Clipped From The Mason City Globe-Gazette

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Ihe crop that the agriculture he with make never his worst authorities relatives, to make a the "Colonel : Roy',W: Easley of the state trdODs said: We will allow peaceful picket- ins in reasonable numbers but will not permit the massing of men at any one point." The colonel warned that if the men continued "to loiter about Harlan'streets'they-will be given military escort out of town." George Titler. secretary and treasurer of the Harlan U. M. district declared: he died. "Instead of peace and no in- timidation. the troops will not us go within six miles of a camo. They have a bridge a mile and a half from Kills are blocking slate highways. ; Called "Blflody Harlan" Colonel Easley said troops had :een posled as guards along the lighways entering Harlan county county to prevent on influx of from other fields. Even before the test between operators and union miners as strength in this field torn for by labor strife, the county again lived up to "bloody Harlan." While national guard troops.^ ordered here by Gov. A. B. Chandler 557 strong, rolled in trucks from Tuans Towns in southern end of the state, one non-union miner was killed at Yancey and his brother-in-law jailed for the fatality. Wouldn't Submit to Arrest

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  1. The Mason City Globe-Gazette,
  2. 15 May 1939, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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