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CQNLY DIG SHOW THIS YEAR!
BEAVER DAM, thSay' 27
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2Sth ANNUAL TOUR OF AMERICA'S
FCaSSST TENTED ORGANIZATION
Nmr before such a galaxy of Acrobats,
Riders, Equilibrists, Contortionists
Gymnasts, and Aerialists
SFCCULR.R. TRAIN 20 CLOWNS 20
an siarr or people . a cnr of canvas
POSITIVELY THE ONLY BIG SHOW
COMING THIS SEASON
NETIl DIVIDES NEVER DISAPPOINTS
FREE EXHIBITIONS oh Show Grounds at
1:00 and 7:00 P. M. '
IMbnncN 2:00 sod 8 KM) P. M.
rw ,. tint On Hotir Earlier -
HOORAY! THK RED WAGONS ARE COMIXG
HUGO KBOS, GREAT CONSOLIDATED SHOWS '
Will rsfaiiiM la Rearer Dam, Thursday April, 27th.
This announcement ia hailed with delight by the Juvenile element,
" -.sJe some of the "elder boys" are already looking about for their stray
tw-pJiews and nlecea. Taey are saying, they will probably have to go and
i?jbtj the child.-em te sea the animals. But deep down In their hearts they
' :mjw they would not visa the big show If there were not a small boy
urtK&in a thousand mites of Beaver Dam on show day.
Many new aad eevel features will be seen in this year's program
of tlte Oreat Hag Bros, Show. ' Foremost among these will be the Fly
tare Jordan, dating aad Intrepid aerialists; the Sllverton Trio, dancers on
.a i:ty double wire; tae Alnine Sisters, dainty and marvelous equilibrists;
peerless Patter, gyaaasts; the- Nelson, family acrobats and two-score
- "Kliaxuted Shetland aaafea. monkeys and dogs. The clown congress is a
Vrs one and ia leaded by Rrthur Berry, Andy Rice, Sam Lewis and
Mo. In the raeaagorie will be seen Tom Tom the largest elephant in
ijpJUvity. The big show travels abocrd its own special train of railroad
There will two performances, at 2 and 8 p. m., the doors open
iivj an hour earHeT to permit a concert of popular and operatic music by
CTrf. Fred Melrln aad his military band. A series of free exhibitions
vritl le givea an tae shaar grounds at I and T C. m.
VDJITDGED Of VSSOtTKD AfXND"
ULrvin Waaler, aga 1 jars, son of Auha RaiDh. whitesvllle. aire SI.
Vi- V. Wester, af Bockaort, was ; t0 Pearl westerfleld, Whitesvllle,
iunmxht to Hartford. Friday and- In 'age- t8.
aasd aaind aad araatea1 aeat to the
" Wwtflflra Hospital Car tka Insane at
v rtmlijiHvlle. Ha was caaveyed. to
izimmt inaUtatloa. Sataraay. His folks
vavr be has beea ia his preaeat eondl-
r: juua about a eioata.
J. H French, Beaver Dam, age
23, to Margaret Allen, Beaver Dam,
J. Leslie Hagerman, Louisville,
age 23, to Mattye Jane Bennett, Cen
tertown, age 19.
John Daere lMi. &el Ptows, . . . $15.00
Jhn Deere 13-ia. Steal Plows.. $16.00
John Deere H n. Cat Mowing Machines $56.80
.John Deere afaaaiw 8preader, Size B $130.00
-Waterloo Boy Tractor. John Deere $000.00
Tractor Plows 3 11 -ia. Bottom, John Deere, ........ $100.00
'Tractor Plowa 3 lt-ia. Bottom,. John Deere, u $100.00
Tractor DUe Piavs 34-ia. John. Deere, .... $100.00
Tractor Disc Harravs 49 16-in. John Deere, $ 05.00
arery S-aorse OalUrator, Late style, Riding . $ 83.00
drowa 3-aarse Kidiag Cultivator . $ 87.00
Kalrbank Morse Baglaes. IVi-horse Power
Qfalruaaks-llerse HagJaes, I-horse Power (
fPaJrbanks-Morso Bagtaes. (-horse Power
IKatrbanks-MoriM KaiUaiw, 10-borse Power
Prices oa appllcatiaa.
Kalrbaaks-Moraa Platform' Set! es, 600 lbs., 17JKJ
Kalrbanks-Morae rtairarm Scutes, 1000 lbs $ 10.85
The above arUxa are freight paid, subject to stock on bands
t time order is raorirad. It we should have- disposed of any Items
mentioned la this advertisement, we do not agree to furnish more
goods from taa factory at same price, but will name price promptly.
If you are UOeraslad In any of the above Items write us and
e will be glad ta gira you prompt Information further answering
iny guestloa yoa aif ask, concerning any particular Item.
FORDS VI LLE PLANING MILL CO.
Jake Wilson, Manager.
v " . FORDSVILLF, KV.
The quality of our Merchandise-
The fact that many of our lines of
merchandise are nationally adver
tised is your guarantee of quality,
value, dependability and uniformity.
To this guarantee of the manufact
urer is added our promise of satis
faction and and courteous adjust
ment whenever and difficulty arises.
Imported Grass Rugs
Nine splendid patterns to select
from, in blue, tan, green and brown.
A splendid bed room rug for spring.
In 9x12 slae
' The Square Yard
Five pretty patterns in 12 ft.
width. Best printed grade In Bla
bon's Red Seal Linoleum. All cork
top and, a burlap back.
The genuine Gold Sea Congoleum
Rugs selected from the best patterns
of their 1922 line. Just the rug for
your bedroom, dining room and
kitchen. All colors to select from. 1
All 9x12 site.
A rug that can be used In any
room in the house, sanitary and easy
to clean. Choice spring patterns se
lected from the wonderful Red Seal
(Blabon) line. There is none bet
ter. All 9x12 size.
A large variety of patterns In 180
warp cotton chain matting In pretty
carpet patterns. Easy to lay and
easy to clean. 3 ft wide.
Best 116 warp hemp chain mat
ting. All new fresh pretty patterns,
all colors. Just the floor tor spring '
and summer bed room.
The newest spring patterns In Bla
bon's Linoleum In the best printed
Linoleum, ( ft. wide.
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns. " KENTUCKY
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Black Hawke 2-Rowe
CWith the Edge Dropl
and no brush to get out of adjustment.
Will always please youe
Drops one grain and spaces accurately.
- , ' - , . -Hortford,