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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 July 1927

' : <• n ... ,,f. I, j-*-NO. 203. Y , -í ' ' ■ i / •ü i ASSOCIATED PRESS . • ■ v. 4 — •- )FFICIAL "'r -í íi^fr r iUW HOHIl orre Oí [H\ TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUfcY 19, .1927 ■ i ; * * * • * * ****** * * * * * * * * * * * ****** * * * * * * FIRE TRUCKS O. K. MAYOR SAYS * 4> * * * * * * * ****** ****** * * * * * * ****** * * * ♦ * * * BROOKS SHOOTS OUT BLAZING WELL . w ; i t 9 TNT USED TO DOUSE FIRE Prairie Gasser Puts Up Stiff Fight With Brooks, Well-Shooter FOUR SHOTS Lack of Water Hampers Eff- orts to Kill Flame That Hurt Thornton Ah if eboldened by its victory ov- er Tex Thornton, who i-as badly scalded in an attempt to extinguish it yesterday, the Prairie pas well two miles west of Sanford, which has been spouting flame 150 feet in the air since. Friday, last night for ft long time continued to defy al! efforts of torpedo men to put it out, until at 5:30 o'clock this morn- ing: a shot o< 100 quarts of TNT finally killed the fiery piajit. Thornton, who stepped thro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 July 1927

. i Hi *A|t, iN 8 UO. w S,00 1 1.50 6 ..2.50 1.36 .70 « BY CARRIER IN CITT Per Month By Y ear 70c #fcO!> TEAR $7.60 «4.00 __ 6.00 2.85 /■ .*■?<: \W>!HIP! hcopah! VMHAX A ■nlfffv? \w*t flreselits^ , . t they would help him ea- _ Wi%U<- , ed articlu), manuscripts,- let tures sent to The Herald aro risk, and the publisher ex- , any liability or reMtaasi- . __ safe custody or return. Thf oat care will be taken, however, to see . they are not last or misplaced in this SONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS e Amendments 1 i\ - Texas voters will be asked to pass on four amendments to the constitution in a special election Monday, August 1. As the average voter has only a limited amount of informar tion concernng these amend- ments, it is the duty of the press to give a few facts con cerning them. Amendment No. 33 pertains to raising salaries of members of the legislaturé, the gover- nor and other state officials No. 24 proposes to increase the number of members of the supreme court from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 July 1927

fp IP 911 * í-^7?3 'K* kk¿: ' l-SP >•.. F«. — fattt Ads For Results I 1 f- I T \ I : Two e«nU j r, wortf par Inatrtlom; thn UmwtUob tor cent per word. AU want ada ara la- adiranea. FOR SALÉ FOR BALK-—Furnished V¿ x 24- Klwet rock liouxe- iiiul garage. $l'jr .OÜ Dnron- inn Camp, 1-2 mile north Phillips. 201-ntp FOfr HALE—-ft« w $22.50 electric desk fan for $12, lit "Wagner Supply .Co, 202-iltp. FOft SALE—Kiglit v head of extra good dairy cattle, Jersey*, HoKteinx and iteds. Inquire L. L. care Herald. Owner will be in Borger two days. 20iJ-fltp. FOR SALE—1933 Ford touring ctor and an. Underwood typewriter. 4th st (iarage. 202 :it] . FOR SALE-*—At a bargain, a fine and well improved 140 acre grain and stm k farm in the Ozark*: well located and u real producer. If interested and mean huKiueiN, write for cúmplete description and price to h. M. Taylor, owner, Harrison, Ark. 201 :itp FOR SALK—Household goods cheap. JMonrne & Redeoke Sis., isom. 201 nt-p FOR. SALR OR TRADE—1, IK by :...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 July 1927

SPRINGS, N. Y.—The ipsey, whose gripped the tic as strphgly as i Aatic history with the Ion of John L. Sullivan exasperating, and plti- psg&ft ■ ■ of letters and tole- in to htm daily. All by his secretary. Most sh Jack luck in his come- rt. Some tell him plainly! í Is a. "no good bum". A1 definite information thatj onquer Jaoik Sharkny in í Stadium on the night j tie last category are at least Jack would like to be ' answer if it were possible. [ • was from a mother of jdren, one of whom must go an operation, asking If Jack ivise her to bet |1Q0 on the coming fight inasmuch operation required twice that Time was precious, the wrote, and that was the only immediate way open to double the sum on hand. In the letter were two slips oí paper. On one was written: "You can .'do it safely", on the other: v "I would advise you not to do it." Jack was asked to return one slip or the other "because my little boy's health is involved and not be- cause I would hesitate to place my money on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

i! # WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGCR .. y ' . T . ___ ' V; OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BOBGER, TEXAS f* Phone DEPABTMDOTB W£:$m üi VOL. 1—NO, 204. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGEIi, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1927- PRICE 6c 6 t v © LIONS TAKE FIELD FOR SCOUT FUNDS * * * ****** * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * ASK LOWER UTUTY RATE * < * * * * * * * * ***** ***** ****** ***** * * * * * * * * * HOTEL BLACK OPENS AUGUST 1 COMPLETION B NEAR FOR NEW 58 ROOM INN Furniture to be Installed Start- ing Tomorrow, Say# Maulky ASK FOR ROOMS Manager Declares Guests Have Already Made Many Reservations With the bulk of the furniture al- ready here, the opening night for ihe Hotel Black has bc-en definitely set for August 1. According to Mr. Mulky. manager, a ureal many ap- plications for rooms have been re- ceived and a number of people are 'anxious to have the hotel completed. Work on laying the furniture will begin tomorrow and will be rushed from now on. The fornu r delay was caused by tardines...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

«.IR. While le, y. Its MjrM í'.. , « It'' ; of the Ajuarlr ■HA's priae-wip- consorts apd . tftgether Mfitli, I S¡j£S National Uyá] from ltfcd States Otflcje of Ex.- demonstrate. by detailed the i,tory of this country' business frp^j. the nest to *e markets, specialists wll! breeders ¿old 8i)l),0l)0,00p hieks last yeaj- and statisd- show tliat egg production two billion, dozen or 760 each second. Climaxing exhibitions of poultry eminence, Dr, John R. Mohier wll eixplain what made it possibly- He is the United States Chief of Ani- rtml Industry. His will be the open- ing ley-ture on control of epidemics diseases anil infections. Dr. Mohler insists on healthy flocks for increased production of eggs. He is expected to outline «tuart^tíne control; tell how it halt- ed European Fowl Pest, "chicken influenza," three years ago; snm- iharize control of bronchial- infec- tion, and suggest stfcps against bac- lllary White diarrhea, greatest com- mon enemy of young stock. Foreign pathologists a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

É^Í;JirfSlÍ^k ;* t> ) © KATKS States Show Best ord in Infant Mor- tality PORTLAND LEADS Only 39 of 1,000 Born Died in Oregon City Last Year ^ NEW *ORK— (AP) —The cltie<: of the: Pacific coast continue to lead the country in having the lowest bat)y death rate3. This is oue of the conclusioua tronj the Annual Report on Infant the New York City office of tlrt> Mortality for 1920 just issued from American Child Health Association ot which Herbert Hoover is presi- dent. The figures on preliminary records received from the U. S. Cen- sus Bureau and from state and loéal officials. The 38 cities ot over 10,000 popu- lation of the three West Coast states Washington, Oregon and California, have a combined rate for 1926, of 54, which represents the number of deaths under one year of ago per thousand births. The West North Central section stands second with a rate of 64. This area is repre- sented by 33 cities from the states of Nebraska. Kansas and Minnesota. The Middle Atlantic secti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

' Hp mm «ly entitled uewi «rile BY MAIL IN -ONE YEAR— • ' 16 8 1 TEAR 1IO. MO. MO. Sob! 17.50 «4.00 98.00 70c — _ 5.00 8.85 1.50 60c „„3.50 1.86 .70 80c CARRIER IN CITY Week^A' Per Month By Yeoi 70" 8°° Mi .otleited trtioU , menutcripts, let picture. eent to The Herald aro ; omiere risk, and the publishers ex repudiates any liability or recponai tor their i&fe custody or return. Thr .to will be taken, however, to see aro not lost or misplaced in this 18 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS VOZICB TO TBS 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 b. gladly corrected when called to the attetion of" tbo editor. It is not the intention ( this newspaper to wrongly use or injure any Individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections will bo made when warranted aa prominently as was one wrongly published Mrftreoce to article. : Soul Hunger:—My soul lpngeth, yea, eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

i¡0?¿tjv* ' p,',( : ;<■'•! 1/: ' * TUB BORDEA DAÍLY ! ' - ¿rl1/''-"'''Í. V '••- *;V ■ I <-.h '■fa'&fti't- 2 4 r ' - '■ - r „' ; ■ --.v. " Jr ■ . /j:\ - r-: / ' yVMSS KATHLEEN DORSET SHELBY N. C. (AP)—Tom Kerr. }i North Carolina lad who toiled at night in a cotton mill that lie might, attend school in the day, has the satisfaction of sharing wih the mayor's dau liter tho highest hon- ors awarded Ijy the city high school. He and Kathleen Dorsey, voted the prettiest girl in her clasp, were awarded the Charles Erskine anil IVJax "Washburn cups for leader- ship in scholarship deportment and athleti(:3. Kerr also received a $100 college scholarship award. Vice-Admira I Guy H. Bur ruge lias in Iiín new flagship, the light cruiser Detroit, a i-ister to the Meni- -« > ...«.'oh brought Col filarles Lindbergh home. Honors Explorer WASHINGTON (AP)—Like tho Memphis, whose place she Is taking as flagship of Vice-Admiral Guy 11. Burrage, commander-in-chief of the American naval syuard...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

'V "'-.V4, Will Whip - Two . P " ' '*• ! * •' ■:; % !;'j ;/ • V ¡ v-V s ■„■ Vg^^f. - ..:-n£ • ' & ? —' |L >< ftlp i r ^ ink JMsgi fwiMl, when he w*n .rpturn trojp a trip to a far-distant ' nise, that the generator at his car was burned out- A two-ton itr v fc'ÍT7'-... TV •. ISR f-r-V-. .1, NRIL / Pries ) / VKE, N. Y—The t expert to cast X-ray \ Dempsey is Billy r, ,ou «ud a half," son of the California middleweight, Dave « . V • . ; '' v Billy weighs just 65 pounds, knows his punches. He has lose a decision to a "six and r*T,"' although Billy is frank it-, that a seven-year-old [ him once and a "niner" asked his eye aiid made his í bleed. ply sits in the front row at jjr workout. When Dave, a Cal- ifornia pal of Dempsey, climbs into the ring, Billy, in his mind, gets in too. Across the ring from the newspaper men «Billy clinches his fistSi. grits his teeth and follows* ev- ery:: blow, ducking instinctively as Denjpsey sets a terifflc pace with "daddy-" • The moment the. fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

¡ÉpMii f r> m I v # I 0 . 3 " M :-f ^ ® T i t i' 9 M lir«4HI ÍS'v fi -. Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results itM: Two centi per word per Insertionl three Insertion for five cent per word. All went ads ere In adrenoe. FOR SALE Foft. BALI' *NT 'w $2l!.ríO elerjrie <1 *r?k fail tor $1-. ut. Wagner Supply Co. 2U2 iitp. FOfc HA LIO-—Kighty head of extra good dairy cattle, Jergeys, llotateinH and keda. Inquire L. L. rare Herald. Owher will lie in Burger two dayH. iio3*lllp. IjC)H SAJiK I5 Ford • ttturuig ear and an Underwood typewriter. 4lK Ht. fJnrage. •JU'J-r.tp. FOR HALK — Nice U room house completely famished. I block from pot. I office. J'rieed for quick Hale. See Jess Davis, Field Drug eo. 19W dtp. T*t- WAftTKU -Nice#Blg clean raga. We pay .fie yer opund. Herald Office. 173-tf FOJi SALE—$125 Burroughs adding ma cralie nearly new; $74. a'ao <-l'*(,k pro te<ior at burgaiu. See williauis at Herald ;^ < fd |' FOR RENT FOR RENT—2 room apartment, furnished; also 1 s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 July 1927

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 July 1927

'* lm j| M 'i ■ r ■ f\ - 1—ÑO. 20t>. f -,.'• • V;*- • •' r- IlifsSlff. I TtjX-i, JFFICIAL PUBLICATION, COT Of PO«OBB, TEXAS AIL ASSOCIATED PRESS n< •■.■'•■ ' :.t >}.' BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 21, 1927. m ii wurfORrHtT SPECIAL GRAND JURY WILL INVESTIGATE THE SHOOTING !W * * * ♦ * # * ****** * fl * * * * * * * * * ****** * * * DEMPSEY-SHARKEY BATTLE TONIGHT CLEAR SHES PROMISED TO II KG BATTLE Good ■' Weather in New,York as Hour For Big FigKt Approaches TO MEET GENE Winner Tonight to be Matched Against Tunney for Title NEW YORK. July 21—(AP)— Clear weather In vogue here this af- ternoon gives Indication the -Jack Dempsey and Jack Sharkey will bat- tle tonight under clear skies for the chance to meet Gene Tunney for the world's heavyweight boxing title. NEW YCTRK, July 21—(AP) — Jack Dempsey scaled 19 4 1-2 pounds at the official weighing-ln before fi.A ¡vjow.'Vork °ts.te-athletic coraniis- elon today. Jack Shavkey, l 1s op- ponent, scaled 196. Br Ft G. VOSBL-RGH (AssóetSSw Prm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 July 1927

il i < .J de&tt no question in thf= f Brigadier General Edward ral Godffey, who lives at own, N. J., took part in the as a first lieu ten ant ot K p with Capt. P. W. Benteen's Hon, which went to the resent pr Marcus A. Reno's detach- is a famous Indian fight- his own right, and is widely ilzed as an authority on the Ic fen^agement. He was mas- ceremonies at the flCtieth an- niversary re-enactment o( the bat- tle in Mpntana in June last year. Writing in the Cavalry Journal, be describes as "bunk" the state- ments recently published that Cus- ter,' finding himself the only surr vivor-of his detachment, took hip own lift. "Some oí the statements of thesn 'suicide mongers' sound like camp gossip or rumors that are bandied about and then accepted by some credulous perar.ns as facts," he sayii. "In a book which, I think is entitled "The North American Indian." the author made a state ment to the effect that, ündians nev- er scalped a suicide." Since then some of these sensational w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 July 1927

in World for Ambitious r, ><w* t PIEPANK TO MEET HEIR Whole Country Making Lay- " Stttf Far Royal Baby DUE IN~AUGUST Astrid, Worshipped by People, Looks For Child Soon Accurals Surveys Less detailed Surveys F57£) Roughgeneral,& sketch maps ,j'r ' " CHH Unexplored /T- WASHINGTON". —(AP)—"Want- ed: New Worlds to explore." That is the plaint of some mod- éJ.-C.¿aÜv/eUturers vho deplore the fact that Columbus, the Cabots, and a host of other teafarers In their primitive and poorly manned crafts oí .1 few Entunes ago took the joy out of the game of "world hunting" and left them to develop their up-to-dste steamboats and air- craft with nothing to discover. But in nearly every continent, perhap3 just around the corner from the old explorer's haunts, there are little known region's that which have not been accurately sur- been explored. veyed. Jn Central America there are many jungles and mountains that are yet to be traversed. The San Bias country a£ V na mij for instance, thoug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 July 1927

I • m OuS* yü jai fiit IKSSSffi .TES BY fpT 1N TEÍB- i a i i WO. MO. ¥0. *4.00 «8.00 70o 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c J.35 .70 30c IN CITY Month By Year 70c *8.00 H 1 article, miinuaúripts, let- I' pictures sent to The Herald aro t owners risk, and tlie publishers ex r renttdiatoa any liability or roopousi- fór theír «ate custody or return. The C*re will bo taken, however., to see *rf not lost or miapiacr.d in thia PHONE 13 FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS I ■ j. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character * ling or reputation o£. any Individual, concero or corporation that may ap- n the columns of the Berald, will b ' correlated when called to the nttetion r editor. It 1 not the intention of ■paper to wrongly u e or injure any il, firm, concern «r corporation und itioni will, lie made when warranted _ „ imineotlv as was woe wrongly published a*f«enc« to arficlr-. . r — ■— Getting Together Wi.\ 3 i It is gratifying to see the good results viíhich are being obtained by the organization...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 July 1927

raralilSBH mm ->v V i j¡? i i Í if I i"'1 9 # I « ' ñ pS0¡ Uée 'Borger Daily Herald Want Ads,For Results ' W f; i Bat«: Two mbU feat «4 JK t#wMon( tferw Insertion tor. tlr§ Mats pan wprd. All want ada ara eaah la ndrnncs. ' t FOR SALE WANTED—Nice Big dean rugs. We pay 5c per opnnd. lferuld Office. 173 tf POR HALE—$126 Burroughs adding inn thine nearly new; $76. iUbo cheek pro tectur at bargain. See Williams lit Ifef&Jd • lQ4-tfdh • W)7t ítAI/R OliVRADR—Rutinrli«¿ tliocery Tiuplex and garage. Ideal corner location. ••Fipe neighborhood good business; small ov- erhead; have good reasons for selling: 'worth investigating. Will take in good standard make ear or truck us part payment. No junk considered. Address postoffice box U22. Borger, Texas. 205-3tp. FOR RENT 2 to am furnished apt. $8.6(1 week. Gas, lights and water. Back., of Borger Her- ald. .Jamieson and Henderson. 2U.r :itp. FOR rent—2 room apartment, furnished: albo J sleeping room. 2 blocks east and j block north of aBnk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 July 1927

Pili wmm. fe*t from for the Em home runs, driving in H PO ' ■ ■ ■ ■ " 'Western League Amarillo 2; Oklahoma City 6. Tulsa 3: Wichita 4. Denver 3; Omaha 4. Lincoln 6; Des Moines 5. Texas League Beaumont 4-0; Port 'Worth 8-10. Houston 6; Shreveport 9. Waco 4; Wichita Falls 6. San Antonio 3; Dallas 9. American League Washington 5; Chicago 3. Only game played. iY AB nson, lb 4 S3 -2 IWJ1S, 3b ;-4 Shiple?, cf —4 rf 4 :es. If 4 p 3 ord, 2b 3 Shipley, c —4 H PO TOTAL — 32 11 6 18 7 5 -.2 base hits. Johnson, Pool; 3 base ltftp, Kidd; home runs,, Bool, 2, S&Hshorn, w. Shiplev; struck out Hjt" Anderson 12; by Parr 7. •EJMB ID DUEL PONEKMEK i Mar land Batsmen One Lone Hit, a Scratch tc- Short to New York 64 Washington 51 Detroit -4 8, Philadelphia 4 7 Chicago 4 7 Hurler Also Makes Two Hits St. Louis 35 SCORE IS 2 TO 0 National League St. Louis 1-3; Brooklyn 2-1. Pittsburgh 3-3; Philadelphia 4-5. Cincinnati 4-1; Boston 2-2. Chicago 4; New York 5. League Standings Western League W L. Tulsa , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 July 1927

ÍN BORGER Aj vvl- LíÍ Í'í A ■i II <■ i I sHÍH i 5¿ . i ■ S IFFICIAli PUBLICATION, CIXT OF BOBOBB, TEXAS AUi DI -NO. 206. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1927. ws&mmR mm MP* * * * # * .* * * * * * * * *. * * ft fc ft ft %>, < , ft ft ft ft ft ft m¡i ft ft # * ft ft vr ft ft ft # *. * ¥ ft * WORK STARTS MONDAY ON SCHOOLS ft ft4> * T T * * J í ♦ * t , t ,* t í f ♦ * ¥ 3 f f f * , .1! T T T -r BATES IS BEFORE GRAND JURY * ft * * #. * ****** ***** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * o ( 1 I * INQUIRY INTO AFFAIR WITH ¡ANGER STARTS )egraf tenreid Not Before the \ Inquisitors at \ Stinnett Commander Byrd's Homecoming I MAY INVOLVE 3 Attack on Deputy Sheriff at Borger Is Being • Probed STINNETT, July 22.—Witnesses i y-ho appeared today before the spe-1 Clal session o£ the Hutchinson coun- ty grand jury which is investigat- ing an alleged attack Wednesday evening on Deputy Sheriff W. H. Bates by Ranger Private Jack De- C.raf tenreid in Borger, included Itates, City...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 July 1927

i . " li'fSsf * DQuan Balis wrm a shell qn . RARE AM' VNmSKEREO PORK PoTATtRS WJnH-TH' HIDES OM BEAMS"THT 6EMD A FORK- "fWftf SAW I^ERS ART 1KJ GQQKW EUEfN M£AL.Th\ER SKlLUNGREASES, Bor ALL 1H' ART VvJE. Evje.r G \T" IS UN FINISHED MAStfeRPlECES. é f CTvWiLt'.ftMfi, OI327 BV NCA SERVICE, .KC. " BEG. U S. PAT. OFF. mn. w learn to quit trumping V# w © 1927 ¿y MEA Service Lucien Burhw.n ■i." • THIS HAS HAPPENED Attempts liavn been made on the life or Elsie Marbervy, an Amer- ican girl owning considerable prop- erty near (lie little town of Porto eVrde. in west central Brazil. She has escaped harm due to the. shrewdness of her cousin and pro- tector, Vilak, who with his friend, Lincoln N initially, an elderly Amer- caln chemist, is trying to learn tin; reason for the strange enmity for EiHie. Living near Porto Verde is one (■aylord Prentiss, a strange and forbidding character, who has evinced a hatred for Elsie. Tinky, Elsie's two-year-old nep- hew, is kidnapped. A native reporté Prenti...

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