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'jrtHJMrifr 1M& 63D YEARJU NO. 100.
STANFORD,-LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Tl KSIJAV, DKCKMIIER ft 1012.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
'MFFMAHN AND GORNO
PLEASE MliSIC LOVI
Kevrescntatlve AuHec Greets
tlnulhed Mbslctans rwfhti
Here by Bach Club
flu! h. . M. Walker)
Tlio wide interest manifested in
the recital Riven by Mr. rciler ickj.
lioffumnn, ftIiinil assisted y Mr.
Ginrlnto Horno, vocalist of the. Ul
leire" Music, Cincinnati, nt tho
opera hmwo on Saturday mitlit wu
nil indication of tho deep upprceiu
tion of local hmwo lovers for such
Midi class production. Th -hou
wm tested t' iU capacity nml a
. ... .i...l ...li..ul.n precicu :.
iiiiizuicu iiiiuivuv D---.
number on tho program
with a round
... i....- Xr. Hoffmann is ti "0
admired for the brilliancy of his c.l
.i. ., ,.u ii tiinnliit from ft tccli-
lilrnl ntnndpolnt, but ho challenge
till higher appreciation from J lie
ethical pmt or view, in.- ---elenrlv
demonstrated in his per
formance of tho opening nuiiwcr on
thc prmrram, the D-Mlnor bonntij
of Heetlu.ven, from which breathed
forth stub genuine Beethoven mini
not often heard, PnpiUnns, by
Schumann, wns especially w?" r"
crivril and n splendid climax was
reached in the closing number from
'fnMnu nod IMn.
Mr. Homo's selections were all of
oxccpUonally plra-ing character
nnd were perfectly suited to hi fine
baritono voice. In him i found the
linppv combination of wonderful en
dowment nnd artistic equipment for
The iHH.ple of Stanford feel deep
ly grateful to Mi Ellen Dnllou
an.l her Bach Club for this evening
of such rare enjoyment, nnd the
genuine mtliuRinsm with which thU
splendid recitnl was received, will
no doubt be an inspiration to tliec
progressive young musicians and
their very capable teacher to pre
sent to tUr community many more
such uplifting influences. It is to
bo hoped Umt Mr. Hoffmann, who
i n great .favorite here, will cherish
the recollection of thc sincere np
tireciatlon or his work by the otn-
ford public, nnu mut ii may wu i"--
-rgl T ffrtuitttjfUic.inusi'i-luvcrs oj
y7ur lown n iy iiimj
ncnin in thc not very distant future.
A litting climax to th0 Hoffmann
-Oorno recital was the generous net
crr Uiiffmnnii in tirchcntiug the
llnrli Club of tho Stnnfonl High
School with J5. This sum wns tho
(ituonnt of nroceeds left nfter all
nYiienses erc naid. HcsidcS tho-l
geaerosity, tho act n!o attests the
fact that thct: men nro not out for
the "loaves and fishes," but to
B,s.l IW gspcl of good music nnd
to assist in every movement for thc
betterment of civic iridc. ,Tho club
deeply appreciates the spirit that
prompted the generous deed nnd
hopes for the return of these gonial
gentlemen and mnstcr musicinns.
A $1,000 Pair of Mules
A dispatch from Winchester, to
the Lexington Herald Sunday said:
.1. 1). Duvnll. of tho firm of Gentry,
Thompson & Duvnll, hns sold a rir
of mules, threo aud four years old,
to S. T. Harbison, of Lexington, for
New York buyers for $1,000 cash.
The mules nro 10 hands high nnd
weigh lyJOO pounds, nnd have won
pi ires nt fairs nil over this scctiou
of tho state. Duvnll & Lindsay
sold to It. N. Rathff, of Winchester,
33 yearling mules nt $140 ench.
Foot Still In Bad Shape
Col. Dan Hester, was herrf Satur
day in his auto from King's Moun
tain, to consult Dr. W. 11. O'Dnn
non. His right foot hns been giving
him n great deal of troublo nnd pnin
for the past month nnd his physician
nt a loss to dingnoso tho cnusc.
Tho member is black, giving it tho
nppenrnnco of blood poison, but
Mr Hester nor his physicians nro
of tho opinion that such is tho case
as h0 novcr suffered nny injury to
Attending Concrete Convention
Jns. Phillips, tho hustling local
concrcto contractor, accompanied by
Albert Phillips, left for Pittsburg,
Snturdny to tako in tho big exposi
tion of concrcto mnnufneturers. Mr.
Phillips believes in keeping posted
in regard to all tho improvements in
his business and i3 not taking any
chances on getting behind tho pro
cession of progress.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Peoples' Dank of
Hustonvillo, for tho purpose of elect
ing directors will bo held on Janu- Our stock must be reduced to dis
ary 0, 1013, at 10 A. M. solvo partnership. Cummins &
100-ttl J. W. IIOSKINS, Cash'r.jWcaren.
General ffews Notes
Tatf lias been offered
prnffwsors.h;p nt Yale.
Tli0 Gibson House, u noted Cin
cinnati hostelry, burned down.
Frank Chnnco will reecho $20,000
a year for managing the Now York
Amencnii unco ball team.
The Sluln Sinking-Fund Commis
sion hns ordered strict economy in
conduct of all the hti)te-departments
Tho Supremo CoiiTt decision in the
hard coal trust cages is cuiiHidcrcd
u "dog fall" between the govern
ment nnd the trust.
Whitclnw Hoid, U. S. Embassador
to England, died In London Satur
day. President Wilson will appoint
Miss Helen Gould onu of tho rich-
rrf women In tho world, has mi-
noiiuced her engagement to marry
rinlcy J. Sheppanl, of St. Louis.
Tlio Shejjrd-Kcnyon bill to pro
hibit the interstate shipment of
whisky into dry territory is before
tiic U. S. .Semite and is being bit
Upon Arriving in New York from
his vacation in Ilcimuda, Gov. Wil
son Miid he would devote himself to
New Jersey affairs until ho is in
augurated president in March.
Judcu Thomas II. Hardin. 03. the
oldest member in point of service of
tho Mercer bar, died suddenly Inst
ucck at Hnrradsbnrg. lie is survived
by one daughter. Miss llnldou Har
din. Hcv. Hubert Simpson, of New Al
liany, Ind., has accepted a call to
the pusltn-fltc of the Christian
eliureh at IlnrrodHbiirg. nnd will be
gin his work on Jnnunry 1.
Hon. William Jennings Itryun has
Ixjen nominated as Moderatirr of the
General Assembly of tho Presbyter
;,.n ..l,..n.l, l,i..l. ,....! n Atlnnin
fin -rn -ir. ..,
" '"j " ."v.
The membership of of tho Chris
tian church of Somerset subscribed
12,000 for thc.puriioso of building
n new houc of worship. An effort'1!9 I1 owncr nt n. fnne;vr I'"ce
.... nlmiii iliknn nKfi n rri I In lino
will bn mndo to run the amount up
to $30,000 nml in the event it is, n
magnificent brick edifice will be
Fourth Grade to Entertain Friends.
Tho fourth grndc of tho Graded
nn otien session on Friday after
noon. Dec. 20th. Miss Palmer, the
popular teacher, has arranged n de
lightful program, which is ng fol
lows, some of tho nmsicnl numbers
being by pupils from other grndcs:J
President Mnrgnrct Shanks
Secrctnry Joe Grimes
Chorus The Song of Songs
Tho Salutatorian's DlRioultii-5 Joe
Hccjtntion Snntn in a Flnt
Pinno Pansy Waltz
Frances and Sara Connncy.
Chorus Xmus Chimes
Fourth Grade Girls
Master Gatcwood Hcazlcy
Dialogue. The Sick Doll
Dr. brown Uuy Ilallou
Mother Sara K. Hriitht
Evergreen Drill Eight Girls
.Master Jack Cover
Possum Itun Debating Society
Iteeitatiou Hard Times for Georgo
Piano Old Hlnek Joe
Stocking Drill Eight Hoys
Piano Old Kcnucky Homo
Play ... Mr. St. Nicholns
Hoys and Girls
lino Etta Wnltz
Lucille nnd Louise Wutcrs.
Colds Go Over Nlnbt.
If your bond is stuffed up nnd
you have a hard cold you can quick
ly get rid of tho misery.
First, look after tho bowels; nny
goon cutnnrtio will do, then brentho
llooth's 11YOME1 which promptly
kills germ lifo and heals tho mem
brane. Hrcntho IIYOMEI (pronounco it
High-o-mc) in tho dnytimo through
tho little hard rubber inhaler, nnd
just beforo going U bed nt night do
this. Pour a scant teaspoonful of
HYOMEI into n kitchen bowl of
boiling water, covor head nnd bowl
with towel nnd breathe for soveral
minutes tho soothing, healing vapor
that arises. This treatment is also
fine for sore throat and catarrh.
Complcto HYOMEI outfit including
inhnlor, $1 extra bottle if needed,
CO cents nnd G. L. Penny is author
ized to refund your money if dissatisfied.
Badly Cut in Sunday Fight by An
other West End Youth
A wuiranl for the unest of Hod
Jaihoe, n youth of 14 jenrs was is-
wi.-.l v..inr.l.iv hv .Iiulff.. llnilev'
darboe'is clmrg'e.l w"ilh cutting Hry. denth at that plae of li
mi Jones, ago IS, iiloo of McKiiineyJ'", Caroline Dub im-, in
I-rom reports it seems that tlio
youths were indulging in n card
giiniu Sunday afternooi when a de
pute nro'-e and .larboe drew u knife
mid proceeded to earvc Jones up. lie
received oiin gash in the back of
of tho kuifo nearlv hovered olio of
jj,;, t.nre, iiis eoat was cut from
Ilia, shoulder to the bottom, showing
I .i.... I.. :i . .1..:..' i.v I.....
(,t the assailant was doing I'm be-.t
to exterminate his udvci'sary.
Jaiboc's trial hns not yet been
set, but will likely he held tomoirow.
The wounded boy is pretty badly us
ed up but is not thought to bo seri
ously hurt. He is a on if tlio late
James T. Jones, who formerly con
ducted a restaurant here and mov
ed to McKinncy with his mother
shortly nflcr his father's death,
which occurred fotcrnl years ago.
Stallion with Lock Jaw
Cccilinn Leaf the aluable stiin
dard bred stnlliou belonging to C.
Yi. Tnte, of this place, is desperate
ly sick with lock jnw ut his puddoek
on Mr. Tates I'ink Cottage farm on I
(he Stun ford and Hustonvillc pike.
Tho stnllion showed sjuflptyiiis of
sickncs on last Friday moruiig nnd
Mr. Tato immediutcly phoned to
Dnmille for Dr. IL L. Casey, the
well known veterinarian. After a
careful examination the surgeon
pronounced the trouble. lock jaw
BIHl SBUl IllUt IIHTO WUS HOI lUOfq
'ithnn one chance in a hundred for
the nnimnl's recovery, j
Cccilinn Leaf is by the famous
siro Hcd Leaf nnd wns purchased by
about three years ago. He has
proven u great file nnd' his death
would cntnil miito n loss to his
J. II. Leo sold his farm near town
Willurd and Lcpnnrd TAidd, of
Crnwfordsville, Ind., arrived a few
days ago to visit relatives.
Edgar Mc CI tire is working nt
K,Sili)H Brown shipped n cnrload of
rAt hogs Inst week for which he
paid six cents per pound.
J no town irusiccs ill session -uon-
!My evening, Dec. 'i, accepted the re
signation of W. nnmnvog'town
Clerk, and chSsE. G. Ashor to fill
tho vacancy. Tho town beard of
etpinlixntion wns also in session Inst
week ranking the! tax lists for the
Deputy Sheriff K. W. Henderson
nrrcsted Fred Gnstincnii, Ralph
Jones and Glen Vnughn on a chnrgo
of theft, and took the boys, who nro
all under 10, to Somerset, nnd
Judge Tartar sentenced the Gnsti
ncnii boy to C years in tho Reform
School nnd sent tho others home on
their good behavior.
Mr. nnd Mi.-. Annf.rcjig Todd, of
Danville, nte visiting his pa'iciito,
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Todd.
Corbet t Drown, who has been
working in ludinunpnlis for over ft
year, arrived hero Friday to visit
.Mrs. W. H. Surbor left Saturday
to visit her daughter in Indiana.
Mrs. Kntc llynnt has been quite
sick with pneumonia.
Robert Blevins loft Saturday for
Indiana to work a while.
Albert Myers hns been suffering
with tho grippe.
Roynl Estes arrived Friday from
New Mexico, where ho hns been for
thrco or four yenrs for his health,
to visit his mother
Democrats should rally to tho
support of Gov. Dcckhnin, for U. S.
Senotor in tho next August primary
and givo him what ho should have
had in 100S.
R. E. Horton's Barn Burns.
Tho bnrn on tho plnco of R. E.
Ilorton, a well-known farmer, thrco
miles this sido of Wayenshurg, burn
ed nt ft nearly hour Monday night.
How it caught is unknown. Mr. Ilor
ton hnd it almost full of feed, nnd
ho enrried $300 insurance on tho
Let ns keep your barns protected
nt nil times, liko wo did tho above.
J. D. Wcarcn. tho Insurnnco Man,
of Stanford, 100-1.
For Snlo or Rent. My house,
possession given the first of tho
year or at onco apply to Miss B. V.
Logan, Main Street, Hustonvillo 1003
NIECE OF MRS. P. L BRUCE '
Killed In Automobile Accident In
Ueorula Father jladly Hurt
-Mrw- '' '" Unice? iceeHed u mes-
"'" i"my mmi
com eying tli hild l
ilclligci.ee of tho
mobile accident. MUs Uubose's
father, who was lo al editor of the
Atlanta Constitution wus also bad-
ly injured. Mi-is I)cho-e had viil-
... i - t
en .ii; imicp neic n lew monuis " !" "i "- n.-ajn.i-
iigo and made many friends hcie. j" church Wednesday nnd Thurs
Hev. nnd Mrs. Hmco left Sunday , ''"J. December 18th nnd 10th.
eveniiiL' at iirlO for Atlanta to ut-
lend the funeral of Jl. DubosC ami
to bn ai ftio n-.tMi.!.. .,r I,..,' r..t!ir.
to be at the bedside of hei' futher.:"""1' MrH- AIe Giant Ilaynes, of!
The numerous friends of .Mr. and i Honcevcrtc, West Va. The decens-
Mrs. llruce hero add elsewhere will ' cd '"id been in declining health for
Icnin with dee!, regret of the sad M,mc ,i,,lc '" ,lil,,l of paralysis.
nffair and extend sympathies to I M ,lle 1"'1 meeting1 of the Chnu-
'hem in their sorrow
The i'olIow'iiiL' ilUimli'li io Stm
dnyV Courier .loimial sent out from '""cu-fseU weru "(teiiimiiy nnd tlio
Atlunta, gUcs the details of the sad Common .Man,' and "The Spread of
fitl'nir: ' Social Jn-turuiice. '
Atlanta, (In., Dec. II. Mi-,s' Kl(k'r r M. Tinder, thc popular
Carolvn Dnbo-e, daughter of W. T. I Christian minMor, wits complimcnt-Dubo-e,
department editor of the ,,1 "' " l,"r'L being made up to dc
Atlniita ( onstitution. wns fatally irai" ''is expense-, to the National
iiiiurcd. and hcr.<her badly hurt Anti-Salooii Convention m Washing
this afternoon whn their automobile ;Co1' C,, "I,le!' ,,"IL'111"1 i5l's week,
was struck bv n Louisville & Nash- lhe tollmvmg weie elected offi-
villn fr..i,.Iit Jmin i.nnr f ",irii.rviillp ' '"CrS t tllC lust meeting of the U.
(In. Mi's Dubose died early to -
night at a local hpital.
Mi. Dubnse and his daughter WCrc
en route to the home of the hitter
nt Svin:r Hill, Tcnu., when the nc
eident occurred. A sharp curve, it
is Mini, prevented the engineer. of
the train seeing tho automobile.
Lincoln County Butter In Demand
II. J. McRoberts, manager of thc
Stanford Creamery Co., received an
order from a merchant at Richmond
Saturday for n consignment of but
ter. The merchant stnted the market
there was eompletelf exhnusted and
that he would take-jail Mr. Mcltoh:.
erts could let him hive. As the de
mnnd for the local Wrenmcry's out
put is constantly growing, tho man-.
t lilt Ilk llMliit ittf t fcC .
mond man hnvo 23 pounds. The
innTket-prieo here is O-ccnts and
the supply is hnreJv equnl to tho
demand. Such a scarcity of thq
commodity was never known be
fore in this community so early in
the winter Benson.
County Clerk Cooper issued mar
riage licenses to tho following cou
ples Inst week nnd sent them on
their way rejoicing:
To Lorcnz Pumphry, who wedded
Miss Lillie Roberts. The wedding
occurred nt tho home of tho bride's
father, Wm. Roberts.
Roscoo Wilson nnd Miss Laura
Ilorton were made one in a cere
mony performed nt the home of
Arch Ilorton, tho bride's fnther, at
his bomo on Ncais Creek.
Varncy Smith secured license to
wed Miss Bettie Leper, tho ceremony
bing performed by Rev. K. G. Mar
tin nt his homo in tho southern part
of thc county.
Frnnk Wilcher and Miss Bcxio
Delk were married at tho boms of
Znck Delk near Waynesburg. The
bride is n former Casey county girl,
but for two venrs has made her
homo with her parents in this conn
Well Known Negro Dies
Frank Adldns, n highly respected
negro died yesterday at his homd
here. He wns about f5 years old
nnd when quite young wns engaged
ns night porter for tho old Myers
House, conducted litTO for many
years by the lnte Sidney Myers nnd
Inter by E. II. Bnrnsidc, nlso de
ceased. Atkins became as accustomed to
incot$ng thc night trains thntlh
time of their arrival was almoV in-
dclliblv stamped upon his mind nnd
it is said of him that ho could lie
down upon tho counter of tho old
hotel nnd sleep up to within ten or
fifteen minutes of train time, nnd
thnt ho never failed to awoken a
traveling mnn in plenty of tirao to
cntch his train. Many residents of
tho town got into tho hnbit of en
gnging this faithful negro to call
them for trains when they happened
to want to lenvo town nt night and
not once was ho known to oversleep
After tho Myers Houso ceased op
erations somo ten years ngo.-Atkins
established an umbrella repair shop
nnd plied his trado until he wns
taken down soma months ago. Ho
wns a polite, faithful darkoy and his
vaco would do well to emulate his he was well. For sal by G. L Pen
courso in life. ny. . ,
CUTTING IN GARRARD
Farmers Fall out Over Tobacco
Lniicnnlor, Dec. 10. A dis)uto
nrono over u tolmeco M-ttlenicnt be-
ii ,. Men ami l-oitcr Wear-
e"i mariners oi mis county, m winch
Il.'l W ..I .1... .1 .
,"B ,;"'' i:iiii;ii uiiuiu iiiu inroiii
n"l cUk inilieting dangerous
wounds. TIo difficulty occurred nt,
"e inilisoii lobucco wnrclmiisc. I
"cv' J- -v- McKnmy, of Corydon,1
It.il .fill ..o.w.li ... fl. llfc .!......
lue -Miscs urant lmv0 received
, i"f""ntion or tl.o death of their,
! "'"''j J,r''- Alien (hunt Ilaynes, of!
Itmuiiia Circle at the home of Mrs.)
,. ' H. F. Il-ids.ui, the interesting themes
1' - l'-:. President Mrs. S. D
i1"". Mut' president, -r. d M. -Mount
.. . . .. ......
!'"'." "I"""""- fccremry, -uis. j-.. u.
uiuiie-, eeonung ecTeiiiry, .Mrs.
M. P. Fri-bie. ehuplaiii, Mis. Fnnnie
Furra and honorary vice president,
Mrs. Rebecca West.
Mis. James M. Stnngton, of Cov
ington, is expected shortly to spend
the holidays with bar mother, Mrs.
II. A. H. MnTksbury. Mrs. S. T.
Smith is in Louisville nnd Indiana
polis for a visit to friends
Mrs. Orrell and children, of Fin.,
ar0 guests of Mrs. W. A. Price and
family. Miss Emma Hughes Hays,
of Stanford was the guest for a iavr
day of Mrs. Jn5. A. Ddazley. Judge
Lewis L. Walker and Mire. Walker
left Saturday to to spend the holi
days in New Orleans.
Misc Annie May I'etkins is in In
dianapolis visiting her aunt Mrs.
SuralrDfnd. Mr. Silas Mossand
family who have been living in Rich
mond have returned to Lancnster.:
Miss Norma Elmore is with her aunt
Mrs. Wm. AHIIs, of Harrodsburg.
Mrs. J. L. Bowman, of Lewis coun
ty i? expectefd shortly for It isit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. T. J. Prico cntcrtnined in
formally on Thursdny complimen
tary to Mrs. Charles A. Hardin, of
rf-r J, Wesfoy .Wet, of Wash
ington City, is expected forTIicTLoli
dnys and will he the guest of Mrs.
W. T. West.
The Mary Wnlker Prico Chapter,
of the U. D. C. met Monday Decem
ber 0th nt the homo of Mrs. V. A.
Lear on Lexington street1,.
Snntn Chtus isiteu the popular
store of Haseldon Bros., Saturday
afternoon nnd left n package for the
Iittlo folks in town nnd county.
Miss Fannie C. Rnwson, Stnto Li
brarian, at Frankfort, addressed
the public on Library Extension in
Mrs. G. M. Pnttorson and dnugh
ter Miss Grace Helen Patterson,
were shopping in Cincinnati for
Mis3 Norma Elmore gavo a well
appointed courso dinner to tho fol
lowing guests: Judge nnd Mrs
Chniles Hardin, of Harrodsburg, Mr
and Mrs. T. J. Price, Miss Katio
Leo Denny and gue6t, Mis3 Belhj
Denny, of Stanford.
Ban Collier Elkin, of Ynlo Col
lege, nrrived nt homo Monday to
spend tho Xmns holidays with his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. L. Elkin.
Bob Jackson to California
Col. U. M. Jackson, one of tho
best known citizens, informs us llmt
ho has sold his property in London
ond will lenvo soon for San Fran
cisco, Cal., to locate. Mr. Jackson
hns been ono of our most cntorpri3
ing business men, nnd ono of our
most public) spirited citizens. Wo
hope thnt Mr. Jnckson will ho emi
nently successful in his now location
and trust thnt ho will mako a for
tun0 with which to return to London
nnd spend his last days. London
A Dcs Moines man had an attack
of muscular rheumatism in his shoiil.
der. A friond advised him to go to
Hot Springs. That meant an ox
penso of $150 or more. Ho soucht
for u quicker nnd chenncr wav to
cure it and. found it in Chamber.
Three davs nfter
tho first nnnlicntion of tbU liniment
ALL RECORDS BROKEN f
QA pofc n PnitnH
'-'vr vviiio u a vfviiivt
People's Warehouse, Danville,
STONGEST MARKET SINCE THE SEASON OPENED.
- A ., ,
g Averages All the Way
lighted R. L. Berry, of Lincoln County, Receives
an Average of $19.91 for Entire Crop.
Lincoln county tobacco growers
who sold their crops at the People's
Warehouse in Danville Monday were
delighted with tho prices obtained,
nnd arc expecting the market to get
better at this popular house ns the
senson grow8 older. Tho damp and
rain of Monday night will bring to-
bact'o in good shnpe for, the market
and some more record prices nre ex-
All records for high prices were
broken nt the Peoples' House Mon-1
day: . I
Green and Brndshaw, of Mercer
county received $19.49 for their crop
Other big averages were also made.
Bidding wns spirited, the offerings
were in splendid condition and the
quality good. It is needless to sny
that the sellers were in high spirits.
There were -4,135 pounds' sold at a
grand nverngv of $14.C3, a record
which has probably never before
probably never before
mauc in me nisjory oi me warenouse
business in Danville, quality offer-'
1 " .1 IfTi A 11. 1 '
4 - I
ings "considered. Mr. R. L. Berry, of
Hustonville, Lincoln county, sold
eight baskets at nn average of $19.91
Mr. Jason Meadows, of Boyle, so'd
seven baskets at an average of $15,-
93j Baughman & Scwcll, of Boyle'
county, sold nine baskets at an av-
erage of $19.25; 11. T. Dean, of Mer-
cer county, sold nine baskets at an
averace of $13.09: James Sutton, of
uuiiuiu vuuuijr, diu iniTii vnT - viir
at an.averago of $17.32 and Pcavy
house and Son, of Lincoln county,
twelve baskets at an average of
$17.05. The looso leaf market will
close this year for tho Holidays on
December 20, nnd open on Decem
Following nro tho prices received
by a number of tho leading sellers:
R. L. Berry, of Lincoln county,
sold the following baskets:
-80 pounds at '.., $20.00
270 pounds nt $17.50
225 pounds nt ,..'$18.50
00 pounds at. $16,25
170 pounds nt ,... $19.75
210 pounds at $22.00
210 pounds nt $25.00
185 pounds nt $18.00
Average $19.91 2-3
Pcavyhouso and Son, of nustou-
ville. sold tho following baskets:
220 pounds nt $11.50
85 pounds nt . $18.50
105 pounds at ., $18.50
85 pounds at $19.25
150 pounds at $20.50
145 pounds at ., $13.00
65 pounds at ..., $20.50
55 pounds nt '. $10.23
120 pounds at . .i.". ..,.,... "$18.75
75 pounds at ...,.., , $10.75
35 pounds 'at $18,50
75 pounds at .,.,...,...,. $10.00,
. Averaie $17.05
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Green & Brndshuw, of Mercer
county, sold tho following baskets:
2n-" pounds nt $28.60
220 pounds nt
255 pounds nt
on ponnns at
40 pounds nt .
40 pounds nt .
S5 ,iuiids ut
270 pounds' at $17,50
270 pounds nt $17.00
210 pounds at $15.50
20 pounds, nt $17.00
270 pounds at $18.25
2G0 pounds at $19.00
315 pounds at $17.25
185 pounds nt $10.25
120 pounds at $13.50
2C0 pounds at ,. . . . $18.00
275 pounds ot
170 pounds at
243 pounds at
93 pounds nt $12.75
110 pounds at $25.50
110 pounds at
75 pounds at ........ .,. . . $15.00
Jas Sutton, of Garrard county,
sold tho following baskets:
CO pounds at ., $22.50
20 pounds at $19.50
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20 pounds at
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175 poumj3 at :. .....
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jiu jiumius at .......
- - a pounds at
70 pounds at ...... ;V..'
ISO pounds nt .....,.....! $lMH(al
305 pounds at ..;... ?142Jfljg
Average $17.32 -kv?3
TT Ti1 Hnnn tfKLva&i(AAii
sold the following baakete:
200 pounds at it.T !
2(!5 pounds at
170 pounds at .."..
230 pounds at . .
ou pounds at .. l3JftJ.'
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20 pounds at fig;
115 pounds at ... .? ?1;
2J0 pound3 at .ySA.;.,.. $13'
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Baughmnn aSd Sawell,
cohnty, sold tliejfollowing bask
aw pounds at-.r .', flltfjr
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5 pounds at v
105 pounds at .
30 pounds at 1
35 pounds at .:,.:..., jM
100 iw.n.kyj.....,.. SfM
eu pounds apF.i tm,
U0 PUa8 WXf.r. ...... C8.(
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Jason; and AMBows ot Btvle
county, isold the J sowing y-hnta ;
240 pound? ftt ,v . , . . , . .. j&fiV
180 pounds at . v, MJUlOf
245 pounds at .v. .'. SULfa
105 pounds at.'.
40 jiunda ;
165 noundo a.1 ...
. Av?$l5.97 M
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