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Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co.
WALNUT STREET (Incorporated) DANVILLE, KY.
I59JM0 pounds sold In two days this wrek with high averages. A few of our Lincoln county friends who made good averages on whole crop arc.
Daily AbcHob Sale of Loose Tobacco
S. P. Stephenson Lincoln county . 950 pounds $144.16 average $15.17 Hammond and Cox Lincoln county. 935 pounds $139.46 average $14.81
1495 pounds $20620 average $13.12 R. M. Biackerby, Lincoln county. 3350 pounds $49.84 average $14.35
North and Lay Lincoln county
Josiah Bishop Lincoln county ..1380 pounds $22625 average $16.30
S. M. Wilkinson, Lincoln county... 745 pounds $124.80 average $16.75
Geo. Shelby Lincoln county 2055 pounds $281.84 average $1322
R. M. Biackerby, Lincoln county. 3350 pounds
Jno. Alien, Lincoln county 630 pounds $119.46 average $18.97
uootie and messer, Lincoln county 1755 pounds $274.63 average $15.71
We solicit your business and
promise you a square deal
Brinq vour tobacco to the DANVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY on Walnut Street, and act the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. LARGEST LOOSE LEAF HOUSE south of the Kentucky river, and the BEST AUCTIONEER in the State.
H. C. BRIGHT, President. ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary and Treasurer.
FARM AND STOCK NEWS
Fur Snlc 7" neres of land thtec
miles from Crab Orchard. Price
.fo.50, inquire W. II. Mueller, Jeweler
For Sale. Tliirt-miRhlircd Hronze
turkeys. Mrs. W. F. Dishon, IL F.
U. Ho. 1. Phone 55-F 95-4.
For Sale. A lot of pure bred
brown Leghorn white Plymouth nnd
barred rock pullets nnd liens. Mrs.
II. It. Snuflcy, Stanford, Ky. . O.'i
Sam Mntheny Iwujrhl of A. H. Mu
llieny a yenilinj: mule for $li!i.
J. Frnnk Smith "wild to Hubert
Lay, n work mule for $1-10.
L. O. King sold t.) W. 1. Hi" ton,
on Onrrnrd a biineh of 'J,r JSO-imunil
JiotTi nt 7 cents.
IJ. D. Iloltzdnw has shipped to the
Gnclunntl market thw week three
car loads of hogs and cnttle. The
boRS cost him 5 1-1! to 0 3-4 cents
nnd the cows 2 to -1 cents.
Knclosed flad photo o( ho that wan cured o(
chotorm with your Bourbaa Hoc Cholera rn
ir, Thlt hoc wn almoit dMd tofor ntinc
Mn medicine, and then wn entlralr cured,
cs losa of .art. tall, etc. The hoe Is owned by
Mr. SkfleiKwlsf. ol Bowline Green. Ky. He
wtS be clad to rive you a testimonial, aad we
can ret several more It you want them.
JBNKIKS-SUBLETT DRUG CO..
Bowline Green. Ky.
Atk Your Druggist (or It.
Shunars & Tanner.
t'nttlo for the court day markets
heic Monday begun fuming in late
Saturday afternoon nnd by dnrk
there were about 400 quartered nt
Ntinnelley's big stock peim near the
depot. 1 layers were on band early
nnd those who came in after 0 '-
ovr ititiimu imfrliiiig I4IIUUI tut
pick and ehoiee of the Saturday
consignment had been taken up by
the out of t.iwn buyers.
A fair market prevailed, however
tlirnuslmut the day. Logan Thomp
son disposed of n bunch of feeders
to Hill, of Onrrnrd county, at 5 It-1
cents. Mitchell Taylor, of Doyle,
bomrht of J. D. Whitelmuse, of the
Miiiio cuiiiity, a hunch of 100 pound
cattle nt ." U-4 cents.
lto-e A- Littrcll, of Clark coun
ty, nnd Pee! Hnv, if Je-snrnim
ftolo n marcjt on the othors nnd by
early "candle light'' picked up good
bundle weigbimr nil the way from
400 t.) 700 pounds at pi ices ranging
from 4 to C cents.
(1. K. Lutes sold to James
AlcfVinnnck, of Casey county, a
bunch of steers nt fi cents. F. L.
Thompson sold to McWhorter, of
Onrrnrd, a lot of g.iod heifers nt
I 3-1 cents. They weighed 500 lbs.
ltankin nnd Son of Hubble, ship
ped to Odessndnle, Oa., last week a
carload of mules bokight hero ,nf
prices ransing n round $1."0. Reports
from the Southern market are not
very enl.mraging nnd shippers nrc
refraining from sending large con
J. K. nnd R. T. Bruce delivered
bogs weighing 280 pound at $18
to Pick flentry. of Boyle, 20 contract
bogs weighing 280 pounds ut .fS per
hundred. 2 to J. S. Bnughman weigh
ing 40." cadi ut $7.50, 1 to Dink Far
mer weighing f00 grounds nt 7 cents
the red listed stock.
Win. Mntheny, of the southern
part of the county, bought of dif
ferent putties' u hunch of stock
shunts ut 1-2 cents, and sold
to Peel Bros., of Jessamine, n go.id
lot of 700-pound beeves nt ." 1- Ic.
JI. I). Holtclaw, of the Walnut
Flat section, bought tif Latham &
Burton, of Pulaski, n drove of 20
700-pound steers nt ti cents.' Holtn
claw delivered to Clell Coleman, of
Mererr county, n Imncli of 000
I ti'niders at f cents.
Josiah Anderson, of the Preach
iirtvilltf section, sold to Liiwsoii &
Prown, the Oarranl traders a hunch
of 1 I boss, flint averaged 13S each.
They paid him six cents u pound
for tho porkers.
Jamcr. You ell. of the UVif Knd,
delivered to J. I). Whitchouse, the
BojIp county trader, n bunch of
.13 700 pound cattle average, for
which he recehed ;" 1-4 cents-. J. N.
Vunhaal: sold t.) Hatfield Bros., a
pair of jttuliug mules for $180.
Mrs. Broaddits, out on the Danville
pike, sold to J. A. Spoonumorc some
fat hogs at 0 1-2 cents.
Shade Wilder, ivho has ten acres
on Senator It. L llubble's farm, of
what is said to be the Illicit white
hurley tobacco grown in Kentucky
this season, refused a b.)iia fide
offer of l.l cents a pound for it here
Saturday. lie says he is holding it
nt 29 vents a pound. Tie believes
that lii, crop will weiuh close to
1 20,000 pounds. Experts, who saw
this tobacco early in the season,
predicted that it would make a mug
iiiliccnl crop and Mr. Wilder is said
to hne obtained as good results
with it as were expected. He is un-
1o.mi1J ria. yet whetllT lo whi it
privately or take it to the Danville
. or Lexington breaks.
W. P. Kincaid. the well known
local tobacco buyer, paid Harry I).
Frje, of the Iledgevillc section, 1H
cents u pound, for his crop, last
week. .Mr. Frye had about J'.OOO
pounds (i ft li0 weed, and had it m
nice sluic. lie will deliver it to
the buyer at the warehouse here.
It. ('. Arnoh the local stock deni
er. Imiight of II. B. Davis, two fat
cows weighing 2,000 pounds pnjing
.:i.G." for them: of J. B. Paxton an
800 pound cow at It 1 '-', of J. B.
Sears, (,uc weighing 87 pounds nt lie;
one of John (rtioch thnt weighed 1,
000 pounds, ut Ic; a Jersey of Mrs.
Craig (looch ut i?IO and one of F.
Myers weighing tlOtl pound at It 1-4
Black Leg Kills Calf.
Re Phillips, of the Walnut Flat
section, lost a calf last week from
black leg. The animal showed signs
of sickness late Thursday uftermion
nnd died in a few hours. Mr. Phil
lips upon investigation found that
the trouble was black leg, and im
mediately vacicnatcd all his other
cattle. A jenr tmo he lost a steer
iroin the same cause hut vaccination
prevented any further spread of the
mulady. Farmers and cattle dealers
.generally would do well to use every
precaution against the spread of this
contagious and dn.idly disease. Mr.
Phillips has no idea where or how
the calf became infected.
When you have a bilious attack
we Chamberlain's Tablets a trial.
They are excellent. For sole by Q.
Freak Ear or Corn
J. M. Gooch brought to this of
fice Saturday iiu car of corn Taied
on his fanu near Uosheu thnt is in
deed a freak of nnt inc. The car is
not of extra length, being only 10 1
inches, but the circumference is ex-1
t.ctly count to the length and there j
arc thve distinct sics of kernels
oil wic cm, ivuiK ii i lie upiieiiriiiicc
of IwiviiiL' hceu in its growing state
at least 2 separate cars and some
piessurc having brought thinn to
gether, it ctmsohilaled into one. The
cob is'not round, but is sound from
nil appearances and on different
pints ure to he found clusters of
iihiiut half u !o7cn kernels, each of
which are somewlmt separate from
the rcM. The freak wcishs 1 .1-4
pound", contains 20 tottr and is
very highly prued by Mr. (looch.
I lining decided to quit farming, I
will sell at the It. L. (lose fanu 2
miles from Dnmilln on Stanford
Tuesday. Dec. 17,
ut 10 o'clock sharp tlm following
irroiierty: .r good work mules, 1
brown marc, 2 sows and 4 pigs, 1
sou to fnriow in Jiiinmry, JO shoals
that weigh 7. or 80 pounds, Jersey
bull, :t calling heifer 0 good Jer
sey milk cows. All these but one
nrc of the Sidney Iunbnr stock so
well known in Lincoln and Boyle
counties. Some are duo to li
fresh in January. Three cultivators
1 good roller, 2 cutting harrows, 2
smoothing harrows, 1 one horse drill
.'I good turning plows, I rnke, 1 mow
ing inachiiie. II double shovels, L
two !iore wagon, 1 corn planter. 1
hay frame, plow gear, I phaeton,
Used but little, 1 buckboard, I hog
box, 1 No. 1 good turpouliii. Some
household furniture, including 1 onk
Hirfelnin lined refrigerator with
17o pounds of ice capacity, onk bed
room set, mulling, tallies, couch and
other things too numerous men
tion. TKU.MS: All sums under $10 ensli
"Hit that, tin ff months time, with
negotiable note at 0 per cent pay
able at Farmers' Bank. Danville,
J. S. KeKITTRICK.
Loose Leaf House at Lexington, Ky.
Has plenty of room. 11 modern appliuncua unci facilities
for handling tobacco. Railroad connection with the house.
Gots the highest price for tobacco The Latest;, Largest and
Beat of Looso Loaf Warehouses. "
Careful and courteous attention guaranteed. Como to oo us.
MARKET OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH.
J. D. CLARK, Manager.
WATCH AND WAIT !!
FOR THE BIG DISSOLUTION SALE
Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, K:
"w Mr. .Wearen Will Retire from the Business-A Bona-Fide Sale to Dissolve Partnership.
Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings-A Full Assortment-Wait Until
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! Q(I nnfl Ml Stock to Bo Thrown on tho Market at tho Morey of tho Public ! fH TUIC RATE THE CHANCE OF A
I SOU.UUU.UU AN OPPORTUNITY YOU SHOULD NOT MISS. Uli I tllO UA 1 1 LIFE TIME !
Thin unnouiifcment Ik worthy t vour ('miilfriition. lti leully worth your while to mnke mentnl note of, nnd tome hr to ee the nierihiinilUc. whether yon tue in inunediiite need iiRht n0w or not.
A niiei'lnl Snte of siuh utnihuul importuine (nt this linu. of year) require u little explanntion; un exphiniition with n elenr truthful rin'. Now, jiiht hotween we two: vee sut to mise money, not just n few dolluw, hut a
hi i i.t li.tmi.i. W'v vat to have it ill the next few diiyr. mid that without fail.
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Our stock W iinini'iiHC te roerfnnuaise, now iinu ui-in-iuiu im m ima in ...,..-.
Our stock w iinini'iiw! me merciiiuiuiB, no uuu ui-iumiuu " 4"" """" " - ,
We've fuleulated that ten days uf good helliiiR like meu-hundise ut these prices., ought to bell -.$10,000 will just ulioiit linn the triuk, nnd theiefore. we've made the price tempting euniiKh to nttiact your attention.
ITAD AXTT17I? We nsbure ench and every purchiiher mtisfnetion. We fruiiuuitoe every iranneut, every pi ice and cery stntenient here made, nnd we will take hack, exchange or refund money on nnr purcuaae un
(jUf OU AKAJN I Evl-i butifactory for any icason whatever durinj; this nule. Kvery urticle nnd frarment in the house murked in plain figure. ON'K l'KICK TO ALL.
hVT-XnPIofC Our store will be closed on FRIDAY, DEC. 13, to remark and ar
IXILI 1 lVHa range for the big sale to commence SATURDAY, DEC. 14th.
Ten Days Only. Opens at 9 o'clock a. m.
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Dirt Fail ti Ii Hin
Saturday, December 14
CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURNISHINCS
CUMMINS ic WEAREN, . STANFORD, KENTUCKY