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

. * ' . "V ,;■! .- ' ■ ; ; .|v'':-:.; ' 7 :> ; ,#J !$£& . ¿PRP 1 •: 1*5 ÜT- ' * ' 1' .... A. ; _ _ •''•T®í i ' / Vs ?■ RttM! two cents pef,Vord per Insertion; three lnWllcfri* for flv« cents per word. All want ads are cuh In *U wince. Will Close Coal Mines, Illinois 1SOM "jtiSsiDENCE LOTS In South Borger Lots 50 by 140 feet t*rlces, #100 to $350—'Terina IMOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgrs. l'hone 1 -0 i FOR SALE CHKAP—Old News; góod (or wrapping purposes. Call at Borger Pally Herald office. 7n tf «wnpapers, at Borger 7! f \ > roh Ñew Hemstitching machine. Héx Í77, Bórger,' 'TeXaft. ' lOG-.'ítp FOR SALF—Two buy horses. ú'eléht 12Í5D lit*! ru or 1 '100 each. Both have Mar in &'; <•* and j Street.- net branded. Webb Brothers burir* "U 7-ntc | l'Qft RKNT—Ttyo roí ui* furnihhed íi2,50 week, One block ek t of Davenport r(íroc-¡ tíry in üunfcnld'w. LC$8lpj TOM KKNT—Furninhed for housekeeping (üHICAfiO, Mttrell 2j).t -( Al\ ) ¡ LfrSCr®m-11 '"<luirf ' « onifort r...

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

i • 5 Ai.'-;. I i Xj ar**«nwH ¡Mm 1 29.—(AP.) i repeating Itself in re the Yankees and Cardinals are renewing series! rivalry that thrlll- baseballdom last fall. Cards won the second t game in a nine-earae se- *# W 4, at St. ^etersitorg on * K. Just as he stppped the ' (heir tracks last fall, so ent Grover Cleveland Al- return to weavé a spell their bats after a poor first ft'ng. ' • TJie Giants had little success against Ernie Wfngard's left-hand- edness at St. Augustine, while the St,.. Louis Browns maltreated the rookie twlrlers to win 12-C. *■ ' ' ____ The Brooklyn Robins went 11 in- ttiugs to tie the Washington Sen- ators, 4 to 4, at Tampa. 0)enn Wright, brilliant Pitts- burgh Pirate shortstop, will be Mack In tho line-up Wednesday Tyhen the Buccaneers open a two- game series with the Detroit Tigers, at San Antonio. Wright was fbrced out of the game recently ■With a sprained hand. ' The Cincinnati Nationals and the Baltimore Internationals will meet for the last time this sprin...

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

. • st i K.. - ■; V ' -*• AND WB8T TEXAS—To-. , i| night and Thursday partly cloudy, , y scattered showers. \ ■ ;í, \== ',,1 =r',fT.rrr;r,: J:— i".'" HBftm JSMmmmm> :'í Iw'' - ... *.■ i V • ' ? mm- OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS ALL DEPARTMENTS * VOL. 1—No. 109 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1927 PRICE 5c I v-IH r It i f ¡ , f T -LS WRONG VALVE AT GAS PLANT: MAY DIE OF INJURII 500 TRAPPED BY PENNSYLVANIA BLAST 0 t V. % :h i Vi r * -a V I v * i ■OOTN OF COAL MINE WRECKED BY EXPLOSION Ehrenfield Shaft Is Scene of Accident Which Entombs Men HURRY TO RESCUE U. S. Bureau of Mines Sends Relief Force to Aid in Tragedy PITTSBURGH, March no. (AIM More than 500 men were entombed by a terrific explosion in the Eli- rpnfeld mine of the • Pennsylvania Coal and Coke corporation this aft- ernoon, according to reports re- * ceived here. The mouth oí the mine was wrecked by the blast, it was said. A Unj'ed Stutes bureau of minas rescue car, stationed...

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

KKSSfóWaSHBl ffir m í m* ' ii-V i si * I" %a mk f. Jr;- I OF N B6 TkCKCBO Pimkto see this — - AMCfTHCR lUOMTH OF QUNN ANO Z VOUX. HONTí/06NEW JOBS VíGN'T J v> AMD t JUST Qcnr ) Twe e*MceuAT(ON.y Süf^e-SorHow'o YOO KWOW3 cr ? r Jüsraor rue oBoeR HEMRV-DO we HftUE AN ORDER. ON Pite FbR 5ooo AAS6S OF (UAQCC /uub? y AYCoft ©1927 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. baülí '«W* March 30, player, who coached the world' Otto WIliaiAs, et-major league base- champlon St. Louis Cardinals last season, again will serve a St. Louis team ¿his year, but this time the Browns and In the capacity of scout Stecher Defends Mat Title Tonight LOS ANGELES, March 30, (AP) Joe Stecher of Nebraska, in a beat two out of three falls match with Nick Lutze, youthful Los Angeles gráppler, will defend his claim to the world's heavyweight wrestling championship here tonight. Jack Reynolds is Victor Over C. Grip WITCH1TA FALLS, Tex, Mar., HO, (AP) Jack Reynolds, welterweight chanuiion, defeated Charley Hrip of Buffalo, at catch w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 March 1927

fm *l- By Williams "oK VA\S-Wó~BE. WA*o Q\X\M %/ A.-ia.UGr,->A5MT rtE., (g| He. WASWEAftlU' A 8E0SÜIT Too.; TteR -roo fHiu X ABSORB 1H' POlSOU • v<i«'o, cooTies;; 0ER1H' MORMlNi; OTME-T OENiisr EUEO UP. UKE ppum ,, rl<wr^ ETMEFW BUNK u. ; ÜKE.. OVERALLS. t member now we buried him right nevr-f -thet 01í4er one vsjho was bit— FER GAD Sake. oonT g( t -TmeT dad Blamed l\lW started -f might t x want" some ff^ «Mfctft m % lww|\\\ tue DlSfuRBlUGr- elémemt. ct.r.wi ipvm RCO. U. S. PAT. Off. • ttf&t BY NtA 9DWICF. ptr\ * if. unne Oust in HERALD r C1927 tv MA Serifirplnc J1" j-'w \ "Eaéier!" t. q. Curtis banged his fist 011 the rlesk. "Clay, after all i've done for you—" "Yea, sir, that's what I mean." Clay Curtis stood his ground. "You htid it easier than i've had—if you wanted to turn yourself into a man. I've been wrapped in eiderdown, stuffed with rich foods, dressed like the Frlhce of Wales, doctored by Specialists, if I had a toe aclie, sént to private schools, promoted fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 March 1927

S* >'K'rh a HMi' U,U)^.X-4;!,.i.M, 7 Spfe* ¥mm si1M souri r i n term for ju urn of s r. of Bkli) for co U further liiw and tied to. >«fnre snld lar term, n, bow •eal of thin the nUSHINO 00. iHWr ,—Xuiifl u Editor - EDITOR'S J*'OTE: This it the third of. a series of four,articles re vealing an amazing rendition in our State Departvtent. BY RODNEY DUTCHER NBA Service Writer or Miattteiw* jato toe •t Burger, Tutu m / OWm Matter. FWiflHÉA Tm Am opiated Prat it ex©l«iively entitled to Um uw for republication of all newt credited to it or not otherwise ! in this paper and aUo the loeal published herein. Y^ASHJNGtON—There are many Vol. 1 No. 8 >\ n . m - n i' •• •VB30RIPT1ON RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCS —ON® YKAB— 1 I ymt mo. JhqriMt J d #juuUí..., 7.ÍO $4.00 ■««ulna Only 6.00 2.85 OWy i. I.S0 l.U BY CABÍUEB IN CITY Par Month 70c to « mo. mo. 2.00 70c 1.50 50c [ All tmeolie ited articles, manbacrfpta, let* tare and pictures sent to The Herald are at the owners risk, and the publinherB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 March 1927

. I i 11 ft* fa | H I A € ¡ i i / i Use If •-•Í. " Herald Iwant Ads For Results *• ■ « a * * R«U :lfwo cents per Word per insertton; three insertion for five cents per word. All want ads are iSJg%dvance. FOR SALE =fc ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS In South Borger Lots 60 by 140 feet Prices, flOO to $050—Terms ISOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgrs. Phone 120 FOR SALE CHEAP—Old Newspapers, pood for wrapping purposes. Cali at Borger Dally Herald office. 76-tf *X>R HALE—Two Day liorBes, weight 1250 or 11100 each. Both have star in tace and not branded. Webb Brothers baru. 107-lltc FOR SALE—Native shade trees. 50 and 75 cents each. Across street west of Tulsa Big and Reel. K. Steagáll. 107 - help Wanted WANTED— boys 12 to 17 to Bell fast selling big proiit article. None out good live rustlers wanted. Apply 1U8 1-2 Dixon Street.—I one Drug Co. 108-2tp situations wanted WANTED—Refined lady wants oppor- tunity to ride to Tujsu. Will share expen- ses. Address V., enre Herald. 109-lltp. POSITI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 30 March 1927

HH mm? 4 M f\ f -•• V ' '■ i y j NEW LÓNDON, Conn,, March 30. (AP.)—A .descendant of a record holding; colonial governor of Con- necticut has a local record as a carrier of mail. Henry C. Winthrop, New Lon- don's postman,, is now retired aft- er 38 years of delivering mail. His several times great grandfath- er,'John Winthrop, retired i« 1696 after 18 years as governor, a rec- ord that has never been exceeded. COLD HENS STUBBORN, NOW HAVE lH'NGAJ/OWS MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark., March 30.— (AP.)—A cold hen is reluc- tant in laying a nice warm egg. But a comfortable lien will do her full duty. So 100 new chicken bungalows are being built in the White River division. John Stinson, agricultural agent, who rides herd on about a million and a half hens in 10 counties, expects his fowls to soon begin earning more than their keep and stretch toward the high egg- laying record which Iowa hens are now crowing over. ei Be Prosperous AUSTIN, Texas, MHj-ch 29.—(AP.} ■—Prosperity in Texan Via. reflected...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

■' . ' • ' *\K • "• *- " : ■ v . - ■ •? ... v .• . -. '■ -y- ,.v ' • r • •- y; av |Mi I ■■P&wjjyl I ' ¿t- y M , " *" ~ —'Tonight partly ; Friday generally fair. 0. J IsSíí'íij n| OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BOROKR, TEXAS via ALL DEPARTMHHTS VOL. i—No. 1J0 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1927 PRICE 5« " BANDIT COMBS TOWN Ü. ' BORGER WOMAN IS SLUGGED V !*« V 5, UNMASKED, ROB PAMPA BANK QUINTET GET $25,000 ADD MAKE ESCAPE Lock Score of Customers and Employes in Bank Vault FLEE IN AUTO Bandits Enter Office With 4. Drawn Pistols After Noon Today PAMPA, March 31.—Klvi- men wen- in the party which looted the First National Hank at 12:30 p. in. today, latest check-up reyeals. The loot, thought at first to total SUS,. OOO, may he nearer $j£5,000. One of the men was called by hi companions "Slim," and another "Wliitey," those in the bank say. What an Eye! PAMPA, March 31.— (AP.) Four well dressed, unmasked men, shortly after noon today, robbed the First N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

;v r i % ;-V 11 If \j; j SANTA FE TO HAVE SHAKE-UP Important Changes to Take Effect on April 1, Is Announced Amarillo, March 30.— Important changes ir. operating officials on the Eastern and the Western lines, grand operating division of tile Santa Fe Railway, take place on April 1st. F. C. Fox, general manager of the Eastern Lines with , headquarters at Topeka since 191G, becomes Assist- ant to the vice-president in charge of operations with headquarters at To- peka. F. A. Lehman, general manager of the Western Lines for six years, succeeds Mr. Fox as general manager of the Eastern Lines with headquart- ers at Topeka. It. H. Allison, assistant general manager of the Eastern District of the Eastern Lines, comes to Amar- illo as general manager of the West- operating districts into which manager of the western district ol' the eastern lines, succeeds Mr. Al- lison. A. Ewing, Superintendent of the New Mexico Division since -!>20 with headquarters at Las Vexas, succeeds Mr. Farley a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

F r~ r"'' • 1 "r ■"By •■ ' . )¡ Y DAILY Í . SS i£^ rl: ■ tf ? I < , " T- /msí GOSH MA, Kin WAP?SH MW&ttF WOU ROB *TVV 'ortiN OFF ! DO. VA "THimK — f 1 U. MOT HAVE: W\ IN AMW CLfcAW 6E.D "THE WAW WOU wash NOUR SELF ! VOU DAne. to OumP Our OF This / pfílfiüiv ¡' V\Ji-N MOTHERS GET GS?AV FROM darkmess to ug-ht J.RVV.'Aiam5 pr.G U 5 PAT OFF 01927 DY flCA SCRVICC INC Tk Bfi ■ h h>J Clnro (iaslin this iias h.\i"I'i;m:i) CI..W < TUTIS, icliíI I*¡i>ti (o COL- FAX I iimi a I'l.viiifj; lii|> l<> \>u Vork «tuns his l'a( tier, THOMAS 1)1 l\"\ corns, i iiiDWii lo every employe of Ij is niiiliilllot li (lepjivt nient •lore its "Old T. Q„" Ik- «ill l'jií tier's ¡ >\ illllKMllK'ill. uu longer remain im«ler hi' roof. He a<llll.'ls t ll.'lt ( LAIIti: l>0 V- N'Klili, ii iriisii'nl coincd.v slar, lins llirown hint over Itern us.- mu- Iiíis learned Uiai I heir marriage Mill moan Clay's disinhei-ilanre. To re- Kain his sell vesper!, Clay declares lie must make hi' own...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

— Kdltoí 'New nnÚB tato üm l'raaa ta exetaaivelj entitled i for republication of all newi :re<llted to it or not otherwtae til paper and alio the local herein. Pi r ÜÍ ¡T 881 IT 1 ION BATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE —ON« YEAB— \J- ' 1 « 1 year mo. mo. mo. Brains and Sanday.- 7.60 $4.00 2.00 70c Craning Only. G.00 2.85 1.50 50c Banday Only ........ 2.50 1.IS .70 80c BY CABBIEB IN CITY Par week < i'er Month B Year 10c 70c «8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuiwripts, let- ters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly repudiates any liability or respon- sibility for their safe custody or return. Tike utmost care will be taken, however, to aaa that they are not loot or misplaced in thk office. . PHONE IS FOE ALL DEPABTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm* concern or corporation that may ap pear in the columns of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

r« fe <& *£ <\SP^ <£>t^ L3> "W v -. A«1ir-y "imiiiii X! milriil III III II k! Bandits Escape in Arkansas Tempest HARRISON, Ark.. March 31.— (AC.)—All all night hunt by a de- tachment of national guardsmen and sheriff's posses through Western Cove, near here, in pursuit of three men who lVbhed the Newton county bank Tuesday of $0,500, failed to land the outlaws. National guard officers, return- ing from the chase today, reported that the men had apparently es- caped from the Cove during a heavy rainstorm. Dreamed of Farm Coffeyville Bank Co-op Over World Susoends Business "Red" Borders Will Be Wed at Dance Hall H. P. Borders, better known as "Red, ' formerly a partner in the Borger dance hall, will he married at 10:30 o'clock tonight at the dance hall, the name of his bride not yet. having been announced. Mr. Bord- aayWJUigfev#',¿the wUL.be or fr of -the dance hall employees. .1 uRt ice of the Peace Webb will per- form the ceremony. Jeff Thompson, proprietor of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

ÜBft " i VL. SI—A NEW YORK, Márcb 3tr-(ÁP) — Hubg Marqáavd, ¿réatest left hauder iu the game fifteen years ago, is uii- able to end his major league career as ho achieved his greatest fame— in the uniform Of a New. York Giant, in 19 straight victories <>ne season for Tlie tail slim southpaw, who turned John MoOraw. has been lold that his arm has lost its'curinlng, his whistl- ing speed ball has slowed to a walk and there is no place for him on the New York Giant stuff this season. The Giants have moved t Chat- tanooga on the first l<yj of the home- ward Journey. * > The revamped outfit Wilbcrt Rob- inson hatched out for Brooklyn un- der the hot sun at Clearwater is on the way home by way of Jackson- ville and New Orleans where exhibi- tions are scheduled. The New York Yankees left St. Petersburg Wednesday for another year because of exhibitions they will be nine days on the homeward trail. The Boston ited Sox, who are in Birmingham, Ala., for a game Thurs- day were cheer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

HHHML... uUr lerm uf the Ju«- m&m l Tlii eld u.t tUe court "i* ...i:'* ...'' ■!i" " ~ ' • Hi 1 J se Borgi int Rates: Two "cub In «trunca, per word per insertion; three insertion (or five cents tits word. ads are on the ¿Mí6 tí couV^^B the illi u tMf iMin bored ^U2 oí, llifilii A. C 1C. Jwose ^ defenda being alleged u* count for storagj^Tud mobile ¡11 1' further coini feiidant, AjáT l<> . iu each ^fek for vioujÉ0ro the weti .. IUy, it it ion . In Lota j 'Prlcaa, FÓR BALE OáüiP—Old Newspapers, mod tor wrapping puri>oaea. Call at Burger Daily Herald office. ifOlt SALE—Native shaúe treei 75 cents eách. Across street west ttjg and Reel. K. Stengftll. NKW DODOE CAR—I will #6tí.54 on any type Dodge Car bought from CtiUuni Motor Co. i ore you buy. ilrs. Smith, Phil NICELY FURNISHED one room apart- ment, well located. Inquire Herald gt <V e block went qf Cal Farley' . "IWtf LEGAIMNOTICES FOR RENT—Two rooms fumlahed $12.50 week. One block east of Davenport (Sroc- ery in Bungal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 March 1927

n m m 5 'W- f* Ü GIVEN AWAY APR] We cannot state how this is to be given away, so SEE STEINBERG'S. WHO WILL WIN? What Your Dollar Will Buy At 1 1 I I ■ 5 7 vds. Cretonne - $1 Í ' ^ $1.49 Silk Chiffon, extra special, yd—$1 6 (3 Yd. Limit to Customer) S $1.50 new Sport Crepe, guaranteed ^ Washable, yd $1 s 3 boxes Kleenex ....... .... ... .$1 Holeproof and Wearplus silk Chiffon Hose ... -$1 5 Buster Brown Outsize Hose $1 J Rayon Teddies and Step-ins, $1.95 ^ values $1 I Children's Dresses, $1.45 values $1 ^ Ladies'Aprons, $1.95 Values $1 I Ladies' Crepe Gowns, $1.59 values ..$1 Boy's Prim Suits $1 Kot«x, 2 boxes $1 4 Yds. Oil Cloth $1 5 Turkish Towels $1 OUND * a1,, rv ' p* niH -trips Trip No.2 to be given away May 25 to the holder of the largest number of coupons from 365 mMMM mm s DOUBLE COUPONS Friday and Saturday Only i-.'v- You may be the one who get the trip to California What Your Dolllar Wiil Buy Specials For Friday and Saturday r vma&wtM. I Peck Potatoes, 2 Cans Peaches'....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 April 1927

< I / * «I i 4 < . ; West Texas: Tonight and Satur- day generally fair, probably fro«t in jj ' Panhandle tonight. MHIrBHttttÉ tj# -■'i. , * ;KSV'*. -i 14o: \ :, .i, e¥r MSSps OFFICIA^ PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS VOL 1—No. Ill ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, "TJXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1927 PRICE TWO BORGER DEPUTY SHERIFFS KILLED lUffiESf VftVTEYMLKEH POLICE SQUADS COMB COUNTRY FOR RAY TERRIL A CAPTURE MAY SOLVE PAMPA BANK ROBBERY Flight of an Army in China wm V-tó It I Identify Three by Photographs as Bank Bandits Before the victorious rush of the Cantonese forces, the armies of North China quickly melted away. Here in pictured tlie flight of a Chink te regiment along the road near Ilangchow. A great liolo where the road was shelled ¡3 shown in the center of the picture. Dobbins Denies He Fought With Rocks! T. Dobbins, held yesterday In connection with a light in front of Field's funeral home, today declared that lie did not make use of any rocks iu the alleged fight....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 April 1927

áí fre glad to le today as it (AP)r-Tl e leave Tampa seetned lm- ■ them to win there. They ' third game 5 to 4 being out. in the ninth. e other hand the Browns thriving on strange pastures y crashed out a victory over Shreveport Texas League team, [l4 to 6, in a game that most mostly ilttlng. The Browns made 14 hits [ while the Shreveport players swat- ted the 'ball 11 times- independen by vote at its W> BH NEW ORLEANS. — Signar de Pinedo wants to learn the black bot- tom, because it. sounds like black shirts. CHICAGO, April 1—(AP)—Rain spoiled thihgs for the Cubs yester- day at Dallas, preventing them £rom getting in a good pructice with the Steers and also trying out a new line-up. The White Sox were favored with I fair weather at Shreveport, and they «fetched the St. Louis Browns wham tíi¡¿ Shreveport trial horses over the lot. A farewell four game series starts today between Sox and Shreveport. WASHINGTON, April 1 The Senators began making plans to- day to move northward from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 April 1927

IfM® s «K# •' wP -fr.-, ■. w:: * m I,'.I 1I."1 'L' • -i mimm THE BORGER DAILY HERALD '$ One Thing: the Flappers Absolutely Refuse to Economize On 1 } ' ZCC/JOfttf-lfrfiFs TfteSIuFF'Vie G<5\Ta cofvom ON El/EM//^ 1H£T IS-/AM — Bur silk srocm&s ^ y \\ -f. Laredo Law Oo.otMi.Ouo-fool ; Kttsser wuk l)i ouKit i in by O. Mad-1 dux recently. Canada to Mexico by way of Liberal ! and'Wichita Is another bin asset.1 Potter ami Hutchinson counties are already* maklfly; plans to hard-stir- j ; facts tins highway through that area' | and the Rock Island bridKe across ¡ I the Canadian river will serve both! renovated soon as a railroad bridge and a highway I ¡ bridge allowing Uie highway to par-' a'lei the railroad. j ¡n and cUieken sales; I ' - i:obki routed oon. in cream production and cent in turkeys over last corded here. Alpine Mitchell-iiillet I company, re-roofing building; interior to be, tidinburg potatoes A'ore cently. ¡Jli.OOO pounds shipped from b< i Irish * ' ¡g? • J Auy plac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 1 April 1927

/ £ • is "i Except 8a tur day. and br r-WARUEN PUBLISHING 00. ROE Mana gat \UFIELD 4 Managiiig Editor ; T, tlon peudlus (or admittance lato the State Mail at Borgar, Texal a* Clan Hatter. #? ; « The Associated Press is exclusively entitled CU tbe «se (or republication of all news dispatches credited to' it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local ■ news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN •" ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— - 16(1 year too. mo. mo. leaning and Sunday....97.60 $4.00 2.00 70c Kvening Only. 5.00 2.85 1.50 60c Bnnday Only 2.50 1.85 .70 80c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per week Per Month B Year 20c 70c (8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts. Ict- ... tars and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly repudiates any liability or respon- sibility for their safe custody or return. Tbe utmost care will be taken, however, to Me that tbey are not lost or misplaced in this office. •*. ■**<* PHONE 18 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS &...

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