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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 26 May 1939

THE HEMPHILL CO NEWS PHONE 119 CANADIAN TEXAS Othello Miller Editor Publisher Mrs Othello Miller Adrertiaini Eerl Scoop CUilcReporter Published Every Friday Delivered free by carriert to every home In Canadian Texas and tent by mall to every farm and ranch In Canadians trade territory Circulation 1116 or over 3S0 more than the total cir- culation of any other adtheet or newspaper published In Hemphill County Its Overawful AN EDITORIAL It couldnt have happened any- where but in Canadlanl What an unkind remark to make about a man who has always been more than a watchman A man who has been a peacemaker an advisor a friend hundreds of times Charlie AUordl How anyone even the unreason- able person who made the above re- mark can expect one man to see everything thats going on in town at the same time Is beyond our com- prehension A woman might do it bat a man neverl Its a sad state of aflairs when our university students who are sup posed to be halfway Intelligent fall to eating live mic...

Publication Title: Hemphill County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 26 May 1939

SICK OF IT I am sick of reading about the berolnef eyet he remarked as he threw the magazine on to the floorWhy Why dear whats the matter she asked tenderly Well first she threw her eyes up to the celling Then she let them drop on the floor After that she darted them down a long corridor and rested them on the cool waters of the lake Soon she must have gotthem back again for when we next hear of her she was bathing them in sad salt tears wiping them and sweeping them with long long lashes Once she was fool enough to rivet them on the dome and when I left off she was just fixing them to an overmantel London Answers Magazine GOOD PRINTING At Lowest Prices The News Office HIS CHOICE Dont ye love de babbling brook an de shady copse De brooks is all right but I dont love no cops shady or other- wise They never did nothln but harm ter me Diogenes and Ills Lantern How do you use a lantern in your search for an honest man asked the citizen I lend it to a man answered Diogenes and if he retu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 26 May 1939

N Tbey foand an old bouse for sale at a song white while the lun parlor adjoin lilt the diningroom was wall- papered In a design with green leaves on a white ground For vari- ation the livingroom at the oppo- site end ox the house from the sun parlor got a pale green celling The rugs In all three rooms were light beige and the furniture cover- ings Included a sofa In a strip ot greens white gray and beige a pair of chairs In dull green and a- wing chair In a warm copperyred A pair ot side chairs got seat cov- ers In a flowered chintz on a whltu ground the same material as that used for window shades In living room and diningroom In the sun- room the shades were plain white because of the figured wall paper Curtains In all the rooms were full ruffled organdy tied back In wide loops Accessories of copper were used with lampshades made of the flowered chintz Dick and Dorothy are making their old furniture do for the pres- ent wlseli ius think alnce lli not Oats Ig 42 oz pkg So bad and ...

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

Vol I Greet Strawberry Shortcakes Return Two Ways of Preparing It Are Fully Explained By EDITH M BARBER NOTHING Is better than luscious juicy brightcolored berries served with thick cream This has been the case ever since cultivated berries were introduced to Europe Nowadays In this large country the strawberry season begins early as the southern crops mature and goes on with but a short lapse when the secondcrop berries arrive in August To show our appreciation we have invented shortcake which although It may be made with other fruits Is generally associated with strawberries Of course I am talk- ing about oldfashioned strawberry shortcake made with rich biscuit dough I like to pat out two rounds of dough to put one into the pan and spread it with softened butter before I put it with the other round Another favorite strawberry des- sert is of English origin This Dev- onshire shortcake must be made 24 hours before it is served A bowl is lined with trimmed buttered bread and crushed ...

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

I THE HEMPHILL CD NEWS TH0NEU9 CANADIAN TEXAS Olhello Miller Editor Pubiiilier Mrt Othello Miller Adrertiting Erl Scoop Clrlc Reporter Published Everjr Priday Delivered free by earners to every home in Canadian Texas and sent by mall to every farm and ranch In Canadians trade territory Circulation 1110 or over 3S0 more than the total cir- culation of any other adtheet or newspaper published in Hemphill County SUGGESTS ELECTRIC FARM WATERWORKS North Carolina System Costs About 100 Uy ItUSSlXL ISROAUIILS A water system can be installed n the farm home for as little as 100 with the advent of rural elcc trlflcatlon throughout the United States New opportunities for installing labor and timesaving equipment are offered farm people at a price they can afford to pay the North Carolina State college has found The first essential In a water sys- tem is a good clean wholesome supply in a quantity sufficient fur the farm and home needs A well should be located at least 50 feet from any possibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 2 June 1939

si I ft LIFES LITTLE im1 Our weekly nut s > Ury has to do with the screwball who was sitting In his cell playing solitaire An- other nut was watching Finally the kibitzer spoke up Wait a mlnutel he cried I just caught you cheating yourself The first nut placed a finger to his lips Shh he whispered Dont tell anybody but for years Ive been cheating myself at solitaire You dont say said his amazed pal Dont you ever catch your- self cheating The first nut shook his head Naw he returned proudly Im too clever The New York American Tl cyd Name Mm Yesslr said young Harry Strange Ive planned just how Ill become a successful lawyer and die weighted down with money and honors Why Ive written my own epitaph Here Lies Harry Who Lived and Died an Honest Law- yer Some epitaphl sniffed a listen- er They wont even know what your name was Sure they will retorted Harry When they read it theyll say Thats Stran cl Not lteiftllicr Lawyer Wjs the man you found under the street car a total stran- ger Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 2 June 1939

OR SOMETHING Being neighbors now we can talk to one another out the windows ond be friends Yes and I hope we will never fall out BOY SCOUTS Want 100f attendance IJoj Scouts to Work on parkway tcday at G30 this evening Every Scout briny tools to work with ai assigned you and In addi- tion brlnjr T1IIIEE BRICKS each Dont fail SCOUTMASTERS Mrs J V Thomas 81jtarold Wheeler resident nrmtd in Cana dian Wednesday morning to vibit with her daughter Mrs J C Tree and family Miss Frances Adam3 has returned Friday Fig Bars Hilton Cello Bag Cake Flour Soap Flake Strawberry ice iream I cup condensed milk k cup water 14 cups strawberries 1 cup cream Mix milk with water thoroughly Crush strawberries well and add to other mixture Whip cream and fold into mixture Turn into freez- ing trays and freeze three to four hours Luncheon Dessert 1 Jar cottage cheese 1 pint strawberries 6 sprigs mint Arrange cottage cheese in the cen- ter of a deep platter Surround the cheese with strawberries sweetened to tas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 9 June 1939

Vol I LAKE MARVIN 0PENSJ300N Canadian long nestling along the Bhorcs of the river bearing the same name has gone nautical For years known as headquarters of the cattleman ranches and rodeo the type of conversation has changed until today one hears such expres- sions as Aye Aye Slrl and earn- est discussions of motor horsepower A stranger would believe the citizens ueie saUors on shore leave from the navy All of this talk hinges around the oj ening of Lake Marvin Sunday June 18 when cowboys of the Pan- handle will try their spurs on buck ing boats instead of brGncs in a ctlel ration that promises to draw the largest crowd ever to visit this cityTheie Theie will bo ten fast boat races a bathing revue to determine Miss Lake Marvin and a score of oher entertaining features with more than 300 00 in cash prizes it was announced today by Delbert Gibson general chairman of the program LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 OR 5580 READERS committee On the dedication program will be II ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 9 June 1939

p THE HEMPHILL CO NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Othello Miller Editor FublUher Mr Othello Miller Advertising Published Every Friday Delivered free by carriers to every home in Canadian Texas and sent by mail to etery farm and ranch in Canadians trade territory Circulation llie or over 3S0 more than the total cir- culation of any other adsheet or newspaper published in Hemphill County Wil Ui IUbTFONED Their boal was drifting Idly on the calm waters the sun shone overhead it was a perfect day After a great deal of silent thought he proposed From the opposite end of the boat she looked at him calmly As a matter of common sense she said calmly realizing that we are in this boat tn the middle of the ocean on water more than fifty feet deep and knowing that if you acted as you will act IX I accept you we should be capsized and remember- ing that neither of us can swim I must decline your proposal But George she added urgent- ly row as fast as you can to the shore and ask me again London Answers Mag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 9 June 1939

u If MESCAL IKE Br s u huntley combine Harvest supplies Flew elllng Hardware Adv SPECIAL Pictures for Fathers Day Next to Little Texas Cafe Adv SPECIAL Barbecque sandwiches and 10 beer White Front DriveIn Adv sSXi WANTED To buy old gold Trade your old watches in on new ones Mowery Jewelry Store Adv FOR SALE 4 good used Com bines 1 good 10ft Power Binder 2 rebuilt Farmalls Bryant Implement Co Adv SHOES SHINED Twotone 20 < White 16 other color 10c Buck Worley Moody Hotel Adv It THANKS your patronage is appreciated Abes Barber Shop Adv NEW AND USEDFurnlture camp cots linoleum City Furniture Co Advl BETTER Haircuts and shaves Manuels Barber Shop pn the high way Adv Quitting Business Now Going On 11230 Stock Sacrificed OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN We are forced to vacate our building by June 17th Prices Have Been Cut Till it Hurts by Now This is the Sale of Sales ALL SALES FINAL No Exchanges No Refunds feMtt Again next week you can get a free ticket to the Palace theatre by putting a 25c ad in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 9 June 1939

i Friday r njf n Local News The Ida Shaller Guild met at the home of Mrs Malouf Abraham Monday Delbert Gibton Best Way store manager made a business trip to Woodward Wednesday afternoon Mr and Mrs Dick llutton and children are spending a two weeks vacation at Long Beach California Alvin Mull and Mr and Mrs C J Kirian and daughter Jeanne of Liberal Kansas spent Sunday visit lnjr Mrs Kirians mother Mrs Joan MullMrs Mrs Mull operates the photo bcoth next to the Texas Cafe Mrs Theola Dargitz Is moving to Snyder Oklahoma today She has been making her homo with lur daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs Andrew G Flanlgan Mr and Mrs Ralph Campbell and family of Woodward spent Sunday with Mrs Campbells parents Mr and Mrs S M Liles Mrs It F Blckel of Lerna Illi- nois is visiting her sister Mrs Earl Gamble and family Clay Adcock has purchased a new Farmall tractor Local News Mrs Geneva Hheuben and son have moved to Gainsville Texas Mr and Mrs Nig Freeman Miss Mdry Helen Lawrence and Henry Henderson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 16 June 1939

Vol I fnUDTf Miss Mary Owen and her sister Mrs Tom Copeland have purchased Walter Jones Interest in the J O Store hei e Mrs Arthur Davidson died at hei home hei o Friday after an illness of several months 1 he News is in receipt of a card from D Ij McCree pastor of the Methodist church who is receiving n edical treatment in Kansas City Miss Chariette Welch Miss Elsie Marvin Miss Cleo Jahnel and Ralph Longhoter spent Sunday with Miss V fetchs patents near Oageby John Drlggs was injured in a fall from the roof of the new house he is building on Elsea street Dob Shaller Buck Campbell and Frank Cole havo returned from a fuhing trip Mrs Heck Ward Miss Laura Louise Studer Miss Martha Lou btrader and Miss Betty Patterson lave ueca attending ihu Brunei Absemuiy ox the liainbuw Girls ll ban Anionia Mi and Mrs John Blue of Ulack wei UKlahuma Mr anu Mis ii U Benjaman ot Hereford and Mrs T C Williams and son ot shamrock visited in the home ot F A Blue over the weekend John Blue is a brother of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 16 June 1939

f h fimmw THE HEMPHILL CO NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Othello Milter Editor Publiiher Mn Othello Miller Adrertiiing 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 Circulation 1116 over 350 more than the total cir- culation of any other adthect or newspaper published in Hemphill County REDUCE TIME AND LABOR ON SILAGE Will Enable Farmer to Put Up Higher Quality Modern equipment and Improved methods greatly reduce the burden of ensiling grasses and legumes save time and enable the farmer to put up a higher quality silage Any green crop that Is harvested for grass silage should go into the silo just as soon alter cutting as possible In good haying weather not over two hours should elapse between mowing and ensiling Dur- ing cloudy or rainy weather some- what longer time may be permissi ble If Ihc crop becomes partly dry In the Held water should be added at the silo in order to re- place the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 16 June 1939

Similarity First Plumber You remind me of Oliver Cromwell Second Plumber Why tnat He didnt know anything about plumb lngFirst First Plumbur No thats whyl Stray Stories Golfers Attention Whats the difference between a professional golfer and an amateur oneWell Well a professional can control his chin both during the game and afterward No News Is Good News By GEORGE PARSONS < D ABBOCiited Newspapers WNU Service uOv COURSE said the smartly dressed visitor as she glanced about the simply furnished sunshiny Utile room I can Imagine your not wanting to work In winter you always did hate wading through slush or snow I remember and It must be sort of nice just to stay at home and take things easy while the mercury clings to zero But In spring well thats different again The bungalow aproned hostess merely smiled as she reflected that stoking a furnace shoveling paths tending to the supply of dry mittens leggings and stocking caps wool socks and warm scarfs for three active children wasnt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 16 June 1939

L The Heart Song Ey OSCAR Y0UN3 GERALDINE imlled over at the anxious ace opposite But ns the would have been honest enough to admit that smile was wholly false and summoned only to reassure De lora Smith But perhaps Geraldlne you can- not afford to let my share of the rent go and still advance me the 40 1 need Forty dollars thought the girl In amazement how In the world can I do It It simply means Ill have to draw It out of my rainy day savings And then 111 have to pay all the rent Geraldlne sat lost In thought forgetting that she was supposed to reply I m planning to leave my violin with you as security Why Miss Delora thats absurd Why should you speak of security when Its a matter between friends Im very glad to be able to ac- commodate you The strained look left the tired middle aged face and Deloras optl mistlc expression returned Its such a wonderful chance my dear I never even hoped to visit Green vllle again my earnings have been so Inadequate lately but now I can see my old ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 16 June 1939

i Rfc MESCAL IKE b s l huntley Twins Retire After working 41 years each in a factory near Birmingham England Miss Jane and Miss Mary Saunders twins have retired rolmanlsms Origin The pelmanlsm system of mental training was founded by W J En never author of Your Mind and How to Use It WE AUE now prepared to success- fully treat colitis Have thelatest modern equip- ment In the office OUR PATIENTS are well pleased Have two well trained lady technicians who have their own separate pri- vate treating rooms OUR PRICES are very reasonable Examinations FREE Dr W R German CANADIAN TEXAS Gretna Green Modern Gretna Greens get their name from a small village In south- ern Scotland which became a fa- vorite place for eloping couples from England after the English Marriage law was revised in the Eighteenth century Many of these runaway marriages were performed over the anvil of the village smithy In Gretna Green by a Scottish law which held a man and woman legal- ly married if they exchanged vows...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 23 June 1939

V Vol I Legion Asks New Post Office ZYBACHOWENS POST AMERICAN LEGION CANADIAN TEXAS June 211939 Hon Marvin Jones House of Rerresentativea Washington D C Dear Mr Jones Once again the American Legion to whose aid > ou have often came in the past addresses itself to you for assistance in procuring for the town of Canadian a new post office which is badly needed here The people of this town and of Hemphill county havealunja leen your ardent sup porters and are so appreciative of your good offices in their behalf that they named the beautiful lake which you made possible for them in your honor The present facilities are entirely inadequate and this town badly Continued on back page Married Man lj MADELINE JONES pROFESSOR WAKLS was wor- ried The letter from Crewe uni- versity promised him exactly the appointment he desired It included a house and this meant he could keep chickens and study the psy- chology of the domestic fowl some- thing hed wished to study for ages It also meant a sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 23 June 1939

ff WpBft ifPW MESCAL IKE b s u huntlev THE HEMPHILL CO NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Othello Miller Editor Publisher Mrs Othello Miller Advertising Eublithcd Ever Triday Delivered free by carriers to every home in Canadian Texas and sent by mail to every farm and ranch in Canadians trade territory Circulation 1116 or over 350 more than the total cir- culation of any other adsheet or newspaper published in Hemphill County MARRIED MAN Continued from page 1 Er the position Is usually held by a married man A house goes with It and er tn short I fear It is not for me I am too old a man to consider er marriage Isnt that rather hard on some nice young girl professor very sweetly Now I know some real lovely girls I should be glad to have you meet Theres Marty Sales and Flappers snapped Wakes Scandalous young people are these days scandalous The little man fidgeted with a paper knife and Mrs Lawrence hoped he might not intend a personal injury to any marauding flapper Well said Mrs Lawrence If you dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 23 June 1939

V I ROTATIONS MAINTAIN SOIL PRODUCTIVITY Get Higher Yields at Much Lower Cost Dy DR HOWARD B SritAGUE Many experiments have been con- ducted during the last 50 years on yields obtained with common crops grown in different rotations as com- pared with continuous cultivation of one crop The New Jersey agricul- tural experiment station Rutgers university reports that higher yields were maintained at considerably less cost with a good crop rotation than even when liberal amounts of fertilizer were applied to land plant- ed to one crop continuously Among the various reasons for better yields under the better crop rotations which include sod crops is the more adequate maintenance of soil organic matter So important is this factor and the associated ni- trogen content of the soil that or- ganic matter and nitrogen frequent- ly serve as an adequate measure of the soil s producing power In the New Jersey com growing contests of 1036 and 1038 It was clearly shown that high yields per acre and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 23 June 1939

r i L Coffee 2mfr > 3 > It is with the greatest of pleasure that we announce the Grand Opening of our IGA Food Store in Canadian Texas IGA means Independent Grocers Alliance of America It is an organization of independentlyowned and operated retail food stores throughout the country banded together with the one object in view of giving the customer the best possl ble merchandise at a price they can afford to pay and within the keeping of good sound business practices This store has been completely remodeled stocks increased and we are now in a position to offer you the best possible We want you to visit us this weekend Come in browse around if we havent got what you want ask for it well get it See our splendid meat department look over our offering of fresh fruits and vegetables yes when we have them you know they are fresh Mr and Mrs Walter Yeager Canadian Texas Be Sure To Register For The Big Event 4 p m Sat NO OBLIGATION Com 23c 3 full noTcans for PeaS 25c 3 full no 2 cans ...

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