Clipped From The Daily Plainsman
but had home It Clover orchard small runs Music* abandoned 19; an were TH- . No Indictments, In .Case. . Â· Â· Daniel . Boone Smith, youthful- Â· commonwealth attorney, insists that every effort w!s made to find witnesses in Musick case. He sent blank warrants Mustek's lawyer, he said, and to: others' interested, asking that they" fill 'i n the names of anyone that they felt' might be a witness or have knowledge ; of case. ' " ' ' . . , He deputized a miner to serve them. But a special grand jury failed. to anybody. . - r . . Judge Gilbert, before whom the . will be heard in August, is highly, re- garded throughout the community, and another grand jury will hear the .cases before him. i When 'George 'Lee faces the court that time, .there will be an illustration of how violence breeds' violence, and how the j,tin settles nothing. For George Lee will be thinking of the day six years ago when his own son. Otto, also a deputy sheriff, lay dead in the seat. a car at the boundary of Evarts, one the first victims of -the battle between miners and deputies which really gave Harlan County the name of "Bloody Harlan." an" e i ,'] NEXT: Harlan b not all bad; and Ihe. clean-up tlve, respectable elements elements their chance to wipe clean a badly smudged slate.