We Wish To Apologize
strictly for cashP we will
cheerfully divide the price into 30, 60 and 90
Steel Sanitary Coach; makes
full size bed when open:
Globe Price $3.50
500 yards of China and Japan
Matting: while it lasts
Ciobr Price .'50c:
Fumed Oak Dining-rooSuit :
six chairs, round pedestal extension table, china closet and
Solid Oak, Cane or UobOIer-- l
DON T FAIL TO SEE OUR
Globe Price $1.00;
PRICES RIDICULOUSLY LOW.
Davenport, oak frame, chase
Globe Price 12."0:
Solid Oak Davenport, imperial leather,
cushions, irood soring box for bedding1.
Globe Price $30.06:
Golden Oak Sideboard: drawers are serpentine
swell: has carved columns and pattern plate mirror.
Globe Price $14.50.
Extra Special A Beautiful
Princess Dresser: wood knobs, terpentine
swell; has over pattern plate mirror:
('.lobe Price $16.50: Central Price
Solid Quarter-saweGolden Oak Sideboard: serpent ine swell front: oval shape mirror: one of our
Another Colonial Style American Quartered Oak
Princess Dresser: has large drawer and three raised
drawers on either side: ova French Plate mirror
(J lobe Price $25.00;
Beautiful Colonial Style American Ouartered
Princess Dresser: has one large drawer and two
small drawers: raised on either side: extra large
pattern plate mirror.
Globe Price $27.."ii.
Globe I'rice 20.00.
Quarter-saweOak Sideboard: fu
swell front: crossbar vaneered columns: French
plate mirror: one drawer is lined for silver.
Globe Price $2:5 50.
Another Snap for the First to Come Very
Massive Golden Quarter-saweOak Sideboard:
handsomely carved: has large lSxlO-incFrench
plate mirror: cross-baveneered columns.
Globe Price $50.00.
Hardwood Extension Table: has live braced legs:
six feet in length.
Globe Price $5.00.
American Quarter-saweTable: live round, braced legs.
Globe Price $7.50.
9x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs: be; lutiful Hour and
Globe Price (12.50
Large Solid Oak.
Extension Table, has heavy
27x50 Velvet Rugs:
Globe Price $1.50.
27x50 Axminster Rugs.
Globe Price $2.50
any nn.sh, handsome
grade chase leather.
and is one of
OaK Round Pedestal
top: heavy claw feet.
Globe Price $18.50; Central I'rice,
Suit-haheavy claw feet: imperial leatherParlor
Globe price $33.00: Central price
Solid Oak Kitchen Cabinet: has
china compartment, sugar bin. teafrosted glass
closet, and cup rack on top: Hour bin. and coffee
drawer and biscuit board in base
Globe Price $15.00.
Solid Oak Kitchen Cabinet: has
china cabinet, sifter. Hour bin in top. frosted alas
two drawers and biscuit board indouble
Globe Price $18.50.
Cook Stove: has good-sizana is a good baker: set no free
Globe Price $13.50.
Cook Stove large oven; full
nickeled: sits on v separate base guaranteco to
bake: set up free.
Olobe Price $16.50.
Suit: imitation mahogdesign, finished in good
Solid Oal: Kitchen Cabinet: frosted glass
cabinet Dutch effect; four spice drawers and china
Globe Price $2000.
.$ 1 4.75
Early English China Closets, Dutch glass eftect.
Globe Price $11.50.
Solid Oak China Closet, has pattern plate mirror
top: adjustable shelves: bent glass ends.
Globe Price $13.50
Genuine Quartered-saweOak: has mirrow top,
claw feet, adjustable shelves, bent glass ends and
door: only a few left.
Globe price $15.00
3 I U. VU
Solid Quartered-saweOak China Closet: pattern
plate mirror top, Adjustable shelves, claw feet: a
bargain for the woman that knows.
. - as
Globe price $18.50
Early English China Closet: dutch glass effect at
top, has glass doors, ends and adjustable shelves.
Globe Price $19.50
4 I d,JL&
t e or
Glohe Price $15.00.
Genuine Quarter-sawetension Table:
Globe Price $18.00
our best bargains.
!.12 Velvet Rugs: in many atti active patterns:
these are very serviceable rugs.
Globe Price $20.00.
9x12 Axminsii r Rus: latest Hoi
patterns: the best that are on the
Globe Price J26.50.
Solid Oak kitchen cabinet; large
door, china cabinet and three cutlery double Hass
top, biscuit board, .lour bia and
drawers, or cupboard in base
Globe Price $18.50.
Range: sits on base: has
large square oven: full nickel trimmed: has balanced steel wanning closet: guaranteed to iVe
satisfaction: pipe and set-ufree.
Clone Price $29.50.
Blue Steel Range.
side fire pouch, steel warming closet: full nickel
trimmed: guaranteed to bake: set up free .
Globe Price $28.00.
extra heavy steel springs.
Globe Price $22.50:
article and have placed our sale price underneath.
Genuine Mahogany Princess Dresser: foil swell
from: has large French plate mirror: worth look- in- - at. Globe Price $30.00.
Rocker.; diamond tufted back,
Globe Price $80.
Both prices are in plain figures and
i I' you find us busy, for these prices are sure to
you can wait on yourself
bring a crowd. We
challenge any concern in the country to make prices as low as these on bousefurnishings of
equal quality. It is not necessary to take our word for it visit the other stores, note their
prices, and pay particular attention to the qualties then come here and we know vou will buy
HAVE bought the
must close it
II fE out quickly, as the entire Globe Furniture Co. stock haveout own price and original price
landlord wants his building. We
left the Globe's
nl urn at ic
waited on at our store yesterday, and we will
assure them that we will double the force today
and all their wants will be attended to.
but a bargain
at the price.
P.lnlio v.- -;
Medium weight Green Iron P.ed: has
brass vases and heavy angle rail
Globe Price $3.00
Strong ron Beds, enameled in white
and heavy angle
ran' r rreen- heavv brass
Globe Price $4.5o.
White Green, or Rl IIP lvnamoln1
a. null DCIIS; IUIl
' trimn,d ""h brass rods
Globe Price $5.75. Central Price
Continuous Post Vernis Martin Iron Bed- has
heavv angle rail and is full
Globe Pric(?$8.50. Central Price
These are only a few of the many bargains we have here.
It is impossible to list them all in this space.
Come and Look Them Over.
613615617 WEST MARKET ST.
The Globe Furniture Co., Location
Telephone Exchanges Connected.
The trunk line connecting the
and Citizens exchanges of
the Cumberland Telephone Company
has been completed. Subscribers in
either exchange are given free service with the other regardless of
whether or not they have city service.
charged 10c for each call. Everybody will be limited to a
talk. The change will be of great
benefit to residents of this part of
the county, as they may now talk to
parties all along the Bardstown pike
in the vicinity of Ashville and Fern
Little Vernice Frey is on
the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hart were the
guests at dinner Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hart.
Mrs. M. Mauer, who has been critically ill, is leported much improved.
Miss Gertrude Hikes entertained
Thursday evening Misses Elizabeth
and Horothy Skiles, Messrs. Russell
May hall, Nicholas White and Harry
Miss Lillie T. Weedon, who has
been ill of tonsilitis, is out again.
Mrs. Wm. Burwinkle, Jr., pave a
theatre party to a bevy of young
ladies at the Masonic just recently,
among whom were a number of Bue-chgirls.
A number of Valentine parties will
Thursday, February 15, 1912.
given in Buechel this week, among Risinger. Guy F. Mills and Otho Per
which will be one giyen by Miss Mary kins. Prof. W. H. Bartholomew addressed the meeting.
Saam and another by Miss Nettie
Mrs. George Hartman, who is very
ill at present' is threatened with
MisBes Dorothy and
Skiles spent Thursday night and FriG. Kellar Hikes is contemplating
day with ,Mrs. H. C. and Miss Ger- building
another house in Buechel.
Mrs. Conrad Kaiser, Sr., isconfined
An oyster supper and Martha
Washington tea will be given at the to her home with rheumatism. Dr.
Nicholson Hotel in Fern Creek on Forest Gabbert is attending her.
Mrs. .las. McCullough, Sr., spent
Feb. 22, from six till ten o'clock by
members of the Improvement Monday in Lousiyille.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown visited
League of Fern Creek school. All
in the city Saturday.
are invited to attend.
Those from near here who attendTUCKER.
ed the teachers' meeting Saturday
at the court house were Misses Doro
thy Skiles, Blanche Thomas, Ethel
Feb. 12. Mr. George Sigel and wife
Mills, Elizabeth Skiles, Mvrtle Johnson, Levada Bogard,Mrs. L.J. Stivers, have returned after a pleasant visit
Mrs. Fred Johnson, Messrs. Edw. J. to relatives in Shelbyville.
Mrs. Thomas Yann spent last week
Fegenbush, M. F. Johnson, F. J.
Between Sixth and Seventh.
with Mrs Gurle Potts at St. Mat- thews
Mrs. Ed. Warford, of Louisville,
spent several days last week with
her son, Everett Warlord, and family.
Mr. Will Tucker and children
Virgel and Reba, dined with Mrs.
Lee Reel Friday.
Miss Peachie Ryan is visiting relatives near St. Matthews this week.
T; A. Jones, who has been
quite sick, is very much improved.
Mrs. S. S. Coe and babv, Glady's,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. N. C. Roof.
Miss Sallie Jones has returned
after a pleasant vi
Mr. Will Tucker and family were
Puests of Mr. nnH ....... r.n,,ia yL
Feb. . 12.
.wue nave returned h oiyei ami
week's visit to the latter s sister
After a pleasant visit with relatives ana friends Mr. Thomas Gilli-lanhas returned to Arkansas, where
he is employed as manager of a
large cotton farm. We wish him
well as he is a fine young man.
Miss Mary Landrum spent Monday
afternoon with Mrs. Amanda Raleigh.
Miss Mary Motherhead
pleasaut visit with her aunt.bad
Fannie Stout, Saturday night and
Mr. Harry Hall, of Louisville, was
the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Fannie
Stout, Saturday night and Sunday.
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