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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 April 1945

IV 31 Millions of Europes Liberated Citizens Are In Desperate Need of Americas Used Clothing Garments for Infants Women Men Boys and Girls Winter Caps Knitted Head Wear Bedding Fabrics of one yard or more Shoes Oxfords nil sizes which are durable mate them and tic in pairs arc needed All garments must be clean but need not be ironed I These millions of men women and children will suffer untold hardships unless they arc ade- quately clothed Check your closets and attics and let us more than do our part for those suffering human beings All Churches arc asked to announce this urgent need All Womens Clubs and Schools both in town and country are especially requested to take active part The Red Cross Sewing Room in Canadian will be open Saturday April 21st and 28th and these will be Official Collection Days Tor further Information sec Miss Hicks our Home Demonstration Agent or Mrs Chas W Cal laway Chairman of the Red Cross Sewing Room Hemphill County citizens have never fallen down on an...

Publication Title: Hemphill County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 April 1945

CjearT Dolun Williams won the dollars spnt Thursday night in the D A worth of War Saving Stamps last week with the first answer of 105 to the problem in The News Horace Dwight of Camp Barkley lfTj M MIJTg rEITg tflB reggTTr8nBTrffiwrrFgr Witt home Sir Dwight Is coowner of the Canadian truck line Henry Jahnel of Ciem is a local hospital patient mmiujiiiiiimw LIU11JJ Good Steaks Tempting Menus Good Service Reasonable Prices We appreciate your splendid cooperation and patronage E H Fort H R Miller I Phone 60 wBAi4iiwiu ± xrxnsKEisinrE2rT xrXBB re congratulate Mr Job on bis quick comeback in ness after the fireand a store 3 Canadian should well be proud of We want to thank every one of you who have favored us with your trade during this time and would appreciate very much at least a part of your continued patronage As we have said before we have serv- ed you as best we could under existing circumstances and to our old customers we hope to be able to serve you in our usual manner Let us ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 April 1945

Relatives Visit Mrs Praters ide Sunday Mrs Rhoda Prater has been quite lit lately in the home of her daugh er Mrs John McClure Relatives who visited her bedside Sunday were Mr and Mrs I II Prater and son Vestal of Canadian Miss Con- nie Joe Day of Spearman Mr and Mrs J F Prater and son Lynal Gale of Fort Worth Mrs J B Wil lams and children Johnio Dale and Ronnie Dean of Fort Worth Mr and Mrs V D Prater and children Shirlene and Bonnie of Shamrock Wanda Jean Trank3 of Shamrock Mr and Mrs II R Prater and son Verneal of Mobeetle Mrs W L Scott of Border and Mr and Mrs Jack C Prater and children Burley and Lavanda of Pampa Mrs Cordie Gill of Wheeler has moved to Canadian to make her home Mrs Gill a former beiuty shop owner at Wheeler is employed at Arties Beauty shop Mrs Slaven of Perryton was here Wednesday visiting her diugh terinlaw Mrs Mary I ee Slaven who is a hospital patient here Mrs Micou and son Pott and Mrs John Wheeler shopped in Pampa yesterday The Christian Endeavor of the C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 April 1945

tiyrwiiTnJfiiwyjmjjf fTjrrpj ytt 7vwr t1 j i f EMUlyiHliLI Large Assortment of T IBflffl flfiM HBB1I Feature Attractions FARM WORK SIMPLICATION See this MOTION PICTURE It will show you time Riinj nays to do your cverjdny farm chores Sae stepssave time ac labor OLD MACDONALD HAD A FARM THIS FILM prepared by Ethyl Corporation sug- gests a number of ways to get more work out of your tractor Dont miss it GOODYEAR FROLICS A rollicking MUSICAL SHOW in Full Color with many sidesplitting laughs for all of the family at the Sinclair Farm Meeting Tills Is Your Invitation To Attend Heres the date FRIDAY APRIL 20 CITY HALL LLX SIMPSON ACT SINCLAIR REFINING Canadian Tex COMPANY SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTIONS PHONE 9S UW < BigflTT TWTCT iw m i ii iii1jiim 2 on Farm Sales 25 Years Experience Shattuck Oka AW OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HER8 RATIiS Two cnta per word Diet insertion one cent per word etch following consecutive Insertion of the same ad Minimum pricen first twertion THIRTY CENTS e h iddltt nnl 1n ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 April 1945

PROCLAMATION I Jess Lindley Mayor of the City of Canadian do hereby proclaim that the people of this city observe and comply with the request of President Truman that we close our business establishments and gather in the various churches of our faith from 3 until 5 o clock on the after- noon of Saturday April 14 1945 to meditate and pray during the services for our late beloved President and friend Franklin Delano Roosevelt Witness my signature to which the Seal of the City of Canadian Texas is affixed this 14th day of April 1945 Jess B Lindley Mayor of the City of Canadian Tvjo special programs have been prepared and everyone will be free to come and go at any time Today has been proclaimed a Day of National Stfournmg by President Truman Tmi Himfnill County Niwi

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 April 1945

II Largest Circulation In Hemphill County Volume VII dSStv GCORGC S BENSON lSftfe PresidentJtinlmg dlhgt Fixed Laws Economic laws arc laws oi nature Tigid They arc divine laws in > the same sense that the law of gravity is a law of God Such laws were in force long before the first manmade statute was ever written and no natural law was ever repealed by act of parliament Natural laws can be broken but they all carry within themselves suitable penalties for violation hard to escape Under natural law every producer earns a profit when he scivcs the public well takes a lors when he serves the public poorly When manipulators government planners or any other kind use artificial price control Urzy violate natural law It makes ro difference whether the aim is greed or to protect lame ducks from less Price controls en- courage incompetence Wheat Price Parity Claude R WJcliard Secretary of Agriculture recently told nn audi- ence of whert growers in St Paul that U G pr junction last year wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 April 1945

ffiisiy From where I sit fy Joe Marsh Have a Dream Come True Deo and Jane Cuppers used to eay that as soon as the children had flown the roost they were Bolnc oft together on a second honeymoontake a tripor rent an apartment In the city 60 after little Sue cot married I stopped In to say goodbye Deo was sitting In his favorite chair lief ore the fire sipping a mellow Class of beer And Jane was hnsy Willi her knitting Just as alwaj s They looked about as restless as the tabby cat on the hearth Jane and I figured Deo ex- plained that you couldnt beat No 113 of a Sena Golf Gas being at homo aono together with our own thingstalking and readingenjoying my glass or beer and Jane her buttermilk living and letting live I guess you cant beat home Trom whero I sit Decs had a nfttfr dream coma trno tho dream of peace and tolerance and understanding that wo all arc flghtlng for and praying for today o Ummi Gpjnght 10IS UniteJ States Drcucn Foundation Try the 0 K Tire Shop for Recapping and Repa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 April 1945

Sf p r We will be closed all day Saturday April 21 in observance of San Jacinto Day a legal holiday CANADIAN TEXAS gfg MlaHtLMI LMffMlBLUfW ailUJlti < EMJALltllffflBmiVJal BijijLULijj AuiL iH jmB iLiium jmrHWfaFBtB n Good Steaks Tempting Menus Good Service Reasonable Prices We appreciate your splendid cooperation and patronage E H Fort Phone 60 WAWJF saatsl SERVICE m Front Wheel Alignment Brake Relining Motor Overhauling Electrical Repairs Chassis Repairs Custom Painting Body and Fender Repair AH Operators Skilled and Experienced ALL WORK GUARANTEED LOCAL NEWS Norman MagUI of the United States post office AFO bosa at San Francisco visited friends here Tues- day and Wednesday His daughter Lyndallreturned to San Francisco with him Mr and Mrs Barney Wilson went to Amarillo Monday on busi- ness Mrs B White and children of Tulia are here visiting Mr and Mrs John White and family ulash Storage As stored poultry mash deterio- rates more slowly in cold weather winter is a practical time ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 April 1945

South Catch Mullet crabs and oysters each make up 3 to 0 per cent of the total catch of the South all other species being caught in smaller quantities Almighty Dollar Washington Irving first used the phrase the almighty dollar in his sketch The Creole Village in Wol ferts RoostJ SSBIiiffiaae t o P J firm f > Mm m FRANKlfiM Provides Protection VvyJL O avoid death losses is both profitable and patriotic l Tht wnrpwjram calls for a big increase in meat production > l 1 o sfeguard this ital food supply ocry calf should be vaccinated There no more safe and simple nay of providing this needed pro t ecu on than a shot of FRANKLIN Concentrated Culture Blackleg Dacttrm Each dose of this powerfully potent product contains the major im- munizing elements of more than 10 cc of whole culture bactenn The famous HIANKLIN method of producing concentrated culture gives the stockman a high density of the antigenic properties in a convenient small 1 ccdose Thttottubut Qf ptrdoit uitbhvtralthnoun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 April 1945

JLUCAL NEWS Louise Gill visited her mother Mrs CordieGill here Sundnv She resides with her sister In Amanita Dr and Mrs E II Morris made a business trip to Amanllo Wednesday L A McAdams has been suffering with tho flu Named After Queen Adelaide capital of South Aus tralla was named after the wife of King William IV of England m mwmiiaH vftnmiir1 Seed Dying One of the more unusual develop- ments of the war is seed flying which is the transportation of plant seed by airplane from one part of the world to another In order to start new crops in new places The Mid- dle Americas have utilized seed flying to start crops badly needed by the United States Practice bculng Deglnners can practice guiding a sewing machine accurately by stitching with an unthreaded ma- chine on paper marked with guide- lines liwjmwmm < > WHttmvmtrMMwunviiLXiwastBB aa City flail Canadian and His T ole 830 to 1200 75c PER Sponsored by the American Legion WlFUIWWWIlilBmiWmMIWI SATURDAY MAY 51945 For Your Colem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 April 1945

InpuJse 1urchaics Impulse purchases which aver- aged fiom 21 cents of every dollar of sales in the grocery stores to al- most 01 cents of the sales doll ir In variety stores were Influenced by displays In upwards of 03 per cent at the cases It Is Indicated that Du Pont Is phftning for the postwar period a continuing study of the sub Jt t of linpuli0 buying L 3C U lurcliascs eighteen billion board feet ot lumber were purchased for the serv- ices between September 1 1940 and August 31 1944 twelve billions of that In the period since Septem- ber 1942 Government purchases of lumber during the whole of World War I totaled G 349 344 COO feet n fig urcsurpassed In a single year of this a ir urnnsrsaspjRomivs umrmrnTnz Mxrvrimxxan + nez EteSSefcs Large Assortment of fzkidk Wee IMWESEM fifii PHONE 95 rare 7z rvwv wi > f Jm l Our paper wholesaler writes us that envelopes In particular are becoming quite scarce Many Kinds of paper have been discontinued entirely In the heavier weights Unles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 April 1945

< Largest Circulation In Hemphill County Volume VII fej3 Ffom w ere sit 4 Joe Marsh Dick Newcomb Goes Fishing by Proxy Bob Newcomb used to be the best fly caster in the county Never missed a Saturday at Se wards Creek But come the war and Bobs son going off In uni form he Just lost Interest In things like fishing Bnt tho other day Dob got n letter from tho South 1acMc kind of n homesick letter Im hlnUng of yon Dad fish Ing in Sewards Creek cooking trout over an opon lire and keeping tho beer cool in tho stream ITcep an extra bottlo cool for mc No 114 of a Scries Copy Joe Hornback Missng In Action Joe Hornback received a telegram at 4 oclock Saturday afternoon in- forming him that his son SSgt Joe Hornback has been missing1 in- action in tho fighting near Berlin Germany since the second of this month Little Joe was recently awarded the Purple Heart Miss Glennes Savage daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Savage and Pvt Don Owens of the Pampa air field were married at Arnett Sunday April 15th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 April 1945

wvittw > Y PXv r T3ffr WX The Hemphill County Nqvs CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY H D Club To es The marketing committee of the Hemphill county home demonstra- tion Louncil Is buying pineapple co- operatively again this year The orders will be taken by community chairmen The pineapples will nerapc five jioundi caih and tht price is 4 25 a dozen The deadline for orders is to morrow nfti rnc on nt 2 oclork De livery will be made between May 21st and Mny 31st 11 T Turner who lost a leg heio recently in an iccident near the yard office an tjlin to the Ilbvis hos- pital last wick He is reported to bo getting along nicely The regular meeting of the Kebekaii lodge was held last night and i covered di h luncheon was tnjoytd Mrs Kva Nix and Mm Ora Cell Mooney were initiated Into the lodge lust week Card of Thanks Wo wi h to thank eeryonc for the many acts of kindness eiUndid us durln the illness and death of our beloved husband lather ion and brother...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 April 1945

V J ss 4 V o iV V XSJ Combines Well Celery combines well with peas snap beans or carrots Serve but- tered or In a cream sauce Old Bones Human bones about 10 000 yeirj old were found in California In 1043 Good Steaks Tempting Menus Good Service Reasonable Prices We appreciate your splendid cooperation and patronage E H Fort We carry a complete line of the better grade cosmetics Come In Ami Sea Our Wide Selection Of Varieties Before You Buy Face and Hand Creams Cleansing Creams Lotions Colognes Sham- poos Deodorants Nail Polishes Powder Puffs Rouge Lipsticks etc Lovely Compacts for Gifts Beautiful Hair Ornaments Combs Watch the Want Ad column for Cosmetic Specials Afttie Hearty Sap Mrs Mary Cansler Phone 99 wmniiiiiueaaamiLUMjH vsiijiisi iiJsnijmva3iMaJiiJLumMtiMK sAAm uiaau sm 3 > raCTreiBCMireg7fl tyTC uiruasui in g Greasing Polishing S ri uijiiw < LviT Awu uiJlJKr J ia I ffrn lrVl tfigCg3 ULW STATION For Tire Service u 7 r > Wrv f r f m r jt Wyv ttin n t wg yiy y ygflf >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 April 1945

We thin this In tie Canadian gitis picture u k < > < noJUh I r the envei of Life nmjaine Ve rpudc it and if your lttle crl tan sit perfectly still for ate mmutes nt a lime o can make on < just as Euod of liti Wemakesix in nice folders for only 498 I if lUmphill County Newr The Friendly Needle club met in the home of Mis J 15 Lindley last Friday afternoon There were nine members present Mrs V H IIires was a special guet Mrs Wanda Stevenson of Dallas arrived here today to visit her parents Mr anil Mrs W P Varnell Mr and Mrs 0 L Hoffman are the parents of a baby elrl bprn last Friday at the local hospital Mrs Icie Puryear received n lele jrram Sunday morning from her son Hob who is in Italy Lieut and Mrs William Dunn of Dallas spent the weekend In Canadian LIFES Ltttlo TROUBLES No need to Ie in bed tois worry and fret because CON- STIPATION or GAS PKES SliKIi wont let you Bleep He sensible fct up take a dash of ADLERIKA to relieve the pressure of large intent ines on nerves...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 April 1945

Ruth Puryear and Billy Willoughby Wed Saturday Miss Ruth Kao Puryear daughter of Mrs Icle Puryear and BUly James Willoughby son of Mi and Mrs J B Willoughby were united in marriage Saturday afternoon by the Uev Fern Miller in a single ring ceremony at the home of the brides mother The bride was attired in a street dress of white crepe with black ac- cessories and wearing a shoulder corsage of pink and bliw carnations Tho young couple will make their home hern where Mr Willoughby is employed by the REA Mrs D A Witt returned home Wednesday after visiting her daugh- ter Marilyn and other Canadian girls at TSOW Walter Lee Mathews grandson of Mr and Mrs Jim Mathews has been visiting them here Sgt Lee Pryor is here visiting his wife the former Miss Mary Owen Mrs Billy James left last week to join her husband at San Diego Tomorrow will be the last day of the old clothing drive of the Red Cross Crown a plump head of cauliflow- er with leas ins India curry sauce containing onion mid apple an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 April 1945

Phone 5 or 197 lAS J K HP > ir < Wanted for Permanent Work at the Roundhouse Must not bo engaged In essential Industry Sse J W eWLeTt Division Foreman at Santa Fe Roundhouse KtruMiMuiuuiisunnxxi Try the 0 K Tire j iiLJ rii Sudan Hegari Cane Kafir Plainsman Milo Martin Milo and African Millet Also Cotton Seed Cake Meal pffB 7Tt 3TpJT mrj rv7 w 1 211 for Recapping and Repairs Prompt Service All New Electric Equipment YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED S3 S Mgnses wiaea Phone 90 Box 7 Canadian Tex I ill j i > HM < llir lllMf > y HIIHWJ We have secured the services of Mrs J < n > rfi < g Sill of Wheeler in shop as operator our Mrs Gill has had 16 years of experience and will appreciate your patronage 13 ftvf today for an i appointment with her or j with one of the following operators ALICE HARALSON ELSIE KENZELT TIIELMA CURNUTT MARY CANSLER Owner s BUHIIIlMiimiUmtJ JtHHWWIl MimlTyl ttj jgMVBiwq run For Livestock Tranportation see or call Bonded Insured PJ y W l lilIIUMJtI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 4 May 1945

< Largest Circulation In Hemphill County Volume VII Rodeo Club Organised Here A new entertainment project has been organ zed in Canadian the Canadian Rodeo dub Informal shows and exhibitions will be staged on week cloys and Sunday evenings and on Saturdays at the old ball diamond Admission will bo free and there will be no charge for parking space Officials of the club are Frank CVok Prtsidentj Everett South Vice President Oscar Parrott Treasurer O J Moore Secretary and Arvil Johnson Promoter Mrs 0 S Jackson and Mrs Elton Miller of Los Angeles Calif arrived hero Saturday to visit with Mr and Mis H It Miller Set Jerry Pavlovsky a cousin of Joe Pavloviky is reported missing in action in the Pacific area Sergeant Pavlovsky was here on furlough laBt summer WL Job was called to Clinton Okla Wednesday on business Young Bflen Leave For Induction Examinations Thoso who Iclt for Oklahoma City Tuesday lor induction into the armed services were Charley M Bettls Arthur Clyde Iettis Malouf Ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 4 May 1945

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Sulfa Drugs There are certain basic precau- tions to take when taking a sulfa drug physicians say 1 Do not drive a vehicle or hande potentially dangerous mathlncry 2 Do not ex- pose yourself to the sun ultraviolet or Xrays unless absolutely neces- sary 3 Do not drink any alco- holic beverages 4 Drink plenty of water Soaking Clothes Soaking white cottons or linens before vashing loosens dirt saves time in rubbing cr in running the washing machine and wear on clothes Too long a soak hoccr allows the soiled water to be drawn Into the fibers of the cloth Two hours in toft lukewarm soapy wa- ter Is enough to loosen the dirt Old and New In Middle America churches often blend the Old World with the New Mexico Citys chief cathedral is built rn the spot where an Aztec temple once stood For the Christian edifice the self same stones were used fc Captain Fort Pilots Bombers 200th Mission Flak Balt gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 4 May 1945

Foods furnish the body with about 40 different nutrients which In chemical language ore known as ele- ments or substances mmiiMVHwartmmn jmrmLLruwajL iMKiuaijiir it acquires iw 3 laoor nours tu manufacture onr Tord car The av- erage car Is driven from 75 000 to BO 000 miles before being discarded yfliya Good Steaks Tempting Menus Good Service Reasonable Prices We appreciate your splendid cooperation and patronage E H Fort Phone 60 an We carry a complete line of the better grade cosmetics Come In And See Our Wide Selection Of Varieties Before You Buy Face and Hand Creams Cleansing Creams Lotions Colognes Sham- poos Deodorants Nail Polishes Powder Puffs Rouge Lipsticks etc Lovely Compacts for Gifts Beautiful Hair Ornaments Combs Watch the Want Ad column for Cosmetic Specials Arties MQwly tap Mrs Mary Cansler Phone 99 PARTS sssad SERVICE Front Wheel Alignment Brake Relining Motor Overhauling Electrical Repairs Chassis Repairs Custom Painting Body and Fender Repair AH Operators Skilled ...

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