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Borger is the largest city in Hutchinson County, Texas, United States. Borger is named for businessman Asa Philip "Ace" Borger, who also established the Hutchinson County seat of Stinnett and several other small towns in Texas and Oklahoma. The strike was of a poor quality, and later wells in Borger and Pampa spurred the petroleum boom. The boomtown of Borger soon had steam-generated electricity, telephone service, a hotel, and a jail.
The first Panhandle oil well was drilled in the Borger area on May 2, 1921, on the 6666 (the "Four Sixes") Ranch of S. The first rotary drilling rig, built at the then staggering price of ,000, was placed into use near Borger by W. Regionalist artist Thomas Hart Benton depicted this period of Borger in his large painting Boomtown.
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When oil was discovered in early 1926, Weatherly returned and moved the town to the oilfield spur of the railroad near Borger.
In the months that followed, oilmen, roughnecks, prospectors, panhandlers and fortune seekers were joined by cardsharks, prostitutes, bootleggers and drug dealers.
Dixon Street (now Tenth Street) was the "red-light" district, housing brothels, dance halls, speakeasies and gambling dens.The Texas Rangers were led by Captains Frank Hamer and Thomas R. (Hamer would go on to later fame and even infamy as the man who killed Bonnie and Clyde.) The Texas Rangers did have a stabilizing effect, but Borger still struggled with lawlessness and violence into the 1930s, climaxing with the murder of District Attorney John A. This event caused Governor Moody to impose martial law for a month and send in state troops to help rid the town of its criminal element.Eventually Borger settled down, but not before town founder Ace Borger was shot and killed at the post office by Arthur Huey on August 31, 1934 (Huey was county treasurer and was irked at Ace Borger for not bailing him out of jail on an embezzlement charge. By this time the Panhandle & Santa Fe Railway had completed the spur line to Borger, a post office had opened, and a school district was established. In October 1926, the city charter was adopted, and Miller was elected mayor.