The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1934 Page: 4 of 8
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e* conduct of our business w 3 stress, good quality
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^mutual satisfaction in business transactions. -
as of the very greatest importance. Wn
Today — as for more than 50 years y
Price Quality—Beauty exhibited in this section makes shopping here most interesting—profitable
IT’S EASY TO SELF-SHOP FROM OUR OPEN COUNTERS IN. THIS SECTION—EVERY A. # j
ARTICLE IS IN VIEW—OUR LOW PRICES ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. ,
“CRina Wafr — Glsss Ware —Porcelain Enamelware i®)
—THERE’S ECONOMY IN EACH PRICE— y\ J/ mm*ff ^
THE OPEN DISPLAY IN THIS PRACTICAL .kT tL....... \
DEPARTMENT IS A JOY TO THE HOUSE AM||\ /A r 111
WIFE WHO REVELS IN HANDY KITCHEN |w
UTENSILS. rjf' ^
—NOTE THE MANY USEFUL ARTICLES ILLUS- -flf g
TRATED IN THE MARGIN OF THIS SHEET—AND- -—-7
THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF OTHER USEFUL AR- f 4VV 'll
TICLES JUST AS ATTRACTIVE—JUST AS ECO- I f |\ • I
NOMICAL TO BUY—AND USE. \ Jl
Imported—and from America’s Greatest Potteries,
■■■■■■ril 'Never before—ia all ear aer-
rhnndino haw wr .shown » more
complete line of tableware.
^ There’s the plain white ware from
HBEd which we are selling plain white
^^B plates at 9c each. —Cups and
Saucers at 10c, and on down the
We are showing complete sets of
beautiful decorated ware, priced
up from a 23-Piece Set at $2.50.
We carry in open stock three
beautiful from which you
ll-rSl«H| ^B^^BK^B may replace your broken pieces.
£ And you’ll find here odd single
jp\ pieces suitable for personal use.-
party favors or gifts. Karh piece
in this can be
our open tables. If undecided what
to buy, what to give, come and
■BBBBHBHBI^m do your self-shopping here.
Plain plates, decor-
ated plates, varied
patterns, priced ac-
“Buck ’em Cowboy” xja^x
BUT BE SURE YOU HAVE A GOOD SADDLE— V
r not—but we really have the good saddles prices at $25.00 to $65.00—We are
g a complete line of leather goods, including harness, collars, lines and straps
—cret the “Low Down” on Our Prices.’
Here’s a useful ar-
ticle. It Won’t hold
water but it .serves
Your Increasing Patronage Assures Us of Your Continued Confidence In Our Merchandising Policies and Our Prices
The National Cooker and Sealer
Pitchers galore,. in
glass, china, plain
and decorated. Your
choice ia our plea-
—The National Cooker is universally used, and accept-
ed as the best by the housewives of this section. The
National is accurate in heat control.—Simple and easy
to operate, easy to clean—uses little heat. Buy a Nation-
al now for your meats—You just can’t afford to not
have a cooker.
in we say You Can can ahd should can
Sets. See descrip-
tion and price on
NOW LESS THAI
yfar Itself out of ^
Increased Yields and
v /letter Market Prices'A
L~v Improves appearance
and value or thf farms
—have you felt more urgent need than today of controlling your farms
and pastures, with your present almost barren fields, you certainly need
to keep them in and keep them out and we are prepared to help you, by
supplying you with proper fence.
Get our low fall prices on Hog Fence, Cattle Fence, Poultry Fence, Bar-
Led Wire, miles and miles, Get our Low Down Prices by the Mile.
We Have a Fence For Every Need
Stock of Kitchen-
ware complete. See
description and oth-
er information on
"°“w While litht
from KEROSENE, rry
Mantle lamp El
DIXIE STOVES .
Set of these Mixing
Howls would add
much to your kitch-
MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SOUTHERN
iO Dig Featured
Lights Instantly.Ruiti * I
roninton kcrovi ne toon 11
oil). Ilurni 5# hour* tu|
the jfol. \iorc and bff
f+t llaht titan •"•nrdl-l
xrary litt,*.*. <,H<« r
Simplicity Itsalf. :
We are Carload buyers and selling agents for
this line of stoves. Late arrivals contain the
most modern features in construction. Back of
each stove is a pledge of long use with conti-
Range as illustrated here, with High Back and
Buffett Shelf-^-priced regular at------$37.50
From above low price a special and extremely
liberal cash discount will be allowed on this
stove—also on our entire Dixie Line during
our Fall Selling Campaign.
If at all interested in Stoves, Heaters or Cookers,
it will be greatly to your interest to see this
lino—and get our special Time-Limited Cash
HERE’S THE SIZE OF THIS STOVE
Weighs as illustrated, 457 pounds; Length of
Cooking Top with Resevoir, 46 Inches; Height
with closet, 5 Feet; 18 Inch Oven.—
$37.50—Less Extra Special Cash Discount.
Mo3cl LA DeLiixe
Long protective skirt completely a-
| round tub and mechanism. Gver-
[ sized wringer witn new hand rest
! and guard. Balloon wringer rolls, 1-
| See tlie complete line—ifave a dem-
onstration—get our easy term pay-
ments. 1 ■ i
Note the quality, the mechanism,
the terms—and the price $59.50
We also sell the Faultless with gaso-
V l'ne power for use where electric
power is not available.
Ulna Aladdin Table I.swnp, end or. joy ;}■.• Am,
(art. and delight.ol a liome lighted
l «at °1 all modem white light, lor aa IxttoJi
W-75—1 price *o low that no one can siloed ti
be without at leaat one a« a protection of thel
S"r,?xY?UamU/.e]f?*4?u “ >‘>u pr. let culot
thia NU-TVpe Aladdin l« ahonvuInMc in i-reei
or ambaf fteta CrviUl at $5 00. The* AlaXSn
BIQ BRICE REDUCTIONS
Our lttt tHr. Of AluMlin tuet’nte. TT.rietna, Brurkrt
Vw. .nd How XwniM .1 hl,t pi te. ri-duetlaiM uil li
* r.H.t, of n.w tOn unj (fnfiih..,. TK.r.', u A 1.4
da tat Uni •»ary m«1 •« ■ arte, to ault aaatr p**—
Just unothor. re-
minder ot* the val-
ues in our Dinner
It's safe to use
Double Cookers. —
You arc not penal-
ned for forgetting.
Less Liberal Cash Discount.
Ask Abm$t that Price.
It’s Pecan Thrashing Tim*. — Get your
Poles now—at this Low Prieo.
16 Feet Loot, Price_________* 10c
18 Feet Leo*, Price______ Ifc
28 Feet Long. Price —____S0e
*4 Feet Lone, Price----- 25c
Wo are Selling A rente, and tt
stock a foil assortment of the C
Gaeoline Lamps, Lanterns, ate.
find here Coleman Irona, Lamm
terns. Generators, Camp Stovea
Ilea and Repairs.. Use the Colb
year Country School* and Choi
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The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1934, newspaper, October 19, 1934; Comanche, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth889044/m1/4/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.