New Hanover River Boat Ledgers


New Hanover passenger & freight ledger 1
18 Nov 1932 to 20 Feb 1933

Transcript made from a photocopy of the original ledger book. There is no title for the ledger. It records passenger and freight transport on a boat named New Hanover on the Ohio River. Some entries are labeled Kentucky River. New Hanover is stamped at the top of most pages. Stop locations listed on the pages are Bethlehem, IN; Louisville, KY; Madison, IN; and Monterey, KY. This ledger is dated from 18 Nov 1932 to 20 Feb 1933. Some of the words are missing off the edge of the page from photocopying. Some data is written across 2 pages and is transcribed as 1 page.
1
NEW HANOVER
Passengers Nov. 18 32
Beth, Mayme Treece
“, Basil Gaylord
Williams, Gayly Cornell
Simon, Chester Dabney
West Park, Carrie Hamblin
Conn, Brazier Hall
Bull Ck, Mrs. Bess
Dixon Cp, Mr. Dixon
Ashby, Sam Ashby
Smith, Ed Smith
Long B., Mrs. Holder
Outward
West Park, Carrie Hamblin
?, Galy Cornell
Long B., Mrs. Holder
Conn, Brizier hall
Smith, Ed Smith
Ashby, Sam Ashby
Mr. Dixon
Chastown, Peter Cornell
Chester Dabney
2 & 3
NEW HANOVER
Freight etc Nov. 18, 1932
S.B. Smith by cash $4.62
Powell, Winter Paper Stock Co, CB 1 Lot Paper $1.50 per Ton 3.30
?son Utility Co, Central Paint Co, Jones 5 drums Tar 2.50
? Ray Ross, Anna James and Dan Lehan, Jones 3 Bags walnuts
? Sigmon, Henry Knight & Co. 2 coops chix .50
Jones 1 calf
1 steer 1.50
Basil Gaylord, cash on acct.
Stone, Sugar Creek Creameries, SCC 1 can cream .25
Stones, ” ” “, SCC 1 can cream .25
Staples, Armoars Creameries, Jones 1 can cream .25
Smith, Wiggington, PP 1 coop chx .25
Guthrie, Sugar Creek Creameries, S.C.C. 1 can cream .25
Mrs. Holderfield Jones, 6 Bags of corn .25
Mr. Fester, 1 48# bag flour 90
Mrs. Hopkins, P.P. Jones 1 ” chx feed .25
Ed. Smith, 1 M.T. coop
Sam Ashby, 1 Pax Groc.
Loyd Staples, 1 Cx Coal Range
Robt Stone, 1 ? ? ? .50
Ed. Stone, 1 5 gal cream can
Clarence Betzar, 1 ” ” ” ”
2 bed ends
2 ” rails
1 ” Mattress
1 ” spring 35
Clarence Betzer, 28 bags feed
1 bdl
1 can oil (separator)
1 box
1 bdl stove pipe 2.80
Mr. Dixon, 3 bags sugar
1 bag horn meal
2 bx groc .50
Ed. Smith, 1 gal oil .05 .07
Sam Ashby, 5 gal oil .25 .35
P.W. Dean, 1 bdle (3) tires .25
Chester Dabney, 5 ” oil .25 35
Clarence Betzer, 1 cot buckets
1 bdl stone pipe .25
4 & 5
NEW HANOVER
Nov. 18 32
Brazer Hall, 1 Bx groc
1 bag pot.
5/24 scks flour .25
JW Crum, Tom Cain 4 bags chips
8 # butter .40 12.60
Mrs. Bower, 4 pcs pipe .30
Geo Washington, 100 # chips
1 bx groc
1 bag pot. .20
R.C. Crafton, 2 cs. oats
1 reel pipe .25
R. F. Barrickman, Barrickman 1 crt china ware
1 ” 1 table tin
1 carton 12 glass lamps
1 box 5 pcs glass .25
Roy Barrickman, Barrickman 1 cs A&H Soda
1 cs pearment butter
1 bdl brooms
1 cs oats
2 bags gran sugar
1 cs Tom. soup .39
Roy Barrickman, Barrickman 1 bdl glass lamps
1 bx ammuntion
1 crt gloves .25
Roy Barrickman, Barrickman 1 crt dry goods .25
?dl Tea Co Inc self, (23 pkg)
1 box china
4 ” glassware
1 bx soap
2 ” washing soap
1 tea canister
1 handle
1 glass
1 bx starch
1 bx tea
1 ” cocoa
6 bx coffee
1 ” rice
1 ” raisons
1 ” dolls 85
3.39 12.60
6 & 7
NEW HANOVER
Nov 18 1932
Cofield-Barker Co, 10 Bdls Brooms 15
” ” ” 20 cs Gloss starch 32
? transfer line ” ” “, L.T. Lines 10 cs Pit milk 26
Broadway Phar 1 drum alcohol 30
Tafel Electric Co, by cash on old acct 20.00
Chester Dabney 1 24# sack flour .40
8
NEW HANOVER
Passengers Nov 19 32
Mrs. Lettie Danner .70
Alice Stevens .70
Mr. Stockdale .35
John Flority .35
Mrs. Warren .35
Mr. Butter .60
Mrs. Williamson .50
John Fresh .25
Mrs. John Fress .50
Mr. Fresh .50
Mr. Garriot .50
Mrs. Garrot .50
Miss Emice Mahoney .50
M Brooks .35
Mrs. McManus .35
Miss – .25
Miss – .25
Mr. Robbins .35
$7.85
9
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10 & 11
NEW HANOVER
freight Nov 19 1932
? Crafton, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .15
?d Consley, ” “, 1 can cream .15
?llie Williams, ” “, 1 can cream .25
?lbur Crafton, ” “, 1 can cream .15
? Mahoney, ” “, 1 can cream .15
Garriot, ” “, 1 can cream .15
Cofield, Self, 31 bags potatoes 3100# 1.55
Mrs. Scott, 2 gal oil .10 .14
Mrs. Williams 2 gal oil .10 .14
Hunger, Ada Fresh, 12 bags flour .25
? Barker Co, Ada Fresh, 1 bag pot
2 ” salt
1 crt tobacco .25
Mrs. Williams, 3 sacks flour 1.20
? Co, S.W. Garriot, Barrickman 20 sacks Hilo S. R. 5 4.5 565
?per & Co, Roy Barrackman, Barrickman 1 Bal window lights 25
Scott Co, Roy Barrickman, 5 bags salt
3 ” sugar
1 cart Groc
5 bags salt
3 bags salt
Barrickman 1 cart meat 1.00
Roy Barrickman, 1 pkg fresh meat
?ckert, Roy Barrickman, Barrickman 1 bdl castings 15
?ron & Co, R.F. Barrickman, Barrickman 2 bags bean
1 ” ship stuf 30
Farmer Forsee, 1 Iron rod 15 .35
James Robinson, 2 gal oil .10 14
” “, 4 sacks flour Hilo SR .15 1.60
Mrs. Williams, 1 battery charged .50
Matthews & Selmeir, 1 case meat .10
R. Barrickman, cash
Thomas Allen, 1 roll gal. sheet
1 sash
Alice Stevens, by cash on acct
Walter Wheeler, 1 roll barbed wire
1 bdl nails .25
12
NEW HANOVER
Passengers Nov. 25 1932
Hallie Maxfield .25
Sam Maxfield –
Mrs. Jackson .50 Longs Ldg
Hugh Straughn .50
Galy Cornell .50
Check Dabney .50
Pinkney May .50
R.E. Staples .50
Roy May .50
Ed. Stone .50
Mr. Washburn .50
Ed. Smith .40
Pete Cornell .40
5.55
13
Hallie Maxfield .25
Sam Maxfield –
Bells B., Hugh Straughn .50
Williams, Galy Cornell .50
Fulton, Check Dabney .15
Longs, Pinkney May .50
Staples, R.E. Staples .50
Bull Cr, Roy May .50
Longs, Ed. Stone .50
Bull Cr, Mr. Washburn .50
Allota B., Ed. Smith .35
Charlestown, Peter Cornell .35
Harmony, Forest Yohum .40
Fry, Mr. Bryson .50
5.50
14 & 15
NEW HANOVER
Freight Nov 25 32
Frank Giltner, cash on acct
Omer Hooker, 1 1/8 bbl flour plaire .38
? E. Jones Oson, Check Dabney, 20 Mt Tab. baskets
?adrson Utilites Car, Central Paint Co, Jones 5 Bbl Far 2.50
? Trimble Demarat, Christian W. & O. Home, 2 bbl vegetables
6 bags ”
?ngles Drug Store, Gould Levy Co, PP 1 Box paint .25
?elds Nursery Co, Ross Seed Co, Jones 7 bags clover seed
? W. Segmon, Henry Knight Co, Jones 1 calf .50
? W. Segmon, Blue Valley Creameries, 1 can cream .25
Mrs. Andy Sampson, 1 sch flour 90
? Stone, Sugar Creek Cream, SCC 1 can cream 25
? Stone ” ” “, SCC 1 can cream .25
? May, W.A. Smith & Jons, CB 24 bags pot 2.40
E Staples, Armours Creameries, Jones 1 can cream .25
? May, 1 M.T. Drum
B Guthrie, Sugar Creek Cream, SCC 1 can Cream .25
?larence Bitzer, Clarence Bitzer, 1 box butter
CB 1 Jar milk .25
cash from match box
Omer, Hooker, 1 gal oil
J.B. Guthrie, 1 cream can MT
Ed. Smith, 1 Bsk groc
1 box
1 sck pot
1 ” Sweet pot.
1 bdl paper
1 bag groc
1 sck line .30
Irven, Dixon, 450 ft C. 1x10x12
6 pcs 2x4x12 1.20
Pickney may, 1 bbl flour
1 bg. meal
1 ” beans
2 ” onions
1 box P. Powder .45
Le Roy May, 1 can lard
1 bbl flour
1 bdl MT bags .25
Ed Smith, 5 gal oil 20.40
16 & 17
Nov 25 1932
Pinkney May, 1 bag Salt
1 drum kerosene .60
Robt Stone, 1 MT cream can
Ed Stone, 1 MT ” ”
Ed. Stone, 1 bdl groc
1 can 50# lard .10
Chas Frebery, 1 grind stone .25
1 pkg
3 bags chips 30
E. Straughn, 1 bbl flour
Chas Freberg 17 Rolls fencing 2.00
D.E. Pernith, 15 fres ceiling
36 lin. ft. molding
24 ” ” 2 1/2 ”
2 pcs 1×4 1/2 MP
36 lin ft. 1×4 #1 com.
24 ” ” 1/4 – 3/4 rd .35
Matthews and Selmer, 19 pkg groc etc .72
” “, 1 box bananas .25
” “, 2 cart. glassware
1 crt toys .25
Proctor and Gamble 1 45# lin flake white .25
Geo Yokum, cash
Hugh Straughn, 4 plank 1x10x12
2 ” 1x4x16 .13
Mrs. T.S. Banta, 1 45 # tin flake white .25
Chas Hentz, 1 bkl sugar 325# 11 .22
J.E C.F. Harper, 1 bbl dry whiting 12 .28
1 crt white lead
Fred Kolh Kobs, 1 crt Batteries
1 crt iron auto cheaters 13 .31
Chas Herstz, 10 100# schs cereal sugar
2 98# ” dark rye 36 .83
Jewel Tea Co, (10 cases)
1 bx alm ware 1 bx glass
1 Tire 1 bx ext.
1 bx baking pow.
3 box coffee
18
NEW HANOVER
Passengers Madison
Nov. 26, 1932
Beth, Chas Robson .35
“, Thomas Allen .70
John Abbott, Mr. Stockdale .35
Wise, Mrs. Forsee 3 children .35 Herald
Lees, Curtis Mount .50
“, Mr. Shelton .25
“, Mr. Shelton .25
“, Mr. Shelton (dad) .20 chg 30
John Fresh, John Fresh .25
” “, Mrs John Fresh .50
” “, Mrs. Cleo Fresh chg .50
” “, Ruby Morris .50
Spr. Creek, Mrs. Garriot .25
P.H. Mrs. Williams .25
Holloway, Mr. McMannis .35
Wise, Fr. Mahan .35
19
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20 & 21
NEW HANOVER
Freight Madison
Nov. 26, 32
Roy Barrickman, 1 bbl oil .50
Creed Rowlett, 1 can cream .15
Shllie Williams, 1 can cream .25
Wilbur Crafton, 1 can cream .15
Isaiah Williams, 1 can cream .25
W.R. Garriott, 1 can cream .15
Eunice Mahoney, 1 can cream .15
Madison Lum. Co, Carl Turner, 1 window (glazed) .25
” ” “, Roy Barrickman, R. Barrickamn 6 bags cloneret .25
Cofield Barber, Roy Barrickman, 10 25# scks salt
2 bags coffee
1 cart trays
1 ” C. flour
1 bx cheese
1 cart. groc
Cofield-Barber Co, Matthews and Selmer, 3 bags shells
2 bal salt
1 cs oats
1 cs bran
1 cs cocoa
1 crt oats
1 crt groc 1.10
James Robinson, 3# coffee
22
Passengers
Dec 1 1932
Dude Vest .50
Galy Cornell .50
Chas. Smith .50
Sam Ashby .50
2.00
23
Beth, Dude Vest .50
Williams, Galy Cornell .50
Redman, Chas Smith .50
Ashby, Sam Ashby .50
Westport, Mr. Bird .50
Tery, Mr Curt Farley, 50
“, Master Farley .50
Jabson, Mrs. Lucket & 2 children .50
Luckett, Mrs Lucket & 2 Children .50
Mr. H. Lewellan .25
4.75
24 & 25
Freight Dec. 1 32
Johnson Foundry & Mc Shops Air Reduction Sales Co, 2 M.T. gas cyl .25
?bert H. Wheeler, Isaac Rosenbaum, Jones 2 beef hides .25
Sigmon, Henry Knight Co, Jones 1 calf .50
Sigmon, Blue Valley Creamery Co, 1 can Cream .25
Staples, Theo. J. Ising, Jones 1 coop Chx .25
Staples, Armour Creameries, Jones 1 can Cream .25
Galy Cornell, 1 gal. oil .20 .40
J.B. Guthrie, 1 MT. Cream can
Mrs. Hopkins, Jones PP 1 bag chicken feed .25
Ed. Smith, Mrs. Hopkins 1 sk lime .25
Sam Ashby, 1 sk apples
1 bg chicken feed
1 bag groc .15
Mr. Dixon, 2 ? tanks
1 can tar
1 pc old linoleium
5 sash
1 roll wall board
1 bx
1 buck lard .50
Elsie Staples, 1 gun .25
E.U. Stone, 1 M.T. Cream can
Robt Stone, 1 ” ” ” ”
Sam Smith, 1 bx groc
1 sck beans
Chas Smith 2 24# sck flour .15
D.V., 4 bags sugar
1 pkg .40
R.N. Vest, 1 bx groc
1 pkg .15
Matthews and Selmier, 1 crt soap powder
1 crt drugs
1 crt tapioca
3 bags sugar
1 bx com soap
1 bag coffee
1 crt spig.
1 crt sage
1 crt cocoa
1 bag peanuts
1 crt candy
26 & 27
Freight Dec 1 1932
Matthews and Selmier, 1 bx bananas
M&S 1/2 bx oranges .25
Matthews and Selmier, 2 M.T. Wood kegs
M&S 1 crt dream stone .25
Matthews & Selmier, M&S 1 Dearm D.N. Alcohol .50
1 bx ammunition
1 crt paint in cans .25
Roy Barrickman R.F.B. 6 bags corn sugar
1 ” pints beans
5 ” navy ”
1 cs kraut
1 ct talc powder
1 cs 1/2 # coca
1 bg Eng. Walnuts 1.30
Roy Barrinkman, R.F.B. 1 crt Lantern globes
1 crt drum stone
5 roll roofing
1 crt Gak ware nested
1 crt horse nails .44
Jewel Tea Co Inc, 1 bx soap
1 ” prunes
1 jewel ?
1 bx extract
1 bsh rugs
4 bx coffee
1 tub .45
J.J. Cornell, 2 bbl flour .25
Ed. Moss, 1 bottle medicine .75
H. Lewellan, 1 hog (dead) .30
C.W. King, 1 bdl M.T. bags
28
Passenger Friday Dec 2 1932
Jess Singer
Ed. Turner
John Singer
U.S. Berry
Omer Kooker
Howard Stoner
Mrs. Ed. Turner
29
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30 & 31
NEW HANOVER to Monterey
Freight Dec 2, 1932
? Scott Co., Gale Sanders Moxley, 1 cs. raisins
1 cs dates
1 cs lamp chimneys
1 cs oysters
1 co beans
6 bags sugar
1 cs lye
1 bag beans
2 box soap
1 bdl brooms (3)
1 crt groc 1.50
32
NEW HANOVER
Montrey to Lou
Passenger Dec 4 1932
Monterey, Jess Singer
“, Ed. Turner
“, John Singer
“, U.S. Berry
“, Omer Hooker
“, Howard Stoner
Fallis, Mrs. Turner
Fallis, Mr. Thompson .50 Carr
Fallis, Mr. Thomas .50 carr
Lead Mine, James Stewart .50 harris
Su?y Side, Eneret Smith Lane chg .50
Springport, Alonza Bates .50 carr
Houston, Wm. McClure
33
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34 & 35
NEW HANOVER
Freight trip from Monterey to Lou
Dec 4 1932
John W. Cecil, Blue Valley Creamery Co, 1 can cream .25
Roy Barrickman, 1 pkg .50
C.W. King, Eberts Grain Co, Jones 35 bags Sran flower
Madison Lumber Co, S.A. Watson, 19 sheets 11 ft roofing
8 ” 10 ” ”
1 pkg nails 1.00
Reidel Bros, Geo. Staples, Barrickman 2 rolls roofing .25
Jewel Tea Co., Jones 1 Bx coffee .25
Eberts Grain Co, Jones 237 bags sunflower seed
Ed. Stone, Sugar Creek Creamery, 1 can cream .25
Robt. Stone ” ” “, 1 can cream .25
2.25
36
Louisville to Madison trip
Passengers Dec 5, 32
? Ernest Kelley .50 Hay m
? Miles Bess .50 B. Co
? Mrs. Bess .50 ” ”
? Mrs. Ashby .50 Ashby
? L. Romaris .50 Beggs
? Ruth Johnson .50 ”
? Cr William McCLure .50 Wise
?son Mrs. Morgan & Child .50 Mayfield
37
To Monterey
Passenger Dec 6 32
Madison, Mr L. Floyd .75
Brooksburg, Everet Smith .50
Carrollton, Mr. Thompson .50
“, Miss ” .50
38 & 39
Louisville to Madison
freight
Dec 5 & 6 32
Jeffersonville Dis. Co, Matthews and Selmier, 19 pkg. groc 1.03
” ” “, S.B. Smith, 16 ” ” .91
” ” “, S.B. Smith, 14 ” ” .53
?aughan Dis. Co, Maxfield Groc, 7 ” ” .49
Stratton and Terstegge, Matthews and Selmier, 1 crt toy wagon
1 bdle 12 stone pipe
1 crt handled axes
1 bdle 6 moss
2 kgs nails
1 cot Inc. lamps
1 bx hardware .35
?rocers Biscuit Co, Roy Barrickman, PP Biscat 3 bx & 1 drum .25
Price & Lucas co, R.F. Barrickman, Barrickman 1 bbl vinegar
1 cs Bottled vinegar .50
Roy Barrickman, 1 bbl oil .50
Peasler-Gauthert Cor., Peter Hoffman Sons, 1 crt Chinaware 10 .15
?ppin Transfer line, Cofield Barber Co, C.B. 15 Cs small pet milk
15 ” tall ” ” .56
Cofield-Barker Co, 1 bx saltpeter
84 CJ Glass lamp Chim .27
Chas Hentz, 1 bbl powdered milk .24
Riedel Bros, 9 boxes & Crt hdwe 14 .30
J.W. Sigmon, 1 M.T. Cream can
Perrys Ldg (Ky Riser) John W. Cecil, 1 M.T. cream can
Wm. McClure, 4 bags vegetables
1 can kraut
1 bucket molasses
Cec 6 – 32, Sim Smith, 1 bbl salt 35 2-15
?field Barber Co, Gayle Sanders, Sander 1 crt toasties
1 pg soda
10 10# bags meal
1 crt lamp flue
1 cart spagetti
3 bags sugar
10 bags salt
1 crt baking powder
1 crt batteries
1 crt catsup
1 crt lamp globes
1 cs matches
1 crt groc 1.68
40 & 41
Trip to Monterey Ky
Dec 6 32
W. Trow Co, Mrs Mays Ebersbaker, 2 bags Middlings .30
Everet Smith (Sunny Side), Self, 1 mowing machine
1 hay rake 1.00
T.M. Minish, Mrs J.M. Minish (Gratzy), Penn Suthern 3 pieces oil stove .25 .15
Everet Smith, 1 Fare Dec 4
T. Floyd, 1 meal
42
Monterey to Louisville
Passengers Dec 7 1932
Mad. , Robt Scott .25 Stevenson
Wheeler, Mrs. Morgan and Child .50 Jobson
Ross, Tara Beach .50 Louisville
“, Judge Martin .50 ” ”
Abbet, Rolland Abbott .50
Dixon, True Dixin .50 ” ” ”
” “, Ernest Kelly .40
43
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44 & 45
Monterey to Lou
Freight Dec 7
W.E. Beverly, Brooks & Co. Lou., Jones 1 calf .50
W.E. Beverly, 5 gal oil .20
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Creamery, 1 can cream .25
J.W. Quickhert, Pearl Packing Co, 1 cow 1.25
Robt Scott, 1 sck feed 4 flour bx groc .15
Robt Scott, 5 gal oil .20 .40
R.F. Barrickman Lou. Public Warehouse Co., Jones 1 box returned garden s. .25
Rolland Abbott, Montgomery, 3 cows 3.00 2.00
JW Sigmand, Blue Vally Cry, 1 can cream .25
46
Passenger
Dec 8, 1932
Louisville Ky Bethlehem Ind
Lousv, True Damon .50
Louisv, Judge Martin .50
Louis, Tom Beach .50
Rolland Abbott .50
Louis, Jessie Shal .50
47
Freight
Dec 8 1932
48 & 49
Fraight
Dec 8 1932
Carter Dry Goods Co, SB Smith, SBS 3 Packages dry goods .35
Stratlarr and Testegge Co., SBS 26 packages hardware
Lumies Place, Ed Stone, 5 packages groc .50
Petterburge Fuel C, Clarence Betzer, Bitzer 20 Bags cole 1.75
Simm? Ades Surs Co, R Barrickman, R.F.B 1 crton dry goods .25
United casket Co., Baralay ? Tunell, Jones PP 1 casket .60
W.R. Millett Lb Co., Parter Webster, 8 ? lumber .30
Louisville Tin Stove Co, Matthew Selmin, M&S 5 packages .38
Belkop Hdw Co., RF Barrickman, R.F.B. 8 peaces hdw .60
Myer Bridge Co, Clyde Fletcher, Raisor T. Co 3 peaces hdw 15 .15
Trommils Place True Dixin, 4 packages groc .30
50
Bethlehem to Louisville
Passengers Dec 9 32
Down
Beth, J.T. Maxfield .25
“, Glen Carpenter .50
Foster, Hugh Straughn .50
Staples, Mrs. Bell .50
B. Creek, Mrs. Bess .50
Dixon, Mr. Dixon .50
Ashby, Sam Ashby .50
?, Ed Smith .40
Charlestown, Pete Cornell .40
51
up
J.T. Maxfield .25
Glen Carpenter .50
Hugh Straughn .50
Longs, Mrs Bell .50
Mrs. Bess .50
Mr Dixon .50
Sam Ashby .50
Ed Smith .35
Pete Cornell .35
3.95
52 & 53
Freight
Dec 9 1932
R.E. Staples, Armour Creameries, Jones 1 Can crem .25
Mr. Dixon, 2 Boxes produce
Mrs. Bess, 1 basket produce
Pete Cornell, 1 bag & 1 basket produce
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar creek Cream, 1 can cream .25
Ed Smith, 1 bx groc 1 basket
Sam Ashby, 1 bx groc
Mrs. Bell, 1 bx groc
1 bag sugar
1 pkg .65
Arthur Matthews, 1 easel .15
Matthews & Selmier, 14 pkg groc .42
Matthews & Selmier, 2 pkg fruit .25
Hallie Maxfield, 4 ” Groc & Pot. 20
S.B. Smith, 1 floor shoes case
1 counter ”
1 comp seales 2.00
Roy Barrickman, P.F.B 3 pkg dry goods .25
Chas Kline, Jones Freight bill 4.50
54
Bethlehem to Madison
Passengers Dec 10 32
Ralston, Chas. Scott .70
Wise, Roy Barrickman
“, Mr. Stevenson .35
“, Mrs. Mahan .35
Davis, Mrs Davis .70
“, Miss Davis .70
Willis, Wilbur Crafton .60
Stevenson, Robt Scott .50
Ed Abbalts, Mat Birg .25
Boldry, Mr. Boldry & Son .50
John Fresh, John Fresh .25
” “, Mrs. John Fresh .50
Spring Cr, Mrs. Garriot .50
Farleys, Mr. Lewellan .50
Beth, Chas. Bobgian .35
Farleys, Henry Johan .25
Wise, Mr Stevenson .35
17 7.35
55
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56 & 57
Bethlehem to Madison & Return
Freight Dec 10 32
Mrs. Callie Stevenson, Jones House, chg house 2 baskets tobacco
?hel Barrickman, Pear Packing Co, 1 calf (large red) .40
Wilbur Crafton, Schlosser Bros, 1 small can cream .15
Shellie Williams, Schlosser Bros, 1 large ” ” .25
Wilbur Crafton, by cash on acct
Wilbur Crafton, 2 gal oil
Wilbur Crafton, 1 bbl oil
Mat Berg, Wadley, 1 can cream .25
Mrs. Garriot, 1 gal oil
John Fresh, 1 pkg .10
W. Trow & Co, Ada Fresh, 8 24# flour
16 12# flour .50
Cofield Babar Co, Ada Fresh, 6 pkg groc .45
R. Garriot, 1 bx groc
1 M.T. lard can
Alosn Bouldry, 9 pks groc .10
Shella Williams, 1 bx groc
W. Crafton, 2 bx groc
Farmer Farsee, 1 bag bran
Cofield Barber Groc Co, S.W. Garriot, R.F.B. 1 crt groc .25
” ” ” “, Roy Barrickman, 16 pkg groc 3 bbl 1.04
Johis Eckert’s Sons, R.F. Barrickman, 3 ” hardware .35
Robt Scott, 1 battery charged .50
Wadley, by cas on acct
Roy Barrickman, by cas on acct
5.21
58
Passengers
NEW HANOVER
Monday Dec. 12, 32
? Leonard Wheeler .50 Bull Cr
Mrs. Wheeler .50 ”
J.M. Coons .50 Lou
Mrs. bess .50 Bull Cr.
Mrs. Davis (Wheeler) .50 Waller L?
Cecil Berry .50 Beth
Mrs. Ross .50 Beth
Mrs. Jackson .50 Wise Ldg
Mr. Cecil House .75 Gratz
Mrs. Cecil House .75 Gratz
59
Passengers
Dec 13 1932
Carrollton P.M. Thomas .50 Fallis
Worthville B. Johnson .50 Nar?
60 & 61
Freight
Monday Dec. 12 – 32
Roy Ross, Dan Lehan Lou., Jones 1 pkg. meat .25
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream., Jones 1 can cream .25
Boat, Gulf Refining Co, Jones 1 M Foil Pobl 12 .25
Mrs. Bess, 6 bags coal .70
Geo Washington, 3 bags sugar .50 .40
National Grocery Co, Matthews and Selmier, 13 pkg groc .35
Mrs. Bess, 1 meal
Mrs. Jackson, 3 bags potatoes
1 bag
1 box chickens .30
M. Wolf & Sons, Prentice Scott, 13 pkg groc .50
Brodas & Gheen, R.F. Barrickman, 7 pkg candy .25
Louisville Joburg House Roy Barrickman, 1 crt Dry goods .25
Wheeler Davis, 1 lot household 5.00
1 boat 1.00
Denerzio Fruit Co, A. Dasta Madison, 16 cr grapes
2 bags cocoanuts
1 bx lem.
3 bx oranges 1.02
Fulton Conway & Co., C.J. McAnally Balds Ldg, 5 bags Smithing Coal 1.50
Mr. Marksbury, 1 bbl oil 1.50 4.40
W.E. Beverly, 1 bbl oil 1.10 4.40
W.E. Beverly, 1 bbl salt .35 2.15
Gayle Sanders, 1 crt dry goods .35
Hampton Cracker Co, Gayle Sanders, PP 5 bx crackers
1 Drum crakcers .35
Prentice Scott, by cas rebated
Dec. 13 – 32
Trow Co., Mrs. May Ebersbaker, 5 bags middlings .75
Elmer E. Scott, Gayle Sanders, 3 bags sugar
1 ca fire works
1 cs malt
1 cs pickles
1 crt groc
1 crt fireworks .67
16.79
62 & 63
Freight etc
Tuesday
Dec 13 – 32
Raisor Trans. Co, by cash
James Robinson, ” ”
? Carrolton W.H. Co, Ernest Beverly, 50 M.T. Tobacco baskets
” ” ” “, Roy Marksberry, 44 ” ” ” ”
” ” ” “, Jim Thompson, 12 ” ” ” “
64
Monterey to Louisville
passengers Dec. 14 32
Monterey, Isaac L. Carter .50 Carrollton
Fallis, Mr. Floyd –
Nards, Pete Johnson .50 Worthville
Madison, Jim Robinson .35 woodyard
“, Mr. Stockdale .35 Jobson
“, Mr. penington .35 Jabson
Bowyer, Chet Dabney .50 Louisville
“, Jerry Dejarnett .50 Louisville
“, Elmer Dejarnett .50 Louisville
Redman, Chas Smith .50 Louisville
65
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66 & 67
Monterey to Louisville
freight
Dec 14 1932
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Creamery, Grutz 1 can cream .25
John W. Cecil, Blue Valley Cream., Turners 1 ” ” .25
Gayle Sanders, Tatum Embry & Co., Mothers amil 1 sun colored calf .50
Tom O’Banion, Tatum Embry & Co, Wheatter, mail 12 hogs at 35c 4.20
Planters Tob WH. Co, Jones & Stephenson, Stephenson 6 MT
” ” ” ” “, James A Chappel, Houston 10 ” ” ” ”
” ” ” ” “, Chas. Scott, Jabson, 12 ” ” ” ”
” ” ” ” “, Walter Luckett, Jabson 10 ” ” ” ”
Jones Tob. WH Co., J.W. Sigman, Sigman 12 ” ” ” ”
Chas Waterfield, Lou Jones 1 Bal 2 Old chairs .25
Nola Raisar, Tatum Embry & Co, Milton Ky R.4 Mail 1 calf .50
Dejarnett and Dabrey Bernhurn Lane, Tab. WH. Jones 11 bask. Tobacco 25 per 100
68 & 69
Passengers
Dec 15 32
up
Lou, Brazier Hall
“, Chas. Smith .50 Redman
“, Henry Geis .50 West Port
” Mr. Smith .40 Dolta B
Freight Dec 15 32
Oscar Farmer & Sons Mrs. Hopkins, Jones 1 bag M.G. eggmare
2 sck corn
1 bale straw .45
Mrs. Hopkins, Jones 1 dble dog food .10
Clarence Bitzer, 1 bg. meal
1 bbl 8 sk flour
2 boxes
1 chain drive
1 rubber hose
4 sck. lime 1.05
Sugar Creek Cream. Co, S.B. Smith, CB PP 1 bx sulphuric acid
1 platform scales
1 hand tester
4 bx supplies
1 10 gal tank
10 MT cans (cream)
1 oil stove
1 metal sign .95 .30
Dec. 17 Thomas Cain, by cash on acct
” 20 Pearl Packing Co, ” check ” ”
” ” Tatum Embry & Co, ” ” ” ”
” ” Sugar Creek Cream ” ” ” ”
Dec 22-23
Matthews & Selmier, 17 pkg groc. .60
Hallie Maxfield, 7 pkg groc. .32
Roy Ross, 1 basket apples 1 box .25
70
NEW HANOVER
Passengers
Dec 23 32
Beth., Mrs. Hallie Maxfield
“, D.J. Dean .50
Johson, Walter Luckett .50 Lou
Staples, R.E. Staples .50
Bowyer, Elmer Dejarnett .50
Haymaker, Mr. Craig .50
Ashby, Sam Ashby .50
Lotta B., Ed. Smith .40
Charlestown, Pete Cornell .40
Redman, Chas. Smith .50
3.80
71
Mrs. Hallie Maxfield
D.J. Dean .50
Wlater luckett .50
R.E. Staples .50
Elmer Dejarnett .50
Sam Ashby .50
Ed. Smith .35
Pete Cornell .35
Chas. Smith .50
Lou, Linzie Abbott .50
Lou, Lillian Abbott .50
Mr. Dixon .50
4.70
72 & 73
NEW HANOVER
Freight
Dec 23 1932
Jack Clemmons, Mrs. Ed Hollenbeck, 1 box vegetables etc .25
Roy Ross, Dan Lehan, Jones 2 bxs produce .25
J.W. Sigmon, Henry Knight & Sons, Jones 1 small red calf .50
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream, 1 10 gal cream
1 5 ” ” .50
Clarence Redman, Chas Smith, C.B. 5 gal oil 20 40
Elmer Dejarnett, 5 gal ” 20 40
Grace Holloway, Mary Anna Holloway, PP CB 1 box food .25
M. Dejarnett, 1 box groc
8 bags sugar
John Kelley, 1 bag sugar
1 bx groc
1 sk onions .25
Same Ashby, 2 bx groc
Ed. Smith, 1 sk groc
” “, 1 basket 1 bx 1 sk flour .15
National Groc Co, Hallie Maxfield, 1 bag sugar .15
Jess Singer, J.S. 1 Pulley 1.14
1 Pr 176 cam rod liners .68
Ballard & Ballard & Co, Hallie Maxfield, prepaid 8 24# sk flour
16 12# ” ”
16 24# ” ” .77
Stratton & Terstegge Co, Roy Barrickman, 1 coil cotton rope
1 bdle 4 cst iron skillets
1 bx heavy str. hings
1 crt stove boards .25
W.P. Garriot, Spr. Creek 1 bdl MT sacks
Stratton Terstegge Co, Square Deal Fur. Co., 4 bales cot Mattresses 10 .15
Jewel Tea Co, Jewel Tea Co 1 bx cookies
1 bx soap
1 bx wash pow.
1 bx crackers
1 tire
1 cleaner
1 box lod ex.
4 bx coffee
1 bx rolled oats
1 bdle tubs 46
Belknap Hdw. & Mfg Co, Chris Eckert, 1 cr bird cages
1 ” ” ” .15
74 & 75
Freight Dec 23 – 32
Belknap Hdw. & Mfg Co, Riedel Bros, 30 rolls prepared roofing
5 kegs nails 1.59
J.W. Sigmon, Jones Tob. W.H. Co, 3 baskets tab.
Stratton Terstegge Co, McKay Bros, 1 bx auto batteries
1 crt en. ware
1 pl. mop handle
1 crt washboards
1 crt dove .23
Carter Dry Goods, Frank Welsh (Lanes Ky), 1 crt dry goods rebate .10 .35
Ballard & Ballard Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 24 24# sx flour .75
C.L. Jewell & Son, V.B. Wilhoite, 40 bags middlings
100 ba 32 bags oats 9.90 52.00
Roy Marksbury, 1 bbl salt .32 2.15
Roy Barrickman, 2 bbl oil 1.10 8.80
V.B. Wilhoit, coon 10% 1.00
76
Passengers Dec 24 32
Beth, Grace Singer
“, Junior Singer
“, Nelson Matthews
Huston, Lester McDowell .70
Woodard, Jim Robinson .70
Miles, Mr. Harry Gaylord .70
“, Mrs. ” ” .70
Mar. Hill, Mr. Wise .60
Willis, Miss Williams .60
Pres Hal. Isaac Williams .50
Stevenson, Robt Scott .50
Ed. Abbotts, Mat Birg .50
“, Master Birg .50
Lees, Mr. Shelton .50
“, Master ” .25
John Forest, John Fresh .25
” “, Mrs. ” ” .50
” “, Cleo Fresh .50
Lucketts, Mr. J.D. Jones .50
John Farley, Alfred Farley chg .25
Cooper, Mr. J. H. Raisor .25
Mar. Hill, B.D. Crafton .60
Stevenson, Mr. Ashby .25
Spring Cr., Mrs Garriot .25
Saluda, James H. Miksel .60
Lee, Chas Conrad .25
Sam Perkinson .25
Lucket, Ruben Jones .35 Beth
11.30
77
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78 & 79
Freight
Dec 24 32
B.D. Crafton, Wadley, chg Wadley 1 coop chickens .25
Wood Consley, Schloser Bros, 1 can cream .15
Isaac Williams, ” ” 2 cans cream .25
Isaac Williams, Ferd King, 1 can Mollasses .25
Jones & Stevenson, Planters House, P.H 3 baskets tob. 20c per 100
Robt Scott, Pearl Packing Co, 1 spotted calf .40
Robt Scott, 1 battery to be charged
Robt Scott, cash on account
Matt Birge, Wadley, chg Wadley 1 can cream .15
Issaac Williams by cash on old acct
” “, 1 gal oil
Jones tob. WH Co, by cash for freight
Lester McDowel, 1 bag potatoes .10
Planters house, J.H. Kiksel Saluda, 16 MT tob baskets
A. Wise, 20 ” ” ” ”
Jim Robinson, 16 ” ” ” ”
Cofield Barber, Matthews & Selmier, chg M&S 1 cs pine apple
2 ” raisins
1 bx dry peaches
1 dbl paper bags
1 cs oats
1 bg sugar
1 cs ”
1 crt groc .25
Madison Fur Store, M.G. Stackhouse, 1 kitchen cabinet .35
John Fresh, 1 package groc .10
John Buchanan, 1 piece welded .10 .20
Wilbur Crafton, 32 sck flour 4 bbl. 1.00
3.35
80
To Monterey
Passenger
Dec 27 -32
Beth, W.G. Holloway .35 Mart.
Madison, Mr. Floyd – Fallis
Carrolton, Mrs. Browning .50 Browings
” Miss ” .50 ”
1.35
81
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82 & 83
To Monterey
Freight
Dec 27 – 32
McKay Bros., see page 74
Frank Welsh, ” ” ”
J.L. Craigmyle, ” ” ”
Roy Marksbury, ” ” ”
V.B. Wilhoite, ” ” ”
Cofield-Barber Groc. Co, Mrs. Chas. E. Marshall, 2 bbl flour in wood
1 cs. spinach 45#
2 10 meal 26#
1 bbl salt
1 cs. groc 35# 1.20
W. Trow & Co, Mrs. May Ebersbaker, 10 bags Middlings 1000# 1.50
Blue Valley Cream, W.E. Beverley, 1 M.T. Cream can
2.70
84 & 85
From Monterey to Louisville
Passengers
Dec 28 32
Moors Ldg, Mr. Sam Thompson 4 children .50
Mrs. ” ” .50
Miner, E.L. McMannis .50 Green
Lewellan, Mrs. Lewellan .25
1.75
86 & 87
From Monterey
Freight
Dec 28 32
Gayle Wallace, 1 box .25
Roy marksbury, Independent W.H Co Carrolton, 11 baskets tobacco 25c per 100#
Roberta Beverly, ” ” ” ” “, 3 ” ” ” ” ”
W.E. Beverly, ” ” ” ” “, 14 ” ” ” ” ”
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Creamery Gratz, B 2 cans cream .50
Alonze Bates, pearl Packing Co Madison, 1 calf .50
Ed McMannis, self green, 15 bags corn 40
Madison, Jones W.H., John Singer, 20 M.T. tob. baskets
Earl S. Miles, S. Goodman & Sons, Jones 112 bdls hides 12c per
2 sks. wool 100#
Val Dietz, S. Goodman & Sons, Jones 22 bdl. hides 900# 1.08
Mrs. Holderfield, Jones 10 sk field corn
1 sk pop corn .50
3.23
88
NEW HANOVER
Passengers
Dec 30 32
In bound
Beth, Edith Turner –
Ashby, Sam Ashby .50
Lotta B., Ed. Smith .50
Charlestown, Pete Cornell .50
1.50
89
out bound
Beth, Edith Turner –
Ashby, Sam Ashby .25
Lotta B., Ed Smith .25
Pete Cornell .25
Westport, Mrs. Tompson .50
Crutchfield, Mr. Fields .50
Beth, Mrs Anita Farley –
“, Miss Norma Turner –
“, Miss Betty Turner –
90 & 91
Bethlehem to Louisville
Freight
Dec 30 32
S. Goodman & Sons, see page 86
” ” “, ” ” 86
Mrs. Holderfield, ” ” 86
Blue Valley Cream ” ” 86
Clarence Bitzer, self, Bitzer 2 baskets butter .25
R.E. Staples, Armour Creameries, Jones 1 can cream .25
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Crea, 1 ” ” .25
Mrs. Hopkins, 2 sks corn .25
Same Ashby, 1 sk corn –
Jos. Denunze’s Fruit Co, S.B. Smith, 1 bx apples
Ky. Cheese Co, S.B. Smith, 1/2 bx oranges .25 2.90
1 10# delmar .15
The Belknap Hdw Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 crt Fur. polish in glass
1 bdle 12 house brooms
1 crt chinaware
2 crt soap
1 crt iron hinges .25
The Overbacker Coffee Co, Matthews and Selmier, 2 bags coffee .25
Jess Singer, 1 cylinder head gasket out
1 ” ” ” inner
2 # OE Suction value spring .25
Vaughn Groc. Co, Roy Barrickman, 4 cs OK Macaroni
1 cs ” ” spiggitti
1 bag pinto beans
2 ” 10/10 sugar .40
Louisville Tin & Stove Co, R.F. Barrickman, 1 cook stove
1 closet .33
Progress Fur. Co, Carol McDowell, 1 dresser
1 glass .35
Jewel Tea Co, self Madison, 1 bx earthen ware
1 ” soap
2 ” washing powder
1 cleanser
1 calendar
6 bx coffee
1 ” rice
1 Jewel news .60
3.63
100 & 101
Freight
Jan 3 32 [should be 33]
forwarded 9.82
Ed. Reynolds, 1 coop chx checks
1 featherbed
1 pig boxed
1 bx notions .50
Frank Welsh, rebate 10c
” “, corn 10c
” “, cash
10.32
102
trip
Monterey to Louisville
Passengers
Jan 4 33
Browning, Mrs. Browning .50 Carrollton
Miss Browning .50 ”
Crawford, Mr Howell 3 children .50 Carrollton
” Mrs ” .50 ”
Miners, Mr. Ball .50 ”
Carrollton, James Ellis .50 willis
Madison, Robt Scott .20 Stevenson
“, Oscar Walker – Lou.
Abbotts, Frank Martin .50 Lou.
Dixon Cann, I Dixon 10x rebate .75 round trips
4.45
103
NEW HANOVER
104 & 105
NEW HANOVER
Freight
Jan 4 1932
Mrs. W.B. Clemmonts, Brooks & Co, Jones 1 hog .50
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Creamery, 1 can cream .25
J.W. Cecil, Blue Valley Creamery, 2 cans cream .50
Planters Tob. WH Co, C.A. Harp, 12 MT tob caskets
” ” ” ” “, E. Straughn, 24 ” ” ”
Henry King, A. B. Smith & Co., 9 Lambs 1.35
Homer King, A.B. Smith & Co., 2 lambs .30
McCord Co, Carter Dry Goods Co, CB PP, 2 Bales cotton twine .30
New Hanover, Fisher Bros Henry, 1 ton hay 1.50
Mahorney Preston, 5 gal oil .20 .40
Ernest Dunlap, Brooks & Co., Jones 4 black hogs 1.20
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Creamery, 4 cans cream 1.00
Fisher Bros, 5 gal oil .20 .40
Jan 5
J.S. Jones, by cash on acct
7.10
NEW HANOVER
Freight
Thurs Jan 5 33
J.B. Guthrie, 1 M.T. cream can
John Kelley, 2 bgs hominy meal
2 ” sugar
1 bx groc .40 1.50
Mr. Dixon, 1 bag surg 1 bag ? .15
Jack Clemmons, 4 barn sash glazed 8/110 .25 1.68
Stratton and Sterstegge Co, S.B. Smith, 1 bale 2 gal tubs
2 crates 12 washboards
4 crt tinware not nexted
1 crt hdwe
1 bx tin ware .25
Chicago Ind. & Lou. RR, T.W. Garriott, 3 boxes med, .25 .50
Grocers Biscuit Co, Roy Brickerman, Jones 1 drum STC .25
1.55
106
NEW HANOVER
Passengers
Jan 6 32 [should be 33]
Beth, Mrs. John Danner .50
“, Alice Stevens .50
“, Walter Stoner .75
Williams, Gayle Cornell .75
Longs, Henry Hutsel .75
Meads, John Adcock .75
Redman, Chas. Smith .75
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Lotta B, Ed. Smith .75
Noes, Alf Brading .50
Bull Cr., Ernest ” .50
7.25
107
NEW HANOVER
108 & 109
NEW HANOVER
Frieght
Jan 6 32 [should be 33]
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
R.E. Staples, Armours Creameries, 1 can cream .25
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Creameries, mailed 1 can cream .25
Ed. Smith, 1 basket groc.
1 bx ”
Chas Smith, 1 bx ”
2 sh flour
M.L. Hyman, Alfred Brading, 1 iron bed
2 rails
1 spring
1 dresser
2 chairs .40
J.J. Cornell, 1 bdl groc
The Hampton Cracker Co, Matthews and Selmier, PP CB 3 bx crackers
1 drum ” .25
National Groc Co, Matthews and Selmier, 3 bags sugar
2 ” dry beans
2 bx soap
1 cs matches
2 cs canned veg.
1 crt laundry blueing
1 crt drugs in glass
1 crt tobacco
1 crt
1 cs canned beans
1 crt table salt
1 crt epson salts
2 kegs were nails
1 crt coffee
1 cs canned milk
1 crt soap powder
1 crt sugar 1.20
Stratton and Terstegge Co, Ben Beach, 1 coil wire bed spring
1 wood dresser wrapped
1 bale single cotton Matters
1 bdl steel bed end
1 bdl ” ” rails .60
3.20
110 & 111
Frieght
Jan 6 33
Denunzio Fruit Co, Matthews and Salmier, 1 bx apples
1 ” bananas
1 bg cabbage old
1 bu kale
2 bsk leaf lettuce
1 pkg lemons .25
Louisville Groc. Co., S.B. Smith, 2 bags sugar
1 cs blueing .25
Belknap-Hampton Tob. Co, Cofield-Barber Gro. Co, Jones PP 1 bx plug tob .25
Jewel Tea Co, Jewel Tea Co, 1 bx soap
2 bx W. powder
1 pan cake flour
1 bx starch
1 bx cocoanut
1 bx peanut butter
3 bx coffee .40
Louisville Cooperage Co, W. Trow & Co, 25 Slack Bbls. 37 .40 .88
Peaslee-Gaulbert Car, Wetzel Drug Store, 7 cs glass bottles
1 blol epson salts
1 crt Fray seed .25 .55
Peaslee-Gaulbert Car, Ingles Drug Store, 1 crt dry cell batts.
1 ” dry agi insecticide
1 ” sand paper
1 cs caster oil
4 cs glass bottles
1 bbl plaster Paris
1 crt bronzing liquid .39
Peaslie Gaulbert Car, J.E. C.F. Harper Co, 1 crt dry print 10 .15
Louisville Groc Co, Chas Hentz, 1 bbl sugar 11 .24
Altsheler & Co, John H. Rakes, Jones 1 bag coffee .25
Stratton Terslegge Co, McKay Bros, 1 coil cotton rope
1 carton hdwe .25
Geo. H. Gould & Son Inc, Hom. A. Ullrich, Raiser 4 ct drugs .25
4.31
112
Passengers
Jan 7 32 [should be 33]
Ruben Jones .35 lucketts
John Hall, henry Rowelett .35
” “, Mr Stockdale .35
Roy Stockdale .35
Woodyard, Jim Robinson .50
Wise, Mr. – .35
Kings, John Hatcher .50
Saluda, James Mixel .50
“, Mrs. ” .50
Stevenson, Robt. Scott .35
“, Mrs. Scott .35
“, Master Scott –
Lee, Mr. Shelton .35
“, Curt Mount .35
Boldry, Mr. Boldry & Son .35
John Fresh, John Fresh .25
Wm. Farris .35
Mrs. Farris .35
Lucketts, Miss Jones .35
“, Master ”
John Farley, Daisy Lewellan .35
Lee Wise, Mrs L. Day .35
Lee Wise, Mr. Goodman .25
Woods, Matt Birg .25
Wise, Mr. Stone .35
Wood, Glen Birge –
Beth, Inez Kelly .25
8.60
113
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114 & 115
Freight
Jan 7 32 [should be 33]
J.W. Sigmon, Jones Tob W.H., 7 baskets tobacco 2.80
J.H. Chappell, 3 lard cans sorghum .50
Walter Luckett, Planters W.H., 10 MT tob baskets .60
Henry Rowlett, Jones Tob. WH, 15 baskets tob
James Morgan, Jones Tob WH, 4 ” Tob
Roy L. Stockdale, Hughes House, 2 ” ”
Prentice Scott, Hughes House, 3 ” ”
Jim Robinson, Planters House, 8 ” ”
S.H. Craig, Sulzer Bros, 1 beef hide .15
Lee Crafton, Pearl Packing Co, 1 calf .40
John W. Hatcher, Hughes House, 3 baskets tob .66
Isaac Williams, Schlosser Bros, 2 cans cream .50
Isaac Williams, 1 gal oil .04 .08
Robt Scott, John Wiener, 1 coop chx .25
Robt Scott, 5 gal oil .20 .40
John Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 2 small cans cream .25
Wm Farris, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .15
Wm Farris, John Wiener, 1 coop chx .25
Nell Jones, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .15
Mr. Farris, 5 gal oil .20 .40
Daisy Lewellan, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .15
Daisy Lewellan, 2 gal oil .08 .16
Mrs L. Day, Pearl Packing Co., 1 calf .40
Wm Farris, 2 pieces piping .10
Isaac Williams, coffee 17
crackers 19
bread 12
meal 10
soap 10
macaroni 10
bologny 10
flour 35
coffee 19
matches 5
sugar 20
meal 15
oil 12
Robt Scott, 2 gal oil
116 & 117
Jan 7 32 [should be 33]
Robert Scott, 1 bag feed .10
Planters House, John Hatcher, 14 MT tob bas
G.Hunger, Thomas C. Bladen, 1 bale straw
2 bgs feed .25
Mr. Boldry 1/2 bbl flour .10
W. Trow Co, S.W. Garriat, 2 bbl flour .55 5.45
Cofield-Barker Groc Co, Roy Barrickman, 1 bx cheese
1 ” dry peaches
2 cs oats
1 cs oats
1 bdl mops
3 cs matches
1 crt groc
1 crt drugs .30
Madison Lumber Co, R.F. Barrickman, 1 door
2 bot. sash
1 bx 9 lts glass .25
Ed. Jackson, 1 bdl bed ends
1 ” ” spring
1 ” cotton Mattres
1 roll flex flooring .35
W.H. Miller, E.G. Jackson, 1 bdl. ridge roll
1 ” gutter
1 roll valley tin
1498 ft gal. roofing
1 box nails and fittings .75
2.65
118
passegers
Jan 9 33
Beth, Mrs. Grace Singer
“, Catherine Singer
“, Hallie Maxfield
Dixon Camp, John Kelley .40
Beth, D.E. Pernett .50
Lou., Mrs. Holderfield .50 Burkhardt
Harmony, Mrs. ” .50 sigman
Woods, Jim Robinson
Squaw Crk., Mr. Phillips .35
Stevenson, Robt Scott .20
“, Mrs. Robert Scott .20
Bells B., Elihm Straughn .35
” “, E. Kemp .35
119
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120 & 121
Freight
Jan 9 1933
Roy F. Barrickman, Isaac Rosenbaum & Co, Jones 1 beef hide .25
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
J.C. Bitzer, Henry Fischer pack Co, mail 21 hogs 5.25
1 steer 1.00
J.C. Bitzer, Bitzer, 2 MT Oil bbl .50
J.C. Bitzer, Bitzer, 1 bbl oil .75
Auto Electic Co., Matthews and Selmier, 1 electric motor .25
National Groc Co, Mrs. Hallie Maxfield, 1 crt peanut butter
5 bdls paper bags
1 crt rice
1 crt washing powder
1 bag sugar
3 ” beans
1 cs matches
3 cs canned veg.
1 bg neal
1 bg salt
1 crt rolled oats
1 crt corn flake
1 box dry peaches
1 crt sugar
1 bag coffee .89
Lamppin Warehouse Co, Cofiled Barber Co Mad, C.B. 10 cs Fall Pet Milk .52
Merchants Wholesale Groc Co, McKay Bros, Brooksburg, 1 co oats
1 cs cherries
1 cs milk
1 cs apple butter
1 bag sugar
1 cs notions .25
Standard Sanitary Mfg Co, J.H. Pohlman Mad, 3 bdl W.I pipe 12 .28
E. Straughn, Planters House, 6 baskets tob
E. Straughn & E. Kemp, Planters House, 8 ” ”
cash from match machine
12.04
122
passangers
Jan 10 32 [should be 33]
Madison, Mr. Floyd .50 Lockport
Carrllton, Mrs. Stewart .50 Maxley
“, Mrs. Deweese .50
Worth?, Guy Reynolds .50 Above Brow
“, Clarence ” .50 Thompson
123
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124 & 125
Madison to Monterey
Freight
Jan 10 33
Pearl Packing Co, P.T. Walters Carrallton, C.B. PP 1 drum lard 1 bx meat .45
W. Trow Co, Frank Welsh, 16 24# Hilo self rising f
Elmer E. Scott Co, Gayle Sanders, 1 100# scratch feed .65
1 cs oysters
2 bags bean
1 bx corn .25
Cofield Barber Groc Co, to matches .85c
Merchants Wholesale Groc Co, Frank Welsh, 2 bags potatoes
1 cs macaroni
1 cs notions com 10c .35
Trimble Milling Co, j.L. Craigmyle, 24 sks flour in 24# P .75
Blue Valley Cream, W.E. Beverly, 2 MT cream cans
” ” “, J.W. cecil, 2 ” ” ”
Boat, J.L. Craigmyle, 1 bbl oil .55
Boat, J. H. Jady Montery, Wilhorte 5 bags Ohio river salt
5 bags Northern Ohio ” 1.50 62
Independent Product Co Madison, Mrs. Mahorney, 1 M.T. coop
Prentice Meeks, to wharfage 1.40
Indiapendent W.H. Co, Mason and Rush Browning Lutz, 24 pieces tob baskets .20
” ” ” “, Sam Browning 20 ” ” ”
Marshal & Harris, J.L. Powers, 20 ” ” ”
Independent WH Co, Ernest Beverly, 20 ” ” ” 2 bdls
Atkinson Bros Co, Lee Sanders, 1 bdl shingles
1 roll roofing .20
A.W. Sanders, 1 sow and 8 pigs crated .50
4.95
126
Monterey to Louisville
Passengers
Jan 11 32 [should be 33]
Fallis, Mr. Floyd –
Lockford, Mr. Hackett meal chg 50
“, Mr. S. Nevell .50 Susie Green
Dreun?, Will H. Sanders .50 Lock
Mad. , Chris. Selmier – Beth
“, Robt Scott .20 Stevenson
“, Mrs. Robert Scott .20 ”
“, Passenger .20 Luckets
“, C. Stockdale .35 John Abbotts
“, R. Stockdale .35 ” ”
“, Miss ” .35 ” ”
“, Jim Robinson & friend .50 Woodyard
Burkhartt, Mrs Holderfield .50 Louisville
John Fresh, Mrs. John Fresh & boy .35 Jobson
Abbott, Mr Scott Pf
Hemp, Dic? Fisher .75
Camp, Mr Dixon .75
“, Mrs Dixon .40
127
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128 & 129
Freight
Jan. 11, 1933
W.E. Beverly, blue Valley Cream, 2 cans cream .50
Leonard Mahoney, Armours Cream, Jones 1 can cream .25
Floyd and Hackett, Independent Tob W.H., 14 baskets tob 25c per 100
Eula Hackett ” ” ” “, 1 ” ” ” ” ”
Howard Hackett ” ” ” “, 2 ” ” ” ” ”
Mr Bates, 1 cow (ferry) .75
John Adams, 1 cow (ferry) .75
John W. Cecil, Blue Valley Creamery Co, 1 can cream
Planters W. H Co, Joe Hall, 6 MT tob baskets
Planters W.H. Co, Harry Gaylard, 8 MT ” ”
2.40
Passengers Jan 13, 32 [should be 33]
in bound
Bell B, Hugh Straughn .50
Bowyer, Elmer Dejarnett .50
” Dejarnett .50
Staples, R.E. Staples .50 Jeffersonville
Bull Cr, Tom Staples .50
Lotta B, Ed Smith .50
Charlestown, Pete Cornell .50
3.50
Passengers Jan
Out Bound
Hugh Straughn
R.E. Staples
Tom Staples
Ed Smith
Pete Cornell
130 & 131
Freight
Thur. Jan 12 33
Jeffersonville Dis. Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 cs Glassware oats
1 cs bliss coffee
1 cs V. quick oats
1 cs 5# pennant
1 crt .20
Jeff. Distributing Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 cs velvet soap
2 bx prunes
1 cs van camp yel. soap
1 cs 32 oz peanut butter
1 cs 16 ” peanut butter
1 cs salmon
2 cs fine 30 coffee
2 bags sugar bulk
4 ” 10/10 E gram sugar
1 estall pet milk
1 cs 2 1/2 homeny
1 cs rice crispies
1 doz brooms
1 cs clabber B.P.
1 cs ? mustard
1 cs owl lamp chim 1.10
J.F. Kurfees Paint Co, R.T. Barrickman, 3 crt paint .25
Mr. Dixon, groceries .30
Dick Fisher, 5 gal oil .20 .40
Gaynes Lotz, 1 box .40
Alf Brading .30
U.S. Berry, 1 Stove and 1 box parts .40
3.15
132 & 133
Freight
Jan 13 1933
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
Albert Davis, Sam Giltner, 1 cow & calf 1.00
R.E. Staples, Armours Creameries Co, Jones 1 can craem .25
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Creamery, 1 can cream .25
Boat, Gulf refining Co, Jones 1 M.T. Oil bbl. .25
Ed. Smith, 1 basket
1 bx groc.
Jimmies Place, Tom Staples, 8 24# sk flour
1 50# can lard
1 100# Sk sugar
1 bx bacon .50
Andrew Jackson, 1 100# bag sugar
1 bx groc .25
Elihue Straughn, 5 bgs sugar
4 sk flour
1 bx .65
Denunzio Fruit Co, SB Smith, 1 bask apples 1.40
1 ” leaf lettuce .50
1 bx bananas 1.60
1 bg. potatoes 1.00
1 bx orange 1.65 .25
Jeff. Dist Co, S.B. Smith, 3 bags beans .30
Louisville Groc Co, S.B. Smith, 2 bags sugar
1 bx soap
2 bags bean
1 cs oats
1 crt .50
Denerizeo Fruit Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 bananas
1 bg cabbage old
2 bsk kale
2 bsk lettuce leaf
1 pkg lemons .25
Ohio Valley Groc. Co, Matthews and Slemier, 1 cs bran flake
2 cs salt
2 cs b. powder
1 cs p.n butter
1 cs vinegar
1 cs beans
2 bx groc
1 cs oats .43
Pete Cornell, 5 gal. oil .20
5.35
134 & 135
Freight
Jan 13 33
Stratton & Terstegge Co, Roy Barrickman, 1 crt 6 washboards
1 bale 6 cotton mops
1 bx dry cell bat.
1 bx on. ware .25
Lou. Cement Co, Cofield-Barber Groc Co, 20 pa hydroate lime .50
Lou. Pottery Co, ” ” ” ” , 25 5 gal jugs 5c each .25
Peaslee-Gaulhert Car, Ingles Drug Store, 1 crt dry cell bat
1 ” ” ” ” .10 .15
Peaslee-Gaulhert Car, Maddox Motor Co, 2 kgs white lead in oil .15
Jewel Tea Co, self, 3 bxs earthenware
2 ” glassware
1 bx swap
2 bx wash powder
1 bx crackers
1 bx buiscuit flour
1 bx cleanser
1 bx p.n. butter
5 bsx coffee .75
Lou. Grocery Co, Culver and Riley, 2 cs macaroni
1 cs raisins
1 cs pickles
1 cs tomatoes .25
2.30
136
P
Sat Jan 14 33
Beth, Budie Singer
Beth, Nora Singer
Beth, Inez Kelley 2 children .25
Ralston, Chas Scott .50
John Abbott, Jap Stockdale .35
Woodyard, Jim Robinson .50
” ” Mr – .25 pd. 25c Madison
Boyer, Ed. Bowyer .50
” Mrs ed. Bowyer .50
” Mr – .35
Stevenson, Mrs. Scott .35
“, Master Scott –
Lee, Mr W. Shelton .35
“, Master Shelton .25
“, Mr. J. Shelfton .35
“, Mr. Sexton .35
“, Mr. House .35
“, Mr. Shelfton .25
John Fresh, John Fresh .35
” “, Cleo Fresh .35
Spring Co., Mrs. Garriot .35
Luckett, Mr. Williams .35
“, Mr Lewellan .35
“, Mr Jack Jones .35
Page, Miss Schimfessel .35
P Handle, Loren Turner –
Lucket, Mrs Jack Jones .25
“, Mr. Jones .35
Bowyer 9.50
137
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138 & 139
Madison
Freight
Sat. Jan 14 33
Jap Stockdale, 3 hogs .90
John Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .15
Eunice Mahoney, Schlosser Bros, 1 ” ” .15
Cleo Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 ” ” .15
Mrs. Garriot, 5 gal oil .20
Jack Jones 2 ” ” .06
Dillard Williams, 3 ” ” .12
Miss Schunfessel, Devmon 5 ” ” .20
Gus Schimfessel, Mrs. Antle, 2 bx chix .25
Ed Turner, 1 gal .04
John Eckert’s Sons, Robt. Scott, 1 stone .35
Cofield Baber, Ada Fresh, 19 pkg. groc .35
W. Trow Co, R.F. Barrickman, 5 bbl flour 1.25
R.F. Barrickman, collecting note .10
4.30
Jess Singer, 1 lb coffee
1 lb butter
1 pc. beef
1 lb butter
6 gal feed oil
Boat, 25# can lard
140
Passengers
Mon. Jan 16
Beth., Ben beach .50
“, Dude Vest .75 RT Jeff
“, Mr. Ferguson meeds
Lou, Mrs Kline .50 Klein
Jeff, Icle Graves .50 Beth.
Lou., Mrs Prentice Scott .75 John Abbott
Jabson, Mrs. Fresh .35 John Fresh
M.F. McClure .30 Wise
King, John Hatcher .30 chg
M. Hill, A. Wise .30 chg
4.25
141
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142 & 143
Freight
Mon. Jan 16
Eagle Cotton Mills Co, Belknap Hardware, C.B. 1 bale cotton Ball wicking .30
Mrs. C.G. Crawford Ninth St. Public Warehouse, C.B. 22 tobacco
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
H.F. Wheeler, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 can cream .25
Jess Singer, 1 # butter
Boat, potatoes
bread
coffee
3 # butter
Dehler Bros Co, Alvin Hutsel, 1 flow .25
Vaughan Grocery Co, Roy Barrickman, 6 bags corn sugar
1 ” 4/25 ”
1 ” 10/10 ”
1 cs pu mustard
1 cs A.& H. soda
1 cs #5 syrup
2 cs argo starch 1.02
Jess Singer, 2 gal fuel oil
W.F. McClure, cash on acct
John Hatcher, Planters W.H. Co, 7 baskets tobacco
A. Wise, Planters W.H. Co, 8 baskets tobacco
John Hatcher, Pearl Packing, 1 calf (white and black) .40
Robt Scott, Ed. Eckert, 1 stove .75
144 & 145
Ky River
freight
Tues Jan 17
Peaslee-Gaulbert Cor, Frank Welsh, PP CB 1 crt chinaware .25
Denny Motor T Co, Gayle Sanders, Jones 1 P&G W NAPH
1 oxydol
3 OK soap .50
C.I. & Lou. R.R. (Foley co), Maye Ebersbaker, PP Jones 1 bx medicine .35
C.I & Lou R.R. (Foley Co), Linden Shaw, PP Jones 1 box ” .35
Ballard & Ballard, J.L. Craigmyle, 2 96# sk flour .25
New Hanover, W.E. Beverly, 2 bags (10 bu) mixed oats .40
Mad. Fur. Store, O.S. Thomas, 1 roll rug .30
Pearl Packing Co, C.E. Marshal, 1 bx meat .25
Ballard & Ballard Co, J. L. Craigmyle, 2 96# sacks flour .25
L.&E. Pkt Co., Kefer & Wood (Chevrolet Service, 2 iron drums fuel oil .40 1.60
Southern Seed Co, V.B. Wilhoite, 3 bags timothy
1 ” alfalfa
1 ” orchard grass
1 ” red clover
1 ” blue grass 1.75
Southern Feed and Grain Co, U.B. Wilhorte Monterey, 17 bags oats 2.00
pulling out a barge 1.00
Pearl Packing Co, Gayle Sanders, 4 crt lard
1 bx meat .50
Cofield-Barber Groc Co, Gayle Sanders, 1 crt p.nut. butter
1 bx prunes
2 bags beans
5 ” sugar
1 cs salt
10 10# sc meal
2 crt groc 1.47
Boat, Guy Renolds, 5 gal coal tar .35
Independent, Leonard Hale, 20 MT tob baskets
Marshal & Harris, J.F. Powers, 10 MT ” ”
Independent, Rock Barr Ldg, 10 M.T. ” ”
John W Cecil, 1 MT cream can
W.E. Beverly, 2 MT ” ”
11.47
146
Carrollton to Monterey
Passengers
Tues Jan 17 -33
Mad, Mr. Floyd
B. Burg, Richard Rankin .75 Gratz
147
Monterey to Carrollton
Passengers
Wed. Jan. 18
Browning, Mr. Mason .50
“, Mrs Coppersmith 2 children .50
“, Master Coppersmith –
Fallis, Mr Sam Browning .50
Mr. Leonard Dale .50
Lockport, Mrs. – .75
Beverly, Mr. Floyd .75
Powers, J.T. Powers .50
“, Mr. Aldridge .50
4.50
148 & 149
Carrollton to Louisville
Passengers
Jan 18 – 32
Carrollton, L. Cull .50 Ma
Mad. , John Hatcher .50 King
“, A. Wise .50 M. Dill
“, Miss – .25 Berrkheart
“, Mrs. Scott .30 Wise
Robt Scott paid 21
Chas. Scott .25
Madison to Bethlehem
Jan 18 – 33
Cofield-Barber Groc Co, Roy Barre?, 1 cs bologna
2 cs coffee
1 bag sugar
10 bags meal
3 cs peaches
1 ” prunes
1 crt drugs
1 cs candy
1 crt cheese .48
Roy Scott, 1 bag pot
1 ? lard
2 bx groc .15
Eva Abbott, 1 bx hdwe .25
Roy Barrickman, 10# yeast .25
Cofield-Barber Groc Co, Roy Barrickman, Wildwood 1 bag sugar
Towing a barge 1.00
Lamppin Trans. Line by cash 2.13
150 & 151
Ky River
Freight
Wed Jan 18 32 [should be 33]
Mason and Rush, Independent Tob W.H., 14 baskets tobacco
Samuel Browning, Independent WH, 9 baskets tobacco
F.S. Douthitt and L. Dale, Independent WH, 9 baskets tobacco
McAllister and minish, Independent Tob WH, 5 baskets tobacco
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Creamery, 1 can cream
J.T. Powers, marshall & harris, 13 baskets tobacco
152
passengers
Fri. Jan 20 -32 [should be 33]
Houston, Mrs. Sherrell & Daughter .75 Backmon
John Abbott, Mr. L. J. Rolston .75 Jeff.
” “, Mr. J.T. Estes .75
” “, Mr Will Estes .75 Lou.
” “, Mrs Estes .75 Lou.
” “, Mrs. Estes .75
Glass, Dude Vest .75 Jeff
“, Gale Stockhouse .75 Jeff
Sigmon, Mrs. – .75
Camp Creek, John Tyalor chg
Klines, Mrs Kline .50 Smith
Longs, Henry Hutsel .50
Bull Cr, Tom Staples .50 return
” “, Buck Washburn .75
Noes, Alf Brading .75
Dixon, Mr. Dixon .75
“, Mrs. Dixon .35
“, Mr Chas. Craig .75
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Alotta B, Ed. Smith .75
Charlestown, Pete Cornell .75
Lou, Mildred harrod .50 West P
Jeff, Jess Lister – Beth
Lou, Mr Naegel .50 Wilson
Longs, Floyd Ferguson Beth chg
14.10
153
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154 & 155
Freight
Fri Jan. 20, 33
R.F. Barrickman, Isaac Rosenbaum, Jones 1 beef hide .25
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
Robt. Stone, Sugar Creek “, mail 1 ” ” .25
Ed. Stone, mail 1 ” ” .25
J.B. Guthrie, 1 M.T. cream can
John Kelly, 2 Bags meal .20
John Kelly, 1 pkg
1 bag onions
1 24# sck flour
1 bx groc
1 sck groc
200# bags .25
Ed. Smith, 1 sk flour
1 bk lard
1 bsk groc
1 bx groc
2 bx corn .25
Tom Staples, 1 oil stove
1 bx parts
1 bdle pipe .25
W.H. Washburn, 1 sk sugar
1 bx prunes
1 sk cabbage
1 bx macaroni .20
W.A. Washburn, 2 rolls woven wire
3 ” barbed wire .95
H.C. Hutsel and Jim May, 1 bx groc
1 24# sck flour
100# meal
1 24# sck flour .15
Pinkney May, 1 bg rye mid
1 ” Laukage .25
Mr. Dixon, 5 gal oil .20
pulling stump 1.50
Sugar Creek, H.F Wheeler, 1 M.T. cream can
Square Deal Fur Co, Allen Selmier, 3 pieces O.S. Suite
1 smoker
1 library table 1.25
M.&S. 100# chx
156 & 157
Freight
Jan 20 33
J.T. Estes, 1 victrola
1 Mattress .45
J.T. Estes, 1 stove
2 pieces pipe
2 chairs .75
J.T. Estes, 2 springs
2 beds
1 table
7 chairs
2 rugs
2 Mattres
2 rock chair
1 kitchen cab 1.80
Denunzio Fruit Co, S.B. Smith, 1 bu Del Apples
1 bask leaf lettuce
1 bag potatoes .25
Hampton Cracker Co, S.B. Smith, 2 bx crackers
1 dr. .25
Denunzio Fruit Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 bu. apples
1 bx bananas
1 bag cabbage
1/2 bx lemons
2 bsk leaf lettuce
2 bag 100# onions
1 bx oranges 2.50
2 bu kale .45
National Groc Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 bdl horse col pads
1 ” mops
1 crt steel wood
2 bags sugar
1 bx common soap
2 cs syrup .90
The Whitehead – Kiesel Co, Cofield Barber Groc Co, 1 bbl vinegar .25
Peuslee-Gaulbert Car, Wetzel Drug Store, 6 cs glass bottles .10 .15
Stratton and Terstegge, McKay Bros, 1 coil cotton rope
1 crt stove pipe
1 crt oil stove wicks .25
158 & 159
Freight
Fri Jan. 20 – 33
Jewel Tea Co, Jewel Tea Co, 1 box earthern ware
1 bx soap
1 bx washing powder
1 ” crackers
1 ” biscuit flour
1 ” flovor
4 ” coffee .44
160
passengers
Sat. Jan. 21 – 33
Beth, Herbert Turner, –
“, Floyd Ferguson, – chg 25 Bowyer
John A, Robt. Scott, .50
Houston, Mrs McDowell, .50
“, ” Chappel, .50
“, Flora McDowell, .50
“, Cester McDowell, .50
Wise, Mrs. Barnes, .25
Wood Yard, Jim Robinson, .50
” “, Amos Gaylor, .25
Davis, Mrs. Rowelett & Child, .50 Davis
Leed, Mr Sexton, .20 one way paid Sat
“, Mrs. Sexton, .20 + .15
“, Mrs Shelton, .35
“, Will Shelton, .35
“, Cecil House, .20 paid Sat
“, Hezil Shelton, .35 Stewarts
“, Mrs. House, .35
John F, John Fresh, .25
” “, Mrs. Fresh, .35
” “, Mrs. Cleo Fresh, .35
Stevenson, Mrs. Scott, .35 Stewarts
“, Miss Lych, .20
Stevenson, Mr. Scott, .30
Abbott, Bertie Yager, .50
Stevenson, Mr., .35
Holloway, Miss Chappel, .50
Lucketts, Mr. Crafton (Lee), ckg Lee C
Lucketts, Mr. Jones, pd Dec 24 Willis
$9.65
161
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162
Freight
Sat. Jan. 21 – 33
J.J. Hall, Planter’s, Tob W.H. Co, 3 baskets tob. 1.00
Mrs Chappel, 2 gal. oil .08
Isaiah Williams, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Isaiah Williams, 1 gal oil .04
Cleg Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 small can .15
John Fresh, ” “, 1 ” ” .15
John Fresh, 5 gal. oil .20
Mr. Lentz, 5 bbl flour .25
Cecil House, 1 bed stead .25
Lester McDowell, 1 1/2 bbl flour .38
James H. Chapple, motasses cash on acct
R. Barrickman, Harley Mahoney, 32 sk 24# flour 4 bbl 1.00
” “, 1 bag sugar .10
Isaac Williams, 1 box froc .25
Shellie Williams, 1 saw cut fst .50
Al Willis, Shellie Williams, al willis, 5 bags feed .50
Boat, Roy Barrickman, 10# oakum .15
Jim Robinson, 4 M.T. Tob. Baskets
Vergie Yager, 2 bbl flour pur.
1 can lard
1 bx groc .50
James Chapple, 1 box feed .10
Delbert Sherrel, 4 M.T. Tob bush
Pearl Packing Co, Matthews and Selmier, PP CB 1 bx meat .40
Harvy Gaylord, 1 lot hay 2.00
Howard Richards, A. Hooker, 1 dining table
6 chairs
1 bed spring
2 bed rails
2 head and foot
1 dresser 1.25
W.H. Miller & Son, Atlas Coal Co, 11 7x14x24 fir
1 6x14x24 ”
1 4x14x10 ”
11 3x12x30 ” 4.00
Jess Singer, 1 # butter
13.70
164
Passengers
Mon. Jan 23 – 33
Jabson, W.O. Vest, .75
“, Howard Morgan, .75
Jeff., Chas Smith, .50 Beth
Lou., Henry Hutsel, .25
Lou., Bettie Stoner, chg Howard
Lou., Miss Sherrel, chg Mrs Smith
Beth., Mr. Eldridge, .25 Wise
“, ” “, .25 ”
John A., Roy Stockdale, .25
” “, Miss “, .25
Vest, J.S. Robinson, .25 Mad.
Willis, Mr. Jones, chg Lucketts
Ting, John Hatcher, .25 chg
Lee, Alva Shelton, .20 Mad.
“, Curt Mount, .20 Mad.
“, Mr. House, .20 Mad.
5.35
165
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166 & 167
Freight
Mon. Jan. 23, 33
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream, Jones 1 can cream .25
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek “, 1 can cream .25
Ed. Stone, 1 M.T. Cream can –
Robt Stone, 1 M.T. cream ” –
Mrs. Chas Klien, Jones 24 fcs 1x4x12
6 ” 1x4x14
7 ” 1x4x10 .35
J.W. Sigmon, 2 M.T. cream cans
W.O. Veat, 1 davenport
3 chairs
1 chair .40
Thomas Watkins, 1 cedar chest .35
Belknap Hdwe & Mfg. Co, Roy F. Barrickman, 1 crt glass lanterns
1 ” cuttery Iron hdwe
batteries
1 bdl. 6 cotton mops
1 crt glass lamp. ohim.
1 crt 6 metal lanterns .25
Lamppin Whse Co Ind, Cofield Barber Groc Co, PP CB 10 cs small fct. .25
Louisville Pottery Co, Cofield-Barber Groc Co, 15 2 gal. jars
15 4 gal. ”
5 12 ” ” per gal 1.10
Central Glass Co. Ind., J.E.C.F. Harper, 64 (4960) boxes window g.
Louis Hartman & Son, Chas. Hentz, 10 (10#) sks cerelose
2 98# sks rye flour 36 .84
Bettie Stoner, 1 meal
United Casket Co, Barclay & Terrill, PP Boat 3 boxes caskets 1.80
Merchants Wholesale Groc Co, McKay Bros, 1 bag sugar
1 cs oysters
1 ” Kraut
1 ” Oats
1 ” peaches
1 ” castor oil
6 bdls paper bags
1 cs notions
S.B. Smith, 1 – 10 gal keg
Delbert Sherril, Planters House, 2 baskets Tob.
J.S. Robinson, Planters “, 2 baskets tob.
John Hatcher, Planters House, 7 baskets tob
Alva Shelton, Independent Tob WH, 1 basket tob.
168
Madison to Monterey
Passengers
Wed. Jan 25 – 33
Milton, Mr. Sexton 75 Gratz
“, Mrs. Sexton .75 ”
Carrollton, Mr. Mason .50 Browning
2.00
169
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170 & 171
Freight
Wed Jan 25 33
Mr. Mahoney, 1 bag 100# potatoes .25 1.00
Roy Marksbury, 1 M.T. Cream can –
W.E. Beverly, 1 ” ” ” ” –
Belknap Hdwe & Mfg. Co, Gayle Sanders, 1 crt clothing
1 crt wood harnes
1 bx harness
1 bag horse collars
1 bdl. 12 gal pils
1 crt 6 metal lanterns
1 crt washboards
1 bag 6 PR trase chains
1 drum carbide
1 crt 6 handled axes .79
Hampton Cracker Co, Gale Sanders, PP CB 4 bx crackers .30
1 drum ”
The Elmer E. Scott Co., Gale Sanders, G.S. 1 cs matches
1 ” hominy
1 ” soda
1 ” lye
2 bags beans
1 bag rice
1 cs macaroni
1 ” speggetta
1 ” mustart
1 ” groceries .83
Ky. Mfg. Cor., W.O. Balls, Maxley, G.S. 1 gearing with bag
1 ” ” brake
4 wheels
1 bollster
1 reach
1 tongue
1 evener
2 single trees 1.25
Frow Co, Frank Welsh, 16 24# hilo S.R. flour
1 bag mixed feed .65
Merchants Wholesale Groc, Frank Welsh, 1 cs Lye
1 ” beans
2 bags sugar
1 cs soap
1 cs macaroni .50
Frank Welsh, discount 15c
4.92
172 & 173
Freight
Tues Jan 24 – 33
Vaughn Groc Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 1 bx ev. peaches
1 ” prunes
1 cs sweet potatoes
3 bags potatoes
2 ” cane sugar
1 1″ coffee
1 tobacco
1 bg brown sugar
1 cs p.nut butter
1 ” choc. drops 1.25
boat, J.L. Craigmyle, 1 bbl oil 55 gal .83
Southern F&G. Co, V.B. Wilhoite, 20 bgs horse feed
10 ” dairy feed
20 ” wheat bran 7.50
Marshal and Harris, Dennis Hardin, Ky fruit farm, 30 M.T. tob baskets
Frank Welsh, Merchants Groc Co, Jones 1 box display tray .25
Mr. Mason, 1 meal .25
10.08
174
Passengers
Thur Jan 26 33
Eddrings, Mrs Dewese .50 Carrollton
“, Mrs Southerland .50 Carrollton
Fallis, Mr. Browning .50 Carrollton
Moxley, Mr. Sanders .50 Worthville
Mad, Dillard Williams .20 Lucketts
Mad, Mrs. Williams .20 ”
Mad, Mr. Perkinson .25 Beth
Mad, Miss ” .25 Beth
2.90
175
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176 & 177
Freight
Thur Jan. 26 33
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
Mrs. Kirby, 4 piecs table bending etc .50
Mrs. C.G. Crawford, 9th St. Public W.H., D.B. 7 pkd. tobacco
#218 #219 #235 #237 #238 #239 #236 7.00
Mrs. C.G. Crawford, 9th St. Public W.H., C.B. 15 pkd tobacco Marks CGG
#224 #240 #223 #242 #222 #245 #230 #233 #243 #231 #232 #232 #234 #241 15.00
Elmer E. Scott Co, Roy Barrickman, 2 cs kraut 90#
1 bag coffee 50#
1 cs vanilla 20#
1 cs oysters 20#
1 cs oats 50#
1 cs mac 30#
1 cs spaghetti 30#
1 bag beans 100#
1 ” ” 50#
1 crt groc 50#
.49
23.24
178
Passengers
Fri Jan 27 – 33
Beth, May Graves .75
Redman E., Chas Smith .75
Ellots B, Ed. Smith .75
Charlestown, Mr Bell .75
“, Mrs Bell & Child .75
“, Pete Cornell .75
Lou, Clarence Hostetter – Staples
“, Mrs. Hostetter – ”
“, 3 children – ”
“, Argus Selmier – Beth
Jeff, Icle Graves .40 Beth
Utica, Mr. Jackson .40
5.30
179
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180 & 181
Freight
Fri Jan 27 – 33
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream
Clarence Bitzer, 2 baskets butter
1 ” eggs
2 jars milk
R.E. Staples, Armours Creamery, 1 can cream
cr page 154, cash for pulling sturn
Clarence Hostetter, 1 lot household goods
G.B. Guthrie, 1 M.T. cream can
Miss Ella Goodwin, 1 crate 1 cast heat. stove
Pete Cornell, 1 ba meal
2 1/2 gal R.Kare
2 1/2 gal R
7 bread
Ed. Smith, 1 st meat
1 basket groc
A.T. Neagle, PP boat, 1 bdl bed ends
1 ” bed rails
1 spring
1 cong. rug
B.R. Varble, PP Jones 1 box garden seed
R.W. Hamblin, PP Jones 1 ” ” ”
E. Arvin, PP Jones, 1 ” ” ”
Harry Clemmons, 1 crt luro rug
Ohio Valley Groc. Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 cs soda
2 cs prunes
1 cs peaches
1 cs b. powder
2 cs cherries
1 cs oats
1 cs corn
1 cs wheat
1 bx groc
M.&S., 2 chips
6 pd. yeast
Myer-Bridges Co, S.B. Smith, 1 bale paper bags
2 bx lamp chimmey
1 pkg sample goods
182 & 183
Freight
Jan 27 33
Stratton & Terstegge Co, Roy Barrickman, 1 kg. wire neils
1 crt hdwe
1 bdl. 12 wood hanes
1 sh I or S. chair .25
R.F. Barrickman, PP Jones 1 bx garden seed .50
Roy Barrickman, 4 bgs gran sugar
2 ” navy beans
1 ” GN beans
Belknap Hdw. & Mfg. Co, Roy F. Barrickman, 1 crt china ware .25
Lou Tin and Stove Co, R.F. Barrickman, willis Ldg Ky, 1 cook stove
1 closet .50
Jos. Deningio Fruit Co, A. Dasta, 5 bags cabbage 50# .25
Vetter Cracker Co, Tony Dasta, 2 bx grape fruit
1 ” oranges
2 ” apples .38
Jewel Tea Co, 3 bx alum ware
7 ” glassware
1 ” soap
1 ” crackers
1 jewel news
1 handle
1 ” starch
1 ” extrract
1 ” bk. pow.
6 ” coffee .60
Chas Smith, 5 gal. oil .25
3.68
184
Passengers
Sat Jan 28 33
Holloway, Mrs – .25
Wise Lily, Mr. – .25
Willis, Wilbur Crafton .50
Miles, Marry Gaylord .25
Miles, Mrs. Gaylord .25
Marble H., A. Wise .25
Kings, Mr. Butler .50
Willis, Mr. Jones .50 Luckett
Bowyer, Ed. Bowyer .50
“, Mrs. Bowyer .50
Preston H., Isaiah Williams .40
Stevenson, Robert Scott .35 Lees
Lees, Wm Shelton .35
“, Mrs. Shelton .35
“, Mr. House .35
John Fress, John Fresh .25
” “, Mrs. John Fresh .35
” “, Chas Fresh .35
” ” Mrs. Cleo Fresh .35 back sat
Spring Cr, Mrs. Garriot .35
Lucketts, Miss Jones .35
Mr. Jones .35
Mr Jones .35
Lewellen, Mr. Lewellan .20
“, Mrs ” .35
John Farley, Mellie Morgan .35
” “, Daisy Lewellen .35
Page, Miss Shimfessel .35
Mollie Jackson .25 Beth
Lee Wise, Robt Goodin .35
Willis, Thellie Williams .25
Ferris, Wm Ferris .35
Beth, Herbert Turner –
Wise, Mrs – .25
Mrs – .25
Mrs .25 Beth.
Upper Sq, Mr. Phillips .25
” “, Mrs ” .25
Mrs .25 woodyer
185
John A., Mr. Stockdale .25
Beth, W.G. Halloway .25
Woodyard, Amos Gaylord .25
14.30
186 & 187
Freight
Sat Jan 28 33
Wilbur Crafton, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Wood Consley, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Shellie Williams, Schlosser, 1 basket eggs .15
Mr. Butler, 1 bucket eggs (carry)
Wilbur Crafton, 1 ” ” (carry)
Ed. Bowyer, 1 ” ” (carry)
Shellie Williams, 2 gal. oil .08
Isaiah Williams, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Robt. Scott, 1 batter sharged .50
Mrs. Garriot, 2 gal. oil .08
Mrs, Garriot, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Eunice mahoney, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Wm. Ferris, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
John Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 can ” .15
Cleg Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 ” ” .15
Wm Jones, Schlosser Bros, 2 buckets ” .25
Daisy Lewellen, 2 gal oil .08
Daisy “, 8 24# scks flour .25
Carrol Lewellan, 5 gal oil .20
Louise Day, Schlosser Bros, 1 bucket cream .15
Mrs. Schinfessel, Express office Mad, 1 turkey in coop .15
Wm Jones, 2 gal oil .08
Louise Day, Schlosser Bro, 1 baskets .15
Mrs. Morgan, flour
rug .30
Miss Shimfessel, 1 bbl salt .25
Mrs. Morgan, 1 gal oil .04
Shellie Williams, 1 bbl flour .25
Harry Gaylord, 1 bbl flour
2 cans lard
1 bx groc
1 roll roofing .35
Mrs. Garriot, 1 bbl flour .25
Matt Berg, 1 bdl shingles
1 ” gutter .25
R.T. Barrickman, 8 bg perfection
16 ” Hilo
16 ” ” seffreesing
3 ” bran 1.55
Roy Barrickman, 1 glass 24×28 by 20 .15
Wilbur Crafton, 1 bg pat .15
188 & 189
Mr. Phillips, 6 sh. pot.
1 can lard .15
Jim Robinson, 2 bags pot .25
C. & B. Groc Co, S.B. Smith, 1 bag shells
1 box .25
Pearl Packing, Matthews & Selmier, PP 1 box meat
1 pkg cheese .50
Jess S?, 2 lbs butter
16.51
Chris Selmier, 5 gal fuel oil
190
Passengers
Jan 30 33
Beth, Ruben Jones .25
“, Oneta Griffin .40
Ralston, Miss Wheat .40 Jeff
Sigmon, John Taylor .75 Lou
Ashby, Mrs. – .40 Lou
Lou, James Short .40 Sigmon
Lou, Mr. Stackhouse .40 Beth
Lou, Mrs Whittcker .35 Tarelton
Jobson, Ruben Jones .50 mad
Beth, Mrs. mount .25 Mad.
“, Mr Perkinson .25 Mad.
“, Miss – .25 Mad.
Boldry, Mr. Boldry .20 Mad
“, ” ” .20 ”
Luckets, Mr. Jones .20 Locust Creek
Beth, Herbert Turner – ”
Ferris, Mr Mahoney .20
Mad, Bell Floyd .20 Page
191
[black]
192
Freight
Jan 30, 33
W.H. Marton, W.H. Jeffries & Co, 1 steer black & white
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, Jones 1 can cream
Clarence Bitzer, Henry Fischer Packing Co, mail, 18 hogs
” ” ” ” ” “, C.B. 1 Bull red
R.E. Staples, W.H. Jeffried & Co, Jones 1 calf black white face
1 ” red ” ”
1 ” red
John Taylor 600 ft lumber
2 rolls roofing
These Stockhouse, 1 bx groc
1 can lard
8 24# sch. flour
Stratton and Tersteggo Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 bx stone castings
Ben Brach, 1 ” wet storage batteries
1 ” ante supplies
Louisville Wall Paper Co, Frank Kidwell and S.B. Smi?, 1 bdl wall paper
1 bx paint
National Groc Co, Hallie Maxfield, 1 bag sugar
Denny Motor and Transfer, Matthews and Selmier, PP boat 1 chepso 24
1 chipso 60
2 clean quick chips
10 O.K. soap
1/4 box
Denny Motor and Transfer, S.B. Smith, PP boat 1 P&G wh naph 80
1 clean quick chips 40
3 ok soap co
Grocers biscuit co, Roy Barrickman, 2 bx crackers
PP boat 1 drum ”
Louisville Chemical Co, Noble Reed, 5 bag lime
1 copper sulphate
Merchants Whole Sale Groc Co, McKay Bros, 1 case starch
1 bag
1 cs soda
1 ” cloves
3 ” cocoa
2 ” corn
1 ” bran
1 ” hominey
1 kg. nails
1 cs mustard
” ” notions
194 & 195
Freight
jan 30, 33
Falls City Boat Works, Dutch Bonner, C.O.D 1 pair oar locks
Carter Dry Goods Co, McKay Bros, 1 crt dry goods
1 ” machine oil .25
S.B. Smith, 5 # butter .15
Roy Stockdale, 1 cow 1.25
henry Lewellan, 1 dressed hot
1 pkg .30
16.62
196
passengers
Jan 31 33
B.F. Eldridge .75
Mr. Jones .25
Mrs. ” .25
Carrolton, Mr. Powers .50 Ellis
“, Mr. Browning .50 Fallis
“, Mrs Southerland .50 Eddings
“, Mrs Coppersmith .50 “
197
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198 & 199
Ky. River
Freight
Tues. Jan. 31 1933
W. Trow Co, Frank Welsh, lanes 8 – 24# per. flour
1 – 24# Hilo S.R.
Merchants Wholesale Groc Co, Frank Welsh, 1 cs terpentine
1 ” caster oil
2 bags sugar
1 cs notions
Cofield Barber Groc. Co, Gale Sanders, 2 bbl salt
5 bag salt .15
5 ” sugar
1 cs mustard
1 bg. beans
1 bdl. P. bags
1 cs oats
1 – 10# bag meal
1 crt groc
C. Colston, Glean Mary, 2 M.T. bbl wood
4 1/2 sck sugar
9 ” C. Sugar
Pearl Packing Co, E.C. Davidson G.W., PP C.B 1 bx meat 1 crt lard
L. Mahoney, Crawley Ld., 1 bag 100# pat.
D.H. Smith, Riley 2 bags (10 ba) oats
Mrs. Chas E. Marshall, 1 cs grape fruit
1 ” salt
1 bag beans
W. Trow Co, May Ebersbaker, 10 (100#) middlings
Trimble Milling Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 32 24# scks flour
Elmer E Scott Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 1 cs corn
3 cs corn
2 bg. sugar
2 bx
1 bx leashes
Stratton and Terstegge Co, G.W. Kelley & Son, 1 cast grdle basket
2 crt plum ax handles
1 crt euamet ware
1 bx battery
1 bdl iron roof
3 reil barbed wire
1 bx hinges
1 crt senne twine
1 ” hand?
200 & 201
Ky River
Freight
Tues Jan 31 33
New Hanover, V. B. Wilhoite, 5 bbl salt
Todd Donigan Co, W.T. Wood, V.B.W. 1 pkg.
Mr. Eldridge, 1 meal
1 cow (ferry)
202
Down
Ky. River
Passengers
Wed. Feb 1 – 33
Browing, Mrs. Mason .50 Carrollton
Savern, W.H. Jackson .50 Carrollton
Fallis, Mr. Harden .50 ”
“, Mr Hardin .50 ”
Lockpart, Mr. Marksbury .50 ”
Mussel Shods, Mrs. – .75 Madison
Crawley, Mrs Mahoney, 3 children .50 worth?
Dreunon, Mr Robt Jones 1.25 Kleins Ind
” Mrs Jones 1.25 ” ”
Robinson, Jack Jones .45 Luckets
Mad, Flora McDowl, 25 Houston
Lucket, Ruben Jones paid Jan Jobson
John Fresh, Wilmer Fresh .25
Ev Abbotts, Mr. Jackson .40 Utica
Dixon C, Mr Dixon .40
Jobson, Walter Luckett – agent
Mrs Luckett – ”
8.00
203
[blank]
204 & 205
Freight
Wed. Feb 1 33
Thers Baker & Hackett, R.M. Barker Tob Co, meeks 2 baskets tob
Rush and H.H. Hardin, Marshal & Harris, meeks 10 ” tob
Rush and Sam hardin, ” ” meeks 4 ” ”
W.H. Jackson, Self (Marshal & Harris), 106 sticks tob 550# 1.38
Andrew Louden, Armours Cream Hundys ? P.O. Gratz Ky, Jones 1 can cream .25
Drewnon Springs Ky., The Paul Stewart Co Cin Ohio, Green Line, 2 bx min water .25
Luther Shelton, 2 arm chair
1 rocking chair
1 chair
2 bdl carpet
1 old sew Mch
1 bdl curtains
1 table
1 stand table
1 kit cabinet top
1 ” ” bat
1 basket dish 2.00
Ernest Eder, Woodrow Davis, 4 cabinet
1 bed ends
1 spring
1 Mattress
1 bld rails
1 table
11 chairs
1 dresser 2.00
Cofield Barber Groc Co, Roy Barrickman, 10 bags salt
1 bx glass
1 crt drugs
1 bx candy
1 ” salmon
1 ” T. picks
1 cs W. flakes
1 bx meat
1 cs p.n. butter
1 cs beans
1 crt groc .54
W. Trow Co, S.W. Garriot, 16 – 24# sck hibo s.r. .50
5.92
206 & 207
Freight
Feb 1 33
Madison Utility Corp. Peaslee Gaulhert Co, Jones 25 Drums coal far
Wm. N. Gammon, A.B. Smith & Co, Jones 11 lambs
Passengers Feb 2 33
Mr. dixon .35
Freight Feb. 2 33
John Kelley, 4 bags hommey meal
Mr. Dixon, 7 pkg groc
Louisville Tin and Stove Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 sheet iron stone crated
1 kg staples
1 coil rope
1 bdl 6 w. boards
10 roll paper roofing
1 box collar pads
1 crt batteries
Stratton and Terstegge, Matthews and Selmier, 1 keg wire nails
2 bx hdwe
1 bdl 12 gal. pails
1 crt ax handles
6 reels barb wire
1 wire nails
Loyd Eldridge, Ed. Mulligan, Wise ldg E.M. 1 riding plow
EM 1 cultivator
Blue Valley Cream, J.W. Sigmon, 2 M.T. Cream cans
208 & 209
[missing]
210
Down & Up
Passengers
Feb. 3 – 33
Beth, Mamie Treece –
“, Alene Singer – return
“, Miss Singer –
Bell B, Hugh Straughn .75
Longs, Mr. Stone .40
Bull Cr, Mrs Stone 3 children .40
” “, Mrs. Breeding 2 children .74 Jeff.
Mr. Stone .40
Shrader D., Mr. Henry Kent .75
Mrs. Susie Kemp 1 child .75
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
L. Beach, Ed Smith .75
Charlestown, Pete Cornel .75
Camp Creek, John Taylor .75
Lou, Oliver Avery .40 Beth
Lou, Walter Lucket .40 Jobson
“, Mrs Walter Lucket .40 ”
“, Oneta Griffin .40 chg Beth
“, Mr. Hicks .40 West Port
“, Mrs. Tanner .40 Redman
“, Miss – .40 Bull Crk
Jobson, Ruben Jones .25 chg
10.25
11 D 19 U
211
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212 & 213
Freight
Fri Feb 3 33
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
Ed. Stone, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 ” ” .25
Robert Stone, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 ” ” .25
R.E. Staples, Arinours Creameries, Jones 1 ” ” .25
Clearance Bitzer, 1 coop chip .25
Bob Dugan, 2 boxes .25
Henry Kemp, 5 gal oil .20
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 can cream .25
J.B. Guthrie, Conrad J Clausen, Jones 51 bales hay @ $1.50 per ton
Seymour Stone, 1 lot house furnishings 5.70
Pete Cornell, 1 bx groc
1 bg flour
1 bag potatoes .10
Ed. Smith, 1 sk oats
1 bask groc
1 bx groc .10
Sam Ashby, 1 sk cs corn
1 sk potatoes
1 bx groc .10
Henry Camp, 2 bxes groc
2 sx flour
1 ” meal
1 wash board .15
Henry Kemp, 1 bed
1 spring
1 pad .35
Fisher Packing Co, Emart Arvin, Carr 1 bx meat .35
John Taylor 100 ft shrip 1×6 #3
4 pc 1x4x18 #2
1 roll roofing
4 special sash .75
H Straugh, 5 bags sugar
1 ” potatoes
1 bx groc .65
Hall Seed Co., Walter Lucket, 1 bg grass see .25
1 victrola .25
Jess Singer, 2 # butter
John Singer 2 # butter
Vaughn Groc. Co, Hallie Maxfield, 1 ct groc
1 cs salt .15
214 & 215
Jeffersonville Dist. Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 cs 2 1/2 hominay
1 cs 2 1/2 kraut
1 cs 55g oats
1 bg 5# oats
1 cs small all krand
1 bdl paper bags
1 cs apple butter
1 cs RG halves
2 bg w gran
2 ” 10-10 Elsran
1 crt .79
Jos Denunzio Fruit Co, Matthews & Selmier, 1 bu apples
3 baskets leaf lettuce
1 box oranges .25
Bollinger Haucuch Coffee Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 cst coffee bag
1 ” nuting in crts .25
National Groc. Co, Matthews & Selmier, 1 steet Iron stove
1 shreded wheate
1 crt peanut b.
1 crt spegetti
1 crt tob.
1 ” macaroni
1 ” flake homeny
1 bsk oranges
1 crt coffee
1 bx dried peaches
1 crt coffee
1 bags sugar
Jas Denunzio Groc Co, S. B. Smith, 1 bask apples
1/2 box oranges
1 bask leaf lettuce
Jeffersonville Dest. Co, S.B. Smith, 1 bg c gran
1 ” 10-10 ”
1 ” 4/25-6 ”
1cs kid beans
1 ” corn
1 ” P& beans
1 ” china oats
1 crt
216 & 217
Feb 3
John Taylor, 1 bale hay
Simon Ades & Sones Co, Roy Barrickman, 1 crt dry goods .25
Carter Dry Goods Co, ” F “, 1 cs dry ”
1 bale oil cloth .40
Peaslee Gaulbert Car, Cofield Basher, 70 cs lamp chim.
1 cst Alum
15 cs lamp chim .80
Jewel Tea Co, 6 bx alum ware
4 bx gass ”
1 ” soap
1 ” w. powder
1 ” crackers
1 ” cleansers
1 ” starch
1 ” flavoring
4 ” coffee .50
Louisville Cooperage Co, W. Trow Co, 25 bbl (M.T. Flour) .87
Todd Donegan Co, Biedel Bros, 4 bdl. steel .20
Purity Produ., Scott Kidwell Co, 21 jackets ice cream .74
17.01
218
passengers
Feb 4 33
Beth, Bob Turner .50
Houston, Mr. Chappel .50
Wood yard, Mrs. – .25
” Mr. Butler .50
Wild Wood, Mr. Mahoney .50
Preston H, Isaiah Williams .40
Stevenson, Robt Scott .35
“, Mrs Scott .35
“, Master Scott –
Lees, Mr house .35
“, Mr. Shelton .25 chg 10c
“, Mr. Curt Mount .35 chg Lees
“, Mr Caswell .45 Tom Bla?
Boldry, Mr. Boldry .20
John Fresh, John Fresh .25
Shr. Creek, Mrs. Garriot .35
Ferris, Wm Ferris .35
“, Mr dowers .20
Lucketts, Mr. Jones .35 25 from Wilton
“, Mrs Jones .35
“, Master jones –
Stewarts, Mr Greenwood .35
“, Mrs Lynch .35
page, Mrs Shimfessel .35
“, Miss Shimfessel .35
“, Miss Floyd .20
Tom F., Miss – .35
” “, Miss – .35
Mad, Mr. Mahoney .20 Ferris
Mad, Mrs Schumfessel .35 Page
Plow H., Frank Ward .25 Wise
9.50
32 Up
219
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220 & 221
Freight Feb 2 33
Wm. McClure, Barrickman 3 balls tob.
2 bags fox corn .25
Isaiah Williams, Schlosser Bros, 2 cans cream .50
John Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 cans cream .15
Cleo Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 cans cream .15
Wm. Ferris, Schlosser Bros, 1 bucket cream .15
Mrs. Jones, Schlosser Bros, 1 bucket cream .25
Mrs Garriet, 1 gal. oil .04
Mrs. Lynch, Schlosser Bros, 1 bucket cream .15
Mrs. Butler, 3 rugs .35
L. Day, Schlosser Bros,
1 basket eggs .10
Mr. Mahoney, 1 bbl flour
1 bag potatoes .35
Miss Day, 2 gal oil .08
Mr. Jones, 2 ” ” .08
I. Williams, 1 ” ” .04
Robt Scott, 1 bbl flour .25
R. Barrickman, Wood Consley Willis R.B. 2 bbl flour .50
1 bbld flour .25
J.C. Chappel, 1 bag feed .10
Robert Scott, 1 bbl windows
1 pkg glass .20
Ed. Jackson, 6 bags cement
4 ” plaster
3 elbows
1 7ft sheet roofing
1 bdl. nails 1# .60
Pearl Packing Co, Matthews and Selmier, PP CB 1 box meat .40
Farmer Farsee, 1 bag tankage .25
J.W. Sigman, 1 cup board .35
5.54
222
Passengers Feb 6 33
Redman C., Mrs. Tanner .35
Lou., Mrs. Holderfield .50 Burcharett
“, Mrs Whitticker .50 Tarlton
“, Mrs – .40 Ashby
Jobson, Mr Fresh .25 John F
“, Bob Sealt .25 Stevenson
Beth, Mr Barnes .25 Watson
Houston, Mrs McDowel, pay Wed Pd Mad
“, Mr. McDowel, pay Wed Pd Mad
Holloway, Mrs Scott 3 chil 25 Mad
Squall Creek, Dick Williams .25 ”
“, Mrs. ” .25 ”
3.25
12 UP
223
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224 & 225
Freight feb 6 33
Jewel Tea Co, Self Louisville, PP boat 1 crt notions
J.W. Sigman, Blue valley Cream, 2 cans cream
Gulf Refinnery Co, Jones 1 MT oil bbl #392838
James Green, Marshall Whittle, PP boat 1 range
1 warming closet
1 bdle pipe
2 ” rugs
Robert Stone, 1 M.T. cream can
Ed. Stone, 1 ” ” ” ”
J.B. Guthrie, 1 ” ” ” ”
Carter Dry Goods Co, Roy F. Barrickman, 1 crt dry goods
Edw. H. Marcus Co, J.E.C. F Harper, 1 drum turpentine
Belknap Hdw Co, McKay Bros, 1 crt shoe soles
1 crt small armo am.
1 crt handled axes
1 keg pol. iron staples
1 RO carton 1 lin rugs
226
Passengers Feb 7 33
Car., Mrs. W.T. Mason .50 Browing
Mr. Browing .50 ”
Worthville, Mr Craigmyle .50 Fallis
” ” Mr. Simpson .50 Fallis
Worthville, Mrs Mahoney .50 Crawleys
$2.50
227
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228 & 229
Ky. River
Freight Tues Feb. 7 33
Block and Galdberg Sal Ligon, PP boat 1 bed & rails
1 spring
Worth Ville 1 Mattress
1 rocker
Mr Ellis 4 chairs (1 bdl)
Belknap Hdw & Mfg Co, Frank Welsh, 1 crt iron chain
1 crt harness rubber cement
1 ” alum. articles
1 ” plated ware
2 auto springs
4 P? rubber tires w.
1 coil rope
2 crt lamp chim.
1 crt lin buckets
1 crt flour sifters
1 ” lantern globes
1 bag clevises
1 ” sweat pads
1 kg iron nails
Belknap Hdware Co, Gayle Sanders, 1 crt iron h dive
1 ” cuttery
1 ” batteries
1 ” rubber boots
1 ” tin milk strainers
1 bag sweat pads
10 rolls roofing
New Hanover (S.S. Co), V.B. Wilhoite, 4 bu. 180# timothy seed
W.E. Beverly, 1 M.T. Cream can
Vaughn Groc. Co, J.L. Craigmyle 2 bag potatoes
2 ” gran. sugar
Sts New Hanover, Dan Kelley, Webb 1 bbl coal tar
Louisville Seed Co, V.B. Wilhoite, 4 bags clover seed
Fern Cliff Feed and Grain Co, U.B. Wilhoite, 20 bags feed
17 ” oats
New Hanover, U.B. Wilhoite, 20 53# hay
Elmer E. Scott Co, Gale Sanders, 2 cs syrup
4 cs tomatoes
2 bdl meat
1 cs toasties 1 cs groc
5 bags sugar
1 cs peas 1 cs salmon
230 & 231
Freight Feb. 7 33
Forwards 14.27
Marshal & Harris w.H. Co, H.H. Hardin, 1 bdl. Tob bask
Prentice Meeks, by cash
Mr. Craigmyle, 1 meal .25
J.S. Thompson, @P.Meeks 2 bags .25
Mr. Simpson, 1 meal .25
14.77
232 & 233
[missing]
234 & 235
Freight Wed. Feb 8 33
H.H. Hardin, Marshal and Harris, Car, Meeks 2 baskets tob.
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Creamery, Lou, Jones 1 can cream
L. Floyd, Planters tob W.H. Co, Madison, Brown 3 baskets tob
Sam Smith, Tatum Embry & Co, Lou., Jones 3 head cattle
Olo Mahoney, Armours Creameries, Jones 1 can cream
W.M. Davidson, Ed Berry, Madison, Strickland 3 hogs
Mr. Floyd 2 meals
C.G. Hunger, Thos. C. Blader, 1 bale hay
2 bags feed
1 sx salt
2 cans smoked salt
The Elmer E Scott Co., Roy Barrickman, RB 1 bx caster oil
1 cs clabber girl
2 bags sugar
1 bx bacon
1 crt cracker jack
3 crt groc
William Craig, S. Goodman & sons, Jones 1 bag furs
Matthews & Selmier, self Jabson, C.B. 3 rolls barbed wire
Robert Scott, self, 3 rolls woven wire
Freight Feb 9 1933
Bob Dugan, Jess Singer, 1 ton coal
” “, John Singer, 1 ton coil
Mary Treece, M. Treece (Beth), 1 Wardrobe
236
Passengers Feb 10-33
Beth, Mamie Treece chg
Cam, P.C. John Taylor .75
Fulton, Miss .75
Staples, R.E. Staples .75
Bull Cr, L.B. Stone .75
Dixon Camp, Mr. Dixon .75
” “, Mrs. John Kelley .75
” “, Mr. Craig .40
Tarbton, Mr Smith Oscar .40
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Lotta B, Ed Smith .75
Charlestown, Peter Cornell .75
Lou, Shelby Stone, .40 bull cr
Lou., James Stone, .40 Longs
8.35
12 D
14 UP
237
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238 & 239
Freight Feb. 10 – 33
J.W. Sigman, blue valley Cream, 1 can cream
C. Bitzer, CB 2 jars milk
1 basket butter
R.E. Staples, Armours Creameries, Jones 1 can cream
Mr. Dixon, 1 box
Ed. Smith, 5 gal oil
Fairbanks Morse & Co, Cin, Marked check $4.55
Gotbreadt Bros, Goc B Ldy 1 orse
Mr. Dixon, 5 gal oil
R.E. Staples, 1 horse
John Kelley, 2 bags H. meal
1 ” tankage
C. Bitzer, Bitzer 1 bbl salt
John Taylor, 6 sash used
” ” 2 doors ”
” ” 1 basket groc
Denunzio Fruit Co, S.B. Smith 1 bx Det apples
1 bx banana
1 bx tangarines
1 basket leaf lettuce
Louisville Groc Co. S. B. Smith, 1 cs. macaroni
2 bags sugar
1 cs prunes
1 cs apricots
Lousville Groc Co, Matthews & Selmier, 1 cs apple butter
1 cs p.&b. beans
1 cs p.nut butter
1 cs stone polish
1 cs peaches
1 syrup in tur
1 cs prunes
1 cs oats
1 crt glass
Denunzio Fruit Co, Matthews & Selmier 1 bu. apples
1 bx bananas
1 bag old cabbage
2 box lettuce
Arthur Matthews, 1 ton coal
240 & 241
Feb 10 33
For. 8.21
Stratton and Terstegge Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 crt handled axes
1 auto tire
3 bdls cane bol. chairs
1 crt sheet iron stone .35
Chas Rosenheim Co, Matthews and Selmier, 1 crt crockery marbles
4 ” enamel ware
2 ” glass ware .25
Armour’s Fertilizer Works, E.H. Mullikin, PP CB 32 pkg 125# bags ferti 3.00
Stratton & Tersteegge, E.H. Mullikin, 5 Reels barbed wire .50
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co, S.M. Garriott, 1 bx window glass .50
International Harvester Co of A., Chan Natson, Mullikin 1 cream seperator crted .75
Louisville Groc Co., Chas Hentz, 1 cs oil
” ” “, 1 bbl sugar .15 .35
” ” “, Joe Stunkardt, 1 cs P.& Beans
” ” “, 1 cs kraut
” ” “, 1 bag hominy
” ” “, 1 cs peas
” ” “, 1 bag sugar
” ” “, 1 bx smoking tob .11 .24
” ” “, Chas McNimy, .10 .15
Jewel Tea Co, self Madison, 1 bx dry goods
1 ” soap
1 ” washing powder
2 ” macaroni
5 ” coffee
1 ” salad dressing .50
Chas Rosenheim Co, Lester Custer (Dupont Ind), 4 crts glass ware .25
Louisville Groc Co, McKay Bros, 1 bag beans
1 cs oil
1 cs p.nut butter
1 cs oats .25
” ” “, Culver & Riley, 1 cs wash. powder
2 cs soap
1 bag hominy
1 cs potatoes .35 .40
United Casket Co, Barkley & Ferrell PP boat 1 casket boxed .60
16.30
6 tons
242 & 243
Passengers Feb 11 33
Houston, Jess McDowel .50
“, Mrs. McDowel .50
Wise, Mr. Ward .25
Willis, Wilbur Crafton .50
“, Shep Williams 1 child .50
Bowyer, Ed. Bowyer, .50
“, Mrs. Bowyer .50
Slaters, Mr Merideth .50
“, Mrs merideth 1 child .50
Woods, Mr. Birg .35
John Fresh, John Fresh .25
” “, Mrs. Fresh .35
” “, Mrs. Cleo Fresh 2 children .35
Mrs. Isaiah Williams .40
Sprint Co, Mr. Garriot .35
Ferris, Mrs. Ferris .35
“, Mrs Fisher .35
“, Mrs Hamilton .35
Burkhardt, Mrs Burkhardt .35
Luckett, Dillard Williams .35
“, Mr. Williams .35
“, Jack Jones .35
“, Jess Jones .35
Lewellan, Mr. Lewellan did not return .35
” Mrs Lewellan ” .35
John Fasby, Mr. Lewellan .35
Tom Farley, Thelm Goodin .35
Mad. , Haukins, Stewarts
Mad. , Mr. Goodin .20 Tom Fars
Mad, A. Wise .25 M.H.
Mad, Hal Tucker .25 Hanover
“, Mrs. Scott .25 Holloway
Mad, Mrs. Philips .25 Kimberlin
Cofield, Mrs. Dunlap .25 Wise
11.95
34 UP
244 & 245
Freight Feb 11 – 33
Wood Consley, Schlosser Bros, 1 small can cream .15
Isaiah Williams, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Shellie Williams, 1 gal oil .08
Matt Birg, Schlosser Bros, 1 small can .15
John Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .15
Cleo Fresh, Schlosser Bros, 1 ” ” .15
Mrs. Isaiah Williams , 1 gal oil .04
Mrs. Ferris, 5 gal oil .20
Mrs. Burkhardt, John Weiner, 1 can cream .15
Hurley mahoney, 5 gal oil .20
Jack Jones, Pearl Packing Co, 1 hog .50
Nell Jones, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .15
Daisy Lewellan, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
Robert Merideth, Mon night, 1 bbl salt .45
Louise Day, Schlosser Bros, 1 can cream .25
1 baket eggs .25
Jack Jones, 2 gal oil .08
W. R. Garriot, 5 gal oil .20
Mrs. Goodin, 500# coil .35
Geo Cofield, Mr. Dunlap, C.B. 5 bdl wall paper
1 bx glass
1 crt mdse
7 bdl cardboard .60
Cofield Barker Groc Co., Ada Fresh, 1 cs rinos
1 ” lamp flues
1 bag salt
1 cs salt
1 bag beans
1 cs coffee
1 crt groc
1 ” bread
1 ” tob .30
Shellie Williams, 1 chiffonier
1 bed spring .25
Robert Scott, 2 bags fee .20
Trow Co, S.W. Garriott, 3 bbl flour .75
Roy Barrickman, 2 bags fee .20
Pearl Packing Co, Matthews & Selmier, PP CB 1 bx meat
4 crt ” .50
6.73
246 & 247
Feb 11 – 33
Ford 6.38
John Fresh, 1 bbl flour in paper .25
Loyd Mahoney, 4 bx meat .35
Ada Fresh, bx cash
Hurley Mahoney, 1 chiefer aross river .75
Roy F Barrickman, 2 pairs shoes .15
7.88
Robt. Scoot, 1 battery ckg. .50
Robt. Scoot, 1 lot household 8.80
Walter Lucket, by cash on acct
Robt. Scott, oil .13
17.31
248 & 249
down & up
Freight Feb 13 – 33
2 bdl wicking .25
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream, 1 can cream .25
R.E. Staples, Armour’s Creameries, Jones 1 ” ” .25
New Hanover, storage Jones, 6 M.T. oil bbl
Lego Louden, Self Westport, 1 lot household 1.05
Mr. Dixon, 1 can groc
2 bags .25
Andrew Jackson, 1 bx
1 sack .25
Denunzio Fruit Co, Matthews & Selmier, 3 baskets leaf lettuce .25
Matthews & Selmier, 2 bags
4#
24 cakes .30 6.72
Balknap Hdw & Mfg Co, Roy Barrickman, 1 crt glass churn jar
1 crt harness
1 crt sheet iron stove
1 crt glass lump chim.
1 crt 6 handled axes
1 bdl 3 ax handles
1 crt 6 handled axes .25
Belknap Hdw & Mfg Co, R. F. Barrickman, 1 board 3 saws 1 MT bbl .25
Louisville J Rug House, R.F. Barrickman, 1 crt dry goods .25
Dixon, 2 bags sugar .20
Passengers down Feb. 13 -33
Bowyer, ELMER DEJARNET .40 Lou
Staples R.E. Staples .25 Haymaker
.65
UP
Lou, John Rosenburger .40
Lou, S.T. Freeman .40
“, Mr. Mansfield .50
“, Mr Conrad .65
Jeff, Lego Louden .40
Lou, Elmer Dyarnet .35
“, Mr. Archie .50
Jobson, Mr. Brown .25
“, Mr. Fresh .25
Wise, Mrs. Dunlap .25
Wildwood, Mrs. Mahoney .20
“, Mrs – .20
4.35
Feb 13 R.E. Fisher, 1 gal oil .20 .40
2 batteries 1.00
5.00
250
Passengers Feb 14 – 33
Madison, Mrs. Floyd .75 Riley
Carrollton, Motor McMally .50 Balls
“, Mr. ” .50 ”
Batesville, Mr John Penn .50 Lockport
“, Mrs Penn .50 ”
“, Miss Nevill .50 ”
3.25

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Up Ky. River
Feb 14 1933
Freight
Chris Cross, Chas. Abbott (Mad), 1 grate basket .25
Louisville Groc Co, McKay Bros, see page 240, 1 bag beans
1 cs oil
1 cs p.nut butter
1 cs oats
Louisville Groc Co, McKay Bros 13, 1 cs apple butter
1 cs cream tarter
1 bag beans
1 cs prunes
1 cs salmon
1 cs salt
3 cs corn
2 bags sugar
3cs tomatoes
1 cs drugs
W. Trow Co, Frank Welsh D, 16 – 24# Hilo S.R. 600#
1 scratch feed
1 mixed ” 8 .80
Ross Seed Co, Frank Welsh D, 1 bag timothy 3 .30
Merchants W.S. Gro, Frank Welsh D, 1 bdle bags
2 bags potatoes
1 drum crackers
1 cs peas
1 dbl map
1 bag beans
1 cs notions 6 .60
Cofield-barker Groc Co, Gayle Sanders, 1 crt cocoa
1 crt extract
1 bx dried peach
2 cs lye
1 cs matches
1 cs pn. butter
1 cs aprictos
1 cs peaches
1 cs corn
1 cs beans
2 bg sugar
2 cs syrup
2 cs vineagar
1 bg crox com
1 crt groc 1.20
2.15
254 & 255
Freight Feb 14 33
13 Merchants W.S. Groc Co, Gayle Sanders GS, 2 cs salmon
2 cs bran
5 bgs. sugar
1 cs kraut
1 cs rice rushes
2 cs corn 1.31
M. Wolf & son, P. Welsh by Wm Davidson, 1 sk sugar
1 ” salt
1 bx cakes .45
W.A. Smith & Sons, Alf Mahoney, 1 bag eating pot .25
New Hanover, D.H. Smith, 10 bu oats .40
Cofield-Barber Groc Co, G.L. Giles, 1 cs oats
2 bags beans
1 bag sugar
1 crt p.n. butter
1 bdl paper bags
1 crt milk
1 cs can goods
2 crt groc. .52
Vaughn Groc Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 3 bags potatoes .45
W. Trow Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 8 24# perfection fl.
1 bag middlings .40
Ky Frickes Pck. Co., V.B. Wilhoste, 1 crt lard .25
Victor McAnally, 20 bu coal 1.40
Gayle Sanders, Tom Sanders, Spring, 10 bales hay
1 bag sugar
1 bbl flour
25# salt 1.30
8.88
256 & 257
Down
passengers Feb 15 -33
Gest, Miss Alice Thompson .50 Carrolton
Vic Aldridge .40 Batesville 10 chg
Mad, Mr. Lewellan, paid sct Lewellan
“, Mrs. Lewellan ” ” ”
Lees, Mrs Mahoney .20 Wichlips
“, Mrs. ” .20 Wildwood
Timberlin, Mr. Tracy Jump .65 Lou
“, Miss Opal Freeman .65 Lou
“, Miss Almura Freeman .65 Lou
Jas Griffith chg .25
Longs, Ed Stone .40 Lou
“, Henry Hutsel .40 Lou
Dixon Camp, Mr. Dixon .40 Lou
Tarlton, Mrs. Whittaker .40 Lou
Beth, Earl Priest .40 Lou
Jobson, Walter Lucket .40
5.65
UP
Passenger Feb 16
Ed. Stone .35
Henry Hutsel .35
Mr. Dixon .35
Mrs. Whittaker .35
Earl Priest .35
Walter Lucket .35
2.10
258 & 259
Freight Feb 15 – 33
J.L. Craigmyle, by cash
Cora McGrew, Pearl packing Co
Jim Bates, Isaac Rosenbaum & Son, 1 bag hides .25
John Eckerts Sons, R.F. Barrickman, 1 bundle wicks .10
Jess Singer, Roy F. Barrickman 10 can lard .50
Cofield Barber, Roy Barrickman, 2 crt soap
1 bag coffee
2 crt coffee
1 bdl P. bags
1 crt groc .25
The Madison Lumber Co, Carl Turner, pd 5 pcs 1/2 x 6x 12 red cedar
2 bdls ” ” ” ” ” .25
Lodge Hdw. Co, Carl Turner, 1 bdl baling wire .10
Lola Scott, 1 bx to James Abbott
1 bx from J.C. Store .50
Eagle Cotton Mills Co, Belknap Hdw. & Mfg. Co., PP CB 1 bale ball wicking .25
Val Dietz, S. Goodman & sons, Jones 7 hides
1 can tallow .30
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream, boat 1 can cream .25
Mrs. Della Whittaker, T.A. Petty & Son, boat 2 coops chx .50
3.75
Freight Feb 16 33
Mrs. Whittaker 1 coop
Blue Valley Creamery, J.W. Sigman, 2 M.T. Cream cans
J. Bacon & sons, Cecil Hooker, CP Jones 1 crt oil cloth .25
” ” ” Cecil Hooker, Jones 1 coal stone .50
Ballard & Ballard Co, Hallie Maxfield, 16 – 24# flour paper .40
Vaughn Groc. Co, Hallie Maxfield, 1 sack sugar .15
Hugh Straughn, 2 hogs .50
1.80
260
Passengers Feb 17 – 33
Beth, Chris Selmier Lou
“, Nora Singer 2 children
Bells, Br., Hugh Straughn .75
Longs, Pinkney May .75
“, Harry Bell .75
Staples, R.E. Staples .75
“, Clarence hostetter .57 chg
Redmans Camp, Chas. Smith .75
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Lotta B, Ed. Smith .75
Charlestown, Pete Cornel .74
“, Mrs Montgomery .40 Lou
5.45
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262
Lou
Freight Feb 17 – 33
Bunton Seed Co, E. M. Ward, Milton, Mrs. 1 bag dried peas
1 ” ” beans .40
” ” “, E.T. Riggs, Vevay, 1 ” garden seed
1 crt seed rack .50
John Taylor, Ollie Smitsen, John Taylor 1 box .25
J.W. Sigman, 10 gal oil .40
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley, boat 1 can cream .25
Ed. Stone, Sugar Creek, mail 1 can cram .25
Robt Stone, ” “, mail 1 can cream .25
R.E. Staples, Armours Cream, Jones 1 can cream .25
James Ferguson, J.C. Bower & Co, Jones 1 hog (red) .50
Clarence Hostetter, C.B. 112 bales hay (Tores) 9.00
Curtis Farley, J. White & Co, Jones 1 horse hide .25
Robt Stone, Henry Knight & Co, Jones 1 red calf .50
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 can cream .25
Clarence Hostetter, 1 horse 1.50
M. Wolf & Son, Ed. Smith, 1 sk carry (short)
1 sk oats .10
1 basket groc
1 bx groc
Sam Ashby, 1 bx groc
R.E. Staples, 1 pkg
8 24# sx flour .25
Pinkney May, 1 bbl oil .50
Pinkney May, 200 # sugar
150 # beans
25 # bag beans
1 bx groc .40
1 bag meal .10
Hugh Straugh, 1 bx groc
1 can lard
5 bag sugar
1 bag 5 bu oats
1 bag h meal
1 cracked corn .86
Denunzio Fruit Co, S.B. Smith, 1 bu del apples
1 bsk leaf lettuce
1 bsk kale .25
” “, Matthews & Selmier, 1 bu del apples
1 bx banans .15
17.16
264 & 265
Freight Feb 17 33
Jeffrsonville Dist Co, Matthews and Sel., 1 c 1/2 Hensley cocoa
1 c ski high corn
2 bx 90/100 prunes
2 c 5:30 coffee
5 bags Mich. beans
1 bag g.n. beans
1 ” pinto ”
1 c 5# staley dark
1 c bless coffee
1 c 5 ct corn
1 c 55 og oats
1 bag rice
1 c mustard
1 bag #6 sugar
1 c 5 ct p. & beans
2 bags sterling gran
2 ” 10/10 sugar
1 c big n malt
1 c castoria 1.61
Matthews & Selmier 1 sack sugar
2 # flushman
National Groc. Co, Matthews & Selmier, 1 bdl brooms
1 cs vinegar
2 crt baking powder
1 crt mustard
1 crt blueing
1 crt mouse trap
1 crt drugs
1 crt tobacco
3 bags sugar
1 bx extract
1 cs syrup
1 crt paper
2 crt rolled oats
1 cs tomatoes
1 bg corn meal
2 cs canned cherries
1 bx dried apricots
1 cs salmon
1 cs canned krout
continued on page 266
18.92
266 & 267
Freight Feb 17 33
Nat. Groc Co, Matthews & Selmier, 1 crt canned meat
1 bx dried peac?
1 crt pepper 1.27
Stratton and Terstegge, Matthews & Selmir, 2 bells iron roofing .30
Square Deal Furniture Co, Mrs Lawrence Robinson, C Selmier, 1 buffet cratel
1 china closet ”
1 table top ”
1 base of table ”
3 bdl chairs ” to 2 bundls 1.50
Ed Turner, 1 case eggs .25
Hampton Cracker Co, S.B. Smith, PP CB 1 bx crackers
1 drum ” .25
C.L. Jewel & son (New Hanover Jess Singer) 5.00
75 bags salt com 2.00 5.50
Jewel Tea Co Lou., Jewel Tea Co Mad., 1 bx china
1 bx soap
1 bx washing soda
1 bx crackers
4 bx coffee 3.69 .40
14.97
18.92
33.89
268
Bethlehem to Madison
passengrs Feb. 18 33
Beth, Alene Singer – Mad
Beth, Mr. Perkinson .40 Wise
E Abbott, Mrs. Jager .50 Mad
Wise, Farmer Farsee’s 2 children .50 Herald
Woodyard, James Robinson .50
Corn Creek, James Leach .50
“, Mrs. Leach .50
“, Master Leach –
Marble Hill, A. Wise .25
Willis, Lee Crafton .50
“, Wood Consley .50
Slater, Bob Mericheth .50
“, Miss – (small child) –
Wood, Walter Wheeler .35
“, Miss House .20 Stewart chg .05
Lees, Wm. Shelton .30
John Fresh, John Fresh .25
Mrs. Fresh .35
Burkhardt, Mr Gross .35
“, Mrs. Gross .35
“, Master (small child) –
Lucket, Mr. Lewellan .35
“, Mrs. Lewellan .35
“, Dillard Williams .35
Tom Farley, Bob Goodin .20
Cottonwood, Mr. Mahoney .35
Mrs Mahoney .20
Mad., Mrs Conners .25 Willis
Mrs Butler (2 children) .25 ”
Varble, Mrs. Varble .25
Slater, Sherfie Williams .25 Willis
10.15
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270 & 271
Freight Feb 18 33
Matt Birg, Schlasser Bros 1 can cream .25
Bert Yager by cash on old acct
Mr. House ” ” part pay on acct
Shellie Williams 2 gal oil .08
John Fresh 5 ” ” .20
Geo. Cofield, Cofield 2 hogs .60
L. Day 2 gal oil .08
Ora Pernett 2 1 chair and 1 setter
Bob Goodwin 500# coal .38
Harpers Drug Store 1 MT glass box returned
J.H. Raisor, Raisor 3 rolls roofing
1 bdl sash .25
McCoy & Dunley, Geo Cofield 1 crt cement
1 bag salt
1 ? .25
Lee Crafton 4 pcs 1x4x14
6 ” 1x4x10
15 ” 1x4x12 – 1 pr hinges .30
Fred Burkhardt 1 sack seed .25
Mr. Gross 1 bag feathers –
Roy F. Barrickman 2 doz yeast .00
2.64
272 & 278
Passengers Sat. Feb 25 33
Garriot, Mrs. McDowel .50 Westport
“, Mrs Chappel .50 ”
Lou, Mr. Perkinson .40 John
Jobson, Mrs. Varble 4 children .25 Mayfield
Mrs .20 Mad.
Mad. Leonard Floyd .75 Ky River
2.60
Mrs. Stockdale
274 & 275
Freight Feb. 20 – 33
J.W. Sigman, blue Valley Cream 1 can cream
J.B. Guthrie 1 M.T. cream can
Ed. Stone 1 ” ” ” ”
Robert Stone, 1 ” ” ” ”
National Groc Co, Hallie Maxfield 1 bag corn meal
1 ” dried beans
Hallie Maxfield 1 ” salt
Ben Beach 2 crt dry cell batteries
Ross Seed Co, John L. Sample 3 bags clover seed
2 ” soy beans
Peaslee Gaulbert Cor., Wetzel’s Drug Store 6 crt. wall paper cleanings
” ” “, Broadway Pharmacy 4 ” ” ” ” 10
Hopkins Ferti Company New Albany Ind, Trimble Millign Co, PP CB 16 125# bags tob. plant sp
Merchants Wholesale Groc Co, McKay Bros 1 bag meal
1 cs stone polish
1 bdl bags
2 bags sugar
1 cs oats
1 cs wheat flakes
1 cs post toasties
2 cs maccaroni
1 bx notions 18#
276 & 277
Ky. River
Freight Feb 20 33
Ford 3.38
Wm. Harper, Ck returned O.K. 2 tons coal 4.50
Stratton and Terstegge, d. Garvey 1 spading fork
2 roll steel w. poultry .30
Belknap Hdwe & Mfg Co., Frank Welsh 1 crt rubber boots
1 crt battery cells
2 rolls woven wire
8 reels galv. ironwire
1 bag horse collars 1.41
Merchants Whole Sale Groc Co, Frank We? 1 bag beans
1 cs matches
1 bag chickary & cereal
1 bx notions .30
belknap Hdwe & Mfg. Co, Gayle Sanders 1 crt cutlery
2 crt sheet iron en. ware
1 crt glass chimneys
1 crt enameled ware
1 crate 12 handled ax
2 crates 2 chairs
1 crt 1 divan 1.40
Stratton & Tersteegge, Gayle Sanders 1 bdle 2 steel bed ends
1 ” 2 ” ” rails
1 crt 12 ax handles
1 bale single cot. mattres
1 link wire bed spring
1 bdle 12 handles hoes
1 ” 6 wood single trees
1 box hardware
4 kegs wire nails
5 reels barbed wire
The Hampton Cracker Co, Gayle Sanders 2 boxes crackers
PP C.B. 1 drum ”
Merchants W. Groc. Co, Gayle Sanders 1 cs puree
5 bags potatoes
3 cs matches
2 ” macaroni
2 ” hominy
Adkins Bros Co, Mrs Chas. E March 1 sash .45
15.00
278 & 279
Freight 25
ford 15.00
Vaughn Grocery Co, Mae Ebersbaker 1 cs pn slamon
1 bag 10/10 sugar
1 ” gran ”
1 cs oats
1 ” babbits lye
1 ” clothes pins
1 ” 1 # argo starch
1 ” cs tablets
Hardin, Hamilton & Lewman, R.H. Judy, Wilhost 4 bags clover seed
1 ” Timothy ”
3 bags blue grass seed
Southern Fee and Grain Co, V.B. Wilhoite 3 ” timothy seed
1 korean laysedga
” ” ” “, V.B. Wilhoit 20 sacks middlings
17 ” white oats
10 ” wheat bran
10 ” horse feed
Armours Creamery, Andrew Logsdon 1 M.T. Cream Can
Vaughn Groc. Co, Gale Sanders 3 bags n beans
2 ” g.n. ”
3 cs qt mustard
2 ” qt sweet pickles
1 ” sardines
V.B. Wilhoite 2 tons alfalfa hay 42 babs
Elmer E. Scott Co, Gale Sanders 2 cs salt
5 bags salt
2 cs b. powder
1 cs macaroni
20 bags meal
2 crt groc
W. Trow Company, Mrs. Mae Ebersbaker 5 bags middlings
” ” “, Frank Welsh 16 24# hilo flour
Trimble Milling Co, J.L. Craigmyle 32 sacks flour
” ” ” Sylos Floyd 3 bbl flour wood
280
Jess Singer
1 Dec 5 to 509 gal oil (Fuel) $25.45
” 22 ” 366 ” ” ” 18.30
” 23 V.B. Wilhoite Med & oats 57.00
” ” Roy Marksfield 1 bbl salt 2.15
Jan 4 ” cash $60.00
Jan 12 check 25.35
” ” ” 4.35
” 12 by cash 8.20
$97.90
Jess Singer 50 gal fuel oil 2.50
281
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282 & 283
Labor
Fri & Sat Nov 18 & 19
Jess Singer 2 da 3.35 to cash 3.35
John Singer 2 da 3.35 ” ” 3.35
Omer Hooker 2 da 2.00 ” ” 2.00
Lester Farley 2 da 2.00 ” ” 2.00
U.S. Berry 2 da 3.35 ” ” 3.35
14.05 14.05
Fri & Sat Nov 25 & 26
Jess Singer 2 da 3.35 ” ” 3.35
John Singer 2 da 3.35 ” ” 3.35
Omar Hooker 2 da 2.00 ” ” 2.00
Lester Farley 1 ” 1.00 ” ” 1.00
U.S. Berry 2 ” 3.35 ” ” 3.35
13.05 13.05
Thur & Fri. Dec 1 & 2
Jess Singer 2 day 3.35
John Singer 2 da 3.35 ” “3.35
Omer Hooker 2 da 1.50 1.50
Ed Turner 2 da 3.35
U.S. Berry 2 da 2.00
Mrs Turner 2 da
13.55
week ending Dec 10
Jess Singer 7 da 11.72
John Singer 7 da 11.72
Ed. Turner 7 ” 11.72
Omer Hooker 7 ” 5.25
U.S. Berry 6 ” 7.50
Mrs Turner 7 —
week ending Dec 17
Jess Singer 3 5.03
John Singer 3 5.03
Ed. Turner 3 5.03
Omer Hooker 3 2.25 Dec 17
U.S. Berry 3 3.75 Dec 17
Mrs Turner 3
week ending Dec. 24
Jess Singer 2 3.35
John Singer 2 3.35
Ed Turner 2 3.35 dec 24
U.S. Berry 2 2.50
Howard Stoner 2 1.50
284 & 285
Labor
week ending Dec 31 32
Ed Turner 4 6.70 To cash
Jess Singer 4 6.70
John Singer 4 6.70
U.S. Berry 4 5.00
Howard Stoner 4 3.00 To cash
Wm. Morgan 2 da 1.50 to cash
Mrs. Turner 3 1.50
Ed Turner Jan 4 to cash
week ending Jan 7 – 33
Ed. Turner 5 1/2 9.18
Jess Singer
John Singer 5 1/2 9.18
U.S. Berry 5 1/2 6.80
Howard Stoner 5 1/2 4.13
Bently Stoner 5 1/2 4.13
Mrs Turner 4 2.00
Ed. Turner Jan 10 to cash
” ” Jan 14 to cash
week ending Jan 14 33
Ed Turner 6 10.00
Jess Singer 6 10.00
John Singer 6 10.00
U.S. Berry 5 6.25
Howard Stoner 6 da 4.50 Jan 14
Mrs Turner 5 da 2.50
week ending Jan 21
Ed Turner 5 8.33
Jess Singer 5 8.33
John Singer 5 8.33
U.S. Berry 5 6.25
Howard Stoner 5 3.75
Mrs. Turner 5 8.35
Week ending Jan 28
Ed. Turner 5 8.35
Jess Singer 5 8.35
John Singer 5 8.35
U.S. Berry 5 6.25
Howard Stoner Tues 50c 5 4.25
Mrs. Turner 5 2.50
286 & 287
week ending Feb 4
Ed Turner 6 da 10.00 to cash 6.50
Jess Singer 6 da 10.00 to 5.00
John Singer 6 da 10.00 to cash 10.00
u.S. Berry 6 day 7.50 7.50
Lester Farley 1 da 1.00 1.00
Howard Stoner 5 da 3.75 3.75
Mrs Turner 4 da 2.00 to cash 10.00
week ending Feb 11 – 33
Ed Turner 6 da 10.00 ” ” 6.80
Jess Singer 1 da 1.67
John Singer 6 ” 10.00 ” ” 5.00
U.S. Berry 6 ” 7.50 ” ” 7.50
Howard Stoner 6 ” 4.50 ” ” 4.50
Mrs Turner 4 ” 2.00 ” ” 1.00
Wm. Morgan 5 da 2.50 Feb 13 to cash 2.50
35.67
week ending Feb 18 – 33
Ed Turner 6 da 10.00 to cash 6.00
Jess Singer 6 ” 10.00 ” ” 5.00
John Singer 6 ” 10.00 ” ” 5.00
U.S. Berry 6 ” 7.50 ” ” 7.50
Howard Stoner 6 ” 4.50 ” ” 4.50
Mrs. Turner 5 ” 2.50
Wm Morgan 2 ” 1.00 ” ” 1.00
29.00
week ending Feb 25
Ed Turner 2 da 3.34
Jess Singer 2 ” 3.34
John Singer 2 ” 3.34
U.S. Berry 2 ” 2.50
Howard Stoner 2 ” 1.50
Mrs. Turner 6 ” 3.00
Wm. Morgan 2 ” 1.00
288
Geo. Mohr
Nov 25 Oil 55 gal 4.40
Dec 1 ” 54 4.32
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290
Expense
Jan 24 Tomatoes 10
” ” boining beef .55
” ” sausage .15
” ” bread .20
” ” bread .20
” ” sand paper .10
Jan 27 sausage .22
” ” drayage 22 pkd tob 5.50
” ” wharfage 2.00
” ” 4# butter .76
” 28 stone pipe .65
” 30 1 doz egg 1 bread .21
” ” 55 gal D.E. oil 22.62
” 31 prov. strenhardt 1.69
” ” meat .25
Feb 2 bread .06
” ” meat .25
” ” 314 gal fuel oil 15.70
Jan 30 wharpage 2.00
Feb 2 warpage 2.00
” ” 1 doz eggs .10
” 3 bread .06
” ” lard .06
” ” potatoes .10
” ” wharpage 2.00
” ” Andrew Cowan bill 16.00
” 4 madison Lumber Co 8.39
” ” bolt .09
postage on statements .42
” 6 2 bread .12
” ” 4# butter .76
” ” wharfage lou 2.00
” 7 1 glass 8 1/8 x 37 5/8 D.S. .46
291
ford 8.30
Feb 10 wharfage 2.00
” ” potatoes .10
” ” 1 bread .06
” ” coffee .25
” ” supplies Matt & Sel 3.52
” meat .18
” bread .05
” ” flour .35
” 13 1 # cotton .40
” wharfage 2.00
” 4 bread .24
” 1 can milk .07
” Geo Mohr oil 50 gal 4.00
” 11 1 doz 3×1/2 bolts .45
” 14 meat U.S.B. .14
” groc Strenkardt 2.09
” meat Turner .50
16 syrup .10
” cotter keys .21
” wharfage 3.00
” 440 gal fuel oil 22.00
” 1 1/2 tons coal 4.85
17 3 bread .18
” syrup .10
” potatoes .10
“” wharfage 2.00
” 18 1 bread .05
” 1# coffee .19
” 1 1/2 # sausage .08
” molasses .50
” ” Riedle Bros 3.40
” ” Chris Eckert 1.15
” 20 wharfage 1.15
” ” potatoes .10
” ” 4 bread .24
” ” 3# butter .63
” ” oil 20 gal G. Mohr 1.60
” ” canvas .25
” 21 Steinhardt provision 2.39
” ” sausage 3# .18
nuts and washers .35
continued P292
292
Banking Acct
First National Bank Madison, Ind
Nov 19 by deposit #22.58
Dec 1 check 22.21
by bal. on old acct .25
expense
Feb 22 meat .06
” ” 4 bread .20
” 23 3# meat .30
” ” 4 bread .16
” ” meat .52
” 24 coffee .25
” ” apples .20
” ” meat .25
” ” bread .17
2.11
293
Banking Acct
National Branch Bank Mad
Nov 26 by deposit 25.43
Dec 1 cehck No. 1 7?
” 5 check “2 2?
Dec 10 by deposti 62.25
” 10 check “3 12?
” 12 check “4 13?
” 24 by deposit 38.41
Jan 5 check “5 24?
” ” ” “6 1?
” 14 by deposit 20.88
” 9 check “7 20?
” 16 ” 8 5?
” 16 ” “9
” ” ” “10 7?
” 21 ” “11 5?
” ” deposit 29.31
” 23 check 12 24?
” 23 check 13 25?
” 30 ” 14 22?
” ” ” 15 12?
” 28 deposit 15.29
Feb 1 ” 49.51
” 2 check 16 15?
” 3 ” 17 16?
” 6 ” 18 6?
241.28 224?
” 10 by check 4?
” 11 deposit 57.72
299.00 299?
bal. 70.25
Feb 13 by check 20 25?
” ” ” ” 21 2?
” 16 ” ” 22 22?
” 17 ” ” 22 36?
” 18 ” ” 21.59 6?
91.84 91?
6.44
” 21 25.00
bal. $31.44
294
Expenses
Nov 18 wharfage 2.00
” 18 6 1/2 book .95
” 19 100 dodgers 1200 cards 2.75
” 19 postage .03
” 25 wharfage 2.00
26 salt peter .10
” 2 batteries .20
” Roy Barrickman com .05
30 postage on statement .54
Dec 1 star naphtha .09
sal soda .20
stew pots .78
trying pan .15
buthes knife .25
paring knife .10
pans .20
canopener .05
set cups and saucers .60
3 boyls .60
set tea spoons .15
2 plantes
4 glasses .20
meat platter .15
stone pipe flange .90
Dec 1 wharfage 2.00
” cylender oil 54 gal 22.21
” stove 9.10
coils rope
Dec 2 groceries 4.66
” ” meat .15
” ” lineolum .25
” 3 4 loaves bread .20
1/2 gal sargham .35
52.91
295
Dec
” 5 milk .07
” butter .13
” bread .20
” bread pan .10
” 5 wharfage 2.00
stamps .10
Ed Turner Supplies 1.00
” 6 meat .50
” ” groceries 3.00
” Jones 3.50
” 3.50
Dec 8 ” 3.50
” 8 wharfage 3.00
” 9 wharfage 2.00
Nov. 30 Matthews & Selmier 1.20
Dec. 12 wharfage 2.00
” 13 supplies 3.40
” 15 wharfage 2.00
15 tubing oil 5 gal. 2.16
15 Chas Smith .10
33.36
Dec 19 to coal 3.25
” 19 foodstuff 1.00
” 22 wharfage 2.00
” 23 wharfage 2.00
” 30 wharfage 2.00
Dec 30 Howard Stoner dinn .25
Dec 31 ” ” ” .25
Jan 2 1/2 # butter .14
” ” 2 bread .10
” 3 meat .50
provision Strushardt 6.72
” 5 milk .10
” ” 4 bread .20
” 5 55 gal diesel oil
” 5 al cylinder oil 24.17
” 5 wharfage 2.00
” ” two brooms .75
78.73
296
Expense
Jan 5 bread coffee and soap .45
” ” wharfage 2.00
” ” bow piece .35
” 7 Howard Stoner dinner .25
” Benthly Stoner dinner .25
” 9 2 Loanes bread .10
” ” 2 1/2# bearbonate soda
” 4 oz. sulphuric acid .40
” wharfage 2.00
” 25 gal coal oil 2.00
” ” fuel oil stall oil co 20.90
boiling beef .50
wharfage Carrollton 1.00
” 12 wharfage Lou. 2.00
” 13 2 bread .10
” ” wharfage 2.00
” ” postage .03
” 14 Howard 1 meal .25
34.58
Jess Singer to Carrollton .90
Jan 16 wharfage 2.00
” 16 frayage on 22 whd tob 5.50
” ” potatoes .10
” ” bread .10
coffee .30
butter 3# .63
” 17 groceries Stienhardt 3.08
” ” sausage .10
” ” brad .10
” ” beef Ed. Turner .31
” 19 telephone to Lou. .25
” 16 Howard dinner .25
” John ” .25
” 20 wharfage 2.00
2 pcs pipe .50
” 23 fuel oil 485 gal. 24.25
” ” wharfage 2.00
” ” 3 bread .18
” 4 provision .18
see page 290

New Hanover passenger and freight ledger 2
27 Feb 1933 to 31 May 1933

Transcript made from a photocopy of the original ledger book. There is no title for the ledger. It records passenger and freight transport on a boat named New Hanover on the Ohio River. Some entries are labeled Kentucky River. New Hanover is stamped at the top of most pages. Stop locations listed on the pages are Bethlehem, IN; Louisville, KY; Madison, IN; and Monterey, KY. This ledger is dated from 27 Feb 1933 to 31 May 1933. Some of the words are missing off the edge of the page from photocopying. Some data is written across 2 pages and is transcribed as 1 page.
2 & 3
Freight Monday Feb 27 33.
E.F. Harper & Co, Edw H. Marcus & Co, PP CB 2 M.T. Turpentine drums 15 returned
Earl S. Miles, S. Goodman & Sons, Jones 27 beef hides 10c per 100# 1.12
W. Sigman, Blue Valley Creamery 3 can cream .75
Wolf & Son, Ed. Smith 1 sk corn
1 ” flour
1 basket groc
1 bx groc .20
Wolf & Son, J.M. Griffin 1 sk sugar
” “, 1 ” flour .20
City Market, Mr. Dixon 350# pot groc .35
Federal Chem. Co, S.R. Stone, B.Cr., OPP CB 6 125# sks ferti 3-8-6 .56
Wolf & Son, Noah Bradin 1 sk oats
2 ” sugar
4 ” flour .95
Federal Chem. Co
” “, Frank Bower, OPP C.B. 7 125# bags complete fert .61
” ” Ed. Stone, OPP CB 8 125# ” ferti 3-8-6 .75
Andrew Jackson 1 bag sugar
1 pkg .25
Auto Electric Co, Matthew and Selmier 1 generator .25
New Hanover, ” ” ” 5 bags salt .50 2.88
Valley Groc Co, ” ” ” 1 cs flour
1 bx tobacco
1 cs soap
1 cs cherries
2 bdl tubs
2 bx groc .32
Stratton & Terstegge, Matthews and Selmier 1 crt fishing tackle
1 bx hdware
1 auto tire
1 kg staples
1 bdl 6 single trees
1 bdl 12 handled hoes
1 bdl 12 manure forks
1 ” 12 galvo pails
1 crt lawn mower
1 mower handle .43
Belknap Hdwe & Mfg Co, S.B. Smith 1 crt gas manttes
1 bg horse collars
1 bg sweat pads
over
4 & 5 missing
6 & 7
Feb 27 – 33
The Hampton Cracker Co, Cofield Bar. Groc Co 31 bdl soda crackers .25
Belknap Hdw & Mfg Co, Riedel Bro, see below 1 crt steel files
1 ” lub. oil in can 10W .15
Louis Hartman & Sons, Chas. Hentz 10 sks cerelose sug. 30 .70
Todd Donigan Iron Co, Riedel Bros 1 crt hinges
1 dbl single trees
1 ” plow handles 10 .15
Standard Sani. Mfg. Co., J.H. Pohlman 2 bdl. W.I. pipe
1 bag iron pipe fittings 20 .30
United Casket Co, Barclay and Spillman, PP Jones 1 box casket .60
National ” ” ” ” ” 1 box with burial cas .60
Carter Dry Goods Co, McKay Bros 1 carton dry goods .25
John Kelly 1 lot house hold goods 5.00
Marvin Manus, Jim Robinson 1 hog .50
Mr. Stockdale Houston 1 cow .75
Riedel Bros 1 keg nails plain
1 crt milk strainers
1 bdl 3 post hole diggers
1 ” 3 ” ” angers
Merchants Whole Sale Groc ” ” 1 bx notions short last week
Jess Singer 31 bbl salt as below 6.20
P.Y. Walters 5 bbl salt 10.75
J.W. Dowd 5 ” ” 10.75
City Meat Market 18 ” ” 38.70
Roy Thomas 1 ” ” 2.15
L. Frame 2 ” ” 4.30
66.65
Matthews & Selmier 1 cs dry goods
1 bale calico
1 table oil cloth
1 crt dry gds
1 crt wick oil
1 crt soap .60
16.05
8
Ky. River
Passengers Feb 28 – 33
Mr. Giles .50
Mrs ” .50
Car. Mrs Furnish .50 Lockport
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10 & 11
Ky. River
Freight Feb 28 – 33
Lanes Ldg.
W. Trow Co, Frank Welsh 10 24# hilo
1 100# mixed feed .65
Merchants W. Groc Co, Frank Welsh 2 bags sugar
1 cs shoe polish
1 cs canned meat
1 cs peaches
1 cs notions com. 10 .40
Moxley
Cofield Barber Gro Co, Gayle Sanders 2 carton Crackers
1 ” Shoe polish
1 cs oysters
1 cs beans
1 crt bread
1 ” groc .30
Simon Ades Sones Co, Gyle Sanders 2 crt dry goods .30
Carter Dry Good Co, Gayle Sanders 1 cs dry goods .75
Merchants W. Groc Co, Gayle Sanders 3 cs macaroni
1 cs salmon
4 bags bran
2 bdl brooms
6 bags sugar
1 cs cherries
1 cs oysters
1 kit herring
1 bx 4 longhorn cheese
2 cs corn
3 cs peaches 2.38
Gratz
M. Wolf & Son, W.M. Davidson 1 box cakes
1 sk sugar
Lockport
Penn R.R. 1 cs com goods .32
J.T. Clark, Eberstafer 4 roll bldg paper 8 .35 .50
W. Trow Co, Mrs. Mae Ebersbaker 10 100# bags middlings 1.00
6.45
12 & 13
Ky River
Freight Feb 28 33
Fallis
W. Trow Co, J.L. Craigmyle 2 100# bags middlings .25
American S.&W Co, J.L. Craigmyle 5 rolls woven wire 1.20
Atlas Coal Co, J.L. Craigmyle 1/2 ton coal .75 2.00
Mr. Giles 1 dinner 1 cup coffee .30
Mrs. Furnish 1 cup coffee .05
Monterey
C I&L Railway, Noel Simpson Co, Wilpoite 1 1 crtn 1 doz 9714 Max & Hdl
1 bdl 1/2 doz 1 W Galifails nest?
1 crt 1 1/2 ” W 1840 wood clothing pins
1 ” 1/2 ” w 222 wash boards
1 ” nites
1 ” wax .50 1.39
C.I.L. Railway, Cecil K. Stephens, Wilhoite 1 fib tube lus rug
1 bdl 2 rugs .35 .50
New Hanover, R.H. Judy, Wilhoite 10 bu. oats .40 2.40
Simon Ades Sons Co, R.H. Judy, Wilhoite 1 crt dry goods .25
Willie Hawkins 1 horse to moxley .75
Moxley, Goldberg & Kaplan, Gayle Sander 4 crt shoes
1 pkg rope .25
Moxley, Gayle Sanders, Jake Emmels, Adams Ldg, C.B. 1 can lard
1 sack sugar
1 bx peaches
4 bags 48# bags .40
New Hanover, H.H. Sulivan, U.P. Wilhoite 2 bbl fuel oil 2.90 5.50
8.35
14
Down Ky River
Passengers March 1 33
Beenets, Mrs. Renolds .50 Worthorse
Lockport, Miss Nevel .50 Bateswille
Mrs Vina Hunter .75 Cofield
R.G. McCoy .20
Mad, A. Wise .25 M.Hill
Mad, Mr. Lewellan .35 (round trip)
Mad, Mrs. ” .35
Pend., Mr Stevenson .25 wise
Wise, Goldie Martin .25
15
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16 & 17
Freight Mar. 1 33
Mr. Giles 1 horses
1 wagon 4.00
Ed. Thurman, Independent Produce Co 1 coop chickens .25
J.L. Craigmyle, Ed. Turner, Lou 2 cs eggs .40
Bileys Ldg, W.E. Beverly Blue Valley Cream 1 can cream .25
W.E. Beverly, Brooks Bros, Jones, 4 hogs (2 white 2 black & white) 1.40
Mahoney Lidda, Mahoney Independent Produce Co 1 coop turkeys .50
Glen Mary, Lucile Roberts, Pearl Packing Co 1 spotted calf .50
” “, J.W. Quickert, Pearl Packing Co 1 red calf .50
Lock 1, D.S. Holmes, Jack Roberts 1 cow 1.00
Maxley, Gayle Sanders, Tatum Embry Co, Jones 1 red & white calf .50
Mrs Hunter lunch
Cofield, R.G. McCoy 1 victriola .25
1 bx groc
1 sheet iron store .10
2 brooms
Marble Hill, A. Wise 1 sack potatoes .10
Wise, Madison Lumber Co, R.F. Barrickman 2 bx window glass
1 bx galo gutter
3 pcs galo down spout
4 ” ” gutter .25
10.00
Wise, Cofield-Barker Groc Co, Roy Barrickman 1 crt honey
1 bx cheese
1 crt cheese
1 bx prunes
1 bx dry peaches
1 pkg candy
continued over (see over)
18 & 19
Freight Mar. 1 33
Wise, Cofield-Barber, Roy Barrickman 1 crt lye
1 bag twine
5 25# salt
3 50# ”
1 cs syrup
1 crt meat
1 ” groc. .51
Wise, Cofield-Barber Groc Co, S.W. Garriet 1 cs beans
1 bag beans
1 pkg candy
2 crt ”
1 ” groc .25
Wise, W. Trow Co, S.W. Garriett 16 24# hilo plain
24 24# hilo S.R. 1.25
Beth., Hentz Bakery, Matthews and Selmier 1 cs 24 loaves bread returned 2.06
20 & 21
Freight March 2 1933
Bethlehem, J. Bacon & Son, Alvin Hooker, PP Jones 1 rug .50
J. Bacon, Mrs Alvin Hooker, PP Jones 1 bed
1 pr bed rails
1 spring .75
Vaughn Groc Co, Hallie Maxfield 1 crt groc
1 cs VG oats
1 bag G.N. beans .25 4.78
Tri City Market, I.C. Graves 2 bags sugar
4 lbs B .25
Voight Construction Co, Ed. Abbott 78 pcs 1x6x14 546ft
2 ” 1x6x12 12
4 window sash
1 pkg nails 1.70
Stratton and Terstegge Co, Matthews and Sel. 1 bx dry cell bat. .25
Stratton & Terstegge Co, S.B. Smith 1 bdl 12 handled hoes
1 ” 6 garden rakes
1 ” 12 gali pails nested
1 crt hardware .25
4.15
22
Friday
Passengers Mar. 3, 33
John A, Andrew Ralston .75
Cornell, Gayle Cornell .75
Longs, James May .75
“, Pinkney May .75 Jeff
“, Henry Hutsel .75
” Chas. H Scott .75
“, Roy May .75
“, Mrs Alice Sersey .40
Staples, R.E. Staples .75
Clarence Hostetter .75
Redman, Chas Smith .75
Work, Mr. Griffin .75
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Charlestown, Pete Cornell .75
Mrs. – .40 Westport
Charlestown, Lucian Bell .40
10.95
23
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24 & 25
Freight Mar. 3 33
Fulton, J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, Jones 2 cars cream .50
Fulton, J.W. Sigman, blue Valley Cream, Jones 2 cans cream .50
19 Mi, Clarence Bitzer, self, C.B. 5 M.T. oil bbl 1.25
1 basket tobacco .25
Longs, Ed. Stone, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 can cream .25
“, James May 1 case eggs .15
” Robt Stone, Sugar Creek Cream, mail, 1 can cream .25
R.E. Staples, Armours Cream, Jones 1 can cream .25
R.E. Staples, Theo J. Ising 1 cs eggs .15
Gayle Cornell 5 oil .20
Same Ashby 5 oil .20
Chas Smith 5 oil .20
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 can cream .25
J.B. Guthrie, Conrad J. Clausen 50 bales hay $1.50 per ton
2 sacks feed .20
U.S. Berry 1/2 ton coal .75
Ashby, M. Wolf, Sam Ashby 1 sck groc 60#
Work, M. Wolf, J. Griffin, 1 sk sugar 50#
3 pcs pipe 5#
2 scks flour 50
1 ” pot. 50 .25
Longs, Jimmies Place, H.C. Hutsel 1 bx groc
1 25 # bag salt
1 25 # ” sugar
2 24# flour
1 can lard .20
Gayle Cornell 1 bbl flour .25
5.53
26 & 27
Freight Mar 3 33
Staples, Oscar Farmer & Sons, C.R. Hostettler 1 sch hominy
1 sck dairy feed .20
Longs, Jimmies Place, Pinkney May 8 24# sck flour .25
Andrew Ralston, John Abbott 1 rug .25
Beth, Louisville Fertilizer Co, Jess Singer, PP 8 125# bags fertilizer
1 100# ” nitrate soda .83
Beth, Jimmies Place, Matthews & Selmier 2 100# sack sugar
1 4# butter .25
Beth., Denunzio Fruit Co, Matthews and Selmier 1 bu apples
1 hmp bananas
1 bag old cabbage
1 bak lettuce
2 50# bags onions .30
Beth., National Groc Co, Matthews and Selmier 1 cs canned pine apples
1 crt macaroni
1 crt candy
1 ” tin ware
2 ” rolled oats
1 ” paper
2 bags onion sets
4 bags potatoes
2 bx prunes .79
Beth., Myer Bridges Co, S.B. Smith 1 bale twine
1 crt enamel ware .25
Beth, Jeffersonville Dis Co, Matthews and Selmier 1 bx jumbo peaches
1 cs startch
1 bdl 1/4# bags
1 cs 5# staby maple
1 ” r.g. peaches
2 ” #10 cherries
1 bx peaches
2 bag gram sugar
1 bx prunes
1 roll & 1 crt .56
3.68
28 & 29
Beth, Jeffersonville Dis Co, S. B. Smith 1 bag sugar
1 carton .25
Houston, Jimmies Place, Houston Ky 4 100# bags sugar
26# bag .45
Wise, Hall Seed Co, R.F. Barrickman 1 bag dried beans .25
Wise, Belknap Hdw & Mfg Co, Roy F Barrickman 1 crt sheet I. En ware
5 reels galv iron wire
1 crt hdwe bolts and clivises
1 pkg whips
1 crt iron en. ware
1 ” enameled ware .65
Madison, Jewel Tea Co, self
2 bx dry goods
1 bx soap
1 ” w. pawder
1 ” starch
1 ” flavor
1 ” des prep.
3 ” coffee .35
Madison, Peaslee-Gaulbert Cor, J.E.C.F. Harper 6 cs glass bottles
1 crt iron faucets
1 ” pitholine in tin
1 pkt oil mochin
1 keg dry red lead .20 .40
Madison, Belknap Hdw & Mfg Co, Riedel Bros 1 bx iron wedges chain links
1 crt cuttery
25 roll roofing
1 bdl 2 long handles
1 crt 4 curtains stretches
1 bdl 2 ” ”
1 ” 6 handled shovels
1 ” 6 ” scoops 1.12
3.27
30
Passengers Mar 4 33
Beth, Bob Turner .25
“, Pearl Singer .25
John A., Robert Scott & Son .50
Houston, Mrs. McDowel .50
Woodyard, James Robinson .50
King, John Hatcher .50
Willdwood, Hurley Mahoney .50
“, Cal Mahoney chg 25c
Preston H., Isaiah Williams 2 boys .40
Slater, Mrs Merideth and child .40
Woods, Walter Wheeler .35
“, Matt Birg .35
Lees, Mrs. Williams .35
“, Mrs Shelton chg 35
“, Wm Shelton, chg .35
Bohdry, Mr. Boldry & Son .35
John F., John Fresh .25
“, Mrs. John Fresh .35
“, Mrs. Cleo Fresh chg .35
“, Miss Myers .20
Boyer, Ed. Bowyer .50
“, Mrs Bowyer .50
“, Mr. House chg .50
Ferris, Mrs Fisher .35 Burkhart
“, Mrs. Ferris .35
“, Mrs. Hamilton .35
Luckett, Mr. Jones .35
Mrs. David .20
Lewellan, Mr. Lewellan paid
“, Mrs. Lewellan paid
“, Mrs. lewellan .35
John Farley, Mrs. Morgan, pf W.G.H. chg .35
Cofield, Mr Shelton, stewart
Tom Farley, Mrs. Day .35
Willis, Mr Joe Crafton chg 25
“, Georgia Mahoney .25
Mrs. F. Farsee 3 children .25
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32 & 33
Freight Mar. 4 33
Bob Abbott, Pearl McClure, Pearl Packing Co 1 small calf .40
Wise, E.H. Mulikin, Ernest Dunlap, Cofield 2 plow shears .25
Wise, E.H. Mulikin, Avery Stewart, C.B. 1 sulky plow
1 no 20 plow sheare
1 colter & jumbs
1 sulky plow share 1.00
Isaiah Williams 1 battery to be ckg. .50
Preston H., Isaiah Williams, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .25
Preston H., Hurley Mahoney, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .25
Woods, Matt Birg, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .15
Lees, Sherfie Williams, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .25
Robt Scott 5 gal oil .20
Mr. Boldry 1 gal oil paid
Isaiah Williams 3 gal oil .12
Isaiah William returned over pay on hay
Mrs. Morgan 5 gal oil .20
Mrs. Morgan, Schlosser Bros 1 basket eggs
John Fresh, Schlosser Bros 1 bucket cream .15
Cleo Fresh, Schlosser Bros 1 ” ” .15
Mrs. McDowel 2 gal oil .08
Geo Cofield 1 bbl meat .35
Mr Wm Ferris 1 cook chx .25
Mrs Day, Schlosser Bro 1 cs eggs
1 bucket cream
1 can cream .25
Mrs Day 2 gal oil .08
4.92
34 & 35
Mar 4 33
Mrs. Fisher 4 chairs .25
Mr. Shelfton 1 bag potatoes
1 box groc
4 bags flour .25
Florence Ferris 1 bag ferti .15
Cofield Barber, Ada Fresh 1 bag sugar
1 crt pepper
2 ” crackers .25
Plow H., W. Trow Co, Ada Fresh 4 24# hilo
8 12# hilo .25
Bouldry, C.G. Hunger, Alvin Bouldry 1 sk bran .10
Alvin Bouldry 1 bag pot groc .10
Mrs Morgan 1 sk potatoes .10
Woods, Dottie Abbott PP 1 bdl gutters
1 bx fittings .25
John Sample, J.W. Hatcher 1 bag clover
5 bags oats .40
J.W. Hatcher 6 bales hay .35
J.W. Hatcher 1 bag potatoes
1 bx groc .10
Hurley Mahoney 2 bags potatoes .15
Georgia Mahoney 1 victriola .25
Isaiah Williams 2 bags pot .20
3 sck flour
1 bx groc
Ed Bowyer 1 bask. groc
1 bag pot .10
3.25
36 & 37
Mar 4 33
Jobson, Robt Scott 1 bx groc
1 bag pot .10
Jobson, Robt Scott 1 bag ferti .15
Jackson, Roy Barrickman, R.S. Jones 1 bx glass
4 pcs 1x4x16 #1 corn Landing at Jackson Ky .25
Ed. Bowyer 1 bag pot. .10
Madison Lumber Co, Roy Barrickman 12 pcs 1x6x14
7 sheets 10ft cor. roof .35
Pearl Packing Co, Roy Barrickman, C.B. 10 cans lard .50
Robt Scott 3 bags oats .25
1 pkg seed
Houston, Mrs. McDowell 1 bag potatoes .10
Harry Clemmons by cash
1.80
38
Passengers Mar 6 33
Beth, Chas Bobzien .40 Lou
Lou, C.D. Shea .40 West.P.
Beth, Curt Mount .25 Bowyer
1.05
39
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40 & 41
Freight Mar 6 33
Lou., Vick Admire 1 bx and 1 pkg .25
“, Earl S. Miles, S. Goodman & sons, Jones 27 beef hides 10c .50
“, Loyd Staples, Armour Cream, Jones 1 can cream .25
“, J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream 1 can cream .25
“, Godbrodth Bros P.O. Prospect Ky, Lakeland State Hos?, C.B. 69 Bales hay 4.50 ?
Guthrie, Sugar Creek Cream, J.B. Guthrie 1 MT cream can
Longs, ” ” “, Robt Stone 1 ” ” ” ”
“, ” ” “, Ed. Stone 1 ” ” ” ”
Ross, The Moll Co, Chas. Freeberg 75 ft no 1 can flooring .25
Ross, New Hanover, Chas. Freeberg 1 drum coal oil
5 gal can of trastor oil 1.55
Beth, Try City Market, Matthews and Selmier 2 bags sugar .25
“, Denunzio Fruit Co, ” ” 1 bu apples
1 bx cabbage
1 bask. leaf lettuce .25
Wise, Carter Dry Goods Co, Roy F. Barrickman 1 case all cotton fab. .35
Wise, Stratton Tersteggea, S.W. Garriot 4 bdls galv iron roofing
1 bdle 3 pcs ridge roll
1 burlap pkg wire nails .59
Woodyard, James Robinson 1 bag salt .35
5.89
42
Up Ky. River
Passengers Mar 7 33
Worthville, Mrs. Reynolds .50 Bennets
43
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44 & 45
Up Ky River
Freight Mar 7 33
Brooksburg, N. American Ferti Co, McKay Bros 16 125# hogs complete ferti 1.50
” “, Merchants wholesale Groc Co, McKay Bros 2 cs milk
2 bags beans
2 cs oats
1 bag feed
1 cs peaches
1 cs postostie
1 cs corn flakes
1 bx notions .56
Carrollton, Dick Lacy, Meeks 1 bbl coal tar .75 .40
Carrollton, Lou. Tin and Stove Co, Lerman Bros, Meeks 2 rolls velvetta rugs
12 felt base rugs .55
Worthville, R.H. Brown 1623 W.Ky, Sol Legion C.B. 1 dresser .50
Lanes, Merchants Whole S. Groc, Frank Welsh 6 bags potatoes
1 cs corn
3 bags sugar
1 bag potatoes .15 1.40
Moxley, Bradas & Gheens, Gayle Sanders 1 FBB candy
1 diamond P. mit candy
1 c smack ”
2 ponto ”
1 lilly ”
1 D.D. pnut ” .25
Moxley, Otis Hidden Co, Gayle Sanders 8 tubes Pa felt rugs .46
Moxley, C.L. Jewel & Son, Gayle Sanders 4 5 bu sks oats .80 4.80
D?, New Hanover, L.A. Henderson 1 bbl salt .75 2.00
Glen Mary, Belknap H.&M. Co, Wm. Davidson 1 crt iron hdwe
1 crt glass fancy chim .35
Cas? Bea?, Bomer Summers Hdw, Chas E. Marshal 1 kg staples .35
8.22
46 & 47
Up Ky River
Freight Mar 7 33
Rileys, C.L. Jewel & Son, W.E. Beverly 2 sk 10 bu oats
5 sk 10 bu shelled corn .80
Lead Mine, C.L. Jewel & Son, Ben Stewart 1 sk 5 bu. oats
3 sk 6 bu corn shelled .50
Lockport, Ballard & Ballard Co, May Ebersbaker 16 sks flour .05 .55
Fallis Vaughn Groc Co, J.C. Craigmyle 1 ct groc.
1 bdl brooms
1 cs #10 cherries
1 cs oysters
2 bags potatoes
1 bag sugar 10/10
1 crt molasses
1 cs prefared meat
1 cs 2 1/2 kraut
1 bx peaches
1 cs #2 ind peas
1 crt gum .99
Fallis, Louisville First Stone Co, J.L. Craigmyle 1 kg staples
1 bdl 3 rakes
1 ” 6 plow H.
1 crt tin ware .28
Ellis, American Steel & W Co, J.L. Craigmyle 1 reel barbed wire
2 rolls woven wire .53
Monterey, C.I.&L. Railway, C.K. Stens, Wilhoite 1 bdl tube lin rug .35
Monterey, Federal Chem. Co, V.B. Wilhoite, PP CB 16 bags plant bed spe 2.00
“, R.H. Brown, Hieat Carr 1 mattress
4 chairs
1 spr bed
2 roll lins
1 bx
1 bdl
1 dresser 1.20
7.20
48
Montery, Mr. Carter .75 Madison
Riley, Conard Floyd .75
1.50
49
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50 & 51
Down Ky River
Freight Wed Mar 8 33
G.A. Wallace 1 bag meat .35
Mr. Carter 1 cup coffee .05
Rileys, W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Cream 1 can cream .25
Minors Ldg, Ed. Thomas, Kirby Miles, Sanders 2 cows
2 hogs
1 wagon bed 2.60
Herman Berry, 1 cow .75
Mr. Carter 1 meal
Kings, John Hatcher 2 plow points .50
Wise, Elmer E. Scott, Roy Barrickman 1 cs salmon
1 cs raisons
1 bag rice
2 crt groc .25
Jud. Martin 1 horse 1.50
Carl Turner, Metcalf-Carrithers & Leonard 7 hogs 2.10
Carl Turner, Oscar Farmer & Sons, Jones 21 bales hay at 1.50 per ton
Fulton, J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream 1 can cream .25
Howard Stoner 1 keg .15
Bull Cr, Mar 9 – 33, Ed. Brading 1 box line chicks .35
Goddbrodth Bros, Lakehared State Hos, boat 143 bales hay $1.50 per ton
P.O. Prospect Ky, 69 ” as per page 40
total wt. 1455# 10.91
52 & 53 missing
54
Passengers Mar. 9 33
Lou., Chas. Bobzien .40 Beth
Lou., Alice Searcy .40 Longs
Lou., Chris Selmier – Beth.
.80
55
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56
Passengers Mar 10 33
J. Abbott, Roland Abbott .75
Hogan, Clarence Hostetter .75
Meeds, James Ferguson .50 chg .25
Dixon, Dixon .75
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Alotta B., Ed. Smith .75
Charlestown, Pete Cornel .75
Mrs. .40
Mr. Stone .40
5.85
57
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58 & 59
Freight Mar. 10 33
Beth., Matthews and Selmier, Ohio Valley Groc Co, Jones 3 bdl 18 tubs .25
Fulton, J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cream Co 1 can cream .25
Mrs. Minnie Peruett by cash on acct
Matthews & Selmier by cash ” ”
S.B. Smith ” ” ” ”
Louisville Chemical Co ” ” ” ”
Alota B., Ed. Smith 1 bx groc
1 bag pot. .15
Bull Cr, M. Wolf & Sons, E Brading 1 bx sugar
2 sks flour
3 sks potatoes .50
Bull Cr., New Hanover, Chas Frieberg 1 bbl 54 gal coal oil 1.08
Beth, Jos. Denunzio Fruit Co, Matthews & Selmier 1 bu. apples
1 bx bananas
2 baskets lettuce
1 basket kale .25
Beth, Ohio Valley Groc Co, Matthews & Sel. 1 can camp M.M.
1 case syrup
1 case soda
2 bags pot
1 cs sk. wheat
1 cs peaches
2 cs salt
1 cs mac
1 cs salt
1 bx groc
1 ” ” .58
Beth, Jos Denunzio Fruit Co, S.B. Smith 1 bu apples
1 basket kale .25
Beth, Louisville Groc Co, S.B. Smith 2 cs coffee
3 bags onions
8 ” pot .92
Wise, Carter Dry Goods, S.W. Garriot 1 roll felt rug .25
4.48
60 & 61
Mar. 10 -33
Wise, Roy Barrickman, Stratton & Tersteggo, R.B. 1 bdl 12 handles broom
1 sh collar pags
1 bdl handled hoes
1 ” 6 fork hanles
1 crt enamal ware .25
Mad., Plumbers Supply Co, J.H. Poklman 1 bag IP Fitting .10 .15
Mad., Peaslee Gaulhert Cor, J.E.C.F. Harper 18 cs glass bat. .28
Mad., Jewel Tea Co, self 1 bx cookers
1 ” dry goods
4 ” glass ware
1 1 ” washing bow.
1 ” crackers
1 pwd ammonia
1 pottery
1 bx starch
1 ” flavor
13 ” macaroni
4 ” coffee
1 cake chest 1.15
Vevay, Louisville Groc Co, J.W. Vanarsdall 1 bag coffee
1 cs kraut
1 cs spinach
1 cs oil
1 crt canned milk
1 crt p.nut butter .30
2.13
62
Saturday
Passgers Mar. 11, 33
Beth, Nora Singer –
Willis, Mrs Williams and child .50
Watson, Chan Watson .50
Saluda, James Miksell .25
Woods, Matt Birg .35
Bowyer, Mr. House chg 35
Mayfield, James Shelton .35
“, Wm Shelton chg .35
Lees, Curt Mount chg .20
John Fresh, John Fresh .25
Spring Cr., Mr. Garriot .35
” “, Mrs. Garriot & child .35
Ferris,Mrs. Florence Turis .35
Lewellan, Mrs. Lewellan .35
John Farley, Mrs Daisy Lewellan .35
” “, Mrs. Leach .35
” “, Mr. Elmo Leach .35
Lees, Wm. Gammon .20
Pendleton, Luther Shelton .20
Beth, Herbert Turner –
Willis, wood Consley .25
Mrs. Wood Consley .25
6.35
63
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64 & 65 missing
66
Passengers Mar. 13, 33
John A., L.G. Ralson .75 Lou & Return
Works, J.M. Griffin .40
Lou., Mr. Johnson .40 Beth
“, Mrs ” .40 ”
“, Mrs. Whittaker .40 ”
“, Cecil Berry – chg
“, Elmer McDonald .40 ”
“, Alice Stevens .40 ”
“, D.W. Wheeler .40 Rous
3.55
67
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68 & 69
Freight Mar. 13 -33
down
Hanover, Willis Craig, S. Goodman & Sons, Jones 1 bag furs .25
Ross, Lawrence Vest, J.C. Bower & Co, Jones 5 Hogs 9black white) 1.50
Fulton, J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream 1 can cream .25
18 Mi from Westport, J.C. Bitzer 1 corn crusher .75
1 carrier
J.C. Bitzer 1 case eggs .25
Staples, R.E. Staples, Theo J. Ising, Jones 1 case eggs .25
“, R.E. Staples, Armours Cream, Jones 1 can cream .25
UP
Work, M. Wolf & son, J.M. Griffin 1 can oil
1 sk beans .25
J.m. Griffin 50 brick .75
R.E. Staples 2 M.T. eggs –
18 Mil, J.C. Bitzer, J.C.B. 5 drum oil 2.50
Ross, New Hanover, Chas Freebert 2 bags 8 bu oats .50
Beth, Stratton and Terstegge Co, Ben Beach 2 bdls. Galv roofing .40
“, Louisville Tin and Stove Co, Matthews and Selmier 1 roof cement
3 crt screen wire
1 crt tin ware .25
Ralston 2 bags sugar
1 bdle mdse
1 bag corn .35
Houston, Stratton & Terstegge, E.H. Mullikin, Barrickman 4 rolls woven wire
1 gek wire staples
8 rolls barbed wire 3.16
W.G. Garriet 1 bdl MT bags
Bells Ldg Ky, Stratton & Terstegge Co, E.M. Ward 2 reels barbed wire .35
Madison, Lou. Cement Co, Cofield Barber Groc Co 20 pa. bags hyd line
5 jute ” lump ” .73
10.86
70 & 71
Mar 13 33
Westport, Chas Cregg, John Kelly 1 cow 10.80
1 hiefer
1 hot 2.00
Houston, Mrs. Yaeger 2 gal oil .08
Wildwood, E.H. Mullikin, Hurley Mahoney 1 cream separtor .25
13.19
72
Up Ky River
Passenger Mar. 14 33
Mad., Mabel Holman .75 balls
Mad., Mattie Ligon .75 ”
Leonard Floyd .75 Lockport
Sam Thomas, Mrs. Furnish .50 Browney
73
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74 & 75
Up Ky River
Freight Mar 14 33
Lanes, stratton & Tersteege, Frank Welsh 1 bdle 12 galv. pails
1 ” 6 ” fubs
1 ” galv ware
2 crt utility cabinets
1 crt enamel ware
1 crt hdwe
Lanes, John L. Sample, Frank Welsh 2 bales hay 237#
Lanes, W. Trow Co, Frank Welsh 8 bags 24# perfection
8 ” ” hilo
1 ” 100# mixed feed corn .13
Moxley, Penslee-Gaulbert, Gayle Sanders 1 bx plain window glass
“, Cofield-Barber Groc Co, Gayle Sanders 1 cs soda
2 crt soap
1 bx prunes
2 ” dry peaches
10 bag salt
1 cs oats
20 10# neal
4 bags sugar
5 ” beans
2 crt
toasties
1 cs p.n. butter
1 crt groc
Moxley, Belknap Hdw & Mfg Co, Galye Sanders 1 crt iron hdwe
1 crt cutlery
1 coil rope
1 crt lantern gloes
2 bdles 24 galv pails
1 drum carbide
Marksburg, New Hanover, Sim Smith 15 bu feed oats
10 bu see oats
76 & 77
Mar 14 – 33
Lockport, Bleknap Hdwe & Mafg Co, May Ebersbaker 1 crt iron hdwe
1 ” lin rug
1 bag sweat bags
1 coil cotton rope
1 crt iron tacks
1 crt handled oxes com .11
Lockport, Otter & Co, May Ebersbaker 4 bag potatoes
1 ” sugar
3 crt cake flour
Lockport, John Sample, J.C. Godfroy, Ebersbaker 2 bales hay
3 bags oats
1 bag wheat
Fallis, Otter & Co, J.L. Craigmyle 4 bag see potatoes
1 ” oats
1 ” gran sugar
1 ” beans
1 crt candy
Fallis, Ballard & Ballard, J.L. Craigmyle , J.L.C. 16 24# table talk
2 98# ” ”
Monterey, Ballard & Ballard, W.W. Kemper, Wilhorti 40 24# sks table talk
Monterey, Stratton and Terstegge, W.W. Kemper, Wilhoite, 6 rolls woven wire
“, Peaslee Gaulbert, W.W. Kemper, Wilhoite 1 crt chinaware
12 cs metal eam. ware
4 cs ” ” ”
John Sample Discount
Gayle Sanders by cash on acct
Roy Marksbury by cash
78
Down Ky River
Passengers Mar. 15 33
Gest, Mrs. I. Cox .50 Gratz
Balls, Mabel Holman .75 Madison
Mad., Mrs. Augusta Gray .25 Wise
Mad., Dick Williams – chg .25
Mad., Mrs Wilhams – chg .25
Tom Farley, Fred Solsbury .25 beth
79
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80 & 81
Down Ky River
Freight Mar 15 33
Madison, Lidda mahoney, Pearl Packing Co, Strickland 1 calf .50
J.L. Craigmyle, Ed. Turner 2 cs eggs .30
Madison, E.C. Davidson, Pearl Packing Co., Strickland 2 hogs (white) 1.00
John Abbott, Delbert Sherrell 2 pkg wall paper .25
Marble Hill, Dick Williams, self, household goods 5.00
Wise, Cofield-Barker Groc Co, R.F. Barrickman, R.F.B. 1 bx tobacco
2 cs tomatoes
10 bags meal 10#
1 crt candy
1 bag sugar
2 cs coffee
1 bx dried peaches
2 crt groc. .41
Wise, W. Trow Co, R.F. Barrickman, R.F.B. 8 24# perfection
24 24# hilo
16 24# hilo s.r.
3 100# bran 1.80
Wise, Cofield-Barber Groc Co, S.W. Garriot, Barrickman 3 cs bakign pwd.
1 box candy
1 cs corn
1 ” beans
1 bx soap
1 cs w. powd
1 cs pickles
1 cs syrup
1 crt groc .43
9.69
82
Passengers Mar. 17 33
Beth., Alice Stevens .40 Lou
Ross., Mrs. Whittaker .40 ”
W. Port., Mrs. King .75 ”
Longs., Mary Hutsel .40 harmony
Dixons, Mr. Dixon .75 Lou
Work, Mr. Griffin .40 Lou
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75 ”
Allota B, Ed. Smith .75 ”
Charlestown, Pete Carnel .75 ”
Lou, Ivan Morgan .40 Ralson
Lou, Mrs. Morgan & child .40 ”
Lou, Mrs. Dixon .40 Dixon C
83
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84 & 85
Friday
Bethlehem to Louisville
Freight Mar 17 33
Wise, Wm. F. McClure Isaac, Rosendourn & Sons, Jones 1 bag beef hide
Fullton, J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream 2 cans cream
Long, Robt Stone, Sugar Creak Cream, mail 1 can cream
Staples, R.E. Staples, Armours Cream, Jones 1 can cream
Staples, R.E. Staples, Theo J. Ising, Jones 1 cs eggs
Mrs. Holderfield, self, Jones 9 bags corn
Goodwin, J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek C?, Jones mail 1 can cream
Allota B., Ed Smith 1 bx groc.
1 basket groc
2 bags chx feed
Works, J.M. Griffin 1 can coal tar
Bowyer, Andrew Jackson 1 bag chips
Ross, Hall Seed Co, Lawrence Vest, PP CB 1 bag grass see
2 bags oats
Beth, Vaughn Groc Co, hallie Maxfield 1 bag gran sugar
1 cs octogon soap
1 cs kraut
1 cs table salt
1 cr groc
1 bag flak hom.
1 bag g.n. beans
Beth, Robert Pernett 1 dog
Beth, International Har. Co of Am., Matthew and Sel 1 bag agri inf parts
1 bdl pitmans
Beth., Benunzio Fruit Co, Matthew and Selmier 1 bx ban
1 ox pale
2 lettuce
1 box oranges 2.50
86 & 87
Mar 17 33
Beth, National Groc Co, Matthews and Selmier 1 crt baking pwd
1 crt peanut butter
1 crt tobacco
1 bx soap
1 cs canned kraut
1 bx apricots
1 cs canned peas
1 crt soda
1 cs canned milk .34
Mr. Dixon 2 bags sugar
1 bag
2 boxes .25
Mr. Dixon 5 gal coal oil .20
Ed. Smith 5 gal coal oil .20
18 Mi., J.C. Bitzer 1 bbl oil .50
1.49
88 & 89 missing
90 & 91
Mad, Belknap Hdw. & Mfg Co, Riedel Bros 1 crt thermetors
1 crt furnace cement
1 bdle 30 bars iron
3 only wood churns
2 crt gali oil cans
1 bdl. theo black iron .20
Mad., Jewel Tea Co, self, madison 1 bx almn ware
1 bx soap
1 bx w. powd.
1 bx crackers
1 bx flavoring
6 bx macaroni
2 bx coffee .41
Mad., The Hampton Cracker Co, Riedel Bros, PP CB 1 bx crackers .25
“, Myer-Bridges Co, Lester W. Custer 1 bale sweat pands
1 pkg shoe dressing
1 kg fence staples .15
Mad., Louisville Groc Co, Chas. Hientz 1 bbl sugar
Milton, United Casket Co, Barclay & Terrell, PP Jones 1 bx casket .60
1.90
92 & 93
Freight Mar. 20, 1933
18 Mi Isl, Clarence Bitzer, Henry Fisher, Louisvile 2 bulls 2.00
Staples, Elza Staples, Armoure Creamery ” ” 1 can cream .2?
“, ” ” Theo. Ising ” ” 1 case eggs .2?
2.5?
Freight Tues. Mar 21 -33
Louisville Stratton & Terstegge, Matthews & Selmier, Beth 5 rolls woven wire fencing 636
Passengers up Ky River Wednesday Mar. 22
Dam 1 Miss Mary Bell Cox 50 Gest
94 & 95
Freight up Ky River Wed. March 22 1933
Brooksburg, Merchants Whole Sale Gro Co., McKay Bros. 2 bdls bags
2 bags sugar
1 cs. krau
1 ” tomatoes
2 ” oats
2 ” vinegar
1 bx tobacco
1 cs salmon
1 bag beans
1 cs coffee
1 bx notion
1 cs wheat flake
Brooksburg, Stratton & Tresteege, McKay Bro 1 bdle galvo. tubs
1 carton auto tube patch
2 kegs wire nails
2 rolls woven wire
1 bx hdw
1 bx paint in meatl 1.39
Lanes, W. Trow Co., Frank Welsh 2 bbls hilo self rising .50
“, C.G. Hunger, ” ” 2 hay 198 lbs .39
“, Merchant Whole Sale Gro, ” ” 2 bag sugar
1 ” beans
1 keg nails
1 cs notions .66
“, Stratton & Terstegge, Frank Welsh 13 boles galv iron roof
1 bx sheet zinc 3.37
Moxley, boat, Gayle Sanders 6 bbls salt 3.00
“, Stratton & Terstegge, ” ” 1 can linseed oil
1 keg staples
3 reels barbed wire
1 roll wrapping paper
1 bdl 12 hoe handles
1 carton hdw
1 box paint .92
Moxley, Vaughn Gro Co, Gayle Sanders 2 cs qt. apple butter
3 cs ” prep mustard
1 ” cherries
1 carton borax
1 cs sweet pickles
1 cs clothes pins
10.23
96 & 97
Moxley, Vaughn Gro. Co, Gayle Sanders 4 cs extracts
1 cs 2 1/2 kraut
2 cs #5 staley syrup
2 cs #10 staley syrup
3 bags sugar 1.34
1 bbl salt .50
Balls, Cofield Barker, H.B. Hunter 2 cans lard
1 carton bacon
2 bags beans
1 bbl salt
1 keg nails
1 pkg thread
1 bag potatoes 1.31
2 bbls salt 1.00
Beverly Geo. C Vail and Sons, Everet Smith 1 bdl bed ends
1 ” ” rails
1 spring
1 bale mattress
2 crates tables
3 bdl chairs
1 carton cabinet base
1 ” ” top
1 ” cedar chest
1 bdl. rocker
1 bale rug
2 tubes rug
1 crate table legs
1 ” ” leaves 2.50
Lockport, Vaughn Groc Co, May Ebersbaker 5 bags potatoes .75
“, Stratton & Tersteegge ” ” 7 rolls comp. roofing
6 reels barbed wire
3 boles 18 plow point 1.52
“, United Produce Co, ” ” 5 sax potatoes .75
“, Louisville Tin & Stove Co, May Ebersbaker, 1 bdl 6 W boards
1 ” 12 plow hdles
1 ct clothes w ringer
1 ” oil cloth
1 bx tin ware
2 ct china ware
1 crate oil stove
1 ” oven 19.94
98 & 99
Lockport, Louville Tin & Stone, May Ebersbaker 1 ct shelf .67
Lockport Louisville Tin & Stone, J.C. Godfrey 1 keg steel nails
1 ct dry batteries
1 cr wire goods .17
Fallis, boat, J.L. Craigmyle 5 bbls salt 2.50
“, boat, ” ” 1/2 ton coal .75
“, W. Trow Co., ” ” 1 bble flour .25
Monterey, Merchants Whole Sale, W.W. Kemper 1 cs marsh mellow
1 bag feed
1 cs pineapple
1 cs salmon
2 bag sugar
1 cs canned meat
1 cs. salt
1 cs. notions
1 bbl china ware .99
26.57
100 & 101
to Madison
Passengers April 1 33
Woodyard, James Robinson .50
“, Mrs. Williams .50
“, Mrs. Consley .50
Wildwood, Harley Mahoney .50
Mrs. Mahoney .50
Pres. H., I. Williams .40
Harris, Mrs. Harris .35
Burkhards, Mrs. F.C. Burkharts .35
Lucket, Mrs. Jones .35
“, Master Jones –
Lewellan, Mrs. Lewellan .35
Cooper, R.J. McCoy .35
Cofield, Ernest Dunlap .35
Lees, Miss Mahoney .20 Wells
5.70
102 & 103
Down Ky River Thus March 23 – 1933
Fallis, T.J. Gardner, Sam Browning 1 coop chickens .50
Beverly, Ernest Bevesly 1 can cream .25
April 1, 1933 To Madison
Bowyer, James Robinson, E.E. Bowyer 1 hog .50
cash from M. box
Willis, Wood Consley, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .25
Willis, Shellie Williams 1 basket eggs –
Wildwood, Hurley Mahoney, Pearl Packing Co 1 calf .40
” “, John Weiner 1 bx chickens
1 box eggs .25
Pres. Hal., Isaiah Williams, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .25
Burkhadt, Mrs. F.C. Burkhards, Merchants Cream FCB 1 bucket cream
1 basket hen eggs
1 ” goose eggs .25
Lewellans, Mrs. Jones, John Weiner 1 coop chickens
1 small bucket cream .25
Mrs. Lewellan, Schlosser Bros 1 basket eggs
1 bx eggs .25
R.J. McCory, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream
1 cs eggs
1 basket eggs .30
2.85
104 & 105
April 1 33
Cofield, Ernest Dunlap, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .25
1 cs eggs .15
Tom Farly, Mrs. L. Day, Schlosser Bros 2 small buckets cream
1 cs eggs .25
2 MT eggease
2 cream buckets
Ernest Dunlap cash
Mrs. Day 2 gal oil .08
Mrs. Pendleton 6 rolls wire
W.H. Miller & Sons, J.A. McCoy CB PP 1 bx glass
1 ” paint
1 ” hdwe
83 pcs 32×48 p. board
2 bags cement 1.50
F.C. Burkhardt 4 bags oats .40
” ” ” 3 bag potatoes .30
Florence Ferris 1 bag pot .10
2 bags oats
1 sk timothy
2 bags feed
1 pkg .46
Mrs. Lewellan 5 gal oil .20
Harry Mahoney 3 bags pot
5 bu oats
48 H flour .50
Dottee Abbott 1 bag seed
4 ” oats .52
I. Williams 1 bag seed
2 pkg seed
groc
1 rool wire
1 bdl w. paper .10
1 gal oil .04
5.45
106 & 107
I. Williams cash on acct
Hurley Mahoney 5 gal oil .20
Hurley Mahoney 1 pump box
1 pkg pipe
1 chain .25
R.F. Barrickman 1 bag see .15
A.H. Wenbrenner Co, Roy F. Barrickman 4 cs. shoes .25
Gale Cornell 10 gal coal tar .50
Shellie Williams 2 gal oil .08
Emma Robinson by cash on acct
108
Passengers April 3-33
Bells B., Hugh Straughn .75 Bells B.
Staples, Clarence Hostetter .75
Haymakers, Mr. Morgan .75 Jeff
“, Mrs. ” .75
Redman, Chas Smith .75
Ahsby, Sam Ashby .75
Lou, Mrs. Shea .40 Westport
Lou, Irvin Dixon .40 Dixon
Jobson, Robt Scott paid 5th chg .25 Pres. H.
109
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110 & 111
Freight April 3 -33
Lou., Jewel Tea Co, self boat 2 pkg nations .2
Lou., J.W. Sigman, Henry Knight & Son, Jones 5 hogs 2 white, 3 black & white 1.50
Lou., J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cream, boat 4 cans cream 1.00
Lou., J.C. Bitzer, self, C.B. 7 bbl potatoes 1.05
Lou., J.C. Bitzer, self, Henry Fischer Packing Co, CB 1 black & white calf .50
Lou., R.E. Staples, Theo j. Ising, Jones 1 case eggs .2
Lou., R.E. Staples, Armours Creameries, Jones 2 cans cream .5
Lou., Robert Stone, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 can cream
Lou., J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Cream, mail 1 can cream
Lou., Frank Welsh, Stratton & Serstegge Co 1 box returned
Dixon C., Mr. Dixon 1 box groc
Fry, J.B. Guthrie 1 M.T. cream can
Ashby, Sam Ashby 1 bag pot 1 bx groc
” ” 5 gal oil
Word, J.M. Griffin 4 sacks flour
1 sack sugar .25
Work, J.M. Griffin 15 pland 200 ft
Staples, Otter & Co., R.E. Staples 1 bag sugar
“, Theo J. Ising, ” ” ” 2 egg cases
” ” ” 1 bx groc
Staples, C.R. Hostetter 1 horse feed
“, Hall See Co, ” ” ” 1 bag potatoes
Robt Stone, 1 M.T. cream can
H. Straughn 3 bags sugar
2 sck flour
1 bx groc
112 & 113
April 3 -33
Ross, New Hanover, Chas. Freeberg, 1 drum oil 5 gal trator oil 1.60 6.40
Beth, Stratton & Terstegge Co, S.B. Smith 1 roll steel wire p. netting
1 crt 3 screen doors
1 crt screen grills
1 crt hdw. .30
18 Mi, Clarence Bidzer 2 rolls & 1 reel wire 1 keg st .40
Beth, Stratton & Terstegge, Matthews and Selmier 2 bdls 24 handled hoes
2 rolls woven wire fencing .36
“, Louisville Groc Co, S.B. Smith 3 bags potatoes .32
Wise, Belknap Hdw. & Mfg Co, R.F. Barrickman 1 crt lamp furners
4 bdls 12 wsh tubs
E. Abbotts Ldg 1 bx window glass
1 bdl 12 stone pipe elbows
1 crt 25 stove pipe nested
E. Abbotts Ldg 1 bx 2 pcs glass
1 crt iron tarps
5 rolls gal. iron wire .74
Mad, Peasle Gaulbert Corp, Fred Glass co 6 cs ice cream cones .10 .15
“, ” ” “, J.C.E.F. harper Co 1 ctn white lead
4 kegs ” ”
1 ct safety fuses .10 .15
“, ” ” “, Schmidt & Harper 1 bbl linseed oil
1 ctn pumice stone
1 ” alarm clocks
1 ” bronzing lqd. 18 .42
“, ” ” “, Elmer E. Scott Co 65 cs glass bottles .32
“, ” ” “, Frank Schnatter 6 cs ice cream cones .15
Edw Marcu Co, J.E.C.F. Harper Co 1 drum turpentine
1 bdl dry paint .27 .63
“, Louis Hartman & Sons, Chas Hentz 10 100# double shs cer. sugar .70
United States Casket Co, Barclay & Spillman PP 1 casket .60
114 & 115
Beth, Ballard & Ballard, Matthews & Selmier, PP 24 24# sk flour
1 sk rus all mask .68
116
UP Ky River
Passengers April 4 33
Mad., Claud Kemper .75 Perry Park
Car., Earl Fitzgerald .50 Gost
117
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118 & 119
UP Ky River.
Freight April 4 33
Milton, Fred Haupt, Chas Abbott 1 bdl trees
1 dog wood tree
Brooksburg, Merchants Wholesale Groc Co, McKay Bros 2 cs tomatoes
1 ” puffed wheat
6 cs corn
2 ” beans
1 ” soda
1 ” salmon
1 ” milk
2 bags sugar
1 crt tape
Brooksburg, Stratton and Terstegge Co, McKay Bros 1 cs milk
1 ” apricots
1 bag sugar
1 cs apple butter
1 ” oysters
1 bag sugar
1 bx notions
Brooksburg, Mr. W. Sale Groc Co, McKay Bros 6 bags sugar
1 cs beans
1 ” peaches
1 ” prunes
1 ” bonami
1 ” catsup
1 ” coffee
1 bx notions
“, ” ” “, McKay Bros 1 coil cotton rope
5 reels barbed wire
1 key staples
1 bdl stone pipe
1 bx twine
120 & 121
Freight April 4 33
Lanes, New Hanover, Frank Welsh 1 10 gal can coal tar .35
“, ” “, Frank Welsh 2 55 gal drums oil 1.65
Lanes, ” “, Frank Welsh 16 24# sks hilo 5
1 100# bag middlings .65
Lanes, Belknap Hdwe & Mgg Co, Frank Welsh 1 crt cotton twine
1 bdl 12 brooms
1 cst cottone twine
1 kg iron nails
1 bag horse collars
1 crt lamp chimneys .25
Lanes, Merchants W.S. Groc Co, Frank Welsh 1 bag sct
1 case oats
2 bags feed
1 bdl bags
1 cs milk
1 bag potatoes
1 drum crackers
1 bx notions com .68
Moxley, Vaughn Groc Co, Gayle Sanders 4 cs (qt) vinegar
3 bags potatoes
2 ” G.N. beans
2 ” kidney beans
1 ” rice
4 cs OK Mac
2 ” no 10 cherries
2 ” no 10 peaches
5 bags gran sugar
1 crt lamp chimneys
Maxley, Ferncliff Feed Grain Co, Gayle Sanders 7 bags feed
2 ” oats
2 ” corn
6 box feed 2.25
122 & 123
Freight April 4 33
Moxley, The Elmer Scott Co, Gayle Sanders 2 cs syrup
4 ” b. powder
2 bx soap .45
Moxley, Bradas & Gheens, Gayle Sanders 2 bx candy
4 litle canday
4 mother stk
4 lettle mde
Moxley, Merchants W. Sale Groc Co, Gale Sanders 4 cs beans
4 bag sugar
3 cs coin
6 ” oats .66
Moxley, Stratton & Terstegge Co, Gayle Sanders 1 bx horse shoe nails
6 reels barbed wire
1 keg wire nales
1 bx batteries
1 ” radio rubes 1.10
Beverly, Chas Fischer, Everett Smith 1 pair buggy shafts .35
Lead Mine, New Hanover, Ben Stewart 2 sacks corn
1 ” egg mash
2 bags .25
Lockport, Vaughn Groc Co, May Ebersbaker 1 bag g.n. brans
Lockport, Belknap Hdw. & Mafg Co, May Ebersbaker 1 bx hdw hoe heads
3 roll woven wire fence
1 bdl 4 grub hoe handles
1 crt glas lamp chim
2 kegs horse shoes
1 crt 25 joints stove pipe
4 round lin. rugs
124 & 125
Freight April 4 33
Lockport, Stratton and Terstegge, May Ebersbaker 1 crt ax handles
2 crt lamp chim
1 keg wire nails
1 ” ” staples
1 crt inner tubes .42
Lockport, Chas Fischer, R.W. Jones 1 buggy 1.50
Fallis, New Hanover, John Bruce JLC 1 bx window glass .25
Fallis, Otter & Co, J.L. Craigmyle 2 bags gran sugar
1 ” 10/10 sugar
1 ” n. beans .60
J.L. Craigmyle 4 Wm. Harpers check 11.00
Fallis, W. Trow Co, J.L. Craigmyle 1 bbl perfection in wood
8 24# sks ” .50
Fallis, Trimble Milling Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 24 24# sks flour lilly .75
Fallis, Vaughn Groc Co, J.L. Craigmyle, 7 bags pot 1.05
Fallis, New Hanover, J.L. Craigmyle 1 drum oil .83 4.40
Gest, Brindley Hardy Co, G.W. Kelley & Son, Webb 1 plow bean
1 pr plow handles
1 flow button .35
by Turner to J.L. Craigmyle credit Craigmyle
Gest, Myer-Bridges Co, G.W. Kelley & Son, Webb 1 bag trace chains
3 sp brbed wire
1 bdl bambo fishing poles
1 crt fishing tackle
1 crt painted cans
1 crt washboards
1 roll roofing paper .73
Monterey, Hall Seed Co, U.B. Wilhoite 2 bags potatoes .25
“, Southern Seed Co, U.B. Wilhoite 17 bags n.w. oats
” 10 ” wheat bran 3.95
“, New Hanover, ” ” ” 1 bbl pitch .55 5.99
“, Belknap Hdwe & Mfg, Nickols Co 1 roll woven wire
126
Down Ky. River
Passengers April 5 33
Gest, Mr. Shaw .50 Gratz
“, Mrs. Shaw .50 ”
Browning, Mrs. Furnish .50 Lock 2
Beverly, Mrs. W.E. Beverly .50 Worshville
Balls, Claud Kimper .75
Car., Emma Browell .50 Willis
Stevenson, Robert Scott .50
Wise, James A Stone .50 Longs
127
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128 & 129
Freight April 5, 3
Lou J, Ernest Beverly, Brooks Bros, Jones 1 white hog .50
Lou J, McKay Bros, Merchants W. Sale Groc Co, Jones 1 box coffee .25
Lou, W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley Cream 1 can cream .25
Lou J, Ola Mahoney, Armours Creameries, Jones 1 can cream .25
Lou J, J.A. Kiper, Brooks Bros, Jones 1 red calf .50
James Robinson, Prentice Scott 1 hog .50
130 & 131
Freight April 6, 33
Lou., Jimmies Place, Pinkney May Long 16/24 bags flour
1/50 can lard
1 bag onion sets
1 box groceries .65
Lou., Carter Dry Goods Co., S.B. Smith, Beth 3 rolls felt base rug .10
Lou., Carter Dry Goods, Matthews & Selmier 1 carton dry goods
“, Stratton & Terstegge ” ” 2 rolls woven wire .22
“, Carter Dry Goods, Roy Barrickman 1 carton canoes .10
“, Ohio R. Trans. Co., ” ” 2 bx lig meds .05
Jesse Singer 1 ton coal 1.50
132 & 133
April 7th 1933
Beth. To Louisville
Freight
cash 145
cash 1.92
ck 1741
Ross Ldg J., Warren Kallenbach, J.C. Bower, Jones 2 hogs .50
Segmon, W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cry 1 10 gal can cream
2 5 ” ” ” .75
Longs, J.B. Mayo, self 1 case eggs .25
Staples J., R.E. Staples, Theo Ising, Jones 1 case eggs .25
J.M. Griffin to account
Try, J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Cr. cry 1 5 gal can cr .25
Gottsbrath Bros on acct
C. Smith 2 gal oil 16
Chstown, Pete Cornell 1 bag flour & groc .10
A. Beach, Ed Smith 1 ” corn 1 bag oats
groc .20
Staples Ldg, R.E. Staples 1 box glass
3 rolls roof .25
“, R.E. Staples 5 bags oats
2 ” bran .70
“, R.E. Staples 1 ” potatoes .10
Ed Smith 5 gal oil .20
Lamp Ldg, Pinkney May 16 24# bags flour
1 cs oats 1 bags potatoes .30
” “, Pinkney May 6 rolls roofing .30
Beth, Jeff. Dist. Co. Matthews & Selmier 23 cases groceries
“, Vaugh Groc Co, Matthews & Selmier 5 bags sugar .85
” “, ” ” 7 ” potatoes
” “, ” ” 2 ” O. sets
” “, ” ” 1 ” sugar 1.47
” “, ” ” 1 keg soda 1 roll paper
” “, ” ” 10 cs groc
“, Lou Groc Co Matthews & Selmier 13 pkgs groc .40
” Myer Bridges Co, S.B. Smith 1 keg nails 1 crt hdw .25
Wise’s, Strat & Terstegge, E. H. Mullikin 1 can oil 1 pail cement
1 bdl hdles 1 box hdw .25
“, Otis Hidden, R.F. Barrickman 6 rolls rugs 1 crtn shads .35
Jewel Tea, Jewel Tea Co, 14 pkgs groc etc. 55
Star San Co, John Pohloman 2 bdls pipe
1 bag fittings .35
Gairies, M. Abbott, Shelby McDowese 1 ? .25
L Hartman, Geo Co F? 10 crts groc .45
9.28
134 & 135
Passenger Beth to Lville Apr 7 1933
Longs, Pinkney May .75
“, J.B. May .75
“, Tiny Stone .75
“, Henry Hutsell .75
James Stone .75
Dickson, M. Dickerson .75
Cokes, Chas. Smith .75
Weeks, J. M. Griggin .40
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Allotta Bech, Ed Smith .75
Chstwn, Pete Cornell .74
Jeff, R.N. Vest .40
136 & 137
Passengers Bethlehem to Madison
Apr 8th 33
Ralston, Walter Luckett .50
“, Mrs Luckett .50
“, Mr Scott .50
“, Mrs. ” .50
Holloway, Bert Yager .50
Bob Abbott, Mrs. McDowell .50
” “, Mrs McDowell .50
Woodyard, Jas. Robinson .25 face one
Wises, John Buchanan .50
“, Mr Carson .50
“, Mrs Stevenson .25
Jackson, R. Horine .50
Willis, S. Williams .50
“, Mrs. ” .50
“, Mrs Crafton .50
“, 2 Children –
Wildwood, H. Mahoney .50
Bowyers, Ed Bowyer .50
Mrs ” .50
Pres. Hot, I. Williams .40
Mrs Williams .40
” “, 2 children
Woods, Matt Birge .35
“, S.W. Wheeler .35
Lees, Mr. Shelton chg
“, Chas. Shelton ”
“, Cecil House ”
Fresh, John Fresh .25
“, Mrs ” .35
“, Cleo Fresh .35
“, Mrs. ” ” .25
Ferris, Mrs Mahoney .35
Gilmore, Mrs Jones .35
Master –
Lewellan, Carroll Lewellan .35
“, Mrs ” .35
Farleys, Daisy Lewellan .35
Tom Farley, Mr Day .20
” “, Mrs ” .20
Paynes, Ldg E. Ashby .20
Farley, Mrs Farley .20
Watson, Tom Crady .25
Mrs ” .25
Faris, Mr Farris .20
Wiser, Mrs Mahoney .20
Way pd, Apr 1
Harrell, Mrs Starling .25
Lees, Miss Huit .25
15.10
138 & 139
Frt. Beth To Madison 4-8-33
R.F. Barrackman 6 bags cen?
2 cases putty .65
” ” ” to Willis 1 bbb flour .20
R.F. Barrackman 14 pkgs groc .85
R.F. Barrackman 8 bag flour Willis .20
E.E. Bowyer by cash on acct.
Bert Yeager 2 gal oil .08 16
Mrs McDowell 5 ” ” .20 40
Mrs. Lee Crafton 5 ” ” .20 40
Shellie Williams 2 ” ” .08 16
R.F. Barrackman 1 pr shoes 10 135
Mrs C.E. Peruett 1 chair 1 setter .25
James Robinson 1 bag potatoes .10
Robt Scott to Jabson 8 24# bags flour
Monday 1 can lard .25
R.F. Barrackman 5 bdl w. paper .10
140 & 141
Freight Apr 8 Beth. to madison
S. Williams, Pearl Pkg Co 1 red calf .40
Mrs Lee Crafton, Schlosech 1 can cr .15
Hurley Mahoney, ” 1 ” ” .15
S. Williams, ” 1 ” ”
” “, ” 1 bas eggs .25
Isiah Williams, ” 1 can 1 bucket cr .30
William Crafton, ” 1 ” cr. .15
Mrs. Lee Crafton, John Wiener 1 bas eggs .10
” ” “, John Wiener 1 coop chicks .40
Wilbur Crafton, ” ” 1 ” ” .40
Matt Birge, Pearl Pkg Co 1 calf .40
S.W. Wheeler, ” ” ” 1 ” .40
Nell Jones, Schlosser 1 bucket cr. .10
Claude Carson, School Har L 3 bags harness .15
Carroll Lewellan, Pearl Pkg 2 black hogs .50
Daisy Lewellen, Schlosser 1 can cr 1 cs eggs .30
W.H. Chappel bal on acct
Mrs. Day, Schlosser 1 cs eggs .15
Carroll Lewellen, John Wiener 1 ccop chicks .25
” ” cash on 5 gal oil
Ada Fresh 11 pkgs groc .50
Alvin Boldry 1 bag feed .10
Rosa Caswell 1 ” oats .20
Ed Bowyer 1 bale straw .10
John Fresh 8 24# flour .20
” ” 3 pcs lumber .05
” ” 5 gal oil .20 .40
Daisy Lewellan 2 ” oil .08 .16
Mrs. Jones 2 ” oil .08 .16
S.W. Wheeler 1 bag pots
1 pkg. .10
1 can oil .10
Walt Birge 2 bags potatoes .25
John Fresh 1 bag fert. .10
Carrol Lewellan 1 ” potatoes .10
J.R. Horine 2 bale straw
” ” ” 2 pkgs .15
Robt Dunlap 3 rolls wise .30
J.W. Davis 2 bags coal
1 ” feed .25
7.31
142 & 143
[everything is marked out]
144 & 145
Passengers Beth. to Lville apr. 10-1933
Beth, Mr. Avery .40
Hogan, R.E. Staples .40
To Beth, Alice Stevens .40
” Wises, Chas Hicks .40
“, Mrs ” .40
Wises, Mrs Starling .25 to Harrells
Jobson, Mrs Scott .25 ” Varbles
“, Miss Hunt .25 ”
Woodyard, Mr Harness .25
300
Frieght Beth – Lville 4-10-33
Ross, Chas. Freeburg, Geo, Moore 1 nut oil drum
Sigmon, J.W. Sigmon, Blue Val Cy 2 cans’ cream .50
Hogans, R.E. Staples, Theo J. Ising, Jones 1 cs. eggs .15
“, ” ” “, Armour Pry, Jones 1 can cream .25
“, ” ” “, W.H. Jeffries, Jones 15 hogs 3.75
Longs, Robt Stone, Sugar Creek 1 5 gal can cr .25
Werles, Mr. Griffin, Buford Meeks 1 lot H.H. goods .75
Singer Schiner Co, Gulf Rfg Co, Jones 1 oil drum #406558 .25
UP River
Lou. Jewell & Son, Pickney may 1 crum oil .50
” “, ” ” 8 bags oats
” “, ” ” 2 ” clover seed
” “, ” ” 2 ” tim. seed 1.15
” “, ” ” 1 ” meal
” “, ” ” 1 ” tankage
Pinkney May 1 plow point .10
Chas Freeburg 1 crum oil
1 can trac. oil 1.60
Lou, Lewis Inep. Co, Roland Abbott 1 bag clover see
2 ” tim ”
1 ” glass ” .50
“, Stratt-Tersteegge Co, Ben Beach 1 roll wire .15
“, ” ” “, Matt & Schuier 3 rolls wire .30
Lou Pub. Whs Co, arbuckle Bros, ” ” PPCS 3 crtus coffee .25
” Tri City Mkt, ” ” 2 bags sugar 1 pkg geo .25
“, Carter Dry Goods Co, ” ” 1 crtus car? .10
10.80
146 & 147
Freight Apr. 10-1933 Lou to Up river point
fwd PP 146 10.80
Lou., Chambers Seed Co, Alice Stevens 2 bags alf. see .32
“, Groc. Biscuit Co, R.F. Barrackman 3 box 1 can crx .25
“, S.B. Smith 2 bags potatoes .20
Jerry Williams, Elmer Turner 22 bdles hay 1.50
“, Otter & Co, Clem harmon 2 bags beans
13.32
148 & 149
Freight Apr 11-33 Up Ky River
$19.14
Lou, Mer. Whs. Groc Co, McKay Bros 1 bag rice
14 pkgs groc. .35
Lou, Stratt & Terstege, Frank Welsh 1 rdl paper 1 crtn .25
“, Mer Whsl Groc, Frank Welsh 4 cs. can goods
“, ” ” “, ” ” 1 bag potatoes
“, ” ” “, ” ” 1 box notions .32
“, Arver Fer. Co, H.D. Stout PPCD 32 bags fertilizer 4.00
“, Simon Ades, Gayle Sanders 1 cs dry goods
1 crtn ” ” .25
Madison, Cof. & Bar., Gayle Sanders 10 crnts groc etc
5 bags sugar
2 ” beans
12 ” oats
10 ” meal
2 bdls paper bags
“, ” “, ” ” 1 can tar 1.80
Cooper, R.L. Mccoy 3 head cattle 2.25
Str Han., Ernest Beverly 2 1/2 bales hay .35
Lou., Belk. Hdw., Frank Ford 1 roll wire .25
Mad., J.L. Godfrey 1 bag wh. 2 bales hay .57
Lou, Otter & Co, May Everbaker 4 bags sugar .60
Mad., C&B, J.L. Craigmyle 1 bag feed 5 bags meal
J.L. Craigmyle 5 bags oats .25
Milton, Trim Mill Co, ” ” 16 24# bags flour .50
Lou, Bel. Hdw., ” ” 1 bdl (6) roof
1 ” strips .25
“, Sou. Brick & Till, Otto Smithers 134 pcs tile 1.25
“, So. Ry Co, Claude Thompson 1 chair .25
Milton, Trim Mill Co, G.W. Kelly 40 24# bags flour
1 98# ” ”
“, ” ” “, ” ” ” 20 10# ” meal 1.75
Lou, H. French ?, Otto Smithers 17 bales hay
2 bags oats 2.45
Lou, Ceret. Saddlery Co, W.W. Keneker 2 box harness
“, ” ” “, ” ” ” 1 sack ” .25
Lou, Kurfees Paint Co, ” ” ” 5 crtns paint
1 can oil
1 ” turpentine .85
1 drum oil
Ben Stewart 1 can tar .25
John Bruce by cash
J L ? 1 bag sugar .10
150 & 151
Freight 4-12-33 Down Ky River
Lockport , Tom Fursish, John Fers? 15 bags corn
Wm. Harper cash for ck returned
V.B. Wilhoit 1 drum returned
Mrs. Mahoney 1 MT coop
Tom Shimfesed, Gus Shunfescal? 8 bags potatoes .75
Geo Cofield, Wm. Lyah C.B. 5 bags oats 1 pkg .50
Cofield Barber, S.W. Garrett 2 bags sug. 2 pkg groc
Dottie Abbott to acct
Passengers 4-12-33
Cofield, Mrs. Stevenson .35 to Wises
Lees, Mrs Robt Scott .25 Ralston
W.F. McClure chgd 25
152 & 153
33.85
Passengers Beth to Louisville 4-14-33
Beth, Walter Wheeler .35
Garretts, Chas Scott .40
Hogans, R.E. Staples .75 Goodman
Works, Mrs Kane .40
“, Mrs Maddox & child .40
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Alotta Beach, Ed Smith .75
C’s’town, Pete Cornell .75
Lville, Mr. Bird .40 West Port
Ashbys, Mrs Ashby .40
Utica, Walter Jackson .40 hogans
Lou, Mr Dickerson .40 Dickerson
154 & 155
Freight Beth to Louisville 4-14-33
Mrs Robt scott 2 bags corn
2 box fruit .25
Harpers Drug, Ed. H. Marcus Co 1 empty drum .25
Chas Hicks 1 motor 1 rod
7 chix, 1 sack .30
S.W. Wheeler, to H. Frechterucht, Jones 44 bales hay
Conrad J. Clauser, Jones 35 ” ”
Pearl Pkg Co by check on acct
Ella Goodwin ” ” ” ”
Sugar Creek Cry ” ” ” ”
Hall Seed Co ” ” ” ”
J.W. Sigman, Blue Valley Cry 1 can cream .25
R.E. Staples, Armwar “, Jones 1 ” ” .25
Matt & Selmier, Nath. Groc Co 1 bag beans .25
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek Cry 1 can cream .25
Pete Cornell 1 sack flour & Groc .10
Sam Ashby 1 trunk & 2 box
1 clock 1 dog .40
Matthews & Selmier 1 bag sugar .10
Jeff. Dist Co, Matthews & Selmier 5 bags seed potato
1 carton goods .50
” ” “, S.B. Smith 3 bags potatoes
1 ” beans .50
6 cs groc
Jewell Tea Co, Jew. Tea Co 11 kpgs groc & notions .40
Hopkins Fer. Co, Trimble Mill Co, Milton 14 bags fertz 1.31
5.11
156 & 157
Passengers Beth to Madison Apr 15th 1933
Beth, SW Wheeler .25 Woods
Holloway, Mrs Scott .50
Woodyard, Amos Gaylord .50
Wises, Mrs Simpson .50
“, Mrs .25
“, Holly Stevenson .50
Richardson, Lester McDowell .50
“, Mrs ” .50
Willis, Mrs Williams .50
“, Mrs Consley .50
“, Miss Williams .50
Stevenson, J.E. Boldery chg.
Mrs. ” .35
Lees, M. Shelton .20
Freshs, John fresh .25
“, Mrs. ” .35
Ferris, Mrs. Ferris .35
“, Mrs Hamilton .35
Miss & Master
Burkhart, Mrs Burkhardt .35
Master ” –
Luckett, D. Williams chg.
” Mrs ” chg. 35
John Farley, Daisy ” .35
Sherley Morgan .35
Mr. Howley .20
Pendleton, Mr Shelton chg
“, Hez. Hudson .35
“, Cecil House chg.
Coppers, Mrs Wm Lynch .35
Tom Farley, Mrs L. Day .35
” “, ” Day .35
Stevens, Ed Ashby .20
Wises, Mrs. Dunlap .25
11.35
Freight
Faring Forese 1 bayfred .10
SB Smith 1 pkg .10
Matthews & Sel. 5 pkg groc .15
fwd .35
158 & 159
Freight Apr 15 Beth – Madison
fwd pp. 157 .35
Hampton Cr. Co by ck on acct
Mrs Scott, Schlosser Bros 1 coop chix
1 bas eggs .35
Robt Dunlap by cash
Robt Dunlap, Lodge Hdw 1 screen door .25
Roy Barrackman, Hurley Mahoney 1 rug .10
Lester McDowell, Schlosser 1 can cream .15
Richard Horine, Pearl Pkg Co 1 calf .40
Shel. Williams, John Wiener 1 coop chix 1 cs egg .40
” “, Schlosser Bro 1 can cream .15
Wood Consley, ” ” ” ” .25
” “, John Wiener 1 coop chix .15
Hurley Mahoney, Schlosser Bros 1 can cr. 1 bas eggs .20
Isiah Williams, Schlosser ” 1 ” cream .25
Boldry, John Wiener 1 coop chix
1 bas. 1 bucket eggs .30
Dottie Abbott, Pearl Pkg C 1 calf .40
Wm Ferris, Schlosser 1 can cream .15
Mrs Burkhart, Ind. Cr Co 1 cs eggs .15
Nell Jones, Red 73 2 buckets cream .15
Carrol Lewellan, Schlosser 1 cs. eggs
1 bucket cr .20
Shirley Morgan by cash
Daisy Lewellen, Schlosser 1 cs eggs
1 can cream .30
Dilliard Williams chg 1 lot H.H. goods 3.00
Mrs. L. Day, Schlosser 1 cs eggs 1 can cr
1 box ducks .20
Jones, J. Wiener 1 coop chix .20
Chas Lewellan 1 salt & groc xx
Mrs Ferris 1 roll roof .10
Shirley Morgan 5 gal oil .20
Nell Jones 2 ” ” .08
Isiah Williams 1 ” ” .04
” ” 1 groc .10
Hurley Mahoney 1 box groc .15
Wood Consley 2 gal oil .08
Mrs. Burkhart 1 bbl flour .20
John Fresh 1 roll roof .10
R.F. Barrackman 5 bags bran 1 to Blodese .65
” ” ” 1 lot wall paper .10
9.85
160 & 161
Bethlehem to Louisville Ky.
passengers Apr 17 – 33
Beth., Thomas Bladen 1.00 Blad
Weeks, Mr. Griffin .75
Lou., Mr Scott .40 Wises
“, Mrs. Thompson .40 Westport
“, Cecil Berry .40 Beth
Wises, Mrs. Dunlap .25 Cofield
3.20
162 & 163
Freight Apr. 18 1933
Chas. Freeburg by cash
R.E. Staples, Theo J. Ising, Jones 1 cs eggs .25
R.E. Staples 3 mt bbls xx
Lou. Pub. Who Co by cash
C.L. Jewell, R.E. Staples 2 drums kerosene
1 1/2 ” trac oil 1.30
Nath Seed Co, R.E. Staples 4 bags seed .40
Tri City Mkt, Wm. Estes 2 MT bbls 1 box groc .35
Overbacker Coffee co, ” ” 2 crtns coffee .10
Stratt & Terstegge Co, S. B. Smith 3 rolls roof 1 ctn. .20
Geruert Bros Lum Co, W. H. Miller 197 pcs Lum 9.52
Peaslee Gaulbert Co, Cowin Feed Store 1 bbl Ep. salt .35
” ” “, Harpers Dry Store 1 drum turpentine .35
Jackson, R.F. Barrackman 1 bag potatoes .25
13.17
164 & 165
Passengers Up. Ky River
4-19-33
Rileys, Mr. Floyd .25
166 & 167
Freight Madison to Monterey
Apr. 19 1933
Lou., Mer Groc Co, McKay Bros 6 cs. groceries .30
Str Hanover, Frank Welsh 1 10 gal can tar .23
Trow Co, Frank Welsh 16 24# bags flour .54
lou, Mer. Groc Co, Frank Welsh 4 cs groc 1 crtn .27
“, Hall Seed Co, Gayle Sanders 5 bags potatoes .75
12 crtns groc
Vaughn Groc, Gayle Sander 4 bags potatoes 1.40
5 bags corn
“, Ferncliff Seed Co, Gayle Sanders 1 ” oats 1.70
4 ” ”
“, Proc. Gamble, Gayle Sanders 10 box soap .70
“, Otix Hidden, Gayle Sanders 8 rolls felt rugs .45
” Hampton Cr. Co, Gayle Sanders PPCB 3 box, 1 drum crx .35
1 box asle grease
4 crtns wire cloth
“, Stratt Co, Gayle Sanders 3 ricks barb wire .85
3 bales mattress
1 can turpentine
1 box hdw.
Str Hanover, Ben Stewart 3 bags oats 1.30
2 ” corn
Lou, Vaughn Groc, Mike Thomas 5 bags potatoes .80
1 box crackers
“, Nath Seed Co, Mike Thomas 4 bags potatoes .90
“, Oscar Farmer, Mike Thomas 8 ” wheat 1.15
1 bag O. sets
“, Hall Seed Co, Mike Thomas 5 ” Cowpeas 2.05
7 ” potatoes
1 crate gutters
1 crtn hdw
“, Bilk. Hdw Co 1 ” axes 1.65
1 bdl ridge roll
2 rolls poul nett
5 bdls roof.
“, Lou Groc Co, May Eberbaker 1 cs syrup
1 bag beans .50
3 bags potatoes
1 bdle paper bags
Str Han., Avery Costigan 2 coils lu? .55
16.44
168 & 169
Freight madison Monterey
Apr. 19th 1933
Fwd from P.P 167 16.44
Lou., Vaughn Groc Co, J.L. Craigmyle 2 bags sugar
2 ” potatoes
1 ” beans
3 cs groc.
“, ” ” “, J.L. Craigmyle 1 pkg tob. .98
“, Bal & Bal., J.L. Craigmyle PP 16 24# bags flour .39
Mad., W. Trow Co, J.L. Craigmyle 1 bbl flour (wood) .30
“, Cofield Barber, G.W. Kelly 20 gran sugar 3.00
3 cs groc
“, ” “, W.H. Kemper 1 bag sugar .37
Lou, J.F. Kurfees Paint Co, W.W. Kemper 2 cases paint .15
Cov’tn, G.G. Wood, Harry Stone 3 bags seed .50
$22.13
170 & 171
Monterey To Lou.
April 20 -33
Geo Brading, Pearl Pkg Co 1 red calf .50
1 white hot .50
Elmer E Scott, Marrackman 7 pkg groc
5 bags salt .32
John Singer 1/2 ton coal .75
W.O. Graebe by cash
2.05
172 – 173
Bethelhem to Louisville
APR 21 – 33 passengers
Beth, Cecil Berry .40
“, Mr Curtis .40
Longs, Mrs Bell .75
Dickerson, Mr Dickerson .75
“, Mr Craig .40
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
“, Mrs ” ” .75
C’s’town, Pete Cornell .75
“, Ed. Smith .75
Werks, Mrs Maddox & child .40
Gr. Hou, Nellie Foster .35
Gr. H., Margaret Hicks .35
Werks, Mrs King .40
7.20
174 & 175
Bethlehem to Louisville
APR 21
Trimble Mill Co, C.C. Ashbrook C.B. 24 24# bags flour .60
” ” “, R.W. Hamblin, CB 40 24# 1.00
W.E. Beverly, Blue Val Cry 1 5 gal can cr .25
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Val. ” 6 cans cream 1.50
Ed Thurmond, Sugar Creek ” 1 10 gal can cr .35
2 baskets produce
18 Mi Island, J.C. Bitzer 3 jugs milk .25
Charles Hicks 1 auto axle
1 ” rod .35
Robert Stone, Sugar Creek 1 5 gal can cr .25
R.E. Staples, Armour Cry, Jones 1 5 gal ” ” .25
Frank Smith, Hall Seed Co 1 corn planter .75
SB Smith, Jos. Dunrizio, Jones 1/2 box oranges .15
Sam Ashby 5 gal oil .20
Hall Seed Co, J.M. Robinson 1 K.D. planter
8 pcs .80
Armour Fert Co, J.m Robinson, PPCB 16 bags fert. 1.50
Pete Cornell 1 ” flour .10
J.M. Griffin 4 pkgs groc .15
M. Dickerson 2 bags sugar 1 box 1 can .25
J.C. Bitzer 1 MT drum 1 box .35
Tri City Mkt, S.B. Smith 2 bags sugar 1 pkg .25
Jos. Dunnizio, S.B. Smith 1/2 cr. oranges .10
Tri City Mkt, Matthews & Seliemer 2 bags sugar 1 pkg .25
Sup. Hat Co. St. Lou., Matthews & ” 3 box straw hats .15
Ntl Groc., Matthew & Selmier 11 pkgs groc .30
Vaughn Groc, R.F. Barrackman 10 cs. groc 3 bgs sugar .65
Carter Dry Goods, ” ” ” 1 case 1 pkg dry good .15
Stratt-Terrstegee Co, ” ” ” 3 rolls paper
2 cartons goods .15
M. Wolff, W.R. Garrett 1/2 bag seed .25
Jewel Tea, Jewel Tea Co 19 pkgs groc & notion .35
O.D. Kerry, Tony Dasta 5 bags sugar .50
Quest Sea? Co, Chas Stutz 2 bbls powd milk
10 cs can fruit .84
10 box raisins
Todd Donique Co, Reidel Bros 4 bdls steel
1 crtn. .20
W.L. Martin Broom & Mop Co, J.H. Raker 6 bdls brooms & mps .50
Mr Griffin Flour & Groc .15
Mrs Harry Bell chg 1 can lard & groc .80
14.30
176 & 177
Bethlehem to Madison
Passengers 4-22-33
Beth., Grace Holloway .50
Pres Hol., Mrs. Williams .35
Woods, S.W. Wheeler .35
Freshs, John Fresh .25
Plow Hou, Addie Fresh .25
Burkha, Mrs. Burkhart .35
Luckett, Cral Jones .35
Lewellen, Carl Lewellan chg .35
“, Mrs. ” Lewellan ” .35
J. Farley, Daisy Lewellen .35
Coopers, Mrs. McCoy .35
Cofields, Ernest Dunlap .35
Wises, Frank Simmons .25
Lees, Doug Horine .40 Davis
Harris, Mrs Starling .25 Wises
5.05
chgs .70
cash 4.35
178 & 179
Freight
Beth to Madison
4-22-33
Holly Stevenson, Pearl Pkg Co 1 red calf
Isiah Williams, Schlosser 1 can cream
Matt Burge ” 1 ” ”
Mrs. Burkhart, Ind. Cry 1 cs eggs
Nell Jones, John Wiener 1 bucket cream
Daisy Lewellan, Schlossar can cr 1 bas egg
Mrs R.G. McCoy, Schlosser 1 cs. egge, 1 bu cr
” ” 1 bas duck eggs
Ernest Dunlap, ” 1 can cr
1 bask eggs
Wm. Lynch, ” 1 can cr
Gus Shimfessel, Geo Cofield 20 bags potatoes
Ernest Dunlap, Pear Pkg Co 1 calf
Ada Fresh 19 pkg groc
R.G. McCoy 5 gal oil
Dottie Abbott 848 feet lumber
1 box nails
Isiah Williams 5 sheets roof
R.F. Barrackman 2 sax oats
” ” ” 1 pkg groc
Wolverine Shoe Co, Matthews & Selmier 3 crtns shoes
” ” 3 cs bak powder
D.W. Wheeler 2 sax flour
1 sack sugar
” ” ” 1 box, 1 pkg groc
R.F. Barrackman 1 lot wall paper
W.H. Miller cash on bal due
180 & 181
Bethlehem to Louisville Ky
passengers
APR 24
Beth., Charlotte Leap .35
“, D.W. Wheeler .40
“, Chris Selmier xx
“, Argos Selmier xx
Longs, Pinknew May .40
Ha?, Mrs Pierce .25
“, Mrs Pierce .25 Bull Creek
Ashby, Mrs. Romas .40
Lou, Mr. Carson .65 Madison
Willis, Dough Horine .25 Lees
“, Mrs Williams .25 Lees
3.15
182 & 183
Freight Bethlehem to Louisville Ky
APR 24
Chris Selmier, J.C. Bower & Co 15 head cattle 7.50
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley 1 can cream .25
Chan Hundley, Bob Dugan 2 box produce .35
Addie Brightwell, J.C. Bower 1 red hiefer .75
Lville to Madison 24 – 1933
Pinkney May 1 bag onion
1 ” oats
1 ” meal 1 pkg .30
Pinkney May 1 spray 1 carton .10
Pinkney May 11 Mt bbls 1 bdl sau xx
Matthews & Selmier 2 bags sugar 1 pkg .25
Stratt-Terstegge, Matthews & Selmier 21 pcs hdware .55
Strat-Serstegge, Benny Beach 1 crtn inner tubes .15
W.H. Morton 2 sax oats .49
Tubby Ralston 1 sack oats .40
Belknap, E.M. Abbott, Barrackman 2 rolls wire feuce 1.10
“, ” ” ” 1 crtn, 1 crate hdw .25
Simon Eades, R. F. Barrackman 1 crtn dry goods .15
Belknap, ” ” ” 3 crtns hdw etc .15
Stratt Terstege Cr, O.P. Moston 1 keg staple 1 bdl rakes
1 bdl pails .40
3 bdls galv tubs .25
1 box hdware .15
” ” “, ” ” ” 1 bdl handles .45
Vaughn Grocery, Joe Cleu 17 cartons groc .50
Ross Seed Co, John Sample 2 bags clover seed .30
Louisville Groc., Chas Hertz 10 bags sugar
1 bbl sugar .95
J.W. Sigmon, Matt & Selmier 1 cs eggs
R.F. Barrackman by cash
13.99
184 & 185
Madison to Monterey
Freight 4-25-33
Lou., Mer. Whsle. Groc, McKay Bros 6 bags sugar
“, ” ” “, ” ” 1 ” beans
4 cs groc.
“, ” ” “, ” ” 3 pkg paper bags
“, W.L. Martin Brown Co, ” ” 1 crtn brooms
“, Stratt & Terst Co, ” ” 5 rolls wire
“, ” ” “, ” ” 1 keg & 1 box nails
Mad., Trow Co, Frank Welsh 16 24# bags flour
Lou., Belknap co, Frank Welsh 1 bdl mattress
Mad., Cofield Barber, Gale Sanders 13 cs groc.
3 crtns goods & groc
20 – 10# bags meal
“, ” “, Gayle Sanders 12 5# ” oats
Lou, Belk. Hdw. Co, Gayle Sanders 1 bbl tas paint
2 bdls brooms
3 ” tubs
1 ” bamboo poles
“, ” ” “, Gayle Sanders 1 crtn. harness
“, ” ” “, Gayle Sanders 1 crtn harness
Str. Hanover, Geo. Beading 2 bags feed
Str. Hanover, W.E. Beverly 1 drum kerosene
Milton, Trimble Mill. Co, J.L. Craigmyle 24 24# sax flour
Lou., Ballard & Ballard, W.A. Osborn 16 24 sax flour
“, Vaughn Groc. Co, W.W. Kemper 1 bag potatoes
4 cs. groc
“, Procter & Gamble Co, W.A. Osborn, chg Jones 2 cs soap
“, Altsheler & Co, W.W. Kemper 4 cs groceries
“, Stratt & Terstegge Co, W.W. Kemper 1 keg staples
Str Hanover, F.C. Leash 1 bbl coal tar
P.C. Meek, Allen Sutherland, meeks 2 bags seed
“, Gayle Sanders, Adams Ldg 2 48# sax hour
4 24# ” ”
1 bag potatoes
” “, ” ” 1 box groc
Gayle Sanders, Pollards 10 bale hay
2 24 sax flour
186 & 187
Passengers Monterey to Louisville Ky
Apr. 26
Bennett, Mr. Reynolds .50 Batesville
“, Mrs ” .50 ”
Mad., Mr. Carson .65 Lou
Whalon, SW Wheeler .50 Lou
Wise’s, W.F. McClure .50 chg
188 & 189
Monterey to Louisville Ky.
Freight 4-26-33
Barney Webb by cash
J.L. Bennett, Ed Allen 1 horse 2.50
Cofield Barber, R.F. Barrackman 24 pkgs groc .57
” “, S.W. Garrett 9 ” groc .25
Trow Co, S.W. Garrett 40 24# bags flour 1.00
Trow Co, R.F. Barrackman 48 24# bags flour
2 100# ” bran 1.40
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley cans cream .25
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek 1 ” ” .25
Isiah Williams, Tatum Embry 10 hogs 2.50
S.W. Wheeler, W.H. Jeffries 11 ” 2.75
11.47
190 & 191 missing
192 & 193
4-27-33
Freight Louisville to Bethlehem
F.C. Burkhart by cash
I.L. Danner by cash
Lou, Square Deal Fur. Co, A. F. Heable 1 kitchen saf .50
Str Hanover, Clarence Hostetler 1 bag fee .35 1.40
C.R. Hostetter by cash
.75
194 & 195
beth to Louisville
4-28-33
Passengers
Beth, Edith Turner chg .40
“, Argos Selmier xx
“, Earl priest .40
“, D.W. Wheeler .40
Abbott, Roland Abbott .40
Jobson, Walter Luckett .75
“, Mr Tingle .35 Chstwn
Mrs. Tingle .40 Chstwn
Williams, Gayle Cornell .75
Westport, Helen Waymeyer .40
“, Mrs Joe Brison .40
Hogans, R.E. Staples chg .75
“, Pinknewy may .75
Dixon, Ervin Dixon .40
Redmon, Chas. Smith .75
Ashbys, Sam Ashby .75
“, M. Waltar .40
Chstwn, Pete Cornell .75
“, Mr Harbon .75
“, Mrs. Harbin .75
Alotta B., Ed Smith .75
Longs, Mr Mays .40
Redmons, Mrs Smith .40
196 & 197
Beth to Louisville Ky
Freight 4-28-33
Hampton Cracker Co by cash Gayle Sanders
Armour Fest. Co Stout ” ”
Matt. & Selmier, J.W. Sigmon 1 bag sugar egg cou .10
Gayle Cornell 1 coop chickens .25
J.W. Sigmon, blue Valley Cry 2 cans creams .50
R.E. Staples, Theo. J. Ising, Jones 1 cs. eggs .25
” ” “, Armour 1 can cr. .25
Alvin Hutsel, Storage 1 bbl potatoes .25
James R. May, Storage 4 ” ” .70
Pinkney May, Storage 10 ” ” 1.70
Ed. Stone, Storage 5 ” ” .90
Pinkney May, W.A. Smith 11 bags 1.00
Rose Island, Bert Chai? 1 mower .75
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar creek 1 can cream .25
Roland Abbott by cash
Jacob Levy., Mrs Arthur Hopkins 2 rolls fence .30
M. Woolf, ” ” ” 1 bag corn .10
Ed Smith 1 bas 2 box groc & pots xx
Sam Ashby 1 bag corn & groc .10
R.E. Staples 1 bag meal .10
” ” ” 1 ” feed .10
” ” ” 1 ” seed .05
Ed Stone groc .10
Pinkney May 1 bag salt .10 .60
Ed Stone 2 ” salt .20 1.20
Fed Chem Co, W.A. Crides PPCB 1 bag nitrate soda .25
J.J. Cornell 1 ” potatoes .10
flour & lard .15
W.A. Luckett 4 bags sugar .40
W.A. Luckett 1 rocker 1 davenport
1 kitchen cabnet .50
W.H. Morton 4 bags produce .40
Hampton Cr. Co, S.B. Smith CB 1 box crackers .25
Deun. Str Hanover, S.B. Smith 1/2 box orange
Str Hanover, S.B. Smith 1 bas apples .15 3.25
” “, S.B. Smith 1 bg sugar 1 pkg .10 3.00
Jeff. Dist Co, S.B. Smith 2 bag potatoes 1 bag sug.
5 pcs groc .52
R.N. Vest 2 bag pots 1 bag sets .25
R.N. Vest 4 ” sugar 1 pkg .40
11.52
198 & 199
Lou to Beth
Freight 4-28-1933
11.52
Ohio Val Groc., Matthews & Selm 17 pkg groc .60
Jeff Dist Co, Matthews & Selmier 5 bag potatoes
” ” “, ” ” 5 pkgs groc .67
” ” “, ” ” 7 bags sugar
” ” “, ” ” 1 ” beans
” ” ” 2 bags potatoes
” ” “, ” ” 9 pkg groc .95
M. Wolff, W.R. Garrett 1 bag seed .25
Jewel Tea, Jewel Tea Co 12 pkg groc .40
Ross Seed Co, John Sample 5 sax blue grass
6 ” sudan grass
40 sax soy beans 5.15
Pete Cornell 5 gal oil .20
19.74
200 & 201
Bethlehem to Madison
passengers 4-29-33
Beth, Grace Holloway .50
“, David ” –
Rolston, Master Scott .25
Houston, Mr Callis .25
Holloway, Austin Marsfield .50
Richardson, Cora McDowell .50
Davis, Mrs Mahoney .25
Willis, Mrs Williams .50
Kings, Mrs J.W. Hatcher .50
Lees, M. Shelton .20
“, Al? Shelton chg .20
“, Curt. Mount .35
“, Chas Shelton .20
Fresh, John Fresh .25
“, Mrs ” ” .35
Ferris, Mrs Ferris .35
Luckett, Jack Jones .35
“, Nell Jones .35
Lewellan, Mrs Lewellan .35
John Farley, Daisy Lewellan .35
” “, Mrs Morgan .35
Cofield, Mrs. Dunlap .35
Tom Farleys, Mrs. Day .35
” “, Mrs. ” .35
Miss Oneal .20 Farley
Oneta Griffin .25 Beth
202 & 203
Bethlehem to Madison
Freight 4-29-33
W.F. McClure 25 bags corn .75
” ” ” 1 crate 3 pigs .30
Austin Mansfield, Pearl Pkg Co. 2 hogs .50
Geo. Richardson, Schlosser 2 cans cream .30
Cora McDowell, ” 1 ” ” .15
” “, John Weiner 1 cs eggs .15
Wood Consley, Schlosser 1 can cream .05
W. Crafton, ” 1 ” ” .05
Shel. Williams, ” 1 can cream .20
Hurley Mahoney, ” 1 ” ” .25
” “, ” 1 bas eggs
Isiah Williams, Schlosser 1 ” ” .25
Matt Birge, ” 1 can cream .25
S.W. Wheeler, ” 1 ” ” .15
M Shelton at Lees 1 bucket cr. .10
Wm. Ferris, Schlosser 1 bucket cr .10
Nell Jones, Red 73 1 ” ” .10
Jack Jones, Pearl pkg 1 white hog .25
Carl Lewellan, ” ” 1 white hog .25
Daisy Lewellan, Schlosser 1 can cr 1 cs eggs .25
Mrs Lewellen, ” 1 bucket cr. bucket eggs .10
Gus Shunfessel, Geo Cofield 14 bags potatoes 1.65
Mrs L. Day, Schlosser 1 buck cr 1 cs eggs .20
Ernest Dunlap, ” 1 can cr. 1 bas ” .20
Nell Jones 2 gal oil .08 .16
Daisy Lewellan 3 ” ” chg 13c Morgan .12 .24
Shellie Williams 2 ” oil .08 .16
Jerry Williams 1 gal ” .04 .08
Mrs. Carl Lewellen by cash
Mrs L. Day 1 bag cement .10
Carroll Lewellen 2 bag oats .20
Geo cofield, Wm. Lynch 2 pkgs seed .10
Isiah Williams 1 box groc. 1 rod .25
Florence Ferris 2 sax feed .20
” ” 1 bag sugar .10
J.W. Hatcher 5 ” oats 1 point .30
R.F. Barrackman, Miles 8 24# bags flour .25
” ” ” 1 pkg drug .50
Hurley Mahoney 1 box groc 1 cr can .20
R.F. Barrackman 1 pkg dry goods .10 .49
8.41
204 & 205
passengers
5-1-33
Haym, Walter Morgan .75
Redman, Chas Smith .75
“, Miss Smith .40
Lou, Mrs Roy Ross .40 Beth
“, Miss Ross .40
Meads, Mr Perkinson .50 Harrell
Jobson, Robt Scott .35 Stevenson
Lou., Miss Hobbs xx
3.55
206 & 207
May 1st 1933
Freight Beth to Louisville Ky.
Walter Luckett 100 feet lumber .35
Willie L?, Miles Bess 18 pieces timber 4.35
Str Hanover, Sam Ashby 1 bucket tar .25
Mad. Util Cor, Cent Pt & Roof 15 bbls tar 7.50
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Val 2 cans cream .50
Robert Stone, Sugar Creek 1 ” ” .25
R.E. Staples, Armour Cry 1 ” ” .25
Chas Smith 2 gal oil .08
” ” groc xx
B. Hall 2 cans molasses .25
Str Hanover, Chas Freeberg 1 drum oil
1 can drum oil 1.60
” “, Matthews & Selmier 1 keg .10
Denunzio, ” ” 1 crtn bananas .10
Str Hanover, S.B. Smith 2 bags nitrate .45
” “, ” ” ” 1 pkg sead xx
Tri City, Wm. Estes 2 bags sugar 1 pkg .30
Hampton Crx, Cofield Barber 8 box crackers .25
S.B. Smith 1 pkg seed .10
R.F. Barrackman, H. Mahorney 1 bag sugar 1 can lard .25
E.H. Mullikin, ” ” 1 sulky plow
1 bdl doubletrees .25
Armour Fert Co by ck.
17.18
208 & 209
5-2-33
Freight Madison to Monterey
Lou, I. Rosenbauwer, McKay & Books 2 bundles bags .15
“, Bollenger Hancock, McKay Bros 4 pkgs groc .20
“, Peas. Gavl. Co., McKay ” 4 crtns paint 1 crt .20
“, Mer. Wh’sli Groc Co, Frank Welsh 7 pkgs groc. .63
“, Vaughn Groc “, Gayle Sanders 9 ” groc 1.12
“, ” “, ” ” 15 ” groc. .55
“, Boll. Hancock, ” ” 7 ” groc. .25
“, Broadas Gheaus, ” ” 4 cs candy .25
“, Stratt & Terrstegge, ” ” 16 pcs. hardware 1.45
Mad., E.E. Scott, ” ” 20 bags meal
25 ” oats
“, “, ” ” 3 cs groc .60
Lou, Fulton Conway, J. McAmually 1 blacksmith iron .25
Mad., Mad. Lum Co, L.A. Henderson 20 bags cement
25 pcs 14′ flooring
19 ” 16 ”
50 feet water table
“, ” ” “, ” ” ” 56 ” 1×6 lum 3.50
Lou, M. Wolff, R.C. Jones 1 bag sugar .25
“, Str Hanover, Ben Stewart 1 ” corn .25
“, Vaughn Groc Co, May eversbaker 3 bags sugar 1 crt groc
“, ” ” “, ” ” 3 Hamper sweet potatoes .63
“, ” ” “, Mike Thomas 6 bags pots 2 bags sug
“, ” ” “, ” “, 1 ” onion 3 pkg crx 1.35
“, Harwood & Thompson, ” ” 8 Hauprs sweet pots .55
“, Lococo, ” ” 5 bags pots, 1 haupr ban .85
“, Am. Steel & Wire Co, ” ” 9 rolls woven wire
1 ” smith wire
“, ” ” ” “, ” ” 1 keg nails 2.90
Str Hanover, G.W. Kelly 2 drums kerosene 2.20
“, Lou. Feed & Grain, V. B. Wilhoite 5 bbls salt
6 sax salt
“, L. Kort, Walter Gibbs 1 roll L? 3 signs
3 camp stolls 1 crtn
“, ” ” 2 pkgs .50
Carrol?, Atkinson Bros, Avery Costigare 4 pcs lumber .30
Mr. Reynolds 1 pig .10
Gale Sanders by cash
Mrs Allen Southerley 1 suit case .25
19.28
210 & 211
Passengers 5-3-33
Madison to Monterey
Bates V., Mr. Reynolds .50
Mrs. Reynolds .50
Gratz, Mr. .50
“, Mrs .50
2.00
Monterey to Louisville
passengers down Ky River 5-3-33
Lockport, Mr. Floyd .75
Sunny Side, Mr. Hermdon .50 Worth?
Springport, Victor Aldrige .50 Batesville
“, Master ” .25
Balls, Lora Parton .50 Carlton
Mad to Mr Mahoney .25 Watson
.75
Wheeler, Wm. Atcher .60
Harrell, Mr. Perkinson .50
Beth, Mrs Ross .40
Beth, Miss Ross .40
4.65
212 & 213
Monterey to Madison & Louisville
5-3-33
Wm. Roberts, Pearl Pkg Co 1 red calf .50
Henry Kopp, E.E. Scott Co 1 cow 1.50
MacManus, Lee McManus 10 sax corn .35
Cofield Barker, S.W. Garriott 1 box groc short xx
” “, R.F. Barrackman 13 pkg groc .65
V.B. Wilhoite, Sou. Feed & Gr. 5 bbls salt
Shipment returned, Jones 6 bags salt 5.00
Miles Ldg Ky, Leonard Miles, Tatum Embry 1 white hog .50
Bennetts, Guy Reynolds, Theo J. Ising, Jones 2 coop chickens .60
Beth, S.B. Smith, Lou Groc Co, Jones 3 bags cellolose .45
Abbott, W. H. Morton, W.H. Jeffries 6 hogs 1.50
Sigmon, W.H. Sigmon, Blue Valley 1 can cream .25
11.30
Passengers Lou to Beth
May 4 – 1933
Lou, Mrs Roy Ross .35
Miss Ross .35
.70
Freight Lou to Bethlehem Ind
May 4 – 1933
Mrs Roy Ross 1 bundles gutter .10
Robt Stone 1 cr can xx
J.B. Guthrie 1 ” ” xx
J.W. Sigmon, Matthews & Selmier 1 cs eggs .15
.25
214 & 215
Passengers Beth Louisville
5-5-33
Beth, Pearl Singer xx
“, Mr. Yeager .40
Abbott, Mrs Scott .75 monday
“, Miss Scott xx
Westport, Mr. Latinier .40
“, Mrs. King .75
“, Mrs. Ashbrook .40
“, Ed Stone .75
Daily Ca, M. Rosenbarger .40
Werks, J.L. Griffin .40
“, Tom King & Son .75
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Al. Beach, Ed Smith .75
Chstown, Pete Cornell .75
Charles Bobien .40 Beth.
E. Smith, Mr. Pragefti .40
8.00
216 & 217
Freight Beth Louisville
May 5th 33
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley Cry 2 cans cream .50
Rosenbarger 2 bdls bark .10
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek 1 can cream .25
Mrs Hopkins 1 lot furniture .50
P. King 8 sax flour 1 bag pot
5 box groc .30
M. Griffin 4 pkg groc .25
Ed Stone 3 pkg hdw. .10
Ed Stone 8 bags flour 1 can lard
8 groc .25
Pink Mays 8 bags flour & Groc .20
” ” 1 metal bed, mattress & springs .25
J.C. Bitzer 2 bags seed
3 blocks salt 1 roll paper .35
Fed. Chem Co, J.T. Foster PPCS 8 bags fertilizer .75
W.A. Lucket 1 bdl wall paper .25
Matthews & Selmier 3 pkgs fruit .15
Matthews & Selmier 10 bags sugar
1 ” beans 1.30
7 pkgs groc.
S.B. Smith 4 bags sugar
4 cs groc. .60
Myer Bridges Co, S. B. Smith 4 pkg goods .15
H.B. Craig 2 cs. insecticide .25
R.F. Barrackman 8 pkg groc .50
” ” ” 2 bdls matt.
1 keg nails, 1 crtn hdw .25
E.H. Medlikin 4 rolls b. wise 3 rolls woven .40
Per Stove Co, A. J. William 1 crtd oil stove .13
Chas Hertz 20 bags sugar 1.40
2 cs can goods
Peas. Gaul Co, W.H. Miller Co 1 bbl gr iron ore .50
” ” “, Wetzel Drug Store 2 cs and 2 crtns goods .25
John L. Sample 8 bags soy beans
1 ” clover seed 1.10
Jewel Tea Co 24 pkg groc & notions .40
J.M. Van Arsdale vevay 5 bags sugar 9 cs groc .40
Mad. Util Corporation 4 bdls, 2 pcs pipe .70
Reidel Bros 3 arid oil stove .21
Hopkins Fert Co, Trim Mill Co PP CB 36 bags fest 4.31
Armour ” “, E.H. Mullikin PPCB 24 ” ” 2.25
218 & 219
Passengers
Bethlehem to Madison
Beth, Wm Jackson .25
Rolston, Robt Scott .25
Abbotts, Mrs McDowell .50
“, ” ” .50
Wises, Mrs Simpson .25
“, Miss Scott .25
“, Amos Gaylord .25
Willis, Mrs William .50
“, Miss William .50
“, Miss Crafton .25
“, Wilbur Crafton .50
Montgomery, M. Butler .25
Woods, S.W. Wheeler .35
“, Mr. Shelton .35
Ferris, Eunice Mahoney .35
Burk, Miss Burkhart .35
Farley, Mrs Shirley Morgan .35
“, Mrs Oneal .35
Willis, Joe Crafton .25
Cecil house .15 chg .20
Spring Creek, Mrs Garrett .20
Beth, Mrs Griffin .25
“, Mrs Goines .25
Fresh, Mrs Fresh .35
“, John Fresh .25
Beth, Marg. Clemmons .25
Stewart, CC Parker .20
Mrs Parker .20 plows
Flora Parker .20
Montgomy, James Caswell .25
Jackson, R. Horine .50
Ralston, Master Scott .25
220 & 221
Freight 5-6-33
Madison to Beth
Walter Luckett by cash
Minnie McDowell, Pearl Pkg Co 2 black calves .80
Eunice Mahoney, ” ” ” 1 calf .40
Geo Richardson, Schlosser 1 can cream .20
Lester McDowell, ” 1 ” ” .15
Richard Horine, Armour 1 bucket cream .10
W. Crafton, Schlosser 1 can cream .10
Wilbur Crafton, Pearl Pkg 4 black hogs 1.00
Richard Horine 1 coop chicks .25
Matt Birge, Schlosser 1 can cream .20
S.W. Wheeler, Armour 1 ” ” .20
Cleo Fresh, Schlosser 1 bucket cream .10
John Fresh ” 1 ” ” .10
Harry Mahoney, Pearl pkg. 1 calf .40
F.C. Burkhart, Red 73 1 can cream .20
Shirley Morgan 1 bas chicks .10
Ada Fresh 1 bbl flour .20
” ” 4 pkg groc .25
F.C. Burkhart 3 blocks salt .15
Walter Butler 1 bale straw .10
Lester McDowell 1 box groc .20
R.F. Barrackman 1 pkg glass .10
R. ” ” 2 pkg wall paper .10
Bert Yeager 1 bag slip stuff .10
” ” 2 gal oil .08
Minnie McDowel .05 ” ” .20
5.88
222 & 223
Passengers
Beth Louisville
May 8 1933
Beth, Argos Selmier xx
Williams, J. Cornell .75
Ross, Lawrence Vest .50 chg .25
Beth, Wm. Jackson .40
J. Abbotts, Mrs. Scott & child paid friday
J. Abbott, Lindsey Abbott .40
Bladus, Mr Tracy Jump .50
Mrs. ” ” .50
3.05
224 & 225
Freight Beth Louisville
May 8-33
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley 2 cans cream .50
Ed Stone, Sugar Creek 1 ” ” .25
Robt Stone, ” ” 1 ” ” .25
R.E. Staples, Theo J. Ising, Jones 1 cs eggs .15
R.E. Staples, Armour Cry, Jones 2 cans cream .50
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek 1 ” ” .25
Singer & Co, Gulf Refise 1 drum #481517 .25
J.J. Corrick 2 gal oil .08
Fed Chem Co, W.A. Crider PP CB 12 bags fertilizer 1.12
J.J. Cornell 2 ” pots .20
Carter Dry Good, SB Smith 1 carton dry goods .15
Stratton & Terstegge, Ben Beach 1 bdl tires 1 crtn tubes .15
” “, Matthews & Selmier 1 ” ” 1 ” ” .15
Groc Bis. Co, Roy Burrackman 3 box, 1 can crx .35
Belk Hdw Co, ” ” 2 kegs nails .20
Louis Hardware, Chas Hentz 20 bags Cerolose Sug
2 ” flour 1.54
Peas. Gaul, Inglio Drug 1 bbl turpentine .50
Armour Fert Co, E.H. Mulliken PP CB 24 bags fertilizer 2.25
Tracy Jump 1 lot baskets and boxes .25
Robt Scott, Jerry Williams 1 bag saddle .50
Str Hanover, R.F. Banaken 2 bbls salt, .70
J. Singer 3.90
10.29
226 & 227
passengers Madison Monterey
5-9-33
Sunny Side, Mr. Floyd .60
228 & 229
Freight Lou. Madison to Monterey
Lou., Mer. Wh’s’e Groc, McKay Bros 6 bags groc, 2 co notion .62
“, Otis Hidden Co, Lernion Bros 5 box win shades
4 rolls felt paper
34 ” felt rugs
2 bdls bed springs
“, ” “, ” ” 1 crtc. felt mats 2.55
Trow Co, Frank Welsh 24 24# bags flour .45
Str Hanover, ” ” 1 drum kerosine .75 44
” “, Gayle Sanders 6 bbl salt 2.10
” “, ” ” 16 bags salt .96
Mad, Cofield Barber, ” ” 5 ” potatoes
2 ” feed
9 cas groc
“, ” “, ” ” 25 bag oats 25, meal 1.90
Lou, Ross Seed Co, ” ” 1 bag seed .15
“, Belk Hdw Co, ” ” 13 pkgs .50
G.E. Herndon 9 pcs lumber .25
Str. Hanover, W.E. Beverly 2 bags soy beans .35
Fed Chem Co, ” ” ” 8 ” fertilizer 1.00
” ” “, Ben L. Steward 3 ” fertilizer .40
Str. Hanover, J.C. Godfroy 2 balls hay .20
M. Dr Supo Co, J.C. Godfroy 3 pkg fruit .25
Str Hanover, May Ebersbaker 2 bbl salt J Singer 3.90 .70
Lou, Stratt & Terrst., May Ebersbaker 5 pcs hdware .27
“, Altsheler & Co, ” ” 6 pkgs groc .34
“, Belk Hdw Co, ” ” 3 rolls barb wire
” ” “, ” ” 3 pcs hdw 34
“, Otter & Co, J.L. Craigmyle 2 bags sugar .30
“, Vaughn Groc Co, W.W. Kemper 5 cs groc .25
“, Belk. Hdw. Co, Nichols Co 1 crated stove .45
“, Larkin, P.RR., Sue F. Lucas 1 box notions .10
Mad, Cofield Barber, W.A. Osborn 1 bag sug 20-med .45
Lou, Hardin Haw & Lewman, V. B. Wilhoite 1 ” Millet .18
“, Sou. Feed & Gr. Co, V.B. Wilhorte 20 ” feed 3.00
Str. Hanover, V.B. Wilhoite 15 bbls salt 5.25
“, Lou Seed, V.B. Wilhoite 3 bags grain .62
Cltwn, Tom Partin, Chas Aldridge, BB Meeks 10 pcs H.H. goods .50
J.L. Craigmyle by cash
Barney Webb by cash
230 & 231
Passengers Monterey Louisville Ky.
May 10 -33
Gest, Horace Chandler .75 Mad
Fallis, Mr xx
Nords, B. Johnson .50 Worthville
Carrollton, Wm Stone Chg. Bull Creek
Wises, Mrs Simpson .25
Lewellen, Mrs Lewellan .35
Lew, Mrs Lewellan .35
Lville, Walter Patton .50
“, J.F. Jeffords .50
Miles, M. Horton .25
Wises, Mrs Roy Scott chg .25
Miles, A.R. Miles xx
Beth, Grace Holloway xx
3.45
Freight 5-10-33 Monterey – Louisville
W.E. Beverly, Blue Val 1 can cream .25
Cofield Barber, S.W. Garrett 10 pkg groc. .37
” “, R.F. Barrackman 14 pkg groc
10 bags neal .83
Prentice Rowlett 1 roll barb wire .25
N.G. Stockhouse 2 rocking chair .30
Val. Dietz, S. Goodwin & Son, Jones 4 bdls hides .15
A.R. Miles, J.C. Bower 6 hogs 1 calf 2.00
Mr. -, Simon Lewis Utica 15 bags coal 1.00
Str Hanover, Lon Brindle 1 bbl tar .75
J.W. Sigmon, blue Val 1 can crem .25
6.15
232 & 233
passenger 5-12-33
Beth to Louisville
Beth, R.N. Vest .75
Henrys, Dick Fisher .40
Dixon, Ervin Dixon .40
Redmon, Chas Smith .75
Alotta B., Ed. Smith .75
Werks, J.L. Griffin .40
Stillman, Mr. Kimple .40
Nugents, M. Thiale .40
Groc Holloway
Cstwn, M. Davis .40 Jobson
4.25
234 & 235
Freight Beth Louisville
5-12-33
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Val 2 cans cream .50
E.L. Dejarnett, N.M. Sander 1 coop chicken .30
Ed Smith 5 gal oil .20
M. Fisher 5 ” ” .20
J.W. Sigmon 5 ” ” .20
John Gunzer, Tilla Kurpel 3 bags feed .30
Jas. Green, Pete Cornell 1 mattress .30
Val Rowan 1 stove .50
H. Freuchtemcht, J.C. Bitzer 11 bags corn
9 ” oats 2.20
Armour Fert. Co, Raymond Crawford 16 bags fert 1.50
” ” “, George Kline 16 ” ” 1.50
R.N. Vest 3 box groc .15
Tri City, ” ” Vest 4 bags sug 1 box .40
O.V. Groc., Matthews & Selmier 15 pkgs groc. .60
Simon Ades, R.F. Barrickman 1 crtn dry goods .15
Armour Fert Co, Wm. Tyra CB 19 bags fert 1.78
Peaslee Gaul Co, Harper Dry 5 ” Nitrate .35
Jewel Tea Co 7 pkg groc .25
Peas. Gaul Co, Cofield Barber 2 crtns arsenate .25
” ” “, Irwin Feed Store 1 cs arseuate
1 bag sulphur
1 crtn cop. sulph .20
Peas. Gaul Co, Cofield Barber 6 cs cream cones .25
” ” “, ” ” 6 ” ” ” .25
Pet Milk Sales (Lawpin) ” ” C.B. 15 cs milk .78
Sam Ashby 1 bag fish .25
Richard Fisher groc .25
De Jarnett 2 coops .25
J.S. Jones cash bal
Elmer Abbott 1 bag drill repair .50
14.36
236 & 237
Passengers 5-13 -33
Beth to Madison Ind
Beth, Nora Singer xx
“, Lila Smith .50 Watson
Abbott, Master Varble .25 Mayfields
Houston, Jesse mcDowell .50
“, Mrs ” .50
“, Mrs Craig .50
Holloway, Bert Yeager .50
Holloway, Ivan Abbott .50
Abbotts, Carrol McDowell .25
“, Mrs ” .25
Woodyard, Harriett .25
Richardson, Mrs McDowell .50
Willis, Mrs Consley .50
“, Miss Williams .25
King’s, Mrs Jno Hatcher .50
Willis, Mr McClanahan .50
Bowyers, Ed Bowyer chg .50
“, Mrs Bowyer .50
Wood, S.W. Wheeler .35
Lees, Wm Shelton .25 chg .10
“, Cecil House .15
Fresh, John Fresh .25
“, Mrs ” .35
Plowholl, Ada Fresh .25
Ferris, Harry Mahoney .35
“, Mrs ” .35
“, Wm Ferris .35
Burkhart, Mrs Burkhart .35
Lewellen, Mrs Harry Lewellen, Paid Wednesday
“, ” ” ” ”
“, Daisy Lewellen .35
“, Mrs Carroll ” .35
“, Mrs Morgan .33
“, Miss Oneal .20
Cooper, R.G. McCoy .35
Adarus, M. Burkhart .35
Farley, Mrs. Day .35
11.80
238 & 239
Freight
5-13-33
Jesse McDowell 1 lot elem bank .25
Bert Yeager, Pearl Pkg Co 1 calf .40
Mansfield, ” ” ” 1 black hot .25
Bert Yeager, Schlosser Cry 2 cans cream .30
Lester McDowell, Schlosser 1 ” ” .15
Wilbur Crafton, ” 1 ” ” .15
Wood Consley, ” 1 ” ” .15
Shel Williams, ” 1 ” ” .15
Matt Birge, ” 1 ” ” .25
S.W. Wheeler, ” 1 ” ” .20
John Fresh, ” 1 bucket ” .10
Cleo “, ” 1 ” ” .10
Mrs. Burkhart, Red 73 1 can 1 bucket cr .30
Daisy Lewellen, Schlosser 1 can 2 ” ” .35
Carroll “, ” 1 bucket cream .15
F.C. Burkhart, Pearl Pkg 2 hogs .50
J.L. “, Red 73 1 bucket cream .15
R.G. McCoy, Schlosser 1 cs eggs .15
1 bucket cream .10
Mrs L. Day, ” 1 cs eggs 1 bucket Cr .25
Daisy Lewellen 1 gal oil .04
Mrs Day 3 ” ” .12
John .20
Ada Fresh 9 pkg groc .20
FC Burkhart 1 bag log beans .10
SA Watson 1 block ice .10
” ” ” 1 pkg .10
R.F. Barrackman 1 ” shoes 1 roll paper .10
E.S. Craig 1 bag potatoes .10
R.F. Barrackman by cash 5.46
240 & 241
Bethlehem to Louisville
May 15th 1933
Passengers
Ross, Lawrence Vest .50
Curt Hooker .50
Alvin Hooker .50
Longs, Pinkney May .40
“, J.R. May .40
Hogans, R.E. Staples .40
Ashby, Sam Ashby .75
Beth, DW Wheeler .40
3.85
242 & 243
Bethlehem to Louisville
May 15 1933
Lawrence Vest, J.C. Bower 6 hogs 1.50
Alvin Hooker, ” ” ” 2 hogs, 1 cow 1.50
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley 3 cans cream .75
J.C. Bitzer 2 oil drums .40
Robert Stone, Sugar Creek 1 can cream .25
Ed Stone, W.A. Crider 1 mule 1.50
R.E. Staples, Theo J. Ising, Jones 1 cs eggs .15
” ” “, Armour Cry, Jones 1 can cream .25
JB Guthrie, Sugar Creek 1 ” ” .25
Ervin Dixion 2 cans tar .25 1.75
” “, lawn mower, can 1 pkg .15
” “, 4 bags chips, 1 box .50
O. Farmer, R.E. Staples 1 bag tankage .13
Wolff, R.E. Staples 1 ” potatoes .12
Chas Abbott 1 pkg groc .15 .45
Stratt & Terrstegge, S.B. Smith 2 rolls woven wire .32
W.C. Kidwell 1 davenport .60
E.H. Mullikin 1 side board 1 table .60
Lou. Job. House, R.F. Barrackman 1 carton dry goods .15
Str. Hanover, John L. Sample .15 bbls salt 3.75 27.00
10 100# bags salt 1.10 5.60
J.C. bitzer 2 drums kerosine 1.00
D.W. Wheeler cash on acct
Fed Chem Co, R.E. Harris PP CB 13 bags fertilizre .85
Hopkins Fert Co, B.A. Neal, PP CB 148 ” ” 13.98
” ” “, ” ” “, ” ” 8 ” Nitrate soda .60
” ” “, ” ” “, ” ” 3 ” supl, of potash .22
” ” “, Trimble Mill Co, ” ” 24 ” fertilizer 2.25
J.C. Bower by cash
Fed. Chem Co ” ”
Jack Clemmond 1 roll rug .15
32.66
244 & 245
Madison to Manterey
5-6-33
Passengers
Mad., Mr. Floyd
Brooksburg, Richard Rankin .50
“, C.L. Sharp .50
V.B. Wilhoite by cash
Str Hanover, W.E. Beverley 1 bag soy beans .25
McKay Bros by cash
Str Hanover, T. A. Rush 24 sheets roof & stix 2.86
Trim. Mill Co, G.W. Kelly 40 bags meal .60
Lou. Chem. Co., McKay Bros, CB Jones 4 cases insecticide .40
Stratton & Terstegge, McKay Bros, 9 pkgs hardware .55
Otis Hidden Co, Leriman Bros 1 tube linoleum .25
” ” “, ” ” 5 ” felt rugs .25
” ” “, ” ” 4 box windows shade
22 tubes felt rugs .85
Belknap Hdw., Albert Can, Jones 1 crated hammock
” “, ” “, Jones 1 broom .35
” “, ” ” 1 KD. Lawn Swing .40
Mer. Whs’l’e Groc, Frank Welsh 6 pkgs groc .47
Trow Co, ” ” 16 bags flour .45
Belk. Hdw Co, Dudley Chilton 3 rolls barb wire .40
14 bag groc
Vaughn Groc, Gayler Sanders 9 cs 2.70
6 bdls mops
Simon Ades, Gayle Sanders 2 crtns dry goods .25
Stratt & Terstegge, Gayle Sanders 12 pkgs hdw .85
Pearl Pkg Co, Chas. E. Marshall 1 ” meat .15
Oscar Farmer, Mrs ” ” ” 2 bags feed .30
Wood Stubbs, ” ” ” ” 1 bag potatoes .15
Sears Roebuck, C. Roberts, Gratz 1 box paint .25
H. Freuchteiucht, Otto Smithers 5 bags salt .65
A. Salas, Mrs L. Kelly 2 davenports 1 table 1.25
Cofield Barber, Linden Shaw 15 pkgs groc .55
W.M. Kemper 1 cs candy .15
Ernest Brawell 3 cook stoves 1.20
R.H. Judy 1 cs dry goods .25
Nichols Co 2 pcs groc .25
17.03
246 & 247
Montery to Madison and Louisville
5-17-33
Passengers
Batesville
Spring, Mr. Vic. Aldridge .25 chg .25
Balls, Mrs Partin .50 Carrollton
Carrolton, Homes Leap xx
Madison, Katherine Jenkins .25
“, Jim Robinson .25
Freight 5-17-33
R.F. Banackman 15 pkgs groc .30
R.F. Barrackman .40 bags flour
10 ” meal 1.10
J.C. Bower by cash
Fed. Chem Co ” “
248 & 249
Passengers May 19 1933
Bethlehem Louisville
Beth, Leona Singer xx
Jobson, Walter Luckett .75
Bowyers, Brashir Hall .40
“, Theodora Hall .75
“, Everett Riley .75
Graebes, Buck Washburn .75
Dixon, Chas. Craig .40
Ashbys, Sam Ashby .75
Bells, Mr Briley .40
4.95
250 & 251
Freight May 19 1933
Bethlehem to Louisville
Hopkins Fertilizer Co by cash
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Val 1 can cream .25
Ben Hall, New Fish Mkt 1 bbl fish .40
R.E. Staples, W. H. Jeffries 2 calves 1.00
R.E. Staples, Armour Cry, Jones 1 can cream .25
J.S. Jones cash
J.E. Reising 1 kitchen safe .30
W.H. Washburn 8 bags flour
1 bag sugar .35
groc & chix
Price Chem Co, D.W. Bower & Son PPCB 18 bags fert 1.70
R.E. Staples 1 box groc .25
Fed Chem Co, W.A. Crider RRCB 6 bags fertilizer .45
W. Briley 1 ” sugar .10
W.A. Luckett 1 rug & groc .10
S.B. Smith 1 box bau 1 bag potatoes .20
” ” ” 1 bag nitrates .10
Matthews & Selmier 13 pkgs groc .55
” ” 1 box bau 1 cr. cabb. .15
R.F. Barrackman 17 pkgs groc .98
” ” ” 10 pkgs hdw & mattress .58
Fed. Chem. Co, Mrs. Ed Abbott 12 bags fertilizer 1.13
” ” “, Noah Harrell 16 ” ” 1.50
J.E.C.F. Harper 1 drum turpentine .35
Cofield Barbar Co 10 6 gal jars .45
Reidel Bros 3 drums lin. oil 1.05
John L. Sample 20 bbl salt 5.00
” ” ” 40 bags ” 4.40
Ervin Dixon 1 box groc
1 bag sugar
2 pkgs .20
” ” 5 gal oil .20
Chas Craig 1 bag sugar
1 box groc .15
20.94
252 & 253
Passengers Bethlehem Madison
May 20 1933
Beth, Albert Davis chg .50
Holloway, Mrs McMannus .50
“, Homer Leap xx
Richards, Miss Richardson .50
Willis, Shellie Williams .50
Wildwood, Mrs Mahoney .50
Woods, S.W. Wheeler .35
“, M. Birge xx
Lees, Cecil House chg .35
“, Jas. Means ” .35
Fresh, John Fresh .25
“, Mrs ” ” .35
Ferris, Mrs Ferris .35
“, Mrs Hamilton .35
“, Mrs Fisher .35
Burkharts, Mrs Burkhart .35
Luckett, Nell Jones .35
“, Mr. Jones .35
Lewellen, Daisy Lewellen .35
“, Mrs Carl ” .35
Pres Holler, Mrs Jerry William .35
Lewellen, Mr. Chg daisy chg. 20
Cofield, Mrs. Dunlap .20
“, Mrs Lynch .20
Rich, No? Lynch .20
Wheelers, Mr. Varble .20
Miss ” .20
Lewellen, Mrs Boldery .25 Wises
cash 7.40
chg. 1.90
9.30
Wise, Mr Stone .20
9.50
254 & 255
Freight Beth Madison
5-20-33
Bert Yager, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .15
Minnie McDowell, ” ” 1 ” ” .25
Geo Richardson, ” ” 2 ” ”
” “, ” ” 1 cs eggs .50
Lester McDowell, ” ” 1 can cream .10
Lola Scott, ” ” 1 bas eggs .10
Julian Dunlap, Pearl Pkg 1 red calf .40
Wood Consley, Armour 1 can cream .15
Shellie Williams, ” 1 ” ” .20
1 bas eggs .05
Lamppin Trans Co check
Hurley Mahoney, Armour 1 can cream .15
Matt Birge, Schlosser 1 ” ” .25
S.W. Wheeler, ” 1 ” ” .20
S.W. Wheeler, Pearl Pkg 2 hogs .50
Means & House, Sulzer 1 lot bark .25
John Fresh, Schlosser 1 bucket cream .10
Mrs Burkhart, red 73 2 cans cream .35
J.F. Burkhart, ” ” 1 can cream .15
Daisy Lewellen, Schlosser 1 ” 1 bucket cr .25
1 bas eggs .05
Carroll Lewellen, ” 1 can cream .15
Shirley Morgan, ” 1 bucket ” xx
Jack Jones, Pearl Pky 1 white hot .25
Isiah williams, Armour 1 can cream .20
Mrs Dunlap, Schlosser 1 can cream
1 bas eggs .25
Nell Jones 2 gal oil .16
S. Williams 2 ” ” .08
xx Cofield, Wm Lynch 4 screen doors 1 pkg .25
Ada Fresh 4 pkg groc .15
” ” 16 bags flour .40
Hurley Mahoney 1 bag lime 2 pkgs xx
1 box chix xx
A.F. Willis 5 bags ship stuff .50
S.W. Wheeler 1 ” salt .10
Lee Crafton 2 bag cement .20
Farmer Forsee 2 bag fee .20
Lola Scott 2 gal oil .08
D.W. Wheeler 1 box groc .15
7.27
256 & 257
Passengers Bethlehem Louisville
May 22-33
Beth, Herb Turner xx
“, Edith Turner xx
Abbotts, Bertie Sherrells .40
Longs, Henry Hutsel .75
Hogans, R.E. Staples .75
“, Clarence Hostetter .75
“, Miss Hostetter –
Lou., Tracy Junnep .60 Squash Cr
Long, Joe Stone .35 Wises
Jobson, John Fresh .25
“, Mrs ” ” .35
“, Mrs Chas Scott .50 RT Mad.
Davis, Douglas Horine .50 Lees
5.20
258 & 259
Freight
May 22 1933
Bethlehem To Louisville
Joe Stone 15 bags cones .45
T.A. Rush ck on acct.
Federal Chem Co., ” ” ”
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Valley 3 cans cream .75
Chester Dabney, L.S. Denkelspiel, Jones 2 sax roots .25
Ed Stone, Sugar Creek 1 can craem .25
Robt Stone, ” ” 1 ” ” .25
Henry Hutsel, I. Rosenbounn 1 lot bark .25
Clarence Hostetter, Theo J. Ising 2 coop chickens .50
J.B. Guthrie, Sugar Creek 1 can cream .25
Str Hanover, Gulf Refin, Jones 1 drum 455562 .25
John Fresh 1 john boat .50
M. Wolff & Son, Ed Smith 2 bags feed .35
Fed Chem Co., B. Washburn 5 bags fertilizer .60
R.E. Staples 2 sax sugar & groc .20
C.R. Hostetter 1 bag feed .10
” ” ” 1 lot groc xx
Henry Hatsel 1 ” ” xx
J.W. Sigmon 6 Cr cans xx
Chas Freeburg 1 drum oil 1.10
1 can trac oil .50
Tri City, paul Jones 2 bags sugar
1 box groc .35
Fed Chem. Co, E.M. Matthews PPCS 10 bags fertilizer .95
Matthews & Selmier 1/2 bbl linseed oil .27
” ” 4 crtns glass & enamel .10
S.B. Smith 1 bag chips
1 pkg .10
Strat. Ters. Co, S.B. Smith 2 kegs nails 1 box pads
1 crtn ars. lead. 1 crtn .30
R.F. Barrackman 2 100# bags salt .26
4 50# ” ” .40
16 25 ” ” .96
John L. Sample 15 bbls salt 3.75
” ” ” 50 100# bags salt 6.50
John Sample 12 bags soy beans
1 ” millet seed
1 ” cane seed 2.10
Harper Drug 1 drum lin oil
2 crtns paint .42
Joe Clam 11 pkg groc .30
Reidel Bros 2 bdls steel 1 crtn .20
260 & 261
Passengers
5-23-33
Madison to Monterey
Mad, H. Chandler .75
“, Miss Chandler .25
Chltn, Mrs Wills .50
“, Mrs Partin .50
“, Miss ” .25
Worthville, B. Johnson .50
2.75
262 & 263
Freight
May 23 1933
Lou & Madison to Monterey
Armour Fer. Co, E.H. mullikin 31 bags fertilizer 2.92
Peas Gaul, McKay Bros 6 cs. bottles .15
Mer. Wh’s’l’e Groc., McKay Bros 18 pkgs groc 1.00
L. Hartman & Son, Burnere & Hill 20 sacks flour 1.96
Otis Hidden Co, Lerman Bros 11 tubes rugs .46
C.L. Jewell & Son, leslie Wright 18 bags corn 2.00
Trow Co, Frank Welsh 24 sax flour 1 bag feed .77
Mer. Wh’s’l’e Groc, Frank Welsh 1 bbl vin. 1 bag potato .68
Stratton & Terstegge, Gayle Sanders 2 rolls woven wire .30
Belknap hdw Co, Gayle Sanders 9 pkgs hdware .30
Str Hanover, Gayle Sanders .25 bu corn
” “, ” ” 25 ” oats 2.45
Cofield Barber, Gayle Sanders .87 pkgs groc etc 4.00
Fed Chem Co, Richard Dyke 8 bags fert 1.00
Armour Fer Co, Arthur Gully 6 ” ” .75
E.E. Scott Co, Linden Shaw 14 pkgs groc .33
E.E. Scott Co, May Ekebaker 10 ” ” .11
Attsheler & Co, May Eberbaker 3 ” ” .17
Stratton & Terstegge, May Eberbaker 8 pks hardware .23
vaughn Groc, J.L. Craigmyle 1 bag sugar .15
Ballard & Ballard, ” ” 2 96# flour .25
Armour Fert Co, Wm Jones 2 bags fertilizer .25
Hardin Hrw. & Lewman, V.B. Wilhoite 5 ” seed .75
Carter Dry Goods, R.H. Judy 1 cs, 1 crtn dry goods .40
Stratton & Tersteege, W.W. Remper 10 pcs. hdware .70
P.C. Meek, Lola Gordon 1 bed, springs & Box .40
22.63
264 & 265
Monterey to Madison & Louisville
Passengers 5-24-33
Monterey, Mr. Carter .75
Nords, B. Johnson .50
Mad., Mattie Stone .25
“, Miss Stone .25
Wises, W.F. McClure chg .25
1.75
Freight Monterey Louisville
5-24-33
Monterey, Lauseth Bros 1 roll rug 1 bbl .25
Roy Maxburg, Pearl Pkg Co 1 red calf .50
W.E. Beverly, Blue Valley 1 can cream .25
Andrew Lauden, Pearl Pkg 1 hog .50
Wilbur Crafton 2 oil stove burners .10
Trow Co, S.G. Garrett 16 24# bags flour
Cofield Barber, S.G. Garrett 32 ” ” SR ” 1.20
S.W. Garrett 11 pkgs groc .50
Cofield Barber, R.F. Barrackman 13 ” groc .45
3.75
266 & 267
Bethlehem To Louisville
Passengers
May 26-33
Beth, Chris Selmier xx
“, Grace Singer xx
“, Mrs Roy Ross .40
“, Master Ross –
“, Wm. Curtis .40
Williams, J.J. Cornell .75
Al. Bead, Ed Smith .75
Chstwn, Pete Cornell .75
Westport, G. Cragmyle .40
Watson, W.M. Homer .65
Jeff., Leona Singer xx
4.10
268 & 269
Bethlehem to Louisville
Freight
5-26-33
McKay Bros, Bollinger Hancock, Jones 1 cs groceries .25
Str. Hanover, Henry Hut? 1 can tar .25 .75
” “, River Boat 1 ” ” .25 .85
W.H. Miller, Miles Bess 58 pieces lumber
2177 fee 5.60
Mad. Furn. Co, Crit Barnes 1 kitchens cabinett .30
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Val 4 cans cream 1.00
Price Chem Co by cash
J.C. Bitzer 1 mty oil drum xx
R.E. Staples, Theo. Ising, Jones 1 cs eggs .15
R.E. Staples, Armour 1 can cream .25
” ” “, Str Hanover 2 oil drum xx
J.C. Bitzer cash on acct
paid Jones 2.00
Pete Cornell 2 box groc xx
Ed Smith 2 ” ” 1 bag potatoes
1 bag meal 1 pkg 1 bas .10
Mrs. Hopkins 1 box flowers .25
R.E. Staples 1 fan belt .10 .55
R.E. Staples 1 drum ker. 1/2 dr tr oil .80
J.C. Bitzer 1 block ice .25 .75
J.C. Bitzer 4 drums kerosine 2.00
” ” Bitzer 2 sax sugar .20
Armour Fert Wks, C.A. Selmier CB 24 bag fert 2.25
Ohio Val. Groc, Matthews & Selmier 16 pkgs groc .54
Overbacker Coffee Co, Matthews & Selmier 2 bags coffee
” ” “, Matthews & Selmier 2 crts ” 1 pkg tea .27
Armour Co, Matthews & Selmier CB 3 box meat & butter .40
Jos. Denunzio, ” ” 5 pkgs fruit
” “, ” ” 2 bag potatoes .38
Stratton & Terstegge, ” ” 6 pkgs hdw .16
Jos Denunzio, S.B. Smith 2 bags potatoes .20
Stratt & Terstegge Co, S.B. Smith 1 crtn hdw .10
E.T. Slider Co, Digger #4 CB 2 drums oil 1.50
Andrew Cowan Co, Digger #4 1 Box bolts .25
Jewel Tea Co, Jewel Tea Co 7 pkg groc .30
Jewel Tea Co, Jewel Tea Co 5 ” ” .15
” ” “, ” ” ” 9 ” ” .30
Otis Hidden Co, W.M. Green 3 tubes rugs .15
Belknap Hdw Co, Reidel Bros 5 kegs nails 21 rolls roof 1.20
Peaslee Gaul Co, Reidel Bros 34 pkg hdware .65
20.25
270& 271
Bethlehem to Madison
Passengers
5-27-33
Beth, Grace Holloway xx
Beth, Pauline & Martha xx
Abbott, M. Varble .25
Wises, Mrs Stone chg .25
“, Miss Stone ” .25
Willis, Wood Consley .50
Pres H., Mrs. Williams .35
Woods, SW Wheeler .35
Lees, M. Shelton .25 chg .10
“, Cecil House .15 ” .20
“, Curt Mount chg .35
“, Jim Means .15 chg .20
Sp. Creek, Katie Garrett .35
Master Garrett –
Ferris, Opal Hamilton .35
Burkhart, Mrs Burkhart .35
Master ” –
Luckett, Nell Jones .35
“, Master ” .35
Lewellen, Daisy Lewellen .35
“, Carrol Lewellan .35
Cooper, Mrs R. G. McCoy .35
Freshs, John Fresh .25
“, Mrs Fresh .35
” ” ” .35
Squa Cr, Chas Goins .25
” “, Garrott Goins chg .25
Wises, Mrs Harry Mahoney .25
“, Mrs Mahoney .25
6.85
272 & 273
Bethlehem Madison
Freight
5-27-33
Peaslee Gaul., McKay Bros 11 pkgs hdw .25
Stratton & Terssteege, McKay Bros 5 ” ” .25
W.F. McClure 12 1/2 bags corn .50
Bert Yager, Schlosser Bros 1 can cream .15
1 bas eggs .05
Minnie McDowell, ” ” 1 can cream .15
Geo Richardson, ” ” 2 cans ” .25
Lester McDowell, ” ” 1 ” ” .15
Shellie Williams, Armour 1 can cr 1 bkt eggs .25
Wood Consley, ” 1 ” cream .15
W. Crafton, ” 1 can cream .10
Federal Chem Co by check
Isaiah Williams, Armour 1 can 1 bucket cr .30
Hurley Mahoney, ” 1 can cream .20
S.W. Wheeler, ” 1 ” ” .20
Katie Garrett, Schlosser 1 bucket cream .10
Opal Hamilton, ” 1 ” cr 1 bas eggs .10
F.C. Burkhart, Red 73 1 can 1 bucket cr. .35
J.F. Burkhart, ” 73 1 bucket cream .10
Nell Jones, Red 73 2 buckets cream .20
Nell Jones, John Wiener 1 coop chickens .20
Harry Mahoney, Schlosser 1 can cr 1 box egg .20
Daisy Lewellen, ” 1 ” 1 bucket cr. .20
Carroll Lewellen, ” 1 bucket cr. xx
R.G. McCoy, ” 1 can cream xx
1 cs eggs .15
Geo Cofield 1 bag meat .20
Mrs. L. Day, Schlosser 2 buckets cr .05
1 cs eggs .10
Nell Jone xx 4 gal oil xx .16 .32
East End Coal Co, John Singer 15 bu lamp coal 2.40
Wood Consley 2 gal oil .08 .16
Harry Mahoney 5 ” ” .20 .40
Mrs Burkhart 4 ” ” .16 .32
Daisy Lewellen 2 ” ” .08 .16
Shellie Williams 2 ” ” .08 .16
Isaiah Williams 1 ” ” .04 .08
Carroll Lewellen 1 ” ” .04 .08
Isiah Williams 4 bags fertilizer .40 4.60
R.F. Barrackman 5 ” plaster
2 bdls lath .35
274 & 275
Freight
May 27 – 33
6.24
Str Hanover, Bert Yager 1 can lard .10
” “, John Singer 1 pkg plants
Charles Goines 1 wash stand .15
Minnie McDowell 1 pkg solder xx
Armour Co, check
6.49
Beth to Louisville
5-29-33
Passengers
Beth, Herb Turner xx
Nugent Gigg, Onie Rutledge .50
Beth, Mrs Roy Ross .40
Abbott, Mrs Mitchell .40
Abbotts, Roland Abbott chg .40
“, Wm. Jackson .40
Jobson, Chas. Scott .30 mad.
Beth, Oneta Griffin .25
Wises, Mrs mahoney .25 Ferris
2.50
276 & 277
Bethlehem to Louisville
Freight
May 29 1933
Reidel Bros, Curt Barnes 1 bdl screen door
” “, ” ” 1 pkg & 1 roll wire .25
Str Hanover, Sam Ashby 2 cans tar .35
Stau San. Mfg Co, Stan San Mfg Co 2 bdls pipe 1 bag fitt .40
J.W. Sigmon, blue Val. Cry 1 can cream .25
Robt Stone, Sugar Creek 1 ” ” .25
R.E. Staples, Armour Cry, Jones 1 ” ” .25
J.W. Sigmon, Matthews 1 cs eggs .15
Chas Washburn, brooks & Metcalf 1 black calf. .50
Lawrence Vest 1 box rabbits .25
Chas Rosenheim, H.H. Clemmons 1 bdl mattress
1 lawn mower .25
Jos. Denunzio, Matthews & Selmier 2 bags potatoes .20
Str. Hanover, ” ” 10 bags salt 1.00
Fed. Chem Co, Shellie Williams, CB 21 bags fertilizer 1.97
” ” “, Chem Watson CB 8 ” ” .75
” ” “, Hurley Mahoney ” 4 ” ” .38
C.D. Kenny, Tony Dasta, 15 ” corn chips 1.50
Louis Hartman, Chas Hentz 4 sax flour
4 ” Rye ” .55
Chas Rosenhiem, John Holzer 9 carton glassware .25
” “, H.S. Morton 2 ” ” .25
N. Amer Fert. Co, W.C. Joyce CS 24 bags fertilizer 2.25
Str. Hanover, John L. Sample 25 bbs salt 5.25
50 blox ” 2.50
19.75
278 & 279
5-30-33
passengers
Beverly, Mr. Floyd .25 Lockport
Freight Lou. Mad. to Monterey
5-30-33
Str Hanover, J.M. Davidson 10 bags hom meal 2.00
Kelly Fur. Co, Tom O. Bannon 2 crated rockers .30
Vaughn Groc Co., Gayle Sanders 21 pkgs groc 1.20
Elmer E Scott Co, Gayle ” 4 ” ”
” ” “, ” ” 20 bags meal .55
Beadas & Gheens, Gayle Sanders 7 cs candy .25
Stratt & Terrstegge, Gayle Sanders 12 rolls roof 2 crtns good .90
Hardin Ham. & Davis, Willis T. Jone 1 bag millet .25
Str Hanover, May Everbaker xx 3 bbl salt 1.05
” “, ” ” 5 5# sax oats xx
Conner Mfg Co, Mike Thomas 2 bdls roof
4 bales wire 1 crtn feed
1 bdl eav trough .68
Lou. Fert Co, John Bennett CB 4 sax fertilizer .50
” ” “, Chas Merriwether 4 ” ” .50
Jareckis Chem Co, V.B. Wilhoite 16 ” ” 2.00
Cofield Barber, Wm. Kemper 2 case salmon .18
Atkinson Bros. Lumber, V.B. Wilhoit 90 pcs lum 300 feet .75
P.C. Meeks, P.O. Miner C.B. 8 pcs furn. .60
Gayle Sanders cash
Linden Shaw 1 wheel chair .22
Guy Reynolds 3 chicken coops xx
12.47
282 & 283
Monterey to Madison
passengers
Gest, Mr H. Chandler .75
“, Miss —
“, Mrs. Meriwether .50
“, ” Wills .50
Fresh, Ruby Hanly .20
Chas Scott, .30 Jobson
Onita Griffin chg .25
Omer Leap chg
Lewellen, Mr. J.D. Jones chg .25
Pages, Gus Shemfessel .40
2.65
284 & 285
Monterey to Madison
Freight
5-31-33
W.W. Kemper, Mad. Bott Works 6 cases MT bottles .25
Guy Reynolds, Theo J. Ising 3 coops chickens .75
Flora Harper, Maloney Davidson 1 ” ” .35
J.B. Smith, Pearl Pkg 2 calves 1.00
W.J. Smith, ” ” 2 ” 1.00
Roy Marxbury, ” ” 1 ” .50
Richard Dyke, ” ” 1 ” .50
W.E. Beverly, Blue val 1 can cream .25
E.E. Scott, R.F. Burackman 3 bags fee 10 bags meal
4 cs groc .55
Jack Lodge, Cert barnes 1 victrola .35
Geo. Richardson, Geo. Klineline 1 box chickens .35
J.W. Sigmon, Blue Val 3 cans cream .75
by cash
6.60
June 1-33
Lou Chem Co, S.B. Smith 1 pkg crealo .10
Fed. ” “, S.B. Smith 1 bag nitrate .25
W.F. McClure 22 bags corn .80
Matthews & Selmier to cash
1.15
286
June 1st.
Passenger
Mrs. Turner xx
Mary Ami Holloway xx
287
Boat Expense
1933
fwd 8.65
May 19 groceries 1.13
” 19 wharfage 2.00
” 20 groc .58
” 20 bread .15
May 22 butter Blue Val .66
” ” groc 1.57
” ” wharfage 2.00
” 23 bread and groc .78
” 24 groc potatoes coffee syrup bread cobb 1.00
” 26 ” & Paris & soup 2.15
” 26 wharfage 2.00
” 26 geo mohr oil 4.40
” 27 east end coal co .50
” 26 Glenn Strickland
Dray on salt 4.50
19.56
May 28 groc. Matthews .84
” 29 ” lou 1.85
” 29 fuel oil 20.00
” ” wharfage 2.00
” 29 Blue Valley Butter .75
” 27 & 29 postage .15
” 30 groc & milk 7 eggs 1.23
June 1 meat & groc 1.18
” 1 Blue Val Butter .48
” 1 Matthews groc .84
” 1 postage .12
June 1 bay book & stationary 1.10
290
Labor Week End Apr 29 33
Due Paid
Edw. Turner 10.00 7.50
Jesse Singer 10.00 6.00
John Singer 10.00 6.00
Wm. Morgan 3.00 3.00
w.G. Holloway 9.00 9.00
Mrs. Ed Turner 1.50 1.50
$43.50 33.00
Labor Week End 5-6-33
Jesse Singer 10.00 6.00
John Singer 10.00 10.00
Ed Turner 10.00 8.00
W.G. Holloway 9.00 9.00
Mr. Morgan 3.00 3.00
42.00 36.00
Labor Week End 5-31-33
Jess Singer 5.00 3.00
John Singer 10.00 5.00
Ed. Turner 10.00 7.00
W.G. Holloway 8.25 8.25
Wm. Morgan 3.00 3.00
Lester Farley 2.25 2.25
Labor Week End 5-20-33
Ed Turner 8.33 7.25
Jess Singer 8.33 6.00
John Singer 8.33 8.35
W.G. Holloway 7.50 7.50
Wm Morgan 2.50 2.50
WH. Brashear 2.10 2.10
Howard Stoner 2.25 2.25
36.70
291
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292
Natl. Branch Bank
1933
Amt fwd. 6830744042
May 29 Stoll Refin Cott #50 20.00
” ” C.L. Jewel & Son #51 18.94
June 2 Gulf Refin #52 20.00
” 2 C.L. Jewell #53 46.80
” 2 Neill La Velle 54 25.00
” 3 Mad. Lum. Co. 55 25.46
” 3 Jess Singe x55 60.56
” 3 Deposit 174.77
840.31 657.19
June 28 Deposit 17.53
857.84
293
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National Branch Bank Madison Ind
Mar 1 Bal. forwarded 31.44
” 2 check no 23 for oil
” 13 ” ” 24 for oats
” 27 deposit 15.59
” 29 ” 43.09
Apr. 5 ” 75.30
” 8 ” 29.41
” 8 Ed Turner #27
” 10 Geo Moore #28
” ” Gulf Refin Co #29
” 14 Selby Turner #30
” 15 Deposit 16.80
” 18 Johnson Fdy #31
” 21 Stoll Refin Co #32
” 20 deposit 2.25
” 26 deposit 23.80
Apr 28 Jos. Denunzio #33
May 1 Geo. Mohr 34
” 2 Mad. Lum Co. #35
May 4 deposit 46.44
” 5 Stoll Oil Co #36
” 6 deposit 29.80
” 6 revenue on cks
” 8 Gulf Refin Co 37
” 8 Geo Mohr 38
” 9 John Sample #39
” 13 Ed Turner #40
” 15 Conner Mfg. Co #41
” 15 C.L. Jewell Salt #42
May 10 deposit 26.55
” 13 deposit 10.25
” 17 deposit 67.54
” 17 Jessie Singer Salt #43
” 19 C.L. Jewell #45
” 26 Price Chem Co #64
” 27 Jess Singer Salt #27
” 27 Horton Feed Store #48
” 28 Pearl Pkg. Co #49
” 20 deposit 21.36
” 24 deposit 225.92
Apr deposit 17.53
683.07
294
Labor ex
Week ending Mar 4, 33 paid
Ed Turner 6 da. 10.00 10.00
Jess Singer 6 da. 10.00 10.00
John Singer 6 da. 10.00 10.00
U.S. Berry 6 da. 7.50 5.00
Lester Farley 1 da .75 .75
Howard Stoner 5 da. 3.75 3.75
Wm Morgan 6 da. 3.00 3.00
Mrs. Turner 5 da. 2.50 2.50
Week ending Mar. 11, 33
Ed Turner 5 da. 8.33 8.30
Jess Singer 5 da. 8.33 8.30
John Singer 5 da 8.33 8.30
U.S. Berry 5 da 6.25 6.25
Howard Stoner 5 da 3.75 3.75
Wm. Morgan 5 da 2.50 2.50
Mrs. Ed Turner 5 da 2.50 2.50
Week ending Mar 18-33
Ed Turner 4 da. 6.67 3.00
Jess Singer 1 da. 1.67 1.67
John Singer 4 da. 6.67 6.75
U.S. Berry 4 da 5.00 2.00
Mrs. Turner 4 da 2.00 2.00
Wm. Morgan 4 da 2.00 2.00
Lester Farley 3 da 2.25 2.25
Week ending Mar 5-33
Ed Turner 4 da 4.00 3.00
Jess Singer 4 da 4.00 4.00
U.S. Berry 3.15
John Singer 4 da 4.00 4.02
Mrs. Turner 4 da 2.00 2.00
Wm Morgan 4 da 2.00 2.00
Mar 31 Ed. Turner cash 1.00
Apr. 1 ” ” cash 2.50
” 1 Herbert Turner .75
” 1 William Morgan .50
” 1 John Singer 1.67
” 4 Ed Turner 4.50
” 4 ” ” 1.05
” 4 U.S. Berry .29
295
Labor Week End Apr 8
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Week end Apr 8 – 1933
Ed. Turner 10.00
Jesse Singer 10.00
John Singer 10.00
U.S. Berry 3.75
Wm. Morgan 3.00
Mrs Ed Turner 2.50
W.G. Holloway 3.00
Week End Apr 15 -33
Ed Turner 8.33
Jesse Singer 8.33
John Singer 8.33
Wm Morgan 2.50
Mrs Ed Turner 1.00
W.G. Holloway 7.50
Howard Stoner .75
36.74
Week Ends 4-22-33
Ed Turner 5 days 8.33
Jess Singer 5 ” 8.33
John Singer 5 ” 8.33
W.G. Holloway 6 ” 8.00
Wm Morgan 6 ” 3.00
35.99
296
Expense
feb 27 wharfage 2.00
” ” butter .84
” ” 3 bread .18
” ” 1 bread .06
” 28 1 bread .05
” ” groc stienbardt 2.00
” ” wharfage Carrollton 1.00
Mar 2 wharfage Lou
” ” 1 drum 55 gal deisel eng. oil 22.62
” ” 322 gal fuel oil 16.10
” 3 3 bread .18
” ” vogel bill 3.50
” ” 2 3c stamps .06
” 6 wharfage 2.00
” ” Victor Admoire card & B.L. 5.75
” ” 5 bread .30
” ” 10# sausage .80
” ” 4# butter .16
” 3 boat 1/2 ton coal
” 7 provisions 2.23
” ” wharfage Carrolton 1.00
” 9 wharfage Lou 2.00
” ” 1 bread .06
” ” bar soap .07
” ” spoons & silver .20
” 10 wharfage Lou 2.00
” ” cabbage & bread .24
” 1 bag hydrated line .28
” 13 30 gal oil 15.10
” ” 4 bread .24
” ” wharfage Lou 2.00
” ” butter 4# .84
” 14 groc 2.10
” ” meat 1.15
” 17 soap & supplies .15
” 20 butter .80
” ” bacon syrup pot bread .25
” 20 wharfage Lou 2.00
” 22 groc Stinehardt 1.09
” telephone HB. milk .30
Apr 1 W. Morgan dinner .25
297
Apr 3 440 gal fuel oil 22.00
” ” wharfage Lou 2.00
” ” sausage 5# .40
” ” Geo Mohr oil 24.00
Ed Turner dinner .25
U.S. Berry dinner .25
sausage 5# .40
” 5 vinegar Gayle Sanders .10
” 6 wharfage 2.00
Apr 7 1 can syrup .10
” 7 1 bar soap .05
” 7 1 bucket cup gr. .95
” 7 wharfage 2.00
” 8 bread .10
” 8 1 roll roof 1.70
” 8 2 pcs. iron rods .25
” 8 10# sugar .45
” 10 1 bbl engine oil 22.62
” ” 4 lbs butter Blue Val Cry. .84
” ” bread – milk .22
” 10 wharfage 2.00
” 11 J. Steinback groc 2.53
” 10 H. Stoner dinner .25
” ” Ed Turner ” .25
” ” W.G. Holloway ” .25
” ” Wm. Morgan ” .25
” ” John Singer ” .25
” 14 to roof cement .65
” ” ” wharfage 2.00
” ” ” tacks .10
” 15 saltpeter .15
” 15 East End Coal Co 1.45
” 15 Selby Turner salt 28.80
” 15 Wm Morgan dinner .25
” 12 postage .06
” 17 5 gal chain gr. 1.57
” ” 4# Blue Val butter .84
” ” Geo. Mohr 1 Dr. Ker 4.40
” ” wharfage 2.00
” ” Robinson Groc .48
298
Expense
fwd 9.29
Apr 18 Johnson Fdy 9.15
” 18 bacon brad coffee .77
” brad milk .25
” 19 J. Steinhart Gro. 1.25
” 19 East end Coal Co. .45
” 20 milk .15
” ” soap .10
” 20 postage .06
” 21 5 gal oil Geo Mohr .40
” 21 Stoll Rfy fuel oil 430 21.50
” ” wharfage 2.00
” 21 Geo Master refund United Casket Co .80
” 21 W. Morgan dinner .25
” 22 Cox & Corn posts 2.40
” 22 2 cells flashlight .15
” 22 W.H. Miller Lumber 3.20
” 22 postage .03
52.74
” 24 bread Robinson .18
” ” butter Blue Val .88
” 24 wharfage 2.00
” 25 Steinhardt Groc 2.35
” 27 set screen & J? N? .15
” 27 meat Stan. Ed Turner .48
” 27 whse rent 5.50
” ” telephone and installing same 7.75
” ” wharfage 3.00
” 28 ” 2.00
” ” Wm. Morgan dinner .25
” 28 labor .10
” 18 telephone Carrollton .10
24.44
299
May 1
May 1 Wharfage 2.00
” ” ink aval Statement .30
” ” groc 1.34
” ” postage .06
” ” Wm. Morgan dinner .25
” 2 groc. Steinhardt 2.36
” 2 ” ” .21
” 2 G. Sanders pepper .10
” 4 Groc & Soap Robins .78
” 4 Wash Basin and nails .25
” 4 3 bus fares Jeff to Lville .30
” 4 wharfage 2.00
” 5 Stobl oil (free) 27.50
” 5 wharfage 2.00
” 5 Wm Morgan dinner .25
” 5 broom .35
” 6 envelopes .25
” ” postage .12
” 6 harper drug 2.14
” 6 Wm Morgan dinner .25
May 8 butter Blue Val .72
” 8 gulf refin 21.54
” 8 wharfage 2.00
” 8 Geo Mohr 4.40
” 9 Geo. Steinhart 3.10
” 9 bread Hentz .35
” 9 lumber 1.10
” 10 meat & tomatoes .23
” 10 wharf. 2.00
” 12 Geo Mohr 70 gal oil 5.60
” 12 postage .09
” 12 Wm Morgan dinner .25
” 13 ” ” ” .25
” 12 Jesse Singer 4 bbl salt 7.80
” 15 Blue Valley Butter 3# .72
” 15 wharfage 2.00
” 15 groceries 1.81
” 16 groc & bread 1.32
” 17 sponge soap brush & powder .90
” 17 refund AR Miles 1.90