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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
i i Hi there A Merry Christmas arid Glad New Year Abe Haddox May Christmas Gavins Hdw Furniture May Happiness be a Christmas visitor and a steady companion thru the Coming Year First National Bank Member Federal Deposit Ins Corp i Hi bring you Peace and Happiness f Wishing you a Merry 5 Christmas and thanking you r for your patronage Kelpy Selfy Laundry PHONE 137 mm to everyone Tires Tubes Batteries Accessories Candy Pop Car Washing mobilubrication Flats Tires Repaired BATTERY CHARGING Pleased Customers Our Motto RED TOP SERVICE STATION H D Goodgion Son PHONE 9505 Friday and Saturday Xmas Candy lb 7c Celery bunch 5c Lettuce head 3c Bananas lb 5C Oranges nice size 2 doz 17c Sugar 10 lbs 42c Candy Bars Gum 3 for 10c Cherries Red Pitted gal 47c no 2 cans 2 for 25c Blackberries Z1 No 2Cans 3 for 25c Lard 1 1 lCie f 4 lbs 42c 18 lbs 82c Raisins JhT L 4 lbs 30c Flour Guaranteed JF S 48 lbs 105 3s eager Grocery jfy jSsitrr Just to let you know that best wishes of the season are truly meant...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
t 5 < TJi A Mti Christmas Sale nrwvnwi Boston ShowTuppies Champion Sired Litters 3 mos 4 wks 2 wks old A K G Reg 700 to 1500 14 mo old proven matrons 25 to 50 Royol Hagerty Jr 500 During Sale Cap Rock Kennel Oehlert Bros Phone 151 Box 415 Describes Finest Waterfalls Edward C Rashieighs Water tall o the World says Among the finest waterfalls in all this part ot Europe Austrian Alps are the falls on the KrimmJer Ache near the village of Krimml This stream which is the discharge of the KnmmJ glacier descends in three leaps to a total depth of about 1400 feet the highest fall which is divid- ed into two separate plunges being about 460 feet Mosque Where Ark Rested The oldest of Cairos mosques Tu lin rises from the snot where the Ark rested after the flood so local J S mim < x SSm m tradition ha < 5 it Sincere greetings ana best wishes for a Merry Christmas Magnolia Service Sfa See Us For Your FURNITURE Before Xmas FURNITURE 20 DISCOUNT Until Dec 25th We have many items for Holi...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
ll ENTY PEKING SPACE 3 RES iMMrt v1 Juneau Alaska > Dec 19 1938 Dear Ben When I arrived home Sunday nite I got your letter and accept your invitation to be with the kid- dies at your store Christmas Eve pn Saturday I will be there about 2 oclock and try to stay all eve- ning Thank you for your check and I will buy a sack of goodies for leach little boy and girl that I see y at your store Saturday With Bushels of Love y Peanuts Roasted or Raw Lb 8c Corn Argo Vacuum Pack Can 9c Mince Meat 2 Lb Qt Jar 29c MatraMeal Pkg 19 Tomatoes No 2 12 Can 8 l2c ello Jello any flavor Box 4 l2c Fruit Cake Dromedary Sealed in tin Lb 49 12c Olives Stuffed Med Bottle ea 17 l2c Grapefruit Juice D M No 2 can 9 l2c ROASTS Good Choice Moat not all bone lb 20c STE Kft Good Cuts of Good Steak Lb 25c it v v U > i t > f Ml es s X1 ScotMStt m2 E flU I WITH ANY OTHER PUR Gold Medal Floor 8 Crystal 24 POUNDS 75 Coffee Del Monte Candies > Golden llipc j Med alif p Stamen WineSl Cookies One Group r mm DA...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
r Xmas Candy Sugar Cranberry Sauce Hershey s Cocoa Piggly Wiggly Coffee Corn GOLDEN B1TI Tomato Juice BEL GREEN BEANS NO 2 6 o < 1 mi WIGGLY NICE ASST 10 b Cloth Bag 2 TALL CANS LB GRAPEFRUIT NICE SIZE FANCY CHOCOLATES LB Orayges and Apples by the doz < Plenty Low Priced We will be closed all day Monday 3 2 3 4 for Doz Y seffiVf > 25c 45c 25c 2c TEED BETTER lb 23c 3for 28c 3 TALL CANS 17c Peaches BEL MONTE IB 212 15c Sweet Pickles 25 BZ JAR 22 Salad Dressing PMiGEL IT IS BETTER PT 22 CRACKERS 2 lb Box 1 Fancy Cream Filled Candy SANTA FREE lb MATCHES LETTUCE 6 boxes LONG CRISP STALKS 17 37 25 29c 19c 18 f K m 4 w WjAS < vtk f
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
to i d x r IV to w k est g oars Oranges T Noodles Skinners Crackers 2 lb Box Mince Meat Tomato Juice B M Asparagus D 3 YOUR BEST WAY TO SAVE CANADIAN TEXAS < FRIBAY SATURDAY e BIS 2 LB CELLO BAGS 25 IS FIG IB 2 3 FDR 25 Spinach HO 2 12 2 CIS 19c Peas D II 31 SIZE 2 CIS 25 No 2 12 3 CAWS FOR 25c PEACHES Calif Free Stone No 10 Cans 35c ii 7 V OtOSED ALL DAY MONDAY 2 LB BOX 25c Size Navels Doz 19c lb box 15c 10c c 05 2 21c Corn D Mo On Cob 2 cans 35c Pickles SOUR OR DILL Qt Jar 15 Peaches S 2 12 2 for 25 Corn Shoe Peg Two Cans 19 Cracker Jack or Gum 3 for 10 PEEMS FIKY SHELLED HALVES LB 49 COCOA LB HERSHEYS 12 t J v Xmas Candy HARD MIXED f 3 lbs 25c HAMS BLACK TWIG 18 LB 23 DU M1JLK 4 Tenderized Half or Whole f 21c LB > DATES 2 lb Box 15c i 10 lb Cietii Bag 45c COFFEE Schillings Drip or Regular Lb Can 25c Mwmi mn iwiw nm Mrs Tuckers Shortening 8 LB CARTON 89c FREE 1 large stew pan FREE Tlour Gold Medal Glasses Free 48 lbs 8 glasses 149 24 lbs 4 glasses 79c PRESERVES Del Monte Pur...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
KM i t hi JL V Flo Peanuts PEA1HEH Pumpkin No 2 12 10c Grape Jttice BOLOGNA OR HAMBURGER > FRESH 2 LB 25C LETTUCE 2 FOR 09 Sweet Potatoes lb 04 SPINACH lb 7c iiH < vk fjB SZ S i COME HERE FIND APPLES PK 3 S BILL 212 C KILE MY S 2 pt CABBAGE LB NEW SPUDS 3 LB Marshmallows 2 lb 11 k ic Jcv B J r V Tangerines doz 1 ORANGES All Sizes LOW PRICE CANDY XMAS MIX 3 LB 5 LB BOX CHOCOLATES Asst CHOC COVERED CHERRIES ILB BOX PEANTT8 JLB II PECANS LB 89 JL 1 10 015 > 25 25c COFFEE ADMAHI GLASS JM lb ar Hams Shoulder fresh 19c to 22 12 GREEN BEANS 2 lb 2 5 PI Colics ILBo 2c OYSTERS s > cans 25 ROASTS 117 IL2 TO lc miracle whip qt jar 35 TkmpTaters 10 lb Sic IDAHO RUSSETS Hams Swifts Pinkneys 1 V LB 2 7c M1NS FAT NICE on foot LB 15c Dressed to Order 15c Extra Closed all day Dec 25 th Open Monday from 9 a m to 8fpV nfe f son Groc FREE BEUVERT We fill orders to please YOU PHONE 4 7 1 i t Ui iir iftiijiiVl Jw J X
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
m JLf 1 > 4l V 4 TH 5 1 Let us doctor up that old car so you can en joy a Holiday f Trip A Payne Floor Furnace A New Bath Room Automatic Water Heater Bath Room Wall Heater Those leaky faucets re- placed with new ones Have them marked To Ee Installed Af- ter Christmas Earl Rhea Phone 288 EU353iE E EX 5 THE EST WISHES L bS 2 B2E l5n 3 GREETINGS OF i Jhg3nir aaassasaxasasaaasasaaEiSEEEEsSEsa iyjuiMOMWuaBO Seasons Greetings For Better Repair Service Willace Flewelling mfUMMmmmmM umna fm RUGS Fine grade Axminster Rugs specially priced during Holiday Season City Furniture Co See Us For All Kinds of Feed Dairy Feeds all kinds of Cattle Feeds Eggs Mashes that are better Hay and Mill Feeds Try us on your Cream as we pay the Highest Market Price at all times and give HonesttTest and Weight Balderston Graiu Co n A i k
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
1 p THE CANADIAN ADVERTISER Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher Mrs Othello Miller APVERTISING Published Every Friday Delivered free by carriers to every home in Canadian Texas and sent by jnail to every farm and ranch in Canadians trade territory Circu- lation one thousand over 225 more than the total circulation of any other adsheet or newspaper pub lishedin Hemphill County tvuuiaua ivuic iaist iceiii The wearing of false teeth was common nmnng the Romans P > < M Hurtling UmIu Mauf flvflff WANT ADS Up to ten yVords inserted one time for only TWENTYFIVE CENTS Ad- ditional words two cents each Three insertions for the price of two Youll get RESULTS Telephone 119 GIVE BOOKS for Christ- mas See May Stevens Isaacs Autumn Leaves Phone 217 FOR SALEUsed baby buggy Cheap Mrs C A Roth What is the lure of Dra- cula Why is his kiss irresist- ible Who is this strange man dead 500 years and yet alive The Story Of The Strang estPasslon The World Hd WANTEDFursand Kite t est marke...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 30 December 1938
ff > I W Vol I The Canadian Advertiser FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1938 No 17 ADVERTISER TO CONTINUE To spike current rumors to the effect this publication is being sold The Adver- tiser makes this statement We have been offered 17500 to locate in another town This price was offered for the goodwill only and no equipment was involved Needless to say such an offer could not seriously be con- sidered Many Visit Blarney Stone A famous curiositv is the Blarney Stone at Blarnev castle near Cork It Is chiefly patronized by lovers The legend runs that whoever kisses the stone reciting his or her wishes at the same time will have remark- able persuasive powers over the other partner TAKING NO CHANCES I thought you were going to brea your engagement to Paul I am but not till Im engaged t someone else BAKED FRESH TODAY WHITE LAYER CAKES Each 15c 25c ANGEL FOOD CAKES Each 25c ASSORTED FRUIT PIES Each 25c CINNAMON ROLLS Doz 20c MEAT DEPT FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER 2 Lbs 25c ALLSWEET or NUCOA OLEO Lb 19c ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 30 December 1938
THE CANADIAN ADVERTISER Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher Mrs Othello Miller ADVERTISING 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 one thousand over 225 more than the total circulation of any other adsheet or newspaper pub- lished in Hemphill County WANT ADS Up to ten words inserted one time for only TWENTYFIVE CENTS Ad- ditional words two cents each Three insertions for the price of two Youll get RESULTS Telephone 119 FOR SALEUsed baby buggy Cheap Mrs C A Roth FOR SALEHand cro- cheted bed spread Original pattern Mrs L N Cagle Childress Tex WANTED Furs and hides at high- est market value A Hendershot at Shephards Salvage FOR SALECotton hull burners Write Worth Crandall Gem Texas FOR SALEModern five room stucco house back fenced garage and trees C M Williams FOUNDCap Identify and pay for ad LOOKED THAT WAY Now how do you know that your friend Stiff ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 30 December 1938
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 30 December 1938
I r FOR EVlfcY BUSINESS CARBON COPY C ic CARBON LGArED SALES DOCKS If you want superior quality qim k service and low cost lei us handle your next order for books 1 or padb for any purpose M < JVL ADVTRTIS R J t < Honored Itussia s First Itailrnati When Kusia first railroad ws jotnnleteri between Moscow and St Petersburg in V > 1 Rmoernr Nichon n las t rpgnrded rhe achievement with such neverpnre savs Colters Week jy Jhaf for several vpars after warcLhe made men remove their hats and wnrrien cover their heads ui the stations and on the trains w rsart We wish to thank our friends for their support during 1933 May we continue to help serve you with the coming new year Shamrock Service Station I iUm III II aWtifiiaMajLJHmrMLIII trilMM im mWrni ni i MTW i J II L lhlWMirtir tfAU rt jr Plant Lite Plant life cannot make use of tho pure nitrogen of the atmosphere It must be combined with other ele- ments and gotten into the soil be- fore it is of anv use to them Light- ning dischar...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 30 December 1938
Pi A H tWJK 1 MyTFine M K TESSERT 1 Assorted Flavors W < 3 PKGS 10c Wd Coffee SCHILLINGS 2 Lb < 3pte45c CRACKERS Salty Flake 2 LB BOX 10c e TREE SWEET TaH Cans 5c DATES 2 lb Box lOc APRICOTS BLACKBERRIES NO 10 CAN 39c OATS Scotch large box 19c j Symp Pure Maple Vermont Maid 16 Oz Bottle 19c 32 oz Bottle 35c saTmon ALASKA 1 Lb Cans 3 Cans 29c f f Flour Kansas Expansion 48 lb Bag 129 Cherries Chocolate Covered 1 Lb Box 15c PEACHES Delight Heavy Syrup 12 Can 10c f1 w m Best Way Store YOUR BEST WAY TO SAVE CANADIAN TEXAS FRL SAT Pinto Beans cffi S4g K C BAKING POWDER 50 oz Can 29 Meat Salt Old Hickory 10 lb Can 69 Catsup 16 oz Can 10 Mixed Vegetable DM Tall Can 14 Grapefruit Juice Jack Spratt Wo 2 2 for 15 Pineapple I till TIDBITS 8 OZ CAN 5c Beans Red Kidney No 2 3 Cans 25 Fruit Cocktail GRANDA i 1 CAN 10 Sugar 10 LB CLOTH BSE AS Pork Beans JACK SPRATT 1 LB CAN 5c Cherries RED SOUR PITTED I 10 49 Peaches CALIF FREESTONE NO 10 35c Pickles Sour or Dill QT Jar 15 Grape Juice Qt Bott...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 30 December 1938
IP 6 IPNew Years Greetings EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT SPECIAL PRICES m ammm Friday Saturday Dec 3031 ON HIGHWAY 83 THE PALAC m iw j PHONE 47 Saturday Nite 1130 PM CAST in tfio MOULD of ENTERTAIN- MENT DELUXE Sunday Monday Jan 12 Iris Once Colored Paint During the Seventeenth century a popular pigment was made from the flowers of the common blue flag iris The purplish blue flowprs were first allowed to ferment then the iuiqe was extracted and mixed with pow- dered alumLater tb iement was called iris green TbylWrs of the violetcolored pansy were also used to make a similar oiem nt Trumpet an Old Instrument One of the oldest pf instruments the trumpet was firstSsed in the orchestra by MonteveTflti At that time crooks were added these af- fording changes of key Bach and Handel also employed this hand type Our vaJve trumpet perfected in the last century says a writer in the Chicago Daily News is un- able to reproduce high and florid passages of the earlv music Pos- sessing three valves which...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 6 January 1939
v wm am i mr K t I > ii V0h j y Canadian Advertiser Fatned Preacher Coming to Canadian Dr Burke Culpepper of Memphis Tennessee will preach in the Canadian Methodist Church from January 8 through January22 Hear his first sermon Sunday morning at 1100 He will speak at 1000 and 730 each week day Plan now to hear some of the most inspiring preaching ever delivered in Canadian Everyone will find a wholehearted welcome D L McCree minister The Hi ace fflg ° Sat 67 mmiimi i iimi i i ft1 liride of the West With Hop Along Cassidy Serial Comedy ii i gun Mon 89 Out West With the Hardys Mickey Rooney Lewis Stone Tues Jan 10 Only Listen Darling Judy Garland Freddie Bartholome n Wed Thu Jan 1112 Great Waltz Luise Rainer IM p r Ferdinan Grayet IX PI1 > o FRIDAY JANUARY 6 1939 Who Is This Man He may be our next city1 commissioner i t < t him jjnMfc n > K < > f WWft FEED Seed Salt Grain Hay Cake We can furnish any feed mixed as you specify Call us for prices on Cottonseed Cake deliv...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 6 January 1939
T JJL START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT 31 IE SALT M = r IE II nz JEWELL or TUCKERS IE PEA R f 40k < < 3e = fe nrer White or Yellow HI ir = = ip UGA CE Fancy q PRUNES large A C 3F = 1E 31 IE 31 IE Picnics Swifts Lb 19c f Cheese 31 IE 3E 3r = = iE 3l iE PACHARDS To Please You IVioney Back GUARAMIEE 31 E 3E = E 13 LB CLOTH BIG X 2k F = 1E No 2 Cans CHOICE Good o T avy Deans cookers j J 2D Lb Bag 3Laa = = = 1I E 1 n IE Jib 4JL Jo 10 Cans tyt 31 IE E = 3E 2 Pound 3 = E = = = E g PH0NE 47 GOOD PLACE TO TRADE 3r = = iE = 11 = Longhorn Full Cream 3E 31 IE = 11 ip o oag ek ie J ew Potatoes Minute Oats Giant COm Yelow Lb 19c LB 45c 8 LB 89c 3 1E = 3E Q 3G = A hOI U = s E > 3 t SB4 flC
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 6 January 1939
Salmon Fancy Pink 1 lb Can 10c t Pean ut Brittle Fudge Peanut Sq etc 10c fT FLOUR TbtwiciiTAnounrtiusW WICHITA HANSAl KANSAS EXP 48 lbs < i > i zy PUFFED WHEAT Oil RICE Large Cello Bag COKN SHOE PEG NO 2 CANS 3 Cans 29c OD BLACKBERRIES APRICOTS PEACHES PEARS 39c Shortening 31 Rfc TLCKlKftVS carton 42c Tomato Juice All Good 46 oz Cans IMLtflUJl Hominy or Kraut No 2 Can 3 Cans 25c Smoke Salt Old Hickory Can 59 V i 2 for 35 1 Peaches i WW > < JW > i vs YOUR BJST WAY TO SAW CANADIAN TEXAS FRLSAT Coffee schillings lb can GOLDEN BANTUM 1 1 OZ CAN OVERLAND NO 2 3 cans IDC LB 25 05 25 WaerMid 2 Id Pkg 10 jdUgar 10 lb cloth bag 45 rATHUP 14 oz Bottle 7MD DATES 2 LB PKG 10 i S CORN FLAKES 2 BOXES 19 erries RED PITTED 11 1 CMS 28 pples Crackers Oranges JackSprat4 Cans 19 eans m cans Li < pj No 10 Can issue 3 Rolls ecL Size Pkg 35c 79 15c 19c PAW 2 lb box 10 Large Calif Navels doz 19 Tomato Juice D M Tall Cans 5c Grapefruit Lg size dozr 19 CornDM Zck 2cifis25 Del Monte No 2 ca...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 6 January 1939
OCedar Polish k aill OFWe cut any size piece Big Master Two Pound Can Try hot cocoa for the evening meal 15c in Phillips20oz n rnn ok eXomTcroreorlJnzfl L PELLACO Brand a Iiriinp 5 oz wet or dry Fancy I POPCORN TSStE2 3 FOR 25 tfe vare happy to introducestoypu inbur marJcetMr Roy Hams oasts oasts Ragsdaile Mr Bob Hoiiey is oVdepuiy8lieriff of Beck V k fiftf hamCon Okla We feelHsur Sf mo > with1 the courtenoumndrBeryice of ourMr RagBdale w The finer po ish its cheaper in the large size f S125 VALUE v WCSSOIl Oil Fine for Salads fancy dressing Phone 4 Pudding s Blueberries Beaver A Gooseberry or Blueberry No 2 G l r i Pie goes good occasionly Can oosebernes Lancho Syrup Blue Brer Rabbit pure GAL FANCY BEEF ROUND SLICED LB 28 Tomato Juice 3FM Ull PHILLIPS 20 OZ CANS I BACON Choice Heavy Lb 23C ol9c Especially Chicken Noodle Dinner lb Jar Primrose Extra Fancy A dinner in a jar Hearts Delight M a p pane CcUIo Asparagus Style Extra Fancy 1YQ > d V Lean TENDER Half or Whole BEEF Choi...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 13 January 1939
Tr hi < i fl vt > i i w tw 3 The Canadian Advertise AMPLE REASON The collector was going his rounds for telephone charges says TitBits Magazine and halting in front of one house he took a letter from his pocket and glanced over it Then he rang the bell The house- holder himself appeared I understand said the collec- tor that you refuse to pay for the 152 telephone calls with which you have been charged I do But my dear sir thats absurd What is your complaint I havent got a telephone Very Logical Bunger had found a new pet name for his wife He called her my cherub so often that at last the lady who was anything but an an- gel became suspicious and asked why he used that particular form of endearment Bunger looked uncomfortable for a moment and then decided to put a brave face on it Its like this he said you nev- er seem to have any clothes youre always up in the air and you keep on harping Providence Journal WELL BACKED UP Has Mountain Lake college a big reputation I should say...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 13 January 1939
THE CANADIAN ADVERTISER Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher Mr Othello Miller ADVERTISING 1 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 one thousand over 225 more than the total circulation of any other adsheet or newspaper pub- lished in Hemphill County Virgin Islanders Swayed By Ghost of Blackbeard In the islands once inhabited by privateers and buccaneers live myths and tales vastly more enter- taining than the stories that were left in the wake of the European conquerors In our American Vir- gin islands group the Isle of St Thomas was the home of two such pirates Blackbeard and Bluebeard not to be confused with the Blue- beard of the French legend Stand- ing are the relics of their reigns two silolike castles eerie and inter- esting relates Anson Brown in the Chicago Tribune Each castle is a perfect cylinder about 50 feet high and 20 feet in diamet...