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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 July 1927

.... ■/< ,.. ¿y, 7 - ■ , ,v j*. - {ivxí . .; , 4® :M \^Tf. ■ .. ■ , ..a^, wm 3m$Wk m' car qv 31 VOL. 1—tío. 197 ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 1 1 " i "i i"1 •• , • BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1927 nUTBORGE ♦ * ♦ # * * * * * ****** * * * * * * * * * * * * ****** K ft ft ft ft * * ft CITY TAKES DEFINATE STEP TOWARD NUMBERING HOUSES a • Yti 4 lU WATER WAGONS DIRTY, HEALTH OFFICER SAYS Calls for Inspection and Issu- ance of Certificates to Tank-Carts INSPECTS DAIRIES Rutherford Wants Standard Milk Ordinance Passed Here Courtney's Flying Half Declaring that some of the wa- gons which carry water for distri- bution in Borger for drinking pur- poses ha>'e dirt thick in the bottoms of the tank. City Health Officer, I)r. J. C. Rutherford, after calling for all the water wagons to gather at the corner of Fifth and Main streets Wednesday morning for Inspection, said that he would see that no wa- gons wore permitted here without proper certificates of cleanliness for both the equipment and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 July 1927

> ' . tí li IV j ¿ lit K' *'■ 1 Per Week 20c k wL m .SO 4.00 #2.00 70c a.00 2.S5 .1.60 60c Only 2.50 1.3S .70 80c BY CARRIER IN CJTT Per Month By Year 70c *8.00 All unsolicited art|c,l«.s, manuscripts, let- ter and pictures sent to The Hernia aro tent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- My repudiates any liability or responsi- for their sate custody or return. The t care will be taken, however, to see it they are not lost or misplaced in this TBBm"" mim PHONE 13 FOR Alifc DEPAKl'MENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any errorieous rellfcticn upon the character ■taudiug or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ap- pear In the columns trf the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called W> the atttfticn of the editor. If is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly hse or injure any Individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections, will be made when warranted •a prominently as was one wrongly published •eference to article. f ' ' . «¿ i Lit Si ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 July 1927

Vse Borger Wtutt Áái For m ■"r i ■ 9 Mi 4- * C h^ Two MBta per word per (BMrtloBl Un* lasertlon (or ttw oepts por word. MtlUK j ' ^ All « ■( MM. a* -' i FOR SALE FOR SAUK—Master lluiek si£ roatfstnr. Would tra<Je for light dr. car. Cull at 70U N. Main street. i lÚ7-'Jtp, WANTJIt*—-Nica Big clean raj . We pay 6c ptf op'ifid. Herald Office. 173-tf DANCE HA1.L—For sule cheap. '20x80. Call at once. Almata Dance Hall, New (colored) Town. lÜQ>0p, FOR HALT']—Furniture nnd trailer/ Corner of Maple and MadisoM. 190-iltp. FOfl • SALK—Kdison phonograph, type, and records. Worth $200. Wll 9J00. Inquire at old Ciulf camp for 6 A. Goddard. l^q-Otp; fcabfod rlTF take FOR ¡SA LK—$ I i!5 Burroughs adding inn chine rieaH.v new; $73. lt>o chqck pro- tector at bargain. See William at Herald , ' - . . 194 Jfdh FOR RENT JTOJI RKNT—Two nud three room furnished apartments, #15.00 and #20.00 per month; 'water, lights, gas and baths frde. inquire 8 blocks u-ost. 4 blocks south of depot, Maple 'Hbad ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 July 1927

day WILD i; Two Post for Mon- Bout ison, the barefoot wrest- alias. was Kiveti the first t on a ticket baclt home at ger Bowl last night when . Betke of Borger threw him iwo straight and fast fails. Betke nearly placed Atchison 011 n cot during the first fall and then sent the barefoot Ijoy to the show- ers a few moments after the second period begnn,: Bobby Chick arid his brother, Dude Chick, appeared in a clever preliminary to the main bout. The excitement of the evening came when Elmer Guthrie of Ama- rillo, who recently wrestled Bull Montana of Hollywood, appeared in the ring and accepted a challenge which Betke liad written him. "Betke writes me he can throw me sixty times every hour," Guthrie shouted. "And I'm here to do it." Both Guthrie and Betke posted ap- pearance bonds of $300 which are to form a purse for a match next Mon- day night at the Bowl. IHH -;=r=r^r— IIAJ i J U KHTKHN LKAGIK Oklahoma City 8, Amarillo 7. Wichita 10, Tulsa 14. Des Moines 9, Lincoln 5. Omaha 9, Den...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 July 1927

if m >w ' , . ->• V- 1 . ..ils PC '< * 3 O Q fiS iim' . y ik'-'&M"' ' '• ^ 1 T TEXAS: Cloudy and mift' Ki* ■fot ' -4 II (I OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CIT* OF BORGEB, TEXAS Bf-v • "•••'. v-'• ;<• \\y, ■ • / .o '•![ :"10 VQL. 1—NO. 198 ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1927 DRIVE FOR CHARITY IN # « * * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** BIG DOPE MAUL * * * * * * * * ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * * * * ISOM WILL GET A FIRE STATION - NEW PUMPER EXPECTED HERE IN THREE DAYS Biff Fire Truck, Same as One Now in Use, Is . .Purchased MOREFIREMEN Three Full Time Men Will Be on Duty in South End of City Borger is to have a new fire truck anil station With completo .equip- ment within the next few days to add to the present department. The new truck, which is identically the same as the pumper truck in use at the present time, will arrive here In about three days, according to Fire Chief Pike. The truck is built by the Southern Fire Appara- tus company of Dallas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 July 1927

rÍÍT'íkh ed on to Ü& conve the j spa of Day a >wr of of la a *H®' trios o the eonu ■flSE 51 i preven itlqul Mm gridirons and thp^1 ond; , \ the sehools havifi a world-wid^e ilón, it is to cleair up the idep that- some are the-ehosenpeole and I thft .«We .^wutning Vibik ^dedkH to eo to of Ga^lowi Pi-entfcw, a re close and a forbidding man and an ly of Elsie's, whom she suspects a knowledge of the conspiracy her- Nevertheless, she agrees *r doty to warn hfiu. learns that tl e floofl warn <t ruse to get Prentiss out house and So informs him. The „ >Is besieged in á small stone er next to l4rentiss' house by armed attackers. Vilak finally dis- perses thorn by dyuahiting a dam Mid causing a real flood. ..When the water recedes tliej discover Prentiss li«s gone- vvpext day, T1XKV, Elise's year-old orphaned nephew, is iped for the second lime. A native reports Prentiss luis been with a baby. The trail leads to the jungle and Vilak makes preparations for a long journey in uit. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 July 1927

r' • j Jack Hm Youth in Favor Over Fit*, Corbett, and Jeffries IS ONLY 32 NOW Jim Often Self u Spar- ring Partner for Demptey Prepares for Bout With Guth- rie by Buying Policy, He ' Announces STRENGTHEN RING $r NEW YORK (AP)—They don't ¿Qtné back—those heavyweight king Osce' toppled front the throne. "BUt Jack Dempsey, trying 'to climb again to pugilism's crest, han t*o factors in his favor which FtUslmmons, Corbett and Jeffries lacked when, once knocked out tbey tHed to regain the heights. For Dempsey is the youngest de potted .heavyweight champion who evep'tried to come back, and he Is the onfr one who ever lout his title without being knocked out. Ito htt Mforts to upset ring prece- dent Dempsey • set out at 32—al- most an old age in the ring, and yet younger age than that of ..her T^oqulahed titleholders trying to regain lost laurels. And Dempsey 'tut? , yet'to feel, as a mature boxer, the sting of the knockou t punch which rose to haunt other former champions plodding the come-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 July 1927

¿■'Y'.--'. ■ Ai:' •'; e • I 110. MO. 111 . •4.00 $2.00 70. 2.85 1.(0 SOc 1.85 .70 80c lit CITY P«r lioutfc Bf I« r 70c $8.00 pl% a,a • v. t&a mm?# • >v : ■Ka, manuirripts, let-> t to Th Herald. aro fend the publisher ex / liability or re pon«i- safe cuitody or return. Th<i Kin be taken, however, to see hot loet or milplaMd ia thie FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS HOB TO TBS PUBLIC «eflocticn span the character ution of any individual, ■a Or corporation that mav T> i .'column* of tha Herald, «ill ba tad when called to the attetivn if" It ia not the iutentkm of ipaper to wrongly use or injure any il, iirm, coticern or corporation aid ■a will be made -When warranted tly as -was one wrongly published :r it-- r GO&'S -DECLARATION:— ""squ art the God that doest traders; Thou hast declared ly strength among the peo- ile. Psalm 77:14. PRAYER: May we be en- abled : to reveal that Thy strength is made perfect in Veakness. [jj*#: ; l:1' if 11 Step Forward j. Henry Ford's reversal of po-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 July 1927

¡p? L m \ / $ o v V < -1 ííübe y JLJEftK&M );■•'. > • ; ■ ■ v •jT^ssr' • j^yBMBinTiTPrs^ f #771 ;•' • vfji P > . < ¡Hs^'V "<.1 !.V*< — •; • <: j * ':*•? r*v ;?i?f Woitf Ada ForKesutts ^ ,0' "" ""• ••' All nit wit tn • ■* ' : if- *"* f V'' . :"' '* ^ T ■' s spent mogtf of this wek inspect! uk the dairy herd of the West Texas State Teachers CHlege. scholarshipsfor vi.i. KOftLEIt, Wis.—A *50. scholar- ship to "the University Of Wisconsin was presented io every 1927 high school graduate here by tho Kohler family, which has extensiva manu- facturing Interests; here. ., , , .. FOR SALS IOB SAliE—Muster Buick s!j , roads : ¿Vim Id tradu (ur lighter edf.' Cutí nt ■ N¿-, Main Hlrcel. l97-'-Stp. WANTED—Nica Ble clean rait*. Wa pay Be ■ fer opmid. Herald Office. . 173-tf w JVU ilAbli- Call at once, (colored) Town. •For Half «heap. Aloiatu J>anco Hall, -New lOiKJp. <£ernfer 100 My; — 40ft 6A LK—Kuril i turn anil trailer. qjif Maplo and Madison. Ftiu" SAL K—I'MJlon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 July 1927

I#5' í 11 " i W: || i í; ;:í II GENE HP m i i1 ■JÉ W 1 ya ier Than r, Say. Wills' By AliAN i. GOVLO lated Press Sports Editor) YORK, July 14— lAPI — ence plus—that's Jack Shar- aspirant for the heavyweight íipionsliip honors ever climbed a ring With inore assurance, expressed and otherwise, than the Boston Llthunanian- IL' lie whips Jack Dempsey on July 21 at the Yankee Stadium, thereby gaining the right to fight Gene Tunney for the title, it will merely be a ful- fillment of Sharkey's own predic- tions "Dempsey," Sharkey has said, "is made to order for nie. I will beat him sure. And Tunney? lie will be easier than Dempsey." Confidence plus his usual fighting equipment, has carried Sharkey ra- pidly up the fistic ladder, less than a year. When other heavyweights were side-stepping the so-called "dark menace", Harry Wills, Shar- key nvfnt about besieging promoters tó match him with the negro. He finally convinvced Humbert Fugazy | to do it, but there were few if any , experts who had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 July 1927

^" íjit. Mtjf. in. fetMtf '¡fe «Ü «SlMas^ sf'% «&&* TflXAfi: Cloudy and probable nhowern CITT OF BORGER, TEXAS >FFICIAIi PUBLICATION, 1—No. 199 BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1927 ASSOCIATED PRESS ****** ****** ****** * * * * SELECTION OF LILLY JURY IS STARTED * * * * * * * * * ****** ****** ***** ****** * * * * * * * * * WILL REPEAT "OIL BARBECUE 99 : -1 \y -!?- 4 i r 2,000 DECIDE TO COME BACK FOR NEXT YEAR Mcllroy's Guests Eat Fifteen Yearlings and Have a Fine Time PLAY WITH WELLS Hats Thrown in 'Hardly Able' Come Out in Small Pieces Having consumed fifteen year- lings, a huge vat of beans, and fifty, «finare yards of cake, the crowd of 2,000 oil men and stockholders attending the barbecue given by the Mcllroy's on Dixon Creek yesterday, expressed (heir desire to have the event occur again next year at the same place. Although the crowd was smaller than expected yesterday because of the raip,..Uie grove of cottonwoods wgatáVtttfomáVxWith the happy pic- nickers who ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 July 1927

llllfelÉMii -ir v 'i I-.';,,",; \ot ^ o her twe^e#r-old. ornhanert !• kidnapped. t<f lie "found the alert Vilak, and nn- ( U?&. r la prweuUfd by 6h^ GMraw/'V !áS* to*g¿ . house of Gaylurd fttntbs, a re- tad a forbidding man and an of Elsie's, whom she suspects a knowledge of the conspiracy «re^lej^she agrées I that the flood warn* ^ ft* ** ®Ht S small Stone tower next to Prentiss' house by armed attackers. Vilak finally " thcto Üi^H jpipifat , recedes thejr Elbe's w, is time. A h « been tw trail leads and trilalf makes a long Jotmiey in >ir reliable of their zarr great, slopes fitted together, so ex- pertly til tit no mortar was needed', mat, da*, Two «Tt es are hurt and two la am. thty temple bove thei disappear! Is had colla itones had tu •below, but enou ,remained to Bh >U patterned - af t .Inca temples ru by the Spaniarl erage ly the city of si nts; it in 'Af wee of oflfe Iba metro] 'Three sfetf 'of fUim r completely «RClrtled yftll, which.,was the still or, shh] or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 July 1927

W'lt A I • 1 pi x o >1 f o 4 O Retiring Speed King Predicts I Recoi ?uture Dazzling Records for WENT 207 MILES Major Seagraves Quits Game Before He Gets Self Killed LONDON (AP)— Tho next stfep In automobile rucIiiK 1 a speed' of 250 miles an hour, but that is a loni-' way off, says Major H. O. D. So- gravo. Major Segravo recently-hum; up a world's record of 20 7 miles an hour on the beach at Detona Flordia. At the same time the major con ffrmejl his retirement from racing and announced his resignation as head, of tho oxperin)|ntal ikpart- ment of the Sunbeam Motor Com- pany-"to go into-a business utterly dissociated from motoring.'' "I feel that 1 have done ¡ill I can experimenting at high speeds," Majol- Segravo say. "Homo inl'liii:-' mistake niigiit get me killed, so 1 have decided to go into business Most of the big racing drivers that I used to look up to when I started have been killed. "I 'have won every big race in JSurupe. 1 have fulfilled my ambit- ion CB- bo the first m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 July 1927

: i-t cxi'ImlToly entitled u ot *11 new* or not otUerwiu . alio the local .■y Sfeí* mm '•« in " ___ KATES BY ll'Alt IN m ADVANCE —OSE YHAR— 1 fl 8 TEAR MP. MO. 1 |7.5U >4.00 92.00 ' ilj 5.00 2.8S 1.50 I ' Only a.50 «15 .70 I ay CARRIER IN Cl'i'Z l*«t Week Per Month By Year ZOO 70c. fg.OO BTuo!i.'IU>tl ariiclbS, mMuiu'ripU,. let- end i>intQrcs «out to The lloruld are at owners risk, and tlie publisher ex- -<y repudiate auy liability or res pon* i • for their sate custody or return. The ' .care will be taken,, ltnivevcr, to. see ijr are uot lost or misplaced in this I / Bea. I ¡■m -í L if PllONK 13 FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Aay erroneous reflectiin upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern nr corporation that mav so- pear in the column* of the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the atletion of the editor. It is not the intention, of this newspaper to wrongly use or injure any Individual, firm, concern or corporat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 July 1927

Í III I • y. -(.í y í '* b/i? - 4'! ' I f'X :¿í O I# ntAds For lBBdMm«?U ** WOrtf #ff lM,lUo"l Utm inwrUon for llva euti per wort. All nit MU «• LAKE GEORGE, if. V.. July H— (AP)—William Keating, New York Bwlmiqlng Instructor, won the1 24 mile swimming marathon from Hague to this village today. His time was IK hours 47 minutes 18 seconds. Chilling water kept other entrants from finishing. XOH SALE l£OK BALK *14 up on MWWittl rout • over Savoy-' hotel. FOH ? xU T|ftiiÁfr, Building 12x24 dounstoirs 12 ski'ds; partial! y furnished. $225. H. P. *1 ; 199 3tp. Ft)R HALK— Nice 2 room house completely . furnished. 1 block from post office, li/ifod ' for quick Rale. See Jess Davis, Fl0l<f Dr'ufc co. 199fltp. FOR ' HALK—Munter Buick si j roadster. 5 Would trade for lighter car. Call at 703 N. Main street. Ift7--3tp. WANTED—Nice Big clean raga. We pay 5c per opund. Herald Office. 178 tf FOR HALE—-Kdisou phonograph, c.-ibiuet type, and record . Worth $200. Will tuke $3 60. Inquire at qld Gul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 14 July 1927

It ilfáfi'. wi Western League Oklahoma City at Amarillo. Wichita at Tulsa. Omaha at Denver. De Moines at Lincoln. Western League W. L Tulsa -56 31 Wichita 65 35 Denver ! , 49 39 Des Molnex i J._45 Amarillo 3S 50 Oklahoma City #7 50 Omaha 35 49 Lincoln 34 Stt Guthrie's First Bill Promise to Be Interesting Event Eight Errors for Losers Keep Piling up the Score NEW SYSTEM 'GENE ONE HOME RUN McClelland Polls the for a Circuit Clout Easier Than s Wills' or By ALAN J. GOVLD Press Sports Editor) YORK, July 14—(AP) ence plus—that's Jack Rhar- Wl i aspirant for the heavyweight ionshlp honors ever climbed IX ring with more assurance, «cfereased and otherwise, than the Boston Llthunanlan- IV he whips Jack Dempsey on July 21 at the Yankee Stadium, thereby gaining: the right to fight Gene Tunney for the title, it will merely be a ful- fillment of Sharkey's own predlc- tions. ' "Dempséy," Sharkey has said, is made to order for me. 1 will bpat him sure. And Tunney? He will be easier than Dempsey."...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 July 1927

Iv: - s.r . / 'J ■■'/ ■' • • ' ' '1 '*#1 — *B*AS: V Cloudy infl lie showers. 1 \ ! ' 4 c -ÉT— '• *'í - . '•** OFFICIAL' PUBLICATION, OR OV BORGEB. TEXAS M ALL v"y ■Éí<v VQfc.'l—No. 20a ASSOCIATED BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1927 TEN PAGES S08FM TERM'rofflll * * * * * * ¥ ♦ * « * * * * ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * FLYERS ARE DOWN IN MID-PACIFIC ♦ * * * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * MAY HALT BORGER PAVING Flying Beacon This proposed etatue at Clover-, Field. Santa Monica, Calif., will be useful, too, serving as a beacon, for flyers. > The plan was launched as a memorial commemorating the «tart of the roundrthe-worid flight there.. The monument will be 192 teat high., COURT ACTION IS HINTED ON STRECTMIX-UP Want to Collect From City on C. C. Contract With Sprague $3400IS DUE "Moral Obligation" Alleged Grading and Graveling Main Street Hinting at legal actijn which might delay and possibly stop the hard-surfacing of Main street, which is schedu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 July 1927

as. ¿ M ■■ m m m m ivjr- 84? !*fr «4W •«fi- ll sat «*>. • K Si ¡S¿ SSTf fig '"4 -- •.W-: 32S /*\iSS CHARLOTTE ;si E. l_SON RALEIGH, N. C. (AP)— Two dt- .^plonias. one from a boys' college I^nd the other from a girls' school ■wsrecelved .by one girl at the same ses- *¡%ion, may sound impossible to some. But it didn't to Charlotte NelsoB. she attended two schools .„and literally 'flivered" to tbe §rand. spanking new B. S- and A diplomas now hanging in her ome here. Meredith School for Girls is two ¿¿miles from State College. Charlotte, ••rtwhose father, Dr. Thomas Nelson. is dean of the textile school at the •^State, decided she wanted sheep- C.'„:skins from both. Z>: Up until last fall she attended _= J$L m Ob the night • swan sons in ves If the tide of t ward the Boston Lit] Lttl s4r« COtt- ninc effort with i «rtm minatloft that never marked hlj otm eondlttontng periods: the. first Ume in hi career, . Ko ¡Sfíij ; - -- ho works—by Loo P. Flynn, constantly coached >s r i# Mer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 July 1927

I • •" V V '■ ■■ ft1 is' v..¡J ? ' ■ V ■; : t'v " ¡A4-Í ' • . ■ ¿H¿ ^ ¡4Á% MihIIIWWiI y i,r|(wl()piWiiiwi>iM>"i "i i jft$| 0§^'$0S' : M •/, ;o Extra Special I It's Never to Hot to Carry a Basket and Save HipmiywKaJr * . Under masculine nom tie plume, Mrs. Frances RlUngslpy (left) and Mrs. Mnurin Halliburton f(right) received praise of literati Tor '•■plains ballads" tliey wrote. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. <^P,- One "William Arthur Flowers, an aged cowpuncher," appeared on the literary horizon in Oklahoma some fix months ago. His ballads of the plains were praised for the virility and strength. Critics and editors declared that only one who had lived as this old- man, could write ballads like "Kin- zie the Cattle Queen" or the "Hal- lad of Cherokee Bill." whose last words were, "Boys you have done me wrong." Then, at the height of discus- sion, "William Arthur Flowers" unmasked himself and turned out to be two modern bobbed-liiared young ■women writers. The perpetrators of the hoa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 July 1927

as second-class matter ;.1S..'i,2rSS 3.1897. i Asa-Jiriateil Pre is exclusively entitled the uae for republication of all newa atch>>8 credited to it or not otherwise HUd to this paper and alio the local newa published herein. " SUBSCRIPTION KATES BY HAIL. IN **' ADVANCE im 5 m 1 —ONE YEAR— 10 8 1 TEAK MO. MO. MO. Srenlng and Sun. $7.fl0 $4.00 2.00 • 70c Evening On'y 5.00 2.S5 1.S0 50t " Sunday Only _1_.8.50 J..'IS .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Mouth By Year 20c 70c $8.00 All susullcited articlfcfl, manupcripts. let- ters and picture sent to The Heruld aro sent at tovnera risk, and the publishers ex- pressly repudiate?', any liability or responsi- bility for their safe custody or return. The utmost care will lie taken, however,'to see that they are not lost or misplaced in this office. PHONIC 33 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NQTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous inflection upon the character standing or reputation oí any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ai*« pear...

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