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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 23 June 1939

LEGION Continued from page 1 needs a new post office therefore we the American Legion whose policy it is to serve in peace as we have in war respectfully request that you again use your services in obtaining for us a new post office building Respectfully yours 0 B STUDEU Post Commander Latest new parents are Mr and Mrs Rusty Miller Mr and Mrs Joe Martinez and Mr and Mrs William Nelson All boyil Mrs Elizabeth Johnson 80 died Monday morning FOR SALE BeautlfulPerslan kit tens Cheap Mrs C B Anderson Across highway from White City camp Adv FOR SALE OR TRADE Tworow John Deere monitor Practically new Vernon T Massey Stillwell Rooms Adv FOR SALE 2months old pigs A Henderihot Adv PALMISTRY AND ASTROLO GY Writing analysis and advice given Photo Booth Adv PERFECTION stoves Maytags Singers radios Easy payments J E Gilbert Adv THREE PHOTOS 10c Enlarge any Bmali picture Few more day only By Texas Cafe Adv THE FAMOUS oneways and drills Still goes good Also several good used oneways at a bargain W ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 June 1939

Vol I LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 COPIES WITH 5580 READERS Rodeo Notes Miss Sydna Yokley will be queen of the rodeo and hostess to the cow- girls sponsors Beutler Bros of Elk City Okla will furnish the stock this year some of the most wicked vilest varmints ever turned looEe in a rodeo arena Vaughn Dreig one of the most famous girl trick riders in America will present her Aunt Susan act here l his j ear Charles Schultz worldfamous clown will be here with his complete bag of tricks Carl Studer will be arena director and handle the microphone He is a rec > gniied authority and in demand at all major rcdeos in America Paralysis Victim A vlctlpi of chronic Infantile paralysis Lou Gehrig New York Yankees ailing first baseman may never play baseball again lie Is being greeted by his wife as he re- turns to New York from the Mayo clinic In Rochester Minn where he was examined FOR SALE Cheap Two Majestic ranges two 4burner gas stoves one 4burner Coleman and a Fngidaire Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 June 1939

Tw sr IV T Local News David Richardson son of Mr and Mrs R II Richardson left Sunday to spend the summer with his grand- parents Mr and Mrs Ben Wheeler of Vinita Okla W H Vincent left last week for Okmulgee Okla to spend a few days with his sister Mrs Eva Buden Mr and Mrs Noble Trueblood left for Indiana early this morning on a combined business and pleasure trip Mrs J R Trayler and Mrs Dean Cook were in Amanita Wednesday Earl Rhea Jr is recovering from a bad case of sunburn Eufemlo and Leocadlo Velasquez visited in The News office Monday morning Mrs Ella Ruben will leave today for Gainesville Tex to make her home One of the midget ads on our front page was tried In a rival paper first but the loud claims of better re- sults were found to be just so much spacefiller The ad as carried In the rival paper contained two misspelled words Such carelessness is hardly fair to advertiser or reader Ride Em Cowboy Come m and See Us Jf Our congratulations to tho Rodeo sn litres to a big- ger an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 June 1939

I LETTUCE FIRM Potted Meat Peach fr impBWPs 7 Welcome Cowboys Cowgirls Come In and Look Over Our Work We Thank You for Your Patronage HAND MADE BOOTS LEATHER WORK HOGUE BOOT SHOP 3IP 5 SHOULDER of PORK ROAST CHEESE 2 lb Family Style Loaf PEANUT BUTTER BestBulk rvnmnra We will olosa at 11 o olook the 4th for the rest of the day PEACHES No 1 Tall in Syrup 3 Cans 25c COFFEE Bnmfull LB JAR 19 5c Milk fr rce 5c refuml on jar i OILET 1 ISSUE 3 ROLLS 17 3 FOR 10 PICKLES Sour or Dill QT 12 Tea glass free 14 lb 14fc Vanilla Wafers Fig Bars Jelly LB lb 12c 19c 12 qt jar 15c PREPARED MUSTARD QT 12c CORN ON THE COB 2 Cans 35 Tomato Juice 12 gal can 19c 7 cans 25c Gal lb 21b 35c Tomatoes No 2 4 for 25c Sweet Corn No 2 4 FOR 25 Hominy No 2 12 3 Cans 25 CRISCO 3 lb Pail 55c Peanut Butter qt jar 22c GMGKEHS SHUT 2 LB BOX 12 SOAP FLAKES Balloon 5 lb box 32c HAM ROLLETTS lb 30 Rodeo Special Boneless for boiling baking or frying PICNIC HAMS Shankless Tendered lb BEEF ROAST young tender lb 20c 18c to 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 June 1939

Jt w > f T imR rw war T mmmwfWRWF MESCAL IKE B s l huntley Karakul Sheep Raising Of Questionable Wisdom Stockmen Interested in raising karakul sheep should compare the karakul industry wjth the regular sheep Industry before making their Investment says Con S Maddox Washington State college extension animal husbandman One ot the best ways to learn about the Industry is to visit farm- ers who have been in the business for at least four or five years and find from them the prices they re- ceive for Iamb pelts the clip from ewe the percentage ot lambs pro- duced by the karakul as compared to farm flocks of sheep the price ot breeding stockyandjthe prices received for mutton IambsV Some southern Idaho breeders are reported to be saving thefri karakul lambs for1 marketing just as tber iMk Suggest Caustic Potash To Remove Cow Horns In the wild state cows may have needed their horns for defense but under modern conditions they are of no practical value except from the standpoint of beaut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 July 1939

u Vol I LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 COPIES WITH 5580 READERS E SECRETS OF WAR BARED AS HELIUM SALE APPROACHES Gat Wm Myatic X Factor Throughout Government Operations in 191617 By WILLIAM C UTLEV Washington D C WNU Serr Ice Helium for Salel When Uncle Sam hangs out thli shingle soon he will execute a com- plete aboutface in his attitude re- garding the mysterious gas Helium has always been an American mo- nopoly so zealously guarded as a precious military secret during the World war years that the War and Navy departments never dared mention it by name Lifting the ban on sale of helium also makes it possible to lift the curtain on this strange drama of war operations never before re- vealed The first scene is laid In Great Britain where in the winter of 1816 1017 three great dirigibles built at a cost of 15000000 Were poised in hangars ready to retaliate for the German zcppelln raids which had terrorized London Because Ger- man Inventors had succeeded in du- plicating...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 7 July 1939

V THE HEMPHILL CO HEWS1 CANADIAN TEXAS Othello Miller Editor Publisher Mn Othello Miller Adv Solicitor Etrl Scoop Clark Reporter R B Miller Printer Aaron MorrU Carrier Leonclo Parra Carrier Way no Drooki Carrier Pedro Lopez Carrier Bill Harrell Carrier Billy Brace Carrier One thouiind one hundred ahteen cop iei delircrcd titty Friday morninf by car- rier ind by mail to every home in Camdun and to every boiholder on the fire rural route corering Hemphill county and vi- cinity The only medium with complete coverage LOCAL NEWS Canadian will have a new theatre manager soon Hubert Covington I rneni mat ager is to be transferred to another theatre His many friends here will miss him Mr and Mrs Jack Vincent were prtsintid with a son July 1 They have named the little fellow Morris Edgar Mrs K M oung and daughters have left for New York to join Mr oung m their new home there WANTADS SPLCIAL micr Cn combini tion ensilage cutter and hammer mill fc Neell Phoneys < Adv F R SALT Ilums < 00 ...

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

n it P Wt flpixn n f 1 Man Decapitated Here Continued from page 1 time before being Btruck by the train a doubleheader freight from the west The accident happened just beyond tho roundhouse The man evidently passed out while on the track as he made no effort to rise when the engineer repeatedly whistled and applied the emergency brakes The head was entirety severed from the body the jphest and shoul- ders badly bruised And the left leg was broken The face and head were not damaged and the man appeared to be about forty years of age Burial was Wednesday evening with the American Legion in charge GROWERS TRY NEW STRAINS OF CELERY Combine High Quality and Disease Resistance By R A EMERSON Celery growers are testing four new strains of crossbred celery this spring combining high quality and diseasereslstance of the parent stocks Developed by the joint efforts of the departments of plant breeding and vegetable crops at Cornell the new strains arc a cross of the old Golden selfbranching v...

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

Itr I MESCAL IKE Br a l Hurroxr jAjMlk At the Same Low Prices Cold Gasoline from Underground Tanks that swells in your barrels at lowest possi- ble prices F A BLUE SON WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO TRACTOR OVERHAUL Have some parts in stock Have service twice a day out of Pampa Once daily out of Amarillo Can Jlre complete Valva Service on any Tractor or Car Welding Machine Work Hand Coating Lister Shear Hasting Rings for your Automobile All Work Guaranteed Noble Trweblood That Will Be Enough of Thnt Robert Finds a- Way r Jnroit ircrw 0 AisodaUd Ntwipupvr WNU Service AS IIOBERT entered the frunl door Mjrrl came In from the kitchen Her fingers were sticky with dough and her usually smooth brow was marred by a crease of impatience Hob will you Just run down to the store and get me a small sack of flour Im making biscuits and X havent enough to roll them out Roberts own brow creased now Gosh Myrl Ive had a hard day and Im tired Cant you use some- thing else to flntih the biscuits Bak- ing powder...

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

pi w fl rroupijKVTf vv Tsr1 Vol I A driverless truck tolled down the Kingman street hill Tuesday doing slight damage to a car parked in front of the Bryant implement house BILL SCHOENE IN LOCAL HOSPITAL Bill Schoene underwent an oper atlon at the local hospital Saturday t morning His many friends will be glad to learn he is doing nicely Cinderellas Slippers Uere are the shoes of tomorrow according to Sally Rand wellknown figure In the entertainment world who Introduced them at San Fran ciscos Golden Gate exposition Sal lys dazzling slippers arc made of a transparent plastic similar to glass IT J The Hemphill County News check prominently displayed in the lower drug store is not a hot check but a check on which payment was stopped Turned down at the bank the check was cashed at the drug store which shows again the folly of cashing checks for strangers Miss Johnle Hodge of Pampa visited friends here Sunday Mrs A B Curtice is in St Louis visiting her daughters n > Tw TNiTTfr LARGEST...

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

f wr1 wipyt i > wn erpwP < www BIRTH RATE DROP HURTS MILK PRICE Need Seen for Increased Use by Adults Dy LELAND SrENCER The decline In the number of young children It one reason for the reduced use of milk the past few years according to the New York state college of agriculture The declining birth rate calls for special efforts by the milk Industry to push the general use of milk as- a drink by adults and especially to break down the tendency of ado- lescents to switch from milk to oth- er drinks Efforts should also be continued to find ways to get fluid milk at less cost to families of low Incomes This is the surest way to ward oft the substitution of other forms of milk for fresh milk As for dealers spreads on re- tail milk in nine important mar- kets of the United States the spreads were reduced during the de- pression but are now larger than ever The Inability of milk dealers to reduce their spread on retail milk Is the main reason for the less friendly public attitude to...

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

y THE HEMPHILL CO NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Othello Milter Editor Publisher Mrs Othello Miller Adv Solicitor Earl Scoop Clark Reporter R D Miller Printer Aaron MorrU Carrier Leoncio Parra Carrier Wayne Pedro Lopex Carrier Bill Harrell Carrier Bill Brace Carrier One thousand one hundred s uteen cop- ies delivered ererj Friday morning bjr car- rier and bf nail to every home In Canadian and to every boxholder on the rive rural routes covering He uphill county and vi- cinity The only raeJtum with complete coverage MICKIESAYS WE CAUTH WAMTAOS OurTMlGHTV MIDGET BECU7TUEE SMAU BUT THE GET RESULTS vAUTHBENEFITS OF CUB BIG CIRCULATION VcKATEWMleKELS For only 26 your 10word ad in thi1 paper will reach the whole town and in addition be mailed to all the farms and ranches The News ii the only paper delivered across the tracks and out around the cemetery THEATRE Sat Onlu July 15 JOHN GARFIELD in Blackwells Island SunMon 1617 msrsmi MISCHA AUER Tties Only July 18 Beachcomber CHAS LAUGHTON WedThur 1920 ...

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

i Dry Toast and Lettuce By OSCAH SMITH 0 Associated Newspaper WNU Service I AMES BRADLEY filled a plate with generous helpings of chops mashed potatoes gravy and scal- loped cheese and passed It over to his wife No Jim Keep that for yourself Im eating Just lettuce and broiled halibut tonight Saddles lie downl You can have a plate In the kitchen after a while Saddles was the Boston terrier they were keeping for Jims brother Ben while Ben and his wife were In California Saddles thumped his tall on the floor and lay down on the rug Whats the matter with you Bess Not getting finicky about your eating are you Oh Jim Saddles and I went for a walk today I got weighed i down at the corner drug store and Jim I weighed 150 pounds I can think of worse things than that Suppose you do weigh 153 pounds I see lots of women every- day that look as if they should weigh 150 pounds If women would forget about how much they weigh and think more about how they look they would be easier to look at But Ji...

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

wrw1 i Best Way Store YOUR BEST WAY TO SAVE LIMES lg size doz 10c APPLES Winesaps lg doz 25c CARROTS fancy 3 bunches 10c Corn Gr Beans Spinach or Peas OCr No 2 Cans 3 for tOK FLOUR Kansas Expansion 24 lb bag 69c 48 lb bag 129 PEARS Mission No 2 12 can 15c VANILLA 8 oz bottle 5c CATSUP Hienz 14 oz bottle 17c Sugar cmhL 10 lb 49c Vienna Sausage tall can 5c Potted Meat lg can 3 for 10c TEA Telleys 14 lb pkg 19c Magic Washer lg box 15c HERSHEYS COCOA lb can 12c Jello 6 del flavors box 5c Quaker Oats 5 lb bag 19c PICKLES sour or dill qt jar 12c Johnson Paste Wax 1 13 lb can 59c Apple Butter Old Orchard qt jar 15c Peaches Apricots Pears or Blackberries No 10 Can 39c Pork Beans lb cans 3 for 10c Fruit Cocktail Del Monte lb can 10c Blackberries Del Monte No 2 can 15c Youngberries heavy syrup No 2 15c Kelloggs Corn Flakes 3 lg boxes 23c Pancake Flour Jack Sprat 20 oz 5c Pancake Syrup 10 lb can 39c Light or Dark Cake Flour Swansdown lg box 25c Matches 6 box carton 15c Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 ...

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

Vol I Lights of NewYork By L L STEVENSON The pullerln a picturesque and sometimes quite bothersome feature of East Side merchandising for many j ears has Joined the hurdygurdy the sandwich man and a great number of pushcarts The sandwich men were banished by the simple expedient of a police order The hurdy gurdy disappeared on or- ders of the mayor The pushcart men In certain sections were put Into Indoor markets The puller In was abolished by a recently passed ordinance one which Mayor LaGuardia held should have been passed 20 years ago Under the terms of the ordinance anyone who pulls a prospective customer Into a store may be fined 50 or sent to Jail for 10 days or both So the pullers In most of whom worked on a percentage though certain ex- perts were paid a salary of 5 a day are now scurrying around looking for other jobs Miss Bilhe Burrow and Mi Dorothy Hall of Sriamrock enter tained with a picnic this week in honor of Miss Wanda Monroe of Elk City and Miss Norma Lee Blue of C...

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

k THE HEMPHILL CO NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Othello Miller Editor Publisher Mr Othello Miller Adr Solicitor Earl 3coop CUrkReporter R B Miller Printer Aeron Morrli Crrier LeoncioP rr C rner Wajrna Brook CarrUr Pedro Btlly Harrell Carrier Billy Brace Crmr One theuatnd ene hundred titeen cop lea delirerf d errrjr Friday morning by car rierendbrnail totittj none in Canadian and le efcrr boiholder on the fire Irural renlea cererlng Hemphill county and vi- cinity The only medium with complete coverage DrT M Berry and vifeof Hugo Colo are in the local hospital as the result of their cars skidding and turning over near the Otto Yokley ranch FOR RENT 1 bedroom 1 light housekeeping room 319 Kingman Adv DF We wleh to thank our many friends and neighbors for the kind nesa words of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings given us during the bereavement of our loved one We appreciate it so very much Mr Herman Massey Mrs Betty Ballard Mr and Mrs Arnold Flgg and femily Mr and Mrs Wilson Ballard and fami...

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

s A marriage license was Issued Tuesday to Albert Grout and Ella Jane Bradley both of near Mobeetie lira Laura Dullis is visiting In Glazier this week Mrs Abe Haddox is visiting In Amarillo this week Everette Burton Is reported to Tiave killed lour bushels of ants on the court house lawn Tuesday Several from Canadian attended the shower in honor of Mr and Mrs Gsrnle Kent at Miami Saturday night Mrs Kent is the former Miss Opal Wheeler Mrs Don Kite won five dclars at the Fair Store Wednesday after- noon Earl Khea Jr is building a boat J E Gilbert was in Amarillo on business Wednesday Mr and Mrs Melvin Yeager lelt Sunday noon for Colorado to spend thtir vacation WANTED AN INTRODUCTION JSo youve fully decided to marry old Vanderrocks Yes All Im waiting lor now Is an introduction to him Spilled Milk Jimmy Boo hoo I spilled the ink Uncle Never mind dont you know you shduldnt cry over spilled milk Jimmy If It was milk I could lick it up but this Is ink and its me who will get licked grrri...

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

WINDMILL POWER IS CHEAPEST WAY iJbkTu5 A Electric Pump Found Most I Convenient By A G TYLER The wind that whistles around our ears in January and that gently waves the fields of grain In July Is still found to be one of the cheapest sources of pou er for some farm jobs according to the division of agricultural engineering at the Unl < verslty of Minnesota After summa Cu rizlng the history and development of windmills all over the world the following conclusions are reached as far as power for pumping water is concerned If low first cost is of prime Im- portance then pump by hand If convenience is the feature most desired the electric pump Is best If moderate first cost no operat- ing cost freedom from monthly bills and general all around reliabil- ity arc desirable then the wind- mill will be the choice Tyler pointed out that the power output from farm windmills depends upon the diameter of the wheel To compare the power developed by wheels ot different sizes multiply by itself t...

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

Vol I LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY 1116 COPIES WITH 5580 READERS THE HEMPHILL CANDID The Inspector was paying his monthly visit to the village school He examined Uie children In read- ing and general knowledge and was very pleased with the answers he received After the last question had been asked and answered satisfactorily he rose ta ila te t nd looking at the upturned laces remarked gen- ially I wish J were a little boy at school agalnt He allowed a ew minutes for this to sink in and then added Do you know why I wish that For a moment or two there was silence Then came a childish voice from the back of the room Cos youve forgot all you ever knowed WHAT PRICE BEAUTY J 1 Marian A girl cant be too care- ful of her skin I hold my complex- ion very dear Maud Isnt It though Mine costs me every cent I can get Alex Was Lost Teacher was telling the class about the conquest of Alexander the Great When Alexander had conquered India she said what do you think he did Do you think he...

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

I K THE HEMPHILL CO NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Othello MillerEditor PublUher Mrs Otbello MillerAdv Solicitor E rl Scoop CUrlc Reporter K 0 Miller Printer Aaron Morris Carrier LeancEo Parra Carrier Wajna Brook Carrier Ptdro Lopez Carrier Dilly Harrell Carrier Billy Brace Carrier One Iteusind ene hundred tilecn top IftdelifcrcdeTrrjr Fridaymerninf by car rier and bjmall to titty home In Canadian and la erery boiholJer en the ire rural routes covering Hemphill county and vi cinity The only medium with complete coverage Business Skill of Girls Displeases Educator HOBART AUSTRALIA Before the Parents and Friends associa- tion E J Ogilvle minister of edu- cation deplored the modern tenden- cy of girls who preferred to punch the typewriter instead of dough 1 would prefer that a girl rela- tion cf mine he said ranked high in domestic science Instead of trig- onometry and decimals I would rather see her education directed toward balanced diets and kitchen problems Day Dreams Elephante Routed Armed o...

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