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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 November 1939

LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1173 COPIES WITH 5865 READERS THE HEMPHILL MONTY The Only Paper With Complete Coverage in Both City and Country Vol H O HOW CAN AH RID MAHSELF 0 MAH CHARM We mourns th day we was bawn t grow up so handsum an so stylish say two local boys Sadie Hawkins day went over In t big way as far as Nadlne Hardage and Mary Sue Splller are concerned They had dates seven nights in one week Two of the unlucky boys were Ferry McElreath and Rev Is Mossey Local News Competitors lets help make Ca- nadian Christmas conscious by buying and printing Christmas sto- ries and pictures The News will do its share towards Kindling the Holiday Spirit The infant son of Mr and Mrs Joe Martinez died Wednesday and was buried yesterday Mr and Mrs Elmer Immel of the Booster community were Cana- dian callers Monday Mrs Elizabeth Richardson is nurs- ing C L Cooper who continues to be quite 111 at the Canadian hospital 0 M Hill had the misfortune to fall and break several of his ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 November 1939

L The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MRS OTHCLIO MILLER Advertising Representative PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Government Scientists Advance Farm Studies Government scientists are busy studying every conceivable angle of agriculture with a view to making farming more profitable and life In America more abundant for the peo- ple Some of their studies look fool tsh to the layman and some of them may be futile Some of their find tngs are not yet of any use to man but neither were the discoveries made by Franklin about electricity of any use to man at the time he made them When asked Of what use Is it Franklns reply was Of what use Is a biby Down in West Virginia government chem- ists are trying to find out how to make red apples redder After par uig the red coloring from bushels of pplcs they found out what the red color Is and have isolated it in pure ft rm The pigment is called Idaeln snd belongs to a group of plant pig mnts known to chemists as ontho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 November 1939

New Autumn Tints Are Picturesque Forpst Greens and Woodsy Browns in Favor Fashion Is undoubtedly In a high mood for adyenture so tar as the new fall and winter colors ere con- cerned Not only do the rich beau llful forest greens Robin Hood reds woodsy browns and sunbright cop- pery shades now so fashionable radiate autumn splendor throughout the mode but into the story of fash- ion they are weaving an clement of romance and the picturesque that is bubbling over with exciting news which bears fascinating promise for the coming months With the deep forest greens and the woodland browns that abound in the new woolen weaves or with the smart black daytime frock a dash and a splash of Robin Hood red Is proving too thrilling tor words One of the startling ideas that Is taking the world of fashion by storm Is that which calls for a bright red jacket to top the black dress or let your gown be is the new bronzy green if you prefer A scar 4 hot is another way of making ti victorious approach ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 November 1939

ifvzv mTyv > Specials for Fri Sat Sugar 10 lb cloth bag 55c Pinto Beans Cherries gal Peaches gal Milk Apricots Peaches I Catsup Celery Hominy New Crop 3 lb Folger s Coffee lb Heinz Soup 3 cans Oysters 5oz can Plymouth Coffee lb Ripe Olives tall can Coffee PIGGLY WIGGLY ROSE or MARCO No Zj can 4lg cans EVAPORATED 1 pound 4 ozpkg Brimful No 1 Tall 3 CANS HEINZ Lg 14qi Bottle Cf itp Tender Each Baking Powder Pancake Flour Clabber Girl 25c Size PILLSBURYS 3 lb pkg 3 for Pillsburys Flour 24 lb 48 pound sack 17c 49c 35c 25c 25c 10c 15c 14c Cocoanut lb cello pkg 19c Cracker s Browns 2 lb box 14c P G Soap 3 bars 10c lb 19c 1 25c Apples wine P pk 29c 19c 25 19c 8c 19c 12c 25 Dog Food 5c Prize Winner Regular Can Pnvn Brimfull Country Gentlemen OC lOm No 2 cans 3 for > C lMnlr Makes dish washing a pleasure n < uv One pound Pkg SALAD DRESSING PIGGLY WIGGLY MARKET rW At jSv 4S4 29c 89c 149 Cured Hams tenderized lb 22c Small Average Weight half or whole Peanut Butter best bulk 2 lb 25c B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 November 1939

m 4 > Vol H J LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1173 COPIES WITH 5865 READER Special Paper Next Tuesday Free Turkey To Be Given Next weeks paper will be Issued Tuesday Instead of Friday so the merchants can advertise just before ThanksgivingWatch for their eitra specials this coming Tuesday Also were giving one of you a big turkey absolutely FREE Mr and Mrs Arthur Webb are building a new turkey house at their ranch this week Mrs A R King left for Fort Worth Tuesday to visit her daughter who is in school there Mrs Howard Hailett of Glaiier hopped in Canadian Saturday II M Wood was In Amarillo v Tuesday DEATH RATIO IS HIGH ON FARMS Accidental Fatalities Out i number Industrial Fields Farming may not seem a hazard- ous occupation but accident studies of farms and other occupational Croups reveal a higher ratio of ac > cldental deaths on the farm than elsewhere In a recent year fatal accidents in agriculture numbered 4600 compared with 2300 in manu- facturing and 2800 in cons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 November 1939

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MRS OTHELLO MILLER Advertising Representative PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY PILOT PLANTS HELP INDUSTRY New Uses Sought for Agri- cultural Products Pilot plants form an Important part of the pVogram for research on the Industrial uses of farm products it the four regional laboratories now under construction by the bureau of agricultural chemistry and engi- neer Inc Pilot plants at these lab- oratories will do for Industry very much the same kind of work that the demonstration farms have done for farmers supply practical evidence of the value of new meth- ods and processes The new laboratories are planned to carry new discoveries through the doubtful stage where manufactur- ers who depend on profit for their existence are often unwilling to ven- ture Often the laboratory proves that a certain process Is chemically possible on testtube scale A man- ufacturer however wants to know whether it will work as well on a targe sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 November 1939

MESCAL IKE iwmjtY Even if Its Good Barbaric Jewelry Late Style Fancy Attention Centers Largely On the Spectacular You may go as far as you like lth no restrictions when It comes to spectacular jewelry Attention centers on necklaces which are of barbaric splendor So embellishing and ornate are the new necklaces Ihejf constitute the entire trimming feature of the majority of simple black frocks such as are so out- staying on the style program at the present moment fpt only docs fancy turn to mas- siVe gold effects the majority of which Interpret bib a and plastron motifs formed of dangling fringes and such but the newest neck- laces arc often of multicolored stones worked out in a striking man- ner A wide bracelet and matching earrings complete the ensemble Destined for tremendous vogue Is the new gold bubblebead jewelry The colls and strands of gold beads look massive and give the Impres- sion of being heavy In reality they are light as a feather Jeweled gad- gets pinned to coat lape...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 November 1939

syw Flour Apples Corn Meal Matches Cleanser Hominy Peaches Cookies Dog Food Greens CLOTH BAG Stayman Winciap Cracker jacks Cake Flour PLYMOUTH fresh ground Brimful No 2 ± Cans MacaroniorSpagheUi No Zi Can 10lb 57c PILLSBURYS BEST 24lb sack Fresh 10lb bag 6 boxes Northern Tissue Coffee PRIZE WINNER Reg Can i iAM 79c 25c bu 95c 3 for 10c PILLSBURYS L Large Sire 4 rolls 25c 17c 25c lb 15c Fruit Cocktail tall can 10c Pork Beans lb can 5c HyPro qt bottle 12c 1 10c Box of Crackers 1 19c Box of Graham Crackers both for 21c Raisin Bran Skinners Lg Pkg 10c BrOWns Chocolate Cherries lb 22c Pinto Beans Corn Pecans 15oz can 12oi can Brimfull Whole Kernel Georgia Paper Shell 3 for 25c 2 for 19c lb 19 2 for 9c 3 for 25c 2lb Pkg Fresh Fancy Cello Pkg 15c 2 for 25c 17c Pineapple ftfc3 2 for 35c 5c TURNIP or MUSTARD ia Brimfull No 2 Can 1UC MARKET Cured Hams half or whole lb 20c BACON Special Sliced lb layers 23c Armours extra lean sli lb 25c Sugar Cured Squares lb 14c Heavy Sug Cured Slab lb 18c Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 November 1939

s tSf < v < S4R7li Tt fTf 8i w iltj > V a rijfmryiw w roT jt ENJOYING VISIT Word was received from Mrs Pat Williams who is spending several months in California that she at- tended the fair just before it closed and is having an enjoyable visit PROUD PARENTS Mr and Mrs Everett Bohannon are the proud parents of a new baby born Monday at 6 p m Mrs Bohannon is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Hutton PLANT DISEASE EASILY SPREAD Insects Are Found to Be Chief Carrier Agents How are plant diseases spread There is little mystery in the an- swer to that question though plant scientists entomologists and others are constantly adding to our knowl- edge of the subject Man domestic ariimals rodents slugs snails birds insects wind and water are among the more common agencies that spread plant diseases Insects are the most important spreaders of certain types of diseases accord- ing to the results of tests conducted jat the Idaho college of agriculture Perhaps you have wondered Just what caus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 November 1939

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MRS OTHELLO MILLER Aihertlilnii Representative PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Electric Lights Fail To Fool Old Biddy At the usual current cost using electric lights In the chicken house to stimulate egg production Is a paying proposition but it definitely iloes not put anything over on the fcirds says Cora Cooke extension poultry specialist University farm 6t Paul It will not raise the total years egg production but If used on wellmatured pullets will ad- vance the production to the fall and winter months when egg prices are highest If a flock lays very well In the winter they are not likely to lay quite as well In the spring How- ever It Is amistake to assume that flock that produces very few eggs In the winter will make up for it In April and May Miss Cooke corrects the idea that flic lengthened day causes the chick ens to cat more which in turn produces more eggs In fact she fcays It Is the assimilation of light that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 November 1939

o res7p i0 ADVENTURERST CLUB HEADLINES FROM THE LIVES OF PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF A Rule With Death EVERYBODY HELLO Mary Blllard of La Salle 111 is todays Distinguished Adventurer and she wins that distinction as well as the wellknown ten bucks with one of the most terrifying yarns Ive seen in a long time It happened in 1913 when Mrs Billard was Miss Mary Blanch a girl of twelve and Mary says The La Salle papers called me a heroine at the time and it was all quite exciting for a girl of my age but it lost its thrill when I thought of my mother lying in a hospital in a critical con- dition fighting the dangers of gangrene and lockjaw You can see from that statement of Marys that there was tragedy in that episode as well as adventure And it started with nothing but a common ordinary buggy ride There werent so many automobiles in those days and most of the streets were mere unpaved dirt roads Marys dad had bought a horse that had spent all its life on race tracks and was hard to handle whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 November 1939

Sydna Yokley on the PALACE SCREEN IN TECHNICOLOR In UNUSUAL OCCUPATIONS Nov 2223 plus Honeymoon in Bali WERE THANKFUL for the opportunity to give our customers the finest merchandise they can find in all Canadian at our prices Johnsons Grocery Service Station TURKEY And All The Trimmings Brine the children there will be a Special Turkey Plate Dinner with all the trimmings for them at hair price Full Course Dinners 50 60c HOTEL MOODY CAFE Lets Talk Turkey Whether you observe the 23rd or the 30th youre sure to get the best Thanksgiving Dinner here THE IllUBET Thanksgiving Greetings Texaco Products Washing Greasing AntlFreeze Texas Service Station Phone 18 Give Gifts That Last BULOVA ELGIN WATCHES Diamond Rings Wedding Rings Lockets Cameo Pins Tie Chain and Belt Set Spur Clasps Brooches Guaranteed repair work on jewel- ry and watches Mowery Jewelry Store Greetings We take this means of thanking you for your patronage and to wish you a- Very Happy Thanksgiving JO 5c to 100 Store fin a Q...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 November 1939

41 MESQAL IKE bt s i irumEr 4 LET US DUPLICATE YOUR B KEYS While You Wait Save Timet Duplicate All Your Keys Nowl Low Prices iiDC and up News Office Mji ilisiiliyililij Set ytmt dJmstnms dnriis itt the Twttplull dxurotjt Jfihis Wi ii jj4 jM4 SVe i iv jjt PALACE CANADIAN TUE ONLY On Borrowed Time WED THU MOUNTAIN RHYTHM Gene Autrey Smiley Burnett FRl SAT Honeymoon In Bali Fred McMurray Madeline Carroll SUN MON The Lives of Elizabeth and Essex with BETTE DAVIS IHjllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Cheap Advertising with Small Coverage 9 MONEY WASTED GIVING DAD AWAY Mr and Mrs Dlbby were enter tabling friends I think I shall get a car next year said Mr Dlbby during a lull in the conversation I havent decided what make but Its no use getting a cheap one I suppose I could get a little service- able affair for five hundred or so says the El Paso World News While the company was gasping at the careless mention of such a sum the hosts youngest son re- marked And will that tunny li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 November 1939

I Piggly Wiggly Specials good through Sat Celery Lg ci P suik 2 for 15c Lettuce Firm cmp Hed 3for 10c Cranberries Mince Meat 9 oz packages Shelled Pecans New Crop Sour or Dill 2 qt 25c 3 pkgs 25c lb 49c Ripe Olives 2 tall cans 25c Oysters 5 oz can Pickles 10c qt jar 12c Catsup lg 14 oz bottle 10c Everything you need for Pumpkin No 2 can 7c Pumpkin No 2 can 10c Salad Dressing pt jar 22c Piggly Wiggly Folgers Coffee lb Peaches Brimfull No 1 Cans Apples Extra Fancy Winesap 25c 3 cans 25c doz 17c e will have everything for the Thanksgiving Dinner LIMITED JOHNSONS Thanksgiving Specials Prices in this ad and on our special sale bill good through Saturday night November 25th CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY Lettuce firm heads each 5c Celery nice lg crisp stalk 10c Cranberries choice quality qt 15c Onions Spanish Sweet 4 lb 10c Potatoes No 1 Red McClures 10 lb 19c Bananas 4 pound 19c Grapefruit Tex Marsh Seedless doz 29c Carrots Green Onions or Radishes 3 bunches 10c Peaches Pears or Apricots No 10 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 December 1939

Vol H LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1173 COPIES WITH 5865 READERS THE HEN MISS LOU OLIVER S Miss Lou Oliver and Boyice A Farrli of Wheeler were united in marriage Sunday noon at the home of the Rev and Mrs D L McCree In the presence of a few friends and relatives The bride was attractively dressed in a black crepe gown with black accessories After the ceremony a luncheon was served In the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs T B Oliver GuestsattendlngwereMrandMrs Ernest Grenhill and daughters Mr and Mrs S h Farris Mr and Mrs Britt Oliver and daughter of Perry ton Miss Condie Lee and Faith Belle Farris Miss Lillie Reynolds and Miss Mandell Chaflin of Perrr ton and Carroll and Gerald Ellzey of Forrestburg Tex R P Farris and Frank and Jack Oliver Mr and Mrs George Logan of Modesta Calif left Sunday after a visit with Mrs Logans mother Mrs Keene Mrs Perry Patterson returned from a Thanttglvlng visit with her daughter Betty Friday Mr and Mrs Buck Campbell and on Lonnie Ray spen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 December 1939

lifc Bi re Tiie Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MRS OTHELLO MILLER Advertising Representative PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Silting Rate Increases In Historic York River Thil historic York river of Vir- ginia Is an example of the way In which too much land In clean culti- vated crops and land worn out and abandoned because of too much row cropping may Increase sedi- mentation In a stream Sediment hat been accumulating In the York river during the last 27 years at a rale five times as great as dur- ing the preceding 57 year period the soil conservation service finds Carl Brown geologist In charge of 4hc studies says this sedimentation is the result of Increased erosion on the slopes draining Into the head- waters of the river slopes on which in recent years there has been an Increase in land either In clean cultivated crops or abandoned be- cause of too much row crop farm- ing A comparison of navigation charts prepared by the coast and geodetic survey Ind...

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

SLEEP BETTER Have Your Mattress RENOVATED Old Mattresses madeinto modern INNERSPRINGS 1250 up Will ntoi OUT Of STYLE aw KtY T sme is an m rOKTANT fAeTOH WHSN fliy W THIHSS TO BE USED FOR A 16N TIMt CHAUSt if snu must be KeetiONEo mm LAUNDRY HelpySelfy Service 35c perhour Call for Appointments From S a n till 6 p m Wet Wash 2c Lb Dry Wa h 3 < c Lb Flat Work 5c Lb Family Wash Finished Lb 8c Moore Laundry Mattress Co Phone 124 msmmmir Californias First Capltkl Monterey a quiet and unhurried little town on the shore at the blue Pacific was the first capital of Call fornla There under three flags ihose of Spain Mexico and the Unit- ed States Californias administra- tion was carried on from 1776 to 1849 Because of Its historic role In the settlement of California Mon- terey has been described as the Williamsburg of the West Canadian Stores Are Full of Christmas BARGAINS GOOD CLOTHES are worthy of Good Cleaning Send ua your cleaning for a trial All mending and repairing at no extra cher...

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

ijs ip > T > yr mfF V > W r 37 yF P3SV JJTTB ii r WJS WWOCTfWW t IJ Tfy T wiB pjppwiw 1 Specials good through Sat Sugar IB LB CLOTH BUS 49c Spuds no 1 10 lbs 19c Bliss Coffee 3lb can 59c Tamales Pickles Potted Meat Sweet Corn HyPro Oranges MARCO Large Cans Sour or Dill Apples Gano Pure Meat No 2 Cans Large Site Hersheys Cocoa 2 for 23c Qt 12c 7 for 25c 4 for 29c Qt Bottle 10c Crackers 2lb box 15c Gal Pickles Glass Jar 37c ADMIRATION COFFEE SPECIAL orn Flake Kelloggs 4 for 25c Raisins 2lb pkg 15c Heinz Catsup lg bottle 19c Miracle Whip Qt Jar 29c 10c Box Cookies 10c Box Crackers Both 15c Doz 19c Bu 90c Apples Winesap Bu 95c MARKET Bulk Mince Meat lb Bulk Peanut Butter 2 lbs 20c 25c Salmon 2 f 25c Fancy Pink Tall Cans Or Northern Tissue 4 rolls 25c i Lb Can 8c Macaroni Spaghetti 2 lbs 15c Spinach 2 f 25c California No 2 Cans Or Pineapple Juice gal 29c HAMS Get One To Bake Or Boil Nice Average half or whole lb 20c Wilsons Tenderized i or whole lb24c 14 to 16 lb average Wilsons...

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

N MTi LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1173 COPIES WITH 5865 READERS THE HEMPHILL COUNTY NEW Vol II Ctarre WRONQ MAN The minister advertised for KOamervant and the next morning a Ulcely dressed young man rang the fcclLCan Can you start the fire and get Jtreakfast by seven oclock asked e minister I guess to answered the young panWell Well can you polish all the sil- ver wash the dishes and keep the House neat and tidy Say Parson said the young fel- low I came here to see about get- ting married but If its going to be as much work as all that count me out now t Mra Bonloa And your hosband will attend the masquerade too How la he going Mrs Nuvorlche Oh something ao original Is the garbaee of an ash 20Year Record Aid In Study of Hohteini Twenty years of production records show many Interesting trends In the TIolstelnFrfesian herd at the agricultural research center ISeltavlIle Md The records show that on the average larger cows produce more bntterfat There havebeen some nstable ex...

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

The Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher 11RS OTHELLO MILLER Advertising Representative PUBLISHED EVERy FRIDAY Dick Cann died Friday age 69 Did you know that Robert Elliott famous executioner was dead FENDERS BROISE EASILV PUT W WOW HOW TO HEALEM Texas Station Phone 18 FRANK COLE Prop Give BOOTS For Christmas A Gift They Will Really Appreciate Place Orders Early HOGUE BOOT SHOP Christmas Trees Christmas Candy Sec Hot Specials at our store Friday Saturday Ask about FREE SHOW lor kiddles Christmas Eve Scott Grocery Phone 4 We Deliver rDONTS Safety Is Watchword For a Merry Christmas Here aw a few dont for Christmas recommended by lately authorities 1 Dont give imall children toys involving alcohol kerosene or gaso lfnt engines They may Up over and set the houte on fire 1 Dont permit small children to run electrical toys without the iu pervlilon of an adult 3 Dont permit imall children to uie toy movie projector without us ins lafety film which burni ilowl...

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