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THE INTERIOR JOUBHAL, 3TANF0HD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, DECEWiEW 24.
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A P. llannrd, President,
J. M Gentry, Vico President.
Luther Stivers, Salon 5fnnnccr
R. h. linker See. & Trcan.
. LexingtonTobacco Warehouse Co.
AUCTIONEERS :-J. C. Roberts, J.K. fiiubon. Karlv Bbiw. & Ilrotliora.
Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself
Sales Manager and Booster forthe followlnq houses:
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A. P. Imrnnrd, J. W. Rodes,
lidnil Pros., J. N. Gibbons.
I.uthcr Stivers & Pro.
linker & Scott.
J. 51". Gentry, K. B. Hawkins.
Floor space 3.000.000. Open tlav and niqht .,,.. . , .
Stable room 1 000 horses. Shed room for 1.000 loads of tobacco, no danqer of damaue.
Financial responsibility. Guaranteed sales every day
Best experienced tobacco men In Kentucky to advise you about tobacco.
Full competition of all the biiyino trade, ncludlno. manufacturers, dealers and exporters.
Haul your tohacco tus Uere vou have Individual attention to each basket by experienced
warehousemen and where you can better control the sale as to time and price.
BOTH 'PHONES 964
Lexington. Ivv., Dec. 21 1012.- Sales of tobarco on our mnikct this week w J.unr.iuo pounds
with a Ecjiornf average on the entire wile of $14.10. Sales on the market sinec the opening date.
Nov. 19th, is 5.030.U0 pounds, with n general avern- on the entire offerings of ?12,74 prices rang
ing from $4 to $01.
On- Wednesday of this week wo had the fliwt Rood tobacco season that has come since the
crop wns ready to move, which caused the receipts of tobacco for the latter part of this week to
heavy. Price., under heavier offerings, showed n stronger tendency, and cspeaiallv was this Hie
cftsc an good to fine tobaccos and more tobacco Pollin"- nb.we $20 than heretofore, which bears out
our prediction that good to fino tobnecos would sell for the lusher prices. Red tobaccos of all
grades sold better this week than at any time since the crop bosun to move with more competition
on this class of tobacco than has previously prevailed. Colory types of all clashes show a stronger
tendency and fully as Jiigh as at any time. ,...-., c ,
Suiaminr the market as a whole. i is certainly -ntisfaotory. and ju-tifies the selling of to-
Lacco as Tapidly as proper condition and handling will permit. ...
Snles adjourned on tho 20th day for the holidays resuming on Thursday, Jan. 2, 1913. All
of the warehouses belonging to this company will remain open during this time for the receiving nnd
unloading of tobacco for sale on Jan. 2nd. . ..
LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY.
Lap robes, horso blanket carri
age heaters, storm shields etc, at
J. C. McClary'a.
I bought harness at tho old price
beforo the ndrnueo nnd will givn rav
customers tho advantage- of priBc
Stock is complcto now. J. C. Mo
Nice young JHi'k for wilo. W. A.
Hotelier. R. F. I). 1, Moorelnnd.Ky.
For Snlc Thoroughbred Hronzo
turkeys. 5trs. W. V. Dtohon, R. F.
D. No. 1. Phono 88-F 05-4.
Win. Ilrown, of Turttcrnvillc ac
tion, bought of J. S. MoKlttriek u
Jeroy cow for $50.
Kstrny pray jennet came to my
place Deo. 2, Owner oan get name
hy pnyinp fur keep and this adver
tisement. 5L 51. iicirring-, 5forelnnd,
If. F. I). No. 1 00-3p.
Oorgc I.unoford, the local entile
buyer, purchased 15 head from va
rious purtict in tho wont end at
fom 3 to 4 ceutH n pound. He turii
d,thein oyer to T. W. Jones for
shipment to the city, nl n profit.
Fu oii'e. S.! homo nilsen hinck
fAced ewes, duo to btxrin lamb'mg
January 20th. A. W. Carpenter,
Hustomille, Ky. 100-tf.
For Sale. A car load of extra
pood timothy liny. Mr. F. P. Par
nette, Himtonvillc. 101-F4
For Sale. Big boned Poland
China hogs; n choice lot of extra
nico jilt3 nnd n few boar. Those
hops nro sired by "Illinois Pig Pone"
nnd out of an extrn largo dam. Can
pive papers on all. Hugh Roid,
Stanford, Ky. lOU-.i.
part'ies a bnnoh of li6TitVvigl.lnKflXUIE'S ESSENCE. El
exd SURETY BONDS
oO to GO pounds at ranging from
fi 1-4 to A 1-2. Goooh sold to Dr. J
G Ciirpcntor a I'tiUml Chum boar
P. W. GftiHox nnld t.) MoruHii
PcHiley a iwlr of 2 voar old mule
fw .I00. Tliov are as hnndmnnc
n mtr an can be found in Lincoln
T. A.-Htcnt bought from W. L.
Goooh lit week an oxtm flue jiwr
II bull itiir, f.ir which ho mid f'20.
Tlic vouHKiiteT ttclnhcd '100 p.mnrtu
ami .Mr. I! rent pinna to ne lilin with
P. P. lloltzelinv xhlppvd three
car IiwiIn of cattle, Ihh hiuI shcop
to the CtmiiniMti market early In
the week, lie wid It to Ao for the
cuttle,.) 1-Uto 0 1-2 for tho hog
and I or the aheep $U."0 i.t $.1.30 pel
W. C Floyd, of Ihc Went Kud (f
tho county mild to , P. Purtoii, ot
Garrard, a bunch if tlnro and four
oar old inaros at h fancy pnec.
Floyd brought them ttl Stanford,
whsrs he ss r.ot !y Pin Sou ..;..!
tunied them over to him.
T. W. done mhipped to Cincin
nati wrly in the week n car load of
hors and cnttle. The hogs were
bought ut ft 1-2 to 0 ccnta and the
cuttle at 3 to 4 1-1 vent. He sdup-
iH'd two loads later on mymC for
hogs S 1-2 to 0 J. 2 cents and for
the cuttle 3 1-2 to A l-2c.
R. C. Arnold, the local nlnck
trader, bought of J. WV. Pnughmnn
a bunch of 2. light hogx at 5 3- Ic
and a cow f..i $40, f N. W. Ramp
foii a bunch of ISO pouiuU porkers
pnjing 0c, of Dr. -Morn mime ISO
pound hops that cost him ." 1-2 ctt.
of Richard Hester a bunch of year
ling cattle at 4c, of J. , J'eck It
sheep pajing .3.b.S per head.
Arnold shipped movt of tbjs stuff
to tho Cincmnnti market Saturday
Nitura'i law are perfect, but diea
Go ilmllit to nature lor the cur, to IM l
can lathom lor you, lake tne tarK ot i
atone, Oregon drape root,queen'i root,bl(
tine, non-alcoholic extract ot tliem with i
Itoctor Ilcrcc' CSoldeMl
It took Dr. I'ltrce, with the attiitanee
hard work exnerlmrotlnl to make thi pui
tl lr are wuwlii mm tfcrt
ifrj free, tta tri fl.AiaiiRli
mi jlolilcn ea4. in a tin r Mhwif
rkHt proportion utdyWMtU
two (earned chrmtiti. ellhf reari of
pun) Mreeflo attract and alterative of thi
Irettett cITicicAcy and without the uo ol acparttete of alcohol.
Jmt tne tort owewMf )ou nwu to matte rien, rcu
Mood, and cure that Miihfcle and (eellnd of nerve cxhauitfon.
Dr. I'lerce'a GoMen Medical Dlicovcfr bcara the atamp oC
I'uauo ArraovAt and haa told more larlely In the patt forty
yeara than any other Mod-puftfier and itoroach tonic.
"Ron time aao I ct out of htlh-mr itomath imwl to h the
t of the trwiM," writrt Ma. Hut. William of IMInllle. Kn.
1 rommmrnt to ilortur wlOi nil tha doc tort at hem u wall at Willi
nthor e tfllUU on itmatK tl dtantir organ. Non iwitwl to do
anjr roml-ln t. mot at Im
in Ir. I'lmt. ItufTm. Ni T. m
ttldntwlth lndlrratlaniul rofuttiwtlan, and ad
Mollml IMMxnrrry and - I'Mmiil lllrti.'
"Tha ' IXwarory ami ivilrt, Kara put ma en my tt aam"
Dr. Plirca'm PUmttnt Pmllnt firm tor llrpr Hl$.
Ftftallr. I rota
mho rvollnl. tatlna' Out I hm
it llrvr com
nl Dr. Irra'a Ooldcn
E. WlLLUMa, EaKQ.
in . - - I
j. n. oaugnman & uo. I
Flour. Meal and Shipstuff
are dealers in "Wheat, Corn.Hay
Straw, Salt, Portland Cement
and Coal. Prompt attention
and your money's worth at
Sam Robinson's Remodeling
This is positively no fake. The goods
speak for themselves. Nothing but
high class goods to be sold.
'Having to remodel ourstore on the inside, we
have decided to reduce our stock, so everything
in the house will be sold at and under cost
This great REMODELING SALE will commence
Wednesday, Dec. 11th, and Lasting 15 Days
Clothing, (M& Pants, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnish
, . ing Goods to be Practically Given Away.
We will on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock prompt, throw from the top of store into Main street,
Mens Suits of Clothing'. Come and cath a suit .b'KfcJJtiJ! JjHJJU!! jmHibJ!!!
TJiis is a chance you may never have again.
W PITS, 0YERC0SI8. EXOt
iyvo a clioiee lot ot mciia (UiJ
'men b suits and overcoats
M nt $25 and $30 must Bell
4in -wiA AOO RO cmiUo mnef.
a, p-w uua v " ""' r: r
easily, worth $14, $15 nnd
now- ...... 5a.So
also haVo'somo broken lots that
Boll now. at $2.93
vs.' hich crndo kneo suits pure
0l mustBcll now at $148, $1.98,
Br.$3.2U, $4.48 ana 50jo.
upevaaro oldest maae mm som
to $10.00. ,
HICH GRADE SHOES
I'lfcoi mf ,K.,.;
sSoes now $198
DRESS AND WORK ODD PANTS
$7 panis now $4-98
$0 pantg now $4.48
$5 pants now . .-. . . . . . W.79
$4 pants now $2.95
$3.50 pants now ,...$2.75
$3 pants now $2-25
Hens' and Young Mens' Rubber
Coats and English Garbadlne.
$2.35, $3.50, $4.75 and tbe $15 coat
This is sometbin new.
All bats in SteUon3 and other stan
dard makes, 98, $1.29, $1.59)$1.93,
$2.25 $2.G0 and $2.98.
CALICO, BIESCU, ETC. v'1
All calicoes, American and Simpson
now 5c yd"
Bleach cottons lOo and 12 1-2 a
quality now, 8 l-3c yd
Sheeting bleached and unbleached
now 22 l'2c yd
Bed ticks all kinds at cost.
New Slickers Fish Brand
$3.50 quality now $2.48
$3 qunlity now $2-19
$2.50 quality now $1.98
MENS' and LADIES UNDERWEAR
$1 the garment now 79c
50c tho garment now 39c
25c tho garmont now 19c
Ladles' and Gents'
$3.50 coat sweaters now ....$2-78
$3 coat sweaters now $2.30
$2.50 coat sweaters now .... $1-88
$2 coat sweaters now $1.29
$1.50 coat sweaters now 88c
$1 coat sweaters now 70c
50o cont sweaters now 39c
Some prices In Ladies
Wo have about 400 parrs on tbe
bargain counter that is like finding
'em. Sco the
10c, 39c, 79c, 08c and $1.10.
4c, 8c, I Ic, 15c, 19c and 39c.
LADIES "AUTO" SCARFS
Tho $1.50 scarf nod 98c
Tho $1 scarf now 79c
The 50c scarf now !39c
The 25c scarf now 19c
50c, 75c nnd $1 wear now 39c
25c neckwear now 19c
DRESS AND FLANNEL SHIRTS
39c, 79c, $1, $1.48 and $1.88
LEGGINS CLOTH AND LEATHER.
39c, 74c. 98c and $1.19.
MEN'S' DRESS AND
$2 pIoes 1 $1.48
$1.50 gloves now $1.19
$1 gloves now 83c
50o gloves now ,.39c
LADIES' FUR COATS, CLOTH
COATS NOW UNDER COST.
Ladles' and Mens' Rubber Sandals
now at cost.
PUTEE RIDING LEGGINS,
$3.50 now $248
$2.50 comforts now $1.88
$2 comforts now 1-48
$1.50 cotnfartu now $1.19
$1.25 oemforts now 84c
$5 blankets now $374
$-1 blankets now $2-98
3.50 blankets now 2.39
$2.50 blankets now $1-84
$2 blankots now $1.39
$1.50 blankets now 89c
ALL KINDS OF HAMBURGS AND
EMBROIDERY GO AT COST.
Remember the date, the price, the
merchandise. Call for tickets on
the PIANO to be given away Janu
ary 1st, 1913. Don't miss this sale.
SUSPENDERS AND BELTS
19c, 33c and 74c.
Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Bags
now at your own price.
I waniSto wait on 5000 people the firstday. Can you help us out? "Wait for this sale and
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tefWlCE MAKER-NEXT DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
IWe Hro., ttf the .Markobury
Hvll.m tlcj,Vnr-.Jr j
0. hoHil of onttlo nyoraeinir 1,32
youad., in Jiins tynl Siman Wei!,
of LoxiiiRton, 50 hond brimrinR them
1-4 conu nnd IS ljM,l at 7 cent
W- ' lUirton. of Inonster,
n .;n t-u5iccl:nc a larfri iimnbrr
of from -1 -year-old to O-year-old
mnloK nl bw sale ntnWiw. havine
lrUKbt :a 33 or mow .MJ in one
ilrov, Imvins them up jn oonnec
tiim with some St. 1hi tnirehai
or, who arc in Control Kentucky on
the search for a Kood urudo of hv
bruin. V. A. Lenr, of Oarrnnl, recently
HjnpiH'd two lofldn of hoes to Qn
I'innati, ono Ponmuninent eoiuc to
Crawford and Co., and another car
t'ontmmiuc 90 bend also beintr ex-ixn-tod
to u pnewi City firm.
The follow me are uomc of his lain
linrrlianeM for Inn recent oiport:
From C 51. Jenkins of tho ilnrks
burv poction, (10 100 ikhiiuI porker
t U 1-2 cents per pound frnm G.
M. Swmi'broad, of Lancaster. H,
110 pound nhoats at $0 per hundreit
from (leono Itubl0 of llueun Vista,
152 175 pound hogs at $0.65 per
hundred; from William Seott 9 l.'IB
pound porker at $0.35 per hun
dred from C. A. Arnold 0 head of
110 iKnnd hboU at 0 eenU per
Fow mulen chanced Imndi at Iin
eat'r Mmiilny io.t of the ownent
Raking kv liili prieen for them. A
niunber that were oxtrn clanwv wore
li.uiKht, lint the offonniM ero not
lante. W. II. Hurton ptirelm1,rl fivo
oxlra toppv follows for a foreign
bnye nt $200 a bond, Tlmrc wero
two or threo humlrod eattle on the
market, and qiutp ,H number ch?r.c
wl bands at from ! to 5 1-2 eents.
HceonluiK to tho quality xftered.
lew were better than medium irrnde
I.Hwt.,.n and Ilniwii. I lie well
known Ijioeantor Um'c firm mado
a fliipmont Uat TIihdmIhv to Hub
bard, Ilaim and IlJMrxdiile at Cin
einnnti, and anothor of lioifs 1 1 tho
same markets a fow ihx preMoim
tho follow-iiiir are iiio of their re
cont purrhnRe. mnde bv J. I). Tope,
one of tho company. From Willtnm
Ferguson, 10 20 pound Iio-h at 0 3-1
eonta per pound; from Areli Stev
en. 10 175 pound porkorg nt $0.50
Po hundred; from Jnijuli Anderson,
n Lunch of 170 pound hoe nt G ctn.
per pound; from W. H. Jao 10 250
pound porkers nt $7 per hundred.
Thursdny'K consiirnment wna n mix
ed lond of stock, contniiune 05 bocs
and 12 head of cattle.
BOURBON ItEMEDY CO ,
Rncloted find photo o( hog that wii cured of
cholcr with your Ilouiboa lis Cholr Ktm.
cdy. Thli nogwai alinoit dead bofora mlnir
tho medicine, and then eullitly cured, ex.
cept loii ol earl, tall, etc. The hoirli owned by
Mr SkDet Kwlnir, o( Uowllng flreen. Ky. He
wll! be elad to give you a tettlmonUI, and we
can get aevera! mora It yoa want them.
JBNKINS-SUULUTT DKUQ COH
Bowllntr Orecn, Ky.
Ask Your Drug-glit for It.
ShUQars & Tanner.