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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 March 1946

w V jj f r W 2 > FJIIDAY MARCH 8 1946 LEGAL NOTICE Ffrst published in The Hemp hill County Nesxs March 8 191G 262tc NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS THE STATE OF TEXAS CITY OF CANADIAN COUNTY OF HEMPHILL TO ALL QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE CITY Or CANADIAN TEXAS TAKE NOTICE that an elec- tion will be held in the CITY OF CANADIAN TEXAS on the 26th day of March 194G to de- termine if said City shall issue bonds in obedience to an ELEC- TION ORDER duly adopted by the Board of Commissioners on the 4th day of March 1945 which order is as follows ELECTION ORDER THE STATE OF TEXAS CITY OF CANADIAN COUNTY OF HEMPHILL ON THIS the 4th day of March 1946 the Board of Commissioners of the City of Canadian Texas convened in Special session at the regular meeting place there- of in the City Hall there being present and in attendance the following members JESS B LINDLEY MAYOR CLAUDE JONES COMMIS- SIONER R M HOBDY COMMISSION l ER and other among proceedings had by said Board were the fol- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 March 1946

I I < f m 4T ti Pano Eight = 2 = > NAZARENE CHOI1CII Sunday School 10 00 n m Morning Worship 1100 o m Evening Worship 730 p m Prayer Meeting Wed 715 G E Couch Pastor Mrv Hoy Edwardsentertalned with a dinner party In her homo last rrlday night In honor of Mrs R D Tomllnson and two sons and Mr and Mrs Bill James ini irmiailirllliliu Jfl JMiUlliiti iiiujj m The Home of izzling Steaks May We Suggest You Come In Today As A Stranger Tomorroiu As A FRIEND Phone 200 Its Yours Use It ARTIES 5 HO You ll look better and feel better when your hair is just right A new hairdo by one of our skilled operators will do the trick Phone 99 MARY ALICE ycORDIE J A GEM NEWS Mildred Foster Lola Willmoth and Ardelle Henderson Mr ahd Mrs N C Pyoatt and Wllma ore moving to the farm this week Pfc Virgil H Henderson is home on a 10day leave lie will iccclve his discharge when he icturns to his station Walton Moore has recently re- ceived his discharge Mr and Mrs G II Henderson and Linda Kay shoppd In Pamp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 March 1946

PW < r W a K sf M FRIDAY MARCH 8 1946 OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE HATE Two cenls per word for first Insertion one cent per word for each following consec titlvo Insertion of the some ad Minimum prlco Is tor 15 words BABY CHICKS Tuesday and Friday each week 1200 per hundred Prepaid Mcintosh Hatchery Shattuck Okla 253tp FOR SALE Close In stucco Four rooms bath and garage Immediate possession D A Witt 243tc BEEF CATTLE WANTEDMust have had grain or milk fat Weight 500 to 900 pounds Studcrs Market Phone No 23 23tl FOR SALE Oneway 4dlsc plow 26lnch discs Power lift In firstclass shape Lloyd W Golleher 252tp NOTICE I have buyers and want some welllocated cheap houses D A Witt 7tfc FOR SALE Propane and bu- tane tanks and bottles Any size tanks See us before you buy Wo axe state licensed and bonded Gilberts Singer Shop J E Gil bert 18tfc INCOME TAX WORK Qual- ified accountant will take In- come tax work Miriam Baker Phone 192J 18tfp30 HAULING All kinds Sand gravel etc C E Porter Phone 243W lS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 March 1946

If M i m Face Six Fun to Stay llomci A drive In the country hat Iti per- ils The parade of sappy billboards Is bound to affect your nervous sys- tem And there Is always a lunk head on the road who will send you to the nearest hospital babbling that he had the right of way Nothing can lop a homecooked meal The cuisine In swanky spots Is usually tansy but a glance at the steep fees for food Is bound to give anyone not on the columnist cuff Indigestion Locking pawa with a cutieple or patting her knees under a cafe ta- ble Is a popular form of recreation Yet the privacy of the home pro- vides the coziest atmosphere for cu pldidoes Desldes you can be ar- rested for playing Post Office In public There Is plenty of danger tn night clubs The air Is usually foul the music Is brassy and the emcees Inept cavorting Is Invariably piti- ful Making googoo eyes at the dol1 across the room is more perilous than smoking hop She might have a boyfriend who packs a wallop like Joe Louis Or what Is worse...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 March 1946

l A m r FIUDAY MARCH 8 1946 TUB STORY THUS FAtl I fftnt you to to over to Hemmlnti and get the sheriff Jim told Sherwin who pro teited that be didnt know the way lilt real treason waa that the iberiff would arreit him But Jim wanted Sheriff Cut- ler to co after Jordan the outlaw Sher- Win cot on a hone at lait but went the wrong way deliberately Suddenly he decided be wai a coward and turned to to back and face the wortt He beard Janei voice then eaw her lo a clump of buihei He law lomethlnj elie Jor- dan deeping up to abduct her Jane tried to fltht him off but Jordan lifted her on to carry her away Sherwin at- tacked but Jordan escaped again wounding Sberwlna arm with a knife CHAPTER V Jim hes faint from loss of blood look at himl Old Mac Intervened Ill fix him up you go phone for th doc Jane he thrust his hand through Sher wins well arm You come along with me son Hellol he shaded his eyes with his hand Say Jim Ii I aint mistaken th sheriffs coming across th bridge right nowl he ad...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 March 1946

1 v < k I 4 I Pago Twelve LOOKING AHEAD tr GEORGES BENSON fmtintMitilwi Cttfft Setrrj JtliKtit i Plunder Wars are wasteful and everybody Icqow it An emotional plea for national defense la all It takes to ralie money from patriotic people Men and women will sacrifice will give until It hurts when their sons are at war A young man far from home living under conditions new to him and unknown to his par- ents is the unfailing combination to the familys treasure chest Whether parents be rich or poor they will buy their sons passage home from a foreign war every day until he comes so long as they can find the money and nobody blames them They will do It even If they fear that the money they offer is Imprudently spent or that part of It Is diverted Into selfish channels But hostilities have ceased now Things are different Frugality Revives People of the United States have begun watching where their tax money goes and wondering if It Is being wisely spent It Is small won- der that Congre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

h 1 1N V 8 The VOLUME VIII BOYS 4H CLUB CALVES BRING GOOD PRICES Walter Grist Hemphill county agent reports good prices paid local boys for their calves at Amarlllo last Thursday Average price per pound for the 126 calves sold was 32 cents Estimating the weight of the calves at 825 pounds each boy received approximately 265 per calf as a mean average Gilbert Forrest Gageby Route Canadian sold to the Amarlllo hotel for 29 cents WlUle Earl Morgan Star Rt Gageby sold to John Maynard Lumber company for 30 cents Truman Wlllmoth Durham Rt Gem sold to Mrs R T Alexand- er for 29 cents Herman Northrup Canadian sold to Old Tack for 33 cents Johnnie Monls Gem sold to the McCarts Super Market for 30 cents The following boys sold their calves for 2110 per hundred that did not place In the show In Amarlllo Stanley Jones Eugene Thomp- son Roy Northrup Sid Morgan Raymond Rutherford Robert Rutherford Gilbert Forrest Tru- man Wlllmoth and Charles Reld Big Brothers to View Showing of 1945 Cotton Bowl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

nth w w yuT Pae Two tl t a V V r W ERNIGHTl THE STORY THUS FAR Adam Droce FBI operator Inspector Tope and Mrs Top met la the Maine woods where they were vaeatlonlni Tope found a man rnardered at aoto camp operated toy Be Pewala He was believed to be Mr LeiUorte head ol New Eniland utilities llotdom friend of Ledforse was found nneonseloua In a hospital Holdoms cbanffeur Kell bad disappeared but was later found In the Faraway cottage lie admitted his Identity but said he did not know where his wife was The car had been found In quarries and 11 was be Ueved that her body was In the car He said that the dead man was not I cdlorce and that upon Holdoms orders he had hit him over the bead CHAPTER IX Without n word Tope swung sharp- ly Into the Mill Into Ihc dining room Adam and Cumberland followed him and the two men at the table there looked up Then Whltlock roseHello Hello Tope he said Tope stared at him I knew 1 d seen you somewhere Wherev The other hesitated Arc you on this thing Ins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

m miDAY MAIICII 15 1916 NANCY The one on tbe left asked me lo so out but the one on the right doesnt approve of met tt H HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Jim is a little overoptimistic Hes awfully hopeful of getting one of those 200000 new cars By Ernie Bushmiller w vm w NEEDLEWORK WATIfcRNS STUNNING cross stitch designs for tea towels for a breakfast or luncheon cloth or on place- mats that are fun to make Each gay fruit design is about 7 by 7 inches and is done in realistic col- ors and shadings in cotton flosses Golden pineapples red strawber- ries purple plums crimson cher- ries and red and yellow apples make a charming variety of color compositions To obtain the seven transfers tor the Fruit Designs IPaltern No 5127 color UOUSEHOLD lirrrs To remove paint stains from fab ric try saturating two or three times with equal parts of ammonia and turpentine then wash thor- oughly in soapsuds Doughnuts will crack and brown before they arc cooked inside if the fat in which they are fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

I EC Four The HEMPHIIX COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Cntcrcd as secondclass matter at the post office In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Itato In Canadians trade territory S100 a car out- side Canadians trade territory 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Ilate Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column inch Member American Press Assn Mrs Ted Baker of Lubbock spent the weekend here visiting friends Howard Bagwell and Ithea Owens of Amarillo visited hero Tuesday with Mr Bagwells aunt Mrs Vlrgle Bentley Yes sir theres a real housing shorago in our town as I guess there is In ours too Keefcr Colo for Instance is sharing his home with n brother inlaw from Connecticut Six chil- dren and a dog in one family four children and three cats In tho other I asked Keefcr how tltcy got along together especially the grown- ups Didnt they get a little edgcy fromihe noise and crowding Keefcr look...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

II Wr K I3 < TOidA mArch15 img N T Apfeleton feold his res- idence this week to Mr and Mrs Francis Keahey Mrs J E Trayler received a painful injury to her hand Tues- day Mr and Mrs George Cronistor have as their guests this week Mrs Glen Riley and son Leslie of Hlgglns R T Smith has received his discharge from the service E A MONTGOMERY DC CHinOPHACTOR Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 Canadian Texas FORDFERGUSON DEALERS ARE OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED SIMPLE f RUGGED DESIGN CONSTRUCTION Kpmv Peptc Our repair department is in operation and we have the mechanics and equip- ment to put your farm machinery into Al condition Call us today for an estimate Phone 366 rim Canadian Tex H Pharmao Prescriptions Our Specialty 1 V W VV r4i i W f iWv5f si f ij HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS GEM NEWS Mildred Foster Lola Wlllmoth and Ardslle Henderson Mr and Mrs Bud Keller and Rubye spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Loyd Cole Mr and Mrs E C Robinson Mrs Ester McCleary and Mr and Mrs Edgaj Robins...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

a Six SJfa LEGAL NOTICE First published In The Hemp 1111 County News March 8 1D1G 262tc NOTICE OF ELECTIOH FOB THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS THE STATE OF TEXAS crnr of Canadian COUNTY OF HEMPHILL TO ALL QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE CITY OF CANADIAN TEXAS TAKE NOTICE that an cleo tlon will be held In the CITY OF CANADIAN TEXAS on the 2GIh day of March 1916 to de- termine II said City shall Issue bonds In obedience to an ELEC- TION OHDER duly adopted by the Board of Commissioners on the 4th day of March 1015 which order Is as follows ELECTION OnDEH THE STATE OF TEXAS CITY OF CANADIAN COUNTY OF HEMPHILL ON THIS the 4th day of March 194G the Board of Commissioners of the City of Canadian Texas comened In Special session at the regular meeting place there- of In the City Hall there being present and In attendance the following members JESS B LINDLEY MAYOR CLAUDE JONES COMMIS SIONEft It M HOBDY COMMISSION- ER and among other proceedings had by said Board wore the fol- lowing It was moved by Commission...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

< FRIDAY MARCH 15 1946 Gordon Nelms general storekeeper near Jonesboro Arkansas calls a neighbor over one of the first experimental powerline carrier telephones This newest of all farm telephone service using electric power lines instead of regular telephone lines to talk over is now being given field tests by the Bell Telephone Laboratories and the Rural Electrification Administration 1 Powerline carrier telephones will not be ready for general use until numerous tests are completed When available theyll go a long way in speeding the extension and improvement of rural telephone service During the war we installed more than 17000 new rural telephones and in the next five years we plan to put in 165000 SOUTHWESTERN BEU TELEPHONE CO f wwjiFmn irEli Miw lBJl imrn I his is Main Street U S A America 1946 Typical scene in every village or town at every crossroad in these United States Hes backl Home again Home after long lonely months of separation Father son brother whoever he is this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

U Pago Six l ASH BUS I ANOTHER t 1 A tidal wave can encircle the earth in a day How fast docs it travel 2 In mythology who was Arte- mis twin 3 In what wars hasthe United States participated 4 What composer was a mem- ber of a great musical clan which in eight generations produced a large number of musicians 5 What is an aardvark 6 From what date is the dale of Easter computed The Answert 1 One thousand miles per hour 2 Apollo 3 Revolutionary War of 1812 Mexican war Civil war Spanish American war World War I and World War II 4 Bach 5 An antcalms mammal fl March 21 the first Sunday after the full moon that falls on or next after March 21 WhenYouflnnards are Crying the Biues WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel jtink ai the dickens brings on stomich upset sour taste gassy discomfort take Dr Caldwells famous medicine to quickly pull the trigger on lazy in- nards and help you feel bright and chipper again OR CALDWELLS Is the wonderful sen na laxative contained In good old Syrup Pepsin to ma...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

K > Mr t N K rvt < RU i J yglUAY MAItClt IS 1946 CHAPTER VI Do you know why Im wanted Sherwln asked still standing The old fellow nodded Seen th paper you had in your pocket Sher wln Youd marked the description t and It dropped tother day an I saw It Tli sheriT talked some too when we were goln to look for th place where Jordan jumped the creek I aint a skin questions You sit down an cat Sherwln sat down Youre a good- man he said chokingly Im old said MacDowell quiz zitally I aint dead set on pun- ishing other folks Except Jordan said Sherwln Mac laughed Well maybet Eat son you may have a long hike You cant take th trains Cullerll have your picture up In era You said a while ago when you were tending my arm that Miss Keller was to marry Stenhart Is that true MacDowell considered pulling on his pipe Ive heard Jim say so You dont like Stenhart Hes my cousin Sherwln said In a flat emotionless voice The old man started and took his pipe out of his mouth Goshl he ejaculated and sta...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

K N Page Ten Clyde Bettis of Camp Deal Calif Is here on a 30day fur- lough Mrs L J Summerour has been quite HI this week MAKE STUDER S RIITTEIifllT tarn 0AILY WM J Mrs C L Burton mother of Mrs J E Gilbert has been ser- iously 111 with pneumonia She Is reported to be steadily Improv- ing Mrs W W Errlngton Is visit- ing her daughter and husband Mr and Mrs Joe Thrasher at Clovls this week Herb Jones attended the Frlg ldalre electrical school at Lub- bock last Thursday Friday and Saturday J E Gilbert has been In Dal- las where his sister Mrs Pearl Hill of Denton underwent surg- ery Tuesday Nona Fays Batts Is able to be cut and around again after her recent Illness When you go to a bank do you look for FRIENDLINESS This bank aims to welcome its patrons We have a friendly interest in the problems either large or small of our depositors The First National Bank The Friendly Bank iiiaaMm Slfaeet Me saS Payne Floor Furnaces PHONE 288 The Modern Fuel Be modern in a modern world Pre- pare now t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 15 March 1946

fe FRIDAY MAnciI IS 1046 WCTU NEWS The weekly meeting of the WCTU held March C Mrs Hoefle presiding For devotlonals Mrs Flneher read the 70th Psalm and the Iords Prayer repeated In uni- son The secretary read the min- utes of the previous meeting and called the roll which was res- ponded to by the reading of tem- perance Items Borne repbrts given A letter from Mrs Walz state treasurer complimenting us on our work sending In G3 names of members for White Ribbon In February A few honorary members among them Rather late to return a vote of thanks for favors received In December but wo owe It to Mr Ernest Crowell for putting up and taking down the bazaar booths gratis Greatly appreci- ated and beg pardon for the do lay March 27 mothers meeting Mcsdames Frank McMordlc Bralnard Chambers A V Mc Qulddy Mathers Harry Rathjcn W G Clark Bell and F C Mc Qulddy hostesses The program will consist of the reading of the Temperance Themes now being prepared by the pupils In the 5th Gth and 7th grade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 22 March 1946

X r v s FACTS ON > I vJtw By MAYOR J B LINDLEY I have been asked by several about the calling of the bond election to be held here March 26Same people seem to think the city commission took It upon Itself to call this election This Is not correct The cham- ber of commerce voted to petition the city commission to call the election for 3000000 paving 2000000 park 7000000 sower and water and a few days later we were presented with the peti- tion signed by 61 voters I have been asked about the cost of paving if It carries to the property owners on each side of the street It will cost around 16750 for one 50ft lot The property owner pays onethird each and the city onethird That is the cost we now have under present conditions It could be some more or some less by the time we get ready to start paving About the sewer and water bonds that will be used on sew- er to put in new lines and put more than one hundred homes on sewer that can not get on at this time and to move the city disposa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 22 March 1946

WvWWWWWW Page Two OVERNIGHT < GtJEST HIE STORY THUS FAH Aaam Brace PDI operator Inspector Top and Mrf Top met In she Maine woods Tape found a man mordered at aoto camp operated by nee Dewalo He was be Ueved to be Mr Ledrorfe head of New England utlllUei Ledtorgesfriend wai fonnd In hospital with head Injuries Ills cbanffenr KeU was found admitted that ba hit lloldom on bead npon lloldoma orders Said be did not know where Mrs KeU was Joe Dane assistant O A retnrned wlUi lloldom and learned from handyman Trlddy that a woman and man bad been there at time of murder and the man was called Itupe which mleht have been Ledforfe as his name was Itufus CIIAPTHK X He admitted Matter of act I thought there was two women in there I thought she said Ruth till Earl here told me It was a man and a woman Joe took both men in his car back to his home In North Madderson Here were vital witnesses he meant to keep their Information to himself for a while And you stay here he directed Dont talk to an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 22 March 1946

< y FRIDAY MARCH 22 1916 innocent Bystander The Clneraagtclans Paved with guffaws Road to Utopia has Blue and Bob performing their whackro batici Sunbonnet fiue packs the nostalgic charm of a family al- bum playing a he artful of Gus Ed wards lilts Open City which was produced in Italy Is a slam bangup tribute to the Intrepid Ital ian Undergrounders The Sailor Takes a Wife Is a fluffy little ro mantic fable with Robert Walker and June Ally son whipping up the froth Six Gun Man is jtenclled plot repltitious as hiccups Advance reports say that Jour ney Together an importation from Britain by Terrence Ratlgan will be a big click Phantom Ex press costars a yawn and a snore The Radio The newest manwife combo on the air is Mr and Mrs Earl Wilson of Akron Ohio and these parts Via Station WLIB once weekly Billy Halops emoting on CBS Aftermath Is a welcome addition He recently returned from the wars Duffys Tavern Is cooked up by only 11 gagwriters Dead End was loaded with arthy lingo But ...

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