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'A local tavern catering to coal miners stands adjacent to coal preparation plant for the Eccles mine owned by Westmoreland Coal Corp. The mine, which at one time employed some 500 miners has been idle due to a depressed metalurgical coal market according to some officials. For use with UMWA contract story. (AP Laserphoto) ( James Samsell/str3201jls) 1981.'
A group of men are pictured outside the building on a snowy day.  Several of the men hold rifles and other firearms.
The man on the left points a gun at the man on the right, who is also reaching for his gun.  Subjects unidentified.
Three men and a young boy are pictured behind the bar. In the background, Magnolia Whiskey is shelved and advertised.
Men stand beside the bar, holding drinks.
A horse-drawn carriage is pictured outside of the building's entrance. The saloon sits next to a barber shop, pool parlor, and lunch diner.
Four horses pull a cart of three men from the saloon, which is pictured in the background on the left. .
Sign above the bar reads, "Union Liquor Co., J. A. Watkins, proprietor." The store was located on the lower portion of 3rd Avenue. Seven unidentified man pose in front of the entrance.
Old Kozy Cove, an establish beer joint, is pictured mostly submerged in flood waters. To the right is Route 3.
A man leads a horse along the road. Four men stand at the saloon window.
The town is situated on the Fayette County-Raleigh County line. In the rear is the Hatfield Saloon. A barber shop and restaurant are also pictured. Winfred Sheppard was the owner of one of these establishments and is also pictured.
A group of men with bottles are pictured in front of the saloon entrance.
Photograph from the early 1900's, showing a group of men that are standing on the saloon porch.