Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 203, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1938 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BORGER (TEXAS) DAII.Y
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of any tt«-
with (bote wug. K ||()W
In the North. Ttjumii
Special I ti (I ii t> mew
tur , specifically tax
and "cheap labor" (,1.w)l|
be offered tiiunufiicttit <rs
"I Will JUHt point IUlt I„ I},, ,1 "
he declared ' ih , T
«re tired of payiu* ii,t, freight ni>
and buck on'our material,, ,|lnl
they want t„ buy products mud
by Texan labor |„
• hat pay tbelr fait nhure or i . ,
Saying that he considered T<ixa-
labor "worth a« lllU(.h. |, no(
more, than the labor to |>. found
In afy aei-tiou of ,t„. (
«latan," Thompson renewed |t;
platform pledge to organfgi<t j,.
BQMBS KILL ISO
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er of a erowi ed vegetable mar-
ket, «tul t-l shattered corpses were
counted there The only living
thlug appeared to be a pel mon-
key, chained in ,i tree.
Crossing the bridge to llonan
3 US. A MY
#i?ríf,uMv >r,r k|,1,,H V ""«wi i:. n ij t
oí tin^tubMor hlUtr* wi.Mi j„|,, ,,,
Nfodjui kwpvt.ii hwJiUy, Mont ,
u clay or 3 fmtaftttrt oí wit i
lr *5 «I!íl * fllPfO I. .A Iw
Wftinf wuh your ki.lrt v* or I Ul'< f,
.A" «J <sr, l"< "in lCt your
J? .1 fMWUoiul .'«Ir *>y «1 Iwníltr . mm
n« fluí céum. „( uiigmuu l<i4vk.'f I , rhwiut .i.c
ftitm, Ug mUm. I— ./pep éld «.¡iar#ryt ■ ¡;
thifnvR hü*l l' pUmtU H tjh'l-r
rL^ 1 ar««] tin
p ua2JH*S}. A"i í'"'r ,hf-r I><« ■«
-o.. ,Wof}.v ty U..II 118 1,1 i.,
f Í'V." l'**n bwl' «■
one ttaw -ja bodlt
i t Ui kf carriel wounded ti, hos-
Pit !* when- of t h< Injured
died before medical aid could be
I be A ."Hoi luted Pre** corres,
pondi in bai' to tie i handkerchief
bcropH IiIh face to keep out Kick,
i nliig smells in hombet] ureas
1* rum the ruina of one bonne there
wan a cry. then midden «Hence,
Indicating one more dead.
U.S. LOAN RATES
(t'oiiilnacn rrom. page ONE)
duitioit* in be made from these
'■•"e ratea in figuring loan for
wileal stored at varying distances
from the terminal*.
Wheat Mured on the farm, or
In local warehouses, or elevator ,
w-ll bring the co-ope rutin ir farmer
the base rale rot the terminal
Hecvlni; liia territory Ictta freight
' llamea and a four-ci tit a huahel
"tficlal said Ihev expected
very little of the wheat, to beator-
ed in the termina) inarketa. They
aii itioHt oi it would In- atored
on fariDH or' in local warehouaea
where Ii would draw ratea lower
than i lie (male one* ¡ et up for the
l''ain.ern obtaining (nana may
aiTt iider their wheat to the gov
frit nielli when ilir loan# mat It re
l ull p¡i.. men! ol' their ohllgif.
MRS. WOOTEN Count Determined
IS SPEAKER AT To See Young Sen
short mmv -"
vl/LItOlj LONDON, July 14—t>Pi—fount
— !Court Haugwliü-Keventlow di-eld-
roLUICOK STATION Tex . July i d today to remain In London njp¡P*'*,,n,ed
11 (A*>- Mrs. Wattle Moyd Woo- til he ha* een bin young «on in' !' a visit
laittce mentioned as the cauae of
trouble that may lead to a Dantnh
divorce of the Count and the for.
mer Harbara Mutton.
The 42-year-old Danish Count
PiPHMPPK tU! i ,(t 40
iiijMiy irllrt *ml wiU h«ip i¡ ■
kuliwv 'M'ftwh nut ; ,i«c,litW5i
. four ,lo..i. <;«.(■ Iionii'u lili
Hon The government would aa-
Mtnie Die storage chnrgea witlch
M ill III seven r< ||tM ;i blK(lle|
i otnidereiiil Htnrage.
I'roduc' is of iarm-stored vi lient/]
would reeeive ii payment, of «ov^n |
cents ii bushel for storage if they |
delivered the wheat to the gov.:
eminent as payment for loans.
UorrowciM may withdraw their
wheal ns n Hateml at an;, time
i>> |iny i UK int erest and Btor«#e
Iri'isHtfiPd Ads Got
Ileait It st
i iit made
h u h is
Look only to
1*' mik* <
ClfjUi*! JOS StJHirr BRKWlSCí COM PAW V. MU WAt'KKK. W1 .
AND HER BUDDIES
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ti n, dean of women of Texua ("td-
lege for Women. Denton, was the
principal speaker at the general
morning session of the annual
far mera short court of Texas A.
and M. college today.
Two thousand delegates at-
! tending the session heard her
talk on "social factors involved
In raising standards of living "
The short, conrse opened yea.
terdny with tidinesses by lltirry
Brown, assistant secretary of ag.
II. M. Williamson. ;
Texas extension service director.
Brown urged the farmer to
produce cotton foreign buyer
want through a general liiipiovt«-
meut program as an aid to Secre-
tary of State Hull' reciprocal
i rude program.
Williamson pralaed the work
done in soil conservation In Texas.
M. M Harris, editor of the San
Antonio Express, will deliver the
principal address at tonight's gen.
Texas agricultural writers also
began a session yesterday and will
hold IItelr annual b.iliquet lo-
plgbt. William Cantrell of Oreen,
vllle, secretary to Congressman
Sum Htiyblirn, atid J. K. Stanford,
i (liter of the Southern At/rictil-
i vi i int. will be principal apeukviw.
In Marine Corps
opportunity i afforded young
men ol character mid ambition to
carve out a career in the United
Mates Marine Corps, where there
Is a need for trallied men and
the medium throucli which to se-
cure this training.
' More security, more fun, more
excitement, and more all-around
satisfaction," are the reasons glv.
en by one marine for lontlnulntr
in the serviré
"I net good food, comfortable
quarters, free medical attention,
stood pay, and absolute security
as to em ploy liten I ; ml old age
If I remain with the Marines
Promotion i« definite and sure. If
I apply myself diligently to the
duties entrusted to me, and I will
receive a liberal pension when I
complete 3d years of service, or
a still more literal retirement
pay If I remain for thlry years
1 can nave more than the average
worker, find more amusement,
more friends and far more inter-
esting experience* through travel
than may be found anywhere e|ge
In the world " is the statement of
a third-termer in the Marines
Seven branchna of service are
open to every private who enllata
in the Marines Mualclan, signal
and radio, quartermaster, line, ¡
paymaster, aviation and mea , i
Pay scale* in these branches start ¡
at $ i 1.00 and graduate upward |
In branches to from >12(5.00 to!
f ir>: (Ml per month.
1 S, Marine Corps Heciuitlng
Office. 816-822 Allen lUiilding.
1700 Commetoe St . Mallas, Texas.
Inviten Inquiries reaardlng eu-
listmetii and full particulars will
come In response to a first re-
was said to have declared lie was
"anxloua" to see the handsome
blond boy. but at a court hearing
yesterday the nobleman proiuiaed
not to visit the Loudon mansion
where Lance is under heavy guard
nor aUeinpt to communicate with j
"I am making no statement on ■
the advice of my solicitors." the
London News Chronicle quoted
Haugwliz-Heventlow as saying
"Hut i have not seen my son
for four weeks and I am anxious
lo do so. The matter Is being ban.
died by my lawyers and until it
ia Hell led | shall know no Ilion- i
than you do."
The paper said the Count's see.
rotary stated the Count would
make legal application for per-
mistrtoit to see the sou "If necea,
Since the mother, heiress to the i
Wooiworlh fort une. already has
made Lance a ward ill chancery, |
putting hltli beyond control of el- .
tiler parent. Any meeting of tb
fit'her and son probably
require court sanction.
Miss Bobbye Modd has rut■ ril-
ed to her dutiea a* student nurse
in St. Anthony's hospital after an
18 duys* vacation.
Mr. und Mrs. Ouy Itogers have
to their home in Odessa
here In the home of
Mrs. Itogers and son.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. K Germany
und sous are visiting relatives
and friends In Brownsville and
Mrs. Albert Jcuuiugs has re-
turned from a visit in points in
It. IJ. Mitchell and Winston
have returned from a viait with
the former's parents in Wlualow,
Mr and Mrs. Merman Sleber
are the parent* of a girl. Irnn
Mrs. L. K. Fowler has been
called to ihe bedside of her fa-
ther, .1 Ferguson in Cladewuter.
Mrs. \V II. Mays is visiting In
Mr and Mrs. Jack Hick* and
Hess and Dean are vIsltltiK rela-
tives in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Skelth of Ada, okla., Is
of Kathryn Fowler.
Jetudo Parker of Little.
ii utiest in the home of
!•" M Parker.
Mr* T 8. .Smock was hostew i - —
to Circle 2 of the Woman's ,VII«. ' (iKr) j^rkey w
alonary Society of the Pblilip* (|
Methodist Church Tuesday after. -
Plau wore completed for ih<<
break last to be given Monday
morning at (luest Day of the Me.
At tending the meeting were
Mesdamcs J c Sledge. J B. Me-
ClellHiid, Fred .VcClarreu, Kills
Tlsdale. Jolly and the hostess.
ctreitt 1 of Women's Mlsslouury
Society of the Phillips Methodist
Church met at the Church Wed-
The Devotional and Bible Les-
son taken from the last auction
of Genesis was conducted by Mrs.
K. J. Heaves
Attending the meeting were
MesUaipes George Artust.roug. J.
(' Mtirtluud Arthur Swocuiey,
Burton Fluslmmons and K J.
Tie V. W. A. of the phflllps
Baptist Church met lit the home
of Ml"s Dorothy Baker for their
regular weekly meeting.
At,tending tile meeting were
Margaret Ivey, (¡ene Kller, Vera
Brazil. Pmilltie Brown Kvelyn
Baker. Gene Brakehtll, Lillio
u Tuesday bus-
transactor in Borgev.
j Will Larkey who has been III
for some time, is reported much
Mr, and Mr* Wilson Buchanan
f Canadian visited Mis Ella
Taylor yesterday They motored
< n to Morse, where they visited
Mrs. Buchanan's mother. Mis. O.
: C Dowdy and sister and family
i Mr. and Mrs. F tiametsfelder.
Mrs. Dowdy accompanied her
J C. Tankee of Morse wan a
■ Stinnett visitor yesterday.
; Mrs. Carl McDowell of Prlugle.
delegate to ill. Short Course aH
College Station was accompanied
liy Mr. McDowell and aon, Pat
They plan to visit in Houston and
(iclvcstou be ton returning home.
Mrs Homer White and daugh-
ter of Armurado camp und Mrs.
i.l. O. Wllkius and children of
Stinnett, who have been visiting
in White Flats, have returned
home. They were accompanied by
Mrs B. M. ti. Albright and chil-
dren, former Stinnett residents.
"Slfon/" Bert Harrison of
Morse was n Wednesday business
caller in Stinnett.
John Mutton of Dulhurt trans-
! relatives and friend 1*
i Mr sn.l Mrs Klwtn Urkty en-
' •ittitied a group of friend in
i heir home recently Tb vl ltor«
wore Mrs. Melvln Not rl nd ehll-
1 ditp of Borger, Mr- *d Mr .
Ijobii Robinson and daughter and
Mrs Strout. all of Csllforuls
M> and Mr* Mud Martin were
Wednesday visitors In the Zchb
Jackson home on the Smith Bro .
j Mr. and Mrs. Loon Jackson
ihave returned from a motor trip
Mr*. Fred McFarren plans to
leave tomorrow for California to
wait her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
CITY "Send un
Three children are
(looding. Hath Krnui (iarrett, the |Ocled buaineti* in the county seut
Npousor, Mrs. v M West «lid the yemerday.
hostess, j |,;(| "Blackle" siaid Is visiting
Pierce literally was on the "water!
wagon" but off It theoretical-
Pierce was fined $lf>0 In Police
Court on convictlou of driving
while drunk, lie wu* drlvlriv a
truck with n water tajik on It
when he bad a collision that led
to his arrest.
would j Meedinr: to death ju a wreck
I \u luticii and ii half ('osen
pel lot utniiionded by the frantic
lelepboue call, soon were retuov-
1'nlrolmnn Benton Tlbb* touch,
ed an apiuirently bleeding arm,
A Jar of raspberry Jam had
been broken. No one was hurt.
J unlit* W
liHdreii from a smashed
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JACKSONVILLE. Tex., July
14 - (i¡p) Picketing wan under
way today In the utility strike
which begun here Saturday night.
Members of tin- International
Brotherhood of Klecirlcal Work?
er* Local No. 7!>0 marched 111
front of the Gulf Public Service
Compuuy office building carrying
banner* reading "fiulf Public
Service Company unfair to union
Law enforcement officers aald
they would not Interfere a* long
a.1 picketing was peaceful.
n 111 o
Yon too, will get a real thrill
wbea you see your car all
dresaed up in the 1938 edition
of Hie famous Goodyear G-J
All-Weather—the tire that haa
outsold all others for 23 con-
secutive years. Millions of users
have proved it best—for safety*
long service and comfort—both
on and off the pavement.
vsnt pitia val
itwr. If 71W
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• Pillow, wedffe and flat
square types — add
while driving —
ideal for homo
and outdoor use.
Cone In regularly
for oar FREE 10-
attention to your
battery «HI aa-
inre fnu long,
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Special Sale Closes Mon-
day Mid-Nite. Cut Rate
Specials not sold to deal-
ers. Rights reserved to
I Patent Medicines
arte Phillips Milk Mag-
30c Bromo SeM/.er Ule
IMIc Alka Sell zee lllc
HOc Murine Kye Kcmcri.v 4Wc-
1.< 0 Olycns Mile
9I.WI Esllvln Hoy Kever re-
lief H c
«I.a.1 S.M.H. Tonic Wil-
li i.oo .-tcBerlka 7Wc
.Vic VlckS Nose llrops H7c
not- Meal hola l inn Nose
7.1c S<|iilbl> .Mineral OB fWc
«1.2 Petrohiger. «•
IMIc S> cu|, Pepsin, Cahl-
i 1.ini Haley's M-d Oil 7 c
'■i' ■>—wsws—ni i I Mil
ySc IAYEI ASPIID|TUJIl
■HO K MEWMR
II o/. Penslnr Kye llalli wltli
eye Clip 30c
75c Carold ami Itlle Sails fine
Tread Hasj Kool Powder,
large call Bile
(Guaranteed relief for tired
*2.011 S.M.S. Tonic 91.07
Ped, relief for alhide's
feel (giiHi-nillefO) 511
Cold Spot Corn llemover iW
(IJuai-anteed lo Nlo|i the | ul
and remove the corn)
| Baby Dcpartmcntj
50i Johnson's lluby
Powder . JUJc
25e I'yrex Nm-ers |7c
2l>c fl>geia Translucent Nip-
50c Pallium liuby food .17c
75c Fletcher's Castoriu 5lh
25e lilycerlne Kapposllor-
les ..._ . . 15c
Elidirte Fans *1.20 to 97.95
(We Onarantee Krfich Kan)
Jugs, ke«|>H foods or liquid*
hot or cohl *1.1 to **.05
Alarm Clocks, large assort-
ment, prices flc lo 94.VA
(Each Clock Ouarantoed )
Lunch Kit* «villi pint
l-nrgo .Into Chamois, cseel
lent values, priced at
91.IO und «2.50
\l hlelic .Supporters, «11
slics :fc1e - (Hit - «1.00
New Bond Elxl-l'ocUs Spot
Idle, entirely different
at only *i.aa • «i.nn
Match Straps, values lo «1.25
20c . lite • HOC
Anll.Venniu SnsJke-Blle Her-
Asepto Snake.Bite eul fit
Toilet Goods Dept
«1.00 Chamberlain's Hand
noc l.ucky Tiger Hair
ffOr HimrH Mom y & Alniuml
<'renin .. JI7«
PoiiflN rtvmiiw !47r
IM r lin iii' 47c
75r llttlr l>r<^shiK .Mir
I lb. Johnson's I nste Wax
with 1-2 lb l-'ree, OHc volu
all for .... 8th
lull Pin; «limitan
Polish , . .iiniii ISr
50c IJsierlne Antiseptic UOc
25c PepsfMlenl Toothpaste lllc
:io< Polideiii denial plaP
cleanser 24 c
Shaving Needs |
Eilll plnl Anilsepllne Mouth
Wash and 25c Antlseptlne
toothponder, both for IIH
Xew l r. West water-proofed
Schick Injector KosOr with 12
blades _ SOi
40c S«|ulbb Shaving Cm ttt
with 5 «louhle edgr
10c Styptic Pimcll - Te
10 Star Blades - fc
50c iturniA-fllinve. jar -, «te
25 - Nelson's «having
«I.OO I,avoris . . 72c
I,Uterine toothpaste deal— 2
25< tubes for 2M<
MONEY SAVING CUT-RATE PRICES THROUGHOUT OUR
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