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There is perfect joy in every puff of , the El-Rees-oo, and it is the biggest 7c. - worth on the market. Get one for your after-dinner smoke tb-day, and see how much it adds to the enjoyment of a good meal. GREENSBORO, N. C. : BARNES-HARRELL GROCER Y COMPANY WILSON - - N. C. -1 rone rrVv . . - " ;mfr si N and aSWfoi Trot In. ' ded to lt-g--- f'T-:- another p shares, wt' Be SllfC t6 GCt food share points ovfk tions. Th , comprised steel, SumT PackingV 'were fi? respont a gain ?d to insure its perfect lh in all climates and eTfect package. PROFIT? SECOND London, commons Sealed tight kspf leading of .pr::d he perfect sum in the ing. The The ch; four moti; would be-1 the meas argumen ducing chinery," small tra or penal The met are of t cerns a: The flavor lasts ff CLEAR THE WAi OF HENRY F0fD DO NOT DESTROY HIS VALUE TO THE WORLD BYVNaNDINQ HIM AN AfyAtWHIST. CULL "POULTRY SAYS KAUPP. JURY HEARS STRONG PLEA Tribune Counsel Replies That Ford's Utterances and Not His Charac ter Were Object of News paper's Editorial Attack Mount Clemens, Mich. The jury in the Ford-Tribune libel suit heard Henry Ford discussed from the stand point of neighbor, farmer, mechanic and humanitarian, and then heard the legal aspects of the Tribune's defense on the closing day of the thirteenth week of the trial. Attorney John Weeks, of Ford counsel, drew a detailed picture of Henry Ford's early years, his long period of poverty, labor and prepara tion, his rise to wealth, his sudden doubling of the wages of his men, his constant philanthropies, his dwnamic power to energize whole cities eco nomically. Ford's Ideal to Help People. "He did not gain his wealth hy ex ploiting the public or his workmen," said the attorney, "His ideal has been to help make people prosperous and happy, and he is too valuable to this country, where he was born and reared, too valuable to his fellowmen, for you to bring a damning verdict against him. "Henry Ford, with all his wealth, with all his possibilities for doing good, with, all the success that his own efforts have brought him, will be poorer than the poorest man in this court room if you send him out of here stigmatized with the shameful brand 'an anarchist. If Henry Ford is an anarchist, I wish his brand of anarchy were epidemic. I wish others of our rich men woula catch it. I wish ' distracted Russia could have some of It today. 1 wish Henry Ford's peculiar anarchy and construc tive genius could be put to work re habilitating the central empires. The world has been waiting for such a spirit to adjust its affairs. "Henry Ford is not an anarchist. He is a pacifist. Gentlemen of the Jury, when the question of armament and militant attitude for the United States was before you for settlement, how did you vote? This district sent back to congress by large majority a congressman who had stood flat-footed against all the militaristic clamor In the United States in 1915 and 1916. "Every man to his task Is a good rule, yet Tribune counsel calls this mechanic and farmer to the stand and questions him on history and litera ture and on anything except that which he knows best. If you should apply to these lawyers the same kind of a test that they applied to Henry Ford, if you were. to put them on your farms they would starve to death. Oliver Cromwell could not even write his own name, and even the fathers of our own liberties made their marks with the hilts of their swords. "If you can find Henry Ford an anarchist you will, absolutely destroy his usefulness as a citizen and stamp him as unfit for the society of his fellow men. "I ask you, gentlemen, never to consent that Henry Ford's kind of human endeavor be halted by an ad verse judgment. "Vindicate his good name and re duce the spirit that seeks to destroy him." Tribune Lawyer Speaks. Horace K. Tenney, one of the most brilliant members of Tribune counsel, followed Mr. Weeks, with an admir able address on the legal points of the Tribune's case. "The real issue in this controversy," said Mr. Tenney, "is the right of free speech, it is the right which Mr. Ford claims, it Is the right on which we reply. But the right of expression involves the right of comment. When a man expresses his views publicly upon a public question, and In your opinion his views are those of an anarchist, it is your right to express your own opinion of his' statements: The other side seems to have over looked the distinction between attack ing a man's private character and at tacking, his opinions. "Mr. Ford exercised towards his opponents on the question of national preparedness the right of fair com ment which the Tribune exercised toward him. . "The term 'anarchist' was used to sum up all the Tribune's criticism and of opposition to Henry Ford's opin ions. It must be understood as it was intended by the writer who was seeking to convey the criticism. Was the Chicago Tribune, which knew Henry Ford as the creator of a great property, charging h)is with ' starting a propaganda that would deprive him of his wealth and destroy his achieve ments? No, the term was not used In that sense. The .word 'anarchist1 has other significance." Judge of Probate Neil E. Eeid, of Mount Clemens, counsel for Henry Ford, and William T. Hosner, of Tri bune counsel, also addressed the Jury. It Is expected .that the case will go to the jury about the middle of its fourteenth week West Raleigh, Aug. 13. To have a good flock, one that pays the most money, heW shoulc be culled during August and September, says Dr. B. E. Kaupp of the North Carolina Experiment station. Dr. Kaupp sug gests that those poultrymen who do not know how to go about this cul ling get in touch with their county ogent or home demonstration agent and ask them to help. - For those who desire to study the matter in detail the Poultry depart ment of the Experiment Station and State college offers one day schools in culling poultry at West Raleigh, these schools giving the results of the experiments with poultry, which can be carried back to the folks at home. However it is easy for the aver age poultry keeper to know a good faying hen when he sees it. She tan be recognized by such signs as lute moulting, bleaching beak and shank, when - of the yellow skin ricultural Institute ia Virginia. He vsyriety, deep body good capacity, leaves for Chicago this week to at- early and late, happy and always tund the meetine of the American ungrjiad with a large bright red .Poultry Association of which he is omb. c' one of the executive officers. A poor laying hen can be quickly detected, because ste goes, to roost early and comes out latin, the morn ing, moults cleanly, a shallow tody, a slow capacity-Scomb that is t!ry and stiff and long toe nails. Such hens as this should be quickly disposed of, as they only add to the cost of the flock and give practical ly no returns. The early pullet which lays while young generally produces the best laying hen. Such a pullet should be marked by a toe punch, because when they begin to lay at five or six months of age they will moult late in the fall and become fine egg producers. Dr. B. F. Kaupp has returned to the Experiment station after de livering a series of lectures on poul try production at the Hampton Ag- ADMIXISTRATOR'S HAL.K OF PERSONAL. PROPERTY As administrator of the estate oi Joe llarrell, deceased, I .vill sell at public out cry at his late resid ence at Evansdale, Wilson county on Saturday, August 30, 1919., at 10 o'clock A. M., certain personal property belonging to his estate, consisting of live stock, farming im plements etc. Terms of sale: Cash. Paul C. Darden, ' Administrator. This August 8th., 1919. ug 8. Once wk for 3 wks. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores vitality and energy by purifying and en riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength ening. Invigorating Effect. Price 60c Cool Bojr! Whtt it' 9 so depressingly hot or brail fag and body drag to restore "S 1 "iJv vrV- the old punch and optimism Oh, boy! (fe iV V I f" jBl Pepsi-Colaputslotsofpepintbatlastlonff v .32S "VS. J ....f Qjg mile of the day's grind.; makes thou ghi j SL "7 N. ir'iV flow easily and expression brilliant; fn"& "ilPPlfjil j ifc UpL Jf Cooling Refreshing Pepifying f "EPSlCOLA l that you can't think straight ; when the beads stand out on your forehead and the heated air is absolutely motionless Pepsi-Cola brings the sea breezes to you! WILSON PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Kirby Woodard, Man ager WILSON, n. c. r ml " l1lPn IT o) ESSBSESBSSSBBS!igg,M'!!'"'"'!wiwwM We advise plowing: your cotton as quick as the land will well permit, even though you can't run but one or two furrows to the row and apply fifty to seventy-five pounds of Nitro Gem or Soda per acre. This will stimulate the cotton and avoid bad shed ding. The first week in August will not be too late and will pay you extra large profits. Yours to serve, Urct MS b.N & CO., 1b. "THE FARMERS FRIEND" 7S