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M I SAY-BETTY AIN'T 'i- I WHEN POP SAID VOU WS I , p H ! J SHE TOO) POP BE j W I Tafs T 'jniHC THE ONLY ONE. THAT . I A BIG S1MP.M0M STOOD UP Vjfr 1 OUGHTA KNOW &ETTER-JI1' 1 A FLLERB V HIS j 7 j liUmfc LIKES VOU! pO? TIL, for YDO SHE DID I , TA U 0tV 0 )T 1 1 LOOK ? H-1 Aa JL ' i riaMfc ' I it I i . . .1 " " ' ' I " " I " I KaKK..iIwM -M M . BLUE GRASS LEAGUE SCHEDULE Thursday, June 21 Lexington at Winchester. Paris at Cynthlana. MayavIIlo at ML Sterling. Sunday, July 2 Paris at Lexington. Mt. Sterling at Cynthlana. Winchester at Maysvllle. Tuesday, July 4 (Independence Lexington at Cynthlana. Paris at Maysvllle. Mt. Sterling at Winchester. Sunday, July 9 Lexington at Mt. Sterling. Cynthlana at Maysvllle. Winchester at Paris. Thursday, July 13 Lexington at Maysvllle. Paris at Mt. Sterling. Winchester at Cynthlana. Sunday, July 16 Winchester at Lexington. Paris at Cynthlana. Maysvllle at Mt. Sterling. Thursday, July 20 Lexington at Paris. Cynthlana at Mt Sterling. Winchester at Maysvllle. Sunday, July S3 Mt. Sterling at Winchester. Cynthlana at Lexington. Maysvllle at Paris. Thursday, July 27 Lexington at Mt Sterling. Paris at Winchester. Maysvllle at Cynthlana. Sunday, July 30 Maysvllle at Lexington. Paris at Mt. Sterling. Winchester at Cynthlana, Thursday, August 3 Lexington at Winchester. Paris at Cynthlana. Maysvllle at Mt. Sterling. Sunday, August 6 Maysvllle at Winchester. Paris at Lexington. Mt Sterling at Cynthlana. Thursday, August 10 Lexington at Cynthlana. Maysvllle at Paris. Winchester at Mt. Sterling. Sunday, August 13 Paris at Winchester. Mt. Sterling at Lexington. Maysvllle at Cynthlana. Thursday, August 17 Maysvllle at Lexington. Mt Sterling at Paris. Cynthlana at Winchester. 4 Sunday, August 20 Winchester at Lexington. Cynthlana at Paris. Mt. Sterling at Maysvllle. Thursday, August 24 Lexington at Paris. Mt Sterling at Cynthlana. Winchester at Maysvllle. Sunday, August 27 Cynthlana at Lexington. Paris at Maysvllle. ' Winchester at Mt Sterling. Thursday, August 31 Lexington at Mt Sterling. Paris at Winchester. Maysvllle at Cynthlana. Sunday, September 3 Cynthlana at Winchester. Lexington at Maysvllle. Mt. Sterling at Paris. Thursday, September 7 Lexington at Winchester. Cynthlana at Paris. Mt. Sterling at Maysvllle. Sunday, September 10 Paris at Lexington. Dy) MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL Cynthlana at Mt Sterling. Winchester at Maysvllle. Thursday, September 14 Lexington at Cynthlana. Maysvllle at Paris. Mt Sterling at Winchester. Sunday, September 17 Mt Sterling at Lexington. Winchester at Paris. Cynthlana at Maysvllle. Thursday, September 21 Lexington at Maysvllle. Paris at Mt Sterling. Winchester at Cynthlana. Sunday, September 24 Winchester at Lexington. Paris at Cynthlana. Maysvllle at Mt. Sterling. Thursday, September 2J Lexington at Paris. Mt Sterling at Cynthlana, Maysvllle at Winchester. Sunday, October 1 Cynthlana at Lexington. Paris at Maysvllle. Winchester at Mt Sterling. Thursday, October 5 Lexington at Mt Sterling. Paris at Winchester. Maysvllle at Cynthlana. Sunday, October 8 Cynthlana at Winchester. Maysvile at Lexington. Mt. Sterling at Paris. Thursday, October 12 Winchester at Lexington. Cynthlana at Paris. Mt Sterling at Maysvllle. ft STEPSTONE Willie Ragan, Correspondent Berkley and Robert Thomasson, of Mt. Sterling, visited their grandmo ther, Mrs. Callle Ragan, the past week. Miss Essie Sexton, of Paris, Is vis iting Miss Clay Blevins. Lee Maxey Is very ill with pneu monia this week. Miss Mary Llllle Jones is visiting her cousin, Miss Ada Mae Johnson, at Lexington. Roy Johnson, of near Mt Sterling, spent the past week with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray. Clyde Turley and family, of Mt. Sterling, spent Saturday and Sunday with C. W. Turley and wife. Mrs. Carpenter continues very ill. Mrs. Burl Ray, of Mt Sterling, spent Saturday with " Mrs. Callle Ragan. Miss Emma Lee Johnson Is visit ing her cousins, Burl and Paul Ray, at Mt. Sterling. Mrs. H. D. Blevins returned home Saturday from a visit with friends In Bourbon county. Mrs. Algin Martin and baby, of Mt. Sterling, visited her sister, Mrs. Robert Garrett, the past week. Mrs. Lloyd Alexander was visiting in Mt. Sterling Saturday. Mrs. Wills and daughter, of Mt. Sterling, spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Gar rett. Luther Kendall and family spent Sunday with Richard Carpenter and wife. Granville Stone visited his daugh ter, Mrs. Ben Thompson, the past week. G. W. Klncald visited his daughter, Mrs. Carl Garrett, at L. & E. Junc tion, Saturday. dbf , $iml. -J. ROWAN COUNTY S. S. Casaltv. Corresnondent The postofdeo has been moved from Main street to Fairbanks street to much more commodious quarters. Attorney Lester Hogge and others have been hustling the past week, securing rights of way for the up per section of tho Midland Trail, on which grading will begin soon. The recent change in tho survey, elimi nating all streams and railroad cross ings, was a good one. The summer school Is getting along nicely with an average attendance of about sixty-five. Prof. Lappln, the principal, is ably assisted by Misses Humphrey and Royalty. As Henry Bright used to say to himself, "this town has been dis tressingly sober for some time." It looks like the moonshiners and boot leggers have gotten ashamed of their occupations and quit That last In struction Judge Prewltt gave the grand jury "put tho panic on" the boys to a good extent Mrs. A. B. McKlnney Is dangerous ly 111 at the St. Joseph Hospital, in Louisville, following a surgical op eration. Mayor H. L. Wilson and tho wide awake city council are making many Improvements in sidewalks and storm sewers In the city. Before another year Morehead will have a complete system of waterworks with sanitary and storm sewerage, and then we'll have the streets with brick. H. M. Logan, an old and much re spected citizen of this city, Is quite 111 from the effects of hot, dry weather. Mr. Foley, of Bath county, visited his daughter, Mrs. A. W. Young, the past week. Judge W. G. Blair, land agent for the Clearfield Lumber Company, came down from his home at West Liberty this week on business con nected with the company's land. Dry weather has just about ruin ed the Irish potato and oats crop in this county. Corn, however, Js still looking well and could stand several days more of drouth. The thief who stole eleven of S. S. Casslty's best frying chickens a few nights ago left his dog shut up In the chicken house. The thief Is known, as well as his ally, who made sale of them the next day, but It they will pay for the chickens they may escape the penitentiary. Produce Review The heaviest production of butter for tho entire country so far the present season seems to have been the past week. Production from now on should show a gradual decrease, governed by the pasturage condi tions. On account of good demand for current use and storage purposes, the market has worked slightly higher. Production of eggs Is normal for this season of the year. The con suming demand is not as heavy as previously, and the amount going In to storage is about normal. Prices have shown somo decline. On account of demand being for line stock, best prices are being paid for eggs from northern sections. The movement of livo hens contin ues heavy for this time of year and all markets aro on a lower level. Spring chickens are moving In larger quantities and prices aro work ing lower, which is usual for this season. By Charlea Sugliroe f Wmni Ncwijttpcf Voiom $ W.i'4 '! ii i RASHQULLION PROHIBITION LAW IS HELD' TO BE VALID Tho Rash-Gulllon prohibition law was held constitutional Friday by tho court of appeals. Tho court dented Matt Lakes a writ of prohibition to provent the county judge of Madison county try ing him on a charge of violating the Rash-Gulllon prohibition act passed at tho 1922 session of tho general as sembly. Lakes had attacked the constitutionality of the law. Tho court upheld the constitution ality of tho Rash-Gulllon act on every point attacked in the petition of Lakes. The sufficiency of the emer gency clause, under which the act becamo a law Immediately that the governor signed It was attacked. This, tho court said, was a legisla tive function and not one for the court to decide. Regarding an attack on the ground that tho ball required, punishment and fines were excessive and cruel. the court said that "probably the fines and Imprisonment provided are more drastic than necessary to affect tho purpose of the law, but that the court could not interfere with legis lation unless it was manifestly exces sive and cruel." The petition also alleged that tho legislature was trying to usurp the powers of tho courts by providing a peace bond. This the court held was within the jurisdiction of the legislature and, that the peace bond merely was a means of Insuring the prevention of future crime. The allegation that the law gave somo courts of the same class juris diction while withholding it from others, was held by the, court to be untrue. All courts of the same class are r OUR RADICAL REDUCTIONS In Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses, Kimonas, Sweaters and Summer Furs EXTREMELY LOW PRICES onHoisefy, Silks, Wash Dress Goods, White Goods, Knit Underwear, Corsets and Brassiers, Long Cloths and Nain sooks. Millinery, Toilet Goods, Silk Scarfs, Luggage, Rib bon, Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Notions. Remember, This Sale Includes Every Item In The Store Mitchell, Baker A Smith H iiiiTmrrTMiwMir-irnwwrMnDMjicjLMiiiLMjMBMi. It Will Pay You Well To Attend This Sale L $5.75 for LEXINGTON LEADER (Daily and Sunday) Regular price $5.00 and Mt Sterling Advocate (Twice a Week) Regular price $2.00 THIS OFFER GOOD Send all remittances to the ML Sterling Advocate given the same jurisdiction, the court said. The law gives justices of the peace, police and county court Jurisdiction to try liquor law viola tion cases. The allegation that the law is un constitutional because it provides for trial of "Indictable" offenses In police, jucttce and county courts where juries of six persons Instead of twelve are allowed was over SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE NOW GOING ON i ( ... I the the IN KENTUCKY ONLY thrown by the court within the state ment that so long as a jury trial is assured to a defendant It makes no difference whether the jury contains six or twelve persons. Ladles, buy Holeproof hose. Every pair sold brings another customer. AH hose especially priced. The Walsh Company. 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