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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

< 1 I i > Steak Ranneys 48 oz pkgs 19c Preserves pT6oz jar ed 19c SyrUP Brer Rabbit Qj Q Flour 6 LB BUB 19c Soap TbarI1 19c Brown Sugar 3 lbs l9c I lb Coneys 19c Coney Bunssh18 FOR 19c 19C CatSUp B14 oz bottles Oranges Texas Dos 19c Spuds 10 LIS 19c Pickles Johnsons Specials EdGh Item 19c Fresh Tender 19c COFFEE bliss Lb 19c OXYDOL M SIZE 19c OATS Sour or Dill Full Quart 3ESE 19c Pinto Beans 4 lb 19c Raisins c ° 2 lbs 19c Hams PICNIC Tendermade Youngberries lb 19c No 2 Can 19c Bacon Squares lb 19c Ginger Snaps 2 Lb 19c Post Bran I BOXES 19c Apple Butter Qt 19c Tomatoes 3 cans 19c Chili Best Grade BLOCK 19c Toilet Tissue jj ROLLS 19c Crackers JW 19c Meal 10 lbs 19c r Many more specials at our store We will pay 27c or more cash for No 1 cream JOHNS GROCERY A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Free Delviery a it Hi iAwmfcv l M 4jA i u > > i Phone 47 1 rthfiwJ

Publication Title: Canadian Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

v = II > V Iff IWW The Strengthening Power of Unsuc pectedLove and Bridging the River of Sin will be the sermon topics at 1100 and 730 Sunday The Church School will meet at 945 and the Epworth leagues at 645 Methodist Young people all over the world are launching a Youth Crusade Theje will be a District Rally at Amarillo in Polk Street Methodist Church on Tuesday February 28 at 730 Bishop Ralph Cushman of Den- ver and other nationally known speakers will address the youth of our District Twenty young people from Canadian Methodist Church plan to go- On Wednesday night March 1 the Midweek Services begin at 730 followed by choir practice The Missionary Society meets at 3 p m Thursday Sunday School 945 Tom Abraham Supt Attend the Adult Bible Clasaes for spiritual enlightenment and fellow- ship Worship 11 a m Sermon topic Man and His Destiny Intermediate G E each Sunday at 2 p m Seniors each Sunday at 9 p m Choir rehearsal each Wednesday at 730 p m The World Day of Prayer which is a ...

Publication Title: Canadian Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 24 February 1939

fikg < rtT A v i v f T fV Mining Industry Lingo Makes Use of Odd Terms The mining industry has a lan- guage in many respects peculiar to itself For example cites a writer in the Chicago Tribune a passenger elevator in mining lingo is a cage They are usually little more than cages often consisting of a platform with a metal framework around it to which a cable and steadying guide lines are attached The term elevator is usually ap- plied to an endless belt for elevat- ing crushed ore A blow is an outcropping or a point where a mineral vein reaches the surface of the ground A blind vein is one which has no outcrop A cradle is a box on rockers used for washing gold bearing grav- el Use of a compass in surveying is often termed dialling by min- ers The small locomotive used for switching cars in mines receives the name dinky probably derived from the donkeys which they re- placed in this operation A dolly to a miner is not some- thing for children to play with It is a tool for sharpen...

Publication Title: Canadian Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 3 March 1939

I v PUBLICATION OF PUBLIC NOTICES The Vol I Monotonous News Mr and Mrs Charles Hill were in Pampa Tuesday Mr and Mrs Lloyd N Cagle and children Lila Steve and Earl of Child ress spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W J Rhoades Mr and Mrs 0 S Franks and Mr and Mrs Othello Miller Lee King Ted Shaller W S Newell and Raymond Newell attended the Minneapolis Sales Service School at Amarillo this week Dr W R German made a business trip to Childress Monday Vernon Mar- tin acted as chauffeur Mr and Mrs Eldon Clark and child- ren of Pampa spent Saturday visit- ing relatives and friends Mr and Mrs A B Dameron moved V into the1 Davidson Apartments Wednes fc day It Mr and Mrs Rogers Orr have moved Ff into the Marks apartment Mrs George Birge of Pittsburg Pennsylvania visited her brother Abe Haddox and Mrs Haddox and son Billy James last week Mrs Lee Ryan and children of Ama- rillo visited last Friday in the homes of Mr and Mrs Abe Haddox and Mr and Mrs Jim Johnson The American Legion will hold its twent...

Publication Title: Canadian Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 3 March 1939

V oil < t njirr THE CANADIANADVERTISER Canadian Texas OTHELLO MILLER Editor Publisher Mrn 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 rvords two cents each Three insertions for the price of two Youll get RESULTS Telephone 119 BEST GRADE Armstrongs Felt Base Floor Covering Low Price City Furni- ture Co PAMPA NEWS tt > 65 per month Salvador Parra Agt Phone 119 Adv KEYS MADE and nickel magazines at The Advertiser office Adv First Agricultural Cooperatives The earliest cooperative organi- zations of which records have been found were in the dairy industry At least as long as four centuries ago the Swiss and French peasants in the Jura mo...

Publication Title: Canadian Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 3 March 1939

W lr BMyaawai 1 tow a ai Bi viwig au Jkiuvrfjr t Vj i v if i i Sift zigta Sljittfe About fBg S Sraltc THEGIFT YOU HAVE Paulsadvice to a young preacher > namedTimothy was Neglect not the gift that is in thee This is not only good advice for a preacher but to all who areconcerned about right living We areall of us bo concerned about the generalstate of thingsas to forget our ownpersonal power place and re- sponsibility as though a merchant should be so occupied with the sadstate of business generally as to neglect dis- playing his own merchandise We are soanxious ihat the other fellow use his gift freely as to often neglect our own Each one of us has a gift in power and personality in station and responsibility which belongs fo no one else in the world It may be simple nevertheless the world is kept right side up by the labor loyalty and virtue of unconsid- ered folkWe sometimes miss finding it orcompare it unfavorably with other peoples gifts or misuse it but to find and use the g...

Publication Title: Canadian Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 3 March 1939

b V g > fMr tfV Johnsons Specials Friday Saturday March 3 4 ns r 10 Lbs 29c Colo Red or white 10 Lbs 19c Apples Rome Beanty pt 35c Lemons X J Large Dqz 15c Texas Nice Size 11 T1 Oranges swiAJme ceoz 45 Pink z Lettuce w8 3 for 10c Apricots No Pears 10 Peaches Can Apple Juice llll 3 for 25c Santa Fe 9c 77c i 4 JTp CiJ r i ff w 4 < M tl BMH rffl Bacon Sugured s d lb 23c Cheese ONE WITH EACH PACKAGE OF ALLSWEET MARGARINE Longhorn LI A good place to trade lb 15c Pork Chops fresh lb 25c Steak Juicy Tender Zlc einers fresh lb 15c 5g VHV Soap P G LARGE S bars 25c Lye WASHES CUOTHES SPARKLING WHITE c EGULAR LARGS Res 25c Size Fancy Wisconsin 5 No 2 Can d Standard Quality No Z Can 25c > V 5 lib 14 Cr a t r 4 Prfee Dellver V Phone 47 il t i d n 3 si W

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 3 March 1939

ID Ft w IK4V fa J This picture was taken in 1900 from the center of Main Street about whei e Dr Snyders office is now located You are looking downhill the present depot was not built until later The building on the right is the pres- ent Wood Furniture Company store occupied at that time by the Johnson Mercantile Company The sign on the side of the building advertises Star Brand Shoes The old Gerlach Mercan- tile Company can be seen further down the hill by the windmill This is some- where between the present Hobdy Motor Company and the John Deere Implement House The onehorse wagon on the left is theJbhnson Mercantile Company deliv- ery cart The second or third building down on the left has an unknown den- tists sign hanging in front A millinery sign can be seen further down The original picture from which this cut was made ovned by Dr H B Spiller shows the same old sand blowing out on the river bed Telephone Service Taxes Every dollar charged for tele- phone service includes more t...

Publication Title: Canadian Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 3 March 1939

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