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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 July 1927

y.: i,; .1 ? BORGEll, TEXAS, FRIDAY.*1 JULY g',1927 I v; I ;• / I tí . r, ;,i.,' i I1 " 11 • mmítiÉá^í * * * # ♦ * ¥ ¥ T m tm¡( i * ¥ ¥ ♦ ¥ ¥ ¥ «. « ¥ « ¥ ¥ ¥. * ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥, ¥ « ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥. ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ WALKER TRIAL JULY 20 / \ l> • -f ' ■rumiem lew TO HOLD T Goodwin Head Borger Com ; merci&l Club for Civic Progresa baptist"church Plato's Laid for SO at First Gathering of New Organization The Borger Commercial club, a new civic and business organization, will hold its initial meeting at noon tomorrow at the Baptist chufrch. Plates havo been laid for BO, but all Border business men and othere interested are invited to attend, ac- cording to O. C. Goodwin, presi- dent. A small charge will be made to cover the coat of the meal. ' The purpose of the new club, ac- cording to Mr. Goodwin, will be to discuss at regular WedrifcSSay noon meetings, and to carry - out through committees, plans for tr.o gtraeml civic and business develop- ment o* Borger and surrounding ter- ritory. "The org...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 July 1927

'-.S-i wyers Meet at Houston; Leárn How "Justice Is Defeated" HOUSfON, Texas - The Iftw'8 delays, whic.h it Is charged are tfeating the ends of justice, can eliminated only by. "trusting the legislature with creating the sub- stantive law and trusting the Judi- ciary with administering this law" T. Whitfield Davidson of Dallas, de- clared here today in his annual ad- dress as president ol' the Texas Bar Association. Mr. Davidson, wno-formerly was lieutenant governor and recently moved from Marshall to Dallas, seór- td the cumbersome legal machinery which has grown up in this coun- try, compared the interminable de- lays of American with the speed and efficiency of English courts, alid set forth specific recommendations for Improving the situation. His was one of the must important speeches before the convention. "We need one trial and one re- view," he said. "Intermediate courts should be eliminated. Recent Vbservations. however, convinces me that while this is to be desired, it is ...

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

w f- ? m '[ i ¡ • "• \'W ^ -4> FftlDAY, JULY 8, 1*027. in ifri '' THE EORGER DAILY HERALD AN01HER PffiGLY WBGLY No. 2 OPENING Saturday, JULY 9th FORMER LOCATION GOWLAND'S GROCERY AND MARKET i\d tk w£ 0; To the oner guessing the closest u> the number of jbéonie going through the turn- stile at No.;2 Slore will\get: First!?™ Second rnze > Third Prize 7.50 2 JO •There are nd strings to this ofrer. All you have to do i < come to our No. 2 Store arc! register your guess. '**'« u nre no- obligated to buy. Come Be Our Guest "What difference does it make to me, this new Pigglv Wiggly Store?1' Mrs. Housewife asks, -unthinkingly. IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO every housewife in the country when a new Piggly Wiggly opens its doors. Pi;.;gly Wggly stores are successfully serving a large portion of the country and are striving to continually do so in an efficient and economical manner we could not continue to open store after store if we did not. It means more selling power—more buyin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 July 1927

mm ■ , ' X V : * ■ :'!V O. f raiDAY/mv ,m< Mém¡¡i£aaKáí¿*c Teii is w.: clan matter . the post of- uftder the act lated Pr««lU «xclutÍTely entitled ( lor rijpttbli'Uior. o< all new _ credited to It o* out otbtrwla* M to thii paper Ad alao the local piiblitl^d wtfe. StmafRlPTION RATES BY MAIL IN AbVÁÍW^i.jf ' —ONE YEAR— 10 3 TEAK MO. MO. tealnc and Sun. *7.r,0 $4.00 12.00 ♦ Mint Only 5.00 2.S5 1.50 uaday Only -..——2.50 1.H5 .70 ST CARRIER IN 0ITT Par Veek Per Montli By Year 20o 70c 18.00 All unsolicited article*, manuscript#, lit- ra and pictures sent to The Herald uro lit owners ri*W, and the publishers eK- ressly repudiates any liability or responsi- bility for their safe custody or return. The ilia oat rare will be taken, however, to see K t tkay are not loat or misplaced in this ytflce. 13 FOR AI.Ii DEPARTMENTS ■■>"'7 in Borger WHU ¥ A ,m^ ^ Burmon PHONE NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Jkar erroneous reflection upon the character branding or reputation ot any individual, firai, conc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 July 1927

Mm I nüxi'¿lM)¿¡¡¡t*jÁ ' f] W^: '' ' . ¿ipffl vJA. ■ <■ . ó¡, yg Ib ••< >,i '--V - ' «, ... . ... .<« *, '' ,'"-;""'É < Jjt.i ¿ tí- *;'; Eílfr ::r; sfpVH ■ ^ gHf! v., sk¿ "s: .fP { s -f t , i, A ¡¿'■■Ni c 31'-^^ í ■ ¡i TI 4ftA ÍT-WtV Just Across Street From Post Office [* (/VT; ' '• ' . * 's First "M" System Store Now Open ;rf ' $|É\ . Prices Have Been Slashed Regardless of Profits and Values Listed Below Offer You a REAL BUYING OPPORTUNITY Free! LOAF OF BUTTERNUT BREAD WITH EACH PURCHASE SATURDAY, July 9th t system Is the largest retailer of Groceries and Meats in Western Texas. . . •' , i i t MU99 m" system Has over five hundred stores between 2L .#? the Cai*olinas and Colorado. i " <4 ftll ¡t ' 4 > * fc «•'« ' n i m *. — -• ■- m" system Goods are always fresh, a continuous stream of new goods coming into the shelves all the time. system Is a price maker and not a price fol- lower. 'v' system J f' Has a plainly marked price tag on every item, easy to read and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 July 1927

I fll ■PffPli , were Dobbins ft erment was in Borger. ARDEN A SKIN TON I. firms and clarifies the stle bleach and. astringent l;7S. Fields Drug Store STT ü Yesterday's Results -=& Amarillo 9; Tulsa 12. Wichita 9; Oklahoma City 2. -í?ÍÍ0nly games scheduled. —-—■— National League ÉSt. Louis 12; Boston 1. .Brooklyn S; New York 2. Chicago 2; Pittsburgh 1. Cincinnati 11; Philadelphia 4. American League Detroit 9; St. Louis 6. " I® Only one game scheduled. Texas League iWichita Falls 12; Dalas 9. • '" Houston 3; San Antonio 5. Fort Worth 4; Shreveport 2. Waco 8-4; Beaumont 4-6. jtM ,, SANFORD DISTRICT * 4 x- ■ - The Phillips Petroleum company at Eagle No. 1, section 86, block 46, H. & T. C. survey, a direct west offset ;to their Mudget No. 1, and ■it recent new location is reported shut down at 6D0 feet. The McMillan Sanford No. 1. which caught fire sevral days ago lit Waiting for the shot to'Te extin- guished today or tomorrow. ..040 TANK CARS FROM BORGER IX 7 DAYS i a According ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 8 July 1927

K/ \ i O i SAMS—rfípcciai «ule un aCccaaórica for e Fold car. Hutchlnaun County Motor 192-3U-. ,flALE OR TRAiíK—Heataurút build- aíid fixtures. Will tako ear. Hanlord, Tcx. >UHite Hlaekey East Filling atatiim. £us-Dti>; ED—Nice Big <lean ri;i. Wa pajr Be opnnd. Herald Qffiue. 173-tf SALE—Che i one registered pit bull íkirHer. Male. Money-back guarantee to any dog living. JÍ interested inquire ■t;'.Gibson michine >1 before Saturday night. máehine i-hup on l>l*on street • 194-ltp. SALE—Practitally new Underwood Writer. See .loe Boder at John Kraker Phone (10. 194-itp. SALE—Completely, furniahod |i<Aia« lot near high Hchool. - Hood location, tiaefifice. See Joe Boder at John Kraker aloft. Phone 00.- 104-ltp. r jr i -líi.i, i. ; V i i' ' "i" FOB SALE—$125 iVurroughs adding ma chine nearly now; 175. also check pro- twtor at bargain. See willlama at HersUt 194-tfflt' i Hi > fourth in which five runs were pat '"r _ ;;'3p * jj ' McClelfan and Fuller scored aC'er Shaw si...

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

BP il p;.'. ■'"•'v- IIp.-e (ESSl ■ Building— Border (Isom) Weather SPECIALS One Solid Carload Extra Large Texas Red Ripe MronS Each 39c These are the Best of the Season ■v Kaufman's KUtter Best Creamery lb. 43c M." Pure Cane JUgar 100 lb. Sacks $7.25 New Potatoes Pound 5c %0¿ Green Beans íi 2 pound. 25c Cantaloupes mfSSí * for 25c Cucumbers o?~* lb. 10c Green Peppers Pound 17ic f f IV ■■ Large Sound Head Lettuce He *., 2 for 25c Okra Fre*Gr^nndCT * Pound. 35c Pickles L£me Ooien 25c ; Gallon Goods Apples, gal. —49c Tomatoes, gal. 49c Peaches, gal. —59c Plums, gal. 59c Blackberries 59c SPINACH 79c Apple Butter 79c KRAUT 59c String Beans 69c Cherries $1.16 Catsup 75c Apricots 83c Pickles 75c Preserves gal. $1.75 Mayonnaise ; gal. -tr • **3' $1.50 ■ Meat Department Lard, 4 lbs. 49c Bacon, fancy sliced, lb. 39c Boiling Beef, lb. 15c Sausage, pure pork, lb. 20c Hamburger, fresh, lb. 15c Spring Chickens fancy dressed pound 45c Oleo, lb. 29c Pork Roast, fancy, lb. _22l/*c Pork Chops, lean, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 July 1927

' AnnlnM cooler. ■'i •how. .J s® SH-IS I, ! WVICUli PUBLICATION, CUT* OF BORGBR, TEXAS ( BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1927 ♦ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ** # *. * ij - : : — — - — 7 \ 1—No. 195 ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1927 f mBmsfmwn PRICE be * * * * l * « ** * * * * BORGER NAN DIES AFTER BEING SLUGGED * * * * * * * * * * # ♦ * * * ****** * * * * * * ****** * * * * * * * * * i «> (• JA- ™ ™ •r ORT WORTH MAN IS FLOGGED texan beaten kith otes by •hmaskeb10 Morris Strauss Taken From His Home and Given Whipping NO MOTIVE GIVEN Supply House Employee Tells Police of Brutal Attack FORT WORTH, July 9—(A") — Morris Strauss, 28, employee of a «upply ltouse ■ here, was decoyed from his home late Friday night and carried In an automobile to n place ivbout 12 miles from here, and there 'given a. flogging with a rope by a . rang of ten unmasked men. Al- though Strauss did not identify any of his assailants and could assign no motive for the attack, police are con-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 July 1927

>>f£ 'fell,i Oil SWMMIN 4V(0ft *fV * •* *•p<tT °*f o*9 ? "*f 'I ■> . ! U ' Service • test I) Dock. before a m t to á di the Bledw Ricbter feet from 5 mllti m .ded in Monday ■d. Humble, Oulf, Sun, Texas i,. -Southern Crude, Vacuum, llano, oil companies have geo- t in Lubbock studying forma- ins in the northern jj$rt of the South Plains. Scents from these] companies and several others are in Lubbock visitn the tests in the various South Plains counties. .The Gulf, Southern Qrude, Pure Llano oil companies and many in- dividuals have been leasing i bon- ds M acres in , Yoakum count:' lis week. The Marts nd oil com- TTnfiHi 1,000. ther ri ee tp CWcago, 0 ours, 38 minutes without, a 'halt, bi made ten years ago. We. is old. ... - • M; Until five years ago Tall Feather «He ts !«• at - . A showing of 1,360 ¡waa l'ou^wag a marathon runner.. -' now, reader of water meters in Bay.: i¡V>V. • i„ y feas-.recently took a 7,000 acre lease ¡in óaría county and r"" brother* signed up a...

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

■% w t Fasrion Park and Michael Stern makes. In all the newest, rich colorings and finest fabrics. All sizes to fit any manner of man. All strictly fine clothing and now offered you at a real bargain price. Regular $22.50 value j $14 Starting at 9 a. m., Monday, July 11th, the sky.will be the limit in Value Giving a I The J Toggery. It's not a miracle j that brings such Dependable j Merchandise to you at Prices j Far Below their Real Worth— f ' ■" ' ' Be Sure To Be Here Q (¿clock , Texas South Borger ISOM Fashion Park, Michael Stem and the famous Middishade makes. In all the very finest and newest colors, fabric's and workmanship. All sizes for all manner of men. Here is a rare bar- gain treat for the thrifty fellow. Suits now $22.45 Starting at 9 a. m., Monday, July 11th, the sky will be the limit in Value Giving at The ! Toggery. It's not a miracle that brings such Dependable i Merchandise to you at Prices j Far Below their Real Worth— j GOOD GOODS——GIVEN AMAZING REDUCTIONS -We me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 July 1927

t. i . ot. : ..i.-. ., :X . nen for re ■in. ^(WPI ION RATES BY MAIL 1 year $7.60 5.00 2.50 CARRIER IN CITY Per Montb 70c 3VANCE 3 mo. M.OO 2.85 136 «2.00 1.10 .70 70c 60c 30c BY By Year 18.00 cited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The __ sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- any liability or responsibility for ♦beir *afe custody or return, -ost care will be taken, however. s«e that they are not Displaced in this office. ncprgKBi * *• "Here l am; before Jehovah, the dock, Jehovah In that august pi challenge any one to With a charge against _ matter, little or great, have I taken?" Th were agricultural people oxen were their most va sessions. Hence ü e at- ol the previsiou in the Te M — PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC iy erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation individual, firm, concern or corporation that may appear in the of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atten- . of the editor. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 July 1927

t y 1 % \ ■i ' T'3 n* TIME EXTENDED for "im w> K VI *•. 4.- - Flood of Veterans Aak Place on Overseas L. Voyage . AUSTIN, Texas, Announcement that reservations for the Paris con- vention of the American Legion Will close July 15 has resulted in an avalanche of applications de- scending upon National Headquart- ers from all states, Howard P Savage, National Commander, in- formed Allen C. Ater, of Dallas, De- partment France Convention Officer for this state. Warning was issu- ed by Commander Havagu that unless veterans make reservation, immediately that many would be disappointed by the closing of books July 1G. "In order to accmhniodate hund- reds who could not be sure at first they could' go,", said National Com- mander Savage," we extended the tipie of receiving reservations. But pfayatelftk-limitations in handling the many details of caring for such re- servations makes it absolutely necessary for us to set July 15, as tjie final closing date. "Already most of the official shi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 July 1927

ml Borger Satur- 1 fishing par- George Col- SttBday ' red num- j) among pound tw- • birds, plume, urn, scratches and sand, tales of the one hundred i they had caught. !t f r Coble ranch Frt- irnoon and spent the tiwf there fishing and swimming, ind eating. Open air exer- letted the appetites of the party for the baskets of food and huge watermelons that were on the menu. '^members of the same class mote t}ta guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Collins to the picnic and bar- becue at Phillips on the fourth. Mrs. Bartle Gives Laff-a-Lott Party . At her beautiful Jtome in South "Borger, Mrs. F. B. Bartle entertain- club last Thursday. Dainty banners of yellow and white decorated the thrilling games refreshments of sal- ad and a sweet course were served. A. tiny boudoir pillow was the first prize and was awarded ot Mrs. M. Dunsten who played a good game. The second prize, a set of table numbers, was given to Mrs. W. O. Bartle and Mrs. T. L. Foun- tain, the honor guest, received a fancy handke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 July 1927

•'P, ... s¿v ~¿ . ■ , Pi'! ñ <# la •atim, .- tits* ,vv ,.í>v ,/ . -~or .£,,'■ ■ ^ .-•?; AH waat ad* am * > . . Mghiat bidder, Method ¡at i>terM from Borger Heraldi Bee te* t Methodist ohavcfr. l93-3tp. WíklrtTlD—lítcé Big clean r*g*. We par 6c opuhd. Heraft- Ofttoa. - IT Bdinou phonograph, cabinet records. Worth *800. Will take i. J .Inquire at old Ouif eapip for fl , 196-fitp. E—Or trade, battery equtpment -for ary hop. Smith Service' Company, 212. 196-ltp. 11611 BALK—Or trade, '25 Ford Coupe. •"Sftilth Service-Company, l*h<me -212. * • 'ior. 195-ltp. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Otae Del o o light •''In* plant. Smith Herviré Cnmpany, yhoite fog. ' ,i, 195-ltp. FOR SALE—*125 Burroughs adding ma J'-'chine nearly new; $76. alao chech-pro- ttttor at bargain. See wllHama at Herald 194-tidt1 ■ ' ■ ' fa fOR RENT frOK RENT—¡MWihed bed room • "lb modem bom*.—'Ha --(ir4vaw> lawiwry, toilet,' large- closet, aceem to bath, phone *8. 195-ltp. i apartment 1-2 block from Main nth;- priee'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 10 July 1927

m MM m Si ll.. HUtoric igftí li/ GO\H AN COM IN. Me.ULC.MT.orr -1": 01927 BY NU SERVICE. INC. by FAt Aid Sciet FIND ST A' Broken Fragment o Frieze Unearthei Archaeoloj PALACES OF KINGS' BECOME GRAVEL PITS French and Portugueee Roy- alty Yield Estates to Shovels LIOHS GET THEIR CHABTEt ANI COMPLIMENTS ON PROGRESS 1 CRICKET, TOO Sportsmen Play Where Non- existent Crowns Were Sported LONDON (AP)—The "Kingdom ¡ of France" has been turned into a | gravel pit. The "Royal Palace" of Portuga has become ofices for a local street cleaning department. Such has been the recent fater of the two great Twickenham es- tates one of which was owned bj the late Duke of Orleans, banisher pretender to the throne of France and the other by King Manuel, the 1 ors from Pampa were Biggs Horn, exiled ruler of Portugal. ' Nash dealer, Bert Curry, Thos. A year ago buss conductors by Ashly, Acme Lumber company. P. this quite surburb of London were B. Carlson, Insurance, and Walter With five meetings to their cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 July 1927

HP1 con a r'> v VÓL. 1—No. 196 * ASSOCIATED PRESS JFFICIAli PUBLICATION, CITY OB BOBOS , TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, JULY 11, 1927 KGRO SUYS TEXAS MAN # * ♦ ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * THREE WOMEN MURDERED, DISMEMBERED, IN NEW YORK JANITOR HELD FOB GRUESOME MTHAM CRIME Woman, 60, Killed by Robber; Another See Deed and Is Slain FIND DEAD MAN Third Tragedy Shows Body of Man Dead Several Months NEW YORK. July 11 —(AP)-- Police today found parts of the body of another woman, believed to bo Evelyn Martina, irlend of two other women whose dismembered bodies were found here today. NEW YORK, July 11.—(AP) — Three murder mysteries, in each casé the bodies, having been dis- membered, held the attention of po- lice .are today. Two of the victims have been identified as Miss Sarah BroWnwell, 60, and Mrs. Alfred Bennett, 4 8, mother of four child- ren; Police are holding 'on a homi- cide charge Ludwig Lee, 38, jani- tor" in the house where Miss Brown- well • liv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 July 1927

gsgi m. I BY MAIL IN 1.35 .70 IN CITY Per Month By Year 70c 18.00 ed «rticUa, manuscripts, let- pictures aent to The Herald r(¡ ■a risk, and the publishers ex- atea any liability or responsi- ir sale custody or return. The will be taken, however, to aee - are not loat or misplaced in this FOR ALL pEPARTMENTS TO THE PUBLIC ._ _tfh>cticn apon the character or reputation of any individual, ,_;ern or corporation that may ap- _ the columna oí the Herald, will b« corrected when called to the attetion tie editor. It ia not the intention ot a newspaper to wrongly use or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation and; corrections will bo made when warranted a* prominently aa was one wrongly published ■aference to articlé. THINGS WORTH REMEM- BERING:—I will remember thíé works of the Lord; surely I will remember Thy wonders oí old. Psalm 77:11. PRÁYÉR: Help lis, Lord, to count our bléssings. Delaying the Game The completion of Border's sewer system is one of the most important mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 July 1927

IrsiBB BiPSJ m i t, , s / * is* per word pet r> k . ■ TOBE m up JÍÜ three Insertion for flro canta por word. 'Á ;jim& All vant ada ara " f *£-: Fóil SALE WANTED-f-NIce Big clean rag , We par 60 par -opnitd.- Herald Office. 178-tf DANCE ÍIALL—For sale cheap. 20Ü8ÓÍ OU'll* *t, owe. A lina tu Dance Hiill New (colored) Town. 190-8p. FOB 8Ai«E-*-Furniture and trailer. Corner ót Maple- and Madison. ^196-3 tp. iOR 8ALR— Edison phonograph, ¡cabinet* Í'pe, and records. Worth $20ü)p will take 150. 'Inquire' at. old Gulf camp for Q ChxHard. lB6-fltp. FOR 8Ali¿—$125 Burroughs adding ma chine nearly new; $75. also check pro- tector at bargain. See Williams at Herald 194-tfdh FOR RENT FOR RENT—3 room hfraae with.bark porch, furnished. Mac's Real Estate. 100-lltp. FOR RENT—One 2-room house, furnished. One 8-rootn house furnished. One block west. of " baptist church ou north side of street. Electric* lights and gas furnished. R. J. Jones 194-3tp. WANTED WANTED—Will pay rash for good used oar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 11 July 1927

Sitse<:w f ■ 1 ' —"gHf ft íit De Des Mojiles at Lincoln. Te Waco at -Bt 0 TIED eaumont Shreveport at Fort Worth. Fa Dallas iit Wichita Firth San Antonio at Houston. Stopped Here American Lc«Kn.o Philadelphia at St; x^oiiis Washington at Cleveland New York at Detroit.> Boston At Chicago. \ king a sensational ten in- to win the first game, and to an unbroken deadlock in ind contest, the Borger Pacers 1 on the top fi?de of a double- wlth the Amarillo Metros hero ty. afternoon. score of the first game was 4 in 10 innings, and the ser- a tie at 5-5 in nine lnniuRs. a movie thriller, Shaw's ruu with two men on bases the game tied in the tenth up Sunday's opening ¿ussle won the day for Borger. ,ns ueáry broke down the grand when the crowd went into a near riot seeing Shaw, Borger's tali catch- er, Btep to the plate in the tenth and smack a home run over the cen- ter field wall to score two players ahead of him. It was an ending of-! ton read about and seen in movies, j but seldom act...

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