Image from page 485 of “Canadian grocer January-March 1918” (1918)
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Title: Canadian grocer January-March 1918
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. -
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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[■xmaoodcicia Q This coupon will H □ connect you with the ■| Checkerboard Calf Club £ Si With trip nhipit. nf incrpaaincr tVio Aliioe «— ■ D ■D■ ■ ■ y ■ D ■P ■ y D ■GHDHnHDHDHDBDanaEnDBn With the object of increasing the Alliesmeat supplies this club is offering valu-able prizes to boys and girls in ruralcommunities for the best calf fed on Purina Calf Chow the great calf-raising food.We are telling the public about the clubthrough forceful consumer advertisingand good grocers everywhere are cash-ing in on the increasing demand forPurina. You can do the same. Sign,clip and mail this couponnow. Lively selling andgood profits willresult S y S y THE CHISHOLMMILLING CO. LimitedTORONTO y y xy ^ y y .-vc y ** & & JF ^>6 4* ■& sN D■ ■ ■D■ ■D■ ■D■□■D 18 CANADIAN GROCER February 38, 1918.
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OXFORD cLlIE Show Keens in your displays—keepit where the housewife will see it. She knows Keens and just needs tobe reminded that you are selling it. Magor, Son and Company, Limited 191 St. Paul St. West, MONTREAL 30 Church Street, TORONTO AGENTS FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA Keens Oxford Blue is always aseller and every sale gives you agood margin. Keep well stocked. FISH FOR LENT SALTED LAKE HERRING Headless and Dressed60 fish to a pail, .85 30 fish to a pail, .10 BILL FISH Headless and Dressed, 20 pound pails, .40 SPECIALLY PUT UP IN FAMILY SIZENO WASTE NO HANDLING Also full line of Frozen, Salted and Smoked Sea and Lake Fish J. BOWMAN & CO. WHOLESALE 66 JARVIS ST. TORONTO, ONT. Canadian Grocer Vol. XXXII. TORONTO, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 No. 8 Consumers Assn. in the Limelight A Merchandizing Activity That Has Attracted Considerable Notice Receives SomeAttention From the Government—Some Discussion as to the Methods of Operation of This Concern Toronto, Feb. 20. (Special)—Th
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