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Don May spent Sunday and Monday with friends at Deephole. We handle Blank Books of kinds, loose leaf ledg- ers, note books, journals, column books, order and receipt books, expense books; almost anything you need for your office, typew Mter supplys, inks, files, clips, pencil sharpeners, blank Deeds and Mortgages. We would like to hear from Daniels creek, Overdn HIcksvllle ngnln. no cotntnlialofitiopaf, Wrlia Uflay (or fiw s UMMsg tsgi* lop prlrr I la U . up at not leas than four public places ' lax a" winter.
• Misses Violet Roberts, Ivory Bur- chett and Thelma Bamett attended Sunday school at Dry Ridge Sunday. Jeir Oilliam of Christmas was a bus- iness visitor here Monday. John Nelson waa a business visitor in Catlettsburg Mtmday. He said all artivtlea of tha Aaiari- can army in l-«»Iln». M Mil wl Msl In* USABai SONS llilwlk'i for at least thirty days next before the day thereof in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the county and also by printed hand bills posted i .
We buy 810,000 worth every year of furs and hides and wool Is why we are on the Job. Eaton Crane & Pikes fine social correspondance stationary, fountain pens and fine stationary make nice Christmas pre sents.
We forfeit 860 ev- ery time we t MI to pay the prioe. We will have your calling cards, wedding invitations and your stationary engraved. in each vo Unc pr Mi Mt in the county' BIG BLAINE PROOUOl COMPANY and at the.