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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 April 1939

h Ifr IT IS FINISHED John 1930 On Good Friday It Is well for us to think of the meaning of Jesus words from the Cross It is finished But what was finished Those who had opposed him thought they had finished a rebel we are more apt to call them reds today who was working to destroy their authority But they were not finished with him Nor were they finished with him when they got rid of Stephens and James and Peter and Paul and they are still bothered by him today But it was finished Gods will had been made known Ills nature had been revealed His spirit had taken on flesh He had dwelt among men Jesus had fulfilled the will of the Father he had finished his work as a man among men He bad laid a perfect foundation for others to build on The great architect of the human soul had finished his planB But still it was not finished for like every man who shows his passport of worthiness at the gate of eternal life he Is forever present In the things that are eternal So until love and goodness ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 April 1939

TRACTOR Overhaul Complete Valve Service for All Cars and Tractors WELDING and Machine Work W WI1WHIM FREE FLOWER For All Who Register W j6irtSC ftok fta Vol < 3 SelfExecution Crimson Gulch has buildings 20 stories hlghl exclaimed the tourist They assist In getting rid of our desperate characters answered Cactus Joe Instead ot following em with the sherifl and his men we let em drink all the liquor they want and take a chance on falling out of a window Think of the Garage Men First Mechanic Which do you prefer leather or fabric uphol- stery Second Mechanic I like fabrics leather Is too hard to wipe your hands on Houston Post Nice Doggie Feminine Voice Hello Is this the Humane society Official Yes Feminine Voice Well theres a book agent sitting here in a tree teasing our dog Farm Tides City Banker visiting the farm I suppose thats the hired man Farmer who has visited banks No thats the first vice president In charge of the cows Ominous The chiefs secretarys typewrit- er is rattling...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 April 1939

IfcrsV LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1115 OR 5575 READERS THE HEMPHILL COUNTY Vol I Lights of New York By L L Stcvcmon Manhattan Miracles Old women Juggling heavy baskets of pretzels on their heads Blasters who stand 30 feet away from dynamite explosions without holding their ears Cops who stand In the midst of speeding traffic without batting an eye Crowds and crouds of people without a smile to be seen Subway riders who suffer every known inconvenience from overcrowding yet never com- plain Health faddists who walk around in shirt sleeves in the cold Joe in Training Joe Louis heavyweight boxing champ Isnt working very hard at the wood pile In preparation for his title bout Tuesday at Los Angeles with Jack Roper The champ in training at a Negro dude ranch near Victorville Calif thinks Mr Roper will be a pushover Nationally Known Boxer Directs Canadian Tournament Le Roy Davis director of the big amateur champions boxing tournament Canadian April 2021 sponsored by The News i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 April 1939

THE HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Tezai OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publuher Mri Othello Miller Adrertiiing Earl Scoop Clark Reporter Published Every Friday Delnered free by carriers to every home m Canadian Texas and sent by mail to every farm and ranch In Canadians trade territory Circu- lation 1115 or more than 350 more than the total circulation of any other adsheet or newspaper pub- lished in Hemphill County Originality Plus If Tho News was on old established paper with around a thousand dollars worth of subscription revenue each year if it enjoyed the lowest postal rates the goernment allows if it boasted a news < paper press and a linotype if then a free circulation paper with absolutely no capital no newspaper press or linotype highest postal rates and no subscription revenue SHOULD SO STIIt IT FROM ITS LETHARGY as to cause it to copy the giving of theatre passes and the printing of outside news pictures The News would blush with humiliation and would HANG ITS HEAD IN SHAME Mr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 April 1939

MV H r jptJffF SjSfi V TWSRM Mail Entries Now To LE ROY DAVIS Director Canadian Texas THRILLS By The Bcsf Amateur Fighters in this Section wucvanifp nW w mfW Fight Starts at 815 This Tournament is open to all amateur fighters Winners of this meet will receive blue and gold satin boxing trunks Additional awards will be 1 Trophy for the team with the most winners 2 Trophy for the team that comes the greatest distance 3 Trophy for the quickest knockout 4 Trophy for the boy who makes the most knockouts 6 Trophy for the most popular champion 6 Trophy for sportsmanship 7 Many other trophies will be awarded These trophies will be on display as soon as they arrive at both drug- stores Sponsored by The Hemphill County News ISmmmrtmi 2 NIGHTS ONLY Thursday Friday APRIL 2021 < 4WfcA ajjbf

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 April 1939

Tfr m > im w ner PHOTO ENLARGED Only 49c When you h e hid 55 worth of LAUNDSY done by ui 1hone 3 De Luxe Service 20 Lbs 200 White Way Laundry nse f f fleA iM w3 ° 23 Mrs Freddie Wood formerly of this city was married to J A Potts of Amarillo Sunday April 2 Freddie is known here as Mrs Dill Wood Among the college students who returned home for the Easter holidays were Gordon Weathoiby Earl E Wilbur LeRoy Davie Tom Studer Russell Hardage Gene Blue and Josh Hoppicans Frank Adans professional hot check rasscr has been jailed at Sedan Kansas Adams passed several hot checks in Canadian BEST WAY STORE JOHNSONS GROCERY PIGGLY WIGGLY FLEWELLING GROCERY SCOTT GROCERY t L 7 ifrf 1 Jk jmi > SPRING CHECK UP Transmission ODlffCrentlal Motor OHypold Extreme Lubricant Thuban New Texaco Motor Oil Ollavollnc Pennzoll OQuaker State Germ Process OTIRES OTUBES eBATTERIUS Texas Service Station F COLE PHONE 13 BITTERSWEET NOUGAT CAKE H up Spry J ouncei cboco I tcaipoon lilt lite melted 1 tetipooti v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 April 1939

lh The Panhandle A M ACapclIa choir which will present a sacred concert at the Canadian Metho- dist church Sunday night April 16 New Press T h o Hemphill County News wa3 wholly unable to cope with the unus- ually largo amount of advertising and news received thi3 weet While The News is better equipped for job printing than any other shop in this territory it has no newspaper equipment whatso ever turning out The News on a job rrcss Arrangements are being made to Mustard or Turnip Greens KreMel Dessert have a nice little newspaper press on The News floor within two or three weeks The Chris Chisum family of Miami visited in the L C McCristlon home Sunday afternoon Mrs Chisum is Mrs McCristions daughter A severe dust storm struck Canadian Sunday night L B Cross vi business Monday 25c as in Amanllo vtJJMis trrvs rrninsszmr > r HTrTZ rrr Appl es The K H Shaller family and M V Bernson attended a Magnolia meeting recently Mother Armstrong is very ill at her home Mr and Mrs Ford Sollock ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 14 April 1939

WE ARE now prepared to success- fully treat colitis Have the latest modern equip- ment in the office OUR PATIENTS are well pleased Have two well trained lady techni- cians who have their own separate private treating OUR PRICES are very reasonable amlnations FREE Ex Dr W R German CANADIAN TEX S ATTENTION Friday April 14th We will hold a demonstra- tion of McCormickDccr ing Tractors and Farm Equipment at our place of business and a field dem- onstration close to Cana- dian Bryant Implement Co free Lunch at Noon Coach Stine Cain and wife of ICffKriri A Wheeler were recent guests of Coach I Toby Waggoner and family j The Hyan family of Amarlllo spent Easter in the J M Johnson home The Earnest Clark family has moved to the Stickley apartments Oles Hogue of Durham has leased the Ueed Shoe Shop from W W Ilced and will operate It under the name of the Hogue Boot Shop Bandmaster Strain of W T S T C- at Canyon has been visiting his daugh- ter Mrs Ruth Liddle Ensnsi I have leased the W W fj R...

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

If 1 < ysr < rer M TWAw i r t Vol I Local Business Man and Office Force Pose for Picture Albert P Knollenberg local business man and newsmonger pictured here- with pretty Miss Ncoa Verkler Neola you told me Id never get your picture in The NewsEditor Lights of New York By L L STEVENSON Finish Gertrude Berg knows a young physician who asks each pa- tient a long list of questions as to what he eats It doesnt help him in the diagnosis But does help him in fixing his fee Frank Novak heard a man threat- ening an actor that unless he paid up hed turn oil the gas He wasnt a public utility employee but a press agent and I guess Id better write THE END g BcU Syndlcute WNU Service Swimming Motion Found Way to Fight SnowcliJe WINNIPEG MAN If you find yourself engulfed in a sriowslide just swim for all you are worth That is the advice of It B Millei of Jasper Altu He said its the only chance in the world you have to survive If you swim jusi as if yo were in water you moy keep yourself nea...

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

THE HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher Mrs Othello Miller Advertising Earl Scoop Clerk Reporter Published Every Friday Delivered free by carriers to every home in Canadian Texas and sent by mail to every farm and ranch in Canadians trade territory Circu- lation 1115 or more than 350 more than the total circulation of any other adsheet or newspaper pub- lished in Hemphill County THE POOR LITTLE LION A mother was telling her little girl about the suilerings of the early martyrs and to Illustrate the story showed her some pictures of the scenes In the Roman Arena where the Christian women and children were being fed to the lions Pretty soon the little girl burst Into tears The mother was sure she had made a lasting Impression on the child un- til between sobs she said Look there Mamma There is a poor lit- tle lion without any Christian Another Language Bring me a plate of hash said the diner The waiter walked over to the kitchen elevator Gent wants to t...

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

WniSsyjagWWWWJu Vh fvtum yHftr i The First National Bank and the Southwest National Dank ate con- solidating today It will be known as the First National Bank but will be lo- cated In the building formerly occupied by the Southwest National The golf course has had Its Spring cleaning and the greens are in fine shape L W Scott proprietor of the Plains Maytag Co of Fampa spent Wcdnes day working with J E Gilbert Mrs Arthur Davidson is seriously il and her sister Mrs Baker of St Louis is here with her W F Richardson had the misfortune tobreak his arm Wednesday Ben Scott spent Monday In Dal hart en business Mrs Abe Haddox is able to be out again after several days of illness Will Crow spent Monday in Wheeler on business Mrs J C Mason who has been quite ill with the flu is much improved Little Arthur Verkler small Bon of Mrs Louise Verkler has been very 111 with pneumonia Mr and Mrs Arthur Torbar are re- joicing over the arrival of a 6 lb baby girl Little Shirley Ann was born at the Shat...

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

TTw fUB Wli HORSE OR TRACTOR EXPENSE IS SAME Facts Brought Out in Analysis of Records an The average expense a crop acre for man labor horse and machinery use on arms Is practically the same for horse farms standard tractor farms nnd generalpurpose tractor farms This Is one of the facts on changes In the use of farm power brought out in an analysis of records kept from 193D to 1936 In cooperation with the department of agricultural economics College of Agriculture University of Illinois A summary of the annlysis is reported by P E Johnston associate chief In agricul- tural economics in a recent issue of Illinois Farm Economics pub- lished by the department of agri- cultural economics Other studies Indicate that farm- ers who contlnucdo operate their farms with horses are more effi- cient in the use of horse power It Is explained The records also indi- cate that the expense for man la- bor has been reduced only slightly by the addition of tractors In some cases tractors have enabled ...

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

jv Sk Find Custer Order Cause of Massacre Paper Discovered in Butt Of Old Army Pistol CHICA CALIF A written order of Gen George Custer to one of his officers In January 1876 and which is believed to have a direct result on the historic Custers Last Stand four months later has been found here In the butt of an old army pistol The discovery was made by Charles Billlck 15 years old who through idle curiosity removed the walnut strips from the sides of a rusty old cap and ball pistol one of many in his fathers collection From the corner of the metal frame fell a folded bit of paper yellowed with age A magnifying glass brought out the message writ- ten In pencil which read January 28 1876 General Crook Hold regiment two days before attack Sioux en- campment General Custer The order Is believed to be the one which resulted in the attack by General Crook on February 7 1876 on a Sioux encampment along the Missouri river It was this attack some historians believe that spurred the Sioux tribe...

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

Best Musk Produced by Deer of the Himalayas Throughout the long roll ot the centuries there have been lnnu t merable perfumes However the bases the fixatives were a few natural products the most famous of which Is musk Sev- eral animals produce musk but the best comes from the male musk deer of the Himalayas according to an authority In the Philadelphia Ilecord < < m The musk deer Is only 20 Inches high has no antlers and its teeth 2 project like tusks In the male This tiny deer carries beneath the skin of his stomach a sack about the size of an orange in which la found a dark brown substance somewhat like wet gingerbread found only in the male This musk Is about the strong- est smelling substance known rath- er nromatlc and pleasant The deer is killed the musk sack extracted and dried then packed by camel caravan across the Immense plains of Asia to the centers where it finds its way into world trade Long before the Christian era men were killing musk deer and dealing In the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 21 April 1939

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 28 April 1939

Vol I ITS A DEEP DARK SECRET Yea sir the truth can never be toldt The Sand Burr will always won- der how The News got Its publishers picture on the front page And Mr Knollenberg being the fine old gentleman he is well bet he enjoyed it as much aa The News force This might be a good place to mention that Miss Verkler an old employee of The Miller Print Shop though now working for the Sartd Burr is still the pet of The Hemp hill County News BLESSED EVENT A 6lb baby girl Karen Kathleen was born to Mr and Mrs Herman Lloyd Wright April 13 Mrs Wright will be remembered as La Vare Sprague LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 OR 5580 READERS THE GET HIGH YIELDS IN USING HYBRIDS Attention Must Be Paid To Soil Fertility Called a miracle crop by some producers hybrid corn Is not mirac- ulous enough to produce increased yields without making increased de- mands on soil fertility according to C M LInslcy soils extension spe- cialist College of Agriculture Uni- versity of Illinois As farme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 28 April 1939

IE HEMPHILL CO NEWS Cnltdian Texai Kello Millr Editor PublUlr iri Othello Millar AdVortWinf Earl Scoop CUrkRoporter PuMUhed Ererr Friday Delivered free by carrier to every home in Canadian Texat and tent by mall to every farm and ranch in Canadians trade territory Circulation 1116 or over 350 more than the total clr f culatlon of any other adtheet or newspaper published In Hemphill County A For Those Who Can AFFORD IT Have Your Signs Fainted by Gilbert Porter AUTO NEED OLD SHOES made to look LIKE NEW SHOE REPAIR A Born Fireman When Ire drill is held at theMftjr B Isaacs school it is the fJty of those sitting next to the windows to clOEe them and prevent drafts from fanning the flames Imagine then the embarrassment of the little fifth grade boy who closed his window with such zeal last Tuesday that rfe shattered the gists Into many pieces Fine Hand Made Boots t C Helton of Zybach was in town Tuesday with his violin JefTery Martel small son of Mr and Mrs Austin Caldwell has gained two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 28 April 1939

s fc Wft T i NOTICE We the Ministerial Alliance of Canadian Texas are heartily opposed to having a rodeo on Sunday and as memben of the Chamber of Com- merce recommend that the rodeo bo held on July 3 i and 61939 Signed D L McCree Pres W R Drake J C Jordan W A Fito Bill Flewelllng friendly proprietor of the Flewelllng hardware store intends to move his family to Canadian soon if he can find a house CANADIAN Trl Sat April 2829 Gene Autry COLD Ml M Sun Mon April 30June 1 Mickey Rooney In Tuesday Only May 2 FUST LOOSE Robt Montgomery Wed Tim May 34 An O K Road Show You Cant Cheat an Honest Man Edgar Bergen Chas McCarthy Clifton Sells Variety Store Walter Jones and Mary Owen have purchased Cliftons Variety Store Miss Owen will manage the bushess and the new owners cordially Invite you to come in and get acquainted Mr and Mrs Clifton have pur- chased another store in New Mexico Senior Play Huge Success I The high school seniors put on one of the best plays of the season at the city hall ...

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

Vol I NOTICE Do you want to receive a real print- ed paper every Tuerday or just on Fridaj Readers response wllldecire whether the Tun day r oper will cor tlnue or not Wantads are 16c Why Pey More tOMTitlWWBMJ All this week we offer Lidici and Mttiei Toppers Sweaters Wool Sulti Jackets and one lot of La- dies Print Silk Dresses at very attractive prices You will be pleased at the nice quality and th Tery very low price Really its north nhile to investigate The Toggery Phone 198 NICE VEGETABLES The Hemphill County News M A Mclnnis winner for north ern California competed in the finals of a nationwide old time printers contest held Friday atr Sacramento Golden Empire centennial The con test was designed to find the oldest printer who can still set type by hand Arthur Goodgion uncle of John Goodgion of Canadian will spend the summer hei e Mrs Roy Chumbley Is ill at her I home No armirsion will be charged at tho countjwide sinping convention to be held at the city hall Sunday JONS FRESH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 2 May 1939

PHOTO ENLARGED Only 49c De Luxe Service 20 Lbs 1 White Way Laundry THEATRE Tonite Only 105 PHOTO SALE NITE ON THE SCREEN Fast 4 Loose Robt Montgomery Right on tho Job You know Robinson Yes What about him Well he owed me 50 and I ildnt get it back So when I ird hed started a debtcollecting liness I wrote and asked him to lect my debt He wrote back and < 1 that all his eflorts had failed i charged me 5 expenses ay Stories Magazine More Definite With all due reverence my boy eally think our English custom the telephone Is better than say Hello as you do In the United ites What do you say in England We say Are you there Then course II you ore not there there no use in going on with the con rsatlon THE COUNT He got hot and made a rush or u eh Yep but I knocked him cold Moving Story rhc Drownes were moving to an ler house Suddenly Mrs Browne nd that little Eric was missing e hadnt seen him for hall an ur Have you seen my little Eric t asked one of the removal men No mum replied the man...

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