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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 September 1939

W wF mr l Smr SANITATION RETAINS GOOD MILK FLAVOR f Careless Handling May Re sulmn Contamination Jlf PROr II A HERMAN The application of modem knowl r dfi0 and sanitary methods enable 2 the dajry producer and distributor m V1 Pro cct the fine flavors of milk W rhlch meet the favor of the con It umer according to research at the Julssourl college of agriculture M TiJ3acicria mQy cause changes In the flavor of milk Contamination rof the milk by bacteria may come irom careless handling of the milk or milk utensils at any or nil stages from the cow to the consumer Strict cleanliness proper cleansing and sterilization of utensils and holding milk at low temperature will eliminate most bad flavors due to bacterial contamination The exposure of milk to rays of the sun seriously a fleets its flavor The presence of iron or copper salts with the action of sunlight causes a speedier action than would other- wise take place The type of off flavor developing In this Instance is usually described...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 September 1939

ft Ve l 5 i < Py H WkfUtt B Assembly of God Church Come be with us I D It BATES Minister Methodist Church Sunday Church school 945 Morning Worship 1101 Ep worth leagues 700 Evening worship 800 Wednesday Midweek service 800 Choir practice 830 Thursday Missionary society 300 A cordial welcome to all D L McCree Minister Iresbjlcrljn Church Sunday School 015 Worship 1100 Intermediate CE 200 Choir practice each Wednesday at 800 Household Hints Continued from rate 2 however at the very most two for They arc quiia gmtcry and can easi- ly be overdone Itcntuood Tables These arc fea turcd at the San Francisco Golden Gate exposition and will be shown M the New York Worlds fair Smartly simple for modern or pro- vincial rooms ue predict that theyll be turning up icforo cry Ions at very reasonable prices ElslilecnlhCentury Tables There are many perfectly lovely ond Intri catc designs for Incidental tables In our heritage from Eighteenthcen tury England and France How those craftsmen of that pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 September 1939

Vol I E Miss Ruth Dappen and W F i Prichard were united in marriage WedneoJay evening with Judge E C Fisher officiating They were attended by Miss Velma Prichard and George Ragsdale Miss Dappen was employed in the Harvey House here fdr about two years About forty members of the Bap tist Young Womans Sunday School class of Arnett surprised Mrs Bill Flewelling with a basket supper Monday night LEE FOR OKI Mr and Mra J It Campbell and Mr and Mrs Bill Fields are leaving for Oklahoma to make their home They have been living on the liooverBtrader ranch nsnjpE Mrs Chvnault and children of Amarlfld arrived Tuesday evening for a visit with Mrs Chenaulta mother Mrs Bessie Tennison MESCAL 1KB T s l mmtley 2ffc Away back In the days when rhe Immigrant flood was rolling Into Now York and the newcomers were settling on the lower East Side the pullerln came Into existence Ri valry among merchants was keen and the Immigrant was easy picking So to get business men were sta Uoncdaffitside the doors o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 September 1939

The Hempliii County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MKS OTIirU O MILLER Advertising Representative PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY TURKEY PRODUCTION IS MAJOR INDUSTRY Fiftysix Per Cent Increase Shown in Past 10 Years Nearly S70 000 000 worth o tur Jwys at farm prices were pro- duced last year reports the burnu ef agricultural economics This lis ure was somewhat less than or 1937 but was larger than In any other year in the current decade and probably the second largest In the history of the Industry Since 192S the production of tur- keys has Increased more than 50 per cent from less than 17 000 000 birds In that year to more than 20 000 000 In 1018 Peak of production during the decade was nearly 28 000 000 turkeys In 1930 Hlchcst prices during the 10 year period were In 1929 lowest In 1033 The 1038 average 52 CO per bird was about 10 per cent lower than In 1920 Prlnclpil turkey producing stales In 1038 were Texas < 3 201000 birds California 2 025 000 Minnesota 2 143 00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 September 1939

Ktham I t lt > s Pmcdeltil u 3rPlfl onof Perrytonwoji Jij Fwft Saturday Dallas Baecctt of Bcntonville Ark who Is holding revival services at the Church of the Nasarsna each evening at 7 < 5 p ro Assembly of God Church Come Tie with usi D R BATES Minister y Methodist Church IU4 Hr > iMora f WoIpillOO Epworth leliKuiw U0 < Evening worship 730A v Wednesday Midweek service EQ Choir practice 8 30 Thursday Missionary society 300 A cordialwelqome to atll D Cr Minister Presbyterian Church Sunday School 9i5 Worship 1100 Intermediate C E 20O Choir practice each Wednesday at 80 tVE ARE npw pared to success- fully treat colitis Have thelatcst modern equip- ment In the oflice OUR PATIENTS are well pleased Have weli trained lady technicians who have their own separate pri- vate treating rooms OUR PRICES are very reasonable Examinations FREEJ Grape Juice Marsfrmtilows Cherries 35 = F Carrots Colorado 3 buaches i 10c Beets Colorado 3unc s L = wlOc Celery Colo Pascal bunch = Peppers fres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 September 1939

h JOHNSON Heinz Baby Foods reg jr size 3 for BLUE PLUMS nogit Can Lamb Chopslb JTr Steak tender lb Butter Country Roll Ib Peanut ButteriDest bull Sjlb DR1NG YOUR PAllTs T < j Beef Roasts nice cuts Ibriw Minced Ham 2 lb Bulk Sour Pickles 6 for Stew Meat lb Oleo Allsweet lb Oleo Blue Bonnet lb v wiajMTirif i 1 5 A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Phone 47 Saturday i 6 Large Bars scrless ftppi 4 B ce assortment of Fruits vegetables Stand Watermelons W GRAPES jimpsons Seedless Tokays jPySc NA Sjrfen e > fd5 5c ibJCTyKusscts 10 lb 19c j gocd cookers 4 lb 25c EJcots dried 2 lb 25c 3 NO 2 CANS 25c diced CORN cream style BEETS Empsfrnlfollced Peas Blgjilffs neapple Santa Fe Crushed llo 10tM59L Hatched sliced 2 No 212 cans lv3Sc tehes 6 boj cart gdll 18c f G Soup 5 lg 1 M Irape JuiceNlelsah > 5fil3l ozitCan r > Ii9 Raisins 2 lbfpltg gjHBL ljg lominy ToxasfSpoCiajNjBB2fcari Kraut lg 2 12 can 2 for V Sf Jello asst flavors 4 pkgs 19c Nifty Cookies the cake of cakes doz JF5c HyPro Cleans Bleaches...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 September 1939

FOR SALE OR TRADE20 acres Rio Grand valley land near McAIIen Will trade for Jand here F H Boren Moueetie Texas WANTEDYour cement work by day or hour Rajr Hawks EGGS16c Yeagers Grocery JUIIK WANTED Steelton MOO Cut ton Car Batteries each 0e Capper lb 3c HMTjBlMllb Aliuatnunl lb 5c Libt Bran lb lc Lira lanerTnbee lb lc SHEPHARD Salvage Metals lllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllll PALACE CANADIAN FRI SAT Hopalong Cassidy IN 11101 I THE SAGE Wm Boyd Windy Hayes SUN MON MICKEY ROONEY LEWIS STONE In Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever li TUE ONLY The Jones Family In Hollywood WED THU Man About Town Jack Benny Por ny Lamour lilnlillililUiIiIllinifl l > pr At the Dock 100 lbs 30c HrlEEH On tho Highway G L CRONISTER Mgr Ulitn f TA Kwr tJVrvfMM trilh Htrpmt 5 Mi J mj Alnd WillnMia AWae ttMm Af Cfe37fe rf ° jwj LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 COPIES WITH5580 READERS Vol 2 No 1 MAGNOLIA SERVICE STA BOB SMALLER PHONE 101 Canadian Texas The Only Paper With Complete Coverage in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 September 1939

WE ARE now prepared to success- fully treat colitis Have thelatcst modern equip- ment in the office OUR PATIENTS are well pleased Have well trained lady technicians who have their own separate pri- vate treating rooms OUR PRICES are very reasonable Examinations FREE Dr W R German CANADIAN TEXAS yri mf FREE Canning DEMONSTRATION Miss Lola Thompson Home Economist Correct and economical methods for preserving Meats Fruits and Vegetables in Individual canning prob- lems solved No Metal Taste Sept 18192 pm CAVINS HARDWARE CANADIAN TEXAS ailinniwiii < uiMM ui ini8HlwH i i The Ball Glass Company invites every woman to attend Your Best Way to Save FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES CARROTS Colo 3 bunches 10c TOMATOES homegrown 4 lbs 25c LIMES fresh doz 10c BEETS Colo 3 bunches 10c BANANAS fancy yellow doz 10c MANGOES Colo lb 5c Cornflakes KELLOGGS DISH FREE 2 large pkgs 15c K C Baking Powder lg can 18c Green Beans fancy no 2 can 4 for 29c Corn Standard Cream Style no 2 can 3 for25c Apricots Little ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 22 September 1939

I Gabby Veteran Cub Backstop By ROBERT McSIIANE WREN Charlea Leo Hartnett Chicago Cub catchermanager itrapped on hit protective armor to catch his 1727th game he estab- lished a record which is expected to stand or decades to come if not I forever The new mark was made with Cabby catchlnt mil Lee In the accond Wrlgley field series with the runnertip St Louis Cardinals Though Cub victory would have been In order the Cards had no sense of the fitness of things In gen- eral and whipped the Cubs 4 to 2 The previous day the situation had been reversed with the Cubs on the long end of an 11 to 3 count Thus was relegated to the ash heap the longstanding 1728mark set by Ray Schalk with the White teox from 1912 through 1S28 1721 games and with the Giants In 1929 five games No ouier catcher in the two major leagues has ever approached these imarks and it will be a long time if ever that another one does Sim diaries Leo Hartnett pie mathematics proves that it will be at least halt a decade bef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 22 September 1939

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MRS OTHELLO MILLER AdrertUInft ReprcsentatWe PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY TATTOO MARKINGS IDENTIFY CATTLE Breeding and Registration Records Protected By DK GEORGE E TAYLOR It Is Important that dairy animals bo properly marked for Identifica- tion purposes otherwise there Is certain to be confusion on breeding as well as registration records Ear tattoos properly put In are most sat lsfactory identification marks for they remain legible during the en- tire ljfetime of the animal These facts have been determined In studies at the New Jersey college of agriculture The American Jersey cattle club has required tattoo numbers for registration for a number of years nd beginning January 1 1940 all unregistered Brown Swiss animals must be tattooed before the applica- tion for registration will be accept- ed The objection to car tags and number neck straps Is that they are sometimes lost In order to Insure satisfactory re- sults...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 22 September 1939

MESCAL IKE u himtuv muimnuiMWi iii Anything Up to Half a Ton 11CK1E SAYS UEAVlW UAUP BIUS OB ADVERTISIMq SHEETS AT TOLKSES DOORS IS OEST DISTRIBUTIOK1 WUTHfM ELSEWHILE CIRCULATION IS WHAT VOU GIT BY ADVERTISE IW THIS MEWSPAPER At the Dock 100 lbs 30c On tha Hlahway G L CRONISTER Mftr Cantlnued from page 1 The one game Gabby caught In 1929 caused the mixup That was the game which had been lost a game played In Chicago against the New York Giants on September 22 It was the only game Gabby worked behind the plate In that season of1 the great sore arm a baffling all ment that came and went with nei- ther rhyme nor reason but which kept him inactive through all the year save that almost forgotten aft- ernoon Merriwcll Finish According to Gabby his greatest moment In almost 20 years of big league ball came last year when he hit a pennantturning home run dur- ing a dark ninth Inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates Thousands of fans were just as thrilled as the great Gabby at the great Frank...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 22 September 1939

Perennial Refugee A perennial refugee Is Judith Ann Acker threeyearold daughter of a V 8 naval officer Born In China be was a refugee of the SlnoJap jtnese war She arrived on a U S liner recently with her parents m aefugee of the European war unchanged rise Denmark flag has been < haniod since 1219 InrrHltlHIIHmwU Live Wire KlUs Monkey Manchester It II Curiosity killed a monkey Alter wander- ing and shivering around the city or a week the little fellow nosed around to see how the states pub- lic service generating plant worked The monkey touched a circuit car- rying 2300 volts of electricity and foil dead GRAPES 3 Lbs 10c MANGOES red or green Lb 5c BANANAS Doz 10c BEETS or CARROTS bunch 3c Green Beans fresh Colo 2 lbs 13c ALLQN FRmT SPECIAL No 10 Cans CHERRIES isconsin 49c PEACHES Calif Cling 3 cans 100 APRICOTS Calif 39c BLACKBERRIES 39c PEARS 39c Cherries Royal Ann No Zj Can farmers nave an Interest In tne governments stamp plan be- cause U successful underprivileged people wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 29 September 1939

n ft x Ik A Vol II LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 COPIES WITH 5580 READERS J C K1LLE CULLED BY DEATH Canadian lost one of Hb best lovod tltlzens Sunday with the death of J C Killebrew Mr Killebrew had been in ill health for the past several months Born at Baxter Springs Kansas May 28 I860 he married Saluda C Ely Sept 141882 They celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary just ten days before he passed away Coming to Canadian In 1906 Mr Killebrew served as a city official for more than twentythree years Besides his wife he is survived by four sons James and Elvis of Cana- dian Fred of Arnett and Jack of Houston by five daughters Mrs Virgil Harrison of Hodgens Okla- homa Mrs LA Reed of Pampa Mrs W E Downs of Wichita Mrs Ben OFallen of Houston and Mrs Virgil Taylor of Wink Texas by one brother James L of Breckenridge Texas by one sister Mrs J W Norton of Jacksboro Texas and by 29 grandchildren and bix great grandchildren Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Tu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 29 September 1939

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MRS OTHELLO MILLER Advertising Representatlre rUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY XL S FARMERS JOIN FEW ORGANIZATIONS Church Ranks First Among Rural Groups ny nior w a andckson The belief that most farmers be- long to a large number of organi- zations Is discounted by studies of the department of rural social or- ganization at Cornell university In a study of nearly 3000 farmers in a typical United States rural neighborhood it was found that they belong to only one or two organiza- tions on the average but are loyal to them Twenty per cent of the farmers belong to no organizations and 30 per cent belong to only one Membership In three organizations appears to be the upper limit for most farm operators Organizations In which member- ships are held In order of their nu- merical Importance he soys are the church grange dairymens league farm bureau lodge other cooperatives and a socialcivic group Membership In the church leads a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 29 September 1939

< MbSPAL IKE Br s u muhtlet How do you make a Venetian WindPoke Poke out his eyes I suppose What More Could She Ask To a tramp who wanted to earn a bite to eat the woman said If I thought you were honest Id let you go to the chicken house and gather the eggs Lady he replied wlln dignltj X was manager at a swimming bath for 15 years and never took a bath Stray Stories Poor Fellow The banker was questioning the Negro applicant for a chauffeurs job Are you married the banker asked Nawsah boss replied the ap- plicant nawsah Aw makes man own llvln CANADIAN FRI SAT Gene Autry Smiley Burnett IN Home on the Prairie Another 4 Star Hit for SUN MON GOODBYE MR CHIPS WITH Robert Donat Greer Garson THE ONLY Mr Motos Vacation WITH Peter Lorrc WED THU An O K Road Show Treat f ANGELS WASH THEIR FACES The Dead End Kids Ann Sheridan liHlllllllHllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIllll Suede Plays Important Role In Wardrobe of College Girl By CHERIE NICHOLAS AGAIN comes up that ever recur- ring problem clothes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 29 September 1939

The Coach Br rni mjes e Ajioctated N WBpajri WNU Service WAS bad enough Roger Ker IT rlck decided to lose onel girl jind dunk one study without a per- fectly fatuous coach coming along to bawl one out In front of the team general nuisance of und malte a himself nosing Into affairs that were none of his buslnessl Just as If one wasnt likely to flunk an exam Or stay out late a few nights Life he decided had deteriorated to a pretty moss when a fellow couldnt even see his girl and go to a few shows without getting posted Most likely that prosey old coach had seen him with Diana and was plain Jealous Diana was always gay he reflect- ed he couldnt recall ever having seen her cross or Impatient with him or with any one for that mat- ter She made all her classes regu- larly and kept a fairly decent aver- age although the times she was called down In class for unprepared ness was noticeable But did she answer back Not so youd notice it Dl wasnt the crabby sort If any one wished to think har...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 October 1939

w i rt LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 COPIES WITH 5580 READERS Vol n Annes Anniversary M JOSEPH PETEBS 6 Associated Newspaper WNU Service nW7HEN nne Jnkln returned from her brief stay at tho hos gpltal the Very first thing > he did iwheo the entered the livingroom vuV > teat olttho little dally sheet calendar which tiling above the aplnet desk The tew days In the hospital had passed uneventfully save that the boles where her tonsils had once teen burned occasionally until the ciune put ah aspirin tablet on the back other tongue Thursday Mon- day Sunday they were allone in the hospital Quiet softvoiced nurses coming Into her room now and again with a dish of cracked lice milk thermenwlers AnneJen = Urn had enjoyed the few days bet ter than a vacation A day or two I would have been sufficient but as lone as Harry was to be out of town j ianyhow he had urged her to stay there rather than come home to the Jlahily iapartraenV f Continued on page 4 iTiWrASCOMfORWRE iMfi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 October 1939

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MRS OTIICLLO MILLER Advertising Representative PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BUSINESS RECOVERY VITAL TO FARMERS Revival of Employment Would Aid Agriculture Dy dr o n jrsscss Solution of a considerable part of the farm problem must We looked for In Industry rather than on the arm Colorado State college Is giv- ing serious consideration to the In terlocklng of these two major Amer- ican enterprises Industrial and employment recov- ery concern the farmer because Increased purchasing power among consumers means Improved demand for farm products Such recovery also will aid agricultural adjustment In that more opportunities for work trill be provided for the excess farm population Unsatisfactory prices and Income far farmers have led to programs seeking to raise prices by holding production or supplies offered on the market In check There Is not an adequate market to absorb at satis- factory prices all of the product farmers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 October 1939

i I MESCAL IKE b s t huntley Try and Tell a Woman Anything Let us buy your Cream Poultry Carnation Flour 48lb 129 Fully Guaranteed Complete Line of Feeds Canadian Grain Coop PALACE CANADIAN FRI SAT ZANE GREYS Heritage of the Desert Don Woods SUN MON ELSA MAXWELLS Hotel for Women Linda Darnell James Ellison Ann Southern TUE ONLY Tell No Tales Melvyn Douglas Louise Piatt WED THU They Shall Have Music Joel McCrea Andrea Leeds Worlds Foremost Violinist Jascha Heifetz Oct Ii Grtiter Mat la Stuoo if

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 October 1939

Annes Anniversary Continued from pace 1 With her hand yet upraised Anne started Thursday the fourteenth Their wedding nnnlvorjaryl Why the had completely forgotten it She had intended to return home sooner but a telegram from Harry had ad- vised her to remain away from home a little longer This morning on the way home he had not mentioned anything bout its being their anniversary day Perhaps he was planning some lovely surprise she thought with a Joy that was almost little girl in a fairy talelike In Its glee Yes that must be ltl Well Harry shouldnt be the only one planning surprises Anne flew about the house tele- phoning for a chicken hunting up the long satin ribbons she had saved from the wedding decorations for just such days as these hunting through the radio programs for the evening to see what would ba most appropriate to have playing when Harry came home at six oclock Although It was strictly against the rules of the building to keep a dog in the house overnight Just be- fo...

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