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

A-'!. FRIDAY, I fHRipR • W ... - - I P.- ' • £r ** WWM^W'^sfi' -:)- ':-í;:>,fr' i'-:.''fi '-¡' ' ' /%- !/t'1' ■:If. -W ft K, ■ t Í , r it < *\J 1 > BORGER DAILY HERALD —.-■ --■ 11 OATHER HAMPTOf: WALT Eft 4.HR1STÍE ELMER GERKCN LESLIE H SCHWOBtOA By 11. H. MOWLAM) BERKELEY, Cal., March 2.S. (AP)—Coach Walter Christie, who has directed California's track and field destinies for a quarter of a century, has dedicated his 26th season to keeping intact his i#ost chí dshed record—that of winning thr ;e successive L C. O. A. A. A. championships. To do this he must prevent Southern California's repeating this year. Christie's teams won in 1920, 1021 and 1922; the Tojans won in 1925 and 1920. If they amass the highest point total again this year they will have tied California. That wfll take much of the glitter out of the mythical shining shield that hangs in the training quarters of the Golden Bears with these words em- bossed across its face: "Only Cali- fornia has won three times...

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

' f> pimw! . K¡&> -í >"!-'• •, S >'• >> íiJEí tr¿ K (By The Auoetktcd Pre* ) AI'THK HH-MKN AUSTIN—Co-uds are being askt'rt to aid a California movie studio in choosing ten "dominant male per ¿dualities" from among the student body of the University of Texas, that the year was being offered the most promising. SAVK A ¡MILLION FOKT WORTH.—Cattlemen es- timate they will save ft million dol- lars a year from the decision of the Interstate commerce commission catling for short haul cattle rate re- ductions. A. H. Priest, traffic man- ager of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers announced. — Vio/et C ,}rr?r.-\y no aw •aC.jti:/ '^Rancie Mrutrf mm* S Wodchopper Favored to Win NEW YORK, April 1—(AP) — Paulino . Uzcudun, woodchopper of the Pyrenes, will alompt tonight to hew his way through Tom Heenfcy. heavyweight obstacle in th%.path of the Spaniards' drive to the finals of Tex Rickard's elimination tourna- ment. The bout Is scheduled for Paulino is a decided favo...

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

T i \ ( \ Hp PM# ; -;->i r I UÉ#^'' • m. é TUB BOItr.BH DAILY HERALD Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results WASHINGTON LETTER : T#o cent# per word per insertion; three inaertion for five cents per word. «MU In adranoe. All want ads are FOR SALE I V °/ ISOM RESIDENCE MVT8 In South Borger Lots 60 by 140 feet Prices, f 100 to $af 0—Term« ISOM TOWXSITE CO. Smith and lleuderson, Algrs. Phone 120 FOR SALE CHKAP—Old Newapapera, ood (or wrapping purpoae3. Call at Horror *niTjr Herald office. 75 tí FOR SALE— Native shade trees, GO ami 75 cent* each. Aerosa street west of TuInh aud Heel. E. Steagall. 107- NEW DODGE CAR—I will save you $56.04 on any type Dodge Car or truck bought from Cull u ui Motor Co. See me be tr.ff tou buy. Mrs. Smith, 1'hil Hall S ore. FOIÍ SALE—Corner Dining Hall, half mile weM of A 1 Killing Station, on Dr.mi street. lll-3tp POR SALE—Set of Í1ÓX4 12 Standard brand tires, cheap. Some new tires for tale, cheap. Twin City Tire and Vuleaiiiz- T«fp Shop. 1 11 *ttp ...

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

Is manager, strongly bank- inH on that par- tlcular player. I have in mind the acci- dents that re cently befell Walter John- son and Eddie also the unfortunate . of Johnny Mostll. I was standing on the sidelines talking to Owner Clark Griffith and Manager Stanley Harris when Walter Johnson was seriously hurt by tailing to get out of the •way ot a line drive from Joe judge's bat. johnson' had been pitching to íbe batters for about live minutes when the accident occurred. I -had just mentioned that AValter seemed in great shape and very fast for so early in the season. Both Harris and Griffith agreed with ine, expressing the belief that the "Old Master" was in for a big year. • • Players Have Habit of Joshing "DALL players have a-lot of fun kidding each other when some player gets in the way of a line drive, provided, of course, no se- rious consequences result. When Johnson was struck just above the left ankle by Judge's Jlne drive and immediately dropped to the ground in pain, Nick...

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

m i ■lip# ■J •v« : / • —; *■' ? m >s ipH ñ rnivn II 1 " ► i H t /W«st Texan: Sunday and Mon- y generally fair. Hf . Sí'v 18HK> it - - i, .';vr',.". r VOL. 1—No. 112 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE ______ • "■USES*: f" ' v<*^ ••.*-«• v ■■■ ■ irffe' i-";V | . -M ' ■■my.- «'.-y ■ WKmmmWmi&UM OFFICIAL PUBUCATION, CITY OF BORGHR. TEXAS ;#v;'' •' 5HI ALL DEPARTMENTS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 1927 THREE SECTIONS—TWENTY PAGES PRICE 5c til! i «y 9 BANK IDENTIr IISB AILeY IS NAMED AS THIRD MAN WITH TERRILL AND KIMES AT PAMPA BORGER SCHOOL AID RULED NOT LEGAL •*\ -13 \ 4 MOODY TELLS WHY HE DIDN'T ( SIGN MEASURE 2 < 1 Ransomed State Legal Head Says Can't Re-apportion School Moneys FIGHTING CHANCE Will Have 'Till Monday Prove Bill Is Con- stitutional to FEAR ATTEMPT TO FREE WIFE OF OKLAHOMAN Hillsboro In Arms As Report Comes of Try at Jail-Break % The attorney general of Texas han found nuconatitiitlonal the bill, Which would make available $!!(),- j 000 to independent school ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 April 1927

Washington t-: •; ' «82* ÓM I®!' gfc$ ;:p .. m m „,..._ . not. rhe tovcigu who has se-' .The moat successful of the oth- er* are Senor Dr. Don Hirurdo .Taimes Kfeyre. envoy oxtruoriii- nary and minister plenipotentiary ivom Bolivia, yijk Senor 'Dr. Don Antonio Castro-Leal. the hand- some audi intellectual counsellor d'aff^lres ad iiitertm # d ch. at the Mexican embassy. Á ltd to tell yau llrst of a most diverting poetical excursion, let us «o back Into the past life of Dr. Caiitio-l.ea). who Once put over a devilishly ingenious lioax which made the more recent Cleone Knox ahd Whispering Onllery hoaxes seem like kindergarten work. It came to pass while Dr. An- tonio was secretary of the Mexi- can legation in Santiago, Chile. ¡Suddenly the literary world of this hemisphere, particularly the Spanish-speaking portion of it. was considerably stirred by the appearance of "an anthology of the various works of Karez-l- Koshan. the famous poet of Af- ghanistan." There .was a lengthy biograph...

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

. mm IP? Eül Iwwif' teiffBFi'wi?^E8y^F'nwioiw™n^w r.'-'^t,' ■:Ss!a-Hi --'í'1: j• $ ':WWW • W5' ' .:,.' •< . ■ 'f ■■ W < f •\ o ) I Í b : O Tt f / 11 '7 / I •'. . $$Wvprc ^ I ?Wi$' " t:'f • 1927 i i '■ (Continued Froift Page One/ Walker, "Whitey" Walker and Ed llqiley will be lield before JudRe Willis at Stinnett Monday morning at 9. o'clock, It was announced by the attorneys last nlKlit. Witcher and Robertson Issued the following' statement; "We believe that Ed Bailey, Hugh Walker and Whitey Walker should be tried in the court.*, ac- cording to the established custom of legal procedure, and not through the newspaper. These men are be- ing held incommunicuto Which is a violation of the law, and when (he 'In#. Jack Seay arid Mrs. ttiigfi Walker were also held for question- ing. Word was received here that a company of rangers will arrive In Borger Sunday morning, part of them leaving Austin yesterday morn- ing and others coming from Fort Worth. Rangers Ballard and McCor- inick o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 April 1927

-' vi r • . is ser or admittance i Class Mattel """ . 1 11 1 the United States Mail at Bor- is exclusively entitled to the use tor republication news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in paper and also the local news published herein. euing lay Per Week 20c SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN 1 year and áunday . $7.50 ouly 5-00 2.50 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month 70c ¿DVANCE 6 mo. 3 mo. I mo. $4.00 $2.00 70c 185 1.60 50c 1.85 .70 30c By Year $8.00 AH unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, aud the publishers expressly re- pudiates any liability or responsibility for their -afe custody or return. -The utmost care will be taken, however, io See that they are not lost or misplaced in this office. PHONE 13 FOR ALL. DEPARTMENTS. BOOST YOUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ki / •• N-:-: I: t m ¡1! M' I I i I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation .* * «of any individual, firm, con...

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

^ - r m m *'■>*• mm~hy ■■■■'' n* ? ( \\ i V / M" & •A mi; m • l! HÉpifl I I ■P«¡ Hg,: v IOS RACES IS II OFsra AILY HERALD !N IIB0R6ER Wm S:$H8|&§ÍH I. * w x;:i-: *5? * * * < $IÉpÍÍÍ m &wt*- * Carl Farley (Left) and Gene Tunney (Right) Editor's Note: This is the first of a series of articles writ ten especially for the Borger Daily Herald by Cal Farley of Amarillo on Gene Tunney, world's heavyweight boxing champion. Farley, who teamed with Tunney as champion light- weight wrestler oversea#, was with the chump during his training and fight with l)emp- sey at Philadelphia. most certain to be issuing a few challenges to his co-workers (as he called the rest of us) for backing him up with rasberries. BASEBALL EXHIBITION (A) By <Wli i rVKI.KY Gene Tunney , heavyweight championship of the j world from Jack Dcmpsey at the ( Hesquecentennial grounds at( Phila- delphia last fall, a gnat, many dis-¡ cushions have arisep over whether or not Tunney is Hie real tiling or i ju...

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

i r-v * '■J"t V-'-vi ÍmI JjiJ * ■ m/'-y •¿i-J -* ?mmmlilifi ' "V • HiiilKi v | * W*"* f/ i $X '«"> <•*. «•Wix^lvOX afc.:AwT.iftá¡í AASP fttír wiíPapé^irt' (lie Phillips camp on April 15, K. C. Moose announced yestgrclay. Mr. Moose and W. C. Dunn, both ex- perienced in theater management. Will be in charge. The theater will seat 4 20 persons and will be furn- ished with modern equipment throughout. t1 ■ -1 pr* \Here are some of the-teeth of the British bulldog on guorr ' ¿éMM •trllkg of armored, cars shown,in the upper photo and ihe an •' _ from a British warship when Hie pictures were taken. T over t lie foreign concessions at Shanghai. The Je ihan tanks. The aCntonese army collided wity'P'ííile.ry unit drawn up below had just been landed fle he armored cars are a new type, speedier and more Blonde Sponsor-i ?i lliis armament in the attack on Shanghai. way only, can wide-spread ;<í mmmmm: m Hill Hi*it Iitv.rodncinp Trot, i.vh "SHenllyi and wiiinei 12 Moody Says May 1 Is Chi...

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

Otro ; £ ? / ( ><!. a y f 1 > 'X' www JÜR Hi «./ <** v; •• ■ ■■' • - , * .■ #}i t; r ■ ■ >- KMf r':- m am i B üfe. •: 1 I MS i I ' II I p^SMHrMfeag mamj1« fe PHÍÍP'1% I i ? s •^boitd-Si/'? 'o/P/ff.'-t FRITO A RP.ITTEN , V/ll L!AM E. BORAH c^t.«i f ''wis v it it.-; A' !í>n¡!,-,vokth vMIA: <*> W*J>Y. (£>nn < Í0R£/ WASHINCITON, April 2.—(AP) —Congress is growing younger, and more athletic, us time passes. That epigrammatlcal condition is attributed by supporters of the di- rect primary to the direct primary, by defenders of the younger genera- tion to the increasing influence ol' each succeeding ' younger genera- tion, by others to the fact thai, sev- eral years ago, an unusually large number of members' died within a, short period. Some even go so farj as to suggest that it may be due to] the spreading popularity of outdoor recreation among people in gen- eral, and constituents in pari.,i,. Whatever the cause, more mem- bers of congress, und noticeably...

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

v :ív playing I knew that I'd , nud an- r. Q. itrtis t earn his i giving the He to that he couldn't net a were being giveu away present . of fern liim the as- managershlp of his mani- I department store, but Clay When ("lay leaves his to paek for his departure, •id ma; is lost in lonely rev- recalls a remark Clay lie < hat T. Q. should have the hall settee It you'a iet stay here. I can do without every- thing but music, and I cauld stand any', sort of room if I" could hear you play sometimes in the evening. "I wouldn't bother you—just sit in ray rcom with the door open, to hoar, if you found I was clutter- ing up the parlor too often. 1 play —piano, cello, violin, flute—and I write music. Not very great niusic yet, but that's the reason 11 cut loose. Pad wanted me to go into the store, and I wanted to write music. Good Lord, I never dreamed I'd he spilling my life story this way, but you understand music, or you couldn't play as you do. Will you take me in?" '•Come into the • pfu...

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

t J&i ü¡ jr. ■ 1PP' • ■■ V '•• 1 • • •• " •• ' • ' • - -Vi ... < \ e / Y € .«i | ADVERTISING yM %: • tasBf* OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORO SR. TEXAS _ V'<WPWMM EDITION VOL. 1—No. 112 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY. APRIL 3, 1927 PRICE Some of the Leaders in Borger's Automobile Business D. R Gibson, Jr., owner with II. I). Gibson of the Gibson Mo- tor company. LIBERIA ASKS ABOUT AUTOS ' f African Rubber Farmer Send Querry to Makers of Oldsmobile dap ; .'k• • •H. D. Gibson, owner with I>. K. :Gibson, ,fr., of the Gibson Motor company. Out in Liberia where natives, who have barely heard of ears, are toil- ing in humid heat to transform a jungle into a rubber plantation that the American motoring public may huve ample and low priced tires for its cars, the urge for automobile ownership is already being felt. And, naturally, America is being locked to to supply those cars. Already one query has bean re- ceived from this little republic on the African ...

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

ti&WWi WW y vjootD 5 mm WHAT ABOUT ME ANO MY MÍWWCV? "fEAH - VOÜ CAM L.OSC ycUR t1£ART AMD STtU. HflH/e ir— XgUL, ANVHOW I'M potting MY HÉA«t INTO TX£ Business ®1 ws t.i «IB S u. s. pat. orr. el927 iy nta service, imc. ■_Zi * «" s£ 0 Hi bK'TJWi ,' > M !lwH II li f. I *Y / ■ ■Ml'm i IPPMif * v j •bBp iUii.lfti </.y ? ' idfc ¡¡¡Si 0 X<K,X. 4^ EYES ftff INDIANS « STILL FOUND KEEN' MUStíOtUBÉ, Okla., April 1.- <3W 14 the keen eyesight of the Indians, es- sential in earjy difys to detect the presence of enemies or of wild game for food, still is retained for the peaceful pursuits of the present generation. Dr. Charles Southard, secretary of the Eyesight Conservation Coun- fcll of'America, after testing the eyes of school children in nineteen states, «a d that the 400 Indian students $t Bacone college here possess, col- lectively the best eyesight of any group he had examined. • 6- CANNONv "MAKER SHOOT" BTT "NO MAKEE BANG" SHANGHAI, April i._ (AP)— • Chinese, credited with...

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

j / ..... HERALD DAILY Williams r i dr\ft bobiw! dr\ft! i'll semd FOR WOU WHEU X OOKlV va/AN-T -tt> KMOW SOMETHIKI' ! -mis A ONE MAM MACHINE-AN' ITS OCCOPlBD -— ew h# ha - dearth at 7 AT A'^UdATt-R, IF HE QuTs HE CÁMT C-ET HiS MOME.V T\U_ paw daw, if hegtl^ FlCTEO HE. cseTs iT AT ONCE. , T!LL BET I i ve KNO'AIS 3ufoT VSMAT V^fjRAtN H&ÍS GoiKlCt -Xoj NES-HE.1 AT G 4C£ V 0' THEM FL U/p&ctf A GET 1h\CP? M¥V OUICW - Bcür VNJREjCKIM ... BOLL'S," Di&y$*y IS QOICKE > Bra\MS' 0—<{( «_7'i P.WiLL mlgratlom time <■51827 BY NÍA SERVICE. INC carloads forwarded, a total of 123,- 440 carloads. This compares with, 88,422 carloads of incoming and outgoing freight during 1925. the biggest previous year. According li> Mr. Conn's figures, it these 123,440 carloads were put into one train it would reach from New Yolk City to Chicago via the New York Cen- tral lines and have ¡t few cars left, over. "Anticipating the usual increase in traffic from Bulck," Conn said, j "the Pero ...

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

■ Ma H •'i • a analysis the public, according sldent ot the Auburn apany.- '"v/]: pointed out that while a few ago more than 100 manuiac- irs were represented at the shows, this year only forty-five makers displayed (nodels, which is direct evidence of the keen compe- tition in the industry. It is his opinion that only those who pro- duce value in^fnotor cars meeting the public demands for better qual- ity will survive. "I could not help but note the Radical change which has made it- ~*Belf felt in the buying field while y" I viewed the show," Cord said. "Never before has the public been /so exacting as to its demands for v' the value in motor products. Little if any heed is paid to radical body changes, extreme color combinations or drastic price reductions'. . What the public wants is value in motor cars and price is a second thought- "It is my belief that dealers will stock fewer cars at a time during 1927 than ever before and thjs prob- ably grows out of the influence fj-om thei...

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

r¿* w mmwi ' , p: / ■'■ ■ • .. . V . '... 'j i ■ ... ; V - ' '-r" BORGER DAILY HERALD ,7 '■•wP V i i - - - - —--- —r ' BwfffnT?*" '* <K ■"? :'%+ ' S 4 'íl ' V" .W jf ■'•'*■■ >;■■ ■ A^,4 ->.>-/- ■■■ '< , ' '" V i <;,>• . $-* .• ffiyPmak %¡mM >cá ' -fey ?? -M PR. CHAIM WEIZMANN C/re/& THE MAIN BOILPING Of= NEW HEBREA UNIVER<?ITV QUALITY GLAIRY IS OPTIMISTIC Oakland President Sees Good Year Ahead for Auto Industry The 1927 business horizon re- mains bright, especially from the standpoint of the automotive Indus- try, it was declared last week by A. R. Glancy, president and Ken- era 1 manager of the Oakland Motor Car company, upon his return from an extended trip throughout the United States. Assisted by five members of the factory executive staff, Mr. Clancy conducted a series of sectional meet- ings at key cities for the Oakland Dealer Organization. "My answer to numerous queries as to my opinion on the business outlook for the remainder of the year is t...

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

. -V •<••• '? r ' ; V* ■ • ■■■■■ Vrf- ÍRlU^E TEXT tásfc outof ^tbüP/woüTrt/ sF ^iÓQOOQOOO ') ve? mi «me ia week. aytoft, N tecture hnd funiishingH, to be found In any section oí the United State . It has a broád expanse of ground , having sunken gardens and a golf west. Coming to ago from his homo In Ph> Immediately following UIb Bon a a mining engineer, become Interested In the nun tUfi Cripple Creole district, wlie1 a mailed a fortune. Later. hi tivltles -as a mining engineer ui«. 4ni<\ hfiiRi* - nnrts of tnG Mvh- Pearson ■ «ml Miss■ WUItworth have not' yet retúrudU to their teach ing. NEW YORK, April 2.-—<AP>— ^yhen railroads find themselves in need of financial operations, major or minor, or suffering from financial Illnesses, acuto or chronic, they ap- peal tí) Jeronie ). itaiiaueiv "the ¡•¿tflroad surgeon." So well 'does Hunauer understand the needs of his patients that his friends' say he can diagnose the ailments of roadbeds and rolling stock merely from an ov...

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

TIÍE nOKCKIt IMILY 11 lilt ALL) mm m Í>r 7 ^¥¡''1 • i ,;r <;^v: 1 kin -w R:. / é V A i Jse Borger Daily Herald Want Áds For Results ^ Rate : Two cents per word per insertion; three Insertion for Ore cents per word. All want ads are cash is advance. mamó* for sale MOM RESIDENCE I.OTS In South k ger Lots 60 by 14^ feet Prices, $100 to $350—Terms ISOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderson, Mgrs. Phone 120 SOME USED CAR BARGAINS We have completed arrange- ments with the McCarty Mo- tor Co. of Amarillo, whereby we will have authorized Stude- baker service In Borger. our used car listings Studebaker His Six Duplex Roadster, driven 0,000 miles, like new. Studebaker Standard Six Roadster, new paint, new rubber, a real buy for some- one. Other makes and models to pick from. General Garage Sixth and Dea hi Streets FOR SALE—2-room furnished house; 2 blocks east Dixon Creek hospital.' lj'2-ltji. FOR HA LB—Harto}'- Davidson motorcycle, 2- cylinder. Machine in good shape, .prac- tically new; wi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 April 1927

ps> BaiMM p*i f' •p. 5«c E. Nunn r" !■ ; ■. 1 :■ introduction spend three months in studying the in- the leader of the Twelve Apostles, the forceful 3 character who did more than any .one else, after ascension, to establish the infant church and make the kingdom of God on earth. Peter was a wonder- Next to the Lord himself and the great Apostle Gentiles, Peter's sayings and doings occupy the most in the New Testament. We are brought very .close to • in the Gospel account. His faults were outstanding ai)|h| ¡ displayed with no concealment by the evangelists. But we all come to love "mm, for he is so like ourselves. John Mark, the probable writer of this Gospel, after his missionary association with Paul and then with his uncle Barnabus, came )e closely connected with the work of Peter, who, accord- _ to tradition, dictated to him his reminiscences of the reat scenes he had witnessed. nee. Y. 18; believe, in the ing, liké that Repeat* "Repent yi gospel." Christ's _ of the Baptist, ...

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