nationalist wing in China wll! hasten the participation of women in Chinese government, believe Ling Nyi Vee and Ada Lee, students at Wesleyan College here. Ling? Nyi Vee is the daughter of Z. S. Veei formerly adviser to Pres- ident Yuan. Both girls believe Chi- nese women still are unprepared for politics, although the country's at- titude has been influenced by west- ern civilization. "What China really needs," said Ada Lee, "is less politics and more edueatioh." When they return to. China both Is will teach and do feóciál and religious "WotK. Neither of their fathers is a Christian, but each gave permission to. his daughter to cothó to America tó study and to choose her oflm re...

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

m , - ■ t ••"•'I i ■%K i'S m*- B i- • • * '* I , ■■'k m '*■ * ÍSfc; fitas* /w M : *>*. m KÜ 8: •• < -•■ min ■if:** ■w- rr¡"iF; má$m mw 'í.i :-li i&P P$¡ mu fit a jííí r .fWRB . /','y, ,' i ¿fe ' "!'1 , 'MÁ <&£ 1 *••• lili > 5 m •* >« *■ S3* Here you have Jack Dempsey arriving at. White Sinlpliur Springs, X.. Y., to finish training for his battle with Jacsk Sharkey at Now York ío decido; who is to cross gloves wkli Tunney tor the heavy- weight title in the fail. With the ex-chanip «came 3iis wife, Bstelle Taylor Cleft i. They were met :by Thom Luther and his family, proprietor of tlte White Sulphur/Springs hotel whore the Demp- sey camp was established. . . >.* Brought to the Herald by the fastest service ever accorded a news photograph, this picture shows Lieutenant Lester Maitland (left) and Lieutenant Alfred S. Hegenberger just after they had landed in Honolulu at the end of their record-breaking 2400-mile flight from San Francisco. The picture was taken ...

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

-ú . to Tfco Horald sro . nd the publisher x n any liability or respond * custody or return. The j taken, however, to IBS lost or miiplaced in thii LL DEPAKTJH5NT8 l fl cticn upon the character SB™ 51 F %«! P!J|6jPi';VR in the colnmns'of the Herald, will lid he cht ■■ ation of uny -individual, U concetn or corporation that may [> idly corrected when called to the nttotum tie editar. It is not the intention oí a aewipafier to viTOnfly u«e or injure any livldual, firm, concern or corporation and TKlioni .will be made when warranted ■ prominently as was One wrongly published ac ta article. THE «LORY OF GOD: eased be the Lord God, the od of Israel, who only doeth wondrous things. And blessed be His glurious name for ever; and let-the whole earth be filled with Hs glory. Psalm 72:18 Is). PRAYER: O Lord God, all kings shall fall down before Thee. All nations shall serve Thee. 'A Sane Fourth "Wild ' and wooly" Borger had a three days Fourth of July celebration without a se- rious fight ...

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

í Y r k I • -'1 ''i* iy ■¿,tv Hil l I esut tu voN pa iDurtloDi ture* mrnmmmmé* rtton for lira Hill P*r «Wf. All vast «4 in á Team #f Vi'üKiTi > «leen rag*. We pay Tic UUice. 17Htf Weight 1450. New wagon and tinrneRH. Also cow juot fieeb giving íi gal milk per iluy. Hnrry "••Hmiínrtn Liimt)«r CJo. " *° " " Fclt . 18'J :itp. lO ftfAfcfi— Fnr<i Coup , '2!l model. Moto- block weal of Fraser liotel, iHiiin. 191 íltp, good, rubber luir, looks l)H<I. A good out) for the shape it's *in. Sen Cosby or Wright at Horuld office. lHl-ütp. POR RENT FOR RF.NT—Pnrr.lithpd or unfurnished npt. AI so cozy furnished t-vvo room house. One FOR RKNT—One three room house furnish- ed lights and gas. one block treat Hnptlst churcn on north side of street. See R. J. Jones, Phoh 241 190 3tp FOR RF.NT—Hotel Midway. Isom, furnish- ed. Two -blocks north of depot or Main street. Apply at hotel for lease. 189-ütp. FOR RÜNT—^Coitage (Jamp room ¥« week $1 dny. Shower baihs. -1 blocks west of Detnpster Supply ...

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

through the Kates of the ball Monday to' witness the cele- game. gpectators jam mea idstaud beyond capacity and out Into the field where _ room was all that was avail - ^ ; ; ¿ A high wind that battled with a mid-summer sun lor control of the game apparently had little effect on the players or the crowd. Sever- al slight waifs were had during the highest wind, which lc-fred a thick cloud of dust oyer the park and made Coming back after receiving their first drubbing1 of the year on Sunday When they lost by an overwhelming score, the Pacers played beautiful baseball Monday afternoon to claim we better end of the three day ser- ies. Borger Opened the game by scoring runs the first inning. Stock- i's heavy stick drove in Hlnef febd Ruth who had made bases with clean hits. Another run «as scored In the second frame when Narrien, on base with a walk, stole second and third bases and then stole home. The fifth inning saw a complete merry-go-round when the Pacers let go'the fire works in g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 July 1927

i > jj I V ) $y '. * ■• a$ >'•.-'* "• * • •" ■ ' •'•-•"^ • 0: ■ s ' V'- ■' '■ •••- ■ . . '-'ivM i ' \SAC-V ' •' .... ILmii ."^ ■ i$£ TKXAS WBATBSR WEST TEXAS.—Generally fnlr. *|f - ■ # -i M;* ■-.->5-;ífí if' rv^fl ♦ JFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS ALL DEPARTMENTS VOL. 1—No. 192. ii [in 1 1 ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY JULY 6, 1927. PRICE Be uw S4000FRE * * * * * * # * * ****** ****** * * * * * * ****** * * * * * * * * * ALANREED SLAYERS IN BORGER, IS REPORT TO POLICE MIHMEKIIS OF WEATHEIBETO MY BE NEAR Chevrolet and 6 Well Dressed Negroes Passed Through Borger FOLLOW THE TIP Smiles at Death Local Police, Advised of Clue, Look for Blacks in Darktown Border police are wording 011 a U]> that til negroes auapoelcd of murdering Frank Weatherby, Mrs. Weatherby. and their two children at Alanreed are in this vicinity. It. was reported to them today that a new Chevrolet, in which about hix well-dressed negroes wore riding, was seen hero last week. Weathe...

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

■ i « 4 'i TBAE MO. MO. MO. $7.50 $4.00 $2.00 70c 5.00 3.85 1.60 60c .-2.50 1.35 .70 30c ■ CARRIER IN CITY Per Month By Ye ;i% , $8.0Q ■olieited. artieWs, m*m) ci:ipts, let- pictures sent te TMf Herald aro t owners risk, and the puJiUfherji ex- ily' repudiate any liability or reaponai- for their safe custody or return. The i care will be taken, however, t« see are not lost or misplaced in this PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS KOTIOE TO THE PBBL10 Any erroneous reflection upon tbe charac'or standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ap- pear in the columna o;' the Herald, will bo gladly corrected when called to* the attetion oí the editor. It is not the Intention o I this newspaper to wrongly use or injure any Individual, íirm, concern or corporation and correction will be made when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly published ••ference to article. GOD MY STRENGTH My flesh and my heart fail- eth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my po...

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

á-IPfef .1 . . r#l «4*-; 1 i / I A Use Borger Dally Herald Want Adi For Results 'mmmmÉTB/3RT"B"mmmm ^ -y ' ' ¿ « la Idñm^?U ** f ^ |WWW#W Üpwttbn Cor ftw etnt per word. All vast «fli in '• i m POR SALE I'OIt SÁLli—Extremely low price on ac •. .■«orie* í r the Ford oar. Hutchinson County Mytor Co.* 192-3tc. KOH SALK—Special sulo on HP.ce oio#l*H for tho Fwd car. Hutchinson County Motor Co. J92-0tc. FOH HAhlf Oil TUADE—rlteslautrunl bt| ld< h. Will take car. «Sanford, Te.<. in if ami ilxiure*. opposite liluckey Ka«t Pilling stut ion. 192-aip. FOR SALK—Furniture chrtip. fought new Ifixl loll kooii. "-'lid house' south Mnrland main tump. for 2 room Louse Novmiber Mus* Hob in h «tore 10Uf2tp. WANTJSD—Nice Big clean rag . We pay 5c per opund, Herald Office. | ,hltytt FOU KALFÍ—Ford Coupe. '2') model. Motor good, rubber fair, look bad, A . good • in1 for tho shape it's in. .See Cosby or "Wright ill Herald office. 191-iltp. OIL NEWS OIL EDITQR—IRENE IRVINE—Address Borger Daily Herald,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 July 1927

i ■ • Borger's tí First "M SYSTEM"j THURSDAY, JULY 7th—Main Street, Ópppsite Post Office I mm: '&# m m I I WE ARE HERE AT LAST—ONE OF A CHAIN OF GROCERY STORES WHICH OPERATE OVER ALL THE SOUTHWEST. IN EVERY TOWN WE PICK THE BEST LOCATION. OUR BUILDING AND FIXTURES ARE ALWAYS MODERN, UP-TO-DATE, AND WELL ARRANGED. OUR STOCK OF GOODS IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE. WE GIVE YOU THE ADVANTAGE OF A BUY- ING POWER EQUALLED BY FEW AND WE CAN SERVE YOU BETTER THAN YOU HAVE BEEN SERVED BEFORE IN BORGER. i Í !- VISIT US TO-MORROW—EVEN THOUGH YOU MAKE NO PUR- CHASE WE WANT YOU TO SEE OUR STORE, TO NOTE THE CLEAN APPEARANCE THROUGHOUT, THE SPECIAL £ U I L T FIXTURES, THE COMPLETE ROWS OF SHELVING, THE STOCK OF NEW GOODS< YOU WILL APPRECIATE SUCH A PLACE. AND AFTER YOU HAVE VISITED US, BEGIN TO COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. YOU WILL FIND THAT WE CATER AL- WAYS TO LOW PRICES AND HIGH QUALITY GROCERIES, A POLICY UPON WHICH WE ARE BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE. 5 i HULA All m MUILEHEABER 'SA s Lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 July 1927

•. >'V • ... ■ , • ,n * V%j , J fl V I , iÉftü, ■££ , t>vü ; v - . , 5.n .V & L-ij v . . ;.;v . " ; • . . - ■mfm jt m «/• «■ ' ffr & M >, ti i ii ;, OCIATED PRESS IFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OP BOBQER, WtXii BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1927 mmmm PRICE ASBANK BANDrTS ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * H* H* H* ^ ^ ^ * * ♦ BOOZE, ARSON, KEEP COPS BUSY Constable Sends Prisoners to U. S. Court After Three Gallon Haul SEEK NEGROES Police Continue Probe of Fire v and Chase of Alanreed Suspects Police today were continuing an investigation of the $4,000 fire which destroyed three frame buildlnes at 112. 114 and' 116 Johnson (Dixon ('reek) street Tuesday night. In the meantime other police ac- tivity was light with - but few ar iests last night or today. According to .Chief Cr,abtree, no definite results have yet been ob- tained throngt, the fire probe, al- though every effort was being spent to investigate the cause of the fire. A can which had contained coal oil was fou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 July 1927

•ÍMI emitted ATES I si'-W-1--', : . ttx MAIL IN CK VBA R— X « 8 YEAR MO. MO. 97.50 $4.U0 *200 fl.OO 2.65 1.50 2.50 1.35 .70 CARRIER IN CITY Per Month By Tear 70c S6.00 1 Mi - 70c 50c 80c ■rticUa, manuscripts, let- . ures sent to The Herald are sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- repudiates any liability or reaponsi- . urcnr. .■ -jw . . VTh presaly r#pi M| Dllity for their safe custody or return, utmost care will be taken, however, to see they are not lost or misplaced in this PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOVIOS TO '{HB PUBLIC Any erroneous reflecticn upon the character standing or reputation ut any individual, linn, concern or corporation that may K>- pear in the columns oi' the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the attetion of the editor.' It is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly usa or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation and -corrections will be piade wheu warranted ka prominently as was one wrongly published •éíerence to articl...

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

. • Ka * «aaffwiiw *wj«&j! ^«hwíqiv nr. í '-; KfP |apK ;i # i i - i t # \ t * v (i I r vrj¡ Uce Borger Daily Herald Want Ada For Results :*., i'S.jh ; Rstss: Two e u pw word p«r iBMrtMftt Utm lOMrtloa tor fin otnts per word. All w t *4* *n la adrsncs. FOR SALE >OU HALE—To highest, bidder, Methodint tttbernaclH ncroan from Borger llerald. See iiev, Curtir at Methodist church. l#3ÍHp. i'ÜK HALK—Extremely low price cijn ac- (.eanories for the Kord ca$ Hutcttihanft Óottiity Motur Co. 192-ÍHc. FOR SAhK—Special «ale 011 Hccessorlea for the Kord cur. HutehiuBon County- Motor m-3tc* Co. FC*K SA l*K OR TRADE—Kestaurunt build- ing.umi lixturea. Will take car. Hapforu. Tex. opp'ohitH tilackey East Fllljug station. 192-litp. FOB SALE—Furniture for 2 room houafc cheap, tiotight new last November. Must, sell soon. 2nd house south Robins store Marlaud main camp. 192>tp. WANTED—Nice Big clean rags. We pay 5c per opund. Herald Office. 173-tf FOR «ALE—Iford fcoiipe, '23 model. " fct'otor go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 7 July 1927

ould Do Awáy With Hi ardous Use ot Gasoline 1 0 AB —-5 — t rf 2 5 ss 4 ps —1 íiftñTlf'IIi m; p í—-4 e R 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 27 11 H'fO A 1 2 8' 4 2 0 2 1 0 6 2 3 2 1 ft 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 ■ TOTAL -141 C 8 25 ¿ 5 ne run, Narrien. Two base hita Í, Robertson, Sellara. Double Rrith to Hlnes to Robertson; to Aired to Duncan. Bases on off Fuller, 1; off Williams, 4 bk out by Fuller, 11; by Wll- s, 6. Umpire: Robertson, by Innings: tGER 221 OOO 001—6 tMAN 001 000 301—5 ...ETIAN. ARDÉNA SKIN TON- Tonea. firms and clarifies the A gentle bleach and astringent f2, |3.75. Fields Drue Store. STT Assist Dikes in Flood Amelioration Explaining that forests cannot substituted for the engineering actures upon which main re- liance must be placed for control- ling heavy flood discharges, Col. W. B. Greeley, chief of the United States Forest Service, advocates conservation of woodland as an aid to 'amelioration of flood condition. "No change in our use" of land surface," h£ advise.), "can prevent large ...

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