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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 10 February 1939

> w First Hunter Hello what luck Second Hunter Nothing Ive combed these woods without finding a sttigle hare v Good Cause for Fright Let me look at that letter ave just opened I can see its a Romans handwriting and I no ticjfryou turned pale when you read Hnbby You can have it with pleasure its from your dressmak- er L Sray Stories Magazine j Revised Opinion Lily Yes it was a case of love at first sight Billy But you didnt marry > Observing wPat have you anything before I spring the trap him after all Lily No I got a sight of him several times after that Farm Journal Not Up to Date Father Come here Tommy Im going to dust the seat of your trous- ers with this cane Tommy Dont be oldfashioned dad Couldnt you use the vacuum cleaner Stray Stories Magazine Strategy Peebles Didnt I see your wife arrive home yesterday I thought she had gone for good Jeebles Yes she said she had jbui I sent her a copy of the local Newspaper with one item cut out to say asked the sheriff Yes begorrah Oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 10 February 1939

r ivnfj nTi < f THE CANADIAN ADVERTISER Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher MrsOthello 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 Certainly Not The Advertiser makes no charge for cards oi thanks THE MIAMI CHIEF The Advertiser was given credit for an item of news the Miami Chief used in its columns last week Mr Haynes editor and publisher of The Chief at one time supplied The Advertiser with paper stock when a shipment from Amarillo failed to arrive The Chief s a mighty fine newspaper put out by mighty fine people in a mighty fine town TO DALLAS Mr and Mrs D V Copus left yester- day for Dallas Texa3 They have been staying at the Paige Apartments Mr Co pus was foreman of the dirt work for the Austin Construction Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 10 February 1939

K > p i m Country Gentlemen No 2 can 2 for 25c i KRAUT OR HOMINY v No 2 cans > I W jty w r ISfEWS FLASH Pope Pius XI for seventeen years the head of the Roman Catholic Church died at 1030 last night Canadian time at the age of 8 years His Holiness had been greatly distressed lately The whole world mourns the loss of a great churchman a great man MM Grapefruit Juice 46 oz can 15c Coffee Best Way Special 17c lb 2 lbs 31c YOUR BEST WAY TO SAVJE CANADIAN TEXAS Friday Saturday > < Grapefruit Size Tex Doz 25 Carrots Fresh Texas 2 Bunches C Fresh Washed g J No 2 c ans Iowana Butter Kernel Large Banquet 3 cans 25c 11 Qt Jar 13c No Cans Z for Hersheys 1 lb can Hand Packed No 2 Cans 29c < J for hiO 12c for 25 client ciub 3 cans ioc COliNED BIEEF 1 1 Head Cabbage FREE Lg Can IC Apple Butter Jaok sPrat Qt Jar 15c 1 Fish MUSTARD MUSH BACON Armour lib Bags 2 for 25c Chicken of the Sea lib 2 fop fl red ball qt 10c can 10c OATS Quaker Buckeye 5 lb bag c eet Sugar cloth bag 10 lb 45c ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 10 February 1939

t Steak eo HI v FRLSAT BARGAINS FEB 1011 SSi Doz 19c fresh crisp Large Heads 4 Lb 8 Lb ENDER ALLSWEET GLASS FREE Corn Flakes Free Cake BOLOGNA or HAMBURGER I Delivered Free j Big 4 or Big Ben 8 for 4c CARROTS UNIONS RADISHES 3 BUNCHES 1 Qc R EETSTU1IPS SUGAR COMPOUND JEW Texas Nice Size L Doz u L for U 10 lb Cloth Ba 9 45 39c 78c PUMPKIN 2 1 2 can ii c Butter Fresh BrookfieSd orsweet Cream Lb 30 OXYDOL 25c Size 19 lb 19 FAT MCE DRESSED TO ORBER H 25 A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE PANCAKE FLOUR 3 Lb Bag With 1 Piutof T C Blackberries FANCY SANTA F3E NO 1 CAN Strawberries Santa Fe no 2 can I9c NO 2 CAN es cello packages 3 for 25c WE WILL PAY 27c or MORE per LB FOR BUTTERFAT FRI SAT PRESERIES orted19 VEGTABLES Spaghetti Hominy and Sardines 7T012 0Z CANS 5 Cents Phone 47 A Vil

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 10 February 1939

r > IF < g Hm Pears Phone 4 rTff GUARANTEED PANAMA 2 No Sugar Added BLACKEYED 9 Fresh Green Staleys Golden yrUp Gallon Cans HUNTERS Fancy Pink POTATOE 15c < j t 25c Colorado Red McLores S Cwt 149 These New Lower Prices on Feed Effective Friday Saturday TexaCream Products Alfalfa Meal Molasses Cwt 115 Dairy Feed 17 Protein Cwt 170 Laying Mash Cwt 200 Weguarauteethismashtobe as good as money can buy Growing Mash Cwt 210 All Mash Starter 50115 Hog Feed Protein Supplement Cwt 260 Better than Blood Tankage any day Mew higher prices on cream PURASWW FJEBo lOll r < Y Ilf e Sure to Shoo Before 400 FM SAT Macaroni 2 Regular Boxes 5e Turnips Tomato Juice bench 5 c Phillips 3 Large Cans Sc Jackson o 9 < r sweet corn J lOF i < JC Free flS S ge oize Free Delivery Lovely Carnival Ware Tumblers Bright New Colors 481b 158 24 lb 85c While supplies last 2 tumblers with 24 lbsor more Carrots bunch 3c GRAPEFRUIT New Load Texas Seedless 9 for Small Size 12 for GERY Canadian We are now ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 10 February 1939

6 > 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 RESULTSI Telephone 119 RED TOP Station and Camp Goodgion Son Props Canadian For Sale Firstclass car radio See Noble Trueblood at the Community Garage ATTENTION is called to the large red and black Piggly Wiggly bills which are always delivered with The Advertiser They are printed at the Advertiser office First Recorded Yacht Club The first recorded yacht club was the Cork Harbor Water club estab- lished some time prior to 1720 and boasting in that year a consider- able fleet of slonprigged yachts Helpfulness in Hard Work Dar is always helpfulness in hard work said Uncle Eben If you cant look on the bright side o life you can put in yoh time polish in up de side dats turned towards you Early Roman Empire Exports Circus animals and grain wepe the chief exports of North Africa during its Roman empire days SEED Seeus for Seed Oats ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

i PUBLICATION OF PUBLIC NOTICES IS A PUBLIC SERVICE The Canadian Advertiser Vol I 1 Geo Coburn 2 Fred Rathjen 8 Frank Cole 4 Henry Barton 5 Jno J Gerlach 6 D M Hargraves 7 H T Eubanks 8 M W Hays 9 J H Hopkins 10 John Woods 11 Claude Ledric 12 W H Hopkins IS Joe Jones 14 Dick Barton 15 Alec B arton 16 Will Barton 17 Alec Simpson 18 W H Groom 19 Tom Connell 20 Hugh McKey 21u W R Hext 22 W B Johnson 28 Dave Pore 24 Vas Stickley 25 Wm Kelley 26 Alex Young b FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 1939 Thi Picture Taken During the Summer of 1909 27 Albert King 28 Wm Peet 29 B M Baker 30 W D Rathjen Big Time The Methodist Mens Club had a great time lost Monday night Visited Mr and Mrs Otis Kizziar and daugh- ter Bpent theweekend with Mr and Mrs W A Dean In Amanita W S Newell was in Amarillo Monday In Dallas Mr and Mrs Lee Clifton spent the first part of the week in Dallas To Pampa Pr W R German was called to Pam pa late Monday to see a patient PREACHED WH Drake filled his regular appoint- ment at Gem City Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

THE CANADIAN ADVERTISER Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLERJ 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 RED TOP Station and Camp Goodgion Son Props Canadian MAMAS C Y KNOWS 3L Mother Tommy youre never wise in what you eat Tommy Well I aint cut my wis- dom teeth yet ma Pessimist of Victorian Age Thomas Hardy was one of the greatest realists and one of the most uncompromising pessimists Halleck says Hardys novels leave a sense of gloom upon the reader He ex- plains his view of modern life as- a thing to be put up with replacing the zest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

feM Best Way Store TOUR BEST WAY TO SAVE CANADIAN TEXAS Friday Saturday APPLES > B bu 139 Radishes Oranges Catsup Preserves Crackers Fresh Texas Sunkist Small Sweet French Dressing Pardl Dog Food Pure Strawberry Red Star Flour CORN 2 PEARS 2 3 cans 25o 3 cans 25c 2 bcli 5c 3 doz 25c EGG PLANT fresh lb 5c Tomatoes Hand Packed No 2 Can 4 for 25c NZ H OZ BOTTLE 15c Kraft 8oz bottle Pancake Flour IK SPRAT 20IZ 15c cans Zic Comb Honey BLOCK 20c Grape Fruit Juice Garth 48oz can A 5C Whole Wheat 20 OZ PKG k BOTH He Corn Flakes large pkgs 3 for 25c Candy Pe1 Vrres 2 lbs 25c Pickles Mixed Sweet 24 oz Jar 19c 1 lb Jar 19c 48 lb Bag 139 24 lb Bag 75o Carnival Glass Pitoher FREE Pineapple Tidbits D M 8 oz can 5c Liberty Bell 2 Box 12c i ID dC 2 lh 47c I Cherry Cream Pie Tart cherries nestling under a creamy smooth custard filling topped with meringue Try it to- night Cherries nSM 10c Cake Flour s SB 19c Shortening 4 lbs 39c Mrs Tuckers or Jewel Pet Milk 2 Ig or 4 sm 15c Ask Us For The Recipe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

tk > Y i T W mjgm i ts CM giyj H BH tl Eta 3 Q Kail r n n Bologna Hamburger Ramneys Tiny FRESH BACKBONES PORK ROAST Whole 2 can for Best You Can Buy 2 lbs Our ftlake Country Style ausage 2 ib and Save Money FrL Sat iOAH Guaranteed 3c 25c 35c LB 1 7ic I LB 1 7C Bulk per pound Ranneys 1Q OUngDgmeS No 2 cans Jo Sugar 1 ° lbcloth Bas 45c LB 19c ONE WITH EACH PACKAGE OF Santa Fe NO 2 CAN COFFEE Ranneys Class Jar Large Great Northern 4 lbs 39c 8 lbs 77c FLOUR C A NAB JANS B E ST 24 LBS 73c 48 LBS ffil39 Baking Powder Dairy Maid large can BOWL FREE A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Delivered Free Phone 47

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

TRIP Mr and Mrs Earl Rhea spent Sunday and Monday in Amarillo IN HOSPITAL Mrs D A Hardin is still receiving treatment at the hospital Brightened The Scott Grocery interior has been brightened by several new signs TRIP Mr N Abraham and Naceeb made a business trip to Pampa Wednesday MEETING The Womens Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church is meeting this afternoon with Mrs N Abraham VISITING Mrs Ben Scott has been visiting her mother Mrs E B Elliston in Dalhart Name Belle ot Latin Origin The name Belle is of Latin origin and means beautiful It is some- times thought that Belle is merely a diminutive ot Isabella but it may also be an independent name The name is sometimes spelled Bell Suffering Is Necessary We can hardly learn humility and tenderness enough except by suf- fering Goorgp Eliot Date Miss Lois Fritts and Don L Kite will be married Sunday Best wishes to these two fine young people WINNERS Mrs Pat Williams Mrs Earl Gamble Mrs Walter Yeager and a Miss Hutton SIX VOLT ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

rp Syrup oap Brer Rabbit Gallon CRYSTAL WHITES LITTLE BROTHER Blackberries Wo1n ° 10 39c Syrup Imitation Maple 16 oz Bottle Bars Wheat Ball FREE 3 for JLoJt 65c PllimS 19c Green Gage No 21 Orange Juice Sunstrand Med Cans fl A 2 for UL Pork Beans s aW1olL 25 Tomato Soup Havln Reg 5c Tomato RNo V 2 cln 2 or21c Cocoa Bil JT 17c MagicWasher g2for29c C i J Sugar Beet 10 lb Bag 45c Flour PurAsnowft 8 ib i 58 Carnival Glasses FREE Candy Popcorn Ass t Hard Cellophane lb Bag Cello Bag 5c 3 lb 19c Raisins Ce Pao ° kage ae 21b 15 Graham Cracker 2A ib 15c Grapefruit Jfe dT e e s4 f or 13 more sweet Tex seedless ones like Ifj youve been getting ilu Golden ripe Fruit lb 5c Potatoes 10 lb bag 21c Soneana I1j s saniary lb 99 dUbdgC Wrapped in Cello Margarine Durkees Best Per Pound Shortening AnvBrand TICE JL 4 lb 39o 8 lb 77o IT COSTS NO MORE TO SHOP HERE AND GET CASH DIVIDEND TICKETS GOOD FOR CASH DRAWING HELD EACH 2ND 4TH SAT NEXT DRAWING FEB 25TH FOR 20 DOLLARS SGOTT GROCERY Phone 4 Convenient P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

Name Eliza Was Borne by Two Wives of Presidents The name Eliza a short form of the Hebrew Elizabeth meaning consecrated to God has not re- tained the place in popular favor it once held as has the longer form Still there are many women who bear it especially in cases where it is a family name according to Flor- ence A Cowles in the Cleveland Plain Dealer Two wives of Presidents have borne this name Eliza Kortwright Monroe and Eliza McArdle John- son Napoleon had a sister Elisa whom he made Grand Duchess of Tuscany The true name of the French tragedienne Rachel d 1852 was Elisa Rachel Felix Elise and Elisa are French forms Eliza Lucas Pinckney in colonial days capably managed her fathers farm while he was away on govern- ment business Later she married Chief Justice Pinckney and became the mother of that C C Pinckney who said to France Millions for defense but not one cent for trib- ute Eliza Haywood d 1756 Eng- lish novelist and dramatist acted in the plays she wrote Eliza Ware Farr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 17 February 1939

Rialto Bridge of Sighs World Famous Structures In Venice a city of many and beautiful bridges are two that are world famous the Rialto bridge over the Grand canal and the Bridge of Sighs which connects the old doges palace with the Prison of Saint Mark The lastnamed bridge perhaps is the most widely known of all writes John A Menaugh in the Chicago Tribune The single great marble arch of the Rialto bridge rests upon a foun- dation of 12000 piles driven to a depth of 16 feet on the banks of the canal These piles were sunk by means of a hammer a heavy- weight falling in a groove that was operated either by man power or horse power since steam piledriv ers were not in existence when the bridge was erected in the years from 1588 to 1592 Designed by Gio- vanni Contino the Rialto bridge is of the arcaded type of construc- tion and in its design can be seen the Roman the segmental the Goth- ic and the Moorish arch The Bridge of Sighs is a relatively small structure the springs of its one a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

H iCw l i H < r J J i V U vf PUBLICATION OF PUBLIC NOTICES IS A PUBLIC SERVICE The Canadian Advertiser Vol I Mr and Mrs Howard Shouse are the proud parents of a baby girl born Wed Monotonous News H S Wilbur attended a bankers con- vention in Dallas this week Mr and Mrs L A McAdams attended a Chamber of Commerce banquet at Higgins Wednesday evening Miss Mary Owens spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Amarillo visiting her mother Mr and Mrs Clark Enoch and Mrs Bess McAdams spent Saturday and Sunday In Wichita Falls < Sheriff Rathjen says no one has occu- pied the county hoosegow since last Oct Sheriff Shahan of Lipscomb County visited the local sheriffs office Tuesday Mr West Special agent for the Santa Fe was in town Tuesday Wesley Edwards of the Amarillo Pa- per Co was a guest in the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Scott Tuesday night John Hilbun and family have moved to Shamrock C H Smith made a trip to Amarillo Earl Clark has came out of retirement and will reenter the race for city com- m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

wm mf mfflw Published Every Friday > PAMPA NEWS w THE CANADIAN ADVERTISER Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher Mrs Othello Miller ADVERTISING 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 SALE Cheap Baled Prsirie Hay near Canadian Burl Cavins BEST GRADE Armstrongs Felt Base Floor Coveiing Low Price City Furni- ture Co 65 per month Salytjdor Parra Agt Phone 119 Adv Death Penalty for Most Crimes in Aztecs Land The following facts relative to the inhabitants of southwestern Ameri- ca before the arrival of the white man are from a book by F Martin Brown and retold by a writer in Everybody...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

V First Year in the New Canadian Academy 1900 Front Row starting at left Pauline Chambers Frank M Chambers Robert Ralph Young Unknown Jack Berry a Bob Sowder boy another Bob Sowder boy and Louise Hoover Middle Row starting at left Clancy Fisher Housie Hopkins Annie Wright Jimmie Berry Johnie Connell Ed Hoov- er Glen Hopkins and Mr Siicies little girlBack Back Row starting at left Leila Mc- Donald Mary Gerlach Unknown Miss Fashti Bellanfante Birdie Berry Un- known Unknown and Cecelia Wright Quick Get the Spray Gun Mrs Dasher When we were in Egypt we visited the pyramids Some of the stones were literally covered with hieroglyphics Mrs Gusher I hope none of them got on you They say some of those foreign insects are terrible Only a Putt Golfer If you dont stop chatter- ing youll drive me clean out of my mind Wife That wouldnt be a drive it would only be a short putt The Correct Answer Well John will five go into oneYeth Yeth mith lisped little John Oh nonsense John think again said the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

Government Library Not Completed Until in 1897 The Library of Congress was es- tablished in the city of Washington by an act of congress dated 1800 in connection with the setting up of the government in the new capital city The act made an initial ap- propriation of 5000 for the pur- chase of books and the fitting up of suitable quarters The first librarian was John Beck- ley of Virginia who entered his duties in 1802 The first catalogue of the library which he printed in April of that year listed 964 vol- umes and 9 maps Ten years later relates a writer in the Washington Star there were 3076 volumes and 53 map charts and plans In August 1814 when the Capitol was burned by the British the library which was housed in a wooden passage- way where the rotunda now stands was destroyed To replace the loss Thomas Jefferson offered the gov- ernment his private library of 6700 volumes at a cost of 23700 which was accepted in 1815 The present building was begun in 1886 from plans by J J Smith...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

I JL 1 m m Origin of Christening Ships In ancient times when a new ship was launched the libation or pour- ing out of wine was practiced con- secrating the ship to the god whose image she bore The action of bless- ing ships is alluded to by the Monks of St Denys and there are records of ship christenings from July 1418 when the bishop of Bangor was sent to Southampton England to bless the kings ships for successful voy- ages On October 20 1797 the Con- stitution first U S navy ship launched was christened by an of- ficer who broke a bottle of wins over her prow The practice of christening ships has thus developed gradually into a recognized custom and champagne is probably used for the ceremony because it is a rare wine and suitable therefore for such an important occasion Ancient Drums of India The drum is something more in India than a musical instrument it occupies an important place in Indian myth and legend The most ancient of these drums is the mrdanga the two heads of which a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

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