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"WATCH US GROW"
Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co.
WALNUT STREET (Incorporated) DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. .
I irMt Looie Leaf House South of Kentucky River. Main Floor 115x280 feet. Capacity 250,000 lbs a day. Unloading facilities for 50 wagon at a time. Comfortable stalls for 250 hersee.
Largest Loose pREE NSURANCt N0 CHARGE FOR REJECTIONS. And the best AUCTIONEER in Kentucky.
Will ipo. far sale if Tehcci Tkrsfcy, N.veufctr 21.
H. C. BRIGHT, President.
We solicit your business and
promise you a square deal
Calls you attention to the fact that we are over-stocked in
some lines, and they must move. Our misfortune
is your opportunity.
Reduction in Ladies' Coat Suits
To close our Millinery stock early in the season we offer a re
duction here that will surprise you. Come and be convinced.
Our stock is complete in every line for winter, in every de
partment. A full line of men's, ladies' and children's Rubbers. This
line is high class.
Ask to see the line of cut-rate shoes. This will entertain
YOURS FOR FAIR EXCHANGE,
Chas. Wheeler, Hustonville, Ky.
a bank account
makes the difference
TO Buy Your Own Farm
or slave for another man
from early morn till late at night
is the qiestiti yw' should aiswer rigk mw. A
baik acctwt makes tie difference. Start swing
today. We will kelp yti purchase the fan.
Come in and let us tell you HOW.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stamford, Ky.'
w. l. Mccarty, ptm.
. L. PENNY, V. Ptm.
M. SALIN, Cashier.
J. S. RICE, V. Prss.
J. 0. EADS. V-Prss.
R. P. MOWN, A.-Ca'r.
J. H. Baughman & Go.
Flour, Meal and Shipstuff
are dealers in Wheat, Corn,Hay
Straw, Salt, Portland Cement
and Coal. Prompt attention
andiyour money's worth at
FARM AND STOCK NEWS
J. Vot, near Goshen, hold to
n Garrard c.iunty party a two year
old filly for i:."i.
Dr. Hugh Kcid delivered to T. V.
Jones n bunch of 000 pound heifers
for which he received 4 1-4 cent.
Onvidson and Doty, the Lancaster
butchers bought 3 530 pound hogs
nl C l-'J ceiiti per pound.
Br. H. F. Tuylor, of Mintonville,
Ctaey County, ha bought out B. W.
Iioigh nt Kidd's Store, and hns rent
ed K. FI. Kidd's, fine farm.
C'onter Hrot., of upper flnrrard
shipped a ear load of mixed stock
from Point Leavel to V. It. Ctnw
ford at Cincinnati.
Thnrlow Jones shipped to the Cin
cinnati market Wednesday 3 car
loads of hogs, bought at from $(1 to
$0.83 on the hundred.
T. W. Jones shipped to Cincinnati
C. A. Arnold, of Garrard, bought
'J8 130 pound hogs from Loyd
Itotirnp at 0 1-- cents and a bunch
of 180 pound porkers from Phillip
Ilrotrn nt $7 er hundred.
Colonel Jack Chinn, of Woodford
county bought a fine combined mare
from a Lincoln trader while at the
Fox Hunters Meet nt Crob Orchard
J. II. linughmnn bought 13 head
of feeding yearling from Joe Car
tel, of the Walnut Flat section, for
8420 for the bunch. Mr. Hangh
mnn will put these steers out with
the mnny others he is carrying oer
Sam Sutton of Garrard, sold a
buckling mule colt to V. A. Lear for
$lo0. irgil Layton, of the nrac
county sold n mule colt to Denny
Hro-., for $102.50. Walter Fast
void a 5-year-old mule to Walter
Gro.v for $120,
this week a car load of 175 tumid
hogs which cost him fi 3 4 cents, lie Kd C. Gaines the Lancaster insur-
nlio shipped 2 loads of butcher stuff . auce man will hold his niinuat coni
for which be paid 3 to 4 1.- cents. jsldW a Lancaster next Monday,
The Danville tobacco warehouses court dav there. He will gie away
will both start their sales Thursday.
Tobacco is already being hauled in.
ltcports from Lexington arc that the
market is averaging around 10, 12
and 15 cents.
The Montgomery county fair ns
.sociation is adcrliin a colt stake
for the Mt. Sterling fair this year,
to be worth' $3,500, the first money
being fu'00 nnd the 20th prize $75.
This ought to draw the good nes.
W. G. Anderson, of Garrard sold
a bunch of heifer- to a Hoylo coun
ty trader at $25 per head and 5
head of 800 pound sleers to Mr.
Bottom nt $-1.50 per hundred. Ul
Price sold a 4-ear-oldy mule to D.
F. Rankin for -tl.'-O.
J. II. Bustle, of the Cedar Creek
section, sold a couple of two year
old steers to John Stephenson at a
nickel a pound. They -weighed
about 53,0 pounds each. Mr. Bustle
sold a suckling mare mule eolt to
Win. Duncan for 87.50.
S. J. Etubry, Jr., delivered to T.
W. Jones 52 hogs averaging 200 lbs
for which he recehed ( 3-4 cents.
Jones shipped them to the Cincinnati
maket along with a load t butcher
stuff which he bought at 3 to 3 1-2
cent-. lie ships nn average vf
four carloads per week to the city
markets nuil keeps the IWal stock
dealers busy supplying hiv demands.
Simon Weil, the export cattle deal
er, with headquarters at Lerington,
was here this week and bought of R.
T. Bruce for immediate delivery n
bunch of CO cattle for which he paid
cents. Thev weighed l,00l pounds.
Weil also bought 38 exporter from
I. II. Baughman, paying- ccns.
These cattle will wcih 1.3id lbs.
about foil in prizes. IVof. Roberts
of State University, will be the
Wearepayiis the highest
market price forTvkeys
Give us a call before yoi
H. B. Northcott
Sam End's delivered to T. W.
Jones a bunch of 150 pound hogs nt
0 1-4 cents.
Xenr Perryullo II, L. Ilroyles
bought of J. T. Watson oue 75 pound
steer at 5 1-2 cents jer pound; of
S. M. Rupley two 700 pound steers
O. D. Boone, of the southern part .at same price nnd of J. T. Lest
of the county, shipped n car load of
100 to 150 pound hogs to the Cincin
nati mnrgct which cost him 5 to 0
cents. lie bought of Ballard &
Thompson, of Preachersville, 7 cat
tie at $2.00 to $3.23.
J. D. Ends and Son delivered to
Sheriff W. L. McCnrty 50 barrels
xif corn nt $2.50. T. A. Brent sold
to W. D. Gooch 50 barrels of corn
nt .$2.50 ilrlhcred, W. It. Gaines, of
Walnut Hat, sold to B. D. Holt
elnw some butcher stuff at 4 l-2c
and some 100 pound bogs at o 1-2
D. M. Anderson, out on Rural
Rnute No. 4 delivered to Ike Shelby
the big bnjer, a drove of 43 bead of
1,000 pound cattle which were en
gaged Iiv Mr. Khelhv several month'
enrfiT. They went at from 4 3-1
to 5 cents a pound. Mr. Anderson
so'd to W. C. Shanks a couple of
Iwo-yeaT-oId mules, one a mare and
the other a horse, form $225.
Dick Seudder, of McKinney. who
i- probably doing n large, if not
larger Jirre business, as any other
of the big breeders in this -late, wa
nt the Thurmnn & IVters snJ, near
Springfield la-t week, and Imnuht a
number of fancy bred fillies and
mares. He bought the good blood
mare Maggie Me by Rex McDonald
and out of Rex Denmnrk man1, he
also bought n Rex Peavine filly, a
Rex McDonald filly, n Kentucky
Choice filly nnd a stud colt by Rex
Hilton. The bunch co-t him n total
eight 50 pound shoats for $20.
V. A. Ioar, of Lancaster, bought
100 head of swine from Walker
Brndsluiw, 511 porkers costing him
$8 er hundred and 41 hogs averag
ing 120 pounds and costing 7 1-2
It. I. Burton, of Garrard, has
bought 15 head of extra good mule
(oil- that cost bun an acrago price
of $05 per head and that he is feed
ing at bis fine farm formerly B. F.
Pnttun place, near Bryantsvillc. Mr.
Burton sold a car load of yearling
b briil- to Tennes-ee dealers at an
averace price of $125 wr head.
Col. J. P. Chandler, Lincoln's auc
tioneer, wn- up in the 't End
last week and conducted several
sales. He conducted the John New
ell sale and obtained good prices for
almost everything offered. Hor-es
brought from f75 to $102, mules
averaged $137, fnt hogs sold from
$Tl to $17, shoats at $2.50. Ike
Terry bought the saw mill for $350.
the farm was not offered, as the
owner- preferred to accept a pri
vate offer. Col. Chandler also sold
the house and eiaht acres of land
belonging to the e-tntc of the late
tlivirge Cash of Turnersville. The
place was bought by James Cash for
$1,530. The farm 'of T. A. Wilkin
son, colored nt Hustonville, was
withdrawn at ffiO an acre. Col.
('handier hns been greatly in demand
at sales recently and is having much
Micee-s with them,
November 23, 1912
at 2 o'clock P. M.,
in Hustonville, Ky.
We will offer for tale at public auction, our Flour Mill
and Electric plant, on the following terms: One-third cash
and balance in one and two years. Date of possession
given on day of sale.
This mill is equipped with the best machinery on the
market and is putting out flour second to none; and is a
paying investment It is not a dead one when it comes to
The Light plant is a new installation, consisting of a Wi
ley Generator, complete switchboard, and a storage bat
tery; and one of the latest wrinkles in electricity. IT IS
MAKING MONEY NOW, and has only been in operation
about 90 days.
The purchaser of this property will get a bargain, re
gardless of the price, as it is not often that property of the
money-making type is placed on the market and sold to
the highest bidder.
The reason for selling, is to make a complete settlement
of the D. M. Lipps estate, there being several heirs and
most of them are located out of the state, and a complete
settlement cannot be made until this property is sold.
The highest bidder will get 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.
Sell Your Tobacco at the
Perry ville Street, One Block from Queen & Crescent Depot
Phone No. 50
Opening Sale November 21, 1912, and sales daily
Capacity enlarged and every facility for the best
Col. C. C. Lucas, of North Carolina, will sell.
I. M. DUNN, President. JAMES SALLEE, Sec'y.
As Executor of W. H. Didderar, I will, m
Monday, November 25, 1912,
Beginning at about 1:30 P. M., at his late
residence in Rowland. Lincoln County, Ky.,
soil publicly, S brood mares, in foal ro jack;
i gelding, 2 years old, 3 weanling mulo
colts; 3 Jersey cows, 2 Jersey calves, 3-2 in
terest in well bred rraro, '5 years old, by
Bourbon Chief, colt at side by Rex Peavine,
bred to Kentucky Choice; also about 90 bar
rols of corn in crib, a lot of baled timothy; 1
buggy, 1 set of single and 1 set of double
harness; 10 shares of stock in State Bank &
Trust Co., &c, &c
Terms announced on day of sale.
J. F. DTJDDERA.R, Bxo'r.
T. D. NEWLAND,
opposite Court House
and get your winter stoves
Having decided to leave the conn.
t.v, I will offer ut public sale on
Wednesday, Nev. 27, 1912
Itesiniiinjj ut 10 o'clock nhiirp, the
following propei ty: 1 miw mill, I
mule, ft yeum old, 1 family hothe I
colt, f fut lings 0 hhoutu, 100 lbs
uveruge, corn drill, uprinjj wagon,
surrey, I log wagon, GO bushels of
Irish potatoes, lot of onions, li heat
iiifr Rtpves, cook tove, 3 kitchen
sales, sewing machine, 'J waul robes,
L' huieaiis, I extension tuble, II bed.
sleudx, with spring, 1 washing uia
chine, 50 barrelh corn, lot of chicks
wi and geese, all kinds of farming
implements and many other thing
too numerous 0 mention. Terms
given on day of sale.
6$ CrW, Cn.b Orchard, K. 1.