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THE STANFORD INTEHIOH JOURNAL, STANFOBP, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1912
MEN'S and YOUNG
MEN'S ODD PANTS
And now, while our stock is
new, get your pick.
Blues, Serges, Greys, Browns,
Plaids, and White Flannels
and White Serges.
We have anything you can use
in the work pant line.
Mso"Pmchecks"in the "Sweet
Orr" for the warm days.
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES'
Strawberry plants, Grape Vines,
Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies,
and Phlox. Everything for Orchard
and Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue.
H. F. HHlenmeyer & Sons,
UNDERTAKERS AND EM.
BALMERS. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
gi7ry'& ISKSh1sssS33NRl fwm
Hughes, Martin & Co.
iBsSli " "
This will be a great season for
white footwear, and we are pre
pared to meet your wants with a
full line of Ladies', Misses and Chil
dren's high and low shoes.
W. E. PERKINS
Crib Orchard, Ky.
My new spring and summer sam
ples are now ready for your inspec
tion. They comprise the best on
the market. I can suit anyone as to
price who had his clothes made to
order. A suit made to your measure
is preferable to ready made clothes.
To have them made to measure
doesn't cost any more than ready
made when quality and fit ia con
sidered. Come in and let me take
H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor.
See Us Before 'Buying
Your Spring Goods
Have nice Selection of Drug
gets, Mattings, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, etc. The
Correct Styles in Millinery.
Come and see our Stock and
G, B, OT, IIDBBin ST
You can make no
mistake; in buying
a Warner's Rust
Proof Corset, price
$1, $1.50 and $2.
Also a full line of
Corsets, prices $1
Die LfiERioR Journal
8HELTOK M. SAUFLEY..
$1 A YEAH STIUCTLT lit ADVANCE
Entirti ( thi ptittlfti at Sfnfiri
tittni tUn mcil matttr.
Th tnnirancttnr&ti Id Ihli (olonn ars of
findiditei for effitf. inbjfct lo lh "Ho"
oi the democrHie prlratj;
COL. J. T. CHINK, of Uttft
3. A. BULUVAN, of iUdnen
For Commonwealth's Attorney
EMMETT PURYEAR, OF BOYLE.
W. 8. BURCH, OP LINCOLN.
M. B. BAVOHMAN
B. W. 0IVE.N8
J. 0. WEATHF.RFORD.
T. J. MILL
Fir C.vnlv JviI
1. A. KICE
M. r. NORTH
For Circuit Gtrk
J, D. WEAKEN
3. T. HOLIJAM
WILLIAM 11. HESTER
W. A. CAKSON
P. h. BECK.
B. M. OWENS
K II. BRO.VAU0.1
T. 0. SANDIDOE
J. II. BOONE.
3. T. K0BERT8
J. D. EADS
JOSEMI L. QOODE
LIGHTNING HITS DYNAMo"
of Coleman Minlnn Comoanv at
Carv. and Tears uo Thinos.
Liehtninc struck the lnrce nower
rjlant of the Coleman Mininir Com
Danv at Carv. Bell conntv. durinc a
terrific storm earlv in the week, and
did about $1,000 dnmaee to bir dv
namo. General Manaeer C. R. Cole
man has written to local friends of
the accident, which was totally un
expected a the lari.'. dvnniuo was
tho'icht to be nerfectlv mouclcd
bv lichtninc nrresters. As it was.
the bolt is said to have "come in'
tbrouch the door of the uowerhom .
and struck the biir motor ot nu un
urotected nnale. At first it was
thoueht that the dnmaee wouM bs
so hearv thut the mininz oiratin&
niieht hnve to be fc'iuc down. A
enreful examination bv extorts from
Gbsensro. however, fallowed that It
will not take lonir to repair the del
icate machinery, nnd there will be
no anDreciable loss of time. It is
thought that the insurance will about
cover Uie loss sustained. There are
several local stockholders in this
minim: comoanv in addition to Jlr.
Coleman, nnd all have watched its
splendid srrowth with much intertst.
Miss Ella Belle Newlnnd is visit
ing in Mt. Vernon.
Mesdames Emma Wilmott and
John Robbins, who have been ill, are
able to be out.
Misses Grace McCall, Fannie nnd
Sallie Brown, were in Maretburg
Mrs. Daisy Hunt was here first
of the week making preparations to
move to Crab Orchard. We regret to
give up Mrs. Hunt.
Hon Ben Pike is in Cincinnati,
this week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Christie are
rejoicing, over the arrival of a girl.
Homer and Egbert Tallin were
over from Danville first of the week.
Lngnn Stnrmes of London, is here
with his father, Ike Storraes.
Ray Crawford attended 'the com
mencement exercises Monday night
in Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. Albert Albright nnd children
of Lebanon Junction, are with re
Henry Brooks nnd Nute Marian
were at home Sunday from Hender
son. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate and Mr.
Jim Owens nnd Albert Hiatt were
in Mt. Vernon first of the week.
Walter Robbins made his weekly
trip to It. Vernon Monday ni'ht.
Mrs. Jop McCall spent last week
with her daughter, Mrs. Alice Al
bright. Etta Frith returned home Sunday
from n several weeks' visit to Dan
ville and Stanford, and is now vis
iting in .lt. Vernon.
Joe Carter leaves Saturday morn
ing for "Shelbyville.
Mrs. Malinda Honk, of Mt. Ver
non, is the guest of Mrs. II, L.
Although thee may dlipute It who
have not tried It, yet thousands of
others, who apeak from personal experi
ence, assert that there Is a permanent
cure for chronic constipation. Home
testify they were cured for as Jlttla as
nfty cents, years aeo, and that the
trouble never came back on them, whllo
others admit they took several bottles
before a steady cure was brought about.
The remedy referred to la Dr. Cald
well's Bvrup I'epsln. It has been on
the market for over a quarter of a
century and has been popularized on Its
merits, by one person telling another.
The fact that its stromtest supporters
are women and elderly people the ones
most persistently constipated makes It
certain that the claims regarding It as
a permanent cure for constipation have
not been exaggerated.
It Is not violent Ilka cathartlo nllla
Miu or .waters, but 'operates gently,
part of tk regular dial U
It hifhljr concentrated nutritW
qualities repair watte and create
physical rc$Utance fatter tnan
dUeata can 6tilroy.J AD DraciW.
SXI & ttomnt Wuomfttld N J IMI
May Not Head Junction City School
Next Term Rearet at News
Junction City, May 30.
Prof. Howard Breeding and Missc?
Agnes nnd Louise Green have gone
to their respective homes in 1'erry
ville and it is said that none of the
trio will tench in the school at thw
place another yenr. A petition was
gotten up the first of the week nnd
numerously signed, nsking tne
school trustees to retnin these ex
cellent instructors, but to no avail,
as it is said that each will seek a
different field for teaching this fall.
Miss Lucy Hnnkla is in Parks
ville, where she is the guest of
Misses Myrtle and Clco Brown.
Mrs. Mamie Dennw has returned
from Paris and will likely make her
home here in the future.
Miss Nancy Green, who hns been
the guest of Ruth McCollum during
commencement, has returned to her
home in Perryville.
Mis Sallie Dunn hns returned
from Somerset and again is in the
rrJllinery shop of her mint, Mrs.
Mnry D. Burke.
Mrs. Orville Buck hns returned
from Miffchellsburg. where she was
the guest of Mrs. James Briscoe.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Cntron nnd
Mrs. G. D. McCollum have returned
from Pnrksville where they witness
ed the decoration of graves.
Burglars were so rude as to
break into the cellar of Mr. G. A.
Dunn on Sunday everting, making
themselves richer by several jars of
Mr. and Mrs. William Trosper,
Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Reynolds. Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. R. Steele nnd daughters,
Mies Mary nnd Ada, nre in Pnri
nttending the Knight Templar Con
clave Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson
nre moving to Moreland where the
first-named will in future have
charge of the plant of the Standard
Elmer Singleton, n painter of this
city, while working in Moreland, fell
from- a step ladder three feet high
and broke his left arm. The sup
position is that if he had fallen from
a ladder six feet in height he would
have broken his neck.
Mrs. W. T. Richardson is able to
to be up after having been ill during
Mr. Everett Owens, of Earlington,
is viitin; his mother, Mrs. Eliza
Mers. Robert nnd Ray Powers,
of Perryville, were here between
trains Wednesday. The first named
tells us that he expects to go on
the road for a , cigar factory lo
cated in Deuver, Pa.
The C. N. O. & T. P. railway has
laid off G section men here until
June 1. The order took effect May
.Mr. Hubert Roberts, son of Mr.
D. A. Roberts, nnd Miss Lena Hill,
daughter of the late Charles Hill,
eloped to Richmond Monday even
ing, where they were married on
Tuesday. Their ages are 18 nnd 10,
Misses Annie nnd Sadie Cosby
went to Danville Wednesduy after
noon, going there with an idea of
doing some shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Z. Faulconer, of
Lexington, nre visiting the latter's
sister, Mrs. K. B. Sweeney.
Mr. N. R. Sinkhorn, of Shelby
City, who was accidentally wound
ed by n load of shot from a gun on
Jnnunry 11th, tells us that the wound
has never entirely healed.
Messrs. Willinui McGraw nnd
Marshall McCollum have, arrived at
home after weighing mail for 105
dnys on the C. N. O. & T. P. rail
way. Neither missed a day n't his
work nnd their friends nre justly
proud nt the excellent record made
by these young men.
Don't miss the show next week. It
comes likrhlv recommended.
without griping and without shock to
the system. It contains tonic proper
ties that strengthen the stomach and
bowel muscles so that In time medicines
of all kinds can be dispensed with and
nature is again solely relied on.
Among the legions who testify to these
facts are J. P. Blankenshlp, Sharon, Term.,
and Ileulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky.,
and they always have a bottle of It In the
house, for It Is a reliable laxative for all
the family from Infancy to old age.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buvlnr it In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or onu
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Vr.
w. u. uajaweii, gn wasmngion i-
Uontlcello. 111. Tour ubi and address I
on a postal cajrd will dfi.
llltttrtlloM fcf fkf Wtltors
(Csprrlghl, IK, by Bebba-sUrrUl Co.)
" "' CHAPTER X.
The Traders' Bank.
The morning after Haliej's return
was Tuciday. Arnold Armstrong had
been found dead at the foot of the cir
cular staircase at three o'clock on
Sunday morning. The funeral servicer
were to be held on Tuesday, and the
interment of the body wai to be de
ferred until the Armstrong,! arrived
from California. No one, I think, wat
very sorry that Arnold Armstrong was
dead, but the manner of bis death
aroused some sympathy and an enor
mous amount of curiosity. Mrs. Ogden
rttzhugh, a cousin, took charge of the
arrangements, and everything, I be
lieve, was as quiet as possible. I gave
Thomas Johnson and Mrs. watson
permission to go Into town to pay
their last respects to the dead man,
but for tome reason they did not care
Halsey spent part ot the day with
Mr. Jamlesun, but he said nothing of
what happened. He looked grave and
anxious, and he had a long conversa
tion with Gertrude late In the after
noon. Tuesday evening found us quiet,
with the quiet that precedes an ex
plosion. Gertrude and Halsey were
both gloomy and distraught, and as
Llddy had already discovered that
some of the china was broken It Is
Impossible to have any secrets from
an old servant I was not in a pleas
ant humor myself. Warner brought
up the afternoon mail and the even
ing papers at seven I was curious to
know what the papers said ot the
murder. We had turned away at least
a dozen reporters. Hut I read over
the head-line that ran half-way across
the top of the Gazette twice before I
comprehended It. Halsey had opened
the Chronicle and was staring at It
"The Traders bank closes its
doors!" was what I read, and then' I
put down the paper and looked across
"Did you know of thle?" I !
"I expected it. But not so Boon,"
"And you?" to Gertrude.
"Jack told us something," Ger
trude said faintly. "Oh, Halsey, what
can he do now?"
"Jack!" I said scornfully. "Tour
Jack's flight Is easy enough to explain
now. And you helped him, both of
you, to get away! You get that from
your mother: It isn't an Innes trait.
Do you know that every dollar you
have, both ot you, Is in that bank?"
Gertrude tried to speak, but Hahey
"That Isn't all, Gertrude," he said
quietly: "Jack Is under arrest."
"Under arrest!" Gertrude screamed,
and tore the paper out ot his hand.
Ebe glanced at the heading, then she
crumpled the newspaper Into a ball
and flung It to the floor. While Hal
sey, looking stricken and white, was
trying to smooth It out nnd read it,
Gertrude had dropped her head on the
table and was sobbing stormily.
I have the clipping somewhere, but
Just now I can remember pnly the es
sentials. On the afternoon before, Monday,
while the Traders' bank was In the
rush of closing hour, between two and
three, Mr. Jacob Trautman, president
ot the Pearl Brewing Company, came
Into the bank to lift a loan. Aa se
curity for the loan he had deposited
some 300 International Steamship
Company B's, In total value $300,000.
Mr. Trautman went to the loan clerk,
and, after certain formalities had been
gone through, the loan clerk went to
the vault Mr Trautman, who was
a large and genial German, waited for
a time, whistling under his breath.
The loan clerk did not come back.
After an interval, Mr. Trautman saw
the loan clerk emerge from the vault
and go to the assistant cashier; the
two went hurriedly to the vault. A
lapse of another ten minutes, and the
assistant cashier came out and ap
proached Mr. Trautman. He wag no
ticeably white and trembling. Mr.
Trautman was told that through an
oversight the bonds bad been mis
placed, and was asked to return the
fpllowlng morning, when everything
would be made all right
Mr Trautman, however, was a
shrewd business man, and he did not
like the appearance ot things. He
left the bank apparently satisfied, and
within 30 minutes he bad called ud
three different members of the Trad'
era' board of directors. At 3:30 there
was a hastily convened board meeting,
with some stormy scenes, and late in
tbo afternoon a national bank exam
luur wiia lu possession of the books.
The bank bad not opened for business
(Continued Next Week)
Crawford' Comedians are hero
for a stnv of one week, commencing
Mondnv. Thev come with the best
of recommendations. The Echo of
London, eavs "One of the best shows
ever seen here. A fine band and
orchestra. The Italian haru is a
treat to the lovers of music."
Every man wears a hat; not all
wear the same quality nor the same
style. Yet every one buys to suit
himself, so we try io select hats to
suit you all.
PANAMAS in full and nicdi-
urn shape at $5.00. '
YACHTS for young men at
$1.50, $2.50, $3 and $4.
JOHNB. STETSON. Need we
say any more? Can we make
it any stronger than lo say
STETSONS in full shape,black
and light colors, C 7-8 to 7 5-8
in size, price $3.50, $4 and $5
Stetson's stiff hats and young
men's soft hats in many colors
and as many styles, all at $4.
These are the VERY newest
things he makes.
In cheaper grades, we how Full
hapes, black and light colors, at $1
to $2.50. In the young men's styles
and colors we have them at $1.50,
$2 and $3. A hat to suit every man.
H. J: McROBERTS
We have the Oliver and
Brown Riding and Walk
ing Cultivators, ready for
this Season. Try One
It is the plcabiml duty o
bank to make people feel
To that end every eo
employes are m situnU-d
tention without unnceess
With unlimited fnciliti
business, nnd at the tau
tention, we invito the no
Thi Lincoln County National Bank
Capital $100,000.00. Surplus $100,100.00. Resources $500,000
Corner Next to Court House
you will open an account with a strong, progressive
Bank that will protect your interests. Why not com
mence that account with us today? Organized 1882
Capital $50,000; Surplus $25,000
First National Bank
f every officer and employe of this
at home when they come here to
nvenience is provided; officers nnd
that patrons may receive their nt
es for handling a lai-jre volume of
e time giving patrons the best of nt
counts of those who require bank-