Clipped From Times Herald
West In Lake a and and left to spending IF HUIGEDSUfEl (By Tho Associated Prcis) MT. VBRNON, Kentucky, Aug 22. --Will', twenty-five national guards- to men and twenty special deputy iffs on guard, the Rock Castle court house presented a martial n g pcarance as the case, of John Jr., alleged slayer of Beverly was called for trial here today. | pr i ce3 Bailey's case was brought here a change of venue from Knox where the slaying occurred. Approximately 100 members of Bailey-Lee clan and the Whites, osing factions in the most bitter nountain feud that has torn eastern Kentucky in recent years, were present present for the opening of the trial. Judge B. J. Bethurum, who is conducting the court here, asked for special guards for the court room. Major James L. Dillon, in charge the guardsmen, has issued warning to the clansmen against carrying concealed weapons during the trial. killing for which Bailey is to be occurred on April 7 last at Heidrick's Heidrick's Station near Barbourville.