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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 September 1943

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 September 1943

BANC Pinsons 5c10J M tt Wlrf iu f U V i i ft li VfJW > > aj < fa U M aa s6 tJ iUnAjQ Thursday Sept 9th LAKE MARVIN Sons of the West POPULAR AMARILLO ORCHESTRA Jack Lawrence MONDAY IS LABOR DAY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY Miller Food Market Best Way Studer sMkt Earl Rhea Plumbing Bettis Produce The Toggery The Fan Nolen Hardware Cavins Hardware Flewelling Hardware Canadian Gfeain Coop Frazier Grain Co Balderston Grain Co Ingwersen Feed Store J 0 Variety Jones Shoe SJioftC5 The BARBER SHOPS White House Lumber Canadian Lmbr Co Canadian FoodvBanV ON THE r Ji Through these hectic days and busy nights troop trains regular trains with troop cars and freights loaded with war materials keep rolling along the Santa Fe Watch a section hand grab his pick a little tighter after a trainload of American righting boys his rolled past Wellget emthrough is his attitude these days Yet he is only one of more than 60000 employes r the Santa Fe who are doing their bit to keep em r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 September 1943

+ a w ° h Till IUIlfi irgestjclrculaflon In r The 7 1 td fVoltltfeV Htthphtlt County 7 J25 Want OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS MERE M ATfcS TWo cents per word fir t fiUiertlqn one cent per word each following consecutive insertion of the same ad Minimum prices first Iniertorv THIRTY CENTS each additional imerttom fifteen cents FOR 3ALE 4door 35 model Dodgo Call at Red Top Service Sta p307 Gt < L WANTEDTo help In shop on Saturdays The News FOR SALT One 3burner gas cook stove and 3 or 4 gas heaters EnIey apartment itp308 FOR KENT Threeroom furnish- ed apartment Bills paid 600Purcell Phono 168 ltnp FOR SALE Three Jersey bulls and two at hogs or butchering See JotfFavlovsky Phone 296 2tp48B FOR SALE Extra clean 1940 Plymoulhftdan with 37000 actual miles Scepilbert Porter ltp308 TOR SALE Red fryers 318 E Third Walter Suiter ltp309 3R SALE One Diamond brand ijng shuttle treddlo sewing machine ft ± good one Gilberts Singer Shop ltm9 WANTED Deef cattle Must have had grain Weight 400 to 800 pounds St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 September 1943

9 he Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY TRIDAY LO0AL NEWS W 9FriirWo nian Club held Its first meetlnj Tuesday in the home of Mrs Bill FlewelHng Mrs Herman Bolte of Tampa Kani arrived here last week to visit her brother C h Beaty Mrs Itomlg sister of Mrs E It Snyder will speak on the subject of China at the Presbyterian church Sunday mornlnff Sept 12 at U00 Everyone is invited to hear Mrs Romlga talk Mr and Mrs D U Hardin Mrs C It Cook and Miss Mattle Cook left last week or Halstead Kilns where Mrs Hardin is receiving medical treatment and Miss Mattle is a surgical patient Aviation Cadet William L Math ers is now stationed at the army air forces preflight school at the San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center Mr and Mrs Matt Day are the proud parents of a baby boy bom W v CANADIAN WXTU Mothers meeting July 25 called to order by Mrs Brainard who played the Opening song AmerlcA rollcaljed and mlnute3 mailby Mrs JohnHtsaacji > p1endid devotio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 September 1943

of a 1 1 i t fa Oi LOAN IV 15 BILLION DOLLARS NONBANKING QUOTA 2 big drive is onl As the THE of the war increases as our fighting forces go all out for invasion we folks back home must mobilize in their support And 1 tints what the 3rd War Loan Drive is fort To reach our national quota ever one who possibly can must invest in at least one extra 100 War Bond during the drive at least 100 More if yqu can Thats in addition to your regular Wur Dond subscription Invest out of your income invest out of accumu- lated funds Invest every dollar you can This is total war and everyone must do his full share I You know nil about War Bonds You know that every penny comes back to you PAGE PAID FOR BY THE 4fi m B > with generous interest That War Bond the safest investment in the world That 1 help secure your future hasten Victo So now today back tho attack with Bonds Softest Investments in the World lnitcd iStstcs War Savings Bonds Series E back 4 for v err i wbca in bond mature Interest 2 9V ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 September 1943

a m needs ajkthg help you tat give hm TO I nonbflnking til cost wM anfOTiwQJTOd to loot film m the e SAN AMERICAN SOLDErJP J Some day if God is yltti him hell come t 0Se Today Lwhcn he doesyoull get the bigge tJJicilfr ik r u l i1Siii 51 rv > ft icufar job for youjjs to scrape buy a little more pressure for the shoulder Adollar you can and buy an extra thats against the wheel WORLDS SAFEST INVESTMENTS Cfcooi th ftuntylhal Ftlt your nqulnnftih United States War Sayings Bonds Series E gives you back 4 for every 33 when the bond matures Interest 2 9f a year compounded semiannually if held to maturity Denomina- tions 255O1005OOlO0O Redemp- tion Anytime 60 days after issue date Price 7 5 of maturity value 2H Treasury Bonds of 19641969 read- ily marketable acceptable as bank collateral Redeemable at par and accrued interest for the purpose of satisfying Federal estate taxes Dated September 15 1945 due December 15 1969 Denominations 500 If000 5000 100001100000 and 1000000 Price par and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

RATES Two cents per word first Insertion one rent per word each following consecutive Insertion of the same ml Minimum prices first InTtlon TIIIHTY CUNTS csch additional insertion fifteen cenU FOR SALUThrco Jersey bull nnd two fat hogs for butel erlrg See Joe ravlosky rhcneSOG 2t plS 5 FOR SALE Extra clean 1940 Plymouth sedan with 37000 actual miles See Gilbert Porter Up30 8 FOK SALE 20 fryers 318 E Third Walter Suiter ltp30 9 WANTED Beef cattle Must have had grain or milk fat Weight 400 to 800 pounds Studers Market Phone No 28 tfmsl6 WANTED I have several pros pee ive buyers for five and nix room modern houses I can alw use some cheap houses See me if you have property to sell D A Witt 2tH FOR SALEOne 6J ft Deluxe electric ice box and a boys bicycle Den Jordan It p3013 TOR SALEGood gentle 4year old milk cow See W V Bentley 130S15 PERMANENT WAVE 59c Do your own Permanent with Charm Kurl Kit Complete equipment in- cluding 40 curlers and shampoo Easy to do absolutely harmless Praised ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

flic Hemphill County News CANADIAN TEXAS OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher PUnUSHCI EVERY FRIDAY BTfj fcjj iWV FiSa SEffgq > it ttl m mom Ov V GEORGE S BENSON VeestdcHt antiMg College y Searcy Arkansas Discipline The backwash of war Is crime 01 course crimes occur in peace time but its i matter of record that they incroabe bharply in war night now along with their many other dis- tresses honest people in America ere suffering from a crime wave Those who must do their bit on the home front for victory in World War II have no more deadly enemy to face than a breakdown In the na- tions moral fiber It is hard to sec anything good about wars hard to say anything good about them Nations trying desperately to defend all that the human family has gained in the last twenty centuries arc obliged to view thefr war as a necessary evil but on evil just the same Perhaps the ugliest of wars horrible fea- tures is the fact that the winner loses Nobody actually benefits and sometimes the conquering...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

t 8 LOCAL NEWS Mrs Ester Conus of Kansas City arrived here Saturday evening to visit her sisters Mrs Sara Rowley and Mrs Dora Keene Mr and Mrs A J Worley had as their guests lost Friday the Rev nd Mrs Oscar Davis and Mrs JH dtA CfJ < i J J O Hudson and baby of Pampa CANADIAN WCTU The August hostesses should have read Mesdames Witt Frank Ston Marks John Waters Grace SpUler and Marion Smith Mothers meeting Sept 22 with the following hostesses Mesdames Mable Teas Hoover A V McQuld dy Harry Rnthjen Zybach and Stovalt Frogiam Devotionals by Mrs Ike Simpson Piano Solo by And in this notsodistant future that Americans look forward to youll find your railroads keeping pace In peace as in war it will be the job of the roads of steel to bind the nation together make possible the delivery of industrial production and the movement of essen- tial materials and equipment Passengers will expect to travel in new luxury and wilt Trains and roadways Miss Peggy ONeil Paper by Mrs Dan Witt Piano Sol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

m T HEN WILL MAN we overheard in a Pullman AFATTISH diner said it would be over some time dur- ing the week of November 11 Hed talked to a man who knew a man who was high up in the army whod said the Allien were planning to terminate the war on the 25th Anniversary of the Armistice The jattiib man doesnt know A woman who is president of a literary club is a mediumsized town in Colorado says the war ttill be over in April 1944 This is we quote her just a year after the fall of Tunisia which is about the time it ought to take us to beat Hitler and clean up the Japs Tie lady doesnt kniw The fact is that nobody can look into a crystal ball and tell uhen this war is going to end No- body not even the General Staff can look at the war maps survey the disposition of troops weigh our might agajnst the enemys might tad tell when this war will end few t > Theres only one thing we can be sure of just this one thing This war will end sooner it everybody on our side and that includes you pitc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

I 9 YOUR TAX AND BONDDOLLAR T HOW WE GOVERNMENT SPENDS IT j First Hali of 1943 H AioJt Ifc GfMNv tftlfMACt jf N < ryMilAny h Ktad tt vtm1i IU MIimIummh IUcomtrvctiofl Kotvmunftfefii g Nonw r Ctptndrtvrtl w 9 7lf I S k V J ift I 4 AutcmoUw vthlcto tnd tqulpmant cUhtoq nt fxnml qiipmori nd crihar xpenat P 7 tub frirw trml lor rmd biCMtnd drftltnj igricultwtl comooditlM far xport od ihJkvIUmow ipmm You Can iers Tomorrow Buy All You Can uying from the following > Their Entire Gross Sales For The Day Will Be Used To Purchase War Bonds t This means that every cent you spend with the above named stores tomorrow will be used to purchase < f war bonds Theyre doing their part now you do yours buy everything you possibly can tomorrow arid help our boys bring the war to an end that much sooner Buy all you will need for sometime ahead

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

i w V WAR LOAN 15 BILLION DOLLARS NONBANKING QUOTA DONE ALL I CAN A mbrica is proud of the way you answered Xi her call or help In the First and Second War Loan Drives you opened your hearts and your purses and invested generously But this is no time to say Sorry Ive done all I can- Not when our troops are smashing ahead Not when the cry from every front is for more tanks more guns more planes to strike the knockout blow Today everyone who possibly can must invest in at least one extra 100 War Bond More if you possibly can Thats in addition to your regular War Bond subscriptions A big jobP Yesl But INVASION is a big job tool And thats what the 3rd War Loan is for INVASION 1 And its for your loved ones too for the sons and brothers sweethearts and husbands who are doing the fighting Can you look into your heart and say to them Ive done all I can- Can you tell that to the Invasion Troops THIS PAGE PAID FOR BY V t ft fell that to the Invasion Tr Of course you cant No true American coul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

sI m i H R MILLER Tokay Grapes lb 10c Kelloggs Corn Flakes 3 tor 25c Brimfull Crackers 2lb box Cookies lb 30c 25c Rice 2lb pkg 25c Peanut Butter qt jar 59c Prune Juice 12oz bottle 2 points 12c Plenty of Folgers Coffee Super Suds large size 26c HYLO large size 22c Macaroni Dinner lie Graham Crackers 2ib box 35c Stamps X Y Z Expire Oct 2nd Brown Stamp A In Ration Book No 3 Good Now F 1 a It s not the price but the Quality that counts SALT MACKERAL Pure Lard 3RCVtrLb lb 19c Fresh Calf Liver 6 Red Points lb 30c Fresh Pork RibsNiiSeWlb 25c Beef Short Ribs 6 Points lb 18c Fresh Pig Feet No Ponts lb 10c Sugar Cured Bacon Squares 3 Points lb 25c Salt Bacon Squares3ponuib 13c BUY WAR BONDS AND Q STAMPS Calif Tokay Grapes lb 15c New Mexico Fresh Crisp Heads Lettuce 2 for 23c Sweet Potatoes 2 ibs 23c J Fresh Slicing Peaches 2 ib 25c Remember the Bond Rallies Sept 23 at the Washita school Sept 30th at the Canadian High School Audi I torium Entertain ing Program No I Admission Every one Invited ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 September 1943

Looking Ahead noias wnere godliness is the stand- ard of conduct The future greatness of the Ameri- can people depends upon their dou ragcous acceptance of natural re spons jilitles Moral and religious training will permit the United States to continue as a selfgovern ing people Neglect of home disci- pline can wreck democracy be- cause criminals as well as good citizens are made at home ers have to turn their attentions from production of military essen- tials and let our fighting men wait while they palaver with government auditors One manufacturer of five inch gun mounts for steamships said recently addressing the American Legion convention We shut down our plants two weeks to take a fiscal inventory essential to a formal audit The hlstoilc display prepared for the Price Adjjstment Board blacked out our drafting room for more than ten days Jar Rubbers Arc Different This Year It Is now thought that red rubber will be available for jar rings this year but there will be no cause iur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 September 1943

yf f THE HEMPHILL COUHTT NEW Largest Circulation In Hemphill County 1125 Volume VI Want OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS MERE RATES Two cents per word first Insertion one rent par word each following consecutive insertion of the same ad Minimum prices first Insertion THIRTY CENTS each additional Insertion fifteen cents FOR SALE Leather bound Bibles and religious books Place Christmas orders now Sacred phono- graph records wanted K Gilbert Porter ltp3023 FOR RENT Threeroom fur- nished duplex Cloee in Mrs W J Conataer Itnps23 MOTIIERSHave you a boy from 12 to 16 years of age wanting to earn about 25 00 during the school term If so accompany him to The News and see about a paper route Six boys spend about an hour and a half after school on Fridays deliver- ing the paper They MUST deliver right because the advertisers pay hardearned cash each and every week to get their advertisements to the readers Most boys enjoy a paper route but not all are reliable WANTED Beef cattle Must havo had grain or milk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 September 1943

i Mi Lissing in action You know what that can mean Mom sajs jou must be brave Its what jour father would expect of us she tells j ou w hen its bedtime and jour chin starts to feel shaky Then she kisses j ou etra hard and turns her head away so j ou cant sec her cj es Youve never let her see jou crj Not once since that telegram came and she twisted it all up in a ball then smoothed it and put it in the desk But lj ing in bed j ou play Pretend pretend j ou can hear his step as he comes up to your room pretend jou can feel a stubble brush jour fore- head And sometimes in the dark j ou can almost smell a cigarettej1 suit close to j our face Later jou dream dreams that jou dont tell about And in the morning j ou wake up with that funnj empty feeling in jour stomach Poor little guj We all of us wish there were something ic could do Perhaps there is Why shouldnt it be this Wc can resolve that the plans jour father had for jou shall remain within jour reach that jou shall ha c the chance to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 September 1943

1 1 3 i A a < j Tmr Prescription nw nwjjgrjB Our Specialty Money for War Bonds is money SAVED CANADIAN WCTU The weekly meeting of the WCTU Sept 15 was presided fiver by Mr Hoefle Mrs John Isaacs read the icripture lesson fol- lowed by prayer roll called and minutes of two previous meetings read by the secretary Mrs John Jones Mrs Arrington welcomed after missing several meetings Some business matters talked over touch- ing on the coming bazaar Regret to low Mrs Orton from our number the family moving to Clinton Okla but our loss will be some others gain and wish for them happiness in their new home Also Mrs Alford who will spend part of the time in Borger thereby we lose a regular member and the library a willing worker the last seven or more years voluntarily giving two afternoons each week to the work Mrs W A Johnson and Mrs Ad- dison still tarry at Eagle Nest but hope to have Mrs Wilbur with us soon Annual reports will be gien Oct 6 M D I Lets Stretch That Gas Stamp with a- NE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 September 1943

WHEN WILL V THIS WAR if VER MAN we overheard in a Pullman AFATTISII diner said it would be over some time dur- ing the week of November 11 Hed talked to a man who knew a man who was high up in the army whod said the Allies were planning to terminate the war on the 25th Anniversary of the Armistice The jattisb man doesnt know A woman who is president of a literary club a a mediumsized town in Colorado says the war will be over in April 1944 This is we quote her just a year after the fall of Tunisia which is about the time it ought to lake us to beat Hitler and clean up the Japs The lady doesnt know The fact is that nobody can look into a crystal ball and tell ubcnxWis war is going to end No- body not ecn the General Staff can look at the war maps survey the disposition of troops Weigh our might against the enemys might nd tell when this war will end Theres only one thing we can be sure of just this one thing This war will end sooner if everybody on our side and that includes you pitc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 September 1943

M If H R MILLER Duz large pkg 24c jbi Lemons 360 Sunkist doz 29c 3oz bottle 27c ipt bottle 59c Salad Dressing qt jar 35c Peanut Butter qt jar 59c Rice 2Ib pkg 25c Personality Con 1 W A n J test at H g Aud I O Nj Thurs 830 P M Wax Paper 40ft roll 8c Skinners Raisin Iran 12c iej iMBT c ivrjiijjjjL aji ii i iiii V iunm Spaghetti Dinner 35c Cooks in Ten Minutes flWIK I t P < LI IE i Tl J J H JLMJB Puffed Wheat or Puffed Rice Large 51oz pkg 10c mi ii iniii m u > i Cracker s Brimfull 2 lbs 25c in i m liu m iaBacB Vigortone Malted Milk 1lb jar 55c Fly Sprayers each 32c Black Flag Fly Spray qt 35c lb 29c Beef Roast Nice Lean Pork Roast shoulder cut lb 32c Pork Chops Fresh Lean lb 35c Pork Ribs 2 Red Points lb 25c Salt lb 13c Squares Fe for se omng Help r ruiimmmsaaxasi We have a good opening for a man at present It will pay you to investigate this job From time to time we have open- ings of all sorts for help If yru want to work we can probably find an opening for you in the near futu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 September 1943

f 3 5 FDR iaifl Eftea Curtail spending Put your savings into war bonds every pa day Good Advice Put Your Money Into War Bonds at the High School Auditorium Next Thursday Night at 830 Tote Jon I oun < 7ai > onlte CrilJd Bryant Implement Co Miss Jackie Jackson To f he People of this Community IIURR1MJP JOB The Third War Loan Is a hurry up Job for tho home front The government must rush bil- lions of dollars to the fighting fronts In the form of extra mu 3icd WAR LOAN Mluy an Extra nitions Its actual- ly a matter of Ufa or death for Americans in uniform Once the In vasion got 9100 ilond under way we commit- ted ourselves to the use of large numbers of troops and great stores of supplies Any let down or crackup In the supply trains could prove fatal Your job Is to see to It that there is no shortage of anything needed to make the invasion swift and sure We do not want another Bataan or Corregldor Get that extra War Bond to- day Show that you are with our boys In this critical hour...

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