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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 January 1941

t X LQG5ALNEWS The Rev and Mrs A u b r a y Heynea of ShamroekVisited In the home of Mrs E J Pickens this week Mr Haynes was formerly pastor of the local Methodist church Mr and Mrs Arthur Barnett and Mr and Mrs W W Anderson of Woodward Ok Miss Helen Anderson of Hardtner Kans and R B Miller spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs Othello Miller and family The Hev W H Drake will preach at Valley View Sunday attemoon at 230 Mr and Mrs Carroll Dean and family have returned to Tucumcarl N Mex after spending several V eeks here with Mr and Mrs W A Bean Editor R B Haynes of the Miami Chief was a caller at The News olBce yesterday Mrs Julia K Waller longtime Canadian kindergarten teacher passed away at her home Wednes- day moruing after a long illness Llndle Derrick and Miss Glendora Arncy of Glazier were married on Christmas by the Rev W H Drake Johnnie Hood Is visiting his mother Mrs Daisy Hood Little Glen Trueblood continues to Improve Mrs Sid Henderson has been taken to the Shattuck hospital Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 January 1941

III At The S III Grain 1hermometer A NEWTHERAAOM tl ER CHECKS THE tMPERATURE OF GRAIN IN Bl nO FEET DEEP 1 preveNit IN OVERS HEATING FMSAT Jin 31 Wyoming PREVUESUNMON Jan 56 Ea8tof the River PALACE THCATRE TUESDAY ONLY cdu No T por me WEDTHURS Jan 89 Tin Pan Alley AMAZE A MINUTE SCIENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD Mosquito wings Mosquitoes = = = = > have over ± vni Z SQUARE YAROfr Zzz tt Z OF WING AREA = jgB LJ S POUND OF WEIGHT Btll SyndUale FLOWERS For Every Occasion Canadian Floral Co Bonded Member F T D Phone 251 A Long Range Prediction By JOIIN ADAMS On July 21776 the delegates from the 13 colonics meeting In Phila delphla voted to separate from Brit Pin On that day two days before the Declaration of Independence was sifirrd Jqhn Adams later to become second President of the United States wrote to his wife Abigail I cm apt to believe that it the day will be colcbrated by succeed- ing generations as the great anaiver sary festival It ought to be com- memorated as the day of deliver ante b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 January 1941

ft WW Largest Circulation in Hemphill County 5500 Readers 1100 Copies Volume III P E T E R E E Qtv light Jim Eller who has been III for some time is repotted much im- proved Mrs Alex Simpson remains serl ously ill at the local hospital < Mrs Jesse Swires is home at her John Davidson is Buffering with JvhsflHi > > JM W B Phillips and Wayne Newell visited George Zollars Sunday ChettettheTup By GEORGE OHAUOflAN THE kids came over and called for Crackerskull and me to play hide and seek with them this eve- ning They call for us most every evening to play marbles or ball or something We have a lot of fun too The old boy hollers and yells louder than all the kids put together end most of the neighbors think hes nuttier than a pecan grove One of the ladles told Clara she thought that whatever it was he used for a brain was getting a Utile mildewed from his going around without wear- ing a hat But that doesnt bother Crackerskull He thinks neighbors are only a necessary evil like an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 January 1941

w OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher V The Henipliiil County News CANADIAN TEXAS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY COMPENSATION The corn ciop was very Inferior indeed last year But Just notice tho artistically improved labels theyre putting on the bottles my friend High Alrplano Beacon One of the highest olrphne bea- con lights In the United States Is at an elevation of 0232 feet on Dill Williams mountain In Arizona Revolutionary War Loans Over 300 000 In cash v as bor- rowed by the United States during the last two years of the Revolution- ary war Arizonas Five Ca Arl7onas principal Industries ara popularly designated the five CsM cattle copper cotton climate and citrus Fort Defiance Fort Defiance established In 1852 was the first military post In Ari- zona and was organized in defi- ance of the warring Indians V S Soldiers In Old Tort Soldiers of the Sixtyfifth U S Infantry are living In El Morro 400 yearold Spanish fort in Puerto Xlfco Oriental Tarty Toshlko Matsumoto was the guest of honor at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 January 1941

z > mfln tf v s FROM THE SAME MAN he iayi thea had a dozen propositi May Yes 1 knowall from the game man Seventeenth cfentnry economics Believing tbat It was necessary t Ihreaten employees with hunger In order to fict more work from them Dutch and English economic litera- ture In the Seventeenth century stressed the necessity of lowering wages to the minimal level of sub- sistence First Etatc University University of North Carolina opened its doors In 1795 the first state university to do so However It was a month before the first stu- dent appeared He was Hinton James who walked 170 miles from Wilmington to matriculate Stream Foliation r A stream that docs not appear to be dangerously polluted In cool weather may be quickly robbed of oxygen and become septic during a warm spell according to the Amer- ican Chemical society This Way Out In solitary confinement after stab- bing his cellmate with a table knife smuggled from the prison dining room Michael Cfpy explained to Pennsylvan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 January 1941

I At The TIIEATRL Canadian fcggx K T gCTBaagfflgagi FMSAT J n 1011 Dr Kildare Goes Home West of Abilene tHEVUESUNMOrt Jan 1213 PALACE Trail of Lonesome Pine TUESDAY ONLY Youth Will Be Served WEDTHURS Jan 1516 Flight Command AMAZE A MINUTE SCIENf iFACTS BY ARNOLD A Indianapolis capital j S op Indiana is the largest CITY IN THE WORLD NOT ON NAVIGABLE WATER B IISynJ t VNUSfnJft FLOWERS For Every Occasion n Canadian Floral Co Bonded Member F T D Phone 251 AMAZE A MINUTE SCIENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD Monoxide poisoning One PART OP CARBON MONOXIDE IN 10000 PARTS OF AIR CAUSES HEADACHE ONE PER CENT IS rtp SURE DEATH From 35c to 100 R B MILLER AT THE NEWS OFFICE DONT WASTE MOKEY ok IMITATION ADVERTISING The Hemphill County News Friday January 101941 STAR DUST Continued from page l Waltz King and the demand for waltz music began to exceed the supply on hand Since ttfen hes been collecting what has crown Into probably the largest library of waltz music In the country Ills re- search staff includes t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 January 1941

m X V Volume III E JPj H WFTFT 7Vl < 8J Largest Circulation in Hemphill County 5500 Readers 1100 Copies DECLARE YOUR INDEPENDENCE NOW Over one hundred and fifty years ago independence for America became a fact And yet many Americans to- day remain slaves to outmoded ways of home life slaves to drudgery and discomfort Now is the time to create a- new freedom with the aid of NATURAL GAS SERVICE Your local gas company man- ager will be happy to survey your home and help you plan for real independence from winter discomfort Public Service Corporation OF TEXAS You Can Do It Bettor With Gas The News second msgaiine sec- tion is being distributed today This 8p ge feature is put out by The News on the third Friday of ch month Its well worth reading folks Miss Velma Payne English teach- er at the high school is a patient in the hospital Mrs M G Johnson is suffering with the flu Mr and Mrs C E Evans attend- ed the funeral of Donald Thompson at Fort Cobb Okla Thursday Mrs F C Killebrew was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 January 1941

Ttie Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ADVERTISE THE NEWS QABBY JERTIE Every 20 years the popuhr skirt length Is b fraction over two feet Miss Mattie Cook teacher of the Dlue Uldge school was a Saturday visitor In Canadian 500 STATEMENTS 500 LETTERHEADS 1000 ENVELOPES Regular Price 1345 Special d11 J IE1IILB0ND iJl ° 1000 STATEMENTS 1000 ENVELOPES Regular Price 1050 1000 LETTERHEADS 1000 ENVELOPES Regular Price 1200 This Month a Only < plv a Pink or Blue Bordered BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS With Pink or Blue Ribbons Paneled 50 for398 100 for698 Finest Quality PANELED VISITING CARDS 100 Cards 135 Paneled White Vellum WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS With Envelopes 50 for 480 100 for 735 Printed in Old EnftUoii type The Hemphill County News Friday January 171941 LOCAL NEWS Mrs Pat Crawford of Glazier hopped In Canadian Saturday Mickey Simpson returned from Dumas last week He has just re- covered from the flu Mr nnd Mrs Ed SprucI of Men dota vis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 January 1941

ISTfs sijjr The Hemphill County News Fridny January 171941 LOCAL NEWS A Deltel engine pulling five pas- senger coaches and 108 freight can passed through Canadian Sunday evening Mrs Harry Hlnes of the Locust Qrovo community was In Canadian Saturday Mrs J C Free and daughter Dorothy visited In Wheeler last week STAR DUST Continued from page 1 hed suffered for The Lady Eve was over and he was free to go ahead and make love to Barbara Stanwyck according to the script Hed stumbled over Miss Stan wycks legs twice crashed Into wait- ers carrying trays fallen over a sofa into a platter of food been drenched by 1 roast beef gravy and 2 hot coffee and pulled some heavy por- tieres down on himself All for the sake of amusing us Itudy Vallec has emerged as a triple threat man on his Thursday program over the NBC red network Not only docs he slog and lead the orchestra but he also docs a lot of verbal sparring with John Barry more who is now a permanent fea- ture of the program We dont know whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 January 1941

11At At Tin PAL THEATRE Canadian I FRISAT Jan 1718 Take Me Back to Okla Charter Pilot PREVUE SUNMON Jan 1920 North West Mounted Police TUESDAY ONLY Christmas in July WFD TIIURS Jnn 2223 Strike Up The Band From 35c to 100 R B MILLER AT THE NEWS OFFICE LOCAL NEWS Mrs W C Morris and baby son of Briscoe spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs J C Free Mrs E M McDaniels is on the sick list Dill Tolsr of the Lone Star community was a business cal er in Canadian Thursday Mrs K T Chumbley is seriously ill at her home this week Mrs W 11 Phillips shopped In Amanllo Friday Ed Soles Is on the sick list thu week Mr nnd Mrs Wayne Newell wore In Amarillo Tridoy visiting their daughter Mrs Valeska Harrington Mr and Mrs Dale Nix rao as their guests this week the Rev and Mrs J 0 Quattlebaum Tv m The Hemphill County News Friday January 17 1941 TOMATOES No 2 Can 5 Can Limit 5c Fresh Gold Premium Pound Roll 3 Macaroni or Spaghetti 2lb cello bag 15c APRICOTS No 2 Can Pie Truit 12c Florida Orange Ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 January 1941

v i w > rV 1 Largest Circulation in Hemphill County 3375 Readers 1125 Copies Volume III you men who want really goodlooking comfortable shaves at big saving heres a the best news In years You saa shave with a genuine Gillette Blade precision mado to fit your rasor exactly and pay only 10c for 41 The new Thin Gillette Is made of steel hard enough to easyflexing cut glass Whata more it has edges of an entirely new kind that stand for swell shave after an up one other Buy a package of Thin QUIettes from dealer today your and protect your face from smart and bum caused by misfit blades ft Save Here Get Our Prices Before You Trade Tractors or Pickups Rebuild Your Tractor Now NEW PAINT At Half Price For Sale Good Used Tractors and Pickups Bryant Implement Co 1932 January 1932 1 2 3 4 3 e 7 S 9 lO II 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 H 2526 27 2S 29 30 C flS v Sric < i iiiii i M i > Mi1i > Sure ws know this calendar is out of date and useless But Its usefulness and effectiven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 January 1941

Tlis Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BBSS LOCAL NEWS Don Moss former Canadian business man died at Perryton Thursday Shirley Faye Jones who has been ill At Amarlllo Is improving Mr and Mrs W D Prater and children of Twitty visited Mrs Hhoda Prater Sunday STAR DUST r ps t t Fsn Hr wvi rfwqqKmwZ SyZypT wW Tf sMjefcstHf j Continued from page 1 Tian taih a fole m tngettVictory Kitty Foyte it the fortyncond Cicture in tchieh Ginger tiogen ha een featured or ttarred CGuy Kihhee got the title role in Scattcrgood Dainei at the request o tii nulhor Aversion to Untidiness When we meet untidy people wo are likely to feci a sense of aversion that often blinds us to the qualities we might otherwise admire We may grow to like them notwithstand- ing but there Is always a hope that their standards will improve Prize Lemon A lemon weighing 24 pounds Is reported to be the largest specimen in a recent crop of 247000000 Cali- fornia lemons Load...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 January 1941

Thousands wp of ISLANDS There are more than 9000 iscahos away from oitt be TOTHE US V TnV AMAZE A MINUTE SCIENTIFACT3 r jjy ARNOLD IELONGING g C NO GIRAFFE CALL The giraffes larynx is so little developed it cam utter no sound even when GREATLY PXCITEQ Weather STATION Peak HlGHEST WEATHER station ever maintained was on top op the i920j foot Peruvian volcano El Mist TELLEM SELLE THROUGH THESE AD COLUMNS 9ft rvPT T LOCAL NEWS Mr and Mrs Roy Potter of Mo beetle visited Mrs Uhoda Prater last week Dr and Mrs A G Caldwell have been visiting in the D Steele home W II Ballard of Pocahontas Ark is visiting his sister Mrs Ida Laughrcy this week ifteqdachesj r you never have had any of these pains be thank- ful They can take a lot of the Joy out of life If you have ever suffered qs most of us have from a headache the next lime try DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS You will find them pleasant to take and unusu- ally prompt and effective in- action Dr Miles AntlPaln Pills are also recommended for Neuralgia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 January 1941

I > II At Tha PALACE THEATRE Canadian I FRISAT Jan 2425 Ride Tenderfoot Ride Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum PREVUESUNMON Jan 2627 Marx Bros Go West TUESDAY ONLY Bittersweet WEDTIIURS Jan 2930 Escape caaKasnnUoUiwacjcs From 35c to 100 R B MILLER AT THE NEWS OFFICE The Hemphill County News Friday January 24 1941 localnews Hn Marlon Smith of Gem spent Saturday In Canadian Mr and Mrs L M Rogers of Glazier visited In Canadian Satur- day W B Phillips and Ray Condo visited George Zollara Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Farnsworth of Glazier were business callers in Canadian Saturday Oscar Forgey was in town from his ranch near Gem Saturday Mr and Mrs Ross Stucker of the Booster community were in town Saturday Sam LItenbee is ill this week Mr Llsenbee recently lost tho end of i finger while attempting to separate two fighting dogs Mrs W D Fisher has been suffering with the flu We Pay HigHest Market Price Cash for Cream Eggs and Poultry A Good Place To Trade So Rich It Whips Santa Fe White or Gold...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 January 1941

i 1 a far Largest Circulation in Hemphill County 3375 Readers 1125 Copies Volume III Receive Notice of Daughters Marriage Mr and Mrs Tom Hutton have received word of the marriage of tlielr daughter Alice to Mr Clifford Xoat an army officer of 1 Paso Texas MraSam Kreible and children of the Wright ranch were in town Saturday a E fnmmt xmmu tmi nrnnnwitMrmtem E5 PHONE 2811 MigrLirgjiWM rfr Mi YouH And our workmanship excellent the result of many years experience In the job printing line Youll find our Job presses not to be confused with our newspaper press among the best In the Panhandle Youll find our assortment of 64 different sizes and styles of type Is unusually largo Youll find our hundreds of Illustrations coyer every line of business thoroughly and Yoiill find our prices exceptionally low forrthUclass of work LET EVERYBODY SEE IT PUT IT IN THE NEWS Tom Carruth Buried In Local Cemetery Tom Carruth of Miami who died at Amarillo Friday was buried in the Canadian cemetery Sunday Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 January 1941

Tlic Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher rUDLISHEO EVERY FRIDAY LOCAL NEWS The Home Demonstration club met at tho borne of Mrs J M Johmon Friday Mr and Mrs W D Thrasher were shopping In Amarillo Wcdnes day Mrs Tom ITutton is ill with tho flu this week Woman Gives Birth to Second Twin Set in Year ST LOUIS James and Jacque- lyn Jones twins are only 11 months older than Franklin and Henry Jones their twin brothers Parents ot the two sets of twins in less than a year are Mr and Mrs William Jones James and Jacqlieiyn were born December 3 1933 Franklin and Henry born tho day after the elec- tion were named alter tho Presi- dent and tho vice president One Shot in the Rabbit Worth Two in Appendix RENSSELAER N Y Tho gun- shot he used so often to fell wild fabblts finally felled Charles W Weston himself Stricken with severe abdominal pain Weston was taken to a hos- pital where an appendix operatn was performed Xrays disclosed bits of buckshot lodged in his appe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 January 1941

t rtl LOCAL NEWS Mrs Bert Ktlpsr of Briicoe was Cuiadlin shopptr Saturday Mrs Morris Anderson who livti near Miami was In town Thursday Ml and Mrs W A Map visit od tho Elvis KHUbrew family at Arnatt Sunday Turn In your items of news e o But I would like to tell you all about Pavlovskys milk Id tell you how much I enjoy it how it makes me gain weight every single day and how long it seems before I get itl But I cant talkl And besides Im pretty busy nowl r FMSJWIp Farm Notes Hay crop seed production Is about 10 per cent above any recent year except 1038 and 1939 The number of farms served by electric light and power companies In the United States Increased 08 per- cent during the years 1932 to 1938 from about 710000 to more than 1400000 farms YOUR BABY NEEDS RICH WHOLESOME PAVLOVSKYS MILK PHONE 296 PAVLOVSKYS DAIRY You Can Whip My Crcam > But You Cant Beat My Milk rzj P His Idle 25Cent Boast Buys Him a Village Lot J rAIRBURV KEB Everett Clijrk mingling with a crowd at tending a tax...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 31 January 1941

SWINEDISSASE SPREADFEARED Erysipelas Presents a New Threat in U S Throughout the agci ons of the first and most certain results of wor has been a marked Increase in the contagious dlseaio of live stock One serious animal disease or example gained entry here be lore the war and has already caused serious losses to live stock producers In a number of states This plague is known as Sulne ryslpolas a name which Is prob- ably more familiar to most Amer- ican farmers than the disease Itself Today serious outbreaks of Ery- sipelas ore Eilnmg In frequency In many statis Naturally the great crt losses huve occurred In the swine raining sections of the Middle West but according to the American Foundation for Animal Health the disease has now been recognized In at least 33 states Swlne Coslpelas Is caused by a specific bacterial organism In swine this organism or germ may cause several different types of the disease varying from the very acute bloodpoisoning type to the slowly developing chron...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 February 1941

ft Mr m Largest Circulation in Hemphill County 3375 Readers 1125 Copies Volume III Nazarene Revival Services Closing Evangelist W II Snow who is conducting rsvlval service at the Church of The Nasarene is bring- ing stirring messages each evening The Rev C J Cromwell is in charge of the singing The services are closing tonight and those who have not yet attend- ed are invited to do eo Infant Dies Here Friday Janice Sue Porter infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Jamea A Porter Jr passed away Friday Funeral services were held at the Presby- terian church Saturday afternoon Miami Band Concert Here Yesterday The Miami high school band gave a concert in Canadian yesterday af- ternoon The band is directed by Hugh Harmon and consists of 40 pieces They w erc accompanied by- E M Ballengee KEYS MADE From 35c up R B Miller at The News office Adv Mr and Mrs E P Gibson and small daughter Nancy of Amanita visited his brother Coach B M Gibson and attended the basket- ball tournament Pauline Shelton of M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 February 1941

K1UVJZ3 BJB UUIJilB Tlie Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY tea LOCAL NEWS Dill Tolbcrt of Miami wa in Canadian Saturday night Clifford Tepe and wife of Call ornia are visiting the Ben Tepo family Kate Ferguson of Miami was In town Saturday Operation Saves Babe From Appendicitis W ATKINS GLEN N V A uc cessful appendicitis operation up- on a 16 < rnonUVold child hat been performed In what Shcpard Re- lief hospital attaches said was an extremely rare medical case because otthe patients age The operation was performed upon the son of Mr and Mrs Clayton Crout of Montour Falls Value of Silage A simple rule arid one that works out pretty well Is to consider silage worth onehalf the value of good legume hay Silage that runs 10 tons to the acre must make about 50 bushels therefore 1 ton of silage should be worth 8 bushels of corn plus 300 pounds of hay With corn at 73 cents a bushel and hay at 19 a ton good silage would be worth abo...

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