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4 39th YEAR.
HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1913.
A GIGANTIC GOAL
iTo Operate Western Ken
WITH CAPITAL OF $6,000,000
Based On Thirteen Shafts
More Have Been Invit
ed to Come In.
v. c. if i'ont to m: i'iti:sni:xr
Wilmington, Del., Feb. 1.'. The
formation of a gigantic coal corpo
ration which will control practically
the entire output of tho Western
Kentucky field took place In this
city last night when after several
unsuccessful conferences with Gen.
T. Coleman du I'ont, president of
the dissolved "Powder Trust," rep
resentative Western Kentucky coal
operators reached an agreement to
) consolidate their mines Into one
great corporation which Is to be
known as the du Pont Coal Compa
ny and will probably have its mala
ofllos in this city.' Papers In tho
agreement will be drawn up at once,
stockholders in each company.
The mine owners here are iW. G.
Duncan, of Oreenville, owner or tho
W. O. Duncan Coal Company; Judge
"W. A. WIckllffe, of C.reenville. rep-
resenting the W. L. Wickllffe Coal
Company; .1. W. Lamb, of Green
V "vllle, of tho Hillside Company; It.
l Carey, o the Caldwell Coal Com
pany; W. W. Simmonsof Memphis,
representing the Broadway Coal
Company, and Shelby Gtah, one of
the largest individual con! property
owners In Kentucky and the chief
figure in the consolidation.
The 'mlrnjs-lilch.iwjlljn 1 taken
over by the new company are the
Luzerne and Graham mines, -calmc-Ity
of ::,C75 tons p.er day, owned by
the W. ! Duncan Co.; Powderly
'and Martwlck mines, 1,70 tons per
day capacity, owned by the V. A.
Wlckliffe Company; Broadway
mine, with a capacity of 1.000 tons
per day, owned by Broadway Coal
Company;1 Hillside, Oakland and
poVey mines, of the Hillside Com
pany, 1,000 tons capacity per day;
Central, MoHenry, ' Render and
Echols mines, of the Central Coal
& Iron Company, owned by Gen. du
Pont, with" a capacity of 3,.r.00 tons
per day, and the Browder and Ra
diant mines, of the Caldwell Coal
Company, with a capacity of 1,000
tons per day.
I These mines are situated on the
Illinois Central and Louisville &
Nashville railroads, and are the
largest In Kentucky, tho Luzerne J
mine being tho largest on the entire
system of the Illinois Central rail
road. In addition to these mines
twenty-one others probably will be
taken over, as their owners were
communicated with by wire aud
may have accepted the proposition.
2 If this Is done It will bo one of, tho
largest coal corporations In tho
Tjnlted States. Gen, T. Coloman du
Pont will bo'-thcr president; tho oth
er officers have not 1cou named.
Tho company will start business
with h capital stock of $15, 000,000,
which will be lncrensed should all
of the twen,ty-ono mines be taken
over. The deal, besides taking over
the mines, Includes thousands of
acres of coal and timber lands
which have not- been doveloped.
S. J. (llah. who was thn real tro.!i
... . .. , ,, '
A motor of the consolidation said to -
Jnlglu that the mines would be
"ken over as fast as details could bo
..;.,. V ., . ., , wo""1 I'all,er l,ay ""' "" ' Jn" weakened and gave tho whole story. I Kvansvllle. lud.. Feb. I .'..-When nothing. Tho parting with the wife
It will be ho purpose of the , 1 11IW tllall t auotller ,,,, d (Ig Jn
'on Company.' said Mr Gish. ,0 , thn, ho ,)0 pt ,nto tho cus- J j ,e,J J ' ,,a J r'' "'"'' ' ed by Miss Maude Jackson because main and conduct the business, that
furnish a Bteam coal .to tho entlro tody of tho Jailer Judirn KoIHukVv ' " "'""""K 'r tlio pabt two .1M.. ., , ..,..., ... ... ", .
... . , ,.,, , . . ' uiL j.iiur. juiiko ivoitnibio . , u. hi,,.!,,,, iilllllon i.,w " dldn t own a fnrin, Robert W overyth ng was pad for except $ :
South -ami .'Southwestern market, refused to do this FrlttK Mien left "weKB u Klu R'tcnie. lliinton has ,, , ,, , ... , ....
n 1 u . ' ,MI ' ' rln" l,um lou . i,(.n .r illlt , .....1 uheii.v ' arl UH,ed her If she would wult worth of grocer es, 011 wh ch she
Our mines will have a, capacity of the courtroom to consult Mm inw. ' "ol een ,,Lro bul " a,Ml nelb ,..... ....
., .. -! 11 1 . 1 luuriiuoiii 10 tonsuu uio - iiHnhiniH nmi mnii m for M,n' s'1" uv" "r wrd. say. had thirty days. The wife c ung to
over i0t railroad cars per day, and yors In reirard to his case but mnt 1 " Il,e teiepnoue ami man to .,,,.;. .....
.... 1. .1 . .1 1 . rcKuiu 10 ins case, inn otif it.,,,1,,,, '" "? would, 'lo-day he cim the husband tlirough a is career.
we lutend to make the company thoiwltt no encouraironient Mm attnr. ,ra"'u "eu Plot, no sum. nuntoii '
1 . .1 it . a at . 1 11V eiiiuiiiui,ouient, me auor- vextenlnv nrtnriinnii nmi ni '"lcl lom I' leeborii, Mli.u , carry,- 11 though sho know tho I f he was
lnraest In tho ruited States. In alt navu tuiiim, nim t.,, ,i...., i........ aineu yesieiun aiteruoon, aun m . ..
..,... '"" ll,,,ru ,..r ,,, V y ' K '"" ,1"'t ,lu,y k,l?w nf,8 o'clock list nlL-lit M... tw In.-ed '" ""' ,,,'0il " " bK '"ict of land leading. Ho Is thlrty-three years
probability coko ovens will bo built.1 no law to force tho Judiro to Incir. o ciock 1.1st uiMit tlio two luieil ,..,,, ..
"Tho Western Kentucky field Is Carat. ,? ,e Is s IM a f eo an ' ,Utc,,, "" t,,e ra,,r":"1 Bk- a,,1 ' ' " " w o d and she s twenty-one. .0 mar-
Ctl. nuwt irrm ve. nf l 1... btnJle Is sHMafreo ''. Qut R001, aB er ,,,. '1 hey we,,, mar- rled her In Central Cltv. when s-e
tv r. i L tut nut
the world, and with tho Panama Ca
nal opening soon, the i.eld has a
great opportunity offered to It."
Mr. Glsh has been working on1
the consolidation scheme more than
two years. Ilo recently acquired
large Kits properties In Kentucky,
Aspoclute-1 with him In the cousol-
IdatloA uie Daniel Caulleld nnd L.
Duuhum, both of this city, Tho
mine owners will lio given part cash
and tlio remainder In slocks and
bonds In the now corporation.
1 HALF. KNTKKTAIX.MKNT
postpoxkd i'oi: a md.vtii
The following In regard to tho W.
Powell Hale entertainment which
was to have taken place tit Dr.
Bean's Opera I louse no.st Monday
night, under the auspices of the
Hartford College Lyceum Course,
explains Itself. It will be seen that
It is simply a postponement, nnd
that Mr. Hale, tho celebrated Im
personator, will appear here Just a
month Inter. Tho letter from the
Colt people, who are Mr. Hale's
managers, Is as follows:
Cleveland, O., Feb. IT., 11113.
Mr. II. K. Brown, Hartford, Ky
Dear Sir: We regret to inform you
of tho necessity of changing the
date for W. Powell Hale. Tills Is
his llrst date in our territory com
ing from the Southern Bureau, and
we find they have booked him In
such (i place the Saturday preceding,
that it Is Impossible, even with Sun
day In which to travel, for him to
reacli you for tho 24th.
We have therefore arranged wljh
them Instead of making your date
the first one this season In our ter
ritory, that It will he his last one.
Just four weeks later, on Monday,
Kindly make note of this nnd nr
range to announce and advertise
him for the 24th of March.
The Colt Lyceum Bureau.
By Arthur C. Colt, President.
wii-sox will axxocxck
CABIXKT IXAl'Gl'KAL 1AV
Princeton, N. J Feb. 1.'. President-elect
Wilson: announced dell
nlntoly to-nlght'-Ujat' he would not
makeS-publc the names of his Cab
inet until he sent them to the Sen
ate for confirmation March '4.
"I wl follow the old-fashioned
method," he said, "and not make
any .announcement until the names
of the Cabinet members are sent to
Mr. Wilson's remarks were oc
casioned by the reports from Wash
ington that ho would announce his
Cabinet at once. He said there
was absolutely no truth or authori
ty for the reports.
Mr. Wilson, It Is Indicated, will
ask the men to whom portfolios are
offered, to regard tho information
aR confidential. He believes also, it
Is said, that he ought not make any
Important announcements until ho
is actually President of the United
States. A premature announce
ment from outside Bources, howev
er. It was admitted, may upset the
The President-elect was asked if
his policy of reserving announce
ment meant that ho was still unde
cided as to the . personnel of the
Cabinet, add expected further sug-j
, , " . """" " Ktl clothes. He was still at the scene erats and of two Republicans,
my mind open, ho said, "until the of tho ,, wluMl ,, wua ,,! 0nlj. thrP() of , , Wt,.(
as monient In a numherof cases.),,,,,, CU8to(.t ,. , resist. r011!i,y 1,,0il,,i, , , ,
think the field of possible choices,....,,. ...... ... ..,, ..,,.,., ,,,. ,..throuh nrnctlcallv ....nnh..n..uiv.
s as full as It possibly can he. but j
1 iiiuai say inai uie number of men
who have entered themselves has
not been large."
SKKMS UK .ll'ST COlfl.D
.NOT ItltKAK INTO .IAI
Marlon, Ky., Feb. 1.'. Yester
day afternoon Knoch Frltts, nged
jlS, stepped Into Judge Koitlnsky'B
court and made tho unusual request
that ho be put Into Jail. Frltts had
Just been tried on a chnrgo of crap-j
shooting, found guilty .and fined
$24. which he was iiiuiIiIk in nnv1
and was released by the court noii.l.
nn. i,i,...,i.... I
"'" ""'"' ""
) After studying tho n.nttor over
tu-'lho young mm. returned to tho
court and told tho Judgo that he
it .. .. .. . ..'
YOUR NKIGIIBOR KNOWS his
MAJK8TIC RANGK lues Mttlc fiioH
- bakes perfectly- -heuN abtindan'co,
of Water good and lib' and coit3
practically nothing fur repairs. LKT
I'S SHOW YOU WHv". CALL ilur-
In our DEMONSTRATION WKKK.
February 24th to March lt.
K. P. IURNK8 & DUO.,
Beavor Dam, Ky,
SLAY IK MAN
FOR HIS MONEY
Hickman Youths Charged
GOT $110 FROMTHEIR VICTIM
Which He Had Saved to Re
cuperate His Health
Moit vio....xcn was fkakkd
Hickman, Ky.. Feb. 1(1. Within
a few hours after the body of John
Ritchie was found to-day lieneath a
bluff overlooking the Mississippi
river, here, with tho skull crushed
into a shapeless mass aud tho pock
ets of the man's clothing turned In
side out, "Dick" Shelby, a 19-year-old
boy, was arrested and an amaz
ing story of a well-laid plot to kill
and rob Ritchie was unfolded to the
police. Popular feeling against
Shelby becams so great after
the details of his cpnfesslon be
came known that officers took the
boy from Jail tills afternoon, drove
to Fulton and at that point took a
Hickman has bceu In a state of
excitement throughout, the day, for
hardly had the news of the brutal
murder spread than Shelby was ar
rested. His confession, implicating
Jesse Him ton. of Dukedom, Ky.,
.Ritchie's body was found two
blocks above the business section of
the city, on the bank of the river.
Ills head showed twelve crushing
blows with a fourteen-lneji iron bar,
with a heavy bolt on 0110 end. The
skull was bursted In four places. Af
ter the man had been killed, he was
robbed, and his body was then
thrown pver a thirty-foot bluff. It
fell on tht' river bank, and beside It
was found tho iron bar which the
'Ritchie was an employe of the
Mengel Box Company, at tills place.
He believed ho was a victim of tu
berculosis nnd hud been saving ills
money, with which to go West.
Shelby said that $110 and a gold
watch was taken from his body. A
crowd gathered at 'the po'nt where
the body was found, anil Shelby
was among tho number who gazed
down at the slnlu man. When a
purse was being made up to obtain
bloodhounds to traco tho murder
er, Shelby was 0110 of tho llrst to
contribute.' Ho gave fifty cents.
Later In the day, officers learned
that Rltchlo was last seen with C.
O. Shelby, who Is known as "Dick"
Shelby. They went to his room .at
J "I" boardlnghouse and found bloody
,,ad kllw ulcho
11 i-.... . I
iiumiicua 111 ift-inuiiH liiesneil
or persons pr
about and followed Shelby as ho 1
was being taken to Jail. Hehlnil
bars, ho was calm uml his nerve .
was unshaken. He asserted at' first'!
that he had killed Ritchie In self
defense, and in response to ques-i
tlons, declared that no 0110 else was '
connected with the crime. Told
,hat ,,e l'robably would hung, he
"Let them hang me.
tin m.. 1 01. ..... ......
!.,. . ,. , .....
. . .. ' . '
iprietress or the boarding-house ut '
. which Ritchie stayed telling the .'
co that Ritchie had 110 when '
paid his hill lust nlaht. tho box I
section of tho city, murdered him.
Tho boy told tho police that he
and his, accomplice Intended to
throw the body Into tho river, but1
tho body lodged, autho water's edge,
He said ho lunLgotUi. jri.'j, aud a
watch" mid Buiitoii.?liud,.tiken ..'
lupoid, MliMoId thojiollco that tlio
money ho. huTl' obtained .wus,undor
a plank In u building at bis board-1
Ing house. The money was found
nt the place designated.
Ritchie's hands were bruised and
skinned, Indicating that ho had
tried to ward off the blows of his
assailants directed at him, and put
up a strong fight for his life. Ills
slicker rout was taken on" mid
searched, us also Was his coat.
When tlie body was thrown over
tho bluff, the face struck llrst nnd
was badly crushed.
Shelby's confederate Is said to
have departed on an early train this!
was toported, but the news lacked
Police officers, fearing mob vl',. '
lonco. In face of the open thrcits j
heard against Shelby by Ritchie's (
friends, were afraid to leave thd
boy in the Jail over night, and de
cided to take him to Puduc.ih for .
safe keeping. I
Arrive nt Padiiejili.
Paditcah, Ky., Feb. 17. Depu'y
Sheriff W. O. West arrived here at
1:30 this morning from Hickma.i,
Ky.. with C. O. Shelby, chnrged with
having murdered John Ritchie. Ho
was placed In the county jail fi.rj
safe keeping. !
KOITI'V MUX OF COCXTV
KK.IKCT TOBACCO OFI-'KIt
At a meeting of the Ohio County
Pnjon of the American Society of
Kqulty at Hartford last Friday, the
proposition for the sale of l.ono,-
00(1 or more pounds of Ohio county
"TTiWirTo, TTeTfVeieiriit Hart lord, wns
rejected. There were about 2no Adams was tho man. went to his
members In attendance and the door to make Inquiry, and on nc
sesalon lasted several hours. J count of tho answer given by
The meeting was presided over J Adams' wife, became suspicious and
by County Chairman L. 11. Tlchenor, ; searched the barn, where ho found
and II. M. Plrtle acted as secretary, j burglars' tools and the gum boots.
The Finance Committee presented a . in a well was found burglar's
rorort ()f the offers made for the ' keys flilch opened every store In
Ohio county pool. The officials
stated that the prices offered did
not come up to those offered at oth
er points In tho district for the
Kqulty tobacco. The buyers claim
that a portion of tbV Ohio county
crohMoes not grade up to the tobae-
co In other counties ami is not them walked In the night in a pour
worth so much. It Is generally nil- ing rain to Nelson, where they took
mltted, however, that the Ohio the train for Harlan. There they
county crop, as a whole. Is above started a soft drink stand, the iu
the average In other counties. The come from which was so great that
Kqulty officials In Ohio county say at the present time they were run
that the action taken Friday will B t,e largest hotel, restaurant
sene to hold up all of the Kqulty and grocery In tho town,
sales In the Green River district.), Adams wrote to an installment
t Is known that a. great quantity of furniture house for goods, giving
the Kqulty tobacco In Daviess conn- Central City as his former home,
ty has already been delivered In j The house wrote to Central City
Owensboro. business men for reference, ami
There Ins beu no Kqulty tobae-J Chief Lnnglev. ever on tho alert,
co delivered In McLean county and ' got wind of It and went for his
very little of tho Hancock county man. Kiih-rliiH Harlan In plain
Kqulty tobacco. . clothes, he stopped at a small
ALL OF iOV. UN. SOX'S
Trenton. N. J.. Feb. 14. Gov.
Wilson's seven anti-trust bills pass
ed tho Senate Thursday. All of the
bills received at least fourteen
those of tlio twelve Demo-
Tll ,hroo bills 'oi.pose.l were the
main bill u-l.lel. .ln.... .u
......... i,i,,i,0. )fi ,,
"'"Its acts calculated to create mo-
nono," "'"' makes a violation of the
Provisions of the hill a misdemean
or; tho bill to prohibit the forma
tion of holding companies and pro-
'""""'S existing corporations from
n,''Miirng additional stock of oilier,
corporations evcopt In certain stlpu-
,at0'1 l'inces. and tlio one prohlb-
""' 'ise.i companies troni ue-
quiring stock or other corporations.
No serious onnosltlnn to the lillu
Jlh the House Is anticipated and thev
n, M'wlwl 1'" ""' ''
III1IKS MUMK AKTKIt
A FIFTKKX YH.IIW WAIT
tied tins morning at Inglellehl, th
girl's home. Ilo Is forty and she Is
I thirty-nluo ears old.
,D 'kCONOMY thi
i reduce the high cost
mnln spring u
of living. Start at tho vital point
- YOUR lUNGK, See our ad. In
K. P. HARNKS & BRO.,
Beaver Dam, Ky.
L LIFE LEO
1 Central City Alan Track
ed and Arrested.
.- irmlinrn ni" nirr ni nillllin
S AbuUhr UP hArrH . W N 1
Was Considered One of City's
ftost Respected and
HAD FI.KD TO MOI'XTAIX TOWN 1
Central City. Ky.,Feb. I. ".. Chief,
of Police Langley returned to-day I
with Amos Adams, one time a clti-i
zen of Central City, who nine)
mouths ago blew open the safe ot
the Wallace Hardware Company, It,
is charged, and skipped for parts
unknown. Adams was one of the'
most respected citizens, being con-1
. sidored an honest man. lie had
I borrowed money from the hanks,
ran accounts, but met nil debts
The night on which the safe was
blown open was a rainy one. and
Adams was tracked by u pair of
gum boots which he wore. Chief
never suspecting that
Adams walked twenty miles in
the rain, hoarded a freight cur and
went into the mountains, llndiug
. work at Corbin. in the mines,
ter a month he returned for
hls wife nmi iw iiiiiin.n nn,i with
i hoarding house, making inquiry for
Adams. The latter was going un
der an assumed name, but the party
from whom Laugley was seeking
Information Immediately recognized
from the description given, the pro
prietor of the best hotel In the town.
Lnnglev slipped up to the hotel,
found Adams and wife In the res
taurant. The wife screamed and
fell fainting to the tloor. Adams,
upon the request of Langley, held
'"' l,ls llu,,l,H al"1 W,M" "M,,,,," ,0
J"". ",0 "'1'' w"' l"1" recovered.
aud the children following in the
rear and arousing the entire town
with their screams.
Adams asked permission fo Ke
en re his hat fioin the rear room,
which was promptly refused, Chief
Langley having been warned that
ho was :i dangerous man. .Marshal
Brltton placed the hat on his head
and told Langley that always in the
restnurant Adams had In full view
two loaded revolvers, Lauglo) left
w,th '" Prltlay. and as he
passed through town, Adams lower'
ed the blind of the coach so t tin t
Ills old acquaintances could not sot
hiin. Ho was placed In the Green
ville Jail aud will have his trial at
tho next term of court. He dculov
was about thirteen oars old. She
was tho daughter of John Adcoek,
of - thls city,- -- - ..........
; ' 'liv JHKXlCAx" hl'l.l.KT
Mexico City. Feb. l.V- Tho .note
of tragedy reached crescendo In tlio
Bvjnphtm) of battle to-day when M
K. Meredith, husband of u Kentucky
girl, formerly Miss Jett, of Cjntb
linn, v s shot down In the lobby ot
the Porter Hotel.
Meredith, nu agent of the Nation
al Cash Register Compaii), was on
his 1 ti.ieymoon and arrived In Mex
ico Clt only a day prior to the up
llriinK of Diaz.
Late tl Is afternoon he was cross
ing tho lobbj of the hostelrv when
a linll of bullets from machine guni
was llred through the window or
the hotel and Meredith fell, hi
head 1 lerced by n score of missiles.
Meiedllh fell nearly at the feet
of his lulde of a few weeks. From
which faction's guns the bulleU
cuine Is not known. The body wn
catrled to the loom o? the couple
nnd will he held until the restric
tions of battle are lifted from the
city and then sent North.
Ills bride Is prostrated.
OI.DK.sT MIIMItKi: OF OLD
iutk ci:i-:i:k chiisch dun
J. G. Atherton, the oldest native
of the Nik kols neighborhood, dletf
Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock,
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
He was bom on October 29,
1S20, about one and one half miles
from Nuckols and had lived in that
neighborhood practically all his life.
Death wns caused by Infirmities In
cident to old age. The deceased
was a disciple of the Baptist fait!
and was the oldest living member
of the Old Buck Creek Baptist
He is survived by eight cl ililren,
his wlte having died a number of
years ago. His children are: Mrs.
Sallle Vance and John (i. Jr , or
Nuckols, A. N. Atherton. of Liver
more, and .Mesdames. Nannie Young,
Mary Froweii. Abide Spaulding. Al
ice Young and Dock Bennett, or
- The funeral service was from
the Old Buck Cieok cemetery. LIv
11 o'clock Thursday morning,
preached by Rev. B. F. Jenkins, of
Owensboro. The Interment was in
the Old Buck Creek cemetery, Llv
ormore lodge No. lSfi, F. and A.
M of which the deceased was a
member, had charge of the funeral
FIFTY IMVORCK CASKS
PK.VDIXG IX DAVIKSS
Out of slty-three appearances,
or new suits, brought to the Feb
ruary term of the Daviess Circuit
Court, twenty-five are for divorce.
There are now pending on the dock
et for trial nearly fifty divorce
cases, and the average for each new
term of the court Is Increasing.
Abandonment, cruel and Inhuman
treatment and infidelity to the mar
riage vows are the chief causes al
leged In the numerous petitions for
There are fifty-seven new com-inou-law
actions Instituted tor trial
at the February term. Or these
twenty are for damages. Personal
injuries constitute the majority of
actions in this Hue of suits, and the
total amount of money being sued
for aggregates $7.1,000.
CKXTKAL CITY MAX
DIKS IX POOL ROOM
Central City. Ivy.. Feb. 11.-J. R.
Curr, a well known merchant of tho
town, foil dead jesterday morning
In the pool room of Curr &
Hughes, situated just north of the
I. C. railroad. There were quite a
number of men standing around In
the room, to whom Mr. Carr had
been talking, but had not complain
ed of feeling indisposed.
For ,a number of ears he hud
been engaged In the mercantile bus
iness, conducting it sucessfully,
though he had reached the ago of
OS yenis. Besides his widow lie
leaves two children, James, of this
city, and Mrs. Ben Seare, of the
count): two brothers, Sam and
Dink Carr, and two sisters, MIsh
Mollle Carr, of this city, and "Mrs.
White, of Mudlsoiivllle.
SOMKTIIING FOR NOTHING IS
WORTH WHILK-$X.0n worth of
ware for nothing Is worth your time
to, Investigate. See our nig ad. In
K. P. BARNKS .V; BRO..
Beaver Dam, Ky.
llere'i. n Busy .Mother.
Miivlluld. Ky.. 'Feb. Hi. Twin
hoys were horn to .Mrs. Jake Per
kins, of this clt. The sprightly.
ouugator are the fifth .et nr twiim
that h'e been born to Mrs, Per
kins, .Mrs. Perkins Is only ;t I yuurn
of age. has been married seventeen
years ami Is the mother of fifteen
children, all uf whom are lhlug.