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WEDNESDAY, JAN. IS, HUT-
THE HARTFORD HERALD
'Z7w Hartjord Herald
Illlnqls Ccntrnl Railroad Timo Xn
bio nt Reaver Dam, Ky.
North Bound. South Bound.
No., 1324:05 a.m. No. 121 ll':35 p.m.
No' 12212:28 p.m. No. 1012:48 p.m.
No, 1022:48 p.m. No. 1318:55 p.m.
J. E. Williams. Agt.
NEW RECORD SET
Kentucky Mines Produced
A TOTAL OF 15,500,000 TONS
For 191 Report is Given
(Out By Chief Inspect-
, or Norwood.
r -. '
Lexlngt6n, Ky Jan. 11. Sta
tistical rbports Indicate that Ken
tucky's output of .commercial coal
for the year 1912 will reach the
enormous amount of , 15,500,000
tons or moro than 1, 500.000 tons
over tho output for 'l 9 11 and 900,
000 ions over that for lr910, which
heretofore ha's been considered the
"banner' jo-ir. according to a re
port Just issued by C.J. Norwood,'
chief inspector of mints in this
Mr. Norwood lias received almost
complete reports up to December 1,
and the total output fortho eleven
months of the calbndar year aggre
gate 14.129.2CS tons. IJo estimates
that the December output will
bring the total up to 15,500,000
That the output for this year will
reach 20,000,000 tons is the pre
diction of the Inspector, who says
that prospects are very bright for
another record-breaking output.
Mr. Norwood's report follows:
"The statistical reports received
for the eleven months up to Decem
ber 1, with less than 100,000 tons
estimated for a few minor compan
ies that have jet to report for No
vember, indicate an output of ap
proximately 15j500,000 tons of
commercial coal from the Kentucky
mines for the calendar year 1912.
"The known production the out
put already reported up to Decem
ber 1, with no estimates amounts
to 14, 129, 20S tons.
"Estimates for December togeth
er wjth the tpnnpge estimated for
dcllquent mines in November Indi
dlcate -the -following production for
tho year by the respective districts.;
District.. , ..
Western .' . . . .
Southeastern . . .
Northeastern . . .
r. -3,24. "-,000
more than 900,000 tons ye,r-vt)at
for ' lOlJt.V which hitherto Jthu'heeTi
t)le-"banner" year. t) Sv
"Complete returns for jjtfoVember
and actual figures for 'fpf'cember
may ehlCer increase or decrease the
estimated amount spmeTwbat, but it
seoms.safe to place the. output at not
less than about 15,500,000 tons. .
"The prospects for 1913 aro
bright. Barring extraordinary dis
turbances, I look for an output of
pot less than 20,000,000 tons; It
may be materially greater.
"A statement fallowing production
by counties wliybo made public
$1011 Per Piute- :
Was, paid at a, banquet to Henry
glny, In New Qrlenns in 1S42J
Mighty costly; for those with, stonjJ
ijch trouble or Indigestion. To-1lay
people everywhere use Dr. King's
Now Life Pills for theso troubles as
well as liver, kidney and bowel dis
orders. Easy, safe, Buro, Only 25
cents at James H. "WiU'ams. m'
alleged ".night rider"
f held for grand jury
Eyansvllle, Ind., Jan. 9. Elva
Jemmerson, alleged "night rider,"
yas bound over to tho grand Jury
at his proilmfnary trial at Rock
port. At tho eamo time Jemmor
son's brother-in-law, Garland Haw
kins, was arrested, arraigned and
bound over. It is charged, by offi
cials that theso men were tho head
of a band of tobacco-barn burners
."This indicates an ejnereasa of
re thanri.uontiajJ tn3,,uyer tne
tput for lflil.lihdjifirnctea'squf
U a trMBSMdc
Aafc Yw Doctor.
In Spcncor county, which destroyed
eight barns and hnd agreed to.leavo
no shed standing over an unpooled
crop. JcmmcrEon, who Is a promi
nent farmer and church member,
denies tlio charge. At the prelimi
nary hearing to-day Reason Ander
son swore that ho followed a pecu
liar hoof mark from tho slto of thb
last barn-burning to Jemmorson's
home, and ho Identified both.Jcm
mcrson and the horse. , 4
Jan. 13. Mr. Hiram Miller, who
has been visiting his sister In Tu)
sa, Okla., has returned home. He
teports a flno trip, saw somo beau
tiful country, but says Beaver Dam
looks more bbautiful to him sinco
ho returned than nt .any previous
time, and will remain with us a
while longer. ,.
Mr. Joe Williams, who has been
In the mercantile business In Ceh
tertown, has sold his business in
thnt town and returned to Beaver
JJam. He has purchased a lot on
Main street, southh of the railroad,
from Mr. C. M. Taylor. We under
stand ho Is soon to erect a livery
barn oft the lot.
Tho protracted meeting Is In
progress at tho M. E. Church, cpn
ducted by the pastor, assisted by
the Rev. Wcldon, of Loulsvlle.
Owing to the'ralny weather the .at
tendance has been small but they
are having some fine sermons. A
good revival Is expected next week
if -tho weather Is favorable.
We noticed in The Herald last
week mention made of the 92d an
niversary of Mrs. Snanks. It is hot
that Mrs. Shanks
has a sister living who Is two
years her senior Mrs. Sarah Ann
Austin living with her son, Mr.
Had Austin,, in Sulphur Springs
neighborhood. She was 94 years
old last October. She was quite HI
last fall, but' herhealth has Improv
ed and at present she bids fair to
Ihe several j-ears yet.
, Miss Corlnne Shultz, daughter of
Mr. Ozna Shultz, of Green Briar,
entered school at the West Ky.
Seminary the first of the month, -,
Miss : Hinds, of Fordsvllle,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. L.
Shultz, this week.
A goodly number of our young
people went to Rockport Sunday to'
see the backwater. They reported,
the water lacked 4 feet of "being on
tho railroad bridge.
CAPT. VAN METER MEETS
DEATH AT ADVANCED AK
1 .?., . M
Bowling- Green, Ky., Jan. 9..
Capt. Chas. J. Van Meter, ag.qcj
eighty-six, philanthropist, and ond
of tho most wideTy known steatti
boatmen an'd former river captaiHs
on the Greeri, , Barren and QljSs
rivers, died at Ills home here 1
death was duatp'n stroke of, 'pWalw
sis. Ho was one of'the-founders oj
the old Green, Rlvdt-. Navigation.
Company. Thirty years ago Kb
owned-'and conducted the famous
Grayson -Springs, 'this State, and it
was Jiejg he accumulated a sub.j
sjjin tlo) 'o rTuifes ltrou gh tlie aj
plSes bf Ciiftt.- Van' Meter the" old
Southarnt.Noriual'V'Schoo), now the
Western Kentucky State formal,
was made a permanency tds tjifs.
city. Now. Van, Meter. Jfall, the
most substantial (structure of ho
Western .Kentucky State Normal
School, wlrrei cbst $"125,000, was
named In his1 honor. Capt. Van Me
ter" was 'boVn and reared 1n Bowling
Green and was one Of the oldest
natives of the city. Ha retired from
business about twenty , years ago
and has since led a quiet life.
-. , sinji) coax. t
Last spring I had more orders
for my Boone County White 3eed
Corn than I could till, so If you,'ex-
pect to get seed corn from me this
year, you should order now and I
will ship af any date you name.
While my ' Boone County White
Seed Corn raised In nineteen twelve
is line and made an average of nine
ty bushels per acre, yet I am confi
dent I will not have enough to sup
ply tho demand.. . -
The seed corn will, as usual, be
shipped In tho jear, in 'one-bushel
wooden crates and will run about
sixty ears per bushel. Tho price
remains at threo dollars per bush
el, as before. -
JOHN T. JACKSON,
2t3 Rockport, Ky.
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Many a glrl'B Ideal
Wh'en he gooa. broke.
And Not An "Ideal State,"
BY TAFT INRECENTVSPEECH
AH They Ask Is That the
Public Burdens Be Fair
HONEST STATEMENT OF CASK
(Py Clyde H. Tavcnner, Congressman-Elect.)
Washington, Jan. 13. President
Taft In his Now fork "re-organlza-tlon"
speech, declared In fine sar
casm that thoso dissatisfied with hl3
administration demanded ''"an Ideal
state In which tho poor nnd oppress
ed are to acquire property and
This and similar statements of
the President, indicate why his ad
ministration was unpdiidlar. He
was prejudiced against 'any kind of
reform. His Is the same 'view that
I3 held by Morgan and Rockefeller,
and tho other money Wings' who
have made their mrilitins as a re
sult of federal laws ' which gave
them monopolies of American mar
kets with power to charge tho pco
plfe for trust product1- any pricb
that their greed dictated.
Morgan and Rockefeller also be
llove that ail Who dro not satisfied
with the bid conditions tho "brib
ery of United States Senators by
the Oil Trust, tho failure to send
guilty magnates to Jail as the poor
arn sent to jail when they violate
the law, the Infamous Payne-Ald-rich
tariff laws which permit the
big Industrial combinations to be
ever boosting prices and increasing
the cost of living Morgan and
Rockefeller and Taft believe that
all who complain of these things
expect nnd demand "an ideal state
in which the poor and oppressed
are to acquire property and cease
suffering." - '
Tills Is not true. It is ridiculous
to assert that because thb peoplo
demand tariff revision to' reduce
the cost of liing, that tlicj" expect
or demand "an Ideal statd'-;
In asking -for an income tax
which will compel the rich to bear a
fair proportion Of the burden, of
taxrftlon, which they are not now
' fn requesting the election of
United States Senators by'' the Al-
reot vote of tho people, to prevent
fhe1ielo'ctlon,'by bribery; '
In demanding enforcement of the
criminal provision of the Sherman
anti-trust law,, which' Is' not how bo-1
ing enforced by art 'Attorney-Geiler'-al-who
wa3 formerly a Sugar-TruBt
lawyer.; - i 1 i. n
In 'desiring legislation safe
guarding legitimate ' business 'from
tho public ovlCs of 'stock-gambliiig;
In expecting effective regulation
,. 1 ' . (11
i - i ' i
Sloan's, Liniment gives
quick rqlief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, soro thrbat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
'Mtt. Aibekt W.rttiCB.of Fredonla,
Kau., writes : ' Wo use Bloau'i JUul
meiit in the family anil nnd It an ex
cellent relief for coldt and liny fever
attack!. It top touching and auee
lng oluiott luitantly."
Mbb. h. Ilnr.wER, of Jlrxtollo.Fla.,
wrlln: " I boimlit one bottle of your
I4nlment and ltdhlmsall tli gool In
tne.world. My throat wa very fore,
and It cured mo of tny trouble,"
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
MR. WMI,6TBAhOE,S721 Klatvood
ATeuuer Chicago, 1H., wrlteii "A lit
tle boy next door had crolip.'I gara
the ruothvr Slonn'i Liniment, to try
She gaie him three drop on, augar
before going to bed, and be got up
without the croup lutbe morning."
Prkte, 2SO; BOo,, $1.00
t 111' 'mA"'m ft "
of child lnbor, an employer's llabil
Ity law and protection of women
In demanding and expecting all
theso things, tho public is not, as
President Trift says, and as Morgan
and Rockefeller prctond to bcllove,
either demanding or expecting "an
ideal stato In Which tho- poor nnd
oppressed -arc to acquire' property I "
Tho people are simply asking for
a squaro deal at tho hands of those
"public BorvantS" whom they have
sont to Washington to represent
RESCUED AFTER IIEING
IMPRISONED A WEEK
St. Louis, Mo., Jnn., 10. James
Meyers, quarry worker, was res
cued to-day from a cavo on tho Al
ton (111.) bluffs, where ho had'beon
Imprisoned s.lnco Saturday ntit by
a slectstorm and ice. He was taken
to St. Clair County farm In a se
rious condition from lnck of food
Members of a train crev h'ear'd
cries from1 tho caVe, which Is about
75 feet up the side of the bluff, and
uotlflcd the Alton police.
, A policeman, two locomotive .fire
men and a y.oung athlete were as
signed to the work of rescuing Mey
ers, and; taking ropes, they climb
ed tho face of the bluff, which was
covered with Ice, and' lowered Mey
ers to the ground.
Meyers climbed' to' tho cave Sat
urday, was caught there by tho
slectstorm Sunday and feared to
climb down tho icy bluff. When he
was foundja small fire was burning
in the cave, but his last scrap of
fuel had gone to feed It.
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Was glor.ip.us but Rves t arg,j)ft,en
saved hy Dr. King's Now pisjoyery
In curing lung trouble coughs, and
colds,ll;whlch mlghtf.ljave eidgd in
consumption or pneumonia. "It
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GREEN RIVER TOBACCO
GROWERS IN SESSION
Elect Officers Board of Con
trol Practically Same
At tho regu!ar meeting of tho
Green River Tobacco Growers' asso
ciation for tho district comprising
tho counties of Daviess, McLean,
Ohio and Hancock In Kentucky, and
Spencer In Indiana, William O. Rl
ney was again electek president of
tho association. Hltam' Marksberry
was re-elected vlccresident.
When the meeting wns called to
order at the city hall in Owensboro
Thursday morning a large number
of farmers of the Ave counties wns
In attendance, despito the fact that
they wore exceedingly busy with
the stripping of tho crops prepara
tory to delivery. -
The selection of tho Board of
Control for the -various counties
was gone Into and resulted In prac
tically tho entire membership of
the exIstln&jboarkd being re-elected.
J. W. Cooka,one, .of the most pro
gressive faypers of Daviess county,
nnu one in wnom an tne memuors
of the assocTatlon fee"P'thev greatest
confidence, was a new member
elected to the board for Daviess
county. There had been a vacancy
of one member In 'the board and the
selection of Mr. Cook was 0110
which 'gave general satisfaction to"
all the members.
of. the Board of
Control follow: ,
Daviess Joe Bittel, R. P. Cash
en, J. W. Cook, Jesse Gregory,
Win. F. Holland, Hiram Marlrsber
ry and William Pearcel
Hancock Thomas frown, Pell
vllle, and J. O. Madden, Lewlsport
McLean P. R. Robertson, Semi-
way, and John Settle, Calhoun.
Ohio; E. O. IMrby, Narrows, 'and
Steve Taylor, Magan.
Spencer county, Ind. Dr. J. R.
Lang, and Edward Squires.
When the Board of Control shall
have been organized It is practical
ly certain that Walter Atherton
will be re-elected to fill tho position,
of secretary of the association, as
there is no one else mentioned In
connection with the place. Mr.
Atherton has made tho organiza
tion a very valuable officer, and has
held his present position since the
first organization of the association. J
OOOOOOOOOO o'O o O o 1
O MASTER COMMISSIONER'S O,
0 SALES. O
1, Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. ,
Hi J. Odell, Plaintiff,
John Mi Graham, Defendant.
1 By virtue of a Judgment and or
dqr.iof sale .of the, Ohio ..Circuit
Court, rendered at tho.QctobeTdterm,
lOW,: In the aboye cause j fop the.
'sum of .$."00.00, wIUi .ilnterest at
the rate of C rjer -Rent, per tannum
from tho 17th day of March, 1910,
until paid,' subject tp the following:
credits: Seventy ($7-0.00) dollar
p'atd "March 17, 1910, and
costs herein, I will offer for sale by
public auction at'lhe court libuso
door' In Hartford, on Monday, tho
3d day of February, 1913, 'a'b'out 1
o'clock p. m., upon a credl:of six
months, tho ' fdllowlng" 'describetl
property, fry-wltr' " '' '" ' '
A certain' tract or parcel -'of land
lylhg and being' In the "kurity of
Ohio, and State of Kentucky, ' or
tho waters of Adams-Fork creek of
Rough rlvfcr','' iYritl bounded as' fol
lows, viz!? negiiihirifelnt a stbne In
W. J. Graham's soTith bounda'ry
line; thence funning S. 57 poles to
a slono; tfieiiee E. 0 pbles to a
stone; thence SF39-30 W. 172 poles
to''a st'6rre; thehco N, 21-30" W.
1 1,1 'A ' poles' to two'"beeches on tho
north barik of'AdaniS;Fork creek;
thence up'said ct'fcekVs' It meanders,
to a stono, W. J. Graham's corner;
thence with said Orahara's lino E.
about J5B' poled to the beginning,
containing 75 acres moro or less.
It belhg a' part Of tho land purchas
ed of J. M. GUIs and Sarah J. Gills
by deed dated on the 15th day of
August, 1890, recorded in the Ohio
County Court Clerk'B office In Deed
Book No. 11 page No. 384, or suffi
cient thereof to produce the sums
of money ordered to 'bo mado.
The purchaser will bo required to
execute bond with approved secur
ity immediately after sale.
This 14th day of January, 1913.
E. E. BIRKHEAD,
Y. L. Moseley, Attorney.
3t3 Master Commissioner.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky.
J. W. Ralph, Trustee, Plaintiff,
II. O. Powers, et al. Defendants.)
Dy.Tirtue of. a, Judgment and or-,
rsof sale of the Ohio Circuit
Court, rendered at the October
a, in tne above cause for
thn mn nt 6 ner cent, ncr annunl
from tho 3d day of February, 1913 '
until pawn nnp 57- c "orc-
in, I will ' offer for silo by public
auction at the court houso door In;
Hartford, oh,(Moriday, tho 3d day of
FebruaryHnil3,tvaboUt. one o'clock
p. m., upon a creou 01 eix luuiuun
tho following Mes'crltKkl property
A tract, or, parcel of land
ams Fork, creek, In Ohio
0 ount)r jfl
1 follows: w
Kentucky',' and bounded as
Beginning nt;a stono S. E. wrnor
to H. Brown ;''thenco S. 89 E. 91,4
poles to a, stOito;" thence N. 1 E. 154
poles to a st'one thence S. 89 E. 30
poles to .'i.ptone. 4henco N. 1 E. 32:
coles to' a stone in center of Fords
vlllo and Slnrrows road; thences
with the original lino 89 W, 123
poles to a stone; ihenco S. 1, W.UBS
poles to tho beginning, contalnmg
112 acres, and being same land con
veye;) to.IL- C. Powers by L. W.
Brown, October'' 20th, 1903, and:
which deed Is Of record In Deed
Book 24, page (j09, Ohio County
Clerk's ofTfcer 1ir"gUrfIcienrthereor
to produco the sums of money or
dered to be made.
Tho purchaser will bo required to
execute bond with approved" secur
ity immediately after sale.
This 14th day of January, 1913.,
K. E. B IRK HEAD, If
3t3 Master Commissioner.
J. P. Sanderfur, Heavrin &
Fever- Sores.. ,
Fever sores and olir chronic sores
should not be healed entirely, but
should be kept in healthy condi
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has no superior for this purpose.' It
Is also most excellent for chappf
bands, rioro nipples, burns and dbi-j
oases1 'or the skin. For sale byA'r
dealers. - -m'
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