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Established 1887 35th Year-No 34
ffRlDAYJUME 16, 1922
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LUTING time is hen ! The sVaion for.
outdoor activities is at Find. vPreparcyjpur VV
warorooe 01 looiwear. wy noes ro marcn your, jL ,
colors n intents
and white brJtar;
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Get Into the Spirit otN Summer
Cut out pumps in
dainty stiar and
Comfort and come'
lincss combined in
our newest fashions.
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aim speak, you feel
Ith a real moa
id lofty Idealism
Id give bis life
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lonately by his
overseas. lie has
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fand pep of "Dllly
In style and ap-
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The dpacJ Calling!
Foot it irb-jComfort
Prepare for trf'c- call of the open road and the intriguing lane.
But keep comfort in mind ifTfjywh to enjoy4 nature in all
Foo't'vodr vay in comfort foot your way in the Red Cross
Comfort is an assured comrade always, all day, because this
shoe is made to fit the foot in action designcd'tdjlead an
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active 111c comionaoiy.
W. A. McKenzie
We Fill Mail Orders - Fone No. 36
POLLY OF THE CIRCUS
") "Polly of the Circus," the
New York play that is coming
with our Chautauqua, telU u
a charming story. Poll.'s mother
it appears, was the greatest cir
cus rider in the world and Polly
is now queen of the ring. An ac
cident befalls Polly is thrown
from her horse and injured, they
carry her to the house nearest
the circus grounds. It happens
to be the parsonage. And the
preacher is single.
Because of the accident, Polly
cannot leave with the circus: and
great is the dismay of Toby, the
clown, u'nd Big Jim the boss can
vas man, for they promised her
mother that they would look
after Polly as long as they lived.
However, as time, tide and the
circus wait for no man, they
bow to the inevitable. With their
consent, Polly stays at the par
ftonage in care of Mandy the
There she gels her first glimpse
of home life, and her first les
sons in the Bible and becomes a
regular attendant at the church.
As her convalescence progresses
she makes the preacher's ,vard a
playground for the children round
The preacher enjops this im
mensely. But Deacon Strong ob
jects and so docs Mi-.s Perkins.
The Deacon has decidedly nar
row views as to the amount of
pleasure folks should have in this
world. Life, be believes, should
er-.has cauelit a
little Polly 'and
in his yard
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M!r. Pprlcins. whose "MeTljfiTSH Jl "ft
to the church has been quicken
ed by her interest in the unmar
ried parson, is jealous when she
finds Polly awakening him to the
sweetness of life a thing she
herself had not been able to ac
complish. She too, concludes
that Polly should not be there.
The climax comes when the
circus returns to that neighbor
hood and Deacon Strong sees n
chance to take matters into his
own hands and force Polly to go
But the p:eachcr has learned
his lesson well. He cant say
goodbye to Polly, for she has
taught him that life, without
losing anv of its earnestness, can
at the same time be joyous. So
he ar"' little Polly arc married,
and all are happy except rhc
Deacon and Miss Perkins.
It is a beautiful play, White
it is only a pla and therefore
allows itself to be more romatic
and tender and thrilling than
real life ordinarily is, it ncverthc
less rings true. You might call it
a pretty fable. The moral is,
never suppose that relig:on for
bids joyousness, and if it seems
prepostrous that a circus rider
should be u swett nnd lovch girl.
We take a justifiable pride in our display of Red Cross V
Shoes. Come and see it. You will say it is the smartest linV .
in"town. You will find several models catching, your eye
vamping your interest.'' U.. '
All of .them are .moderately priced.
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then someone has a wrong idea
of the circus. Those who know
tell us thats its moral atmosphere
is above reproach.
The part of Polly will be played
by Miss Eileen Cosgreif of New
York, who two seasons ago
pleased so greatly as "Peg" in
"Peg of My Heart." Harry Hug
uenot and Joseph Lavallierc, the
stars of last season's "Friendly
Enemies" are members of the
company which is said to be one
of the best that ever played on
Here Next Week. June 22-27
et Your Season Tic
Rockcastle County offers a re
ward of $150 for any information
that will lead to the arrest and
conviction of the party or parties
who murdered Abe Chasteen,
some few years ago. Governor
Morrow has been asked to double
the reward and it is highly prob
able that he will. This paper will
advise later on toat point. The
interests of justice demand that
such crimes not go unpunished.
S. F. Bowman,
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A meeting of the religious for
ces met last Sunday at the
Christian Church at Livingston
where a few had gathered to talk
over problems concerning the
Bible School work of the County
There were several splendid mes
sages brought to us. The first
was a talk by Mrs. L. M. Miller
of lt. Vernon on Young Peoples
Work, next Miss Louise Landrnm
of Mt. Vernon gave a talk on
Religious Education and its needs
Bro. S. T. Proctor spoke to us on
Organizat'on of the Adult Classes
and the benefits derived thru
organization. Rev, J. W. Ligon
also of Mt. Vernon gave a splen
did address on Administration.
There were just a few prrsent
but we are sure that there was
much good accon piished.
C C Davis,
Boys, F ve Got 'em for yon this time
Best corn per bu. $1.00
Tuxedo Chops ioo lb. bag 200
Big White Oats per bu ,60
Pearl and Dolly Varden Flour .95
White Loaf ' " . . . .85
Sunny South & Royal Bumper Meal .50
at Woodstock, Ky. June 24th.
There will be an all day meet
ing of Masons at Woodstock on
June 24th and a splendid time
is expected. A fine program has
been arranged with a number of
good speaker:). All Masons are
invited to be present.
Plenty Lard, Sugar and Peaberry Coffee. Anything in the
Heavy Grocery line.
Don't forget I have the White Naptha Soap, the best soap on the market for laundering
clothes. The girls make the hard water foam. When you get dry, come in and take a
snip of my old barrel goods and hear the news over the Radio while you cool (for CoIa)
Mama will take pleasure in entertaining you and telling you of all the happenings in and
around Mt. Vernon. Headquarters for News. '
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J. W. Rider
THE MAN THAT FEEDS THE BABIES
AT ROCKCASTLE HOTEL
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WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN
IF SOLD AT ONCE
MT. VERNON. KY.