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Full text of "Coal report of Illinois"

STATE OF ILLINOIS 

WILLIAM G. STRATTON, Governor 




COAL 

REPORT 



ILLINOIS 
1957 





ILLINOIS STATE LIBRARY 
SPRINGFIELD 



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Illinois. Dept 

Minerals. 

Coal report of Illinois 

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WILLIAM G. STRATTON 

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BEN H. SCHULL, Director 
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STATE OF ILLINOIS 

WILLIAM G. STRATTON, Qovernor 



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COAL REPORT OF ILLINOIS 

1953 



[and oil and gas report] 



DEPARTMENT Uh MINUS AND 
MINERALS 



BEN H. SCHULL, Director 
Marion 

MURRELL REAK, Assistant Director 
West Frankfort 

(Printed by authority of the State of Illinois.) 

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



State of Iillinois, 
Department of Mines and Minerals, 



Springfield, Illinois, May 1, 1958. 



To His Excellency, William G. Stratton, Governor 
State of Illinois, Springfield. 

Sir: I have the honor to submit herewith the Seventy-sixth An- 
nual Coal Report of the State of Illinois, Department of Mines and 
--, Minerals, for the year ending December 31, 1957. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ben H. Schull, Director. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Directors of the Department of Mines and Minerals 6 

Personnel Roster 7-8 

List of State Mine Inspectors and Counties Comprising Their Respective Districts. . .9-10 

I General 

Table 1 — Directory of Shipping Mines 12 

Table 1A — Directory of Local Mines 16 

Table 2— General Statement With Comparative Figures 1953-1957 20 

Mines Suspending Operations During 1957 21 

Mines Abandoned During 1957 21 

New Mines Opened During 1957 22 

Mines Reopened During 1957 23 

Name Changes During 1957 23 

II Production 

Table 3 — Average Man-Day Production — Shipping Mines 27 

Table 4— Output of Shipping Mines by Months 1952-1957 28 

Table 5 — Number of Shipping Mines Operated and Average Days Worked Each 

Month 1952-1957 28 

Table 6— Relative Rank of Counties Producing 500,000 Tons or More 1953-1957 . . 28 
Table 7 — Tons of Coal Produced, Average Days Worked, Number of Mines 

Operated, and Number of Employees in All Shipping Mines, With 

Percentages by Years from 1920 to 1957 Inclusive 29 

Table 8— Mines and Production 1956-1957 29 

Table 9— Output of Shipping Mines and Days Worked Each Month in 1957 30 

Table 10 — Disposition of Output, Explosives Used, and How Mined 38 

Table 11 — Railroads Handling Coal and Mines Served by Each 60 

Table 12 — Special Preparation Plants 64 

Table 13 — Physical and Mechanical Characteristics of Shipping Mines, Tons Mined, 

Total Tons Mined, and Year Mine Opened 66 

Table 14— Total Production of Coal in Tons by Counties, 1882-1957 72 

Table 15 — Summary of the Various Seams of Coal, Kind of Opening, Manner of 

Working and Tons Produced From Each Seam 72 

III Labor and Employment 

Table 16 — Non-Fatal Accidents by Occupation and Causes — Shipping Mines — Loss 

of 7 Days or More 74 

Table 17— Non-Fatal Accidents by Counties and Months, 1957 76 

Table 18 — Comparative Statistics of Fatal and Non-Fatal Accidents for the Period 

1928 to 1957 Inclusive 86 

Table 19 — Tons of Coal Mined, Number Employed, Number Killed and Injured, 
Tons Mined to One Man Killed and Injured, and Ratios Per 1,000 
Employed and Per 1,000,000 Tons Mined— 1882-1957, Including 

Injuries Involving Loss of 30 Days or More 87 

Table 20— Fatal Accidents by Occupation and Causes, 1957 90 

Table 21— Causes of Fatal Accidents by Years— 1882-1957 90 

Table 22— Comparative Statistics of Fatal Accidents for the Period 1948 to 1957 

Inclusive and tons mined to One Man Killed 92 



Page 

Table 23— Fatal Accidents 93 

Summary of Fatal Accidents 95 

Table 24— Working Time 103 

Table 25— Employees 103 

Safety Record, Coal Mines, Underground 104 

Safety Record, Coal Mines, Strip 104 

IV Mechanization 

Table 26— Machine Mining for The Period 1928 to 1957 Inclusive, All Mines 106 

Table 27 — Number of Mines Operated and Total Tons Mined; Strip Mines and 
Output; Number of Mines Using Machines, Number Used and Tonnage 
Undercut; Number of Mines Using Motors for Underground Haulage, 
Number of Motors Used and Tons Hauled; Also the Percentage of 

Each Class— Shipping Mines By Years 1907-1957 107 

Table 28— Method of Loading in Shipping Mines 108 

Table 29 — Mechanical Loading in Shipping Mines for Twenty-Seven Years, 1931- 

1957 109 

Table 30 — Method of Loading in Shipping Mines for Twenty-Seven Years, 1931- 

1957 109 

Report of Division Inspection 110 

Summary of Specific Work Report for State Mine Inspectors Ill 

Analytical Laboratory 112 

Report of Miners' Examining Board 114 

Summary of Activities of Mine Rescue Stations 120 

Limestone 121 

Sand and Gravel 122 

Shale and Clay 123 

Silica 124 

Summary — Limestone 125 

Summary — Sand and Gravel 125 

Summary — Shale and Clay 126 

Summary — Silica 126 

Report of Metal Mines Operation 127 

Report of Certificates of Competency Issued by Mining Board: 

State Mine Inspectors 129 

Mine Managers, First Class 129 

Mine Examiners 129 

Electric Hoisting Engineers 129 

Electrical Hoisting Engineer, Metal Mines 130 

Permit to Operate Second Motion Engine, Electrical 130 

Permit to Operate Second Motion Engine, Gasoline 130 

Permit to Operate Second Motion Engine, Steam 130 

Certificate of Compliance — Explosive 131 

Division of Oil and Gas 



DIRECTORS OF ILLINOIS — DEPARTMENT OF 
MINES AND MINERALS 



Name 


Years served 


Address 


Remarks 




1898-1912 






John, Evan D 

Thompson, Joseph C. 
Medill Robert M 


1917-1919 


Spaulding 

Johnston City.. 

Roanoke 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Litchfield 

DuQuoin 

Roanoke 

Urbana 

Danville 

Dowell 

Taylorville .... 

Urbana 

West Frankfort 
Marion 




1919-1920... 




1920-1924... 






1924-1926 






1926-1930 






1930-1934 




McSherry, James 

Medill Robert M 


1934-1941 




1941-1947 




Walker, Harold L. . . 

Moses, Thomas 

Cruse, Robert R. . . . 

Starks, James W 

Walker, Harold L. . . 

Eadie, Walter 

Schull, B. H 


April 2 to October 1, 1947 




October 1, 1947 to February 20, 1948 
March 1, 1948 to January 16, 1949. . 
January 17, 1949 to February 3, 1949 

February 8 to April 18, 1949 

April 19, 1949 to January 15, 1953. 
January 15, 1953 


Died in office. 
Died in office. 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERALS 

Ben H. Schull, Director 
Phone: 6611, Station 6791 
Springfield, Illinois 

Murrell Reak, Assistant Director 
Phone: 6611, Station 6792 
Springfield, Illinois 



MINING BOARD 

Ben H. Schull, Executive Officer, Springfield, Illinois. 
Oliver E. Bishop, Secretary, 121 Maple Street, Zeigler, Illinois. 
Walter Gill, Member, 402 East Adams Street, Bradley Building, 

Springfield, Illinois. 
John W. Abrell, Sr., Member, P. O. Box 187, Farmersville, Illinois. 
Roy V. France, Member, 407 South Hibbard Street, Staunton, Illinois. 



MINE RESCUE STATIONS 

Superintendents and Station Addresses 

Belleville — Emlyn Thomas, 328 A West Main Street 

Benton No. 1— Louis Myrick, 503 East Main Street 

Benton No. 2— Arch Ivy, 1321 North Park Avenue, Herrin. 
Divernon — William J. Williams, P. O. Box 86. 

DuQuoin — James J. Janini, 32 North Division Street. 

Eldorado — Bennie Gibbs, 1411 Locust Street. 

Springfield — James Litchfield, 609 Princeton Avenue. 

MINERS' EXAMINING BOARD 

Joseph Boetta, President, 800 North Adams Street, Gillespie, Illinois. 

John V. Oldani, Secretary, 717 North Fourteenth Street, Herrin, Illi- 
nois. 

Claud Brown, Member, 2814 Trolley Road, Eldorado, Illinois. 

Arthur H. Doerr, Member, 1202 Burgess Street, Johnston City, Illi- 
nois. 



INSPECTORS-AT-LARGE 

George G. Guiney, Sesser, Illinois. 

Albert Morris, 807 West Elm Street, Taylorville, Illinois. 

METAL MINES INSPECTOR 

Cecil Cullum, Elizabethtown, Illinois. 

GENERAL OFFICE 

Administrative Secretary: Edna Roach, 414 East Canedy, Spring- 
field, Illinois. 

Chief Clerk: Joseph C. Tabor, 2404 South Pasfield Street, Spring- 
field, Illinois. 

Account Clerk: Mildred Glenwright, 1800 Dial Court, Spring- 
field, Illinois. 

Mining Statistician: Lynn Brewer, Virden, Illinois. 

Clerk-Steno I: Evelyn Cummings, 3607 Lancaster Road, Spring- 
field, Illinois. 

Clerk-Steno I: Lucille Crouch, 1117 South Livingstone, Spring- 
field, Illinois. 

Explosive Inspector: Thomas Edwards, 3030 South 12th Street, 
Springfield, Illinois. 



LIST OF STATE MINE INSPECTORS AND COUNTIES 
COMPRISING THEIR RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS 

First District — Charles Van Schaick, Inspector, 216 West Devlin 
Street, Spring Valley, Illinois. Grundy, LaSalle, Livingston, Will, 
Kankakee, Marshall and Bureau Counties. 

Second District — Arthur Riedlinger, Inspector, 117 Amsler Street, 
Bartonville, Illinois. Peoria County. 

Third District — Homer E. Roman, Inspector, 721 Auburn Drive, 
Macomb, Illinois. Henry, Knox, Hancock, Schuyler and Mercer 
Counties. 

Fourth District — James I. Jayne, Inspector, Box 195, Cuba, Illinois. 
Fulton and Knox Counties. 

Fifth District — Charles Blakeney, Inspector, R. R. No. 4, Danville, 
Illinois. Vermilion and Douglas Counties. 

Sixth District — Harley Owens, Inspector, 1117 South Livingstone 
Street, Springfield, Illinois. Sangamon, Logan, Menard, Montgomery 
and Greene Counties. 

Seventh District — John Kotzman, Inspector, 723 West Elm Street, 
Taylorville, Illinois. Christian County. 

Eighth District — James G. Guiney, Inspector, 1112 Broadway, Lincoln, 
Illinois. 

Tenth District — Frank Stank, Inspector, Taylor Springs, Illinois. Ma- 
coupin and Madison Counties. 

Eleventh District— William Mitchell, Inspector, 101 March Drive, 
Collinsville, Illinois. Madison and St. Clair Counties. 

Twelfth District — Harold V. Richmond, Inspector, 33 West Crown 
View Drive, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Clinton, Marion, Washington 
and Jefferson Counties. 

Thirteenth District— Theodore A. Plumlee, Inspector, 901 East Oak 
Street, West Frankfort, Illinois. Perry and Franklin Counties. 

Fourteenth District— Ray McCluskey, Inspector, 602 E. Grand Ave- 
nue, Carterville, Illinois. Jackson and Williamson Counties. 

Fifteenth District— Charles L. Morrow, Inspector, Tamaroa, Illinois. 
Jackson, Perry, Randolph, St. Clair and Washington Counties. 



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Seventeenth District — James Sneddon, Inspector, 210 Sylvia Avenue, 
Christopher, Illinois. Franklin County. 

Eighteenth District — John Romine, Inspector, 606 South Monroe, 
West Frankfort, Illinois. Franklin and Williamson Counties. 

Nineteenth District — Roscoe Moore, Inspector, 301 East Washing- 
ton, Benton, Illinois. Williamson County. 

Twentieth District — William O. Johnston, Inspector, 205 South 
Victor Street, Christopher, Illinois. Williamson and Franklin Coun- 
ties. 

Twenty-first District — Mike Sciranko, Inspector, 204 West Washing- 
ton, Benton, Illinois. Williamson and Saline Counties. 

Twenty-second District — Joseph S. Poole, Inspector, 612 South Main 
Street, Harrisburg, Illinois. Gallatin, Saline and Williamson Counties. 



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12 



I General — Table 1 — Directory 



Name of company 



Alpha Coal Co 

Belle Rive Mining Co 

Bell & Zoller Coal Co. "Buckhorn" 

Bell & Zoller Coal Co. #3 

Big Three Coal Co. #2 

Big Three Coal Co. #3 

Big 5 Coal Co. #1 

Big Ten Coal Co. "Bryant" 

Black Crystal Coal Co 

Blue Bird Coal Co. #8 

Bois Coal Co. "Kuhn" _. 

Bruketta & Sons Coal Co 

Bugos-White Coal Co 

C. & C. Coal Co. #1 

C. & M. Coal Co. "Como" 

Carmac Coal Co 

Carmac Coal Co. "Delta" 

Chamness Const. Co. #1 

Cherry Hill Coal Co. #1 

Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin Coal Co. #2 

Elk Coal Co. #1 

Fairview Collieries Corp. "Flamingo" 

Fairview Collieries Corp. "Harmattan" 

Farley Bros. "Black Dot" #1 

Farley Bros. "Black Dot" #2 

Forsyth Carterville Coal Co 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp. "Crown" 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp. #3 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp. #4 

Harrisburg Coal Co 

Houston Coal Co 

Liberty Coal Co #1 

Little Dog Coal Co 

Little Sister Coal Corp 

The Livingston-Mt. Olive Coal Co. #1. 

Lumaghi Coal Co. #4 

Marion County Coal Mining Corp 

McHorn Coal Co. #1 

Mid-Continent Coal Corp 

Midland Collieries, Inc. #5 

Midland Electric Coal Corp. #1 

Midland Electric Coal Corp. #2 

Midland Electric Coal Corp. #3 

Moffat Coal Co. "Murdock" 

Mt. Olive & Staunton Coal Co. #2 

New Crab Orchard Coal Co 

New Oak Hill Coal Co. #3 

Old Ben Coal Corp. #9 

Old Ben Coal Corp. #14 

Old Ben Coal Corp. #22 

P. & R. Coal Co. #1... 

Peabody Coal Co. #10 

Peabody Coal Co. #17 

Peabody Coal Co. #43 

Peabody Coal Co. "Energy" 

Peabody Coal Co. "Key #1 & 2" 

Peabody Coal Co. "Northern" 

Peabody Coal Co. "River King" 

Peabody Coal Co. "St. Ellen" 

Peabody Coal Co. "Seminole" 

Pschirrer Coal Co. #3 

Ritter Coal Co. #3... 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc. #5 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc. #6 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc. #7 



Henry. 



Alpha 



Jefferson Belle Rive. 

Williamson Johnston City. 

Williamson I Zeigler 

Williamson.. iCambria... 

Williamson JCambria . . . 

Perry Pinckneyvi 

Ful ton Lewisto wn . 



Williamson... 
Williamson... 
Washington.. 

Fulton 

Henry 

Williamson... 

Jackson 

Williamson... 
Williamson... 
Williamson... 
Williamson... 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Fulton 

Vermillion 

Williamson... 

Jackson 

Williamson... 
Montgomery. 

Jefferson 

Williamson... 
Williamson. _. 

Saline 

Williamson... 

Macoupin 

Fulton 

Madison 

Madison 

Marion 

Williamson... 

St. Clair 

Knox 



Knox. 

Knox. 



Douglas 

Madison 

Williamson. 

Saline 

Franklin... 



Franklin... 

Franklin... 

Williamson. 
Christian... 
Christian... 

Saline 

Williamson. 

Fulton 

Kankakee. . 
St. Clair... 
St. Clair... 
St. Clair ... 

Fulton 

Randolph.. 

Saline 

Saline 

Saline 



Marion 

Harrisburg 

DuBois 

Farmington 

Alpha 

Marion 

Vergennes 

Stonefort 

Marion 

Carterville 

Marion 

West Frankfort. 

Elkville 

Fairview 

Danville. 

Carterville 

DeSoto 

Carterville 

Farmersville 

Waltonville 

Marion 

Marion 

Carrier Mills 

Marion 

Gillespie 

St. David 

Livingston 

Collinsville 

Centralia 

Herrin 

Marissa 

Victoria 



Atkinson. 



Farmington. 
Farmington. 



Murdock 

Staunton 

Carterville 

Carrier Mills 

West Frankfort. 



Buckner. 
Valier 



Marion 

Pawnee 

Pana 

Harrisburg.. 

Herrin 

Astoria 

Wilmington. 

Freeburg 

O'Fallon 

Lenzburg 

Canton 

Sparta 

Harrisburg. . 
Harrisburg.. 
Harrisburg.. 



OF SHIPPING MINES — 19; 



13 



General 
superintendent 



Superintendent 
of mine 



Local 
mine manager 



Address of main office 
of company 



John Bugos. 



Ward Padgett.. 
C. W. Padgett. 
K. V. Storme.. 
K. V. Storme. . 



Ed Powell 

Edmund Grezlak. 



Charles Thomas . 



Guy Hargett 

H. G. Hess 

Theo M. Heck,. 
Frank Bruketta. 

R. T. White 

G. R. Corder.... 



Otis Bearce 

Frank Hilliard. 
L. H.Todd.... 
John Waligorski 
Nick Bruketta.. 
John Bugos 



Floyd Pugh.... 

C. W. Gillespie. 
Drelus Pierce.. 
Ben Littlehale.. 
Elvis Waldron.. 
Elvis Waldron.. 
Edward Joplin. 



W. A. Endicott. 
W. A. Endicott. 
Bert Chamness. 
S. D. Chase 



Wm. Cochran 

Rufus Tucker 

Maurice Williams . 
John C. McKown. 



Fred J. Jones... 
W. A. Endicott. 
W. A. Endicott. 



John R. Foster 



W. Hollie Hopper. 
Geo. Wilson 



W. R. Forsyth. 



Arlie King. 



Clarence V. Beck, Ji 
Byron Somers 



R. J. Newhouse 

John Abrell 

H. L. Schulz 

Van E. Austin. 

LaVern King 

Robert L. Houston... 

Carl Wenzel 

Clarence V. Beck, Jr. 
J. O. Guyton 



Frank Hilliard.... 

Emil Choisser 

Theo M. Heck 

Geo. Bruketta 

John Whimpey 

Iley McDowell 

Wm. Cochran 

Rufus Tucker 

Maurice Williams.. 
John C. McKown. 

Oral Ozment 

Arlie N. Cook 

Fred. J. Jones 

W. Hollie Hopper. 

Geo. Wilson 

Ed Farley 

Ed Farley 



Bernard Burke 

R. M. Griffiths 

Guy Hargett 

J. W. Norman 

Charles H. Houstor 



Elmer O'Neal. 



L. L. Ruff... 
Robert Gore- 



John Monschien... 
Joseph Micheletto. 



A. S. Macke 



R. K. Ronk. 
R. K. Ronk. 
R. K. Ronk. 



C. W. Padgett 

J. S. Forman 

Delores Guy 

Roger Knickerbocker 

Howard Lewis 



A. S. Macke 

Chas. H. German.. 

H. R. Hays 

W. W. Youngblood. 

M. R. Heckard 



Percy McSpadden. 
M. O. Barber 



H. R. Hays. 



Geo. Timmerrnan... 



Howard Lewis .. 
Howard Lewis.. 
K. Rodenbush.. 

Joe Craggs 

Joe Craggs 

Joe Craggs 

W. V. Hart man. 
W. V. Hartman. 
Don Johnston.. 

W. H. Price 

Joseph Craggs. . 



Roger Knickerbocker. 

Geo. Stachura < 

Wm. H.Bailey ( 



Frank Padc 



Denvir L. Gilmarti 

Tony Shimkus 

Glen Dodd 

O. D.English 

C. W. Imlay 

Sanders Payne 



Elmos Williams 

Stephan Pirok 

Roy Guy 

Cecil McNew 

John Sharkness (Day) 
H. C. Herrin (Nite)... 
Isham Jones (Day)... 

Wm. Scott (Nite) 

Thurman Gulley(Day) 
RobertLittlefair(Nite) 

Raymond Prewitt 

Coil Whitlow 

Wm. Hatfield 

Henry Parks 

Nova C. Cooper 

C. W. Imlay 



1012 First National Bldg., Davenport, 

Iowa 

Box 97, Belle Rive, 111 

307 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111 

307 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111 

Cambria, 111 

Cambria, 111 

R. R. #3 Pinckneyville, 111 

2850 No. Meridian St., Indianapolis 8, 

Ind 

807 No. Washington St., Marion, 111 

P. O. Box 423, Harrisburg, 111 

DuBois, 111 

R. R. #2, Farmington, 111 

Alpha, 111 

R. R. #2, Marion, 111 

Vergennes, 111 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Indianapolis, Ind 

405 W. Grand, Carterville, 111 

Rt. 2, Marion, 111 

300 West Washington St. Chicago 6, 111 

Elkville, 111 

Indianapolis, Ind 

105 So. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

R. R. #2, Carterville, 111 

R. R. #2, Carterville, 111 

20 South Central, Clayton 5, Mo 

300 West Washington St., Chicago 6, III. 
300 West Washington St., Chicago 6, 111. 
300 West Washington St., Chicago 6, 111. 

1001 N. Logan St., Marion, 111 

1217 Midway Court, Marion, 111 

Shawneetown, 111 

122 N. 7th St., St. Louis 1, Mo 

111 No. Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111 

Livingston, 111 

111 No. 4th St., St. Louis 2, Mo 

Box 421, Centralia, III 

P. O. Box 275, Herrin, 111 

Box 128, Marissa, 111 

1300 Fletcher Trust Bldg., Indianapolis 

4, Ind ...... 

1300 Fletcher Trust Bldg., Indianapolis 

4, Ind 

1300 Fletcher Trust Bldg., Indianapolis 

4, Ind 

1300 Fletcher Trust Bldg., Indianapolis 

4, Ind 

307 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111... 
1776 Arcade Bldg., St. Louis 1, Mo 

308 East Illinois, Carterville, 111 

Box 204, Carrier Mills, 111 



A. R. Pschirrer 

Leo J. Ritter 

Paul Halbersleben 
Paul Halbersleben.... 
Paul Halbersleben-..! 



Joseph Johnson. 
Fred Chilton.... 
Frank Pschirrer. 



JnsiM'h Cruse... 
Fred Chilton... 
John Pschirrer. 



J. A. Bottomley. 



Charles Boyd.. 
Douglas Ewell. 
Tom Goldman. 



>360 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 6, ni... 
J360 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 6, 111... 
J360 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 6, 111... 

214 Church St., Benton, 111 

114 W. 11th St., Kansas City 5, Mo 

114 W. 11th St.. Kansas City 5, Mo 

114 W. 11th St., Kansas City 5, Mo 

3615 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo 

114 W. 11th St., Kansas City 5, Mo 

3615 Olive St., Suite 510, St. Louis 8, Mo. 

114 West 11th St., Kansas City, Mo 

220 No. 4th St., St. Louis, Mo 

114 W. 11th St., Kansas City, Mo 

R. R. #4, Canton, 111 

Box 247, Sparta, 111 

59 East Van Buren St., Chicago 5, 111... 
59 East Van Buren St., Chicago 5, 111... 
59 East Van Buren St., Chicago 5, III 



14 



I GENERAL- 



Name of company 



Sahara Coal Co., Inc. #16 

Sand Hill Coal Co. #1 

Saxton Coal Corp. "Walnut Grove #2 

Shuler Coal Co 

Southwestern 111. Coal Corp 

Stilley Coal Co. #1 

Stilley Coal Co. #2__ 

Stonefort Corporation "Little John". 
Stonefort Corporation "Will Scarlet". 

Sugar Creek Coal Co 

Union Colliery Co 

The United Electric Coal Cos. #9 

The United Electric Coal Cos. #11. .. 
The United Electric Coal Cos. #17.... 
The United Electric Coal Cos. #25.... 

Truax-Traer Coal Co. #2 

Truax-Traer Coal Co. "Drift" 

Truax-Traer Coal Co. "Strip" 

Truax-Traer Coal Co. "Red Ember". 
Truax-Traer Coal Co. "Pyramid"... 

V Day Coal Co 

Virden Mining Corporation 

Wenzel Construction Co. #2 

White Bros. Coal Co. #1 

Wilkins Coal Co. "Peacock" 

Wilmington Coal Mining Corp 

Wyvan K. Coal Co. #1 

Zeigler Coal & Coke Co. "Bradbury" 



Saline 

Jackson... 

Saline 

Henry 

Randolph- 



Williamson. 
Williamson. 
Knox 

Williamson. 
Williamson. 

Perry 

Fulton 

Perry 

Fulton 

Vermilion. _ 

Perry 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Fulton 

Perry 

Vermilion.. 
Macoupin.. 
Williamson. 

Perry 

Williamson. 

Will 

Williamson. 
Randolph.. 



Harrisburg. 
Cambria... 
Harrisburg. 

Alpha 

Percy 



. Marion 

. Marion 

. Victoria _ 

. Stonefort 

. Marion 

.DuQuoin. 

. Cuba... 

.DuQuoin 

.Canton 

J Danville 

. Pinckneyville. 

. Elkville 

. Elkville 

. Fiatt 

. Pinckneyville. 

-| Danville 

. Virden 

. Slmwneetown. 
.'Pinckneyville. 

. Marion 

-iBraidwood 

-iCarterville 

. I Sparta 



TABLE 1— Concluded 



15 



General 
superintendent 



Superintendent 
of mine 



Local 
mine manager 



Address of main office 
of company 



No. 



Paul Halbersleben. 
AaaEUkl""""^ 
W:E." Muffins"""" 



LeonB. Stilley.. 
Leon B. Stilley.. 
S. F. Sherwood.. 
Ray Baughman. 
Loyce Watson 



R. E. Henderson. 
R. E. Henderson. 
R. E. Henderson. 
Byron Somers... 
R. E. Henderson. 



C. R. McElvain.... 

WilfordGuy 

H. W. Bradbury... 



Dewey Marks 

Harry Brayfield 

John Wible 

John W. Whimpey. 
T. C. Mullins 



LeonB. Stilley.... 
Leon B. Stilley... . 
L. H. Sherwood. __ 

W. W. Dukes 

Loyce Watson 

Harry Williamson. 

C.E.Bell 

E. E. Laurell 

L. C. Clayberg.... 



C. D. Heatherly 

James A. Martin 

James J. Harper 

Byron Somers 

Len Hartwell 

Arthur Zamberletti. 



Carl Wenzel... 
Claude White. 
Gene Wilkins.. 

M. Dearth 

Roy Guy 

E. E.Green... 



Malcom Tierney. 



John W. Whimpey. 
R. L. Hays 



Win. Branson 

Wm. Branson 

L. H. Sherwood 

R. Wayne Edwards. 

Loyce Watson 

G. J. Higgins, Sr... 



L. W. Barco 

H. L. Singer 

Guy C. Estes 

Joseph E. Craig 

Gene Long 

Charles Margenthaler 

J. W. Jones 

John P. Connolly 



.IGordon Skinner.. 

. W. H. Brown 

.Roy Guy 

.Clifford Thomas. 



59 East Van Buren St., Chicago 5, 111... 
Cambria, 111 

Box 55, Petersburg, Ind.._ 

1012 First Nat'l. Bldg., Davenport, Iowa 
1514 Merchants Bank Bldg., Indianap- 
olis, Ind 

P. O. Box 192, Marion, 111 

P. O. Box 192, Marion, 111 

2829 No. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind 
2829 No. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind 

P. O. Box 528, Marion, 111. 

315 No. 12th Blvd., St. Louis, Mo 

307 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111... 
307 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111... 

307 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111 

307 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111... 

Ill No. Wabash Ave., Chicago 2, 111 

Ill No. Wabash Ave., Chicago 2, 111 

Ill No. Wabash Ave., Chicago 2, 111 

111 No. Wabash Ave., Chicago 2, 111 

Ill No. Wabash Ave., Chicago 2, 111 

Danville, 111 

Dye & Fortune St., Virden, 111 

P. O. Box 8, Marion, 111 

Creal Springs, 111 

106 E. Blvd., Marion, 111 

Morris, 111 

Carterville, 111.. 

231 So. LaSalle St., Chicago 4, HI 



16 



I General — Table 1A — Directory 



Name of operator 



County 



Adams Coal Co., #1 

Albrecht Coal Co., #3 

B-10 Coal Co 

B. & W. Coal Co 

Baiett & Talbot Coal Co 

Barbara Kay Coal Co 

Barbie Dee Mines, Inc 

Belle Valley Coal Co 

Big Bear Coal Co 

Birch Creek Coal Co 

Blue Blaze Coal Co 

Blu-Blaz-Bloc Coal Co 

Blue Bell Coal Co., #1 

Blue Lake Coal Co 

Ed Blumenstock Coal Co 

Breese Coal Co., Inc 

Cantrall Coal Co 

Charter Oak Coal Co 

Citizens Coal Co 

Coal Creek Coal Co., #1 

Collins Bros. Coal Co., #1 

Comet Coal Co., "Pekin #1" 

D. & D. Coal Co., #1 

Deep Valley Coal Co 

DuQuoin Coal Co 

East Side Coal Co., Inc 

Easley L. E. Const. Co., "Chief" 

Easlev Coal Co., "E Z #1" 

Easley Coal Co., "E Z #2" 

Eddington Coal Co 

Eddington Coal Co., #2 

Eddy Coal Co 

Egyptian Mining Co 

Cook's Gem Mine, Inc 

Glen Carbon Mines #1 

Glore& Fritz Coal Co 

Grafton Coal Co., #1 

Green Coal Co 

Hopkins Coal Mine #2 

Illinois Valley Minerals #1 

Indian Creek Coal Co 

J. & J. Coal Co., Inc. #2 

Johns Coal Co 

Jones Coal Co., #1 

Juzaitis Coal Co 

Kollar Coal Co 

Laclede-Christy Company, Div. 



Laynes Coal Co., #4 

Laynes Coal Co., §2 

Liberty Coal Co., #2 

Liberty Coal Co., #3 

O. W. Lightbody Coal Co 

Lincoln Coal Co., #1 

Lingenfelter Coal Co., #1 

Lingenfelter Coal Co., #4 

Lingenfelter Coal Co., #5 

Lloyd Mine 

Lee Coal Mining Co 

Lump Coal Co., #2 

M. & L.Coal Co 

Maccanelli Coal Co 

Marshall Coal Co., #1 

Arthur Mart Clay & Coal Co. 
Morgan Coal Co 



Saline 

Peoria 

Vermilion . 
Gallatin... 
Livingston 
Williamson 

Saline 

St. Clair. . 

Peoria 

Greene 

Williamson 
Gallatin 
Williamson 
Vermilion 

Jackson |Vergennes 

Clinton [Breese 

Sangamon ; Springfield 



Elizabethtown.. 

Mapleton 

Catlin 

Junction 

Streator 

Marion 

Harrisburg 

Belleville 

Peoria 

Roodhouse 

Carterville 

Sparks Hill 

Marion 

Catlin. 



Peoria. 

Clinton 

Fulton 

Peoria 

Gallatin... 
Schuyler.. 
Vermilion. 

Perry 

St. Clair.. 
Jackson 



Peoria. 
Breese. 
Ellisville.... 
Pottstown... 

Junction 

Rushville... 

Danville 

DuQuoin 

Freeburg 

Carbondale. 



Morgan Coal Co. 



Moore & Son Coal Co — 

New Black Diamond Coal Co., #8... 

New Gallatin Coal Co 

New Walnut Valley Coal Co., #2.... 

Parton Coal Co., #2 

Peabody Coal Co., "Midwest Mine 
Pekin Coal Co 



Williamson 


Marion 






Mercer.. 


Littleton 






Henry 


Coal Valley 


Fulton 

Fulton 

Schuyler 


Ellisville 

Ipava 

Camden 


LaSalle 








Peoria 


Canton 


Fulton 


Astoria 


LaSalle 




LaSalle 










































Tallula 






























St. Clair 




Williamson 

Williamson 


Marion 

Marion 














Gallatin 


Junction 



OF LOCAL MINES — 1957 



17 



General 
superintendent 



Superintendent 
of mine 



Local 
mine manager 



Post office address of operator 



Howard Albrecht... 
Lawrence Boutwell. 



Jerry Paddock. 



L. H. Brantley. 
K. Wall 



L. H. Brantley. 
K. Wall 



J. Wes Gentry 

Frank Kamm, Sr. 



Claud Gentry. 



James L. Bryant. 
Chas. Willis 



Ed Blumenstock.. 

Joe Winter 

James L. Bryant.. 

Chas. Willis 

Albert J. Nieman. 



Kenneth Rodenbush 



Chas. Jones 

Clifford McCombs. 



William Davison. 
Leo Lunk 



L. E. Easley . 
L. E. Easley . 
L. E. Easley. 



L. H. Brantley . 



L. H. Brantley. 



Chas. A. Burkett. 
FredGlore 



Chas. A. Burkett. 
Fred Glore 



John Dubach. 



John Dubach. 
Joe Needles 



Glenn H. Lufry. 



Arnold Layne 

Arnold Layne 

Kenneth Rodenbush. 
Kenneth Rodenbush. 

O. W. Lightbody 

A. R. Pschirrer 

L. L. Lingenfelter 

L. L. Lingenfelter 

L. L. Lingenfelter 



Robert Jones 

Anthony Juzaitis. 
Andrew Kollar 



Arnold Layne 

Kenneth Rodenbush. 
Kenneth Rodenbush. 

O. W. Lightbody 

Joe Pschirrer 



Wm. Ackerson. 



Willard Whitehurst. 
H. R. Smith 



R. W. Marshall. 
Arthur Mart... 



Chas. Thomas . 
Chas. Moore... 



John Bennett 

Simon Maccanelli 
R. W. Marshall.. _ 

Arthur Mart 

H. W. Jeffers 



Harold Thomas. 
Chas. Moore 



W. V. Hartman. Fred R. Schroder. 

Roger Knickerbocker.Claude McNew 



Jerry Paddock 

Howard Albrecht. 
Anthony Rimshas. 

Joe Merritt 

Theodore Baiett... 

Thomas Horn 

Robert Barnett 

K. Wall 

John Bianco 

Earl Bacon 

C. J. Gentry 

Bernard Miles 

Harvey Clark 

Chas. Haas 

Ed Blumenstock. . 

George Gouy 

Ira F. White 

Chas. Willis 

Henry A. Jansen.. 

Fred Glore 

Wesley A. Collins. 

Chas. Jones 

Mike Del Mastro.. 
Granville Harris. . 
William Davison.. 



L. E. Easley 

L. E. Easley 

L. E. Easley 

Wm. J. Eddington. 
Wm. J. Eddington. 

John Burke 

Cecil Church 

Samuel Burns 

Bert Povis. 

Fred Glore 

Grafton & Law 

Archie Green 

Harold Hopkins 

John Dubach 

Arthur Prell 

L. G. Walters 

J. T. John 



Anthony Juzaitis.. 

Andrew Kollar 

Wm. H. O'Connor. 



Robert Hopson 

Robert Hopson 

O. W. Lightbody.. 

Carl Potts 

L. L. Lingenfelter. 



L. L. Lingenfelter. 
Chas. Whitehurst. 
John Formera 



John Bennett. . 
Pete Maccanelli. 
R. W. Marshall. 
Arthur Mart 



Hugh Alexander.. 

David Upchurch.. 
Everett Howerton. 

Frank Berkel 

Hugh Pulley 

Herman Parton... 



Claude McNew. 



Elizabethtown, 111 

Mapleton, 111 

Catlin, 111 

Junction, 111 

301 W. Stanton St., Streator, 111 

P. O. Box 69, Marion, 111 

100* No. Vine, Harrisburg, 111 

R. R. #1, Belleville, 111 

3110 W. Humboldt St., Peoria, 111 

R. R. #3 Roodhouse, 111 

Box B, Carterville, 111 

Sparks Hill, 111 

R. R. #3 Marion, 111 

Catlin, 111.. 

Vergennes, 111 

North Breese, 111 

P. O. Box 132, Springfield, 111 

R. #2, Peoria, 111 

P. O. Box 126, Breese, 111 

R. R. #1, Ellisville, 111 

Hanna City, 111 

Junction, 111 

R. R. #4, Rushville, 111 

1107 No. Logan, Danville, 111 

122 West Franklin, DuQuoin, 111 _. 

112 North Cherry, Freeburg, 111 

Marion, 111 

Marion, 111 

Marion, 111 

Littleton, 111 

Littleton, 111 

Cantrall, 111.. 

100| No. Vine St., Harrisburg, 111 

Orion, 111 

Box 485, Collinsville, 111 

Ellisville, 111 

R. R. #3, Ipava, 111 

Camden, 111 

Browni ng , 111 

P. O. Box 303, Ottawa, 111 

Petersburg, 111 

Box 83, Canton, 111 

Box 239, Carbondale, 111 

Astoria, 111 

R. R. #4, Danville, 111 

R. R. #4, Streator, 111 

2500 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Pittsburgh 

22, Pa 

Box 73, Bartonville, 111 

R. R. #1, W. Hickory St., Canton, 111... 

Equality, 111 

Equality, 111 

Glasford, 111 

Route 4, Lincoln, 111 

R. R. #2, Canton, 111 

R. R. #3, Canton, 111 

R. R. #3, Canton, 111 

R. R. #1, Tallula, 111 

R. R. #2, Peoria, 111 

Cuba, 111 

P. O. Box 67, Equality, 111 

498 So. Main, Farmington, 111 

502 So. Vicksburg, Marion, 111 

Box 149, Streator, 111 

2850 No. Meridian St., Indianapolis 8, 

Ind 

2850 No. Meridian St., Indianapolis 8, 

Ind 

904 E. Blvd., Marion, 111 

Marion ,111 

Equality, 111 

Marion, 111 

R. #2, Creal Springs, 111 

3615 Olive St., St. Louis. Mo 

Box 204, Carrier Mills, 111 



18 



No. Name of operator 


County 


Post office 


73 


Pine Bluff Coal Co__ 

Pioneer Collieries 

Porter & Shadowen Coal Co., #1 






74 






7fi 












77 


Richardson Coal Corp., #2 












7fl 


Richardson Coal Corp., #4 






so 














Rfl 


















Shiloh Valley Coal Co 












Sparta 












St. Clair 


Belleville 


ss 










T. & S. Coal Co., #1 --- 




Mapleton 


Ml 




















Augusta 


m 








Vinyard Coal Co., #1 










Gallatin ... 










Equality 












Washington 

Gallatin.. 
















101 






Sparta 

Harrisburg 




Williams Coal Co., #3 . 




101 






104 


Williams Coal Co., #5.. - 














lOfi 
















108 

















TABLE lA—Concluded 



19 



General 
superintendent 



Superintendent 
of mine 



Local 
mine manager 



Post office address of operator 



Richard Fouts 

C. G. Boatwright. 
Chas. Porter, Jr... 
Walter Richard- . . 
John Richardson- 
John Richardson.. 
John Richardson.. 
Ross Robinson 



Richard Fouts 

C. G. Boatwright. 
Chas. Porter, Jr.. 
Walter Richard... 



Ernest Seymour. 



Emil Sporleder. 
Roy Mackey 



Frank Tregoning... 
David E. Rowland. 



Earl Vinyard. - 
Earl Vinyard.. 
Robt. Hopson. 
Norman Fetters 



Carl Wenzel 

H. W. Wilcox 

H. B. Whittington. 



Beecher Williams. 
Beecher Williams. 

Fred Beebe 

Wayne Yearack... 
Wayne Yearack... 
Joe Zaborac 



Howard Scott. 



Richard Fouts 

C. G. Boatwright.. 
Chas. Porter, Jr... 
Walter Richard.... 
John Richardson.. 

Joe Whitler 

H. B. Gowan 

Ross Robinson 

Jack Romine 

Howard Scott 



H. B. Whittington 
Chester Lockard.. 
Emil Sporleder... 



Wesley Davis 

R. M. Richardson. 



Emil Sporleder. 



Frank Tregoning 

Walter M. Rowland- 



Earl Vinyard 

Earl Vinyard 

Robt. Hopson... 
Norman Fetters. 



Carl Wenzel . 



Jerry Paddock 

Beecher Williams. 
Beecher Williams. 



L. G. Walters 

Howard Scott. 

Frank Tregoning 

Walter M. Rowland. 
Geo. H. Dinsmore.. 

Norman Fetters 

Robt. Hopson 

Robt. Hopson 

Norman Fetters 

Driscoll O. Scanlan. 

Frank Lewis 

John E. Verna 

R. W. Richardson.. 

Jerry Paddock 

Wayne Milligan 

Wayne Milligan 

Ivan Thompson 

Ed Vaughn 

Wayne Yearack 

Joe Zaborac 



R. R. #2, Lewistown, 111 

Laura, 111 

1101 No. Johnson, Marion, 111 

R. R. #2, Box 131, Lewistown, 111 

Shawneetown, 111 

Shawneetown, 111 

Shawneetown, 111 

R. R. #2, Vermont, 111 

R. It. #3, Canton, 111 .... 

Glasford, 111 

Oak wood, 111 

Belleville, 111 

304 W. Broadway, Sparta, 111 

R. R. #3, Lewistown, 111 

33-10 Old Collinsville Rd., Belleville, 111 

Streator, 111 

R. R. #1, Mapleton, 111 

It. R. #1, Mapleton, 111 

R. R. #2, Carterville, 111 

R. F. D. #1, Cuba, 111. 

1901 N. Gilbert St., Danville, 111 

Box 186, Equality, 111 

Equality, 111 

Box 186, Equality, 111 

Box 186, Equality, 111 

Venedy, 111 

Shawneetown, 111 

R. F. D. #1, Petersburg, HI 

Sparta, 111 

R. R. #3, Harrisburg, 111 

R. R. #3, Harrisburg, 111 

R. R. #3, Harrisburg, 111 

581 W. Lafayette St., Rushville, Rl 

Marion, 111 

1311 No. State St., Marion, 111 

644 Boyd Ave., Norwood Park, Peoria 
111 



20 



I General — Table 2 — General Statement 
With Comparative Figures — 1953-1957 



Counties and Mines 

Number of counties producing coal 

Number of mines operated 

Number of shipping mines 

Number of local mines 

Number of shipping mines — underground. 

Number of shipping mines — strip 

Number of local mines — underground 

Number of local mines — strip 



Output in Tons 

All mines 

All shipping mines 

All local mines 

Shipping mines — underground. 

Shipping mines — strip 

Local mines — underground 

Local mines — strip 



Disposition 

Tons handled by railroads 

Tons disposed of otherwise. .. 



Employees 
Shipping mines — underground . 

Local mines — underground 

Shipping mines — strip 

Local mines — strip 

Shipping mines — total 

Local mines — total 

All mines 



Days 
Average days worked, shipping mines. 
Average days worked, local mines 



Mining Method 
Number of mining machines in use. 

Tons mined by machine 

Tons mined by hand 

Tons mined by stripping 



Loading 
Number of mechanical loaders in use. 

Tons loaded mechanically 

Tons loaded by hand 



Explosives 
Kegs of powder used for blasting coal. 

Pounds of pellet powder used 

Pounds of dynamite used 

Pounds of permissible used 



Haulage 
Number of motors used in underground haul- 
age 

Number of animals underground 



46,682,889 
44,532,214 

2,150,675 

26,093,014 

18,439,200 

705, 

1,444,779 



39,120,442 
7,562,447 



8,450 
784 
3,154 
393 
11,604 
1,177 
12,781 



194 

,787,434 
31,476 



19, S 



25, S 



Casualty 
Number of fatal accidents 

Number of non-fatal accidents. 

Tons mined to one man killed 

Tons mined to one man injured 

Number employed to one man killed... 
Number employed to one man injured . 



Number of m 
Number of m 
Number of m 
Number of m 
Number of m 



Miscellaneous 

nes using closed lights 

nes using L. O. X 

nes using Chemechol 

nes using Airdox 

nes using Continuous Miner. 



635 

106,346 

1,135,165 

1,295,790 



21 
542 

2,222,995 

86,131 

609 

24 



47,804,040 
45,538,998 

2,265,042 

27,497,395 

18,041,603 

647,791 

1,617,251 



39,962,756 
7,841," 



3 

413 
11 

1,079 
12, 



223 

5, 100,001 

45,185 

), 658, 854 



27,347,356 
150,039 



476 

128,927 

6,504,885 

2,926,143 



20 
665 
2,390,202 
71,886 
647 
19 



45,711,555 
43,880,729 

1,830,826 

26,345,099 

17,535, 

650,835 

1,179." 



38,290,183 
7,421,372 



9,539 
897 

2,879 

12,418 
1,205 
13,623 



256 

26,935,614 

60,320 

18,715,621 



220 

5,158,407 

186,692 



1,009 

183,575 

3,714,020 

1,136,454 



18 
651 
2,539,531 
70,217 
757 
21 



41,775,752 
40,017,802 

1,757, ~" 

24,629,724 

15,388,078 

720, 

1,037,454 



34,805,136 
6,970,616 



12,363 
1,122 

'291 
15,252 
1,413 
16 



25,219, 

131,136 
16,425,532 



264 

24,423,248 

206,476 



872 

259,340 

4,183,270 

1,354,510 



,816,337 

57,622 

725 

23 



35 
232 
97 

135 
68 
29 

91 
44 



45,966,114 
43,847,321 

2,118,793 

28,351,587 

15,495,734 

934,191 

1,184,602 



38,544,560 
7,421,554 



14,125 

1,430 

3,076 

314 

17,201 
1,744 

18,945 



29,132,106 

153,672 

16,680,336 



28,011,0 
340,5 



1,833 

395,989 

2,745,147 

1,795,520 



28 
920 
1,641,647 
49,963 
677 
21 



21 



Mines Suspending Operations During 1957 Showing 
Month of Last Operation 



Mine 
Index 
No. 


Operator 


County 


Month 




Albrecht Coal Co., #3 
























Gallatin 


















S-6 


Mt. Olive & Staunton Coal Co., #2 












Sahara Coal Co., #7 
















St. Clair 













































Mines Abandoned During 1957 Showing Month 
of Last Operation 



Mine 
Index 

No. 


Operator 


County 


Month 
















(1956) 


L-216 


Big Three Coal Co., #1 

Blue Bird Coal Co., #8 


Williamson 

Williamson 


May (1956) 


S-3 


















Fulton 

Peoria 

Washington 


(1956) 
















Dillard Coal Co., #2 


(1952) 
March (1954) 














Williamson 

Schuyler 

Fulton 

Williamson 














June (1955) 










Gem Coal Co., #1 

Herkel & McDonald Coal Co., #1 

J & J Coal Co., #2 

J&JCoalCo.,#3 


March (1955) 


L-93 


Saline 


March (1954) 






May (1956) 












Fulton 






Lingenfelter Coal Co., #2 

Lingenfelter Coal Co., #4 










(1955) 












Fulton 

LaSalle 


(1956) 












Saline 


(1956) 






Gallatin 


(1956) 




New Oak Hill Coal Co 






P&R Coal Co 




(1956) 




Peabody Coal Co., #43 


Saline 

Fulton 




S-41 


Peabody Coal Co., "Key Mine (Pit #1)" 


July 









:: 



MINES ABANDONED DURING 1987 SHOWING MONTH OF LAST OPERATION-Concluded 



Mine 
Index 

No. 


Operator 


County 


Month 


L-209 


Polinski Coal Co 

Porter & Shadowen Coal Co., #1 

Putt Creek Coal Co 

R & C Coal Co., #1 

Richardson Coal Corp., #2 

Richardson Coal Corp., #4 

Romine Coal Co 




March (1954) 


L-107 






L-192 




March (1956) 


L-188 






L-100 

L-106 


Saline 


(1956) 
August 


L-237 
L-210 


Fulton 

Williamson 


December 

August 


L-212 


Stilley Coal Co 

Vinyard Coal Co., #!__. 

Vinyard Coal Co., #2 

Vinyard Coal Co., #3 

Wenzel Const. Co., §2 

Williams Coal Co., #1 




Saline 




L-3 






L-102 
L-222 
L-92 


Saline 

Williamson 

Saline 

Saline 

Saline 


June 
July 

May (19551 


L-95 

L-95 
L-101 
L-217 
L-226 

L-29 


Williams Coal Co., #2 

Williams Coal Co., #3... 


November 
(1955) 
June 
May 
May 
July 


Wyvan K Coal Co 


Williamson 




St, Clair 








(1956) 



New Mines Opened — 19 : 




L-104 
L-105 
S-4 
L-231 
L-225 

L-63 
L-230 
L-233 

L-63 
L-103 

L-65 
L-161 
L-227 
L-228 
L-103 

S-43 

S-94 
L-107 
L-102 
L-106 
L-104 
L-237 

L-64 
L-237 
L-236 
L-232 
L-159 
L-160 
L-102 
L-105 
L-229 
L-226 



Adams Coal Co., #1 

Barbie Dee Mines, Inc 

Belle Rive Mining Co. 

Big Three Coal Co., #3... 

Chamness Const. Co 

L. E. Easley Const. Co., "Chief Mine".. 
L. E. Easley Const. Co., "E-Z Mine #1". 
L. E. Easley Const. Co., "E-Z Mine #2". 

Eddington Coal Co., #2 

Egyptian Mining Co., #1 

Farley Brothers Coal Co., "Black Dot #2 

Laynes Coal Co 

Liberty Coal Co., #1.... 

R. W. Marshall Coal Co 

New Gallatin Coal Co., #1... 

Peabody Coal Co., "Key Mine Pit #2" ... 
Peabody Coal Co., "River King Mine".. 

Porter & Shadowen Mine #1 

Richardson Coal Corp., #3 

Richardson Coal Corp., #4 

Richardson Coal Corp. , #5 

Romine Coal Co 

Sand Hill Coal Co 

Seymour Coal Co 

Spoon River Coal Co.. 

Stilley Coal Co 

T&SCoalCo., #1...- - 

Tennell & Walters Coal Co., #2 

Vinyard Coal Co., #3 

Vinyard Coal Corp., #4 

Wyvan Coal Co., #2 

Yearack Coal Co., #2. 





July 
























































July 






St. Clair 










May 


Saline. 








Fulton.. 


August 


Vermilion 

Fulton 

Williamson 

Peoria 

Peoria 


January 
February 
November 
January 


Saline 

Gallatin 


April 


Williamson.. 

Williamson 


May 

February 



23 



Mines Reopened In 19^7 



Name of operator when i Month and year 
mine suspended of last 

operations operation 



Name of operator 

when mine Month 

reopened reopened 



L-225 Jones Coal Co., #1 Apr., 1954 jFulton Jones Coal Co., #1.. October 

L-143 AlbrechtCoalCo., #4' Mar., 1956 Peoria.. ... Lingenfelter Coal Co., #5 March 

L-3 Cedar Hill Coal Co IDec, 1942. ._ [Gallatin... Vinyard Coal Co., #2 'February 

L-97 Eagle Valley Coal Co., ! 

Inc [Oct., 1956 Gallatin Williams Coal Co., #5 May 



Name Changes During 1957 




Present name of company 



Month 

name 

changed 





Glore & Fritz Coal Co 




Coal Creek Coal Co 




L-4 








Carl Wenzel Const. Co. #3_... 


Gallatin 


Liberty Coal Co. #3 






Carl Wenzel Const. Co. #3.... 

Shuler Coal Co. "Alpha Mine 

#1" 

Cooks Gem Coal Co., Inc 

Peabody Coal Co. "Northern 




S-2 
L-34 


Bugos-White Coal Co. #1 — .. 

GemCoalCo 

Northern Illinois Coal Corp. 
#14 


Henry 


August 


S-l 








John Dubach Coal Co. #1 

Midwest Utilities Coal Corp. 




January 




Illinois Valley Minerals Corp. 
Zeigler Coal & Coke Co. 


S-17 










Randolph 

St. Clair 










S-10 


Perry Coal Co. "St. Ellen 


Peabody Coal Co. "St. Ellen 












S 93 


Peabody Coal Co. "Seminole 






Midwest-Radiant Corp. #1... 








Peabody Coal Co. "Midwest 






















Vinyard Coal Co. #1 




L-16 


Montgomery Enterprise Coal 




Yearack Coal Co. #1 




L-229 






New Crab Orchard Mine 

Little Egypt Coal Co. #1 


July 


L-233 


L. E. Easley Const. Co. 
"E-Z Mine §2" 




December 











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- £ 3 

i ! 

o sg s 

2 \U 



1 1 

s 
S 



s H 



fill 



£ 1 iSl^l 

: ; $m 

i ; i Jit 



I I 

" 5 ssssil 
I I Biff; 
i : mm 



1 1 1!* 



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26 



27 



II Production- 



-Table 3 — Average man-day production- 
shipping MINES 



County 


Reports 
tabulated 


Man-days 


Tons 
mined 


Per cent of 

mines 

reported 


Average 
tons per 
man-day 


Bureau County- 














2 


40,925 
256,482 


875,544 
5,738,338 


100% 
100% 


21.4 


Christian County — 


22.4 






Douglas County — 


1 


22,043 


423,880 


100% 


5.2 






Franklin County- 


4 


299,628 


4,592,021 


100% 


15.3 






Fulton County- 


2 

7 

2 


8,642 
208,092 

9,824 


46,003 
5,393,573 

77,961 


100% 
100% 

100% 


5.3 




25.9 


Henry County- 


7.9 






Jackson County — 

Shaft mines 


2 
4 


53,014 
25,244 

182,342 
649 


699,035 
505,401 

3,010,200 
6,281 


100% 
100% 

100% 
100% 


13.2 
20.0 


Jefferson County — 


16.5 




9.6 


Kankakee County — 






1 


69,350 


843,475 


100% 


12.2 


Knox County — 






4 

2 


83,705 
55,221 


1,898,117 
431,340 


100% 
100% 


22.7 


Macoupin County — 


7.8 






Madison County — 


3 


88,845 


893,156 


100% 


10.1 






Marion County — 


1 


10,572 


50,628 


100% 


4.8 






Montgomery County- 


1 


113,211 


1,602,483 


100% 


14.2 






Perry County- 


2 

1 
2 

2 
2 

4 
4 

! 


80,895 

27,380 
30,452 

112,032 

27,288 

113,296 

54,829 

3,703 

4,196 


1,163,653 

624,526 
854,993 

1,946,167 
1,200,726 

1,215,438 
1,192,670 

42,437 
15,596 


100% 

100% 
100% 

100% 
100% 

100% 
100% 

100% 
100% 


14.4 






Randolph County— 


22.9 




28.1 


St. Clair- 


17.4 




44.0 


Saline County — 


10.7 




21.8 


Vermilion County — 


11.5 


Strip mines 

Washington County — 

Shaft mines 


3.7 


Will County— 










Strip mines 

Williamson County — 


: 

17 


6,248 

251,149 
843,010 


134,178 

3,520,152 
2,284,863 


100% 

100% 
100% 


21.5 
14.1 




27.1 







28 



II Production — Table 4- 



-OUTPUT OF SHIPPING MINES BY MONTHS — 

1952-1957 



January... 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November. 
December. 

Total. . 



5,159,565 
4,171,295j 
3,681,763 
3,100,687 
2,889,250 
2,932,936 
2,240,330 
2,802,265 
4,471,385 
3,217,011 
3,972,400 
4,635,5131 



4,179,636 


4,051,563 


3,499,271 


3,131,380 


3,691,493 


3,528,964 


3,377,286 


2,695,905 


3,073,171 


2,721,569 


3,121,058 


2,744,987 


3,010,408 


2,474,785 


3,523,202 


3,043,435 


3,893,737 


3,396,713 


4,088,461 


3,774,869 


3,820,722 


4,028,565 


4,568,876 


4,425,067 



4,280,556 
4,229,410 
3,802,106 
3,026,198 
3,124,603 
2,905,223 
2,790,641 
3,523,027 
3,464,519 
3,790,424 
4,221,884 
4,722,138 



43,274,400: 43,847,321 



40,017,802 43 



1,729 



4,639,563 
4,395,777 
4,022,945 
3,472,686 
3,577,463 
3,259,579 
2,794,537 
3,605,937 
3,533,052 
4,280,104 
4,032,438 



3,782,962 
3,657,857 
3,593,571 
3,548,224 
3,363,647 
2,634,946 
3,518,667 
3,666,011 
4,234,022 
3,989,487 
4,046,188 



45,538,998 44,532,214 



II Production — Table 5 — Number of shipping mines operated 

AND AVERAGE DAYS WORKED EACH MONTH — 1952-1957 



January... 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November. 



Mines Days 



Mines Days 



Mines Days 



Mines Days 



Mines Days 



Mines Days 



II Production- 



-Table 6 — Relative Rank of Counties Producing 
500,000 tons or more— 1953-1957 



County 



Williamson... 

Christian 

Fulton 

Franklin 

St. Clair 

Perry 

Jefferson 

Saline 

Knox 

Montgomery. 

Randolph 

Jackson 

Vermilion 

Madison 

Bureau 

Kankakee 

Macoupin 

Henry 



5,950,949 
5,738,338 
5,485,882 
4,592,021 
4,009,759 
3,425,245 
3,016,481 
2,542,799 
1,898,117 
1,602,483 
1,483,260 
1,206,485 
1,088,148 
910,165 
730,615 



6,310,853 
5,725,068 
5,364,877 
4,745,077 
3,972,018 
3,826,383 
2,654,179 
2,816,145 
1,661,150 
1,678,543 
2,085,128 
1,254,674 
995,623 
1,153,268 
777,235 
839,060 



6,649,312 
6,162,935 
5,397,774 
4,528,018 
3,248,103 
3,602,019 
1,582,907 
2,454,533 
1,784,754 
1,723,975 
2,013,670 
1,160,194 
878,749 
1,035,881 
794,394 
551,356 



5,823,867 
5,404,085 
4,957,915 
4,321,775 
2,844,064 
3,289,295 
1,579,296 
2,170,617 
1,810,964 
1,600,716 
1,636,830 

'813i285 

995,162 



5,513,246 
6,722,124 
6,063,002 
4,588,891 
3,507,536 
3,996,200 
1,369,093 
2,976,213 
1,125,720 
1,632,211 
1,378,637 
1,089,287 
849,754 
1,032,078 



840,927 
1,044,091 

746,882 



29 



II Production — Table 7 — Tons of coal produced, average days 

WORKED, NUMBER OF MINES OPERATED, AND NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN 
ALL SHIPPING MINES, WITH PERCENTAGES BY YEARS FROM 1920 TO 1957 
INCLUSIVE 



1920. 
1921. 
1922. 
1923. 
1924. 
1925' 
1926. 
1927. 
1928. 
1929. 
1930. 
1931. 
1932. 
1933. 
1934. 
1935. 
1936. 
1937. 
1938. 
1939. 
1940. 
1941. 
1942. 
1943. 
1944. 
1945. 
1946. 
1947. 
1948. 
1949. 
1950. 
1951. 
1952. 
1953. 
1954. 
1955. 
1956. 
1957. 



All shipping mines 



Number 
of— 



Average 

days 
worked 



85,499 
77,629 
73,497 
74,117 
61,154 
54,721 
51,215 
47,024 
44,078 
40,660 
40,943 
40,496 
40,011 
38,553 
35,247 



30,258 
30,022 
28,753 
29,010 
28,198 
29,745 



28,246 
26,936 
21,674 
17,201 
15,252 
12,418 
11,857 
11,604 



Tons 
produced 



,409,610 
,339,082 
,406,093 
,410,837 
,324,363 
,012,299 
,836,441 
,926,433 
,284,184 
,075,995 
,996,608 
,073,058 
,402,399 
,390,677! 
,655,527 
,410,414 
,285,587 
,062,076 
,442,859 
,994,107 
,071,806 
,033,319 
,124,628 
,971,621 
,958,923 
,322,301 
,932,785 
,612,627 
,494,412 
,772,617 
,356,918 
,595,098 
,274,400 
,847,321 
,017,802 
,880,729 
,538,998 
,532,214 



Strip mines 



Number 
of- 



217 
242 
446 
412 
611 
1,181 
1,203 
1,139 
1,149 
1,518 
1,519 
1,591 
1,769 
1,890 
2,042 
2,338 
2,803 
3,133 
2,881 
2,854 
2,873 
3,169 
3,495 
3,431 
3,730 
3,481 
3,479 
3,702 
4,064 
4,248 
3,729 
3,429 
3,066 
3,076 

2', 879 
3,038 
3,154 



Average 

days 
worked 



Tons 
produced 



367,009 
437,006 
533,923 
895,608 
184,288 
722,597 
482,611 
756,410 
113,908 
250,501 
220,336 
576,677 
628,228 
599,006 
008,218 
088,104 
873,299 
176,074 
058,999 
295,547 
024,635 
367,089 
937,681 
484,712 
108,528 
203,763 
302,739 
827,339 
758,306 
835,980 
469,126 
289,932 
340,989 
495,734 
388,078 
535,630 
041,603 



Percentage of 
strip mines 



0.08 
1.42 
1.60 
3.25 
7.06 
6.56 
6.22 



5? 



8.11 

8.92 
10.50 
12.58 
15.12 
15.38 
17.04 
17.85 
16.77 
17.80 
18.7 
20.9 
20.5 
18.0 
19.7 
23.2 
22.7 
22. 
28.1 
28.6 
26.1 
24.3 
24.3 
29.9 
32.2 
41.2 
47.7 
54.3 



0.25 
0.26 
0.48 
0.42 
0.64 
1.52 
1.64 
1.54 
1.88 
2.77 
2.97 
3.38 
4.00 
4.65 
4.99 
5.77 
7.00 
8.12 
8.17 
8.63 
9.6 
10.4 
11.8 
11.9 
12.8 
12.3 
11.7 
12.5 
13.6 
14.9 
13.2 
12.7 
14.1 
17.8 
18.8 
23.2 
25.6 
27.2 



0.57 
0.56 
0.87 
1.22 
1.68 
4.72 
5.13 
6.14 
7.58 
8.89 
11.96 
15.27 
21.11 
15.82 
15.54 
17.72 
18.16 
23.25 
26.16 
26.27 
26.1 
26.1 
26.1 
22.0 
23.1 
22.0 
23.5 
27.4 
26.8 
28.6 
30.3 
32.9 
35.5 
35.3 
38.5 
40.0 
39.6 
41.4 



From July i 



to December 31, 1925. 



II Production — Table 8 — Mines and production 







1956 




1957 


Increase (+) 
Decrease (— ) 


Per cent of 
Increase (+) 
Decrease (— ) 




Minea 


Tons 


Mines 


Tons 


Mines 


Tons 


Mines 


Tons 


Shipping mines 

Local mines 


88 
104 


45,538,998 
2,265,042 


92 
103 


44,532,214 
2,150,675 


+4 


—1,006,784 
—114,367 


+4.5 
—1.0 


—2.2 
-5.0 


Total. 


192 


47,804,040 


195 


46,682,889 


+3 


—1,121,151 


+l.fl 


—2.3 







30 



II Production — Table 9 — Output of shipping mines 



County, name of operator 
and mine 



number 

of 

mine 



Post office 
address 
of mine 



Number of days in operation and 
tons of coal mined 



January 



February 



Old Ben Coal Corp. 
Old Ben Coal Corp. 
Old Ben Coal Corp. 



BUREAU COUNTY 

tMidland Electric Coal Corp One 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY 



Peabody Coal Co. 
Peabody Coal Co. 



Average days and total tons. 



DOUGLAS COUNTY 

Moffat Coal Co 



FRANKLIN COUNTY 



Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin 
Coal Co 



Orient #2. 

#14 

#22- 

#9 



Average days and total tons. 



fulton County 



Little Sister Coal Corp 

Pschirrer Coal Co 

Truax-Traer Coal Co 

The United Electric Coal Cos. 
The United Electric Coal Cos. 



Big Ten Coal Co 

Fairview Collieries Corp. 



Peabody Coal Co _. 

Bruketta & Sons Coal Co. 



Average days and total tons. 



HENRY COUNTY 



Bugos White Coal Co. 

ShulerCoalCo _. 

Alpha Coal Co 



Average days and total tons. 



#3 

Strip 

Cuba #9.. 

"Buck 
heart" 
#17..... 

"Bryant' 

"Fla- 
mingo' 

Key #1 
&#2_... 



Pana 

Pawnee. 



West Frankfort 

Buckner. 

Valier. 

West Frankfort 



David . 

Canton 

Fiatt 

Cuba 



Canton 

Lewis town. 



Astoria 

Farmington. 



Alpha. 
Alpha. 
Alpha. 



104,343j20 



226,162 19 
290,512 20 



21 33,026 17 



123,709 
123,021 

79,746 



59,161 

5,019 

135,250 

83,787 



108,912 
16,547 



46,594 
2,337 



9.342J22 
3 J29 24 



195.602J19 
305,714 21 



501,316 



38,142 
81,154 
58,431 
157,196 



334,923 



42,518 

3,324 

125,268 

65,097 



103,891 
17,156 



56,200 



46,304 
1,510 



461,268 



9,178 
3^325 



200,49' 



16,996 
59,787 
47, " 
130,662 



255,425 



42,626 

2,966 

134,942 

63,328 



50,677 



38,911 
1,109 



464,276 



2,225 
11,411 



168,065 

342,086 



61,965 
65,755 
17,429 
148,455 



62,105 

2,256 

128,076 

65,493 



122,965 
15,209 



30,869 
813 



2,464 



t 144,929 Tons Mined in Henry County. 



3] 



AND DAYS WORKED EACH MONTH IN 1957 



Number of days in operation and tons of coal mined 



May 



July 



August | September 



November December 



5 

% Tons 



Tons 



||| Tons 





Tons 



367,1 



19 182,974 
19i 290,999 



19 473,973 



108,351:18 194,59814 153,758 
216,400 18 : 298,648 18 284,007 



324,75118 493,246 16 437,765 



35,6 



24 40,166 20 



39,493ll7i 108,229 

63,409112 
51,175 13 



56,382 
50,282 
146, 



41,968 

1,534 

140,147 

71,473 



104,839 
12,929 



38,805 
43,439 



5,775 



135,561 



358,374 



44,455 

1,356 

110,985 

67,871 



96,449 
9,255 



45,034 
43,520 



103,74818 
61,993116 
52,158115: 
19 1 

17 



115,178 18 
70,804 19 
55,473 

153,902 



14' 150,297 
22 351,247 



118,955 



395,357 



10 35,508 13 
10 

11 74,331 
11 45,440 



42.495 

1,977 

14 96,430 

14 56,609 



12 46,694 

15 3,476 

17 115,808 

15 63,731 



67,673 
10,437 



80,243 
15,916 



50.211 
30,761 



5,130 23 



70,731 
141,657 



98,157 21 
12,196 27 

43,222 

26,032 
690 

410,006 



501,544 



12 129,749 
19 304,816 



152,48^ 



16 64,027;16 61,507 
22 1 5,37617 

20 140,600 20 

21 92,004 19 



16,578 
51,697 



123,892 
15,690 



32,066 
1,403 



127,830 



421,513 



875,544 



2,060,581 
3,677,757 



5,738,338 



127,824 18 109,610 17 108,909 
110,622119 91,49519 100,804 
65,427 19! 68,417 



161,456 



56,569 

4,663 

136,657 

70,605 



113,678 
15,304 



1,072,758 
978,356 
698,235 

1,842,672 



4,592,021 



599,633 
35,910 



1,234,861 
171,374 



435,002 
10,093 



45,367 
20,211 
12,383 



32 



II PRODUCTION- 



3 


County, name of operator 
and mine 


Name 

or 

number 

of 

mine 


Post office 
address 
of mine 


Number of days in operation and 
tons of coal mined 


B 
a 


January 


February 


March 


April 


■a 

i 


P 


Tons & 


L 

Tons % 

G 


Tons 


Q 


Tons 


S-l 


jackson County 


"Strip".. 
"Drift".. 

#1 

Como 

#1 

Black 
Dot i?2_ 


Elkville 

ElkviUe 

Elkville 


111 
22 
21 
"il 


43,576 

60,505 

9,719 

906 


14 
16 
23 
15 


32,013 

42,228 

'401 


13 

12 
22 

20 


31,969 
39,196 

8,785 
1,171 


17 
18 

21 
211 


35,754 


S-l 




53,360 


L-28 


Elk Coal Co 


7,605 
2,108 












































21 
19 


















114,706 
241,499 


17 
19 


83,540 
232,800 


17 
20 


81,121 
239,227 


19 
19 


98,827 


S-3 


JEFFERSON COUNTY 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp 


Orient #3 


Waltonville 


240,381 










19 
26 

24 

28 

19 

23 

23 

22 
21 

21 

23 
21 

25 

23 

26 




19 

24 

18 

23 

22 
17 




20 
23 

15 

19 

16 
10 




19 

21 

12 

24 

IS 
5 

15 

20 
14 






241,499 

89,375 

48,372 

74,541 

60,742 
19,819 


232,800 
84,412 

44,152 

66,892 

71,672 
15,311 


239,227 
84,942 

39,577 

58,402 

52,911 
8,837 


240,381 


S-l 


KANKAKEE COUNTY 

tPeabody Coal Co 


' 'North- 
ern" 

"Little 

John".. 
Middle 

Grove 

#2 

Rapatee 

#3 

#5 


Wilmington 

Victoria 

Farmington 

Farmington 

Victoria 




S-2 


KNOX COUNTY 


68,495 


S-3 




31,925 


S-3 




59,349 


S-4 




64,239 
3,159 










203,474 

34,918 
9,306 


20 

19 
13 

16 

21 

15 

17 


198,027 

29,060 
5,854 


15 

19 
14 


159,727 
30,018 


158,672 


S-3 


MACOUPIN COUNTY 




Gillespie 


31,723 


S-10 






6,705 














44,224 

11,079 
55,399 

76,944 


34,914 

9,218 
40,093 

55,716 


16 

20 
14 

14 

16 

21 


36,657 

10,703 
37,310 

44,999 


17 

21 

8 

13 


38,428 


S-3 
S-6 
S-7 


MADISON COUNTY 

The Livingston-Mt. Olive Coal Co... 
Mt. Olive & Staunton Coal Co 


#1 

#2 

Cantine 
#4 


Livingston 

Staunton 

Collinsville 


10,713 

21,390 






38,851 




143,422 
7,087 


18 

22 


105,027 
6,008 


93,012 
6,249 


13 
20 


70,954 


S-l 


MARION COUNTY 

Marion County Coal Mining Corp... 


"Glen- 
ridge"- 


Centralia 


5,159 



t 192,883 Tons Mined in Grundy County. 
t 169,689 Tons Mined in Will County. 



33 



TABLE 9— Continued 













Number of days in o 


jeration and tons of coal mined 












May June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Total 


X 


1 


Tons £| Tons 

H 


Q 


Tons 




Tons 


(3 


Tons 


>> 

Q 


Tons 


Q 


Tons 


- 



Tons 


>> 
Q 


Tons 


a 


14 
14 
22 
20 


34,015 
38,185 
8,446 
2,064 


15 
15 
20 
5 


38,014 

42,974 
7,623 
1,090 


12 

12 
IS 
15 


29,914 

33,488 
6,257 

1,847 


19 
20 
22 
5 
20 


44,879 
56,132 

7,413 
938 

1,100 


20 
20 
22 

Hi 
21 

6 


48,980 

56,885 

7,537 

780 

900 

503 


23 

2:; 
24 
14 
15 

10 

18 

23 
20 


58,433 

68,861 

9,109 

955 

500 

703 


18 
19 
21 
6 


44,879 

53,193 

8,473 

150 


19 
21) 
23 
16 
2 

8 

15 

18 
20 

19 
20 

18 

24 

20 
21 

21 

19 
17 

18 
22 


44,512 

55,947 

8,216 

547 

400 

681 


203 
211 
262 

172 
58 

35 


486,938 
600,954 
98,081 
12,957 
2,900 

2,606 


S-l 

S-l 
L-28 
L-62 
L-64 














11 


719 


L-65 






14 
19 




14 
17 




17 
22 








17 


82,710 
284,343 


89,701 
240,010 


71,506 
218,404 


110,462 
281,298 


17 
20 


115,585 
247,615 


138,561 

300,521 
670 


15 

19 

20 


107,414 

250,942 
978 


110,303 

233,160 
4,633 


157 

237 
60 


1,204,436 

3,010,200 
6,281 


S-3 

S-4 










17 
14 

7 

16 
12 




22 
16 

9 

24 
16 










22 
19 

11 

21 

17 


284,343 
67,845 

27,771 

51,619 
56,612 


19 
17 

10 

17 
15 


240,010 
53,555 

23,842 

41,326 
44,332 


218,404 
43,660 

16,058 

35,003 
.40,656 


281,298 
56,056 

22,816 

57,975 
53,319 


20 

18 

12 

25 
11 


247,615 
66,760 

28,690 

60,322 
37,850 


21 
21 

15 

25 
23 


301,191 
75,845 

37,279 

68,089 
78,901 


19 
21 

18 

23 

21 
9 

18 

18 
17 

17 
21 


251,920 
73,740 

42,329 

62,187 

62,851 
11,004 


237,793 
78,790 

43,644 

56,540 

66,419 
50,783 


148 
240 

169 

210 

85 


3,016,481 

843,475 

406,455 

692,245 

690,504 
108,913 


S-l 

S-2 

S-3 

S-3 
S-4 


















16 

18 
4 




21 

20 
17 

18 
23 






10 

16 

11 


136,002 

27,972 
5,084 


14 

15 

11 


109,500 

26,197 
4,723 


12 

12 

10 


91,717 

21,250 
4,332 


16 

15 
11 

13 

17 


134,110 

26,876 
4,953 


126,862 

29,656 
1,850 


184,269 

34,759 
6,903 


178,371 

32,958 
6,734 


217,386 

35,321 
7,549 


183 

213 
160 


1,898,117 

360,708 
70,632 


S-3 
S-10 


13 

19 
fi 


33,056 

9,868 
15,432 

29,631 


13 

17 
11 

11 


30,920 

8,409 
28,522 

34,686 


11 
16 


25,582 

8,424 


31,829 
8,814 


11 
19 


31,506 
10,228 


41,662 
12,190 


39,692 
10,887 


42,870 
11,918 


186 

239 
75 

179 


431,340 

122,451 
198,146 

572,559 


S-3 

S-6 


9 


12 


34,990 


12 
14 

8 


39,521 


14 


43,397 


1!) 


62,047 


16 


55,399 


17 
19 

24 


56,378 


S-7 


15 
10 


54,931 
2,383 


13 
8 


71,617 
1,136 


14 
8 


43,414 
1,022 


48,335 
1,381 


16 
19 


53,625 
4,247 


21 

25 


74,237 
5,670 


18 

22 


66,286 

4,271 


68,296 
6,015 


164 
213 


893,156 
50,628 


S-l 



34 



II PRODUCTION 



s 


County, name of operator 
and mine 


Name 

or 

number 

of 

mine 


Post office 
address 
of mine 




Number of days in operation and 
tons of coal mined 


i 

s 


January 


February 


March 


April 


1 

1 


R 

1 


Tone 


R 


Tons 


! 


Tons 


1 
Q 


Tone 


S-4 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


"Crown". 

#1 — 

"Pyra- 
mid"... 
"Fidel- 
ity" #11 
"New 

Kath- 
leen" 

#2 

#1 


Farmersville 

Pinckneyville .. 
Pinckneyville.. 
DuQuoin 

DuQuoin 

Pinckneyville.. 
Pinckneyville.. 


18 

18 

13 

21 

21 
11 
20 

17 

26 

17 

18 


169,995 

1,397 
34,433 
116,780 

109,990 
47,457 
1,500 


15 

7 
13 

17 

20 
10 
15 

14 

19 

13 
10 


138,194 

357 
33,405 

91,872 

101,350 
46,305 
1,400 


15 

7 
9 

16 

21 
13 
15 


134.421 

596 
21,973 
78.496 

103,888 
48,928 
1,400 


14 

3 

17 
17 

21 
15 
10 


124,353 


S-5 


PERRY COUNTY 

Big 5 Coal Co 


387 


S-13 






S-14 
S-32 


The United Electric Coal Cos 


39,616 
85,412 


S-33 




115,979 
65,227 


L-34 


White Bros. Coal Co 


1,900 




311,557 

100,692 

64,797 
5,417 


274,689 

74,171 

47,688 
3,165 


13 

19 

16 
12 


255,281 

78,592 

61,280 
3,985 


14 

19 

16 
4 


308,521 


S-7 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


"Stream 

line"... 
"Brad- 

bury".. 

#3 








Zeigler Coal & Coke Co 


78,564 


8-17 








RitterCoalCo 


62,340 


S-18 




1,102 










20 

25 
25 


170,906 

128,173 
75,671 


14 

20 
22 


125,024 

104,855 
57,403 


16 

20 
19 


143,857 

106,617 
56,304 


13 

20 
17 


142,006 


S-10 


BT. CLAIR COUNTY 

Peabody Coal Co 


"St. 
Ellen".. 

"Semi- 
nole".. . 

"River 
King".. 

"Green. 
Dia- 
mond". 


O'Fallon 

Lenrburg 




8-93 




113,397 


S-94 




47,345 








L-87 


Marissa 


24 


75,208 


21 


66,329 


21 


69,648 


21 








68,127 




25 

19 
23 
23 
17 
13 

31 
17 
8 

19 


279,052 

68,525 
57,743 
52,364 
10,292 
61 ,239 

33,731 

687 

2,150 


21 

14 
18 
19 
11 
12 

28 
18 
14 


228,587 

47,652 
43,776 
46,696 
8,200 
57,123 

60,903 

679 

6,280 


20 

13 
16 
15 
11 
16 

30 
20 
16 


232,569 

45,761 
37,953 
41,746 
7,038 
67,370 

51,468 

695 

3,251 


19 

14 
12 
10 
9 
9 

29 
20 
10 


228,869 


S-l 
S-16 
S-39 
S-40 
8-43 


SALINE COUNTY 

Sahara Coal Co. , Inc. 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc . 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc 

Peabody Coal Co. . 


#6 

#5 

#16 

#7 

#43 

"Walnut 
Grove" 
#2 


Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Carrier Mills 

Carrier Mills... . 


47,422 
27,946 
28,014 
5,536 
34,976 


S-51 
L-98 


Saxton Coal Corp 


39,961 

748 


1^101 


New Oak Hill Coal Co. . .. 


#3 


4,120 










286,731 


17 


271,309 


17 


255,282 


14 


188,723 

















35 



TABLE 9— Continued 



Number of days in operation and tons of coal mined 


a 


May 


June July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Total 


a 

1 
a 
a 

c 

a 


| Tons 

P 

1 


P 


- 
Tons §? 

i 


Tons 


p 5 


Tons 


m 
Q 


Tons ! S Tons 
P 

! 1 


p 


Tons 


>> 

R 


Tons 


1 

P 


Tons 


14 

3 
16 

1') 

22 


114,446 

195 
42,369 
104,191 

113,862 
59,734 
2,400 


13 

4 
16 
21 

20 
13 
15 


120,948 

240 
36,594 
121,368 

88,854 
58,479 
2,800 


12 

2 
10 
16 

13 
8 


100,140 

136 
28,539 
94,268 

53,550 
35,017 


12 

5 

13 
19 

21 
11 
16 


115,023 

440 
34,108 
112,050 

98,482 
41,717 
3,600 


13 

10 
,3 
20 

20 
11 
13 


127,908 

558 
37,219 
119,494 

95,058 
42,805 
2,900 


17 

17 
15 
22 

22 

14 
13 


147,823 

1,144 
31,431 
128,380 

97,747 
56,065 
3,100 


16 

15 
12 
16 

19 

11 


150,990 

1,133 
30,002 
95,997 

88,733 
44,163 


16 

10 
12 
15 

17 

1) 


158,242 

1,005 
31,100 
92,110 

88,572 
49,169 


175 

101 

159 
219 

237 

141 
145 


1,602,483 

7,588 

400,789 

1,240,418 

1,156,065 
595,066 
24,500 


8-4 

S-5 
S-13 
S-14 

S-32 
S-33 
L-34 






15 

18 

12 
16 










14 

Hi 

13 

7 


322,751 

60,574 

45,440 
2,056 


15 

15 

16 
8 


308,335 

60,589 

55,402 
2,341 


11 

10 

12 
8 


215,010 

39,624 

44,087 
2,407 


14 

12 

14 
12 


290,397 

43,210 

52,050 

4,148 


14 

15 

13 
14 


298,034 

58,355 

48,256 
4,747 


17 

15 

11 

13 


317,867 

59,435 

53,775 
4,610 


260,028 

74,709 

41,625 
5,678 


13 

20 

13 

8 


261,956 

84,396 

47,786 
2,426 


167 

204 

169 
130 


3,424,426 

812,911 

624,526 
42,082 


S-7 

8-17 
S-18 


12 

16 
13 


108,070 

84,025 

41,835 


13 

16 
13 


118,332 

87,044 
41,708 


10 

7 

16 


86,118 

38,291 
52,561 


13 

16 
17 
22 

17 


99,408 

86,035 
49,480 
60,883 

50,594 


14 

20 
20 
18 

17 


111,358 

116,791 
51,018 
93,464 

54,229 


14 

19 

23 
15 

18 


117,820 

115,411 
55,792 
100,678 

62,763 


15 

20 
21 
21 

20 


122,012 

117,750 
52,525 
146,100 

71,058 


14 

21 
22 

20 

19 


134,608 

120.379 
66,437 
151,522 

69,682 


16S 

220 
22S 
96 

221 


1,479,519 

1,218,768 
648,079 
552,647 

727.399 


S-10 
S-93 
S-94 


17 


56,427 


17 


54,467 


9 


28,867 


L-87 


15 

16 

14 
13 


182,287 

51,349 
33,296 
33,294 
5,159 


15 

13 

13 
13 
11 


183,219 

48,662 
32,648 
36,542 
4,369 


11 

10 
10 
9 

9 


119.719 

36,990 
24,303 
24,106 
4,261 


18 

12 
10 
12 


246,992 

44,622 
23,277 
29,701 


19 

17 
17 
15 
11 


315.502 

59,791 
41,313 
38,763 


19 

13 

18 
20 

4 


334,644 

43,282 

44,156 

55,981 

998 


20 

11 

18 
18 


387,433 

49,041 
47,338 
48,344 


20 

15 

18 
17 


408,020 

51,527 

44,296 
44,948 


191 

170 
187 
184 
108 
50 

322 
137 


3,146,893 

594,624 
458,045 
480,499 
56,186 
220,708 

547,280 
9,766 
41,000 


S-l 
S-16 
S-39 
S-40 
















S-43 


28 
12 
18 




43,809 

436 

6,120 


25 

12 

7 


53,540 

577 

1,500 


22 
16 
10 


36,440 

776 

2,340 


29 
16 
5 


53,191 

857 
1,465 


24 
IS 
6 


1 
38, 279 j 25 
916120 
1.694 10 


50,949 
1,247 
1,710 


23 

16 
15 


35,653 

934 

3,170 


28 
18 

18 


49,356 
1,214 
7,200 


S-51 
L-98 
L-101 


16 


173,463 


13 


177,838 


12 


129,216 


14 


157,928 


15 


186,274 


16 


198,323 


184,480 


19 


198,541 


170 


2,408,108 





36 



II PRODUCTION 



County, name of operator 
and mine 



number 

of 

mine 



Post office 
address 
of mine 



Number of days in operation and 
tons of coal mined 



January 



February 



Carmac Coal Co 

Bell & Zoller Coal Co.. 



VERMILION COUNTY 

Fairview Collieries Corp. 

The United Electric Coal Cos. 



V Day Coal Co 

Average days and total tons. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Bois Coal Co _. 



WILL COUNTY 

Wilmington Coal Mining Corp. 



WILLIAMSON COUNTY 



McHorn Coal Co. 



Forsyth Carterville Coal Co. 
Bell & Zoller Coal Co 



Peabody Coal Co. 
Carmac Coal Co.. 



Blue Bird Coal Co 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp. 
Stonefort Corporation 



Cherry Hill Coal Co.... 

C&CCoalCo 

Black Crystal Coal Co. 

Harrisburg Coal Co 

Stillev Coal Co 

Farley Bros. Coal Co... 



Wyvan K Coal Co.... 
Sugar Creek Coal Co. 
Wilkins Coal Co 



P&RCoalCo 

Wenzel Construction Co 

Big Three Coal Co 

Chamness Construction Co.. 

Liberty Coal Co 

New Crab Orchard Coal Co. 

Big Three Coal Co... 

Stilley Coal Co 



Average days and total tons. 
Grand total 



'Harmat- 
tan" 

'Mary 
Moore" 

#25 



Danville- 
Danville. 



'Braid- 
wood' 



'Delta". 
'Buck- 
horn". 
'Turner' 

#1 



Marion 

Johnston City. 



Herrin 

Carterville . 



'Zeig- 

ler" #3 
'Energy' 
'Car- 



Zeigler. 
Herrin. 



mac 



#4 

Will 
Scarlet' 

#1 



Stonefort... 
Harrisburg. 
Marion 



Stonefort. 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion... 

Marion 

Marion. __ 



'Black 
Dot" #1 



Carterville. 
Carterville . 
Marion 



Pea- 
cock". 

#1 

#2 

#2 

#1 

#1 



Marion 

Marion 

Shawneetovvn . 

Cambria 

Carterville 

Marion 

Carterville 

Cambria 

Marion 



25,16.3 
8,679 



2,911 



2.3,229 



77,516 



4,753 
17,020 

100,456 
42,694 

24,452 
41,281 
105,013 

67,763 
2,761 
2,283 
2,100 



570,007 



4,496,632 



24,103 
5,246 



62,392 

53,748 

2,100 
14,503 

76,859 
31,372 

26,166 
39,067 
100,490 



750 

2,416 

672 

87 



26, 
3,705 



•45, 
57,003 



3,750 
14,184 



25,452 
30,085 
117,085 

68,419 
325 
859 
500 
3,597 
793 



I, (MS 



477,284 



3,657,857 



37 



TABLE 9-Concluded 



Number of days in operation and tons of coal mined 



May 



July 



August 



September 



53,368 
25,270 



37,457 



23,450 
275 



78, ( 



1,182 



5,250 
12,483 

82,739 
30,562 

25,557 
15,234 
111,175 



64,918 
63,098 



5,000 

13,974 



37,022 
22,801 



61,505 



1,391 



53,422 
52,844 



1,726 
10,568 



68,176 
29,114 14 



21,232 17 



481 
200 
511 

344 
2,200 
4,563 



90,134 
63,050 



78,243 
54,332 



3,835 
16,254 

70,663 
36,504 

29,391 

li2~320 

70,139 

"T607 



570 9 



361 2 
2,250 20 
3, 500 : 15 

712, 4 



5,50020 
130 15 



442 
4,000 
3,000 

645 



3,623 
190 



57,880 
29,578 



25,461 
5,033 



90,643 



71,117 

31,089 
4,808 

107,014 



69,219 
66,536 



4,364 
21,435 



84,634 
32,236 



98,971 

62,373 
544 
4,139 
2,200 
3,925 



78,181 
59,642 



3,703 

18,608 



108,836 
34,916 



30,994 
115^942 



73,113 
80,301 



3,034 
17,045 



34,971 



2,300 
4,338 



39,558 

59,622 
2,557 
3,406 
2.200 
4,244 



801 
4,000 



,700 20 
400 20 



366,787 15 491 



2,634.946,15 3,518.667 16 



503,136 
3,666,011 



8 
4 

543,487 15 



1914,234,022117 



15 
2 

507,897 16 



11,500 
512 
423 



26.65:. 
6,053 



672,77; 



315,>2li 
42,437 



S-61 
S-63 



2,078 



134,178 



213 784,781 
165 757,081 



47,438 
185,605 



941,548 
409,061 



244 315,158 
86| 151,901 
243! 1,220,034 



62 4,079 
58 9951 
122 5, 879 I 



737,939 
12,376 
21,142 
12,725! 
40,749! 



S.200 
622 
361 



6,726, 
22.000 
25,670 
5, 050 | 
4131 
45,860. 
43,505 
1,735 
784 



S-84 
S-87 



S-100 
L-42 
L-175 
L-190 
L-195 
L-212 

L-213 

L-217 
L-219 

L-220 
L-221 
L-222 
L-224 
L-225 
L-227 
L-229 
L-231 
L-232 



128| 5,805,015 
164i44,532,214 



38 



II Production — 

BUREAU 





Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 


Disposition of output— tons 


1 

a 
a 

8 

a 

a 

9 


1 


- <n » 

a H 
« S Q 

3g| 


ill 
111 


a 

"2 1 


£4 

2 J 

jl 


8-11 


SHIPPING MINE 

ttMidland Electric Coal Corp., #1 




875,544 


789,487 


24,524 




45,132 











CHRISTIAN 



S-7 


SHIPPING MINES 

Peabody Coal Co., #17_ 

Peabody Coal Co., #10 

Total— 2 mines 


Pana., - 


2,060,581 
3,677,757 


1,965.750 
3,526,143 






88,829 


8-8 


9,225 




139,358 










5,738,338 


5,491,893 


9,225 




228,187 













S-2 


LOCAL MINES 




49,389 
15,546 








45,607 


S-3 












15,546 




Total— 2 mines 














64,935 








61,153 















SHIPPING MINE 

Moffat Coal Co 



238.049 



S-4 


SHIPPING MINES 

Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin Coal 


West Frankfort... 


1,072,758 

978,356 
698,235 

1,842,672 


996,489 

896,696 
642,632 

1,729,072 


20,609 

6,761 
49,043 

6,431 




48,022 


8-10 


Old Ben Coal Corp., #14 




73,233 


8-14 


Old Ben Coal Corp., #22 


Valier 




146 


S-20 


Old Ben Coal Corp., #9 


West Frankfort... 




51,074 












4,592,021 


4,264,889 


82,844 




172,475 













tt 144,929 tons mined in Henry County. 



}9 



Table 10 

COUNTY 



Disposition of 






Explosives used for blasting 


Number 












output— tons 






coal and overburden 




of— 










II 
















1 

If 


1 

S.s 

111 
51 ( 


! 

a 


r 

1| 


1 


J 

8 


l 
H 




1 
8 

11 




■ 


>> 


■a 
9 

a 


a 

1 

8 a 


ca-O 
I* 

§£ 
Kg 


i 

8 

a 


s« 


3 


e8 O 


13 


ll 


IK 




1 


li 


o 
o 


§1 


5J 


si 


i§ 


1 


H 


^ 


H 


« 


Ph 


PL> 


Q 




£ 


" 


a 


H 


H 


H 


fe 


5,007 


11,394 


144 


261 






110,650 








875,544 


.... 


8-11 








"" 1 





1,105 


4,897 


596 
737 


200 
230 


■11 
•15 






43,610 


5 

8 


17 


2,060,581 
3,677,757 








S-7 


3,031 












S-8 
















4 136 




1,333 


430 








43,610 


13 


17 


5,738,338 



























COUNTY 



3,782 




91 
66 


171 
60 


"1 








3 
3 


3 
3 


49,389 
15,546 






8 
8 


S-2 








3,666 






S-3 


















3,782 




157 


231 








3,000 


6 


6 


64,935 






16 



















7,638 

62,880 


505 

313 
284 

420 


169 

197 
193 

219 


•7 








6 

'2 
4 

5 
'8 
3 


30 

33 
36 

41 


1,072,758 








8-4 


1,666 
1,300 










978,356 
698,235 

1,842,672 








S-10 


"5 

»3 














S-14 


3,215 














8-20 


















6,181 


65,632 


1,522 


778 










18 


140 


4,592,021 

























' Armstrong Coal Breaker. 



For Shooting Overburden. 



' Continuous Miners. 



40 



II PRODUCTION- 
FULTON 





Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 




Disposition of output — tons 




S 

3 
S 

■S 

■ 

C 


3 


Tons loaded 
on cars for 
shipment 


Tons sold to 
railroad 
companies 


Tons loaded 
on barge 
for shipment 


2% 

si 

I 1 


S-2 
S-10 


SHIPPING MINES 

Little Sister Coal Corp 

Pschirrer Coal Co., #3 

Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Red Ember" 

The United Electric Coal Cos., #9 
The United Electric Coal Cos., "Buck- 
heart" #17 


St. David.. 


599,633 
35,910 

1,486,983 
828,135 

1,234,861 
171,374 
637,585 
435,002 
10,093 


244,798 
23,364 

384,674 

814,787 

1,217,598 

142,232 

599,658 

215,326 

2,733 


53 


236,042 


111,200 


S-13 
S-14 


Fiatt 

Cuba 


21,119 
6,867 


1,079,472 


1,718 
921 


S-15 






S-39 


Big Ten Coal Co., "Bryant" 

Fairview Collieries Corp., "Flamingo". _. 

Peabody Coal Co., Key #1 & #2 

Bruketta & Sons Coal Co 


Lewistown 






S-40 


34,683 






S-43 


Astoria 

Farmington 




134,851 


84,825 


L-108 




7,360 










5,439,576 


3,645,170 


62,722; 1,450,365 


250,237 




LOCAL MINES 

tGlore & Fritz Coal Co 


Ellisville 


L-167 


676 

256 

3,293 

9,979 

3,972 

25 

10 

947 

8,905 

130 

637 

16,496 

200 

545 

235 










L-167 


tCoal Creek Coal Co 


Ellisville 










L-196 


Walter Richard Coal Co 


Lewistown 

Lewistown 










L-198 


Pine Bluff Coal Co 








9 970 


L-211 


Lingenfelter Coal Co., #1 








3 972 


L-218 


Farmington 










L-225 


Jones Coal Co 








10 


L-228 














L-229 














L-231 


Hopkins Coal Co., #2.. . 


Browning 








130 


L-232 


Grafton Coal Co 

Lump Coal Co., #2 

Lingenfelter Coal Co., #4 








637 


L-234 


Cuba 








16,491 


L-235 












L-236 


Spoon River Coal Co 

Romine Coal Co 


Lewistown 








545 


L-237 


i~: 




235 














46,306 


1 i 


46,276 

















M 


LOCAL MINES 

B & W Coal Co., #1 




74,615 
1,000 
2,100 
24,445 
2,100 
18,153 
20,642 
10,800 
2,000 
15,230 
31,359 

5^891 






63,593 
1,000 
2,100 

24,445 


10,590 


L-3 


Equality 

Junction 








L-4 


fPekinCoal Co 








L-4 


tComet Coal Co 

Blue Blaz Bloc Coal Co 

M & L Coal Co 

Beecher Williams Coal Co., #5 

t Liberty Coal Co., #3 

tCarl Wenzel Const. Co., #3 

Beecher Williams Coal Co., #4 

Richardson Coal Corp., #3 








L-17 


Sparks Hill 






2,000 


L-88 






18,153 
20,642 






Harrisburg 








L-99 






10,800 


L-99 


Marion 

Harrisburg 

Shawneetown 






2,000 
15,230 
31,359 

5^891 




L-101 








L-102 








L-103 








L-105 


Vinyard Coal Co., #4 






















210,032 






186,110 


23,390 















t Number of employees, mining machines, motors and animals average account different management, same mine. 



TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



" 



Disposition of 
output — tons 


s 

i 

"3. 
8 

o 

3 


i 

3.2 

££ 

a o 
G 


Explosives used for blasting 
coal and "overburden 


Number 
of— 


T3 

o a 

w aj 

ga 


-o 

'S-o 

s| 

H 


c 

i! 
11 

S'B 

c a 


h 

If 

S a 

S 9 




-a 
IS 

n 

o J> 
C -g 


-a 
1 

g a 

-j.S & 


B 
I 

(2 


J 

11 

F4 


A 

la 

o c 
Q 


1 

s 
j! 

ag 


.5 2 


o 

a 


a 

3 
K 
J 

a 




7,540 


120 
43 

220 

113 

171 
30 
96 
56 
12 


160 






"■238, 000 


80,000 




1 


599,633 






400 


158 
210 
210 
230 
200 


■1 






6 3 

1 


... 

35,910 














"111,000 
723,380 






1 
1,486,983 .... 

828 135 




1,187 


4,373 
13,821 






"946,003 

160,700 

"578,702 

68,050 

"24,000 

8,000 

"308,125 

16,600 

"43,500 

67,000 












S-14 


1,378 
















1,234,861 




















171,374 




2,383 




155 
209 
154 
















637,585'.... 
435,002 .... 

1 


























"1 

b2 






1 


2 


10,093 


...... 






















5,348 


25,734 


861 | 1,686 






2,458,680 


914,380 


7 


5 


46,003 




5,393,573 .... 
















7 
5 
4 
16 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 


26 
22 
177 
161 
85 
7 
2 
121 
167 
48 
153 
240 
12 
27 
25 




300 

125 

500 

2,900 

1,300 

5 






1 




676 
256 






1 


















10 






"2,300 




3,293 


\-"i 




9 




2 


1 


9,979 


















6 








1 


1 


25 




' | 












10.... 

947 .... 

8,905 .... 

130.... 

6371 

16,496| 

200.... 
545.... 
235.... 










300 














L-228 






4,000 


















100 
































5 








3,850 
50 
150 






























L-235 


























60 


































30 1 511 1.273 




5,090 


8,050 


2,300 


2 


10,936 




35,370 2 






1 






|.._. 






1 











PF 



432 




40 242 
3 18 
16 15 
181 109 
6! 101 
8 243 
4 1 114 
21 59 


-1 








2 


4 


74,615 














"2,000 










1,000 










"1 
"1 


200 




1 
1 

1 


2 


2,100 
24,445 

2,100 
18,153 




L-4 








8,150 
500 
800 










100 




























L-88 
L-97 
L-99 
L-99 
L-101 














20,642 
10,800 
2,000 
15,230 
31,359 
1,697 
5,891 




























2 5 






















4 100 
7j 216 
2 99 
10, 30 




























3,990 


















"1,500 










L-103 
L-105 








































432 


100 


103J 1,351 




200 


3,500 


13,440 


5 


7 


121,413 




88,619 













Airdox Machines. 



Armstrong Coal Breakers. e For Shooting Overburden. 



42 



II PRODUCTION- 
GREENE 



ft 

M 

a 



a 

i 

a 

i 


Name of operator 


Poet office 

address of the 

mine 


Disposition of output — tons 


I 


Tons loaded 
on cars for 
shipment 


Tons sold to 
railroad 
companies 


Tons loaded 
on barge 
for shipment 


$4 


L-112 


LOCAL MINE 

Birch Creek Coal Co 


Roodhouse 


5,248 






5,248 











LOCAL MINE 

Triple S Mine #2 



Augusta. 





SHIPPING MINES 


Alpha 


45, 367 i 
20,211 

12,383 


43,536 
17,525 
3,467 






1,771 


8-2 




Alpha 






2,656 










8,886 














77, 961 ! 


64,528 






13,313 




LOCAL MINE 

Cooks Gem Mine, Inc.. 


Coal Valley 






3,408.. 


! 
! 




3,398 




i 









SHIPPING MINES 


Elkville. 

Elkville.. __ 

Elkville.-- 


486,938 

600,954 
98,081 
12,957 
2,900 
2,606 


447,970 

552,858 
81,352 
11,517 
2,900 
2,606 


5,701 

7,036 
970 




29,007 








35,798 




Elk Coal Co., #1 




15,759 






Vergennes 

Cambria 




1,440 


L-64 
L-65 


Sand Hill Coal Co., #1 - 

Farley Bros. Coal Co., "Black Dot #2"... 

Total— 6 mines 

LOCAL MINES 














Carbondale 

Vergennes 

Carbondale 










1,204,436 


1,099,203 


13,707 


82,004 


L-54 


509 
934 
606 




509 








934 


L-63 








606 












2,049 






2,049 








. 









t Number of employees, mining machines, motors and animals averaged account different management, same mine. 



43 



TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



Disposition of 






Explosives used for blasting 


Number 












output — tons 








coal and 'overburden 


of— 










u 


















£ 


"8. 


2 
2 c 


s 

*s 
s 

© 

3 


s 
og 

t»0. 


3 
A 
I 
o 

g 


I 

II 

•3 a 


.-§•9 

SI 

S 3 

a o 
>>a 


8 

gg 

S a 


S 

c 

.as 


e 

o 
"o 


fl a 

si 


s 
81 


a 

I! 

£ 


h 

Is 

11 

3 3 


a 

a 

1 


H 


< 


H 


Q 


Ph 


Ph 


P 


Ph 


a 


a 


H 


H 


H 


^ 






2 


212 






no, ooo 










5,248 




L-112 
























34,522 L-18 



60 




39 


128 
75 
144 








10,050 
3,800 


6 
4 
2 


3 

2 


45,367 
20,211 
12,383 






S-2 


30 39 








i 


S-2 


30 


1 1 


2.800 




I 
















120 


_.._.._| 53 


347 


| (_.__ 


16,650 


7 


4 


77,961 


L . 












10 




11 


174 




850 




350 


1 


... 


3,408 






l 


T_34 

















4,260 
5,262 


98 

192 

3 
4 
9 


203 

211 
262 
172 

58 
35 






«1 ,296,242 


23,800 










486,938 




S-l 




3 

20 






'1 
6 
3 


8 

7 


600,954 
98,081 




S-l 
















L-28 








elO.OOO 






12,957 




L-62 






:::::::::::: 










2,900.... 
2,606 












1,300 












L-65 


























9,522 


345 


941 


20 




1,307,542 


23,800 


9 


15 


699,035 




505,401 
















8 
2 
4 


45 
120 

12 








300 


1 


j 


509 








L-54 








300 
1,800 






934.... 
606l.... 


L-59 






:::::::::::: 












L-63 
























14 


» 





2,100 




300 


1 


1 


509 




1,540.... 













Airdox Machines. 



For Shooting Overburden. ' Continuous Miners. 



44 



II PRODUCTION- 
JEFFERSON 





Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 




Disposit 


ion of output— tons 




■a 

a 
g 

g 

a 

§ 


3 


■sij-s 

1 = 1 


$ J 
lis 


Tons loaded 
on barge 
for shipment 


o » 

2 J 

si 

I- 8 


S-3 


SHIPPING MINES 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp., "Orient" #3 


Waltonville 

Belle Rive 


3,010,200 
6,281 


2,902,457 
3,652 


31,172 




76,571 


S-4 








Total— 2 mines 










3,016,481 


2,906,109 


31,172 















SHIPPING MINE 

ttPeabody Coal Co., "Northern' 



Wilmington. 



475 604,244 



S-2 


SHIPPING MINES 

Stonefort Corporation "Little John" 

Midland Electric Coal Corp., "Middle 
Grove #2" 




406,455 
692,245 
690,504 


402,992 
672,558 
591.691 


3,463 

3,708 

90,064 
5,946 






S-3 


Farmington 

Farmington 




1,987 
5 


S-3 


Midland Electric Coal Corp., "Rapatee 
#3" 




S-4 


Midland Collieries, Inc., #5 


108,913 97,727 


















103,181 




1,992 















L-7 


LOCAL MINES 

Laclede-Christy Co., Div. #102 




7,345 
212 

1,465 
164 










L-20 


Kollar Coal Co 










212 


L-106 


Arthur Mart Clay & Coal Co 










1,240 


L-118 


Illinois Valley Minerals #1 

Total — 4 mines 


Ottawa 








164 














9,186 








1,616 

















LIVINGSTON 



L-55 


LOCAL MINES 




1,078 
1,144 








122 


L-57 


Baiett & Talbot Coal Co 










1,144 




Total — 2 mines 














2,222 








1 266 

















tt 192, 
tt 169, 



tons mined in Grundy County, 
tons mined in Will County. 



4^ 



TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



Disposition of 
output — tons 


s 

1 
a 

1 


'"S 

II 

0° 


Explosives used for blasting 
coal and overburden 


Number 
of— 


>> 

Hi flj 

s a 

I s 


>> 

■a 
a 

J 1 


l 1 

H a 

S'| 


h 

b B 


S3 
,2 
| 

9 

a 

8 
■a 

a 

1 


-a 

S| 

11 


2 

"o 

11 

■aljj 

- 8 lf 
< 


1 

1 
•3 

(2 


l 

T3 

If 


1 

Q 


1 
J 

.a o 

go 


s 

c 
a | 

a 


o 






687 
13 


237 
60 










'20 


5 3,010,200 








S-3 


















6,281 




S-4 


























700 


297 












5 3,010,200 




6,281 

























"511,500 
312,650 . 



843,475 







111 

123 

112 
46 


169 
269 

210 

85 


















406,455 

692,245 

690,504 
108,913 




S-2 


6,631 


7,361 

6,467 
5,240 






=17,400 












S-3 


2,277 






«33 1,850 
107,950 












S-3 


















S-4 






















8,908 


19,068 


392 


733 




457,200 












1,898,117 

























2,163 


5,182 


5 
5 

4 


218 
75 
88 
10 






10,250 












7,345 
212 

1,465 
164 




L-7 




50 
324 












L-20 


25 


200 














L-106 




300 












L-118 






















2,188 


5,382 


17 


391 




374 


10,550 












9,186 





















COUNTY 





956 


2 
2 


106 
51 


















1,078 
1,144 




L-55 








100 












L-57 
























956 


4 


157 






100 












2,222 

























For shooting Overburden. ' Continuous Miners. 



46 



II PRODUCTION- 
LOGAN 



i 

& 

a 

g 

a 

e> 
a 

1 


Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 


Disposition of output— tons 


1 


Tons loaded 
on cars for 
shipment 


Tons sold to 
railroad 
companies 


c 

3.1 

■o tea. 

O cslH 
— ^5 ID 




L-l 


LOCAL MINE 

Lincoln Coal Co., #1 


Lincoln 


30,235 








28,235 












MACOUPIN 


8-3 


SHIPPING MINES 

Little Dog Coal Co 




360,708 
70,632 


308,242 
53,186 






8-10 






3.190 








Total— 2 mines 










431,340 


361,428 


3,190 




60,289 










MADISON 


S-3 


SHIPPING MINES 

The Livingston-Mt. Olive Coal Co., #1._. 
Mt. Olive & Staunton Coal Co., #2 


Livingston 

Staunton 

Collinsville 


122,451 

198,146 
572,559 


85,592 
98,275 
4,587 


10,959 
60,318 




25,365 


S-6 




34,721 


S-7 








Total— 3 mines 










893,156 


188,454 


71,277 




625,559 




LOCAL MINE 

Glen Carbon Mine #1 


Collinsville 




L-3 


17,009 






















MARION 


S-l 


SHIPPING MINE 

Marion County Coal Mining Corp., 


Centralia 


50,628 


27,085 


2,857 














MENARD 


L-3 


LOCAL MINES 


Tallula 

Petersburg 

Petersburg 


2,245 
1,457 
11,213 








2,160 


L-5 










L-ll 


Wilcox-Verna Coal Co., Inc 

Total— 3 mines 








11,213 














14,915 








14,580 















TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



47 



Disposition of 






Explosives used for blasting 


Number 












output — tons 






coal and °overburden 


of— 










I 








-a 

H 

ft J 


"0 

oi 3.S 
ill 


1 

S 


s 

1J 

•g-JS 


I 

L 


powder— 
nds 


L 
■§1 


i 


1 

si 


B 


.9.2 
§1 


i 


1! 


.3 

M 


a 
1 

1 


S* 


3 


&& 


■e 


5§ i as 


as 

3 a 


p 


2 
o 


SJI 


H 


is 


1 


£ 


<J 


£ 


P 


£ 


(£ a 


a, 


* 


s 


H 


H 


H 


» 


a 




2,000 


28 


166 


•■ 


| 
1 




2 


5 


30,235 




1 


L-l 




1 









COUNTY 





""500 


163 
102 


213! 


j 
b 6 ! 


1 


1 

3 
3 


q 


360,708 






S-3 


5,267 


I 


12,350 


2 


70,632 






7 


S-10 














5,933 


500 


265J 






12,350 


•I 


II 


431,340 






7 




i 




1 















60 


86 
279 
226 


239 
75 

179 








28,950 
65,700 


5 
5 

3 


6 

36 
16 


122,451 

198 

572,559 






S-3 










146 






S-fi 


2,499 


b 4 










S-7 














7,806 


60 


591 


493 








94,650 


13 


58 


893,156 


- 1 






















18 


152 


I 

2.026 




3,540 


1 


3 


17,009 






2 


T,-3 






1 1 











COUNTY 



3 


9 


50,628 


















Airdox Machines. b Armstrong Coal Breakers. 



For Shooting Overburden. 



48 



II PRODUCTION- 
MERCER 



fe 


Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 


Disposition of output — tons 


2 
B 

9 

a 
•§ 
o> 



S 


1 


O to 


3 8 

ill 

III 

H 


a 
•a 8 




L-63 


LOCAL MINE 

Eddington Coal Co., #2... 


Littleton 


249 








249 















MONTGOMERY 



SHIPPING MINE 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp., "Crown' 



273,325 



PEORIA 



L-6 


LOCAL MINES 

0. W. Lightbody Coal Co 


Glasford 


10,060 

1,662 
8,138 








9,237 


L-14 


Charter Oak Coal Co 










1,612 
8,138 

5,876 


L-32 


Big Bear Coal Co 










L-84 


Peoria 

Potts town 


5,876 
1,221 
6,936 
2,160 








L-125 


Collins Bros. Coal Co., "Liberty #1" 








1,221 


L-126 









6,936 


L-130 




Glasford 








2,160 


L-143 


Lingenfelter Coal Co., #5 


9,061 

137,829 

135,732 

21,456 

252 

331 








9,061 


L-146 


Laura-- 








137,629 


L-150 










135,682 


L-156 


J. & J. Coal Co., Inc, #2 

Albrecht Coal Co., #3 








21,456 


L-158 


Mapleton 

Mapleton 






252 


L-159 


T. & S. Coal Co., #1. 

Tennel & Walters Coal Co., #2 








331 


L-160 


5,640 
3,426 








5,640 


L-161 


Bartonville 








3,426 
















349,780 






21,456 


327,201 













S-5 


SHIPPING MINES 

Big 5 Coal Co., #1 

Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Pyramid" 

The United Electric Coal Cos., 

"Fidelity #11" 


Pinckneyville 

Pinckney ville 


7,588 
400,789 

1,240,418 
1,156,065 

595,066 
24,500 


4,895 
387,733 

1,097,234 
1,137,051 

575,680 
24,500 






2,393 


S-13 


10,318 

19,037 
9,251 

15,319 




798 


S-14 






S-32 


Union Colliery Co., "New Kathleen" 

Truax-Traer Coal Co., #2 

White Bros. Coal Co., #1 

Total — 6 mines 

LOCAL MINE 


DuQuoin 

Pinckneyville 

Pinckneyville 

DuQuoin 




9,290 


S-33 




1,186 


L-34 
















3,424,426 


3,227,093 


53,925 




125,927 








L-31 


819 























TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



49 



Disposition of 
output — tons 


>> 

1 


| 

'■8 « 

££ 

r. o 

P 


Explosives used for blasting 
coal and e overburden 


Number 
of- 


>> 

■a 
a a 

si 

JI 


>> 

Xl 

a 

s'| 


a 

il 
|1 

.5 

o E 
H 


h 
ii 

!! 




T3 

Is 
i'a 
Ij 
ii 


2 
"5 

1.9 

in 

< 


1 

i 


J, 

Is 

CM 


1 
11 

1! 

P 


1 
8 

3 tn 

"I'd 

Eg 
Ph 


S 

a 

si 


2 
o 


a 

3 
O 

"O 

a 

a 






2 


25 




200 












I 
249 L-63 





















COUNTY 



8 4 1,602,483 



COUNTY 





823 


12 
7 
7 
19 
8 
11 
1 
4 
31 
25 
10 
1 
2 
4 
2 


140 

125, 

236: 


2,000 
500 






1 
1 
2 

1 

3 


2 


10,060 
1,662 
8,138 
5,876 
1,221 
6,936 






2 


L-6 


50 


25 


3J00 
900 






L-14 








L-32 






155L. 












L-84 






90 

2291 

140! 


300 
550 








2 
1 


L-125 






400 


1,350 






L-126 








2,160 




L-130 






169 

214 


3,000 












9.061 1 

137,829 

135,732! 

21,456.— 
252.... 

33l| 

5,640 

3,426 


L-143 


200 
















L-146 


50 


276... 
















L-150 




31 






















10 1 " " 




150 












L-158 






37 

163 

60 


50 
100 












L-159 





































L-161 






















300 


823 


144 


2,075! 

1 


6,500 


575 


5,950 


9 5 


33,893 




315,887 ; 8 



















300 


"T940 
10,842 

2,881 


13 
132 

159 
334 

81 
7 


101 
159 

219 
237 

141 
145 


250 










1 




7,588 




2 


S-5 






'323,980 

'2,256,072 

95,755 


37,500 








400,789 
1,240,418 


S-13 


1,045 














S-14 


alO 






6 


9 


1,156,065 












'1,033,283 


43,400 
'4,100 




595,066 
24,500 












12,000 










L-34 




















1,818 


15,663 


726 


1,002 


250 




1,721,090 


85,000 


6 


10 


1,156,065 


7,588 2,260,773 


2 








5 


88 




1,100 












819 




1 


L-31 





















Airdox Machines. e For Shootin? Overburden. 



50 



II PRODUCTION- 
RANDOLPH 





Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 


Disposition of output— tons 


I 

a 

c 

M 
■ 

a 
a 

3 


I 


tat 
1 = 1 

§§•§ 


S | 
2*2 2 
ill 

ii~ - 

I 58 


c 

"Sff-a 

I a 


it 


S-7 


SHIPPING MINE8 

Southwestern 111. Coal Corp., 




812,911 
624,526 
42,082 


754,806 
578,703 
27,388 


9,606 




48,418 


S-17 


Zeigler Coal & Coke Co., "Bradbury" 

RitterCoal Co., #3 „ 






45,823 


S-18 




12,000 




2,694 












1,479,519 


1,360,897 


21,606 




96,935 




LOCAL MINES 

tWestern Coal Co 








L-7 


3,415 
326 









3,415 


L-7 








216 

















3,741 




- - 1 


3,631 










1 





S-10 


SHIPPING MINES 

Peabody Coal Co., "St. Ellen" 


O'Fallon 


1,218,768 
648,079 
552,647 

727,399 


822,580 
200,059 
552,647 

556,412 


281 
22,950 




389,391 


S-93 




Lenzburg 




425,070 


S-94 


Peabody Coal Co., "River King" 

Mid-Continent Coal Corp., "Green 






L-87 




83,077 




87,910 




Total— 4 mines 

LOCAL MINES 










3,146,893 


2,131,698 


106,308 




902,371 








L-23 


3,081 

240 

80,333 

8,618 

670,403 
100,191 








3,081 


L-43 




Belleville 

Belleville 








181 


L-70 


Belle Valley Coal Co 








80,333 


L-73 


Shiloh Valley Coal Co 


Belleville 

Millstadt 








8,482 


L-90 










670,403 


L-91 










100,191 


















862,866 








862,671 

















t Number of employees, mining machines, motors and animals averaged account different management, same mine. 



TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



51 



Disposition of 
output — tons 


1 

o 
"B. 

1 
1 


■g ° 

oj O 

Q 


Explosives used for blasting 
coal and "overburden 


Number 
of- 


Tons mined by 
machine 


Tons mined by 
hand 


Tons mined in 
strip mines 


s 
Is 

■a s 

t- d 

5 5 
2; 




Tons consumed 
at the mine 

All coal not sold 
including 
waste 


"f 

-a 
o 


P. 


Dynamite — 
pounds 


Permissibles- 
pounds 


Ii 

III! 


1 

3 
P 

i 
i 






101 
132 
13 






42,350 


d"l,9S9,268 
"258,631 








812,911 


S-7 




1691 »4 
130. 




3 




624,526 




S-17 






4,000 


"23,000 







42,082. 


S-18 
















246 


503! 


46,350 


2 9-0 899 


3 




624,526 




854,993 .... 



















ill' 

1 

191 62L 


l,000j 1 1 


3.415 






2 
2 


L-7 


40J 70 


IS 1 s 


1 . .... 


25 1-| 326 






L-7 












40j 70| 17, 70|... 1,025| Ij Ij 3,74, 






2 








1 



2,357 


4,159 


376 
70 
118 

129 


220 
228 
96 

221 


al 






9,724 
29,362 


5 


Ifi 


1,218,768 






S-10 




"714,965 
"26,100 






648,079;.... 
552,647 .... 


S-93 
















S-94 






»3 






........ 

2|.„. 


727,399 




L-87 


















2,357 


4,159 


693 


765 






741,065 


39,086 


7 16J1, 946,167 




1,200,726.... 














10 
1 
40 
16 

81 
36 


73 
29 
174 
136 

245 

184 


20 

s 


1,500 












3,081 
240 




2 
1 


L-23 


30 


29 














L-43 











1 


4 




L-70 






2,000 






1 


8,618 






670,403 
100,191 


2 


L-73 






"482,266 
61,150 


L-90 










4,250 










L-91 




















166 


29 


184 


841 


30 


3,500 


4,250 


543,416 


21 5 


88,951 


3,321 


770,594 


5 





Airdox Machines. 



For Shooting Overburden. 



52 



II PRODUCTION- 
SALINE 





Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 




Disposition of output — tons 




.a 
B 

3 
C 

9 
«3 

a 

a 
c 


3 


ill 


o | 

goft 

Jli 


1st 
■SjHl 




S-l 


SHIPPING MINES 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #6 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #5 


Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Carrier Mills 

Carrier Mills 


594,624 
458,045 
480,499 

56,186 

220,708 

547,280 

9,766 

41,000 


592,442 
453,907 
476,096 

55,882 

220,513 

547,280 

9,766 

41,000 


320 
201 
220 




1,862 






3,793 






4,031 




Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #7 




293 












Saxton Coal Corp., "Walnut Grove #2".. 






































2,408,108 


2,396,886 




741 




9,979 




LOCAL MINES 


Harrisburg 








2,990 
40,000 

4,600 
25,645 

2,000 
31,532 

4,172 

3,887 
16,665 

3,200 






2,990 
40,000 






tVinyard Coal Co., #1 

tLiberty Coal Co., #2 
















4,600 




Sha wneetown 






25,645 
2,000 

31,532 
4,172 
3,887 

16,665 






Vinyard Coal Co., #3 










Harrisburg 

Elizabethtown 

Harrisburg 

Shawnee town 

Marion 




















Barbie Dee Mines, Inc 

Richardson Coal Corp., #4 






















3,200 
















134,691 








126,891 


7,800 



















LOCAL MINES 




92,800 

24,039 








92,800 














24,029 


















116,839 








116,829 



















LOCAL MINES 


Rushville 

Rushville 


1,907 

10,476 

5,228 

863 








1,907 












10,476 












5,228 














863 


















18,474 








18,474 

















t Number of employees, mining machines, motors and animals averaged account different management, same mine. 



TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



53 



Disposition of 
output — tons 


1 

a 



1 


S.2 
°2 

03 O 
P 


Explosives used for blasting 
coal and e overburden 


Number 
of— 


T3 

I 5 


>> 

§ 

■J 

eT 


i.l 
i! 


h 

•3 g 

-- r 

1 s 

3 3 




-a 

Is 

11 

o« 


1 

1.1 

■< 


1 
I 


1 

.S o 

2 a 


i 

i- 

ll 

Q 


1 

j 

11 

II 


a 

Is 
s 


| 




,0 

a 

3 
T3 

a 






159 
221 
210 
93 
204 
69 
2 
9 


170 
187 
184 
108 
50 
322 
203 
137 






d »935,995 
"253,400 












594,624 






144 


»4 
»4 






4 
4 
'1 
3 


9 
8 
2 
3 


458,045 
480,499 
56,186 
220,708 






152 












2 




11 














195 


.4 




















'3, 000, 000 
3,000 






547,280 
9,766 
41,000 






























7,000 
































502 967| 1,361 






4,192,395 


7,000 


11 


22 


1,215,438 


... .1,192,670 


2 
















2 

10 
8 
8 
3 

13 
2 
4 
8 
3 


48 
127 
28 
153 
27 
89 
61 
89 
































elO.OOO 












40,000'.... 

4,600!.... 
25,6451.... 

2,000'.. 
31,532! 

4.172 1 -... 

3,887.... 
16,665.... 

3,200-__. 


































3,150 




















"2,000 
2,000 




















2,000 




























L-104 




























93 
30 








1,400 






















150 








































53 745 






14,000 


6,700 






1 


134 691 


















'""" 1 













52 

24 


184 
142 


•1 








1 
2 


4 

1 


92,800 
24,039 








10 








11,400 


j 


4 
















10 




76 


326 








11,400 


3 


5 


116,839 


1 


4 














1 """ 









9 
18 
4 
2 


65 
165 
186 

84 


173 


100 
3,350 












1,907 




1 
2 












2 


1 


10,476 




L-6 












5,228 
863 










2,100 






































33 


500 


173 


5,550 






2 


1 


10,476 


1,907 


6,091 


3 















Airdox Machines. 



For Shooting Overburden. ' Continuous Miners. 



54 



II PRODUCTION- 
VERMILION 



Name of operator 



Post office 

address of the 

mine 



Disposition of output— tons 



"8 „ 5 

Bus 

— oft 



"Is 
lis 



ill 






SHIPPING MINES 



S-61 
S-63 

L-220 



Fairview Collieries Corp., "Harmattan" 
The United Electric Coal Cos., 

"Mary Moore #25" 

V-Day Coal Co 



Total — 3 mines. 



LOCAL MINES 



S-62 | Two Rivers Coal Co 

L-16 B-10 Coal Co 

L-215 Deep Valley Coal Co 

L-217 IBlue Lake Coal Co 

L-236 Uuzaitis Coal Co 

L-237 j Seymour & Sons Coal Co. 



Total — 6 mines. 



Danville - 
Danville - 



Danville. 
Catlin.... 
Danville . 
Catlin.... 
Danville . 
Oakwood. 



315,829 


313,092, 
20,390.. 


2,703... 


34 


42,437 




22,047 








1,031,043 


895, 464 | 


8,631 .. 


124,760 







14,449. 

2,947|. 
2,859!. 
12,752 . 
1,0761. 

2::, 022 . 



57,105 



14,449 

2, '859 
12,752 

1,076 
23,022 



57,055 



WASHINGTON 



S-3 


SHIPPING MINE 

BoisCoal Co., "Kuhn" 


DuBois 


15,596 


10,500 






4,646 




LOCAL MINK 


Venedy 








L-2 


20,110 








19,810 















- : . i 'I',.. MINE 



Wilmington Coal Mining Corp. 



TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



55 



Disposition of 
output— tons 


1 

a 
3 


Ij 

<a o 
Q 


Explosives used for blasting 
coal and "overburden 


Number 
of- 


>> 

9 c 

I s 


>• 

1 
I 1 


il 

1! 


II 

!I 

z 


i 

a 

a 
a 

1 
a 

.9 


eg 

H 
8.8 


| 

ill 

-.9 =s 


1 
t 

1 


i 


A 
•3-3 


i 

1-8 

ag 


1 
11 

.sa 


2 

| 






100 

37 
24 


170 

175 

138 






81,835 
10,550 












672,777 
315,829 




8-61 


















S-63 




»1 






i 


3 


42,437 




L-220 






















161 


483 






92,385 




i 


3 


42,437 




988,606 






















6 


HI 




1,550 














14,449 


.... 


S-62 






12; 241! 

9 118. 

121 194| 

21 132.. 

6! 50 






I . 




L-16 




1,600 

3,300 

300 

2,500 





i i 


2,859 
12,752 






L-215 








2 


3 








L-217 












1,076 
23,022 




L-236 


















L-237 




















50 


47 ! 7RS 1 


10,106 


1 




4 


4 


18,558 




38.547 


1 


























134,178.... S-3 



Airdox Machines. 



For Shooting Overburden. 



56 



II PRODUCTION- 
WILLIAMSON 





Name of operator 


Post office 

address of the 

mine 




Disposit 


ion of output — tons 




£ 

E 

3 
X 

H 

a 

B 
| 

1 


o 

H 


1*1 

c gig 


S 8 

TJTl'S 

"goo. 

e 5 o 
o ^ u 

H 


a 

-X » E 

O «J2 
— X> a 

ego 


si 

o r 

I 1 


S-4 


SHIPPING MINES 




784,781 
757,081 
47,438 

185,605 

941,548 

409,061 

315,158 

151,901 

1,220,034 

737,939 

12,376 

21,142 

12,725 

40,749 

4,781 

4,079 

995 

5,879 

6,726 

22,000 

25,670 

5,050 

413 

45,860 

43,505 

1,735 

784 


601,540 
735,309 
34,195 

173,830 
885,572 
383,877 
287,131 
146,292 
1,201,692 
736,054 


180,913 
13,053 




330 


S-83 


Bell & Zoller Coal Co., "Buckhorn" 

McHorn Coal Co., "Turner #1" 


Johnston City 




6,537 


S-84 




13,243 


S-87 




Carter ville 


6,195 

5! 372 
26,818 




5,580 


S-88 


Bell & Zoller Coal Co., #3 




37,318 


S-92 






19,812 
832 


S-94 








S-96 


Blue Bird Coal Co., #8 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp., #4 

Stonefort Corporation "Will Scarlet" 

Cherry Hill Coal Co., #1 

C. & C. Coal Co., #1 


Harrisburg 

Marion. 




5,609 


S-99 


17,264 
1,382 
5,403 




1,078 


S-100 




258 


L-42 






6,973 


L-175 




3,754 
3,854 

24,963 
4,781 
4,079 
995 
5,879 
6,726 

22,000 

25,670 

5,050 

413 

45,860 




17,354 


L-190 






8,871 


L-195 






125 




15,661 


L-212 


Stilley Coal Co., #1 






L-213 


Farley Bros. Black Dot #1 


Carter ville 

Carterville 








L-217 


Wyvan K Coal Co., #1 








L-219 










L-220 


Wilkins Coal Co 










L-221 


P. &R. Coal Co., #1___ 










L-222 


Shawnee town 








L-224 


Big Three Coal Co., #2 








L-225 


Carterville 








L-227 


Liberty Coal Co., #1 








L-229 


Carterville 


43,505 






L-231 


Big Three Coal Co., #3 

Stilley Coal Co., #2 


1,735 

784 






L-232 
























5,805,015 


5,342,035 


316,923 




139,456 




LOCAL MINES 




.... 


L-16 


917 

14,325 

64,061 

1,978 

6,610 

12,508 

800 

41,777 

945 

211 

1,400 

283 

119 








917 


L-32 












14,325 


L-47 












64,061 


L-146 


Blue Bell Coal Co., #1 

Blue Blaze Coal Co 










1,978 


L-174 


Carterville 

Creal Springs 

Carterville 








6,600 


L-177 


Parton Coal Co., #2 

Tregoning Coal Co., #1. 

New Black Diamond Coal Co., #8 

New Walnut Valley Coal Co., #2. _ 








12,508 


L-178 








800 


L-201 








41,777 


L-208 


Marion 

Marion 








945 


L-226 


Yearack Coal Co., #2 

Marshall Coal Co., #1 

Easley Coal Co., #1 

Easley Coal Co., #2 

Total— 13 mines 








211 


L-228 








1,400 


L-230 


Marion 

Marion 








283 


L-233 








119 














145,934 








145,924 

















TABLE 10— Continued 
COUNTY 



57 



Disposition of 
output — tons 




0! 

8.2 

II 

p 


Explosives used for blasting 
coal and 'overburden 


Number 
of- 


>> 
Xi 

T3 

c a 

Jl 


>> 

XI 

■a 

S-B 

I 3 


c 

il 
i 1 


h 




Is 

B 

a M 


2 

is 
ill 

< 


"ft 

a 

1 


be 
0> 


I 
■a 

§•1 

I 1 


1 

si 

P 


1 

J 

'5"0 
11 

<3 ft 


S 



P. 


£ 

3 
1 


S 

3 

a 

V 

i 
s 




""l~629 


100 
302 
14 

35 

309 

46 

97 

159 

275 

105 

23 

18 

34 

24 

8 

9 

10 

9 

12 

5 

6 

8 


213 
165 
237 

119 
195 
209 
244 

86 
243 
239 
102 
127 

97 
224 

58 

62 

58 
122 

33 
132 
146 

44 






^2, 693, 000 
1,000 


2,000 










784,781 




S-4 


553 


»4 




2 
1 


13 
2 


757,081 
47,438 




S-83 








7,239 








S 84 










e232,700 
11,250 




185,605 




S 87 


1,765 




»4 






6 20 


941,548 




S-88 






e464,325 


20,850 






409,061 




S-92 


377 




*3 

=3 
"6 






4 


315,158 
151,901 




S 94 










3j 9 
6, 10 








S-96 












1,220,034 








S-99 


245 






"2,472,395 






737,939 


~"i 


S-100 










1 

1 
1 


1 
2 
1 
2 


12,376 
21,142 
12,725 
40,749 




L-42 


34 




»1 

*>2 










L-175 














3 


L-190 
















L-195 








16,000 
4,200 
2,100 
2,350 
1,800 


4,000 




4,781 
4,079 




L-212 


















L-213 




















5,879.-11 
6,726 

22,000 

25,670 

5,050;_.__ 
4131.... 

45,860.... 

43,505 


L-217 




















L-219 




















L-220 








2,200 












L-221 








2,000 










L-222 




















L-224 






4 20 






400 












L-225 






9 

12 
8 
8 


136 

115 

24 

6 






5,000 










L-227 










10,600 










L-229 




















1,7351 -. T-231 










3,200 


1,000 










784 ■_ 


L-232 
























4,972 


1,629 


1,649 


3,456 




2,200 


5,915,320 


42,089 


26 


fiO 


3,520,152 




2,284,863 


7 








9 
19 
25 
11 

4 
19 

4 
24 
12 

4 

5 

3 


70 
121 
214 
68 
76 
101 
48 
195 
27 
12 
30 
5 
5 


b2 
""I] 

t>2 


200 








~~~2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

"""2 


917 
14,325 
64,061 
1,978 
6,610 






3 


L-16 














L-32 


















L-47 






800 












L-146 


10 














L-174 










12,508 








L-177 






800 






800 

41,777 

945 






1 


L-178 














L-201 






300 












L-208 








70 




211 

1,400 

283 

119 


L-226 










700 










L-228 




















L-230 






















L-233 






















10 


142 


972 




2,100 


700 


70 


9 


12 


143,921 




2,013 


5 




1 







Airdox Machines. 



Armstrong Coal Breakers. 



For Shooting Overburden. 



58 



RECAPITULATION 



II PRODUCTION- 





Disposition of output— tons 




I 


Tons loaded 
on cars for 
shipment 


2 | 

§'2 8 
H 


Is 
1-1 

■Ijl 

§§.2 


S3 

ll 




44,532,214 
2,150,675 


38,206,420 


914,022 1.450.365 


3,743,282 






334,457 


1,799,195 












46,682,889 


38,206,420 


914,022 


1,784,822 


5,542,477 







59 



TABLE 10-Concluded 



RECAPITULATION 



Disposition of 






Explosives used for blasting 


Number 










output — tons 


1 

a 

B 

3 


1 

|l 
■g g 

"ft 

=8 O 




coal and eoverburde 


a 


of— 


>> 

.o 


■a 

c 

ll 


ll 

as 




11 

8.2 


2 

h 


1 

I 


I 

XI 

H 


1 
II 

5>» 


1 

.a a 

S3 n 


S 

i 

3 


2 

o 


2t3 
S a 

H 

ll 

3 3 


H 


< 


H 


P 


<s 


fh 


Q 


(S 


j£j 


a 


H 


H 


H 


^ 


59,817 


158,308 


11,604 


15,045 


270 


48,550 


20,091,376 


1,301,165 


140 


381 


26,069,830 


23,184 


18,439,200 


24 


7,493 


9,530 


1,177 


11,452 


365 


57,796 


41,725 


604,291 


54 


59 697,604 


8,292 


1,444,779 


55 


67,310 


167,838 


12,781 


26,497 


635 


106,346 


20,133,101 


1,905,456 


194 


440 26,767,434 


31,476 


19,883,979 


79 



For blasting Overburden, strip mines. 



37 Mines using 125 Airdox Machines. 
7 Mines using 19 Armstrong Coal Breakers. 

1 Mine using Chemechol 

2 Mines using L. O. X. 

22 Mines using 21,607,602 Lbs. of Explosives to blast overburden. 
5 Mines using 32 Continuous Miners. 



60 



Production — Table 11 — Railroads handling coal — tons sold to rail- 
roads SERVING MINES — TONS SOLD TO RAILROADS NOT SERVING MINES — 1957 



Operators 


Names of railroads 


Tons 
shipped 

to 
market 


Tons 

sold 

to 

railroads 

serving 

mines 


Tons 
sold to 
railroads 

not 
serving 
mines 


Tons 

to 
loco- 
motives 
at 
chute 


Total 

tons 
handled 

by 
railroads 


Bureau County 
Midland Electric Coal Corp., #1 


C. R. I. & P. 


789,487 


24,524 






814,011 




I. C 

N. Y. C 

C. &E. I 






Christian County 
Peabody Coal Co., #17 


1,953,617 
2,389 
9,744 

3,526,143 








1,953,617 










2,389 












Peabody Coal Co., #10 


C. & I. M 


9,225 






3,535,368 










Total _ 


5,491,893 


9,225 






5,501 118 




B. &0 








Douglas County 
Moffat Coal Co.- 


238,049 








238,049 




C. B. &Q 










Franklin County 
Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin Coal Co., 


288,155 
256,338 
316,476 
135,520 
357,648 
200,366 
221,784 
116,898 
642,632 
524,701 
379,050 
335,515 
489,806 


19,757 
379 
473 






307,912 
256,717 




C. &E. I 








I. C 






316,949 
135,520 




Mo. Pac 






Old Ben Coal Corp., #14 


C. B. &Q 


1,615 
5,146 






359,263 




I. C . 






205,512 
221,784 




Mo. Pac 








C. &E. I 








116,898 


Old Ben Coal Corp., #22 


C. B. &Q 




49,043 
2,098 
4,176 






691,675 


Old Ben Coal Corp., #9 


C. B. &Q_... 






526,799 




I. C 






383,226 




Mo. Pac - 






335,515 




C. &E. I 


157 






489,963 












Total 


4,264,889 


82,844 






4,347,733 




C. B. &Q 






Fulton County 
Little Sister Coal Corp 


244,798 
23,364 
384,674 
502,631 
312,156 
45,246 
1,172,352 
142,232 
400,496 
199,162 


53 






244,851 


Pschirrer Coal Co., #3 


C. B. &Q. .. 






23,364 


Truax-Traer Coal Co 


C. B. &Q 


21,119 
6,867 






405,793 


The United Electric Coal Cos., #9 


C. B. &Q 






509,498 




T. P. & W.___ 






312,156 


The United Electric Coal Cos., #17 


C. B. &Q 








45,246 




U. E. C. C 

C. B.&Q.... 








1,172,352 


Big Ten Coal Co 








142,232 


Fairview Collieries Corp 


M. &S. L 


944 
3,082 






401,440 




C. B. &Q 

C. &N. W 






202,244 




23,485 

7,172 




23,485 




C. R. I. P 

C. B. &Q_ 


"""215^326 






7,172 


Peabody Coal Co., Key #1 & #2 




215,326 


Bruketta & Sons Coal Co 


C. B.&Q 




2,733 




2,733 














Total 


3,642,437 


32,065 


33,390 




3,707,892 




C. B. &Q 

C. B. &Q 

C. B. &Q_... 




Henry County 
Bugos White Coal Co 


43,536 
17,525 
3,467 








3,536 


Shuler Coal Co 








17,525 


Alpha Coal Co 








3,467 














Total 


64,528 








64,528 


1 













61 



II PRODUCTION— TABLE 11— Continued 



Operators 


Names of railroads 


Tons 
shipped 

to 
market 


Tons 

sold 

to 

railroads 

serving 

mines 


Tons 
sold to 
railroads 

not 
serving 
mines 


Tons 

to Total 

loco- tons 

motives handled 

at by 

chute railroads 


Jackson County 
Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Strip" 


I. C 


312,917 
135,053 
386,184 
166,674 
81,352 


4,894 
807 
6,039 
997 
54 
166 
699 
51 






317,811 






135,860 


Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Drift" 


I. C 

Mo. Pac 

I. C 

T. R. R. A. of St. L 






392,223 






167,671 


Elk Coal Co., #1 






81,406 






166 




B. R. C 

C N S. & M 
















51 




I. C 

I. C 

I. C 


11,517 
2,900 
2,606 






11,517 


Sand Hill Coal Co 

Farley Bros. "Black Dot #2" 








2,900 








2,606 












1,099,203 


13,707 






1,112,910 




C. B. &Q 








Jefferson County 
Freeman Coal Mining Corp., "Orient #3". 


985,384 

1,362,413 

554,660 

3,652 


30,783 

287 
102 






1,016,167 


I. C 

Mo. Pac 

C. &E. I 


1,362,700 








554,762 








3,652 
















2,906,109 


31,172 






2,937,281 




G. M. &0 








Kankakee County 
Peabody Coal Co., "Northern" 


302,122 
302,122 








302,122 


A. T. &S. F 


1,189 






303,311 












604,244 


1,189 






605,433 




C. B. &Q 








Knox County 
Stonefort Corporation "Little John" 






3,463 




3,463 


G. &G. E 


402,992 
309,377 






402,992 


Midland Electric Coal Corp., #2 


C. N. W 

C. R. I. & P 


2,285 






311,662 


1,125 




1,125 




M. & St. L 


363,181 
189,341 


298 
88,307 




363,479 


Midland Electric Coal Corp., #3 


C.N. W 

C. R. I. & P 






277,648 


1,549 
208 




1,549 




C. St. P. M. & O 








208 




M. &St. L 

C. R. I. & P 


402,350 
97,727 






402,350 




5,946 






103,673 












Total 


1,764,968 


96,836 


6,345 




1,868,149 




111. Term 

G. M. &0.-C. B. &Q- 
Wabash 






Macoupin County 


308,242 
53,186 








308,242 


Virden Mining Corp 


3,190 






56,376 












Total 


361,428 


3,190 






364,618 




N. Y. C 

C. &E. I 








Madison County 
The Livingston-Mt. Olive Coal Co., #1.„. 


27,479 
58,113 


575 

1,150 

8,068 

554 

612 

34 






28,054 






59,263 




C.W.I 

B. R. C 






8,068 








554 








612 




L. &M 


98,275 






98,309 






7^290 

258 

21,893 

284 

1,890 




2S.669 




Wabash 








7,290 












258 




Can. Nat'l. 








21,893 












284 




C. &N. W. 








1,890 




Penn 


4,587 






4,587 












Total 


188,454 


10,993 


60,284 




259,731 











62 



II PRODUCTION-TABLE 11— Continued 



Operators 


Names of railroads 


Tons 
shipped 

to 
market 


Tons 

sold 

to 

railroads 

serving 

mines 


Tons 
sold to 
railroads 

not 
serving 
mines 


Tons 

to 
loco- 
motives 
at 
chute 


Total 

tons 
handled 

by 
railroads 


Marion County 


I.C 

C.B.&Q 


6,159 
20,926 








6,159 




2,857 






23,783 










Total 


27,085 


2,857 






29,942 




I.C 






Montgomery County 


1,329,158 








1,329,158 












Perry County 
Big 5 Coal Co 




4,895 
8,687 
1,631 

15,449 
3,588 
9,251 

12,877 
2,442 






4,895 


Truax-Traer Coal Co 


I.C 

Mo. Pac 


135,191 
252,542 
501,436 
595,798 
1,137,051 
200,789 
374,891 
24,500 






143,878 








254,173 


The United Electric Coal Cos., #11 


I.C 

Mo. Pac 

I.C 

I.C 

Mo. Pac 

I.C 






516,885 








599,386 


Union Colliery Co 

Truax-Traer Coal Co., #2 






1,146,302 






213,666 








377,333 


White Bros. Coal Co., #1 






24,500 












Total . 


3,222,198 


58,820 






3,281,018 




Mo. Pac 

G. M. &0 








Randolph County 


489,575 
265,231 
578,703 
27,388 


3,539 
6,067 






493,114 








271,298 




M.&I.... 






578,703 


Ritter Coal Co., #3 


G. M. &O 


12,000 






39,388 










Total 


1,360,897 


21,606 










111. Term 








St. Clair County 
Peabody Coal Co., "St. Ellen" 


822,580 
200,059 


281 






822,861 




I.C 

Can. Nat'l 






200,059 






22,950 




22,950 




St. L. Bell Elec 


552,647 
556,412 






552,647 




I.C 


83,077 






639,489 










Total 


2,131,698 


83,358 


22,950 




2,238,006 




C. C.C. &St. L 

C.C. C. &St. L 

C. C.C. A St. L 

C. C. C. A St. L_ 

N. Y. C 

N. Y. C 

N. Y. C 

N. Y. C 






Saline County 
Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #6 


592,442 
453,907 
476,096 
55,882 
220,513 
547,280 

~"~i~i~,wb 


320 
201 
220 






592,762 








454,108 








476,316 








55,882 


Peabody Coal Co., #43.... 








220,513 


Saxton Coal Corp., #2 








547,280 






9,766 




9,766 


New Oak Hill Coal Co., #3 




41,000 












Total 


2,387,120 


741 


9,766 




2,397,627 




P. AE 






Vermilion County 


561,982 


255 






562,237 




Wabash 


321 
1,333 
4,019 




321 












1,333 












4,019 




C. A E. I 


313,092 
20,390 


2,703 




315,795 


V- Day Coal Co 


N. Y. C 






20,390 












Total 


895,464 


2,958 


5,673 




904,095 











63 



II PRODUCTION-TABLE 11-Concluded 



Operators 


Names of railroads 


Tons 
shipped 

to 
market 


Tons 

sold 

to 

railroads 

serving 

mines 


Tons 
sold to 
railroads 

not 
serving 
mines 


Tons 

to 
loco- 
motives 

at 
chute 


Total 

tons 
handled 

by 
railroads 


Washington County 


I. C 

G. M. &O 


10,500 








10,500 










Will County 
Wilmington Coal Mining Corp 


67,182 








67,182 


I. C 

N. Y. C 

C. N. R 










Williamson County 


537,411 
64,129 


9,976 






547,387 




:::::::::: 




64,129 









160,513 
8,756 
1,668 




160,513 
8,756 








C. G. W 

C. &E. I... 


" "415^217 
141,721 
100,682 
77,689 
34,195 
173,830 


104 

613 




1,668 






415,321 




I.C 

C. B. &Q 






142,334 




12,336 




113,018 










77,689 




N. Y. C. 

I.C 








34,195 




319 

5,876 

16,031 

813 

49 

5,160 






174,149 








5,876 




I.C - 

C. B. &Q 


393,756 
302,684 
189,132 
291,284 
50,015 
42,578 
287,131 






409,787 








303,497 










189,181 


Peabody Coal Co., "Energy" 


C. B. &Q 

I.C 






296,444 


107 
105 




50,122 










42,683 




I.C 

C. N. R 

Grand Trunk W 


9,866 




296,997 




15,088 

1,810 

54 

146,292 




15,088 






1,810 












54 


Blue Bird Coal Co., #8 


N. Y. C 

I.C 

C. &E. I 

Mo. Pac 

N. Y. C 

N. Y. C 

N. Y. C 

I.C 

N. Y. C_ 

C. & E. I . 


~~355~361 

703,891 

142,440 

736,054 

5,403 

3,754 

3,854 

i',m 

4,079 

995 

5,879 

6,726 

22,000 

25,670 

5,050 

413 

45,860 

43,505 

1,735 

784 


17^114 

150 




146,292 






372,475 








704,041 








142,440 




1,382 






737,436 


Cherry Hill Coal Co 

C. &C. Coal Co 






5,403 








3,754 


Black Crystal Coal Co 








3,854 






25,088 




25,088 


Stilley Coal Co., #1 




4,781 


Farley Bros. "Black Dot #1" 


C. &E. I 








4,079 


Wyvan K Coal Co 


I.C. 

C. & E. I . 








995 










5,879 




C. & E. I 








6,726 
22,000 


P. &R. Coal Co., #1-- 


C. &E. I 








Wenzel Const. Co., #2 „ 


C. &E. I ... 








26,670 


Big Three Coal Co., #2 


C. &E. I 








5,050 




C. & E. I 








413 


Liberty Coal Co., #1. 


C. &E. L„_ 








45,860 




C. &E. I 

C. &E. I 

C. &E. I 








43,505 
1,735 


Big Three Coal Co., #3 








Stilley Coal Co., #2 








784 














Total - 


5,219,688 


67,453 


371,817 




5,658,958 










Grand Total 


38,066,679 


643,538 


510,225 




39,120,442 











64 



II Production — Table 12 — Special preparation plants 



Name of operator 



Address 


Type and make of 
installation 


Tonnage 

prepared 

or capacity 

of plant 


Alpha 


Oil Treating Plant 


3,600 


Belle Rive 




6,281 


Johnston City.. 


McNallv-Pittsburg 


757,081 


Chance Flotation Process 




Le wis town 

Harrisburg 

Stonefort 


171,374 




151,901 


McNally-Link Belt 


315,158 






West Frankfort. 

Elkville 

Fairview 

Danville 

Carter ville 

Farmersville 

Waltonville 




1,072,758 




*125 




637,585 




672,777 


MeXally Jig 


185,605 




1,602,483 


Deduster, Dry Cleaner and 


3,010,200 


Roberts & Schaefer Heavy 

Media and Air Washed 

Jeffrey 100 Unit Washer 

Link-Belt-Simon Carves 




Oillospie 

St. David 

Livingston 

CoUinsville 

Marissa 

Victoria 

Atkinson 

Farmington 

Farmington 

Murdock 

Staunton 

West Frankfort 

Buckner 

Valier 

Pawnee 

Pana 


1,220,034 

360,708 

•600 

*50 




565,601 


McNally-Pittsburg Jig Type.... 

Processed at Atkinson Plant 

McNally-Norton Mogul 


*500 
108,913 

875,544 


Link-Belt Simon Carves, 
Koppers Rheo-Bixby & 


692,245 


Link-Belt Simon Carves, Kop- 
pers Rheo Launder, Bixby 
Dryers & McNally-Norton 

Jeffrey =200 


690,504 
423,880 




198,146 


Heavy Media, American 
Cleaning Units-McNally 


1,457,228 


Calcium Chloride Washer, 

American Cleaning Units 

MeNally Tromp-Heavy Media, 


693,947 
698,235 




1,713,393 


Wet Washer .. 


292,040 




409,061 


Astoria 

Wilmington 

Freeburg 

O'Fallon 

Lenzburg 

Canton 

Sparta 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Percy . 

Victoria 

Stonefort 

DuQuoin 

Cuba 

DuQuoin. 


McNally-Pittsburg 


435,002 


McNally-Norton Washer & 


843,475 




552,647 


Jeffrey Jig & Robins Panborn 

McNally-Pittsburg Wash Box... 
Roberts & Shaefer Washer 


1,218,768 
648,079 
30,000 
25,000 




458,045 




594,624 




56,186 




480,499 


McNally-Pittsburg Washer 

McNally-Pittsburg Washer 


*500 
812,911 
406,455 


Link-Belt-Baughman Vertivane 


737,939 
*700 




828,135 




1,240,418 




1,234,861 


Danville 

Pinckneyville. . 

Elkville 

Elkville.. 

Fiatt 

Pinckneyville.. 
Danville 

Sparta 


Heavy Media 

McNallv-Pittsburg 


315,829 
595,066 


McNally-Norton Automatic Jig. 
McNally-Norton Automatic Jig. 


600,954 

486,938 

1,486,983 




400,789 


Belnap Roberts Schafer 
Calcium Chloride 

McNally-Pittsburg-Link-Belt... 


42,437 
624,526 



Alpha Coal Co 

Belle Rive Mining Co 

Bell & Zoller Coal Co., "Buckhorn" 

Bell & Zoller Coal Co., #3 

Big Ten Coal Co., "Bryant" 

Blue Bird Coal Co., #8_.__ 

Carmac Coal Co., "Carmac" 

Carmac Coal Co., "Delta" 

C. W. & F. Coal Co., "Orient #2" 

Elk Coal Co., #1 .. 

Fairview Collieries Corp., "Flamingo".. 
Fairview Collieries Corp., "Harmattan' 

Forsyth Carter ville Coal Co 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp., "Crown".. 
Freeman Coal Mining Corp., "Orient #3 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp., #4 

Little Dog Coal Co 

Little Sister Coal Corp... .. 

The Livingston-Mt. Olive #1 

Lumaghi Coal Co., #4 

Mid-Continent Coal Corp 

Midland Collieries. Inc., #5 

Midland Electric Coal Corp., #1 

Midland Electric Coal Corp., #2 

Midland Electric Coal Corp., #3 

Moffat Coal Co.... 

Mt. Olive & Staunton #2 

Old Ben Coal Corp., #9 

Old Ben Coal Corp., #14 

Old Ben Coal Corp., #22 

Peabody Coal Co., #10. 

Peabody Coal Co., #17 

Peabody Coal Co., "Energy" 
Peabody Coal Co., Key #1 & #2 
Peabody Coal Co., "Northern" 

Peabody Coal Co., "River King".. 

Peabody Coal Co., "St. Ellen" 

Peabody Coal Co., "Seminole" 

Pschirrer Coal Co 

Ritter Coal Co., #3 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #5 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #6 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #7 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #16 

Saxton Coal Corp., #2 

Southwestern 111. Corp 

Stonefort Corp., "Little John" 

Stonefort Corp., "Will Scarlet" 

Union Colliery 

The United Electric Coal Cos., #9 

The United Electric Coal Cos., #11 

The United Electric Coal Cos., #17 

The United Electric Coal Cos., #25 

Truax-TraerCoalCo., #2 

Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Drift" 

Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Strip".. . 
Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Red Ember"... 

Truax-Traer Coal Co., "Pyramid" 

V-Day Coal Co 

Zeigler Coal & Coke Co 



' Tons per hour. 



66 



II Production — Table 13 — Physical and mech 



H 

s 


County, name of operator and mines 


Poet office 
address 
of mine 


Tons of 

coal 

produced 

in 1957 


Num- 
ber 
of 

seam 


s-n 


, Bureau County 




875,544 

2,060,581 
3,677,757 

423,880 

1,072,758 
978,356 
698,235 

1,842,672 

599,633 
35,910 
1,486,983 
828,135 
1,234,861 
171,374 
637,585 
435,002 
10,093 

45,367 
20,211 
12,383 

486,938 
600,954 

98,081 
12,957 
2,900 
2,606 

3,010,200 
6,281 

843,475 

406,455 
692,245 
690,504 
108,913 


6 


S-7 


Christian County 


Pana 


6 


8-8 


Peabody Coal Co., #10. 




6 


S-l 


Douglas County 




6 


S-4 
S-10 


Franklin County 

Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin Coal Co., "Orient #2".. 
Old Ben Coal Corp., #14 


West Frankfort— 


6 
6 


8-14 






6 


S-20 


Old Ben Coal Corp., #9 


West Frankfort... 
St. David 


6 


S-2 


Fulton County 


5 


S-10 


Pschirrer Coal Co., #3 


5 


S-13 


Fiatt 


5 


S-14 


The United Electric Coal Cos., #9 


Cuba 


5 


S-15 






5 


S-39 


Big Ten Coal Co - 


Le wisto wn 

Fairview 


5 


8-40 




5 


S-43 


Peabody Coal Co., Key #1 & #2 


5 


L-108 




Fannington 


5 


8-2 


Henry County 
•Bugos White Coal Co - 


1 


S-2 




Alpha 


1 


L-198 








S-l 


Jackson County 


Elkville 


5 


S-l 




Elkville-- 


6 


L-28 


Elk Coal Co., #1 _ 


Elkville 


6 


L-62 


CAM. Coal Co... - 


Vergennes 


5 


L-64 


Sand Hill Coal Co., #1 


2 


L-65 






6 


S-3 


Jefferson County 


Waltonville 

Belle Rive 

Wilmington 


6 


S-4 




6 


S-l 


Kankakee County 


2& 7 


S-2 


Knox County 


6 


8-3 




Farmington 

Farmington. 


6 


8-3 




5 


S-4 




6 











Same mine, different management. 



67 



ANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SHIPPING MINES — 1957 



Thick- 


Shaft, 
slope, 

drift 
or 

strip 


Depth 

surface 

to 

seam 


Long 
wall 
or 

pillar 
and 

room 


Mining 


Haulage 


Hoisting 


Loading 


Open 

or 
closed 
lights 


Total tons 

of coal 

produced 

since mine 

opened 




ness 

of 
seam 

in 
feet 


Hand, 

machine 

or 

both 


Mechan- 
ical 
mule or 
both 


Steam 

or 
electric 


Hand, 

machine 

or 

both 


a 


4'1" 




45'9" 














| 
16,735,3641929 


7' 
7'2" 


Shaft 
Slope 


713' 
340' 


P&R 
P&R 


Machine 
Machine 


Motor 
Belt 


Electric 
Electric 


Machine 
Machine 


Closed 
Closed 


15,451,943|l949 
16,709,830 1952 


7' 


Shaft 


207' 


P&R 


Machine 


Motor 


Electric 


Machine 


Closed 


2,284,003 1946 


9'2" 
8'11" 
8'4" 

8'8" 


Shaft 
Shaft 
Shaft 
Shaft 


491' 
459' 
578' 
482' 


P&R 

Panel 
Panel 
Panel 


Machine 
Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Motor 
Motor 
Motor 
Motor 


Electric 
Electric 
Electric 
Electric 


Machine 
Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Closed 
Closed 
Closed 
Closed 


58,586,743 
32,485,451 
35,600,901 
25,521,991 


1924 
1910 
1918 
1912 


4'10" 


Strip 
Shaft 
Strip 
Strip 
Strip 
Strip 
Strip 
Strip 
Shaft 


56' 
150' 
50' 
70' 
57' 
35'-45' 
51' 
35' 
190' 














13,415,577 

1,811,052 

24,028,013 


1936 


4'2" 


P&R 


Machine 


Motor 


Steam 


Machine 


Open 


1936 
1935 


5' 
5' 














20,392,500 1924 
17,629,913 1937 


5'2" 














3,185,625 

11,737,937 

3,820,790 

179,526 


1942 


4'1" 














194? 


4'10" 














1948 


4' 


P&R 


Machine 


Motor 


Electric 


Machine 


Closed 


1936 


4'6" 
4'6" 
4'6" 


Shaft 
Shaft 
Slope 


267' 
267' 
157' 


P&R 
P&R 
P&R 


Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Motor 
Motor 
Motor 


Electric 
Electric 
Electric 


Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Closed 
Closed 
Closed 


2,268,166 

2,288,377 

170,181 


1923 
1923 
1947 


3' 


Strip 
Drift 

Shaft 
Strip 
Strip 
Strip 


25'-55' 
60'-90' 

145' 

18'-30' 

25' 

42' 














15,793,784 

9,179,233 

■1,104,372 

28,969 

2,900 

2,606 


1925 


7' 


P&R 
P&R 


Machine 
Machine 


Motors & 
Shuttle 
Cars 

Motor 




Machine 
Machine 


Closed 
Closed 


1941 


4' 


Electric 


1936 
1956 


5' 














1957 


3'6" 














1957 


9' 
1'9" 


Slope 
Strip 


800' 
18' 


Retreat 
Pillar 


Machine 


Motor & 
Belt 


Belt 


Machine 


Closed 


61281 


1947 
1957 


3' 


Strip 


70' 














• 6,241,982 


1928 


3'8" 


Strip 
Strip 
Strip 
Strip 


40 
45 
39 

28 














1 
10,945,991|1936 


4' 














16,843,035 1933 


3' 














11,230,040 1942 


3'7" 














120, 166; 1956 


















1 ' 



68 



II PRODUCTION- 



Ms 


County, name of operator and mines 


Post office 
address 
of mine 


Tons of 

coal 

produced 

in 1957 


Num- 
ber 
of 
seam 


S-3 


Macoupin County 
Little Dog Coal Co 




360,708 
70,632 

122,451 
198,146 
572,559 

50,628 

1,602,483 

7,588 

400,789 

1,240,418 

1,156,065 

595,066 

24,500 

812,911 
624,526 
42,082 

1,218,768 
648,079 
552,647 
727,399 

694,624 
458,045 

480,499 

56,186 

220,708 

547,280 
9,766 
41,000 

672,777 
315,829 
42,437 


6 


S-10 






6 


S-3 
S-6 


Madison County 
The Livingston-Mt. Olive Coal Co., #1 _ 


Livingston 


6 
6 


S-7 


Lumaghi Coal Co., #4 


Collins ville 


6 


S-l 


Marion County 


6 


S-4 


Montgomery County 


Farmersville 

Pinckney ville 

Pinckneyville 


6 


S-5 


Perry County 
Big 5 Coal Co 


6 


S-13 




6 


8-14 


The United Electric Coal Cos., #11 -.- 


6 


S-32 






6 


S-33 


Truax-Traer Coal Co., #2 


Pinckney ville 

Pinckneyville 


6 


L-34 


White Bros. Coal Co., #1 


6 


S-7 


Randolph County 


6 


S-17 






6 


S-18 


Ritter Coal Co., #3 




6 


S-10 


St. Clair County 




6 


S-93 




Lenzburg 


6 


S-94 




6 


L-87 






6 


S-l 
S-16 


Saline County 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #6 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #5 


Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Harrisburg 

Carrier Mills 

Carrier Mills 


6 
5 


S-39 


Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #16 


5 


S-40 
S-43 


Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #7 


5 

5 


S-61 




243 


L-98 




6 


L-101 


New Oak Hill Coal Co., #3 


6 


S-61 


Vermilion County 


7 


S-63 






7 


L-220 


V-Day Coal Co 




6 











TABLE 13— Continued 



69 



Thick- 


Shaft, 
slope, 

drift 
or 

strip 


Depth 

surface 

to 

seam 


Long 
wall 
or 

pillar 
and 

•room 


Mining 


Haulage 


Hoisting 


Loading 


Open 

or 
closed 
lights 


Total tons 

of coal 

produced 

since mine 

opened 




ness 

of 
seam 

in 
feet 


Hand, 

machine 

or 

both 


Mechan- 
ical 
mule or 
both 


Steam 

or 
electric 


Hand, 

machine 

or 

both 


0) 

E 9 


7'6" 
6'6" 


Shaft 
Shaft 


347' 
330' 


P&R 
P&R 


Machine 
Hand 


Motor 
Both 


Electric 
Steam 


Machine 
Hand 


Closed 
Closed 


8,916,130 
10,302,127 


1918 

1S92 


6' 

8' 


Shaft 
Shaft 
Slope 


280' 
312' 
196' 


P&R 
P&R 
P&R 


Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Motor 

Motor 
Motor 


Electric 

Steam 

Belt 


Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Closed 
Closed 
Closed 


19,112,472 
32,042,914 
4,019,205 


1905 
1904 
1950 


6'6" 


Shaft 


600' 


P&R 


Machine 


Motor 


Steam 


Machine 


Closed 


13,621,542 


1907 


7' 


Shaft 


354' 


P&R 


Machine 


Belt& 
Shuttle 
Cars 


Electric 


Machine 


Closed 


9,313,758 


1951 


6' 
5'10" 


Shaft 
Strip 
Strip 
Slope 
Strip 
Strip 


HC 

40'6" 
59' 
85' 

41'9" 
24' 


P&R 


Hand 


Both 


Steam 


Machine 


Closed 


344,096 
30,287,095 
34,072,010 
11,145,216 
4,687,488 
25,500 


1931 
19?6 


6' 














19?9 


6' 
5'2" 


P&R 


Machine 


Belt 


Belt 


Machine 


Closed 


1946 
1950 


6' 














1956 


6' 


Strip 
Slope 


58' 
203' 
35' 














18,694,100 

2,790,440 

178,245 


19S6 


6'6" 
6' 


P&R 


Machine 


Belt 


Belt 


Machine 


Closed 


1952 
1P53 


8'6" 

6'3" 


Slope 
Strip 
Strip 
Slope 


208' 
41' 
62' 

77' 


P&R 


Machine 


Motors 


Belt 


Machine 


Closed 


19,170,560 

6,343,563 

552,647 

5,379,867 


1903 
1948 


7' 














IB57 


7' 


P&R 


Machine 


Conveyor 


Electric 


Machine 


Closed 


1948 


4'6" 


Strip 
Slope 

Slope 

Slope 

Slope 

Strip 
Strip 
Strip 


50'-80' 
135' 

200' 

305' 

23C 

60' 
30' 
25' 














11,713,243 

9,094,357 

6,974,703 

2,395,479 

6,616,187 
661,496 


1916 


4'6" 

6' 

5'2" 

4'6" 

3'10"&3' 


P&R 

P&R 
P&R 
P&R 


Machine 

Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Belt 

Shuttle 

Car& 

Motors 
Belt& 

Shuttle 

Cars 
Belt& 

Shuttle 

Cars 
Belt& 

Shuttle 

Car 


Belt 
Belt 
Belt 
Belt 


Machine 
Machine 
Machine 
Machine 


Closed 
Closed 
Closed 
Closed 


1936 

1940 

1944 

1947 
1956 


4'8" 














15,641 1955 


4'6" 














52,000 1956 


5'11" 


Strip 
Strip 
Slope 


86' 
58' 
308' 














! 

5,844,398 1949 


6' 














782,710 1955 


6' 


P&R 


Machine 


Motor 


Electric 


Machine 


Closed 


609,204 


1945 



70 



II PRODUCTION- 



p 


County, name of operator and mines 


Post office 
address 
of mine 


Tons of 

coal 

produced 

in 1957 


Num- 
ber 
of 
seam 


S-3 


Washington County 




15,596 

134,178 

784,781 
757,081 
47,438 

185,605 
. 941,548 
409,061 
315,158 
151,901 

1,220,034 

737,939 

12,376 

: 21,142 

12,725 

40,749 

4,781 

4,079 

995 

5,879 

6,726 

22;000 

25,670 

5,050 

413 

45,860 

43,505 

1,735 

784 


6 


S-3 


Will County 


Braidwood 


2 




Williamson County 


6 






Johnston City 


6 


S-84 


McHorn Coal Co., #1— , 


5 




Carterville.- 


5 




Bell & Zoller Coal Co., #3 


6 






5 




Carmac Coal Co — 

Blue Bird Coal Co., #8 ' - 




5 




Harrisburg 


5 




Freeman Coal Mining Corp., §i 


6 






2&3 


L-42 


Cherry Hill Coal Co., #1 : 




5 






5 








5 








5 








6 


1^213 


Farley Bros. Coal Co., #1„„ - 

Wyvan K Coal Co., #1 


Carterville 

Carterville 


5 
6 






2 &3 








6 




P. & R. Coal Co., n _ 




6 




Shawneetown. .'. . 


6 






6 


L-225 




Carterville. 


5 






6 


L-229 


New Crab Orchard-,— --., ,., 


Carterville 


6 
2 




Stilley Coal Co., #2.' 




6 









TABLE 13— Concluded 



71 



Thick- 


Shaft, 
slope, 

drift 
or 

strip 


Depth 

surface 

to 

seam 


Long 
wall 
or 

pillar 
and 

room 


Mining 


Haulage 


Hoisting 


Loading 


Open 

or 
closed 
lights 


Total tons 

of coal 

produced 

since mine 

opened 




ness 

of 
seam 

in 
feet 


Hand, 

machine 

or 

both 


Mechan- 
ical 

mule or 
both 


Steam 

or 
electric 


Hand, 

machine 

or 

both 


1° 


5'8" 
3'6" 


Shaft 

Strip 

Strip 
Slope 
Slope 


300' 
65' 
50' 


P&R 


Hand 


Mule 


Steam 


| 

Hand Open 


fl ,237,693 

3,344,122 

12,535,100 
8,412,643 

578,921 
2,052,665 
6,989,768 
3,834,344 
2,952,863 

1,862,165 

4,675,595 

2,821,490 

284,165 

320,287 

242,928 

185,079 

18,846 

15,636 

23,895 

8,248 

10,231 

23,301 

125,670 

6,050 

413 

45,860 

43,505 

1,735 

784 


1865 
1934 
















1935 


7'8" 
4'2" 

3'6" 


240' 
91' 

4.V 


P&R 
P&R 


Machine 
Machine 


Motor 
Buggies & 
Motors 


Electric 

Belt& 
Electric 


Machine 
Machine 


Closed 
Closed 


1944 

1944 
1946 


8' 
3'6" 


Slope ! 162' 
Strip 40' 
Slope ! 100' 
Slope i 175' 

Slope 275' 


P&R 


Machine 


Motor 


Electric 


Machine 


Closed 


1948 
1947 


4'2" 
4'2" 

7'4" 
6' 


P&R 
P&R 

P&R 


Machine 
Machine 

Machine 


Belt 
Shuttle 

Car 
Belt 


Belt 

Electric 
Electric 


Machine 

Machine 
Machine 


Closed 

Closed 
Closed 


1948 

1948 
1951 
1953 


4'6" 
4'4" 
4'2" 
•4'2" 
. ' ■ 1 h 


Slope 
Slope 
Slope 
Slope 
Strip • ■ 
Strip . ! 
Strip 
Strip 


100' 
375' 
120' 
125' 
29' 
. 32' 

28' 

SO' 


P&R 
P&R 
P&R 
P&R 


Hand 
Machine 
Hand 
Machine 


Both 

Motor 
Both 
Motor 


Electric 
Electric 
Electric 
Electric 


Hand 
Machine 
Hand 
Machine 


Open 
Closed 
Closed 
Closed 


1937 
1946 
1948 
1950 
1955 


3*4" 
5' 














1955 














1956 


5'6" 














1956 
















1956 


8' 


Strip •!.••; 2W 

Strip I 20' 
Strip 20' 
Strip ! 20' 
Strip i 25'-30' 
Strip i 20> 
Strip i 23' 














1956 


6' 














1957 
















1956 


:; 3* 














1957 


5'8" 














1957 


5'9" 














1957 


4' 














1957 














1957 












1 







t No record of production from 1865 to 1882. 



72 



II Production — Table 14 — Total production of coal in tons by 

counties, 1882-1957 



County 


1057 

production 


Total 

production 

to date 


County 


1957 
production 


Total 

production 

to date 


Adams 




46,186 

7,355,569 

57,324 

51.275,305 

96,247 

212,477 

228.388,596 

4,482 

38,540,304 

198,932 

44,786 

2,284,003 

915,698 

796 

481,297,870 

190,434,392 

5,343,457 

644,611 

40,849,682 

22,097 

733,286 

40 

22,246,059 

85,642,153 

23,739 

18,915,770 

120,350 

244,004 

7,362,580 

32,747,792 

65,534,745 

10,109,162 

14,305,615 

11,000,468 

261,988,924 

2,634,903 

5,544,139 

160,472,060 

39,117,484 






12,516,141 








14,915 
249 


13,385,232 








14,999,171 




730,615 




8,284 




Montgomery. 


1,602,483 


87,939,987 






190,787 




5.738,338 






2,032,236 


Clark 




349,780 
3,425,245 


66,955,163 




64,935 




171,481,268 




Pike 


5,081 










1,562 




423,880 






10,071,893 






1,483,260 


73,311,748 








154 




4,592,021 
5,485,882 

210,032 
5,248 

192,883 






3,846,169 




St. Clair. 


4,009,759 

2,542,799 

116,839 

18,474 


234,168,856 






195,514,349 






232,772,851 






3,017,551 






612,476 




34,522 


Shelby 




4,119,763 








1,227,280 


D 


226,298 
1,206,485 






17,633,802 






1,088,148 


152,911,277 




Wabash 


186,144 




3,016,481 






685,466 






35,706 


17,835,032 








1,676,741 




480,903 

1.898,117 

9,186 

2,222 

30,235 


Will 


303,867 
5,950,949 


37,292,432 






318,357,133 






7,810,160 




Total Production, 
1957 








46,682,889 










431,340 


Total 1882-1957 


3,469,322,276 




Estimated Produc- 
tion (1833-1881) 










73,386,123 




910,165 
50,628 


Total Production, 
(1833-1957) 














3,542,708,399 











II Production — Table 15 — Summary of the various seams of coal, 

KIND OF OPENING, MANNER OF WORKING AND TONS PRODUCED FROM 
EACH SEAM. 





Number of— 




Kind of 


opening 




Manner of work 




Number of 
seam 


Coun- 
ties 


Mines 


Shaft 


Drift 


Slope 


Strip 


Pillar 
and 
room 


Long- 
wall 


Strip 


Total 

tons 

produced 




3 

10 


4 
23 
1 


2 




1 

2 


1 
20 
1 


3 
3 




20 


79,142 




1 


1,503,963 






21,456 
















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12 
22 
3 


78 
78 
11 


14 
22 


1 


24 
16 
3 


39 
39 

8 


39 
3 




39 
39 

8 


9,742,895 
33,444,025 




1,891,408 










Total 


51 


195 


38 


3 


46 


108 


87 




108 46,682,889 



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III Labor & Employment — Table 18 — Comparative statistics of 

FATAL AND NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS FOR THE PERIOD 1928 TO 1957 
INCLUSWE, NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS OF 7 DAYS OR MORE LOST TIME. 



Tons mined to one- 



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1943 
1944 
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1940 
1947 
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2,096 
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"j'i 
..... 

"3 


6 
7 
4 
7 
12 
8 

13 
10 
11 
7 
6 
9 
7 
2 
9 










1889 


35! 2 
48 

51! 1 
44l 8 
60, 3 
57 5 
63 5 
63 6 
60 6 
66< 4 
74: 4 
83 1 
95, 1 
88 7 










1890 . 










1891 










1892 










1893 










1894 - 










1895 


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l 
l 
l 
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l 
l 
l 
l 
l 

2 


..... 
..... 

..... 

2 


2 


1896 


3 


1897 


2 


1898 


3 


1899 


1 


1900 


4 


1901 


2 


1902 






2 




1 









91 



III LABOR & EMPLOYMENT-TABLE 21-Concluded 





1 

a 

3 

a 
1 


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In shaft 


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Year 


II 

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1 


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3 


1 
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11 


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a 
a 

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1 


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3 

1 
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1 

a 

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6 


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1!h03 


156 
157 
199 
155 
165 
183 
213 
406 
157 
180 
175 
159 
180 
165 
207 
259 
208 
181 
222 

161 
184 
183 
165 
106 
139 
109 
112 
90 
114 
71 
86 
82 
93 
83 
85 
80 
84 
92 
94 
97 
87 
75 
61 
204 
68 
38 
45 
154 
31 
28 
23 
18 
20 
21 


77 
65 
80 
84 
84 
. 91 
84 
65 
80 
98 
81 
83 
57 
80 
77 

100 
93 
91 

112 
71 
82 
76 
89 
85 
44 
72 

72 
54 
33 
45 
48 
34 
54 
45 
41 
47 
45 
45 
47 
47 
57 
40 
31 
30 
40 
30 
24 
19 
15 
16 
9 
8 
10 
14 


8 

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2 
4 
7 
44 
20 
8 
3 
10 
6 
68 
12 
19 
27 
31 
7 
6 
15 
2 

40 
5 
13 
17 
23 
8 
4 
2 

54 

1 

..... 

..... 

5 

..... 

11 
..... 

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18 
21 
11 
22 
29 
35 
30 
23 
40 
38 
50 
40 
27 
43 
67 
70 
51 
41 
54 
29 
40 
37 
46 
39 
18 
21 
24 
20 
15 
10 
12 
18 
17 
12 
17 
16 
20 
17 
13 
19 
27 
19 
15 
16 
18 
14 


i 
i 

2 
3 
1 
3 
6 
6 
2 
4 
7 

13 
7 

14 
9 
8 
6 
5 

12 
5 
5 
2 
5 
3 
6 
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5 
3 
1 
2 
1 
4 
2 
4 
2 
2 
4 
3 
..... 


41 
44 
32 
22 
25 
29 
29 
17 
10 
13 
10 
6 
9 
13 
12 
20 
12 
9 
20 
17 
13 
10 
11 
7 
5 
6 
6 
2 
2 
4 
3 
2 
3 
2 
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1 
1 
8 
3 
5 
2 
5 
2 
1 
1 


2 
3 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
258 
4 

12 
5 
7 

12 
1 
3 
4 
1 
5 
8 

6 
8 
9 
4 
8 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
3 

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16 
9 
6 
3 
9 
7 
9 
3 
1 
..... 

..... 

4 
2 

3 

1 
1 

2 
2 


147 
134 
186 
131 
145 
164 
190 
386 
143 
167 
162 
148 
175 
153 
185 
234 
195 
167 
209 
147 
149 
176 
172 
153 
97 
129 
100 
106 
84 
105 
67 
78 
73 
85 
75 
74 
75 
75 
88 
80 
85 
83 
63 
56 
192 
58 
34 
40 
147 
26 
23 
16 
15 
19 
18 


2 
10 
5 
9 
6 
3 
5 

I 
6 
5 
2 

1 

4 

..... 

4 
8 
2 
2 
3 
2 
1 
7 
3 

1 


6 
4 
6 
5 
8 
1 
4 

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3 
4 

1 


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1 
..... 

1 
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..... 


8 
14 
12 
15 
14 
7 
10 
9 
9 
9 
10 
3 
3 
4 
5 
18 
10 
10 
6 
6 
5 
4 
3 
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3 

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3 
1 
2 

1 
2 
1 


2 

4 
4 
8 
8 
6 
2 
2 
2 


9 


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1906 


9 


1907 


6 


1908 


12 


1909 


13 


1910 

1911 


18 


1912 


5 


1913 . 




1914 


3 


1915 


8 


1916 




1917 

1918 


4 
8 
4 
2 
4 

1 
..... 

1 

2 
1 

4 


1 
2 
2 

..... 

1 
2 


18 

7 


1919 


7 


1920 


3 


1921 


4 


1922 


7 


1923 


6 


1924 


7 


1925. . 


4 


1926 


8 


1927 


3 


1928 


5 


1929 


6 


1930 


5 


1931 


2 


1932 


9 


1933 


3 






3 


..... 

1 
2 
2 

1 
1 
1 
2 


1 


1934 






8 


1935 


2 


1 




3 


6 


1936 


8 


1937 










7 


1938 


1 






1 

1 
1 


10 


1939 






4 


1940 


..... 


1 




7 


1941 


3 


1942 






14 


1943 


1 




1 
1 
1 


2 
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2 

3 


2 
3 
5 

..... 

2 




10 


1944 


3 


1945 


2 
2 
1 








9 


1946 


3 


1947 






11 


1948 


1 


1 


7 


1949 


4 


1950 


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11 
5 
8 
6 
6 
4 
7 
2 


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1 

1 










1 
1 


5 


1951 










7 


1952 










5 


1953 












5 


1954 






3 






3 


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1 


4 


1955 


1 


1 






3 


1956 










1 


1957 














1 




3 



















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III Labor & Employment — Table 22 — Comparative statistics of 

FATAL ACCIDENTS FOR THE PERIOD 1948 TO 1957 INCLUSD7E AND TONS 
MINED TO ONE MAN KILLED. 



Year 


Fatals 


Tons 
mined 


Tons mined 

to one man 

killed 


Year 


Fatals 


Tons 
mined 


Tons mined 

to one man 

killed 


1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1952 


68 
38 
45 
154 
31 


66,166,805 
47,630,380 
57,282,303 
54,869,679 
45,752,588 


973,041 
1,253,431 
1,272,940 

356,297 
1,475,890 


1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 


28 
23 
18 
20 
21 


45,966,114 
41,775,752 
45,711,555 
47,804,040 
46,682,889 


1,641,647 
1,816,337 
2,539,53 I 
2,390,202 
2,222,995 


Totals... 


336 


271,701,755 


808,636 


Totals.. . 


110 


227,940,350 


2,072,185 



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SUMMARY OF FATAL ACCIDENTS 
1957 

Mr. Herbert Arthur Crosby, age 39, married, one dependent child, 
came to his death as the result of injuries sustained when he was caught 
under a fall of slate about 10:15 a.m. January 29, 1957, at the Peabody 
Coal Company's No. 17 mine, located at Pana, Christian County, Illi- 
nois, where he was employed as a pipeman. He had 6 years of experi- 
ence at this mine. 

The deceased, Herbert Arthur Crosby, was killed instantly by a fall 
of slate, three crosscuts back from the face, while looking for a pipe 
valve at the back of a repair truck on "A" entry 2N-2W-3SW. The 
piece of slate that fell is 9 feet by 10 feet, and 2 feet thick on one side, 
feathering out to a thin edge on three sides. 

The entry is 14Vi feet wide, and the crosscut at the point of acci- 
dent is 19 feet wide and 6 feet 2 inches high before the slate fell. His 
death was due to internal injuries caused by a crushed body. Estimated 
weight of the slate that fell is about 2Vi tons. 



Mr. Aaron Dean, age 55, married, two dependent children, came 
to his death January 29, 1957, at 9:05 a.m., while at work for the Mid- 
land Electric Coal Corporation, at their Middle Grove No. 2 mine, in 
Fairview Township, Fulton County, Illinois, from crushing injuries, 
after being accidentally run over by a loaded car of coal. He had worked 
at this mine 24 years. 

Aaron Dean, a trackman, had been detailed by the track foreman 
to clean snow from the switch points and frogs of discharge tracks. 
These points were about 450 feet from the preparation plant. Due to 
falling or being knocked down by the cars, Mr. Dean was run over by 
three loaded cars being dropped down into the storage yards. 

Oren Botkins, car rider, who was riding the first two cars, was 
between the cars, due to the location of the brake. He stated that .at 
no time did he observe or hear any person on or near the tracks. These 
tracks were free of obstructions and the visibility was good. A third 
car, being ridden by Carl Rogers, also passed over the body. Neither 
car rider was aware that anything had happened, until Roger's car 
stopped and he got down from the car to start it again. 

Looking up the track, he saw the body of Mr. Dean laying between 
the rails. Both car riders stated that the cars were traveling at less than 
a walking pace. The investigation showed that, because of very close 
clearance between the hopper doors underneath car and track ties, the 
body received serious crushing injuries, resulting in death. 

There were no eye witnesses to the accident. Danger signs are 
posted in yards, and also warning signals are used to warn when cars 
get out of control. 



96 

Mr. Otto Mack, age 54, married, no dependent children, came to 
his death by accident at about 7:35 p.m. January 18, 1957, in the Little 
Dog Coal Company's Little Dog mine, located at Gillespie, Macoupin 
County, Illinois, where he was employed as a loading machine helper. 
Mr. Mack had 11 years experience at this mine. 

The loading machine, a "Caterpillar"-mounted Joy type 11 BU, 
was being advanced toward the face of room 2, 15 east, 5 north, when 
the digging arm on the right side of the machine struck some bottom 
coal 5 inches in thickness. This coal had been left from a previous cut. 
Striking the coal caused the machine head to make a quick and forceful 
swing to the right. In so doing, it struck and dislodged a prop which 
had been set for roof support. 

Mr. Mack, the deceased, was standing between the prop and rib. 
The dislodged prop struck the victim across the face and left temple, 
causing almost instant death. 



Mr. Orville R. Jones, age 45, married, one dependent child, came 
to his death when he was hit by a fall of clod at approximately 5:00 a.m. 
on March 13, 1957, while operating a loading machine at the Peabody 
Coal Company's No. 17 mine, Pana, Christian County, Illinois, where 
he was employed as a roof bolter. He had worked at this mine 4 years. 

The deceased, Orville R. Jones, was operating a loading machine 
at the time of the accident. He was regularly employed in a crew of 
six men who help each other as in gang work. 

He had drilled and shot that place sometime before and had just 
relieved the regular loading machine operator. He was loading out the 
center of the room when a piece of rock fell, measuring 6 feet in length 
and 4 feet wide, averaging about 7 inches in thickness, striking the 
deceased and crushing his head against the loading machine, causing 
almost instant death. 

The room had been roof bolted within approximately W2 feet of 
the face before it was shot. As a working place is loaded out, this plan of 
bolting permits the operator to advance about 2 feet beyond the last 
roof bolts. 



Mr. John F. Williams, age 42, married, four dependent children, 
employed as a tractor operator, died in the Graham Hospital, Canton, 
Illinois, at 6:00 p.m. on March 25, 1957, of a cardio-respiratory failure 
due to injuries sustained in an accidental collision of two trucks at the 
Truax-Traer Coal Company's Red Ember Mine, Fiatt, Fulton County, 
Illinois, at 10:00 a.m. on March 25, 1957. He had 22 years of experi- 
ence at this mine. 

The accident occurred on the haulage road one mile southeast of 
the coal preparation plant at the junction to pit No. 1. This junction 
lies in a valley at the foot of three inclines. The road, on which the 
accident occurred, runs in a northwest and southeast direction, and the 



97 

branch road to pit No. 1 at the junction runs in a southerly direction. 
No traffic was operating on this road at the time of the accident. This 
junction and the point where the accident occurred is on a level stretch 
of road approximately 900 feet long, approachable on the north and 
south end bv inclines. The weather was very bad the day of the acci- 
dent, snowing very heavily and blowing. The operators of the two road 
patrols had been called out to work at 12:00 a.m. on Monday morning 
to plow the snow from the haulage roads before the days work com- 
menced, however, snow continued to fall and the roads were in a slushy 
condition at the time of the accident. The width of the haulage road 
under normal conditions is 60 feet, however, the road patrols had 
pushed snow to the sides of the road and the clearance measured 35 
feet at the place where the accident occurred. 

Allen Jackson, driving a loaded refuse truck, was followed by Russell 
Van Dvke, who was driving an empty coal haulage truck, both trucks 
traveling in a southerly direction at an approximate speed of about 25 
miles an hour. Approaching these two trucks, from the south traveling 
north, was an empty refuse truck. As soon as the empty refuse truck 
had passed the two trucks going south, Russell Van Dyke, driver of 
the empty coal truck, started to pull out to pass the loaded refuse truck 
in front of him, and for the first time observed a small service pick-up 
truck following behind the empty refuse truck. He applied his brake 
and this caused his truck to jackknife, but the weight of the trailer, 
which weighs 29 tons empty, forced the front of his truck out into the 
path of the pick-up truck driven by Ellis Carlton, who is a foreman 
employed by the company to supervise refuse disposal operations. 
Riding with him was John Williams, a tractor operator. The trucks 
crashed together, pinning Mr. Carlton in the cab of the pick-up truck, 
and the force of the impact evidently threw Mr. Williams against the 
windshield frame, as he had a deep laceration over the left eye, and 
then was thrown out the door of the truck to the ground on the right 
side of the truck. 

There was no obstruction to visibility except the weather condition 
at the time of the accident. Both trucks were reported in good me- 
chanical condition by the maintenance men and the drivers of the 
trucks before the accident. The windshield wipers of both trucks were 
in good operating condition, and the condition of the haulage road was 
as previously stated in this report at the time of the accident. 



Mr. Paul Seagraves, age 58, married, no dependent children, came 
to his death when he was caught and crushed between a shuttle car and 
the coal rib in room No. 28 in the southwest entry off the 13 main 
northwest, at approximately 2:00 a.m. April 19, 1957, at the Sahara 
Coal Company's No. 5 mine, Carrier Mills Township, Saline County, 
Illinois, where he was employed as a mechanic. He had worked at this 
mine 5 years. 



98 

The victim's duties were to check, repair, and lubricate the elec- 
trical and mechanical equipment used in the face region. On the day 
of this accident, however, there was no report to indicate that the 
shuttle car involved in the accident was in need of any repair; more- 
over, this shuttle car had been left near the face of the room at the 
conclusion of the second shift, and there was no known reason for 
moving the shuttle car away from the face to within eight feet of the 
room neck where the accident occurred. The night mine manager re- 
ported that he accompanied Mr. Seagraves into the section and talked 
with him near the loading point at the belt about ten minutes prior to 
the accident. Shortly afterward, John Romonsky, a member of the 
rock-dusting crew, working in room No. 30 heard the shuttle car motor 
running, and, inasmuch as such was unusual, he went into room No. 28 
to investigate. Upon arriving there, he found Mr. Seagraves pinned 
between the shuttle car and the rib, and since Mr. Romonsky was un- 
able to reach the controls, he summoned help. With additional assist- 
ance, the recovery crew obtained a loading machine from the face of 
room No. 28 and used the loading machine and a chain to pull the 
shuttle car away from the rib in order to free the victim. 

It could not be determined why the car was trammed from the 
face; it is not known whether the victim was making preparation to 
lubricate the car, but the lack of tools except those contained in the 
pockets of his clothing did indicate that no repair work was being done. 
There was no indication of a sudden change of direction which might 
indicate that the car had gotten out of control in any manner. When 
found, the mechanic was facing opposite the direction of travel. It is 
possible, but purely conjectural, that he had stopped the car intending 
to reverse direction, then restarted the car toward the entry by acci- 
dentally pushing the wrong foot control as he changed position. 

Clearance on either side of the shuttle car was adequate, the roof 
was uniform and well supported with roof bolts, the grade was not 
excessive, and the roadway was not wet and was free of obstructions. 
Test indicated that the steering mechanism, controls, brakes, and other 
components of the equipment were in good operating condition, and 
the deceased was fully capable of operating the car; so in the absence 
of any eve witness the cause could not be determined. 



Mr. Dwight H. Beard, age 43, married, two dependent children, 
was killed at the Peabody Coal Company's No. 17 mine, Pana, Christian 
County, Illinois, about 9:20 a.m. on April 14, 1957. He had 2 years and 
6 months of experience at this mine. 

Mr. Dwight H. Beard, a section foreman, was crushed to death 
when he was caught between a rib of coal and a Continuous Mining 
machine that was in motion as he attempted to go around the machine. 



99 

Mr. Pierino Bax, age 59, married, no dependent children, was killed 
at 5:55 p.m. April 12, 1957, at the Crown Mine of the Freeman Coal 
Mining Corporation, Farmersville, Montgomery County, Illinois. He 
had worked at this mine 5 years. 

Mr. Pierino Bax, employed as a loading machine helper, was killed 
by a fall of clod and rock in the crosscut off the 30 south, 8 west, while 
the loading machine was loading in the 30 south entry. 

The entire area had been supported by roof bolts and cross bars. 
Mr. Bax was standing directly under or slightly inby the last row of 
roof bolts when the fall occurred. 



Mr. Domonic Buffo, age 55, married, one dependent child, em- 
ployed as an electrician, was fatally injured at the Lumaghi Coal Com- 
pany, Cantine Mine No. 4, Collinsville, Madison County, Illinois, when 
he was crushed between an empty mine car and the coal rib on May 9, 
1957, at 9:03 a.m.; he died three hours later at St. Mary's Hospital, East 
St. Louis, Illinois. He had 7 years of experience at this mine. 

A motorman was attempting to rerail the car by pulling the car 
through a switch. The car caught on the curve rail, and, as a result, it 
was swung toward the rib where Mr. Buffo was standing, crushing him 
between the car and rib. 



Mr. Joe Vukadonovich, age 38, married, two dependent children, 
and Mr. John Dosen, age 28, married, no dependent children, employed 
as Continuous Mining machine operators, came to their death at the 
Old Ben Coal Corporation, Mine No. 14, Buckner, Franklin County, 
Illinois, at 10:00 a.m. on May 21, 1957, from a fall of top coal while 
operating a Goodman 400 Continuous Mining machine in the 11 and 
12 S., 12 W., 3 N. W. Mr. Vukadonovich had 15 years of experience 
at this mine. Mr. Dosen had 10 years of experience at this mine. 

Mr. Vukadonovich and Mr. Dosen had just finished cutting a 
cross-cut from the buggy entry to the 12 S. entry. When the cross-cut 
was cut through, they moved the machine back to the buggy entry and 
cut the inside corner of the cross-cut to make a better haulage road 
from the buggy entry to the 12 S. entry which is the belt entry. Just 
as they were finished cutting off the corner, they cut into the end of 
a slip that was running at a 30° angle across the mouth of the cross-cut. 
They stopped the machine, and the operator, John Dosen, put his hand 
up to the roof, then started the machine to go through the cross-cut. 
When the machine moved forward, about four tons of coal and rock 
fell from the slip, killing both men instantly. The slip was about 
twenty feet long with no sign showing before the machine started to 
cut the corner. 

The roof had been tested by the face boss just shortly before the 
machine started to cut and showed no indication of any unsafe roof 
condition. 



100 

Mr. John Onderko. age 62. married, no dependent children, came 
to his death on the 15th day of June, 1957. at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, 
Missouri, from multiple fractures to his head and left chest. He was 
injured on April 27. 1957. about 1:00 p.m. in the Peabody Coal Com- 
pany's Mine No. 17 at Pana, Christian County, Illinois, while timbering 
on the main line road inby 1 N. on 7 W. — 1 S. W. He had 7 years of 
experience at this mine. 

Mr. Onderko. a timberman. was attempting to remove a prop 
from under a rail bar after a temporary jack was set, and the prop 
loosened. A piece of slate slipped from the roof of the mine, pinning 
Mr. Onderko to the floor. The piece of slate that fell from near the 
rib measured 7 feet 9 inches by 4 feet 8 inches and 18 inches thick on 
one side feathering out to a thin edge. 

Mr. John Frank Linze, age 42, married, three dependent children, 
came to his death on the 19th day of June, 1957, at approximately 
4:30 p.m. by being crushed in the No. 2 coal conveyor at the Truax- 
Traer Coal Companvs Pvramid mine, Pincknewille, Perry Count}", 
Illinois, where he was emploved as a preparation plant repairman. He 
had worked at this mine 1~ years. 

Mr. Linze was repairing a drive chain on the lump belt in the 
preparation plant. The preparation plant was not in operation and 
only repair work was being done at the time. According to his fellow 
workers, he was standing with one foot in a flight convevor working on 
the drive chain. The tipple operator savs he sounded the warning signal 
to start some machinerv and also started the flight convevor to clean 
out the wash box. When the conveyor started, Sir. Linze was not in 
the clear, his foot caught under a flight and he was dragged onto the 
conveyor, causing his death. 

Mr. Denzil Eugene Movers, age 32, married, three dependent 
children, was killed by falling rock at approximately 10:40 p.m. August 
20, 195", at the Old Ben Coal Corporation. Mine No. 14. located at 
Buckner, Franklin County", Illinois, where he was employed as a shuttle 
car operator. He had worked at this mine 7 years. 

The deceased, Mr. Denzil Eugene Movers, was killed by falling 
rock at a cross-cut intersection between the 22 and 23 east 15 northeast 
entries when he backed his shuttle car into the cross-cut where top had 
been cut out for future loading head. 

The top coal and rock was bolted from opposite cross-cut across 
22 E. entrv to the mouth of the cross-cut but not into the cross-cut, 
leaving about eight feet of rock not bolted. This part had been scaled 
of loose rock and was thought to be safe for shuttle car travel. WTien 
the deceased backed his shuttle car into the mouth of the cross-cut, 
a piece of rock weighing about one ton broke off and fell from the roof 
bolts to brow of top coal, killing Mr. Movers instantly, who was sitting 
in the seat of the shuttle car. 



101 

Mr. Aaron Childers, age 53, married, no dependent children, a 
Continuous Miner operator, was killed instantly by a roof fall about 
11:50 a.m. August 30, 1957, while operating a Joy 1, Continuous Mining 
machine at the Bell & Zoller Coal Company's Buckhorn mine, Johnston 
City. Williamson County, Illinois. He had 8 years of experience at 
this mine. 

He was cutting the face of No. 18 room off 6 X-5, S. E. under 
supported roof when the accident occurred. This room-neck was 16 ft. 
wide and 20 ft. in length, the overall length from outside of entry rib 
to face was 37 ft. 

This loading machine is equipped with roof bolt drills, and the 
roof is bolted as the face advances. The machine helper was drilling a 
hole inby the operator, which is approximately 15 ft. from the face, 
preparatory to installation of another bolt, when without warning the 
roof over the entire area fell, with the exception of a space in the right 
corner near the face, which probably saved the life of the helper. The 
fall, sometimes termed a horseback, was SYl ft. straight up on the left 
rib to 1 ft. oval shaped on right rib in thickness. 

It was noted during the investigation that hidden slip lines ex- 
tended along both ribs and partly across the face of the room, also a 
pronounced parting or slip line between the fallen rock and main roof. 

The roof in this fallen area was supported by 12 or more 5 /s" x 60" 
roof bolts using H" x 4" x 4" steel plates, under 3" x 10" wooden blocks. 
Due to the thickness of the rock, most of the bolts did not extend 
through the fallen rock enough to be anchored securelv in the main 
roof. 

The machine was stopped and the roof tested a few moments prior 
to the accident. 



Mr. Paul E. Jones, age 50, married, no dependent children, em- 
ployed as a Continuous Mining machine helper, and Mr. John Simko, 
age 48, married, no dependent children, emploved as a face boss, were 
instantly killed on the morning of September 12, 195", about 10:30 a.m. 
by a fall of rock and coal in the 11 north, 21 west main south at the 
Old Ben Coal Corporation's Xo. 9 mine, located at 'West Frankfort, 
Franklin Countv, Illinois. Mr. Jones had 11 years of experience at this 
mine, and Mr. Simko had 23 years of experience at this mine. 

A Continuous Mining machine had driven the 11 north, 21 west 
entry about 15 feet past the location of a new crosscut. The machine 
was then moved back to drive a new crosscut through to the 12 north 
entry. In order to turn the crosscut, the machine was started into the 
rib at about a 60° angle. A continuous curve was cut into the rib until 
the machine was far enough into the rib to be at about a right angle 
to the entry. \\ nen the machine started to cut the crosscut, a safetv 
jack was set along with two safety props. The machine continued until 
the crosscut had been cut through to the 12 north entries, \\~hen the 



102 

machine had cut the crosscut through on the left hand rib, it had loaded 
the buggy part full of coal. When the buggy pulled away from the 
machine, John Simko, face boss, who was standing at the props called 
to Paul Jones, machine helper, to come over and help take the curtain 
down. When Paul Jones crossed over, a fall of rock and coal of about 
one and one-half tons fell from a slip extending from the inside corner 
of the crosscut across the mouth of the crosscut and the 1 1 north entry 
for a distance of about 15 feet lengthwise the entry, killing both men 
instantly. 



Mr. Earl Carter, age 55, married, one dependent child, and Mr. 
George Peddicord, age 65, married, no dependent children, were killed 
September 25, 1957, at the Marion County Coal Mining Corp., Glen- 
ridge Mine, Centralia, Marion County, Illinois. Mr. Carter and Mr. 
Peddicord were employed at this mine as machine operators. Mr. Carter 
had 37 years of experience at this mine; Mr. Peddicord, 10 years. 

They were shooting the 2 southeast entries with a portable airdox 
shooting machine when clod fell. They had shot the corner off a 45° 
crosscut and were shooting the face of the entry. It was evident that 
they had shot out two safety posts and one permanent timber, and had 
continued shooting without resetting the supports. It appears that Earl 
Carter was trying to help George Peddicord from under the part of 
clod when another piece fell and caught him. 



Mr. Joseph Williams, age 52, married, one dependent child, died 
September 29, 1957, from injuries received on September 25, 1957, at 
12:30 p.m. from a fall of face coal at the Lumaghi Coal Company, 
Cantine Mine No. 4, located at Collinsville, Madison County, Illinois, 
where he was employed as a driller. He had worked at this mine 6 years. 

Joseph Williams and Oscar Lochmann were operating a Joy C. D. 
31 track mounted coal drill in a crosscut off room 45, 11 right, No. 4 
north. Mr. Williams, who was on the left side, was working in between 
the drill booms. He had just changed to the second auger of the seventh 
hole and was walking back to the controls between the booms when 
face coal, weighing between 750 and 1,000 pounds, fell on the drill 
head. This caused the drill to swing toward the left rib. The control 
end swung between the booms, striking Mr. Williams and knocking 
him down and back to the face where some of the coal fell on him. 



Mr. James A. Sexton, age 57, married, no dependent children, em- 
ployed as a Joy Loading Machine operator, was instantly killed by a 
roof fall at 12:10 p.m. October 29, 1957, at the Bell & Zoller Coal Com- 
pany's Buckhorn mine, Johnston City, Williamson County, Illinois. 
He had worked at this mine 10 years and 4 months. 



103 

Mr. Sexton was operating a Joy Loading machine, loading coal 
from a Goodman Continuous Mining machine, midway a crosscut be- 
tween room 1 and 2, 12 S. W. when the accident occurred. 

The roof in this place was considered safe and it has been a practice 
when driving rooms or entries with the Goodman Continuous Miner, 
if the roof was considered safe, to advance the face from crosscut to 
crosscut, a distance of approximately 60 feet, before the installation of 
roof bolts. 

The fallen rock was a semi-oval to feather edge horseback slip, 
measuring 9Vi by 5 feet to 14 inches in thickness at the thickest point 
and was 37 feet from the face. 



Ill Labor & Employment — Table 24 — Working Time 



• 


Average days worked 




1956 


1 
1957 1 Increase (+) 
1 Decrease ( — ) 


Per cent of 
Increase (+) 
Decrease (— ) 




167 
120 


164 
111 


—3 
-9 


—1.8 




—7.5 






Total -. 


142 


136 


-6 


—4.2 







III Labor & Employment — Table 25 — Employees 





Number employed 


s?s 






1956 


1957 


Gain (+) 
Loss (-) 




11,857 
1,079 


11,604 
1,177 


—253 

+98 


—2.1 




+9.1 






Total 


12,936 


12,781 


-155 


—1.2 







104 



Safety Record — Coal Mines, Underground 



Operator 



County 



Tons produced 

since last fatal 

accident to 

December 31, 1957 



Union Colliery Co. "New Kathleen" 

Mid-Continent Coal Corp. "Green Diamond" 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp. "Orient #3" 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp. #4 

Peabody Coal Co. "St. Ellen Mine" 

Peabody Coal Co. #10 

Peabody Coal Co. #43 

Truax-Traer Coal Co. "Burning Star-Drift" 

Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin Coal Co. "Orient #2' 

Carmac Coal Co. "Carmac" 

Citizens Coal Co 

Mt. Olive & Staunton Coal Co. #2 

Shuler Coal Co 



Perry 

St. Clair... 

Jefferson 

Williamson. 
St. Clair... 
Christian... 

Saline 

Jackson 

Franklin... 
Williamson. 

Clinton 

Madison 

Henry 

Franklin... 

Madison 

Williamson. 

Clinton 

Christian. 



irp. 

The Livingston-Mt. Olive Coal Co. #1. 

Bell & Zoller Coal Co. "Zeigler #3"___. 

Breese Coal Co 

Peabody Coal Co. #17 

Freeman Coal Mining Corp. "Crown Mine"... ...I Montgomery. 

Belle Valley Coal Co St. Clair... 

Zeigler Coal & Coke Co. "Bradbury Mine" IRandolph. 

B. & W. Coal Co. #1 Gallatin... 

Lincoln Coal Mining Co lLogan 

Cantrall Coal Co Sangamon. 

Old Ben Coal Corp. #9 Franklin.. 

V-Day Coal Co Vermilion. 

Sahara Coal Co., Inc. #16 Saline 



6,498,149 

5,406,780 

5,258,819 

4,675,595 

4,489,825 

4,075,530 

3,973,565 

3,393,398 

3,266,357 

2,702,616 

2,698,315 

2,534,967 

2.226,456 

1,790,464 

1,591,346 

1,544,462 

1,449,940 

1,375,777 

1,110,874 

1,099,334 

911,797 

822,264 

761,650 

673,596 

660,114 

608,204 

531,906 



Safety Record — Coal Mines, Strip 



Operator 


County 


Tons produced 

since last fatal 

accident to 

December 31, 1957 






13,051,785 




St. Clair 


11,109,575 






10,847,636 






7,752,308 




Fulton 


7,285,964 




6,343,563 




Kankakee 

Bureau 


6,241,982 




6,112,467 




5,944,398 




Fulton 


4,760,732 




4,170,333 




Williamson 


3,834,344 




3,806,892 






3,693,455 




Perry 


3,229,504 




3,200,518 




Will 


3,044,945 




2,543,907 




Jackson 


2,087,072 




2,052,665 






1,988,951 


22. Morgan Coal Co. "Millsfi.it Mine" 




1,389,712 




1,112,735 









IV Wjickam^cdwn 



106 



IV Mechanization — Table 26 — Machine mining for the period 
1928 to 1957 inclusive, all mines 





Entire output 


Part of output 


Total 


Per cent of 


Year 


Mines 


Ma- 
chines 


Tons 


Mines 


Ma- 
chines 


Tons 


Mines 


Ma- 
chines 


Tons 


Mines 

67.5 

68.6 
66.5 
53.0 

58> 
56.5 
61.4 
61.3 
61.7 
68.4 
90.0 
86.0 
85.0 
21.0 
49.7 
4S.4 
54.8 
52.1 
54.3 
54.6 
50.0 
56.6 
57.4 
55.2 
55.3 
45.9 
43.8 
41.0 


Tons 


1928 


84 

90 
85 
81 
79 
87 
88 
93 
90 
92 
92 
124 
84 


1,245 
1,324 
1.100 
1,103 

905 
929 
903 
981 
384 
835 
746 
901 
957 


25,134,248 
31,883,147 
26,629,055 
28,190,836 
19,599,599 
25,237,315 
27,231,330 
28,985,205 
32,700,420 
33,816,349 
26,628,552 
30,312,078 
34.680,322 
37.951,424 
46,428,214 
51,090,624 
56,178,300 
53,999,655 
46,660,727 
48,791,054 
46,373,080 
32,890,158 
37,692,319 
36,016,095 
28,788,980 
29,129.556 
25,204,139 
26,935.614 
28,095,001 
26,767,434 


55 

47 
37 
36 
21 
15 
14 
15 
15 
13 
7 
5 
1 
4 
4 


813 
665 
506 
282 
155 
109 
113 
107 
81 
43 
23 

§ 
1 


19,506,953 

18,476,517 

13,082,958 

5,425,234 

2,986,486 

2,015,606 

2.411,683 

2,144,948 

3,127,236 

740,231 

310,720 

285.292 

42,870 

197,712 

71,643 


139 
139 
127 
111 
102 
94 
101 
103 
108 
103 

97 
125 
88 
120 
100 
189 
184 
202 
184 
186 
184 
175 
171 
151 
128 
114 
91 
83 
80 


2.058 

1,989 

1 , 606 

1.3S5 

1,144 

1,014 

1,042 

1,010 

1,062 

927 

958 

755 

903 

979 

823 

658 

812 

780 

800 

700 

722 

711 

671 

615 

508 

389 

339 

256 

223 

194 


44.641,201 
50,359.664 
32,712.013 
33,616.070 
22,586,085 
27,252,921 
29,733,013 
31.130,153 
35.827,656 
31,031,392 
26,939.302 
30.597.370 
34.723.192 
38,119,130 
46,499,857 
51,090,624 
56,178.300 
53,999.655 
46,714,916 
48,791,051 
46,655,921 
32,993,484 
37,766,772 
36,031,258 
28,788,980 
29,131,506 
25,219,084 
26,935,614 
28,100,001 
26,767,434 


82.2 


1929 


85.2 


1930 


62.9 


1931 


78.0 


1932 


71.9 


1933 


77.0 


1934 


76.9 


1935 


75.2 


1936.- - 


78.8 


1937 


64.9 


1938 


63.6 


1939 


71.2 




74.0 


1941 


68.9 


1942 


116 
100 
189 
184 
201 
184 
174 
176 
170 
167 
151 
127 
HI 
91 
82 
80 


818 
656 
812 
780 
798 
700 
697 
694 
656 
604 
508 
388 
334 
256 
220 
194 


70.7 




72.2 


1944 








72.5 




73.5 


1946 


1 


2 


54,189 


73.4 




71.4 


1948 


12 

8 
5 
4 

i 

3 

i 


25 
17 
15 
11 

i 

5 

3 


282,844 

103,326 

. 74,453 

65, 163 

1*950 

14,945 

5',000 


70.5 


1949 - 


75.1 


1950 

1951 


65.9 
65.8 


1952 


62.9 


1953 


63.4 


1954 


60.4 


1955 


59.0 


1956.. - 


58.8 




57.3 













107 

IV Mechanization — Table 27— Number of mines operated and total tons 
mined; strip mines and output; number of mines using machines, number 
used and tonnage undercut; number of mines using motors for under- 
ground haulage, number of motors used and tons hauled; also the per- 
centage of each class — shipping mines by years — 1907-1957. 



Total 
tons 
mined 



Mined in strip mines 



Number 
of- 



Tons 
| £ | mined 



Per 

cent 
of- 



Machine mining 



Motor hauling 



Number 
of- 



Per 

cent 
of- 



N umber 
of— 



■z k 



Tons 
under- 
cut 



is I 



Tons 

hauled 



Per 
cent 
of- 



1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
1920. 
1921. 
1922. 
1923. 
1924. 
1925. 
1926. 
1927. 
1928. 
1929. 
1930. 
1931. 
1932. 
1933. 
1934. 
1935. 
1936. 
1937. 
1938. 
1939. 
1940. 
1941. 
1942. 
1943. 
1944. 
1945. 
1946. 
1947. 
1948. 
1949. 
1950. 
1951. 
1952. 
1953. 
1954.. 
1955. 
1956.. 
1957. 



41146. 
407:47, 

:>S4 47. 
390 47 
;;S7 4S. 
:;sm 56. 
371 60, 
340 59, 
280 56. 
284 62. 
324 77 
37(i ss 



436,839.. 
809,730.. 
958,562,.. 
,225,0211.. 
758,657 1 
096,695 5 
515,416, 4 
279,182 4 
172,5661 2 
283,236 
412,054 
306. 22S 



5 
4 

373 73,751,721, 3' 
373 72.409,610: 3 



352 6i 

374 73 
329 70 
255 10 
244 67 
241 44 
2(16 54 
20(159 
185 51 
167 1 43 



339,082 3 
406,093! 5 
410.837! 6 
324,36311 1 
001,299118; 4 
836,441,161 3 
926,433:151 2 
284,184,141 4 
075,995:17' 5 
996,608151 6 
073,058:16! 6 



45,153 
53,762; 
117,790 
181,520 
195,486 
344,372 
419,475 
498,347 
393,894, 
367,009 
437,007 
533,923 



26 6 
28 7 
30 8 
3011 

25 10 



402,399 
390, 677 
655,527 
410,414 
285,587 
062,076 
442,859 ( 
994,107i26ill 
071,806;27|12 
033,319 30 13. 
124.628J28 15 
971,621 26J15 
958,92331 17 
322,30137 16 
932,785 36,14 
612.627J38 17 
494.412145 16 
772,617 45 ! 12, 
356,918 39 16 
595,098 33 i 17 
274,400 27 15 
847,32l|29 15 
017,802 28U5 
880,729 35; 17 
538,998 42 18 
532,214 50 18 



181,288 3 

4821 611, 6 
756,410 6 
113,008 6 
250,501! 8 
220,336 8 
548,798 9 
628,228 10 
599,0061 12 
008,218|15 
481,34915 
873,229il7 
176.074 ! 17 
058,999 16 
295,54717 
024,63519 
367,089 20 
937,681! 19 
484,712118 
108,528 20 
203,763 23 
302,739 22 
821,339,22 
758,306 28 
835,980 28 
469,126 26 
289.932 24 
340.989 24 
395,734 29 
388,078 32 
535,630 41 
041,603 47 
439,200 54 



6, 1.2! 

3 1.7] 

1 4.7! 
6 5.1 
2! 6.l! 
8! 7.6; 
5! 8.9 
1112.0; 

6 15.2 
5:21.1 
615,8 
115.5, 
418.1 
018.8 
8 23.3 
8 26.2 
8 26.3 
5 26.2 

4 26.1 
Si24.3 
22.0 

2 23.1 
2 22.0; 

5 23.4 

27.4' 

1 26.8! 
7,28. 6 ; 

2 30.31 

3 32.9 
3 35.5 
9,35.3 
2 38.5 
2 40.0 

7 39.6 
341.4 



101 
105! 
1071 

114 
126 

129 
140 
14l| 
131 
1391 
15l! 
174 
199: 
208, 
2351 
205 
2411 
215' 
165 
149 
151 
139' 
139 
129 
111| 
102 
94 
101 
103 



1.105 14 

1.106 15,210 
1,246 16,407 
1,289 18,176 
1,430 19,998 
1,581 25,550 
1,689130,228 
1,828 31,446 
1,680134,057 



1,817 
1,920 
2,054 
2,124 
2,330 
2.760 
2,762 



39,612 
47,232 
50.027 
42,993 
45, 130 
50,213 
41,168 



3.049 51.05 

3,033150, 004 

2,540,74,826 

2,259!50,736 

2.397J32.681 

2,158 11,099 

1.989 45,907 

1,606 40,015 

1,385 1 32, 587 

1, 144122,165 

1,014 26,972 

1,042!29,395 

1,011130,857 

1,062 35,827 

927 34,031 

958 26,939 

740'30,312 

903 1 34, 734 

623,35,944 

632 42,571 

65851,090 

684 54,412 

638 52.234 

798.46,660 

637146,770 

577 44,784 

570 31,579 

543 36,337 

496 35,078 

391 27,824 

299 28,312 

240 24,606 

178 26,320 

160 27,474 

140 26,069 



454!24.6 31.2 

,443125.7 31.8 

, 692127. 9,34.21 
254 ! 29.2 38.5; 
259.32.641.0, 
059134.4 45.51 
520:38.1 50.0 
82341.2i53.ll 

,426 47.1 60.81 
376:49.9,63.5: 
880 47.3161 .3| 
29H47.5 57.0! 
172 53.8 58.61 
629 56.2 62.6; 
470 60.9 64.5 

,621 59.l|69.3l 
868 65.5l70.4j 
304 67.772.5 
359 09.6'78.5' 
684 65.4178.8 
281 66.8177.5, 
267 72.4|82.7 
54776.0185.3: 
40775.9 87.21 



73.5 S9. 2 
70.3 89.5 
67.6,90.5 
58.7J90.0 
60.9 90.0 
74.0,93.3 
61. 3192. 3 
66.4;94.9 
...63.0 95.6} 
192|90.0,74.0l 
,467'56. 470.5: 
,922164.5 69.81 
,624170.0,76.3: 
, 942:64. 5 73.31 
,080164. 1 74 ■' 
,727166.3.76.5' 
,716 64.4 72.4' 
,161 162.5,71.6, 
,018,65.6 70.51 
,125 65.8 66.9! 
,767,69.1:66.7: 
,311:69.464.2! 
,383 64.9 64.6 1 
.444 62.1 61.5 
,724 55.3 60. 0: 
,383 50.0 60.3 
,830 43.4 58. 5| 
I I 



5, 102: 



648 
774 
960 

1,144 

1.228 

1,406 

1,364 

1.547 

1 , 565 

1,360 

1.2S8 

1,250 

1,182 

1,281 

1,201 

1.205 

1,117 

1,044 

1,156 

1,137 

1,240 

1,288 

1,251 

1 , 230 

1.112 
954 

1.240 

1.335 

1,312 

1 , 262 

1,337 

1,271 

1,118 

1,107:31 

1.153138 

1 , 073 32 
883|26 
651 '23 
609119 
434122 
400 22 
381,20 



,542,575 18.3 
,024,66521.6 
,892,462 25.0 

,204,480 27.2 
,310,173 35.5 
,953.050:44.0 
194,73750.4 
,485,729'56.8 
,239,554 62.8 
140,005 62.6 
,196,786 62.7 
,662,619,65.6 
,686, 93070.0 
,441,191174.6 
,329,56772.5 
028,080 70.0 
853. R15 77.4 
900,698 S2.7 



71 
55 

70 

65. 

92,185,121 82.3 

61, 

40 



483,775 88.0 
114,410,80.0 
007,549 82.3 
426,31585.2 
181,378 78.2 
459,159 81.4 
357,088 85.5 
,459,870;84.2 
,378,082 72.1 
685.091 79.2 
950,34784.4 
341,172 ! 84.1 
988. 19.8 '85. 5 
318,319,88.3 
972.431 ,89. 1 
012,44674.2 
064,306 76.0 
918,418 74.4 
060,045 67.5 
278,465 64.1 
215,106 68.7 
9S3, 10961 .3 
270,669,55.6 
419,41659.9 
468,443166.4 
885,513169.9 
271,031:69.4 
803, 952 [60. 8 
362,624 56.3 
134,856 54.1 
083,91346.6 
732,57840.2 



35.6 
39.8 
■15.6 
49.1 
60.2 
07.7 
5 
2 
4 
S5.8 
87.3 
4 
90.9 
92.2 
6 
90.4 
97.7 
5.3 
90.7 
95.5 
95.3 
97.7 
97.4 
87.2 
97.1 
93.3 
98.9 
83.8 
98.3 
98.8 
98.5 
72.0 
74.0 

74^5 

70.0 

75.2 

74.4 

76.4 

5.8 

6.5 

7.6 

70.2 

70.7 

5 

7 

54.3 

4 

50.4 

.5 

46.5 



108 
IV Mechanization — Table 28 — Method of loading in shipping mines — 1957 





Mobile loading mach 


nes 


Hand loaded 


Name of operator 


Total 

tons 

produced 


Number 
in use 


Machine 
shifts 
used 


Tons 
loaded 


Men 
working 


Days 
worked 


Tons 
loaded 




12,383 
757,081 
941,548 
7,588 
12,725 
151,901 
15,596 
10,093 
45,367 
21,142 
315,158 
12,376 

1,072,758 

98,081 

1,602,483 

3,010,200 

1,220,034 

40,749 

360,708 

122,451 

572,559 

50,628 

47,438 

727,399 

423,880 

198,146 

1,842,672 

978,356 

698,235 

3,677,757 

2,060,581 

220,708 

1,218,768 

35,910 

458,045 

56,186 

480,499 

20,211 

1,156,065 

600,954 

42,437 

70,632 

624,526 


1 
7 
6 


144 
2,310 
2,340 

101 


12,383 










757,081 

941,548 

7,588 








Bell & Zoller Coal Co., #3 


















19, 97 
! 


12,725 




3 


516 


151,901 






21 1 128 


15,596 




1 
2 
1 
5 


154 
256 
127 
732 


10,093 
45,367 
21,142 
315,158 








C. & C. Coal Co., #1. 


1 




1 


Cherry Hill Coal Co., #1.. 

Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin Coal Co., 


10 


102 12 37fi 


6 
2 
8 
20 
6 
1 

6 
3 

1 
2 
2 

10 
12 
6 
5 
17 
7 
3 
5 
6 
4 
1 
4 
2 
6 
6 
1 


2,015 

524 

2,800 

9,085 

2,916 

224 

852 

1,434 

894 

639 

237 

886 

476 

750 

4,374 

2,154 

1,754 

8,211 

2,370 

300 

2,200 

948 

1,476 

305 

1,472 

284 

2,808 

1,266 

179 


1,072,758 






Elk Coal Co., #1... 


98,081 
1,602,483 
3,010,200 






















1,220,034 
40,749 
360,708 
122,451 






























Lumaghi Coal Co., #4-.-- 


572,559 
50 , 628 
















47,438 

727,399 

423,880 

198,146 

1,842,672 

978,356 

698,235 

3,677,757 

2,060,581 

220,708 

1,218,768 

35,910 

458,045 

56,186 

480,499 

20,211 

1,156,065 

600,954 

42,437 
































Old Ben Coal Corp., #9 














































Peabody Coal Co., "St. Ellen" 

Pschirrer Coal Co., #3.... 




















Sahara Coal Co., Inc., #7 
















































58 


161 


70,632 




3 


1,014 


624,526 














26,093,014 


188 


61,527 


25,981,685 


108 


488 


111,329 







109 



IV Mechanization — Table 29 — Mechanical loading in shipping 

MINES FOR TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS — 1931-1957 



Entire output 



Ma- 
Mines chines' 



Part of output 



Tons Ma- 

loaded i Mines chines 



1031 
1032 

1933 

1031 

mr, 

1030 
1937 

103S 
1030 

1940 
1941 

1042 
1043 
1044 
1945 
1946 
1947 
194S 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1052 
1053 
1954 
1055 
1050 
1057 



36 1,504 : 

41 1,702| 
32 1,313 

32 1,364 

33 1,322 
371 1,2101 

42 1,127 
45 935| 
47 611 
50 631 
58 56li 
66! 631; 
56: 598 
60 j 577 
59 1 562 
64 [ 566 
65 584 
70 559 
63 1 542 
70 531 



15,138,330 
10,899,555 
13,344,573 
15,107,934 
16,649,144 
18,540,558 
21,192,003 
19,360,718 
20,023,681 
26,413,496 
29,308,412 
37,350,137 
45,422,135 
45,529,829 
43,152,237 
38,527,365 
42,946,063 
42,469,316 
29,263,382 
37,855,197 
33,531,058 
26,549,584 
27,451,029 
24,416,023 
26,158,407 
27,347,356 
25,981,685 



Tons 
loaded 



7,307,452 
4,513,101 
4,421,643 
3,492,240 
4,002,563 
6,664,612 
7,182,359 
4,089,756 
6,631,893 
4,437,590 
4,359,361 
4,554,664 
3,174,933 
5,790,101 
6,116,885 
4,089,527 



9 


48 


1,377,780 


3 


28 


729,222 


3 


15 


1,217,785 


3 


6 


32,595 


3 


6 


611,126 


8 


13 


611,541 


4 


12 


560,052 


1 
1 


1 


7,216 
11,494 















Ma- 
chines 



Tons 
loaded 



2,420 
2,280 
1,752 
1,621 
1 , 626 
1,573 
1,456 
1,157 
856 
761 



22,445,782 
15,412,656 
17,766,216 
18,600,174 
20,651,707 
25,205,170 
28,374,362 
23,450,474 
26,655,664 
30,851,086 
33,667,773 
41,904,801 
48,597,068 
50,719,930 
49,269,122 
42,616,892 
44,323,843 
43,198,538 
30,481,167 
37,887,792 
34,142,184 
27,161,125 
28,011,081 
24,423,248 
26,345,099 
27,347,356 
25,981,685 



Tons 
Mines loaded 



49.31 
42.0 
32.1 
27.9 
29.7! 
36.4 
41.1 
43.6i 
45.2J 
46.0 
51.7 
55.3 
48. 2 
45.2 
46.7, 
46.8 
47.4! 
45.6; 
42.0 
49.0 
52.2 
60.4 
55.6 
56.3 
50.5 
44.3 
45.6 



52.1 
49.1 
50.2 
48.1 
49.9 
53.3 
59.0 
61.0 
62.0 
71.0 
65.9 
68.5 
69.0 
65.5 
70.6 
70.0 
67.0 
68.0 
68.2 

64^9 
62.7 



60.1 
58.3 



IV 



Mechanization — Table 30 — Method of loading in shipping 
mines for twenty-seven years — 1931-1957 





Loading machines 


By hand 


Strip mines 


Per cent of output loaded 


Year 


Mines 


Ma- 
chines 


Tons 
loaded 


Mines 


Tons 
loaded 


Mines 


Tons 
loaded 


By 
ma- 
chines 


By 
hand 


Strip 
mines 


1931 

1932 

1933 - 

1934 


74 
68 
51 
48 
54 
64 
69 
65 
66 
64 
76 
78 
71 
74 
74 
75 
76 
73 
66 
73 
71 
67 
54 
49 
43 
39 
42 


2,420 
2,280 
1,752 
1,621 
1,626 
1,573 
1,456 
1,157 
856 
751 

743 
694 
679 
664 
652 
600 
587 
557 
537 
495 
378 
317 
264 
220 
193 
188 


22,445,782 
15,412,656 
17,766,216 
18,600,174 
20,651,707 
25,205,170 
28,374,362 
23,450,474 
26,655,664 
30,851,086 
33,667,773 
41,904,801 
48,597,068 
50,719,930 
49,269,122 
42,616,892 
44,323,843 
43,198,538 
30,481,167 
37,887,792 
34,142,184 
27,161,125 
28,011,081 
24,423,248 
26,345,099 
27,347,356 
25,981,685 


114 
104 
88 
98 
100 
82 
69 
59 
54 
59 
59 
32 
47 
52 
62 
47 
49 
44 
46 
40 
32 
17 
14 
11 
8 
7 
4 


14,078,400 

9,361,515 

12,025,455 

14,047,135 

12,277,358 

13,207, 1S9 

8,511,640 

4,933,386 

5,042,896 

3,156,987 

3,998,459 

3,308,666 

4,889,841 

6,130,465 

4,849.416 

3,831,940 

3,191,727 

2,350,818 

1,455,470 

1,575,188 

1,162,982 

772,286 

340,506 

206.476 

186,692 

150,039 

111,329 


16 

20 
26 
28 
30 
30 
25 
26 
27 
30 
28 
26 
31 
37 
36 
38 
45 
45 
39 
33 
27 
29 
28 
35 
42 
50 


6,548,798 
6,628,228 
5,599,006 
6,008,218 
7,481,349 
8,873,229 
11,176,074 
10,058,999 
11,295,547 
12,024,635 
13,367,089 
15,937,681 
15,484,712 
17,108,528 
16,203,763 
14,302,739 
14,821,339 
16,758,306 
12,835,980 
16,469,126 
17,289,932 
15,340,989 
15,495,734 
15,388.078 
17,535,630 
18,041,603 
18,439,200 


52.1 
49.1 
50.2 
48.1 
49.9 
53.3 

6L0 
62.0 
66.0 
65.9 
68.5 
71.4 
68.5 
70.6 
70.2 
67.8 

68^0 
69.7 
64.9 
62.7 
63.9 
61.0 
60.0 
60.1 
58.3 


32.7 
29.8 
34.0 

32! 1 
28.0 
17.7 
12.8 
11.7 
6.8 
7.8 
5.0 
7.0 
8.3 
6.8 
6.3 
4.8 
4.0 
3.0 
2.9 
2.2 
1.8 
0.8 
0.5 
0.4 
0.3 
0.3 


15.2 
21.1 
15.8 
15.6 


1935 


18.0 


1936 


18.7 


1937 


23.3 


1938 


26.2 


1939 




1940 


27.2 


1941 


26.1 


1942 


24.2 


1943 


21.6 


1944 


23.1 


1945 


22.0 


1946 


23.5 


1947 


27.4 


1948 -. 


27.0 






1950 


30.3 


1951 


32.9 


1952 


35.5 


1953 


35.3 


1954 


38.5 


1955— 


40.0 


1956 


39.6 


1957 


41.4 







no 



REPORT OF DIVISION INSPECTION— 1957 

The report of services rendered by the State Inspectors of CoaJ 
mines is summarized as follows: 

Days inspection coal mines 3,345 

Other classified service 1,395 

Miscellaneous service 604 

Total days 5,344 

Average days for inspector 281 

Average days inspection of mines 176 

Average days other classified service 73 

Average davs miscellaneous service 32 

Number of inspections made 1,746 

Average inspections for each inspector 92 



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ANALYTICAL LABORATORY 

The Analytical Laboratory of the Department of Mines and 
Minerals is located at 413 East Main Street, West Frankfort, Illinois. 
The Laboratory was established in January of 1948, and temporarily 
located on the University of Illinois campus. In June 1952 the Labora- 
tory was moved to more permanent quarters in Springfield, Illinois, 
where it remained until destroyed by fire December 10, 1953. 

In May 1954 the Laboratory was moved to West Frankfort, Illi- 
nois. The establishment of the Laboratory at West Frankfort, Illinois, 
was a geographical move which enabled the Laboratory to give quicker 
service to State Mine Inspectors and Mine Operators. The West Frank- 
fort area is the center of the largest coal producing field in the State of 
Illinois. 

In establishing the Laboratory in January 1948, Illinois became 
the first State to operate a Laboratory of thft type, in connection with 
its mining department. At the time of the establishment, a study of the 
Federal Bureau of Mines Laboratory was made and the Department 
Laboratory adopted methods of analyses and equipment similar to that 
used by the Federal Bureau of Mines. The Laboratory now has the 
very latest of modern laboratory equipment. 

The purpose of the Laboratory is to analyze for explosive, noxious, 
and gaseous mixtures in the mining industry. The Laboratory also 
analyzes mine dust for the determination of the percentages of com- 
bustible and incombustible material; thus, aiding the mining industry 
in the control of flame propagating characteristics of mine dust. Samples 
of gaseous mixtures may be analyzed and the results reported to the 
State Mine Inspector within one hour after the samples have been 
delivered to the Laboratory. In time of emergency, such as mine fires 
or the sealing of fire areas, the resulting analyses aid inspectors and 
management in determining procedure to be followed in eliminating 
the emergency. 

During the year 1957 there were 2,820 mine atmosphere samples 
analyzed and 3,862 coal dust samples were analyzed. Of those analyzed, 
only 9.6 per cent of mine atmosphere, and 3.5 per cent of mine dust 
samples did not meet the analyses specified by the Illinois Coal Mining 
Law. 



113 

The Laboratory personnel consists of ten employees: 

Geoge W. Sneddon, Supervisor, 411 North Horn, West Frankfort, 111. 
John N. Mitchell, Lab. Technician II, Route 2, West Frankfort, 111. 
Ralph Conover, Lab. Technician II, Route 2, Thompsonville, 111. 
Earl Brookshire, Lab. Technician II, 222 Dobson Street, Carterville, 111. 
Bernice Smothers, Lab. Technician II, Route 1, West Frankfort, 111. 
Eulah Rogers, Clerk-Steno II, 803 East Browing, Marion, 111. 
Priscilla Nicholson, Clerk-Typist I, 1216 East Oak, West Frankfort, 111. 
ElsworLh Shepherd, Lab. Helper, Route 2, Thompsonville, 111. 
Arno Stiritz, Lab. Helper, 410 West Tenth, Johnston City, 111. 
Jesse Garrett, Lab. Helper, Route 2, West Frankfort, 111. 



114 



Report of Miners' Examing Board 

date and place of meeting, number of certificates issued and 

amount of fees collected 



Date 


Place of meeting 


Number of 
certificates 

issued 


Fees 
collected 




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8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
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9 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
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6 
7 
8 
9 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
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9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

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9 
10 
11 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
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4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 




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Belleville 








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3 
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1 

2 














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Harrisburg _ 

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1 
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Herrin 









115 



REPORT OF MINERS' EXAMINING BOARD 

DATE AND PLACE OF MEETING, NUMBER OF CERTIFICATES ISSUED AND AMOUNT 

OF FEES COLLECTED— Concluded 



Date 




Place of meeting 


Number of 

certificates 

issued 


Fees 
collected 


July 


...8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

...5 
6 

8 
9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
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10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

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10 
11 
12 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
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5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
18 
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3 
4 
5 

7 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


























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4 
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3 


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Belleville.... 


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Number of— 


Output 
in tons 


Number 
employed 


Days 
worked 


Explosives used 


Accidents 


County 


Oper- 
ators 


Plants 


Powder 
pounds 


Dynamite 
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Fatal 


Non- 
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Adam= 


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40,000 
47,794 

131,014 
75,000 

373,568 
2,454,403 

202,422 
42,000 

141,000 

100,000 
1,200,000 

122,000 
1,994,319 

516,921 

1,096,391 

92,159 

143,555 

567,073 
83,970 

415,939 
8,450 

153,403 

971,064 

390,240 

1,761,080 

34,332 

290,000 
75,385 
53,469 

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10 
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15 
13 

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20 

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15 

23 

110 

6 

28 

2 

21 

366 

28 

175 

5 

56 

5 

10 

115 


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180 




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229 
300 
385 
541 
554 
120 
213 
230 
236 
185 
939 
293 
1,460 
350 
530 
275 
200 
560 




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40,000 
242,100 
872,213 
120,000 
6,000 
50,000 
40,000 
600,000 
58,195 
433,583 
152,821 
365,130 
64,300 
62,850 
192,500 




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393,885 
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466,000 

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118,000 

38,500 

7,000 

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613 
678 
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235 
307 
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Will 






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53 


55 


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1,690 


12,408 1 137.825 


5,096,468 




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Summary — Sand and Gravel — 1957 





Number of — 


Output 
in tons 


Number 
employed 


Days 
worked 


Explosives used 


Accidents 


County 


Oper- 
ators 


Plants 


Powder 
pounds 


Dynamite 
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Non- 
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2 


75,000 
36,000 
8,641 
12,979 
141,385 
523,669 
1,144,505 
652,482 
142,500 


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31 
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190 
200 
306 
306 
306 
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10 


2,737,161 


150 


2,455 




130,025 




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Summary — Shale and Clay — 195" 





Number of— 


Output 
in tons 


Number 
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Days 
worked 


Explosives used 


Accidents 


County 


Oper- 
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Plants 


Powder 
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Dynamite 
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Fatal 


Non- 
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2 


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2 
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31,750 

6,000 

198,546 

65,000 

222,228 

36,135 

8,743 

440 

9,450 

108,192 

59,621 

102,542 


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3 
164 
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10 


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250 
286 
210 
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260 
195 
476 
197 
300 




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433,983 

152,821 

1,150 

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750 

19,655 

8,620 

800 






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18 


18 


848,647 


391 


4,180 


138,149 




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Number 
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Days 
worked 


Explosives used 


Accidents 


County 


Oper- 
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Plants 


Powder 
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Dynamite 
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Non- 
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LaSalle 


2 


2 


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2,082,233 


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260 


280 
480 




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417,550 


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REPORT OF MINING BOARD EXAMINATIONS 



State Mine Inspectors — 1957 



Name 


Post office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 




Sparta 

Lincoln 


Randolph 


45 
56 


Iowa 


Aug. 26, 1957 
Aug. 26, 1957 



















Mine Managers — First Class— 1957 



Name 


Post office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 


Cogdill, Waldo 


West Frankfort... 

Herrin 

Carrier Mills 

West Frankfort... 
West Frankfort... 


Franklin 

Williamson 

Saline 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Franklin_. 

Franklin 


32 
32 
39 
39 
31 
46 
33 




Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 


3081 




Illinois 

Illinois 














Illinois 

Pennsylvania... 








Walker, Paul A... 


Royalton 


3087 









Mine Examiners — 1957 



Name 


Post office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 






Madison 

Williamson 

St. Clair 

Randolph 


31 
31 
42 
39 
28 
37 
44 
42 
30 
35 
24 
45 




Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Aug. 26, 1957 
















Missouri 




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Coulterville 

Carrier Mills 






















Perry 








Harrisburg 










Randolph 


















Franklin 

Sangamon 








Springfield- 


Kentucky 









Electrical Hoisting Engineers — 1957 



Name 


Post office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 


Griffiths, Carl D 




27 
37 
37 
43 
43 


Illinois 

Illinois 


Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 
Mar. 4, 1957 






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Sesser 

Harrisburg 








Franklin 






Arkansas 



















130 



Electrical Hoisting Engineer — Metal Mines — 1957 



Name 


Poet office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 




Elizabethtown 




40 


Illinois 


.iMar. 4, 1957 


51 









Permit to Operate Second Motion Engine — Electrical — 1957 



Name 


Poet office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 




Staunton 


Macoupin 


71 


Nebraska . 


July 8, 1957 









Permit to Operate Second Motion Engine — Gasoline — 1957 



Name 


Post office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
! examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 




Ellisville 

Mt. Sterling 


Fulton. 


49 
54 


Illinois 

Illinois 


JlVIar. 19, 1957 
.Oct. 15, 1957 




McCombs, Clifford 


18 









Permit to Operate Second Motion Engine — Steam — 1957 



Name 


Post office 


County 


Age 


Birthplace 


Date of 
examination 


No. of 
certifi- 
cate 


Wuest, Fayette E 




St. Clair 


43 




Oct. 28, 1957 


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DIVISION OF OIL AND GAS 

State Office Building, Room 112 

400 South Spring Street 

Springfield, Illinois 

Telephones: 8-3409 and 6611— Extensions 6756-6757-6758 

GENERAL OFFICE 

Oil Conservation Supervisor. -S. F. Peterson, 835 South Second Street, 

Springfield, Illinois 

Petroleum Engineer. G. R. Lane, 2119 Grant Avenue, Spring- 
field, Illinois 

Hearing Officer..... __S. Everett Wilson, 621 South McClellan, 

Decatur, Illinois 

Clerk Typist.... Mary K. Becker, R. R. No. 1, Petersburg, 

Illinois 

Clerk Typist Buenta M. Croenne, 1 East Lawn Drive, 

Taylorville, Illinois 

Clerk Typist ...Donna Havens, R. R. No. 1, Winchester, 

Illinois 

Clerk Stenographer Margaret K. Holman, 2552 South Sev- 
enth Street, Springfield, Illinois 

Clerk Typist .... ... .Georgia I. Reed, 816 South MacArthur 

Blvd., Springfield, Illinois 

Clerk Typist ...Beverly Skeels, 301 East Allen, Spring- 
field, Illinois 



OIL AND GAS BOARD 

Chairman: B. H. Schull, Director of the Department of Mines and 
Minerals 

Members: Thomas V. Duncan, Fairfield, Illinois 

Vincent J. Nolan, Mount Vernon, Illinois 
Clarence T. Smith, Flora, Illinois 
Robert S. Cooper, Olney, Illinois 



(73827) 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

WELLS PLUGGED IN 1957 Page 

Adams County 42 

Bond County 42 

Brown County 43 

Champaign County 43 

Christian County 43 

Clark County 45 

Clay County 45 

Clinton County 47 

Coles County 49 

Crawford County 50 

Cumberland County 57 

Douglas County 57 

Edgar County 58 

Edwards County 58 

Effingham County 59 

Fayette County 60 

Ford Count}' 61 

Franklin County 61 

Gallatin County 62 

Greene County 63 

Hamilton County 63 

Hancock County 65 

Jackson County 66 

Jasper County 66 

Jefferson County 67 

Johnson County 69 

LaSalle County 69 

Lawrence County 69 

McDonough County 72 

Macon County 72 

Macoupin County 73 

Madison County 73 

Marion County 74 

Menard County 75 

Mercer County 75 

Montgomery County 75 

Morgan County 76 

Moultrie County 76 

Perry County 77 

Piatt County _ 77 

Pike County 77 



Page 

Randolph County 77 

Richland County 78 

St. Clair County 79 

Saline County 79 

Sangamon County 81 

Schuyler County 81 

Shelby County 81 

Tazewell County 82 

Union County 82 

Wabash County 82 

Washington County 85 

Wayne County 86 

White County 90 

Williamson County 93 

PRODUCING OIL WELLS (Permits Completed in 1957) 

Adams County 95 

Bond County 95 

Christian County 96 

Clark County 97 

Clay County 98 

Clinton County 1 00 

Coles County - 100 

Crawford County 1 01 

Cumberland County 105 

Douglas County 105 

Edwards County 106 

Effingham County 107 

Fayette County 107 

Franklin County 107 

Gallatin County 1 08 

Hamilton County 109 

Jasper County 111 

Jefferson County 112 

Lawrence County 113 

Macon County 1 16 

Madison County 116 

Marion County 116 

Montgomery County 117 

Perry County 117 

Pike County 118 

Richland County 118 

St. Clair County 119 

Saline County 119 

Sangamon County 120 



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Shelby County 120 

Wabash County 120 

Washington County 121 

Wayne County 122 

White County 1 24 

Williamson County 127 

WATER INPUT WELLS— 1957 

Bond County 1 8 

Clark County 1 8 

Clay County . 1 8 

Clinton County 19 

Coles County 20 

Crawford County 20 

Cumberland County 25 

Edwards County 25 

Effingham County 25 

Fayette County 25 

Franklin County 29 

Gallatin County 1 29 

Hamilton County 30 

Jasper County 30 

Jefferson County 31 

Lawrence County 31 

Marion County 34 

Richland County 3 5 

Saline Countv 35 

Shelby County 35 

Wabash County 36 

Washington County 37 

Wayne County 37 

White County 38 

WATER INPUT WELLS— 1957 . 18 

WATER SUPPLY WELLS— 1957 16 

SALT WATER DISPOSAL WELLS— 1957. 12 

AIR INPUT WELLS— 1957 17 

GAS INPUT— 1957 17 

SUMMARY BY COUNTIES OF THE NUMBER OF 
PERMITS ISSUED, OIL WELLS COMPLETED, AND 
WELLS PLUGGED DURING 1957 



THE MOST ACTIVE OPERATORS IN ILLINOIS DURING 1957 
ON THE BASIS OF OIL PERMITS ISSUED 



FIRST: 
SECOND: 

THIRD: 

FOURTH: 

FIFTH: 
SIXTH: 



The Ohio Oil Company, 650 Cherry Street, 
Terre Haute, Indiana 

*C. E. Brehm Drilling and Producting, Box 368, 

Mt. Vernon, Illinois 
^National Associated Petroleum Company, 719 

Main Street, Mt. Vernon, Illinois 

Joe Simpkins, 6421 Easton Avenue, St. Louis, 

Missouri 

Gulf Oil Corporation, Box 774, Evansville, 
Indiana 

The Pure Oil Company, Box 311, Olney, Illinois 

Calvert Drilling Company, Box 552, Olney, Illi- 



SEVENTH: T W. George, Box 152, Mt. Carmel, Illinois 

*Skiles Oil Corporation, Box 251, Mt. Carmel, 
Illinois 

EIGHTH: Carter Oil Company, Box 43, St. Elmo, Illinois 

NINTH: *Kelley, Conrad, Kaye Drilling Company, Inc., 

7100 South Madison St., Hinsdale, Illinois 
Tidewater Oil Company, Box 243, Robinson, 
Illinois 

TENTH: F. L. Strickland, Box 339, Mt. Vernon, Illinois 

ELEVENTH: * Walter Duncan, Box 206, Mt. Vernon, Illinois 

* Perry Fulk, Box 131, Olney, Illinois 

TWELFTH: *Jet Oil Company, 310 South Michigan, Chicago, 

Illinois 
*Kewanee Oil Company, Box 232, Robinson, 

Illinois 
*H. F. Robison, Box 272, Vandalia, Illinois 

THIRTEENTH: Black and Black Oil Company, 1037 West Main 

Street, Olney, Illinois 

FOURTEENTH: *D. T. Drilling Company, Box 802, Grayville, 

Illinois 
*N. V. Duncan Drilling Company, Box 302, 

Fairfield, Illinois 
Texas Company, Box 299, Salem, Illinois 



THE MOST ACTIVE OPERATORS IN ILLINOIS DURING 1957 
ON THE BASIS OF OIL PERMITS ISSUED (Concluded) 

FIFTEENTH: * Athene Development Company, P. O. Box 54, 

Champaign, Illinois 

* Collins Brothers Oil Company, Box 379, Mt. 

Vernon, Illinois 

SIXTEENTH: *J. S. Carter, Cheffield Apts., Fairfield, Illinois 

*Coy Oil Inc., Box 324, Evansville, Indiana 

SEVENTEENTH: *Mahutska Oil Company, Box 259, Robinson, 

Illinois 
^Triangle Oil Company, Box 230, Mt. Carmel, 

Illinois 
*V. S. and S. Drilling Company, 1004 Ridgely 

Building, Springfield, Illinois 

EIGHTEENTH: *Alva C. Davis, P. O. Box 299, Fairfield, Illinois 

* Development Associates Inc., 1419 Henry St., 

Alton, Illinois 
*Farrar Drilling Company, 813 Broadway, Mt 

Vernon, Illinois 
*V. R. Gallagher, 312 Court Building, Evansville, 

Indiana 
*J. V. Murvin, Box 290, Olney, Illinois 
*A. W. Rea, Box 626, Abilene, Texas 
*E. E. Rehm, P. O. Box 85, Evansville, Indiana 

NINETEENTH: *J. L. Schaeffer, Box 35, Mattoon, Illinois 

*V. D. Jarvis, 447 Standard Office Building, De- 
catur, Illinois 

TWENTIETH: *Lohmann- Johnson Drilling Company, 320 Indi- 

ana Bank Building, Evansville, Indiana 
*Partlow and Cochonour, Box 37, Casey, Illinois 



• Denotes that the operator was tied for the respective place because of an 
number of permits having been issued to another operator. 



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DIVISION OF OIL AND GAS 

The Division of Oil and Gas of the Department of Mines and 
Minerals is required to enforce the provisions of "An Act in Relation 
to Oil, Gas, Coal and Other Surface and Underground Resources," and 
the Rules and Regulations formulated pursuant to the provisions of the 
Act. 

It is the duty of the Division to see that oil wells are properly 
spaced; to control the drilling and plugging of oil wells and wells drilled 
in connection therewith; to see that necessary precautions are observed 
to protect the workable coal seams through which wells are drilled and 
to prevent pollution of land and fresh water supplies resulting from oil 
field operations. 

Permits must be obtained from the Division of Oil and Gas before 
wells are drilled for oil, gas, watersupply, water input, gas input, air in- 
put, salt water disposal, and structure test. In 1957, 4,432 such per- 
mits were issued. The Law requires that for each well drilled or ac- 
quired, the operator must furnish the Division with bond coverage to 
guarantee the eventual plugging of the well and the satisfactory restora- 
tion of the well site. The State oil well inspectors are in attendance to 
supervise the plugging of all abandoned drill holes, which in 1957 num- 
bered 2,184. 

The Division furnishes copies of permits and plugging affidavits 
to the State Geological Survey, and is charged with the responsibility 
of seeing that well logs and cuttings are sent to the Survey. The Divi- 
sion also receives and records completion data on wells drilled. 

The Rules and Regulations of the Division provide for the calling 
of public hearings, upon written request of any interested person, for 
the purpose of taking action with regard to any matter within the 
jurisdiction of the Department. All such hearings are made of record in 
the Division and are open to public inspection. 

The Oil and Gas Board consists of four members and the Director 
of the Department and is subject to call by the Mining Board for ad- 
vice and consultation on matters pertaining to the oil and gas industry. 



LIST OF OIL WELL INSPECTORS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE 
DISTRICTS 



Oil well inspectors 



Telephone 
Numbers 



Counties served 



Bennett, Lowell E., R. R. #3 Martinsville 

Bourland, George R., Woodlawn 

Bradham, Cloyd, Cisne 

Dart, O. M., R. R. #2, Oblong 

Dothager, Herman, R. R. #2, Mulberry Grove. 

Heady, Marion, 217 Sycamore Ave., Newton... 
Hixon, Charles H., R. R. #4, Olney 



Hortin, Lloyd, Box 129, Albion. 
Johnpeter, Charles H., Posey... 



Johnson, Harry, R. R. #1, Edgewood. 



Laws, W. Raymond, 716 N. Washington, Bridgeport. 
Long, Gaylord M., R. R. #1, Taylorville 



7275 

2301 

61-R-12 



Pittsburg 
Thru 
Vandalia 
24-R-8 

319-R 

Claremont 
13-F-12 



Carlyle 
2362 



Farina 
3711 



Owaneco 
567 



Clark, Coles 
Jefferson, Washington 
Wayne 
Crawford 



Bond, Fayette, Madison 
Cumberland. Jasper 



Field Supervisor 
Rogers, Charles, 504 N. 20th St., Herrin.. 



Uhls, Orlie, Odin 

Vinyard, Donald, 1508 Fisk, Eldorado. 
Wade, Winston, R. R. #6, Paris 



Weiler, Eugene, Box 347, Flora. 



Wheeler, Inman H. Box 28, Broughton 

White, Sereno, R. R. #2, Mt. CarmeL 

Inspector-At-Large 
Long, Joseph, 211 White Street, Hillsboro. 



Normandy 
2-7373 



46-R-3 
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Richland 
Edwards 



Clinton, Monroe, 
Randolph, St. Clair 

Effingham, Moultrie 
Shelby 



Bureau, Christian, Fulton, 
Knox, Lee, Logan, Macon, 
Mason, Menard, Peoria, 
Sangamon, Tazewell 



Alexander, Franklin, 
Hardin, Jackson, 
Johnson, Massac, Perry, 
Pope, Union, Pulaski, 
Williamson 

Marion 

Gallatin, Saline 



Boone, Champaign, Cook, 
DeKalb, DeWitt, Douglas, 
DuPage, Edgar, Ford, 
Grundy, Iroquois, Kane, 
Kankakee, Kendall. Lake, 
LaSalle. Livingston, 
McHenry, McLean, Piatt, 
Vermilion, Will 



Clay 

Hamilton 

Wabash 



KE 2-2880 'Adams. Brown, Calhoun, 
Cass, Green, Hancock, 
Jersey, Macoupin, Mercer, 
Morgan, MoDonough, 
Montgomery, Pike, Rock 
Island. Schuyler, Scott 



Sturm, Lenard R., 312 West Commerce St. Grayville. 



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Summary by Counties of the Number of Permits Issued, 
Oil Wells Completed and Wells Plugged During 1957 





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Plugged 

wells 

completed 

in 1957 




Number of No-Fee Permits Issued 


County 


Salt 
water 
disposal 


Water 
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Structure 
test 


Water 
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Gas 
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Air 
input 




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3 

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128 

114 

140 

83 

61 

275 

12 

1 

105 

12 

44 

56 

41 

58 

6 

13 

80 

1 

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2 

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4 

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101 

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68 
33 
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53 
15 
27 
165 
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55 

17 

209 

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51 


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37 

28 
34 

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15 
21 

28 


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3 

128 
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54 


51 

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107 

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43 




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37 


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126 




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38 
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11 

32 

1 
27 

2 

7 
68 
22 
82 
26 

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29 


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23 
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149 
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138 

100 
198 
265 


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31 
99 
110 


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7 
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103 




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Woodford 


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1295 


2184 


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