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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 December 1943

1 OD ELESS YOU merry Gen laSSEEESEBBSZCSEEES Gentlemen tlemen lets get the Yule log burning Bring on the viands and let the joy bo unconiined for Christmas comes but once a year At this holiday time as in the past we are mindful of our indebtedness to you for your generous patronage and pledge once more our determination to be still more deserving of your friendship 1943 HBffifis Timeshave changed but Christmas remains unchanged the years outstanding holiday in the timeless cycle of love and good fellowship In the same old familiar way it gives us pleasure to wish for you in this season of 1943 the most in Christmas cheer and enjoyment EARL RHEA Krwuaae 1UUlWWJt T lirTwl7 Jlt7ip vy73 VfJftTTJ J S Glory to God in tho highest and on earth peace good will toward men Who can estimate the value of good will that priceless ingredient so conspicuously mentioned in that first glorious Christmas message Bo assured that we highly ap- preciate your good will It has been and will continue to bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 December 1943

r y From Cremlanda ir moun- tains to Indias coral sirand the agoold colebratlen ot Christmas is In progress In this saason ol universal good will we welcome the opportunity to thank you for that measure of confidence you have shown In us during 1943 and other years We will do our utmost to continue to deserve It n Nolen Hardware and Furniture Co rmerican Cfjrt tma 943 7VMONG the things for which XA our boys are fighting Is the right to celebrate Christmas In tho traditional American way It Is with particular pride In ourcoun tryls accomplishment in this direc- tion and with firm faith for tho future that we send you now our heartiest Christmas wishes Cactus Cafe FDRdayte Every worker Bliould increase the amount of bonds he or she is buying yietsp mHrfyniwvrK MRM tiimTMAl 1943 GENTLE WORDS OPEN HEARTS WILLING HANDS SOFT MUSIC FRIENDSHIP LOVETHIS IS CHRIST- MAS MAY IT BRING YOU HAPPINESS AND JOY BEYOND EXPRESSION II Toggery As you tic up your Christ- mas packages think of us Well be t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 December 1943

THE HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS 7 SShS The Only Paper With Complete Coverage in Both City and Country TrTZaZ y Li Volume VI CANADIAN TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 31 1943 Number It n A Mesidersliot FJJRS HIDES Canadian Texas CHURCH BElLS RINGING CRISP CRUNCH OF SNOW LEADEN SKIES EAGER FACES ITS AND MAY NEW YEAR OF 1944 OPEN A CHAPTER OF HAPPINESS FOR YOU The PuMliheni o < T < H wews Our entire business has been built upon friendship Wo look upon oil our customers as our friends ond ore determined to give them tho friend- liest service possible It Is our aim to wrap up a little friendliness in each transaction Thanks friends one and all for tho privi- lege of serving you And we want to say right now as fervently as we can say It HAPPY NEW YEAR i KB a worn out old II I boot we discard the old year and we voice the hope that 1944 will Bee many more unpleas- ant things thrown into the eternal discard And now we join our friends in the general rejoicing and wish you a Very Happy New Year The Kill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 December 1943

THE GARR FAMILY by hod roche OURS WAS A GREAT ROMANCE HENRy l Y Lets Stretch That Gas Stamp with a- NEW CARBURETOR We Charge Batteries the Old Reliable Way NO PRIORITIES and Plenty of Parts for Dodge and Plymouth Cars All Chrysler Products trueblooFmotor CO ON THE THRESHOLD OF 194 + IT MAY BE APPROPRIATE TO I ENVISION A BETTER WORLD A WORLD WHICH SHALL AFFORD TO ALL NATIONS THE MEANS OF DWELLING IN SAFETY WITHIN THEIR BOUNDARIES AND WHICH WILL AFFORD ASSURANCE THAT ALL MEN IN ALL LANDS MAY LIVE OUT THEIR LIVES IN FREEDOM FROM FEAR AND WANT MAY GOD- SPEED THAT DAY WE PRAY AS WE SEND YOU OUR NEW YEARS GREETINGS 3he 3air IWKSKSSQHETBEHSr V fi if i

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 December 1943

i 4 Hie Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY LOCAL NEWS Carrol Ilentley son of Mr and lira Aubrey Bentley was struck by a car Wednesday while sledding on Kingmai street Firstca s seaman Clarence Ander aon of Canton Okla and Sgt Fred Dupy and his wife of Waynoka spent Chriftroas here with Mr and Mrs Othello Miller and children Abo Mr and Mrs A R liarnett and Mr and Mrs W W Anderson of Woodward The Rev A R Vaughan Is the new pastor of the Assembly of God church He came here from Amarilln and has been in charge of a church at Wayside Mr and Mrs Vaughan have four childrenLeonard GyndelJ Teddy Ray and Benny The church is located across the street from the court house and everyone is cordially invited to at tend Sunday services start at 945 1100 and 730 with Christs Ambassadors meeting at 6 30 Wednesday night services start at Tao FOR SALE1935 Ford V8 sedan with 1937 motor New rings Just installed by Ford garage also new spark plugs ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 December 1943

1PI i 1 1 JS5 The First of These is hung distinguishes American ONI democracy most sharply from other forms of government and that is its regard for human life Remember the historic dash to Nome in 1925 with lifegiving serum when death stalked in that far community Remember the Sqnalus zntl the al- most superhuman efforts made to save the lives of the 33 men trapped in her sunken hull hundreds of feet below the surface Remember the items about iron lungs rushed ro infantile paralysis ictims who could not breathe without therri Think of the mercy ships of the last war loaded to the gunwales with food for starving Belgians and Armenians the medical supplies and other equip- ment shipped to the Japanese when the horror of earthquake struck in 1923 the development of blood plasma penicillin and other ways and means of saving and prolonging human life Then think of nations where to take ones life by harikari is a national honor Nations where births are en- couraged only so that more and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 December 1943

1 I k T IS on New Years that we keep p open house a happy old tra- ditional On such custom occa- sions how important that ones home be inviting and comfort- able We have been particularly fortunate for many years in that we have helped our customers and friends to make their homes more livable To all whom we have thus served to all whom we may serve in the future we send the seasons greetings OOME day soon we hope to thank you personally for your kindness to us during 1943 But right now with the Spirit of New Years in the air we want to say HAPPY NEW YEAR m EARL RHEA f NTS home may be fralli its roof may shake Hie wind may blow through It the storms may enter the rain may enter but at New Years even such a home may be alight with cheer Standing on the threshold of 19X4 there Is reason to believe that the new chapter has brighter pages for all With this thought we extend to all OUR SINCERE NEW YEARS GREETINGS FLEWELLING HARDWARE k Abovo the clangor of tho midnight bells ono might hoa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 December 1943

a in i I Tho first Union Flag of 13 stripes was unfurled by George Wash- ington on New Years Day 1776 Thl3 Is another good reason for rejoicing at this time for Old Glory Is a symbol of freedom wherever It waves So Happiest Now Year to you and God bless you one and alll Nolen Hardware and Furniture Co QestVishs nappy New Tear to the people of this community We want everyone to know that we retard the popularity ot this store not only as an honor but as a crave responsibility We will meet that respon- sibility by making every effort to Improve our service in 1944 CANADIAN GRAIN COOP < CTJV wj WifJty < rfcy ygy > twiwr < nir Vvv > a J k The success we enjoyed in 1943 is not merely the result of chance It is the accumulating reward of long years of effort on our part to give the most in quality and service foe your money That policy holds good in 1944 a year which we hope will shower many blessings upon you Canadian Motor Company m mms An old adage assures us that silenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 January 1944

Largest Circulation In Hemphill County MS Volume VI PIOUTUNITY KNOCKS HERE RATES Two cents per word first raBertlon one cent per word etch following consecutive insertion of the same ad Minimum prices first insertion THIRTY CENTS each additional insertion fifteen cents WANTED Beef cattle Must have had grain or milk fat Weight 400 to 800 pounds Studers Market Phone No 28 tfm LOST Gold bow pin green Bet and pearh Reward Mrs John Jones tfnp FOR RENTA fourroom furnish- ed modern house See Mrs T H Hollis ur call 321J Itp30j3 FOK SALE John Deere rowcrop tractor and planters Lloyd Cole Gem Tex 3tp60j3 BOYS OVERALLS Well tailor- ed U S government heaviest weight O D Shade Herringbone Cotton Twill bib overalls sizes 4 to 12 88 The Fair ltnp5 FOUND Mans leather glove for left hand News Office It NOTICE Get tyour machines ready for 1944 Theyjwill have to last you Forrepaira and service see- the SingerMaytag Shop 2tmjl FOR SALE 1936 Chevrolet 2 door coach Good tires Also 1933 Ford V8 See Earl C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 January 1944

use To Csistffisctiosi we will be unable to take any- more meat until further notice Lets Stretch That Gas Stamp with a- NEW CARBURETOR We Charge Batteries the Old Reliable Way and Plenty of Parts for Plymouth Cars All Chrysler Products trueblood motor CO A Hesngtosltot FURS HIDES Canadian Texas A son was born to Mr and Mrs Roy Mathews of Dumas at the Canadian hospital Monday Mrs Wiley Wright returned to Canadian Tuesday after spending the holidays with her son Charles in Calif YdmIl Ee Your Choice SPECIAL CLEANUP of alt Ladies Hats Our ready towear department is in excellent shape All best makes and qual- ities When you buy of us its got to be good The above prices offered for a short time only THE PHONE 198 Be Quick To Treat Bronchitis Chronic bronchitis may develop If your cough chest cold or acute bron chitis Is not treated and you cannot airord to take achance with anymedl clne less potent than Creomulslon which goes right to the seat of tho trouble to help loosen and expel ger...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 January 1944

T il Volume VI To tho People of this Community YOV AHE IMPORTANT There Is no such thing as a little Investment In tho Fourth War Loan Your 25 or 50 or 100 Extra war Bond may not have great importance in your mind in making up a 514 billion dollar total for individu- als But multi- ply yourself by 130000000 and then you see in real perspective how truly great each citizen becomes in massing national strength against the Nazis and tho Japs Capt Maurice Witherspoon Navy chaplain aboard the Car- rier Wasp when she sank tells of a rescued wounded sailor who as he regained conscious- ness asked Did I do my best Thats the only question you too have to ask yourself when you decide the extent of your personal participation In the Fourth War Loan There undoubtedly will be large single purchases of War Bonds In this community but yours It It Is your best will deserve equally the red white and blue shield you are privi leged to display In the window of your home So Left All Back the Attack THE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 January 1944

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher Do you feel left out of it ARE YOU missing the chanre to shire in this war miss- ing an experience youd value all your life Right now in the WAC you could be doing a vital Army job You could be gettinjr valuable training meeting new people seeing new places while serving your country More Waca are needed at once Get full details about eligibility traing pay the jobs Wacs do how they live Go to the nearest US Army Recruiting Station Your local post oflko will give you the uldrets Or write The Adjutant General Room 4416 Munitions Building Washington D C Do it today Tor You To Ted Well 24 hours every day 7 dayi every week nc r stopping tlio kidneys filter na matter from the blood If more people were aware ot how tho kidneys muat constantly remove sur- plus fluid excess acids and other wnsto matter thnt cannot stay In the blood without injury to health there would be better understanding ot uhy the whole system is u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 January 1944

jinaJ u t Today with th i Sr i w THODAY the 18th of January Americas FourthWar Loan starts JL It is the largest of all war loans in terms of individual partici- pation in the amount you must dig down for And it is perhaps the most important of all War Loans For it comes at a time when the eyes of all the world are upon us the eyes of our friends the eyes of our enemies the eyes of our own fiuhtinc men We have just entered the crucial year of the war a year of des- tiny a year that promises to decide how good or bad a world well have to live in all the rest of our lives And the world is wondering how deeply we mean it when we promise our men well back their attack and when we promise our Allies well stick with them not only through the winning of the war but through the winning of the peace as well The Fourth War Loan is the home fronts first big test of this new and vital year It will take unity and determina- tion of will of all the people to make the Loan succeed The need for this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 January 1944

we will be unable to take any- more meat until further notice Lets Stretch That Gas Stamp with a NEW CARBURETOR We Charge Batteries the Old Reliable Way and Plenty of Parts for Plymouth Cars All Chrysler Products trueblooFmotor CO J WOULD a wounded soldier WHAT of you if he could hear you say I cant afford to buy an extra War Bond He might remind you that he couldnt afford to go to war But he went and now hes making more sacrifices for you No wonder he expects you to do something that will help him OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE RATES Two cents per word flirt Insertion one cent per word etch following consecutive insertion of the same ad Minimum prices first Insertion THIRTY CENTS each idditlonal insertion fifteen cents LOST Mud chain Jan 2nd between home and post office write H n Zoller Canadian lt3010 FOR SALE Radiant circulating heater medium size Used very little price 2800 R E West Phone 310W Itp3612 FOR SALE Crosley radio 8tube console model In use 7 months like new Phone 189 ltnp12 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 January 1944

f w Volume VI E1IPIID Largest Circulation In Hemphill County 1125 BAKED FRESH TODAY Assorted Layer Cakes ea 20c 30c Angel Food Cakes ea 30c 35c Cinnamon Rolls pkg of 6 12c MEAT DEPARTMENT PURE PORK LARD bring pail lb 19c Cottage Cheese lb 23c Fresh Ground HAMBURGER lb26c Short Ribs of Beef lb 19c TENDER BEEF ROAST lb 29c Best Grade Sliced Bacon lb 42c Smoked Bacon by the piece lb 37c BEEF BRAINS lb 22c Little Pig Saus lb 40c From Mama to Yokohama Send your fats to the rats We have Ample Milk at this time Our Market will give you 3c and Two Ration Points FREE for every pound of fat STUDERS MKT BAKERY The Only Paper With Complete Coverage in Both City and Country CANADIAN TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1944 jTragJratwwjiujTi vrwnHiyrm leafing PAYNE FLOOR FUHGES Phone 288 Oft Established Routes S200 a Year Sc a Copy Number 17 PALACE THEATRE Canadian Texas FRI SAT JAN 2122 Two Slicms for the Price of One Ropcrt Paige Anne Gwynne Noah Beery Jr Diana Barrymore Leo Carrlllo Andy Devlne Tex Rlttcr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 January 1944

The Hemphill County Uews CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY LOCAL NEWS Mr and Mrs D White and chil- dren of Tulla Tex will arrive here Saturday to visit Mr Whites par- ents Mr and Mrs John White Mr and Mrs Lee Ehallcr of Lockney Tex are the proud parents of > baby boy born Sunday W B Phillips left Tuesday tor an army camp in South Carolina His sister Mrs John Rockel left for Florida the same day Harold Iteed was dismissed from the Veterans hospital at Amarillo Wednesday and has returned to Canadian One Car of Shipped the 17ftla and should be here by tomorrow GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW Phone 266 fcfine War EfiSbrt Without Natural Gas it would be difficult if not impossible for our country to participate in the present war on such a tremendous scale No other fuel could serve the needs of so many people so easily so ef- ficiently and so economically You can aid the war effort by preserving this important fuel You can aid the war effort by keeping your g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 January 1944

iff ft C trf > ilsiiiiiffiiiiRjttii sf Every patriotic home in America will want to display this emblem Paste it on your front door or on a window to show that you have done your part in b jjg r s Isms fen ifaita rfJ uysffflB fr p f p this embhml emblem is a symbol of your patriotism It tells tho Tins that you have done your full share in tho 4th War Loan Every trueAmerican will be proud to display it at home Our valiant fighting men soldiers sailors and marines on every farflung battlcfiont are on tho attack forging ahead steadily relentlessly Nothing on earth can stop them IP wc hvck tiilm up Backing them up means throning every dollar we can possibly spare into the fight right now even if it takes sacrifice pn our part Thats the purpose of this 4th War Loan Drive To earn the right to display the 4th War Loan Emblem you must invest in at least one extra hundred dollar Bond at a cost of only 575 over and above your regular iJillWmwH UikiKr vvmkim War Bond subscription But dont s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 January 1944

LOCAL NEWS Mrs Stella Rush of Skeilytown is the new manager of the Silver Grill cafe Too cafe lias been com- pletely rtdecoratcd Harry New who resides at White Deer is in partnership with Mrs Rush The Pioneer club will meet in the home of Mrs K II Stone Monday Pfc John C Nix has returned to his post of duty at tho Walter Reed hospital in Washington D C after spending a two weeks furlough here- with his wife and his parents Mr and Mrs Jack Nix The lriondly Needle club met in the home of Mrs II It Miller on 1riday Jan 11th The hostess serv- ed refreshments to three guests A Iiesnstelii turs ihdis Canadian Texas I resort Our Sp who is making the Greatest Sacrifice Good Food Good Service Reasonable Prices STELLA MUSH Mgr Your Patronage Appreciated t SSs y i sf The woman who gives up buying a new fur coat and buys several 100 War Bonds with the money or the kid who gave his life for this country Think that one over before you say I cant afford more War Bonds THE Alii WAR LOAN starts next...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 28 January 1944

> 9 Volume VI OOP MUSIC g GOOD CAUSE Dance That tIters Admission 110 BAKED FRESH TODAY Assorted Layer Cakes ea 20c 30c Angel Food Cakes ea 30c 35c Cinnamon Rolls pkg of 6 12c MEAT DEPARTMENT PURE PORK LARD bring pail lb 19c Fresh Ground HAMBURGER lb 26c Short Ribs of Beef lb 19c TENDER BEEF ROAST lb 29c BACON SQUARES lb 20c Best Grade Sliced Bacon lb 42c Fresh Pork Ham or whole lb 34c Smoked Bacon by the piece lb 37c Sugar Cured Stamps R S T and U Expire Saturday January 29th STUDERS MKT BAKERY REMEMBER Basketball Tourney Today and Saturday THE HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Largest Circulation In Hemphill County MS The Only Paper With Complete Coverage in Both City and Country CANADIAN TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 28 1944 Blrthda Ball for flie President Postponed on account Basketball Tournament MONDAY NIGHT JANOARY 31 Canadian Texas CITY HALL 900 P M Bond Rally and Dance Feb 5th There will be a big bond rally and dance in Canadian February 5th to push the sale of bonds for the 4th war loan Speci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 28 January 1944

Want a- New Career TOU CAN very likely find Just the chance youre looking or IntheWAC If you havent a skill Army experts will teach you Perhaps youd like to drive a Jetp work a teletype machine or help direct airplane traffic Whatever you do you will get valuable training learn interest- ing things and help eet thii war nonj TODAY get full details at the nearest U S Army Recruiting Station your local post office will give you the address Or write The Adjutant General Room 4416 Munition Duilding Wash- ington D C Be Quick To Treat Bronchitis Chronic bronchitis may develop It your couchchest coldor acuto bron- chitis Is not treated and sou cannot afford to takeachancewlthauymcdl clno less potent than Crcomulslon which goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal rawtcnderlnflamed bronchial mucous membranes Creomulslon blends becchwood creosote byspeclal processwlth other time tested medicines for coughs It contains n...

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