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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 2 December 1938
< Advertising is as essential to tws v iness as is rain to growing crops It f is the keystone in the arch of successful merchandising ii 1 A v We hear Mr Brown over near Miami in spected the scarecrow he put up about six inonthB ago He found twentytwo WPA checks in its pocket CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank you for your kind and beautiful expressions of sympathy during dur recent bereavement Mr Mrs E R Cloyd Family Mrs D M Hargrave Mr Mrs Temple Hargrave Mr Mrs George W Cloyd Mr Mrs John S Cloyd Phone 119 and give us your Want Ads Look for the five misspelled words A dol- lar and three theatre tickets are given each week Its lots of fun a i SUN MON Clark Gable Myrna hoy IN TOO HOT TO HANDLE ee Us For All Kinds of Feed Dairy Feeds all kinds of Cattle Feeds Eggs Mashes that are better Hay and Mill Feeds4 Try us on your Cream as ive pay the Highest Market riSQ Price at all times and give Honest Test and Weight Balderston Grain Co r 4 V We see where one of Canadians oldest newspapers...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 2 December 1938
Johnson Groc SUEUR BRQWN 3 LBS 18 Onions 3 LB LYE 4 Cans 25 Santa Fe High Test 2 Cans Dutch Cleanser 15c P G Soap 8 large bars 25c QXYDOL 1 10c Box FREE With 1 lg box 23c Matches 6 Box Carton 19c ADMIRATION COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 89c HAMBURGER 2 Lbs 25c Parkay Oleo Lb 17c CHEESE KRAFTS CREAM 2 Lb Box 49c Oranges Texas nice size Juicy Sweet 2 Doz 25c Heavy Bacon or Whole Slab Lb 21c Rice Fancy 3 lbs 19c Sw Potatoes lb 1c SUGAR 10 Lb Cloth Bag LABD POUND 1 49c APPLES LARGE ROMES 6 lbs 25c ARMOURS 6 small cans 19c Pink Large Size 6 for 19c Nice Size 10 Lbs 19c CAMAY Toilet Soap Free Face Cloth 3 Bars 18 We will pay 26c or more for No 1 Cream 30c or more for fresh Eggs H
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 2 December 1938
i Candy Apples N F tCI o doz Grape Prince Albert Tobacco Can 10c COFFEE SCHILLING lb 25c Vienna Sausage quality Can 5c p tat 25c Corn F VoL I us f And its time Christmas is near Buy bargains like these and spend the Difference for holiday goodies Our stocks are complete on Nuts Candies Fruit Cake and Pudding ingredients usar Pure Cane Cloth Bag JQ J o c With purchase of 10 lb sack of No 1 Potatoes at regular price of 25c PEARS PANAMA BRAND IB 1H CAN 13c cookies Asstiibpkgs 2 Pkgs 29c Com Meal ffiffigi 10 lb 25c PORK BEANS PHILLIPS EXTRALAHGE 2 CANS 17 WITH PURCHASE OF 1 PKG 11 A 5 POTATO CHIPS AT 10c 10 jfC Chocolate ButterNut j p Goodies With Bon Bon Dish FREE lLb Pkg Fresh Tomatoes taE Lb 9c > weet Potatoes 1 2 4 Cans 25c rPurasnow 24 lbs 85c 48 lbs 158 With Purchase of 1 lb Mothers Cocoa at 10c Brick Chili Lb 21c STEAK good quality lb 20c Cream Is Up We will pay 26c or more for No 1 Cream EXTRA SPECIAL ON FEED MILL RUN Cwt 90 SHORTS 105 19c Roast fender 17 12 to 23c a lb Sausa...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
u yl y < Jl Delivered free by carriers to every home in Canadian Texas and sent by mail to every farm and ranch in Canadianstrade territory Circulation one thousand over 225 more than the total circulation of any other adsheet or newspaper published in Hemphill County Printed by fillers Print Shop Vol1 FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1938 No 14 Recipes and Household Hints k This Issue You will find some favorite recipes by lopal women in this issue of The Advertiser Try them Do you have an especially good recipe or household hint Tell us about it and well try to publish it NIG FREEMAN WINS Nig Freeman won the dollar in cash last week Bert Briggs Katheryn Hutton and C Briggs each won a free ticket to the Palace Theatre These prizes are given each week by The Advertiser to the first four people bringing in a copy of The Advertiser containing five misspelled words in the advertisements Copies brought in by children under sixteen will not be considered Lack of originality has been the cause of man...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
Pumpkin Ice Cream Z Cups Milk 1J Cups Brown Sugar 3 Egg Yolks 1J Cups Canned Pumpkin Teaspoon Salt Teaspoon Grated Orange Rind or Vanilla Z Teaspoons Ginger 1 Cup Cream 1 Combine milk brown sugar heat until milk is scalded and sugar dissolved 2 Beat egg yolks until thick light colored add pumpkin and salt 3 Add scalded milk pumpkin mix- ture cook in double boiler or saucepan over low heat for 5 min cool add orange rind or vanilla 4 Whip cream until it holds its shape but is not stiff fold into cooled mixture add ginger 5 Pour into container of hand freezer and freeze until firm using 5 parts ice to 1 part salt 6 Remove from container fill a l4 qt mold cover tightly pack in ice until ready to serve 7 Unmold on platter decorate with glace fruit To make in automatic refrigerator freeze pumpkin mixture until nearly firm stir until free from lumps fold in ginger whipped cream Return to tray freeze until solid Tried Out And Found Delicious By MRS W D FISHER fY Salad Dressing Z Tablespoons...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
J iingfs Drive down or walk down and get paid for the effort we will deliver any quantity any where in city FREE BBB McCLURES PER SACK itosetas Dei Monte Crushed LI Bill anama t JUICE DEL MONTE LEYS GOLDEN E CHERRIES CHOCOLATES T APPLE CIDER REE WITH EA PKG COMO Hard Water White King Toilet APPLE SUAGE NO 11 CI 1 MEXICAN STYLE FRANKS LB 20c READY B iscuats to cook a 1 Roll FREE With Doz Rolls E5 M 10 Can Can No 10 can ed Can 06 SSELWS 25 sec 35c dub IS CI i G can 39c NO 10 CAN 59 NO 10 CAN 59 BOX 19 LB BOX 23 S3fnacti Bel Monte mod can 11 Pears He 10 can 39c fiPRICOTS 10 IB CI 99 died Citron Orange Lemon Peel IAI Kinds All Sizes Priced to please DECEMBER vWJY
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
i > > > > > > v es GALLON 25c No 2 Cans 3 FOR 25c PINACH No 2 Cans 10 lb Cloth Ba c Cake Flour PILLSBURYS LARGE PACKAGE 25c Sugar Cured Heavy Slab Not Sliced IB 23c Specail SLICED lb 29c B 3 LB PHIL 55 s Full No 2 Cans 4 for 25c noney lb Pail 55c i pk 29c bu 109 HERSHEYS CDCDA U CI 1 Lettuce Firm Crisp Heads Two for 7c j jjCWW < 0 I III JLj WE HAVE PLENTY OF CHmSTMAS TREES CANDY Cora Meal 10 LB SACK 22 I PEAMUT BUTTER I Best Bulk 2 lb 25 FLOOR PILLSBURYS BEST Sweet Cora No 2 Cans 3 for 25c Pure Sorhgum or Ribbon Cane Gal 59 Peas if > EARLY JUNE No 2 Cans ypml m for 29 CRACKERS 10c Green Cut Beans No 2 Cans 4 for 29c Salad Dressing > c CHILI BEANS Chuck Wagon 3 Tall Cans 20 LARGE SIZE 3 FOB 25 ies CELERY Long Stem Crisp 9c 3 for 25c 1 LB BRIMFULL 1 5c CAN MILK FREE 5c Refund On Glass Jar > 7 of W I J 5
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
t ate URDAY < o TOMATO ICE 48 OZ DEL 11TE 1 CMS 35 BROWN BEAUTY BEANS 3 CANS 25 c TOMATOES TOMHTO SAUCE DEL IITE BOF CI 05 Peas Del Me picnic can ic COCOANUTS E RAH A i 0JMMGES Kew Navels 2 doz 19 BRAN FLAKES Millers 3 BOXES 25 Apricots Panama No 212 Tin I5c RICE White House 2 lb Pkg 15c PRESERVES Pineapple Pure Fruit 2 lb 33 GOOD ROAST 1712 to 23 Li q iew Potatoes to all tm Or phjmi BLACKBERIll 1n Applet NEAPPLE WHITE Li runes PEACI SYRVI < CHOWO ASSORT Soap Bacon Squares eb 19c FIG BARS 2 lb Box 25 STEEL WOOL LARGE 13OX 5c OYSTERS 5 OZ lie Nori c 5c New shipment bulk Glace ChertffJ S Xmas Candy Nuts Apples Orang J COTT JQI
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
HP Want Ads Up to ten words inserted one time for only TWENTYFIVE CENTS Addition- al words Uvo cents each Three inser- tions for the price of Uvo Phone 119 GIVE BOOKS for Christmas f See May Stevens Isaacs Autumn Leaves Phone 217 FOJR SALESmall Cole coal heater 75c Ralph Williams FOR SALEVery old violin Cheap Phone 274 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sermon Topic The Light That Shineth in Darkness SundaySchool 945 Preaehing 1100 The minister will preach at Gem City Sunday night Of tc 00 PHON The Advertizer Of f 4c V 4c 1 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iilllliliililH ess This Size Ad illiillllliM V T T f f 772 of YOUR circulars delivered all over town and 228 MAILED to the farms and ranches for only 1QQ City Delivery 1 a w 7f 2 Rural Mailing 1 7
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
1 CRANBERRIES EATMOR Qt 15c r ie WICHITA KANSAS WAKMFIOISI 3 CRAC FLOUR Kan Exp 48 LB ALASKA TALL CANS 3 for 29c Pancake Dark 10 lb Pail 49c DEPENDABLE No 2 12 2 Cans 19c = R M < v > If ft e YOUR BE new a NAVE FRUIT JUICE TEXAN I HALF LIF P G ATTOSAVE Canadiag Texas FRIDAY ATURDAY II es Skinners rip YELl arsM Seedless IE GHf SHELLED TEN fej WHOLE eans t uzlfb 101 CIS r II 18 25c ID 2 CM 3 for 2 2 FOR 15 OYSTERS 3J Oz Can 3 Cans 25c CHERR No 2 Cans Red Pitted 2 Cans 25c eans Jack Stf fsr Lb Can 4 Cans 19c 3 Ifo Complete Asst of XrnasW Nuts Xmas TreeSt 10 lb Cloth Bag TSDBSTS 8 0Zo can 5c AllGoo IE Qt Jar 35c 46 OZo Can Xmas Mix c VoL I 5 C
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
lo V Thjk PAlLAClfil FrtSa Dec 910 Litz STRfilGHTN pLilGE ID S II ADDED Flaming Frontiers COMEDY Wednesday Thursday Dec 1415 wr rG PRO00CTOH EXTRA Captain Kids Cartoon Historical Mystery lf 11 SunMon Dec 1112 ADDED UNUSAL OCCUPATIONS Grantland Rice Sportlight Tues Only Dec 13 OLENDA FARRELL Barton Mane IN Torchy Gets Her Mae SS5jS
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
r 4r 31jl 5CZllZZ3BC = D X V t Ghri tma Let us doctor up that old car so you can enjoy a Holiday Trip We Specialize In All CAR AILMENTS We Guarantee To PLEASE You Wreck Em We Fix Em Back Door Of John Deere Bldg use E l Worlds Most Modern Tractor llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 0 n 9 9 Has enclosed cab ra < j dio electric horn head < S > lights self starter i Brakes Clutch are v > 4 > > foot operated ON DISPLAY Tues Dec 13th < < W S NEWELL 66 1 LBERT BEHNSON 1 FOR ss Overhauling 1 Radiator Repair Generator Repair Lathe Work WELDING Toytowm Sale Starts Fri Dec 9th Lasts 8 Days Through Sat Dec 17th Ask About Our LayAwayPlan Whereby You Can Purchase With A Small Deposit GIFTS FOR ALL CLIFTONS Watch For Toytown Circulars ag NSON GARAGE I Kin gin a 5i g S l iliyilllHlHllllllllIillHUIlttllilllllilllllllimif K
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 9 December 1938
r TAKE YOUR 1937 NICKELS TO THE BANK They re Worth Our apologies to the lady who brought us fifteen And to the many who telephoned J jXm f 7T 7t T t t tt 7 4 > Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted 28 Years Practice in the Panhandle Dr H B Spiller < OPTOMETRIST 4X > < Room 16 Above Best Way Store < > Y CHRISTMAS PHDTDGRflPHS What a lovely giftand such 1 a splendid likeness jgj How thoughtful to send anything so nice j c BORN Dont Delay Do it Today THIS SIZE AD FOR ONLY Sh2 M M t t It T T 772 of YOUR circulars delivered all overtown and 228 MAILED to the farms and ranches for only ICIS Gity Delivery 1 Ui Rurai Mailing 1 T 4 t T i Vp < j 3 i
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 16 December 1938
I IV > It v < I m I Vol I > j ir v Mrs Tom Hutton being the first to find the misspelled words last week was the winner of the dollar Eddie Abraham twotime winner of the cash prize suc- ceeded only in coming in a poor second Mrs Willace Flewelling arid Mrs Jack Lawrence were the winners of the two re- maining tickets to the Palace Theatre The Canadian Advertiser will always be distributed free to the people in Cana- dians trade territory Only the cooper- ation of the merchants of Canadian particularly the grocers make this paper possible You dont have to go to a larger city or get out the mail order catalogue to find what you want You can find it right here in Canadian Christmas Let us doctor up that old car so you can en- joy a Holiday Trip We Specialize In All CARJILMENTS We Guarantee To PLEASE You WreckEm We FixEm rlillTYSE fcWl PoorOf John < Deere TCldg FRIlAYECEMBEiW6 1038 METHODIST CHURCH Make life more meaningful by hearing sermons where the unchangeable gospel is...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 16 December 1938
Mr Othello Miller I THE CANADlitfJpVERTIsfel Canadian Texas < gj OTHELL < 3jfolLLER Editor Publwher ADVERTISING 3 f Published Every Friday Deliveredfree by carriers to every home infanadian Texas and sent by mail to every farm and ranch in- Can ians trade territory Circu- lation on thousand over 225 more thkfc the total circulation of any otmf adsheet or newspaper pub- lished in Hemphill County TO NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR CAR CLEANED FOR THE H Oil DAYS Washing Greasing Vacuum Cleaning HAPPY HOLIDAYS Your Milage Merchants JERRY PERRY SUGAR Shortening Sweet Corn FINE SELECTION oFxRtes Gifts k PSJ1 > I I mm I lorence Table Top Gas Range 9 avin s HARDWARE Pinto Beans Mince Meat 9 oz pkg Raisins Seedless Pears No 212 Brimful in Syrup Apricots No 212 Brimfull in Syrup Peaches No 212 Brimfull in Syrup Pork Beans Van Camps SWEET ONIONS BULK PITTED DATES SHELLED PECAN HALVES V I r L < Vi T 5 See J f > I Phone 85 OEMH GARAGE 3rd Kingman 10 lb CLOTH BAG SWIFTS JEWELL 4 lb Ca...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 16 December 1938
if < k Flower Show SATURDAY Celebrating Thirteen Years of Continuous Business in CANADIAN Hours 9 to 12 1 to 6 A GIFT for fhe first 25 Adults who re- gister a flower for each person Our Flowers Plants Christ- mas Wreaths Centerpieces are worth seeing EVERYBODY WELCOME CANADIAN Floral Co Sonq Sp tqled k Bo L Mm f v i V fo mtoi THEATRE CANADIAN Sun Mon 1819 WARNER BROS MEStNtS ERR0L FLYNN BETTE DAVIS uj uohox > tfm M A t tout iisA a < it i > > citr r A Complete Line of GIFTS Such famous names as Yardley Toiletries Cara Nome Toiletries SHEAFFER PENS Kings Candy Whitmans Candy SEE OUR DISPLAYS WINDOWS BADERS PHARMACY BAKED FRESH TODAY White Layer Cakes each 15 25c Angel Food Cakes each 25c Delicous Fruit Cakes lb 25c to 100 Cake Doughnuts baked daily doz 20c MEAT DEPT Fancy Young Baking Hens lb 22c Fresh Ground Hamburger 2 lbs 25c Pure Pork Sausage own make lb 20c Moist Mince Meat lb 20c Xmas Poultry We will have a nice assortment of turkeys hens STUDERS MARKET BAKERY PAL...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 16 December 1938
k p Johnson Oroc 8 Mkt fe < f > A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE i < m HIF ft ugar Apples WINESJIPS OR DELICIOUS Langerines 2 Oranges Cranberry Sauce 2 cans Cherries ID ID 45c 25c 19c 23c 49c T5 < < DEG47 W gyONE 7 V Large Assortment CANDY NUTS Fresh Fruits Cracker Jack Cocoanuts AH at bargain prices GAIN II OUR MARKET RE BIG YOU BUFFALO MEAT Steak 2 lb 45c Roast lb 12 to 17 HENS Fat Buff Orp Lb 15c Dressed to Order 15 Extra One Chance on a Big Doll WITH EACH PURCHASE OF 1 LB w CARROTS RADISHES LETTUCE 2 for 9c Peaches Pears Apricots No 10 Can 39c HEARS VI CAMPS 05 Tomatoes NO 2 CAN 6c Vienna Sausage Potted Meat large Cans Green Beans 2 lbs 25c growss sMar 3 j j9 tii jmihihmii amihi na n m a w ± Annul J Standard Quality No 2 3 for 25c kU t CJ c Coffee FOLGERS lb 25c Spuds Red 1 Lib 19 SoVp IS Ie 18 is MfBWRft Padkards Flour POP CORN GIANT YELLOW JUL < T H Canadians Best 48 lb 129 hUmi j ftS ft Rinso Magic or txyol Giant Size 59c 1 il il4S
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 16 December 1938
tt < v ftiir 17 I J I J hi i J rXrrfcik test W f 4 i Vf f ay Store CANADIAN TEXAS Pint Bottle Grape Juice Qiart Bottle Pork Beans lack Spratt No 1 cans PRESERVES D M ID 5 Russetts Potatoes LB neat Biscuits KELLBGGS 2 Sun Brite Cleanser 2 cans Cocoa LIBERTY 2 lb CAN CORN SHOE PEG 12 2 for Fruit Salad 10 Corned Beef 12 OZ iW 1 IU V Pears Peaches Apricots i 10 CANS 39 i6iV JAVW f > FRIDAY SATURDAY Pan Cake Flour Honey Dove 3 lb 10c Sugar 10 lb Cloth Bag 45c Nothing Else to Buy Peanut Butter Full Qt Jar 25c BEANS Chuck Wagon Mexican Style 3 Cans 20c PINEAPPLE Vita Pine Sliced 2 Z cans 27c COFFEE SCHILLINGS 2 pound Can 47c HONEY Colorado 10 Can A < 95c 15c 25c 4 for 19c Asst Flavors SPINACH DEPENDABLE H 212 CHS 3 10 lb Mesh Bag 1 25 23c 49 19 9c 15 19 i k H Winesaps Bu 100 it Pinto Beans New Crop Cwt 489 Crackers Salty Flakes 2 Lb Box 10c APPLE BUTTER QT JAR 15c PEACHES Emu NO 2 12 CAN 15c OYSTERS Cove 11 Oz Can 2 CANS I9c ORANGES Calif Navels Small Size DOZ 9c MEAT CURE Figaro ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 16 December 1938
T V 1 SAT DEC 17 K < B BUY Our Christmas Mixed Hard Candies are 70 Sugar and are guaranteed absolutely PURE Buy the best so your children t can safely cat it The Best is cheap this year Xmas Candy 1 Lb Pkg Asst 9 Both tor Xmas Nuts 1 Lb Pkg Asst 3C Mararhinn fk arrive 3 ozBTLL 10c araciuno inernes m g 23C OLIVES Del Monte Ripe tall can 15c KETCHUP Heinz Large Btle 19c Barbecue Sauce LITTLE PIE JAR e 15c Paint The Jar 3 Little Pigs Pinto Beans EASY COOKERS 5 lb CELLO BAG 29c F Santa Claus Potato Chips 2 5 bags 5c Prunes K 3 lb 19c E 4 LB 44 IT 00Z 28 Acorn Squash I LBS 15c FILLED FINEASTCANDY 5c Matra Meal One Package FREEVithTpackage pkg 25 Soups asst Campbells heinz 3 cans 25 CELLO BAG LB 25 APPLE CIDER QT CONTAINER 11 Lard PURE lb 12c Sausage lb Bags 23c CHILI LB BLACKS 1 Some GLACE FRUITS In Stock Ample Supply of APPLES ORANGES NUTS CHESTNUTS CANDY SGOTT GROCERY Phone 4 V ty f < LJ Vk Free Dai Plenty Parking Space > f Delivery Next Door jto TOne Fair Canadian Texas fWi &...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Advertiser — 23 December 1938
14 > kt h if ii t Si t v ij lj he Canadian Advertiser Famous Anthem in Handbill Form Francis Scotl Key had the words of his song The Star Spangled Ban- ner printed in handbill form in the office of the Baltimore Amer- ican and they were distributed a few days after the song was written Before the British fleet had even left the Chesapeake it was sung on the stage of the famous Hollidav Street theater and taken up through the nation with intense pagprness John Bunyan Saying Wherefore take heed of being painted fire wherein is no warmth and painted flowers which retain no smell and of being painted trees whereon is no fruit Whoso boast eth himself of a false gift is like clouds and wind without rain John Bunvan Illinois Revolted Too It was not only in the original 13 states that the ideas of liberty on which resistance was to be founded took root In the year 1771 the Il- linois French sent a delegation ot two French merchants all the way to New York city and the head ot the then Br...