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Beaver, Lattie, Kitts, Ky.
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do. P. O. Lewis
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Harlan Hardware Co. 25
do.. C. M. Blanton.
Cawood & Labbon.
do Carlisle R. Petty..... Harlan Hardware Co... (36)3
Relief R. L. Farmer (coroner)| Cumberland Hardware 45
Cawood & Labbon.
do. W. N. Jones
Cumberland Hardware 50
Farmer J. H. Hendren Cawood & Labbon.. 34
Miner. D. M. Jenkins. Arthur H. Johnson 50
Evans, Jason W., Cumberland, Ky..
Homicide deaths, Harlan County, 1934, 1935, 1936, January 1937—Continued
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Aug. 12, 1934
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Clauden, Percy, Kenvir, Ky-
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Sept. 17, 1934 Sept. 19, 1934
do. B. E. Giannini.
Harland Hardware Co. 40
40 Miner. S. H. Rowland.
Cawood & Labban.
Arthur H. Johnson
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I, J. F. Blackerby hereby certify that I am Director of the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the State Health Department of Kentucky,
J. F. BLACKERBY.
NETTIE FERGUSON, Notary Public.
Mines at Malcomson, Ky.
GREEN-SILVERS COAL CORPORATION, INCORPORATED
MINERS AND SHIPPERS OF DOMESTIC AND STEAM COAL
HARLAN, Ky., March 20, 1937. To whom this may concern:
The Green-Silvers Coal Corporation, of Harlan, Ky., was incorporated in 1933, and sub-leased the mines and equipment of the Harlan Gas Coal Co., and the Corporation has operated their mines continually since and and have had no labor trouble, whatever, and, the relations between the Corporation and its employees have always been mutually satisfactory.
This Corporation, never has owned, nor, does not now own, any Guns of any kind, Machine Guns, tear Gas bombs, or, any other weapons for the purpose of combating strikes, &c., or to intimidate its employees.
This Corporation employs one Deputy-Sheriff, at a salary of $80.00 per month, paid through the pay-roll, as a peace-officer and watchman-more especially as watchman, for purpose of protecting loaded coal cars from being robbed before cars are pulled from siding, and this Deputy has lived in this Camp for over fifteen years and has never been in the Courts for any misconduct.
The Green Silvers Coal Corporation relations with the Public have been pleasant and all have been free to enter our premises and depart at will.
Respectfully submitted. (SEAL)
GREEN SILVERS COAL CORPORATION,
T. R. MIDDLETON, President. Attest;
E. M. HOWARD, Secretary.
CABLE ADDRESS: "FEDERALLAB"
FEDERAL LABORATORIES, INC.
General Offices & Factory, 185 Forty-first St., Pittsburgh, Pa., U. S. A. Shipped to: Mary Helen Coal Corp.,
Coalgood, Ky. (Harlan County)
Date: October 3rd, 1935.
F. o. b.: SP
Payments to be made only to Federal Laboratories, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. All claims for shortage or damage must be made within 5 days of receipt of goods. Goods returned without
our permission will not be accepted
FEDERAL LABORATORIES, INC.
Date: Oct. 19, 1933
Agent: House-Mann-Baum Pittsburgh, Pa.
Invoice No.: 18346 (Att: Purchasing Agent.)
Our Order No.: 19959
Your Order No.: L 5858 Terms: Net Shipped 10-3 Via Parcel Post. 2 Heavy duty gas masks, $25.00 ea.
$50.35 [Stamped: Prices O. K. H. D. D., purch. agt.: F. O. B. PGH; amount 0. K. H. T. S.; date mtl. rec'd 10/6/33; inspected by H. H. Agwell; charge L-W4–12b. approved: H. H. Whitemang.) Shipped to: US Coal & Coke Co.
Lynch, Harlan County, Ky.
Payments to be made only to Federal Laboratories, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Goods returned without our permission will not be accepted
UNITED STATES Coal & CORE COMPANY
SUBSIDIARY OF UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION
Branch offices; Frick Building Annex
PITTSBURGH, Pa., April 23, 1937.
Education and Labor under S. R. 266,
Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C. MY DEAR MR. WOLHFORTH: When I was a witness before the Sub-Committee on April 21, 1937, Senator La Follette requested information with respect of the Directors of the United States Coal & Coke Company and the H. C. Frick Coke Company, which I was to furnish later. I have obtained this information, and beg to advise that the Directors of the respective Companies are as follows:
United States Coal & Coke Company.-L. H. Burnett, B. F. Fairless, W. A. Irwin, Thomas Moses, J. D. McCreery, C. S. Wardley, R. H. Watson.
H. C. Frick Coke Company.-C. L. Albright, B. F. Fairless, Chas. M. Gates, Benjamin F. Harris, W. A. Irwin, Clay F. Lynch, Thomas Moses, Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., R. H. Watson.
From the foregoing you will note that Directors common to both Companies are B. F. Fairless, W. A. Irwin, Thomas Moses, and R. H. Watson. Very truly yours,
HARRY W. MOSES,
19.-, by and between the CLOVER SPLINT COAL COMPANY, a corporation organized under and existing by virtue of the laws of the State of Kentucky, party of the first part (hereinafter called the Lessor), and..
of County, Kentucky, party of the second part (hereinafter called the Lessee), WITNESSETH:
The Lessor hereby leases to the Lessee for the term of one month from this date, and thereafter from month to month until notice to terminate shall be given as hereinafter provided, the following described property, to-wit, a certain lot and dwelling house known as No.------.on the lands of the Lessor and its works in Harlan County, Kentucky. The Lessee agrees to pay as rent for said premises the sum of $.
-- per month, to be paid in advance in equal semi-monthly installments on the regular pay days of the Lessor, at the office of its works at Closplint in the County of Harlan, State of Kentucky.
It is further agreed as follows:
First: The Lessee agrees to use the said premises as a dwelling house for himself and family and for no other purposes; to take good care of the premises and to return the same at the expiration of this lease in as good order as received, ordinary wear and tear and natural decay excepted, unless the improvements should be destroyed by lightning, or other natural cause, or fire not caused by his fault; and not to erect or permit to be erected on the premises any nuisance or commitany waste.
Second: In case the premises herein leased, or any part thereof, shall, during the term of this lease, be destroyed or damaged by fire or other casualty, so that the same shall thereby be rendered unfit for habitation, which is to be determined by the Lessor, then and in that event the Lessor may at any time within ten days after the happening of such casualty, by notice to the Lessee, determine or cancel this lease and unless it be so determined, the rent herein before stipulated to be paid or a just and proportional part_thereof shall be suspended or abated until the premises shall have been by the Lessor rebuilt or repaired and put in proper condition for use and habitation, and the rent shall thereupon recommence immediately after said rebuilding or repairing shall have been completed; but in any event the rent shall be paid up until the day of said fire or casualty.
Third: The Lessee agrees that he will not assign or sub-let any part of the premises without the written consent of the Lessor.
Fourth: If the Lessee should hold over, he shall be considered as holding from month to month subject to the terms of this lease.
Fifth: The Lessee accepts this lease on the terms and conditions herein mentioned, and should he violate any of said terms and conditions, he agrees to vacate the premises within five days after being notified by the Lessor to surrender and deliver up the possession of the said premises, and to pay the rent for the proportionate part of the month the premises may have been occupied at the regular monthly rent. Should the Lessee fail to vacate the premises within five days after having been notified so to do, then the Lessor reserves the right to enter upon said premises and take possession thereof.
Sixth: As the Lessor maintains the leased premises for the accommodation and convenience of its employees, if for any cause the Lessee shall cease to be in the employ of the Lessor, this lease shall end five (5) days thereafter and within the said five (5) days the Lessee shall deliver up to the Lessor full and peaceable possession of the leased premises without notice from the Lessor.
Seventh: The Lessor may at any time determine this lease for any cause after five days' notice given to the Lessee and at the expiration of said five days the Lessee agrees to surrender peaceable possession.
Eighth: If the Lessee shall at any time or for any cause fail to deliver peaceable possession of the premises to the Lessor after the five (5) days' notice herein provided for, then the Lessor shall be entitled to receive or sue out a distress warrant for rent, whether the same became due before or after the notice to terminate had been given the Lessee, and any receipt of such rent or suing out a distress warrant shall not be considered a confirmation or renewal of this lease.
Ninth: Should the Lessor at any time rightfully seek to recover possession of the premises, and be obstructed or resisted therein, and any litigation thereon ensue, the Lessee shall pay and discharge all costs and attorneys' fees and expenses that shall arise from enforcing the covenants of this indenture by Lessor. After