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* I'm blacking out whether I created this description or not; if I did, the name may have come from the Lucky Corner site. I'm suspecting in the Thirties that companies may have had their own markets to sell their own products. [[User:Thor2000|Thor2000]] 16:13, May 16, 2011 (UTC)
 
* I'm blacking out whether I created this description or not; if I did, the name may have come from the Lucky Corner site. I'm suspecting in the Thirties that companies may have had their own markets to sell their own products. [[User:Thor2000|Thor2000]] 16:13, May 16, 2011 (UTC)
 
* Theluckycorner says "the store Spanky hides in front of has advertisements for Hills Bros. Coffee and Morton Salt." Any grocery store will sell several different brands of coffee; I can't imagine a company having their own grocery store in these circumstances. The store might just as well be called the "Morton Salt Grocery." I still think it best to call this page "Hills Brothers Coffee" and leave the grocery store unnamed.
 
* Theluckycorner says "the store Spanky hides in front of has advertisements for Hills Bros. Coffee and Morton Salt." Any grocery store will sell several different brands of coffee; I can't imagine a company having their own grocery store in these circumstances. The store might just as well be called the "Morton Salt Grocery." I still think it best to call this page "Hills Brothers Coffee" and leave the grocery store unnamed.
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* I'd like to rewatch the short for something I missed or at least try to match the front to another market we've already identified. [[User:Thor2000|Thor2000]] 12:50, May 20, 2011 (UTC)

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I guess this is the market you mean, but the picture indicates that the grocery is unnamed, and only that it sells Hills Brothers Coffee. I suggest replacing or moving this page to "Hills Brothers Coffee." Rjh 03:54, May 15, 2011 (UTC)

  • I'm blacking out whether I created this description or not; if I did, the name may have come from the Lucky Corner site. I'm suspecting in the Thirties that companies may have had their own markets to sell their own products. Thor2000 16:13, May 16, 2011 (UTC)
  • Theluckycorner says "the store Spanky hides in front of has advertisements for Hills Bros. Coffee and Morton Salt." Any grocery store will sell several different brands of coffee; I can't imagine a company having their own grocery store in these circumstances. The store might just as well be called the "Morton Salt Grocery." I still think it best to call this page "Hills Brothers Coffee" and leave the grocery store unnamed.
  • I'd like to rewatch the short for something I missed or at least try to match the front to another market we've already identified. Thor2000 12:50, May 20, 2011 (UTC)
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