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Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co.
WALNUT STREET (Incorporated) DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.
Largest Loose Leaf House South of Kentucky River. Main Floor 115x280 feet. Capacity 250,000 lbs a day. Unloading facilities for 50 wagons at a time. Comfortable stalls for 250 he
FREE INSURANCE. NO CHARGE FOR REJECTIONS. And the best AUCTIONEER in Kentucky. nnonaoie scans lor u n
H. C. BRIGHT, President.
ill open for sale of Tobacco abort November 20tk
Due notice will be given of the opening.
J We solicit your business and )
( promise you a square deal
ffim rlbyT ee
Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky.
Hag plenty of i;oom. All modern appliances and facilities
for handling tobacco. Railroad connection with the house.
Gets the highest price for tobacco. The Latest, Largest and
Best of Loose Leaf Warehouses.
Careful and courteous attention guaranteed. Come to see us.
MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH.
J. D. CLARK, Manager.
fSe.OO TO 1100.00 A MONTH
For your spar tlm Experience not ned
6. Want an metirm man In thl locality.
To latroduo. us to your frUnda, We pay
targaat cash ben.flta whaa lick, Injured,
e4 at death, for amallut coat. Free-In-Branca
ahd Caah-Bonua offer to flrat p
pMaaat from thU place. Write quick for
THE I-L-U 833. Covington. Ky.
FARM AND STOCK NEWS
For sale, about 100 head of bogs.
Henry Ridder, near Ottenheim. 85 3
Brindle cow, crop off right car,
came to my place Sept. 10 Owner can
get bor by paying for this notice and
her keep. Frank Adkins, Moreland3p
For Sale. 4,000 bushels of strip-
T W 1M
I S a.W
of the clock
REALIZE that every time the clock
ticks you are one second nearer that
ambition or misfortune. The best
friend you can have to help you is
money. Start a bank account here
today. Even a dollar will open one.
Listen to the clock tick again.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky.
w. l Mccarty, Pm.
. L PENNY, V. Pres.
M. I. SALIN, CasMsr.
J. S. RICE, V. Ptn.
J. 0. EADS. V-Prss.
R. P. MOWN, A.-Cash'r.
J. H. Baughman & Co.
Flour. Meal and Shipstuff
are dealers in Wheat, Corn, Hay
Straw, Salt, Portland Cement
and Coal. Prompt attention
and your moneys worth at
ped blue crass seed. Extra quality.
80 cents per buahel in 50 bushel lots
Must be taken this month. II. C.
Bright, Danville. Ky. 83-0.
For Snle at a Bargain. Or will
rent to good tobacco man, 137 acres
farm between Turnersville and Jum
bo; good buildings; fine water. Chns
T. Willson, R. 3. Stanford, Ky. 87-3
Several nice farms for rent or sale
in the McKinney section; running in
fire from iiO'to 200 acres. For fur
ther information apply to D. C. Sip
pie, McKinney, Ky. 88 3.
For Sale. House and two acres
of land, 4 1-2 miles from Stanford
on Huston ville pike, 5-room house;
pood barn and other outbuidings;
ever lasting sprinc on place; fruit
trees and fine garden. 0. E. Lutes.
For Sale. Fine mule jack. This
jack is in a class by himself as a
mule jack. You will have to see this
jack and his colts to appreciate him,
He must be sold by Nov. 15 as I will
leave for the south after that time.
Turner's colts have sold this season
at $130, in 1010 several sold at the
Brodhead fair for $125. B. B. King
Moreland, Kv. 83-5.
For Rent The farm ot 153 acre
belonging to the Murtiii heirs located
about two and a half miles from
Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike,
right on the river: good house on
premises, tobacco barn and other
buildings; cash rent. For further
information apply to Leonard Mar
tin, Crub Orchard. 8G-3p
Stock Hoas for Sale.
I will huve on sale at Xiinnelley's
stock yards, Stanford, Ky., Nov. 2,
15 or 20 good stock hogs. They
are, bound and nice. H. E. Robs,
Lexington, Ky. 88-ltp.
William Mutheny sold to IS. I).
Holtzcluw 30 105 pound hogs ut 7
21 cents. He disposed of ul&o to
J. II. Foster u good buiicli of heifer-,
nt 4 cents.
U. C. Arnold, the local btock buy
er bought a drove of 20 hogs from
John Stringer, at the bridge on the
Lancaster pike, und which weighed
up to uu average of 155 pounds
each. Mr. Arnold engaged them
s-ome time back ut iG a hundred.
J. D. Eads and Sons bought of
A. T. Nunnelley 10 100-pound hogs
ut G cents. George liunkin, of tho
southern end of the county, sold to
T. V Jones, the local stock dealer,
2li cuttle averaging 1,200 pounds, at
G 1-2 cents. R. C. Arnold bought
of Morgan Beuzley, 17 200 pound
hog at 0 1 4 cents. He also pur
chased of Geo. Russell 050 pound
cow for which he paid $ 3.30.
John L. Kennedy Hold to S.
oi unrrara, J. en.ven m iu. , , ,.,, ,u lmWw mo m K()V
. II. Hester sold to , H. Shanks vm)n. i;5,M le,lllMjllff nt onc 0'clock
n maro mule for 200. . p. M t10 I)rcmjSC!,f a louse nI1j
John Stringer sold to II. C. Arnold iglit ncro of land ut Turnersville,
20 liogs averaging 150 pounds, nt (I known in the Xcnl p'roperty. J. N.
cents. (.'ash, Adinr. Geo. Cash.
C. I Cecil, of IIojlc bought of J
Allen IMelen, of Mercer, 22 1,000 t, ,
pound ciililo ni 5 cents. " " """ ""' " t" l.iniitr
D. C. Tucker, of Boyle, bought nt " ' . . , , ' "?
Lancaster of T. II. Robinson u -10
pound cattle at 3 rents'.
Kennedy Bro., of Lincoln, sold
ut Lancaster Monday to different
parties 27 700-pound cattle ut 3 1!
to 4 12 cents.
J. C. Hays, of the Crab Orchard
section, disposed of to different
.Mountain ,n hunch of ewes nt $3 n
November 23, 1912
at 2 o'clock P. M.,
in Hustonville, Ky.
lordicr and Pence delivered to 0.
K. l.utos a car lnnd of fat hogs last
week, for which they got (1 3.4 cents
Tschniix llros have sold their
n-m. - -lii-mi- . -. t-naAtl T --.-.. .--, .
sit-nun. unniMii ui i uiiivitm , . . . . lt
parties nt Lancaster court, a bunch !'rm ""r C,ru, Orchard to J. 11.
f v ,-rAi t vi ,, rnn,i Munuiug. of Wiivnc count v for $8.-
f."l. Thompson, of Preacher- 00 Tllis i,ln,e is k,,ow,, us the nd balance in one and two 'years.
vine, boiu to (iiiiereiu parues a "' "? ........ given on aay or SSJe.
uuncu oi loupounu cniiic ni i-- uver m Uoylo l(. L. uvcrstrrct
eeuis nnu i caives in, ?u. so , ,. mar urn e cot o H. U. !.. J ..: r . V ."
T. B. Robinson, of Lancaster, sold Fox for W.50; lu Wliillmti-e and ".na " pucnilg ' OUt Hour second to none; and M a
to M. J. Fnrris, of Boyle, o 650 iixter u mixed lot of cnttle one Py,nK investment It is not a dead one when it comes to
steer nt 6 1-2 mid Bomc cows at making money.
3 to 1 cents. The Light plant is a new installation, consisting of a Wi-
Senntor it. L. Hubble sold to ley Generator, complete switchboard, and a storage bat-
Pence Bros, of Garrard Inst week, a tery and one of the latest wrinkles in electricity. IT IS
came' lUoSrpir JESS ,M0NEY NOW, and ha. only been in'oper.tion
Senator also disposed wf to Mat En..aD1 v ay, , . .
Klemnn, of the Hubble section, u "" purcnaser or this properly will get a bargain, re-
We will offer for sale at nubile auction, nnr Flmir Mill
and Electric plant, on the following terms: One-third cask
Date of poaseMKHi
This mill is equipped with the best machinery on the
pound feeders nt 3 l-' cents.
J. L. Bnuch. of the Hichlund sec
tiou, sold to different parties n
bunch of shonts at 4 1-2 cents.
J. It. Mount, of Gnrrnrd. reports
the sale of 500 barrels of com at
J. M. Creeelius of Garrard, dis
posed of a small bunch of 500 to
700 pound cnttle nt Luncnster court four i'r old mare mule for which garaieSS Ot the price, as it IS not often that property of the
at 4 i2 cents. he received $105. money-making type is placed on the market and sold to
L. P. Nu nu el ley, out on the Lan W. M. Brown, near Turnersville, the highest bidder
j i ii!. i i n ti .i i i.i. i it. i r ; -.. .
rubier PiKe. ut'iivcrcu 10 wiu. t'sv uuukui ol uuwuru .nanuing uu I hA iwiiAn tnr alliti ft .L.. l a aal .
nt Trnvlor's 50 barrols of com nt Wuvne Inst week, a bunch of eiri.t ' r ' SV0 ""M1 " ma.C Complete Settlement
S2.50 delivere.1. two vear ld cattlo nt 4 1.4 cents nlr U1" "'. W1' U,PP M?i Iherc being Several heiTS SJld
J. J I. Baughman bought from Rev. pounds with $8 off. They averaged
Jos. Bnllou a bunch of five steers, about UOO pounds to the head. Mr.
-They weighed a total of 5,200 lbs. Brown will probably ship these steers
and brought the popular preacher but lie is feeding n bunch of suckling
1-0.12 1-2 a bundled. ciilve- which will he about ri.e next
G. A. Suiuebrond. of Hubble, season. He luis 25 of them.
sold to A. P. Sloan a miile colt for t w..n .-v.,-,. .,- i..i......n..
jq-c.i c i i i ,1 . iaUer Lozatt, ot 1 urksville,
8.50. Snnnebnmd itlso sold to , ... . . ' c n a n
v:io i 1- r .i. ir..i.i.i. bought two veal calves of Dr. S. 0.
If 1IOU1I aiCAUIMICI VI lUU tlUUUlV .ni ns-a.i
.section. 5 brood sows for $37.50.
H. B. NoriMt
Lime & Cement
W. 0. Walker of thh place,
bought of J. K. Baughman, of the
West Lnd, a pair of 2-year-old mare
mules for 4425. He sold to Wil
liam Royston, of Garrard, a mule
colt for $102.
B. D. Holtzcluw ueiulied up last
week a bunch of 100 hog from J.
II. Hati'.-li ut $ a hundred. From J.
II. Woods Mr. Holtzcluw got 18 or
20 porkers at the nine ligure.
Harry Frje, of the lleilgevillc
section, deliveied 200 hariuU of
corn to Banks Hudson nt Danville
last week, form which lie received
$2.40 u barrel.
The home place of the late Dr.
William liny til Buckeye, in Gnrruid,
consisting of a house and about Kt
1-2 acres of cround, wns hold at
Commissioner's sale. Willie Ituv, f
Garrard, becominir the purchnser at
Sheriff II. G. Fox of Boyle, sold
to J. M. Ilankin, of the Hubble sec.
tion, thorty-three mules. . In the
hunch were twenty fie mare mules
and eight hoises. The uteiage sell
ing price of the colts was $70.50.
G. K. Lutes, of the Turnersville
section, bought of liu brother, John
Lutes, of Highland, a bunch of cows
nt from 2 to .'I cents. He nWn
bought of J. N. Cash 15 hogs weigh
ing 200 pounds nt G .'1-4. i
W. O. Walker, of this place sold
to C. Sowders, .if Garrard, n 2.year
old filly bv Carroll Preston, for
..250. Mr. Walker shipped to hd.
gnr Doty, the well known horseman,
of Madison, u promising .'Uvear.nld
by Preston which Mr. Dotv will work
for a month or so. The youngster
is very highly thought of by his
owner and trainer.
In the Paiksville section of Boyle
John S. Mitchell sold 211 200 pound
hogs to John W. Webb at 7 1-2 cts
per pound. John M. Helm, sold to
W. Kyle Harmon, a 2 year old horse
mule for $100. Plensunt Tucker
sold 1 Jersey cow to Joo W, Irvine
for ."MSO and bought of Mr. Irvine
10 ewes at $150. Eld. W. T. Mn
and sou, sold 27 GO pound shouts, to
Itobeit Knox luikitigtou at i cents
per pound, and one bull to John W.
Webb for $40.
Thurmun & Peters, of Sn-iug-field,
huve sold the!.- good yearling
stallion, Casey Jones, to G. L. Jones
of Hatcher, Cusey Jones wns bred
in the Show me State and bought by
Thurroan und Peters from H. A.
Greenwull, of Lakcnan, Mo., lust
spring. Casey Jones was sired by
Fos McDonald 300. Casey was
shown by Thdrman & Peters this
sonson winning several first and I
Kuds at $8 each one of J. G. Clem
for $10 two of W. I. Moore $17 for
the two, one from J. II. Brown fot
$10 one of Tom Clem for $7; n fancy
Jersey hejfer from J. Y. Iloskins
and sold two nice calves to James
Watts for $35. Jerry Hooper sold
a fnt now to Mr. It. ('. Martin of
Danville, for H .'t I cents per pound
und bought u milk cow of Sijuiiu
Fleece Owens for $35. John Seltsam
sold u mare mule colt to B. G. Fox
for $05. Mr. Fox bought of Pleas
ant Tucker, three mule colts ut $70
each, one horse mule colt of W. B.
Overstrect for (!().
J. C. Kern, the Pennsylvania
mule buyer was in Lincoln iiguin
last week, mid lounded up a bunch
of the hybrids, which hu bnys most
ly for u-e in the Pennsylvania mines
Il bought ii bunch of ten jenrlings
from J. Lee Murphy, of the Hedge
ville section, paying n cool $1,000
for the drove; from Kinnaird Bourne
rear Iinca-ter, he got u drove of
nine yeuilings ut $75 a head; from
John Spooimmore he got one year
ling, that cost him i-llO: and he
bought two horso colts at $05 each;
G. I. Giens sold him n pnir of two
year olds for $215; E. P. Woods
let him have a horso colt for $50
and S. J. Embry, Jr., sold him seven
yearlings at $108, u head.
most of them are located out of the state, and a complete
.....w..i V.H.UI u. niaue unm mis property is sold.
. .T2,e hifthest bidder will et this valuable property, as it will be
sold absolutely without by-bid or reserve.
This mill is surrounded by one of the best farming sections in
Kentucky, and produces wheat and corn sufficient to operate this
mill twelve months in the year.
Hustonville is a desirable place in which to live: Good citizens,
good schools, and everything to make it a desirable location for the
mill. Don't forget the date.
W. D. Nave and R. A. Lipps, Mgrs.
T. D. ENGLISH, AUCTIONEER.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FUR RAW FURS AND HIDES
WmI on Canlttlon. Writ lor prk
uu iwrujaMiMi id.
JOHN WHITE & COs L0UISVJLLE.KY.
I will ut my furm on Cedar Creek
three miles from Crab Orchurd und
sovcii from Stanford on turn pike
leading from Crab Orchurd leading
from Crab Orchuid to Stanford
will sell real estate and personal
property promptly at 10 o'clock on
SATUHDAV, NOV. 211, 1012
My fnrm contains 'JO acres of land
(I acres in whoat and remainder in
grass, C room dwelling with porch
never failing well at back porch, all
necessnry outbuildings including to.
bucco barn 32x00, also blacksmith
shop near church mid echool house
and good neighborhood. If this pluco
is not sold on that day will bo rent
ed on that day for the year of 1013
(o the highest bidder. The following
iersonal property to-wit: 3 heut
ing stoves, 2 coal and one wood, 1
range cook stove, 1 bedstead, safe
I two horse wagon, 1 huckboard
good as new, some 100 pound hogs,
100 shocks of fodder one good Jer
sey cow and lot of scrap iron and
other things too numerous to men
ttijn. Terms made known on day
The price paid, was of sale. Wi. A. BRENT, J. V. Chand.
Inter Tourist Fares
to destinations in the Soith and Southeast
Tickets on sale daily
Limit May 31st, 1913
Ask local agent for full information regarding
variable tour tickets.
Pullman sleeping car line will be established November 24th,
12:01 Knon I.v. SJ. I.oui Ar. A; 10 I M.
8:10 I'. M. I.v Louisville Ar. 0:30 A. M.
0:1.1 A. M. Ar. Chattanooga I.v. 9:4.r P. M.
11:10 A M Ar. Atlanta I.v. .r:10 P. jr.
8:20 1'. M. Ar. Jacksonville Lv. 7-AO A. M.
J. C. BEAM, AGPA.
St. Louis, Me.
Fresh Oysters next
Friday, direct from
T. D. NEWLAND,
opposite Court House
ler, Auct. 89 6.