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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 August 1927

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25. 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD y mvvu^vi Daily Herald Classified Ads Use Borqer Daily Herald Want Ads For Results WRESTLES HERE TONIGHT OUT OUR WAY PAGE THREW 1 ■ By Williams! - !| HATES: Two cents per word per insect ion, Ihree insertions i'or five cents per word. All want ads are cash in advance. FOR SALE FOR SALE- -Ford Truck : Trailer: -"lObar- rel V\aier Tank: 40 H. P. Oas Kngine: Pipe Boonwrs; Chains; Tn>ls; etc. See Gary and Fleig. Dilly Building. . 2.14.3TP WANTED M'ANTKD «Mirrnrs ri-sil vi-rv*l. Si-cuihI 1mnil limitun- ioit«li :nnl -•« 1«I. Trails in jour second hand furniture for n *\v. .Fen mngH Furniture <'•■.. w I 1 N. Main phone 7() 2"'5 'Itp. London Star ts Work lor Uniform Voltage LOST AND FOUND LONDON' (AIM- The first move is hfHii inn(U* in Hiituin's olecfrl- |cu! revolution. The change will laiae the voltage :n \V**st London to 22.0(H). four times itw previous piiWer. . 1 A thousand tons of machinery STOLEN- lii'J." model Ford roadster. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 August 1927

KAmI wwwr aw irwiwiMttitiM W?: ■ mt ■ -.? fOTll tOrk not there * ' __ All Hassan Fails to Present as Per Schedule 1,200 Students Will Leave Canyon Soon CANYON.—With the close of the second quarter at the West Texas State Teachers College on August 26, about 1200 students will leave Canyon. The greater part of this number just have time to attend institute somewhere before begin- ning work at the various places where they will teach during the coining year. August 28 means the beginning of a three-weeks' period of vaca- tion for faculty members at the Tench era College, although several of them will work in the Institute to be held in Canyon September 5 to 9. A few are on leave of ab- sence for the coming year to do further study. THE FORCER DAILY HERAED MM WINS , BATTLE WITH * DIKE SEED Heel Work on Part of the | Greek Wins One "-Fall Where They Play Today Be Western League Wichita at Amarillo. Tulsa at Oklahoma City. Des Mooines at Omaha. Lincoln at Denver. Texas League Waco at Bea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER VOL. 1—NO. 236. fltonjcr pmlii %tM& ^J3 ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICIAL IMPLICATION CITY OK HORGKR, TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26. 1927. PRICE ft. PARKER IS ACaUITTED H< * * .y. %. .y .y. V *[• -V- -V- *Y' * * * * :{. H- H> ■{■ .y. %. # * * * * * * H- * * REDFERN NEARING SOUTH AMERICA •Y- * -y •Y' -Y- V- H- * •■{■ ■•{■ •{■ n- :{■ :{• :{. V- •{• •'{• ••{• H< -y. •r- -Y- .y. -y. -y. y. * -Y- Y- •?• Y- -Y- WOULD HALT CITY HALL Y- Y- -Y- .y. .y. Y* -f- Helen Doran V ^58 Motherless little Helen Doran, 12 years old, has waited eagerly for news of her t "bio sister,'' Mil- dred, lost in the Pacific during the Dole flight from .San Fran- cisco to Honolulu. Mildred was helping Helen to plan her career. CRACK SHOTS OF COUNTRY ARE EXPECTED Borger Gun Club Plans Big Shoot This Autumn PRIZES LARGE $750 to $1,000 May Be at Slake for the Marksmen EXCESSIVE. !S SAID OF FOX COMPANY 110 — - J Citizens Ask That Contract be Not Let Nor Payment Made HEARING MONDA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

m • • ••/•<: . THE RORGER DAILY HERALD 4M* COPYRIGHT 1927 W NEA Service m less prlnop 'fluttering up tfieW Unit- ed States." The evll-fact>d leader of the two men strode a little in advance, fie had not bothered to talk much. The mile had proved to be more than three miles, and he had eursed his partner once or twice tor having Idd Ih'tm astray. He seemed to be brood- ing darkly, his brows knitted with Is In hiding Vera tries to convince sdrne evil scheme which required c'Vr'ryonc of her true IclinHlj- bill 1 !HI'e'u' Planning. :l* not MM. Whtrn sHc rciiliates ! in the murky sray light of ap- I Schuyler 1* in |ove with the jclil . prouching dawn Voe-Vee caught her | he thinks she is. she finds further (first glimpse of the shuck where the ; confession d iiffuctl. prince awaited her -or rather, the j confession difficult. j woman lie believed her to he. it (incst.H returning to tile city, ap- v;aH a Bllla't rough aflaii- ol not more parentl> notify t,h<' ('randalis of j'b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

V 4 \ FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD' g jg i The Host and Hostess of Kansas' Concrete Eden PAGE THREE Hunts Ghost a:? !«jr !EOT!8!lRi5?i: .JU Ar W%fP?? iSft Dinsmoor, his youthful win id Iheir (i.Miiihi< r. Adam, live—and Two Snakes ' ,;.rv ■ i SRVfSSS T. P. Dinsmoor Spends Thirty I Years Reconstructing the "Garden" ETERNAL YOUTH 84 Year Old Farmer, 23 Year Old Wife, Dwell ill "Paradise" (Ity \ i;.\ Sfrvicc) Lucas,. Kns., August .M. The ' Black Hills ot South !>sil<ot:a may iic the lit'tt place for a pi-i1:-.iilont 'lo! ,Iicnd liis vtu-aHon; California ino\ be the nt'xl tliinj', ti> 1'nrnclise, ami ihc (larden of the (it.iis may ho in I Colorado, lint If you're looking for tlie flardeii \ of Eden, lighted h.v Hh-ctrifcity colli''i to Kansas. Adam and Eve are here, <-i!so Cain! and 'Abel, the :-■ < rjn-nt, and the a 1 >- ,: tl -1,,Vl „n n pie. You can come and sc( thcni|j1(, .,].llls ,ju (],, j, for yourself. Another IV:.'hip' Adam and Kv<- a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

: ' ,■ ■■ 1 , v '•' , * •■'if . fim rom THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1927. Ads Bring Results Borger Daily Herald TheBerger Daily Herald fubUihci at 102 South Mala Strut, Boi • f'j T«n «. *7ary Evening Exc«pt Baturday. - ana on Sunday Morning, by I: ■OHM—WABBBN rUBLIsHiMS COMPANY, Ino. HEAL 9. NCKKIS r. B. CADFIELD Msnagar ..Managing Editor "Not a Reactionary" Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1926, at the post of- fice at Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to tho use for republication of all uew dispatch')* credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper aud also the local sews published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN k ADVANCE —ONE YEAR— 16 8 1 YEAR MO. MO. MO. Evening and Sun. $7.50 $4.00 |2.00 tOc livening Only — 6.00 2.85 1.50 60e Sunday Only — 2.50 1.35 .70 80c BY CARRIER IN CITY Pit Week Per Month 3y if jar 20c 70c |8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, lot ters and pictures se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

i FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1527. THE BORGER DAILY HERA ED PAGE FfVH Welfare Board, anil the Y. M. C gets were in for were not in a t a l< (• the work THREE WELFARE SERVICES JOIN SECORD A. E. F. Red Cross, K. C., and Salva- tion Army Will Serve Boys Again BOOKS ALSO Library Association Will Help Out in Legion Convention AUSTIN—Of the seven welfare organizations serving the American soldiers during the World War, three will play an important part in the Second A. E. F., of The American Legion in September, it was announced today by Howard P. Savage, National Commander, in a communication received by Allen C. Ater, of Dallas, Department France Convention Officer of this state. The American Red Cross, the Knights of Columbus, the Salva- tion Army, and the American Lib- rary Association will be associated in war-time pursuits during tho stay of the Legion in the French captial, September 1 !t to 23, it was announced. Conferences were had by the Legion with the Jewish the Y. W. C. A., A., bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

N$wH : y.; . . THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1927, LOW HfinTFLL SLAMS CHICK Spectators Came to Watch and Remained to Fight COPS BUSY Two Arrested and Fined After Free For All at Coliseum Dutch Mantell, whom Bor«erites have been yelling to see for months came to this oil city lai night, com- pletely upsetting tfcn dope bucket and causing a near riot, at the Col- iseum. And when Dutch dumped Bobby Chick under the ring, smashing the boards and knocking Chick uncon- scious for nearl an hour, police were called into (lie house to stop a suc- cession of fist, fights among the spectators. Two men were taken to jail and fined for fighting, while other im- promptu scrappers escaped in the confusion. The largest crowd to ever witness an athletic evenl in "nrger I .lied the Coliseum to overflowing, move than a thousand persons attending the show. Several in the crowd trampled in the rush for doors • nd windows when police attemi !ed to break up the mob fight. Glass shat- tered fro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

\ 1 . I / \ Y, 3 . — THE BORDER DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEtf ■ r\ • - • i "t ■WWWW WWWMWWWW WWVMWW>W MiVWWW 5 Mule Skinner OUT OUR WAY Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results HATES: Two cents per word per insection, three insertions for five cents per word. want ads are cash in advance. All FOR SALE FOU HALE—Ford Truck: Trailer; -50 bur i ■ r#l AValer Tank; to- EI. E* (ins Lnjfine; Pipe. Fittings: Boomers: Chains; T«i>ls; etc. tare 4+l*ry aud Klein. Dilly liti!Icl 2:J4-:JTI' rOft JSALK -Wfio acres iir*t elass iumi laud : iu I loose vc11 county. N«w Mexico: abun , ♦lance of water and other improvements ; will take l UKine>ss lot on main street in Ho:* ^er. Texus on trade; poKHcssion at on*••• Sec, or write .1 j .s. Leo Wilson, box |;I7'J. Ror ger, Te\a>. UUH lip FOR SAliK—:j room house pud double lot .lust biu k of t'rahart Motor Co. See (iris hojh at (J rlssotn Ki! H tip: Station. Phon- 2 «itp. r Hdio NUppl^-s at. City Service Station: pltonC 103. i>own by the water ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 August 1927

kAG$5 EIGHT fm mmm W. w. ~ :'-W' & IMF '" , 1 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD V' ■AY RETURN TO THIS STATE "Subscription" Plan of Mak- ing Bets May be Legal, Is Claim Callforuiu, said to have the most severe laws in the nation ugainsi Kanilnfi. is expected to rule on the i>lar soon, Kjne «nid. October, and has laid propositions before fair ind exposition managers • i> Sim Antoirio. He will not oper- ate the system, however, unless a test ot its legal ivy is ma\lc before- The plan is that anyone paying | Rare Records Lost admission to the races can also "contribute" $."> or $7 or whatever he likes to the purse for the race, in the name of whatever horse he In Vienna Rioting WILL TEST CASE "Investment,'' Not Wagers, Is What Outiay is Called ** ? AUSTIN, Texas. — (AIM—Horse racing on a plan profitable 10 those who pick their horses right, and yet held by Supreme courts of II states as not really "betting." may return lo Texas if a court test is favorable. William 1'. Kye, Californi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

■V • ' ' ' m < WHY NOT BUY IT IN BORGER j (ft ■In 1 — o Phone 13 OFFICIAL I'L'UMCATION CITV OF BOWiElt, TEXAS ALL DEPARTMENTS VOL 1.—NO. 237. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1927. TWENTY PAGES THREE SECTIONS PRICE 5c / i 2 ROBY OFFICERS KLLED '{• * * * H- * H< X- H- H> * t- ■{' H- V- * * * * V -T V •j*. X* H* *{• tf* BIG STORM MAY HAVE REDFER ANDES PEAKS OR CARIBBEAN SEA MAY HIDE FLYER Young Wire Grows Nervous For Safety of Daring Husband LONG OVERDUE Flying Musician Expected to Arrive in Rio at 2:46 P. M. MIAMI. Florida, August 27 (AI1) Word of si t.roplesi 1 storm which raged in tile vicinity of Great Abac- us, Bahama, Thursday afternoon during I he hours that Paul Red fern wuk due to have passed ever that area on his Brunswick-Brazil flight was brought here late today by Robert Moore, seaplane pilot, who expressed the belief that the flyer was forced down by the gale or driven off course toward mid-ocean. PANHANDLE PRODUCTION IS UP HUTCHINSON 01L COMES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

THE BORGER DAILY-HERALD SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1927. Getaway and Speed Promised by New t\ . Cars SIX CYLINDERS Four-Speed and Four-Wheel Brakes Add to Efficiency <1 i v Im- new line which i:i in three Oraliam Brothei n, tlie truck ion 'of lloilfee Brothers; lin< day introduces h eomt.ietis of trucks, tltf* leaiuros of a fast ond powerlul nix two-ton ehasai* available type:i. Introduction of ie six cylinder 2-ton truck and improvements in the preueni line of fours in I!-!, I and 1 1 -1! ton capacities constitute a notable step forward in truck de- sign which should aid materially in speeding up traffic and loverlns; commercial transportation costs. The quick acceleration and brak- ing and the l'a.si economical ser- vice on the open road of these new trucks is comparable to that of the line passenger car, while the qualities of rtigsad strength and dependability for which Crahani Brothers trucks have always been noted are retained. A four forward speed transmission in the new H- ton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

BUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1927 THK KORUfSK DAILY HKKAUf) PAGE ' ',11 * THREE Tunney Chooses Training Quarters v. wrrsrrrsgjK; 75r->* SOSM* VP rWimvHM •will BREWSTER Oil ACTIVITIES INCREASING W oils Going Down Fast In the Vicinity of Alpine MORE LEASES Eastern Operators Expected to Enter the Field Shortly ly are nolo! in thf netlvlt}' of pro- motei'K hero roroiilly Soveml IukI woIIh tiro liov l)oijiK drilled. In addition to ii (osI well soinR down on lli<^ Mrlutyi'o rauili a few | miles smith of Aliiino, one or two ! are to lioj;! nuoon on the I iu rannli j below hero, anolhor lost noar Mara- |tlion on Iho IJooio raneli and two j inoro Koinn down noar Lennox, Htill |Krealei- Uilllihfc iiriivity is oxpe.clod in lioRin in the county williin llio noxl few wocl-.s as n result of loasof recently oliiained by eastern opoia- 101*8. I) W. 1-iiKiil and Asa A tones, who own about llll.iiOO acres of land in eastern MivwhUt county in tliu recently nave an oil on :',n,0«(l acres of Mc.Call, oil op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

I >AGE FOUR "" er Daily Herald IS"* PnbUHhwd at 102 South Main Street, Borger. Texas, every Evenlnir llxcept Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NUMN-WAHHKN PUBLISHING CO.. Inc. N£AL B. MORRIS __r T. B. CA'UFIELD _2 Manager Managing Editor l > v INV* Entered as second-class matter November 23, 19 26, at the post office at Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. Til 8 Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication oi all news dispatches credited Limit or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein i. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year G mo. I) mo 1 mo Sr ening and Sunday $7.50 $4.00 $2.00 70c Evening only 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Hunday Oulv 2.50 1.35 70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY r • Week Per Month By Year aec 70c • $8.00 Ail unsolicited articles, manuscript?. '"Iic-s nail piciures went to Tho Ht-rald are sent at (lit owners K and the >u Wishers expressly re- pudiate any liuljil, t> or respon Ij.1 1 for -«.!e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, rtHE BORGER DAILY HERAC!) I t I \ PAGR FTVf! I IT' The Women's Page Conducted by Miss Irene Irvine Husbands Join ; Scouts Have Laff-a-Lott Party Swimming Party Mrs. Clyde Noil! wan IiokIphs fnr| Instead of tliu members of the Luff-a-Lott chili the canyon and their hnshands last Thursday evening)?. The first prizes were won by Mrs. P. R Hurtle ;i 1 ul Mr. Moyer, the second were awarded to \V. O. Bartle. Miss Howitli and Dr. and Mrs. Cobb were guests. Ice cream and cake was served the club by Mrs. Neill. Will Entertain Sunday Class Mrs. (ieorge Collins will entertain her Sunday schlol class. The Royal Legions, on a swimming; party next Monday or Sunday and is planning on inviting several other guests. The. party will probably be held at th« local pool. Senior B. Y. P. U. Plan Mystery their weekly outing to last Friday, the girl scouts had a swimming party at the Happy Hollow pool. The afternoon I The senior I!. V. I'. I'. is planning was spent rollicking in the wate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

■ bpe $ %v'. • ' '4 SOCIETY Plete the patrols so lhat tlie charter iiiu.v bo obtain?'! before the beginning of lht> school year- All Bills aliovi; ten years who would like to share the fun and advantages or the Hoouts are invited to attend the next meeting at the Methodist church at !) in the morning with fifty cents for registration- The Scouts are al- ready making plans for a winter cain|> in their canyon and will soon have barracks complete, a swimming I hole started and everything made com tollable for week end stays dur- Saturday ing the coming season. Only hall) a $ozen more girls are needed to complete the roll so those that would like to be charter members of the Borger Girl Scout troop are advised to register in tiie coming week. All parents are invited to at- tend the next meeting. .... .. ... THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1927. Women Sell Plenty of Pies The Baptist Missionary Women's food sale, conducted :*l O /ick's and the Piggly-YViggly stores Saturd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

r SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD I m PAGE SEVEN «. hwvwuuwwuhvw< i turn anrl Voilcoff'x murder in War- SjMmv. ban precipitated a wave of mil- Daily Herald Classified A ds ■ WW vm _ m _ - w m w ' . '"i-1 MI ad* I l/«f F * • fl Ia/ sft *1 f /a^c^> It /kv •If <• ; I itarv least;v,h<>|;h of defeiiHe, dayH of aviation, and sham fi^lns of all j:orl^, on a largo and count I ry wldfl sea!c. Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results y J;! ;; ■ ___________ RATES: Two cents per word per insection, three inserlions for live want ads are cash in advance. cents per word. All 4- FOR SALE For Sale or itent .'i houses, rent $15 to $211 a month. 1 y2 IjIocUh East Dixon Creek lloupllal. 2:!7-:up For Sale—Cierman Shepherd I'o- llee pups, a few left. From import- ed fully trained stock, (let one at summer rut price, the dependable guard dog. II. C. Carpenter, (.'lit ton, Tex. 2117-llp Hi:i,l' U'ANTKIi FK.UAI.K Sh,i,ii,I , ♦*x perii'iiccd only need apply. Kicky Ht inn ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

A:, V PAGE EIGHT THE BOR'GEH DAILY HERAEH BORGER LEAGUE PENNANTAT STAKE AGAIR Marland and Prairie Will I Continue Unfinished Series SPLIT SEASON Prairie Has First Half Title, j Marland Winner of Last Defender With llie championship of the Borger Industrial baseball league at stake, Marland and Prairie teams will clash this afternoon at the hall park for one or possible two games, deciding the best two out of three victories to cinch the pennant for 1927. Marland and Prairie begun their series last Sunday by playing one game, Marland taking the win for the edge on Prairie. If Prairie is to take the title, two games will be played today and Prairie must win both of them. If Marland is to walk through the series, but one game will be played this afternoon, giving the Marlaiulers two ivtcories. Prairie defeated Supply in the seini-windup last Sunday afternoon and the right to meet Marland. win- ners of the first half of the city league season. Prairie was awarded the first half schedule...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

« r • {,*•*. ■ v.- -.* ■ . • . ■rv.r? •' tl m-" > , • V ft ■ • ■ I- ■ 1'dik . .V; v, ,f: , HOTEL BLACK HOTEL BLACK SECTION SECTION offh i w, l'riti.ration citv or monger, trxas PRICE 6c VOL 1.—NO. 237 ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 28. 1927 9 • t \ FORMAL OPENING HOTEL BLACK TUESDAY BIG NEW HOSTELRY JUTS UP FROM BORCERS' SKYLINE View of the Lobby of the New Kiack Hotel Borger'H rugged skyline lias iat Inst been broken by the wonder city's first metropolitan hniIdiiik —the Ho- tel Black. • Looming high over the better buildings of South Borger, the new three-story hotel sliticluru lends an air of progressive development, re- flecting directly on Borger's bid for pt-rmanem y. Complete in the mi nil lest detail, from roof gulden to mezzanine, the Hotel Black is indeed a credit to the city which has been in existence but little more than a year. The building is fifty by one hun- dred and fdrty feet three stories high with structural provisions for two additional stori...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 28 August 1927

'AGE TWO Eji&l • -V'H THE BQfcGER DAILY HERALD noN COPYRIGHT 1927WUEA Service 'J/ Clniie austln I ' ,N Si . IPPIP I . * t„ r § )-• & ^ , + - j*' n now," :.lio announced. anyone.' iinppy. I'll 'I'm foil!" lo trie- :i Ion trust "mi lu see thai I'm noi (lis Ini-'ht-il isi: •; i v 15 e .: i: toimv -— i- «ristnj- ' i'-"1 ' i ::iii-: of (In* It! Htm < . r.HAI'TKR XXXIII :i < i-iiii-.ro: i i-;i; \ < MM-1 |„ j it tit instant of time while liis plain secreiai-.,, iiu;> a j. t. , ivun fori-inly kcj t her from ic-iiuij i in-, tin- coinpa::, cos- ii;: critei'. ins the kidnappers as they >!!■•('i<- . The beau: < ■ ;:''iial:s!, ]t. . i, . Ve.-Yce had time to i■< fa iliii.niiiR Vera, cop-«-s ;■ pit i ure i, ;; , ,• probable consequences .f.-rr,v flml-v ill his desk, nn imcap- that would have folowed her reve- tiiitied (rluml pl'. till-.- of n lovet., ; „( i,,.,- r«.al identity. Her in- v. xoaii. stinet had been to cry out that she •J'it; inlis i.i i-.vi- \> i': \...

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