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KODAKS 'AND BROWNIES '
No. 0 Brownie Camera .$3.00
No. 2 Brownie Camera ..... 9.SO
No. 2 A Brownie Camera .... 8.80 .
Folding Autographic '.' ., , X.
Brownies. .. ... 9(1.00 to $13.00
Kodaks .... ... .$8.00 to 927.00
Kodak Albums, Carrying Case
and Developing Outfits. ' y
Watetman Weal Foun
tain Pens .... 93.50 up
and gold filled
65c to 99 00
. : '. CHINESE BASKETS ..---i.
Well made and beautl. .
fully ornamented , . .73c to 92.50 '
We can supply round boxes of
Whitman's chocolates to fill these.
' , . WHITMAN'S CHpCOIiATES
Leather and Mahogany. -
Jewel cases, - decor-; .
' . ated boxes, Chinese'
."baskets filled- with'.
. .Whitman's 93.00 to 912.00 J.
Regular Packages of .Wh'n, " f .
.'. man's chocolates V4 lb'. to(!
S Jflr. priced .v..;. . .7So to $8.00 ,'
'Large assortment of Bulk :can-'.
dies at lowest prices. ,
ties i ,
newpies . . .
DOLLS ; - -7. V
.Genuine Sleeping beau-. '
. ... .Wc to 93.00
.-. . . , .23c to 91.00
iV.r. 9 LOO to 93.00
Box Paper . . .8Bc to $8.75
' Toilet Sets . r . .".$9.00 to 918.00
Manlcufe Sets v. . ,92.00 to 910.00
' Pathe Phono- ' ; :; - v 1 O ,';
'graphs..... .;. ..963 00 to 9183.00
, .' ) ' . - easy term r,
Sapphire and Steel needle Records,
'i ,'," " 'v r .
the latest .,,. ;.... .85c
Special Xnias Boxes of High
- grada cigars 5 to 2 cigars s ;
lrt box . ; . . ' . . 50c to $8.50 '
Pipes ..... . , , i . .23c to 9J.o6 "
J S Cigar and Cigarette fiolders and .
cases, all prices. , . J,., i ,
, Shaving Sets and Safety Razors.
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BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY V -
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ItEI'ORT EGG LAYING PROJECT FOIt NOVEMBER
The roport for the Winter Egg Laying Project In Ohio County, for
the month of November, 1921, Is as follows: , v
Group 1 (unilrr 50 hens)
Owner . ' Breed ' Av. No,
1 .Mrs. S. T. nhoacls Rhode Island Reds ..46
Heaver Dam, 1.
2 Mm. W. II. Rhouils White Wyandottes
3 Mrs. P. D. Tweddcll White Leghorns .
Hartford. H. 4.
inni '1 (30. to 109 lions)
1 Mrs. Ola Wilson Rhode Island Reds
2 Mrs. J. S. Hughes White Plymouth Rocks .60
Olaton, R. 1.
3 Mrs. J. It. Wilson White Plymouth Rocks 130
Olaton. R. 1.
. ' Reiior4 by Rnnvls, pivlu!? position and average number of eggs per
..lien for November: . . i
1st. Rhode Island "Reds ......4.89
2nd. White Plymouth Rocks ...4.21
3rd. White Wyandottes . . 2.74
4th' Mixed Hreeds , 2.63
5th. White Leghorns-.... ..A . . . - . . , 1.88
6tb. Barred Plymouth Rocks 1.26
These figures were obtained from the reports of 29 poultry women
-who nr- keeping dally records of their flocks.
County Agricultural Agent.
Deo. 18 Rev. M. G. Snell filled
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAl'S
Dear Santa Claus: As Christmas
"hit regular appointment at this Is drawing near, we thought we
plate Saturday night and Sunday. jwould write and tell you we have a
Mrs. Booker Richeaon, who has little sister four months old.
been ill for some time, is gradually Thought maybe you didn't know it
growing weaker. jand she would be disappointed If
'Mr. Joe Snell has moved from his she found her stocking empty Christ-
farm below Hartford to this com- mas-morning. . . '
munity. . f I We are real good children. Annie
Mrs. Minnie Arbuckle and little Catherine wants a doll that will go
son, Robert Martin, are visiting rel-'to sleep, and I want a gun and some
atives In Hartford.
soldiers to shoot at, and anything
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Burton and else you have in your stock for a
son, Kenneth, visited relatives at good little boy and girl. And please
Red Hill, recently. don't forget my Sunday School
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Finley have teacher. Miss Martha Rhoads, and
returned from an extended visit with don't forget. Miss Winnie Wilson,
relatives at Fordsvllle. jshe Is my school teacher and she is
Mr. Wayne Rock, of Hartford, 'a real good little girl, so bring her
and brother, Otl.s, of Cool Springs, a great big basket of fruits,
visited their mother, Mrs. Luther Don't forget grandma and grand
Rock, recently. pa. They love to be remembered.
Master Kenneth Burton has pur- n0pe I haven't taken up to much of
chased a like colt. y0Ur tlnie. Goo1 bve- We are g0"
J. J. Toms is on the sick list. lllg t0 look for you Saturday night.
"Mr. James Patton, who has been Hope you won't take cold that night,
confined to his room is able to be Lovingly yours, ;
Mr, Jamc-s Allen lost a nice horse
Farmers in this community are
about done stripping and delivering
tobacco and are now raising a win
ter crop around the fire.
ANNIE CATHERINE, end CALD
I WELL BARNES. '
FORDSVILLE WINS '
The fast West Louisville basket
ball team, which has. In nearly ev
ery game this year, run rough shod
over its opponents, was held to
16 to 16 tie by the Fordsvllle High
School team Thursday, Dec. 8, In
the hardest fought contest seen on
To Our Patrons and Customer Who
Are Indebted to Us:
PIa&hh mil nuil ftHttla vour AC-
counts on or before Jan. 10th 1922. the fordsvllle court this year
' There will be some changes made In
w our business at that time.. There
1 fore, it Is necessary that all the old
business be settled
J. Rlney. center on the West Lou
isville team, who has heretofore
been the star of the game with his
spectacular goal , shooting, was held
Many thanks for past favor, and to tw0 fleU1 oaU by H' rord the
, .business you hav. given us. 0"""' ,r, ' . .
V , , Your, respectfully. ThU wa a oa A
1 DEXTER VINCENT, .throughout, neither team playing a
51-21 Centertown. Ky. ub,t,tute-
Bargains in Blankets
Very Best O. D. $3.00
Central City, iCy.
Luggage Is Oneof -ffie$id'''of
Most people need new luggage, too,
for prices haye; been high. ; It is re
markable to note the decrease in lug
gage prices since last Christmas. The
materials and workmanship" which
enter into this luggage are of the high
est grade possible at the price. It is'
nice to-give gifts that one would like
to have oneself.
HartrnaL's3 ply vulcanized fiber Wardrobe Trunk, value $110.00, Holiday price, $88.00
Hartmau's Wardiobe Trunk, regular $85.00 value, Holiday price....................' .68,00
Hartmau's Wardrobe Trunk, regular $75.00 value, Holiday price 60.00
; Murphy's Wardrobe. Truuk, reguTar I60.C0 value, Holiday price 48.00
Mendel's Wardrobe Trunk, regular $45.00 value, Holiday price 36.00
Roger's Wardrobe Trunk, regular 37.50 value, Holiday price ..... 30,00
Seward's Wardrobe Trunk, regular $32.50 value, Holiday price 22.50
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Dresser Truuks in all colors, 3 -ply fiber, brass lock, in Cretonne. Linen' Linings, 34 in. to
, ' 38 in. sizes, at the following lo prices every trunk guaranteed to be marked
v- ; way below the market price for .the Holidays only: - ;
,$35.00, $27.50. $25.00', $22 50, $18.00, $16.50, f 15,00, $12,50, $10,00, f8.00. 6.50. " - .
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The largest selection of Hand Bags aiid Suit Cases, Week end Cases, Hat Boxes, and
fitted bags in walrus, cowhide aud pigskin, all made by the famous M. C. Lilley,C6.
' The following prices for the Holidays only: v . . v
Suit Cases $25.00, $22.50, $18,00,tl5.Gb. $12.50, $10.00, $7.50, $5.00$2,50,. $1.50.
Haud BagJ$35.00, $25.00, $20.00, $18 00, $15.00, $12.50, $7.50v$3.50, $1.25.
Week Eud Cases $37.50, $27.50, $25.00. $20.00, $18,00, $15.00, $12.50. v
. Hat Boxes $18.50, $16.50, $12,50, $10.00. - v . K- ' . ."
Count the Anderson Company among those who wish you
A Merry Christmas and a Prosperous
and Happy New Year .
S.W.' ANDERSON GO.
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, ' - Incorporated .
-OWENSBORO, Where-Courtesy Reisns. KENTUCKY