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FURS ONE-THIRD OFF!
A late arrival of a consignment of Furs, held up by the holiday rush, has just arrived, too late for the
holiday trade. These FURS MUST BE RETURNED BY , SATURDAY NIGHT! If you didn't get your
Christmas gift of Furs, now is the time to buy.
. FOR TODAY ONLY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4,
We Offer These Furs 'at ONE-THIRD Off Regular Price
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LADIES' AND MISSES'
$5.00 Charmouse Dresses $16.75
$20.00 add': $18.50 Chariiiouse
$16.50 and $15 j(X) Charmouse and
Serge Dresses $ 9.75
$12.50 Silk and Serge Dresses 4 7.75
$9.75 Silk and Serge Dresses J $ 5.75
Saturday we offer Ladies' $2.50 Mes
saline Petticoats at $1.98.
Regular Price on AH
Other Dresses in the
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS
FOR SATURDAY SELLING
$12.50 Ladies' Suits For $ 6.95
1 7.50 & $20" " 9.95
25.00 " " " 14.95
30.00 " " " 17.95
35.00 f " 19.95
All Women's, Misses'
DEATHS EXCEED BIRTHS
Danger of Race Suicide in
City of Hopkinsville.
Registrar W. H. Martin's annual
report of deaths and births in Hop
kinByilTe will show the following
White'...." A 61
Losses During 1912 Were
Number of Arrests For Year
1912 Was 1336.
During the ear lyl2 there were
4G fire alarms turned in to the Hop
Property jeopardized... ..$244 925
Insurance on same 108,700
Loss on same. . 30,098
. . . n . . , . . i
---------- M09C oi cne loss susiainea was m
Ppolord.'. the destruction of McLean College
173 in February.
1 In addition the contents of the
. 82 houses burned was as follows:
Colored. 71 Endangered $246,835
y-- Insurance iw.uzo
Total 153, Losses J2.621'
This'numberis not quite complete, , Total Inssea in citv from fire for
one or two doctors not naving yet the vear. S42.719.49.
reported. The total will be increasea
OFF FOR SCHOOL.
Subject Of A Paper Read Be-1 Future Middie Left Yester-
fore Athenaeum. day For Annapolis.
The Nashville Pike Book Club held
to about 160.
The deaths are for the city only.
additional death fig
a w. v
urea are for the Western Kentucky ' t h e i r annual banquet Thursday
State Hospital in Mr. Martin's dis-1 night December 26th, at'the rest
tdct: . LM nf Mi. S T. PntohprH Tin
Colored deaths 27
beautifully decorated in
greens and red bells.'
Death at Western Hospital.
Missouri Duff, aged 51 years, a
patient nt the Western State Ho
About seventy-hve enjoyed Mr. and
Mrs. Cowherd's hospitality.
Theannual report of Chief of, Pp.,
lice Roper for 1912 will show the fol
Amount of fines collected
,, $ 5,608 56
Amount of costs paid . . -1,249.10
Amount of dog tax. . . . 424.00
Pound fees, 99.50
Total cash collection S 7.381.56
Total arrests for 1912 were 1336.
The number of arrests shows an in
crease over 1911 of 133 and the cash
collections an increase of about
To February Grand Jury On
pital from Carlisle county, died of presented him with a son as a New
ileDsvonthe 26th ult. She was .Year's gift Jamea Breathitt III. sum of ?250.
'ceived here for treatment about The event raises former Attorney
s!x months ago. Interment at the lienerai James ureacnuc to tne uig
Hospital burying ground. nity of a grandfather.
John Thompson, aged 62, was
tried before Judge Knight yesterday
on the charge of being accessory to
the crime of robbing Jr.hu Garnett's
store at Pembroke, on Sunday morn
ing, December 29, when about $150
worth of goods were stolen. He
waajield over to the grand jury of
thFebruary Circuit Court, in the
And many a third-class politician
is drawing a first-class Balary.
The Atheaeumn held its January
rneeting Thursday night at Hotel
Latham, with 17 members present.
President Jouett Henry presided.
There was only one paper, a dis
cussion by Chas, M. Meacham of the
"Salem Witchcraft of 1692."
One new member was elected,
Rev. A". R. Kasey, pastor of xhe
Methodist church. Those present
Jouett Henry, A. G. Chapman, H.
G Brownell, A. H. Eckle3, Dr. M.
Brown, Ira L. Smith, T. J. Mc
Reyuolds, H. W. Linton, Geo. E.
Gary, John C. Duffy, W. T. Tandy,
D. A. Clark, J. W. oowner, Frank
Rives, L. E. Foster and Chas, M,
Edwin Quarles, of Howell, has ac
cepted a position in the hardware
department of the Forbes Manufac
turing Co. and he extends an invi
tation to his friends to call and see
Marriage license was issued yes
terday for Miss Pearl Orange, of
Dawson, and Mr. Robt. G. Cranor,
of St. Charles. They will be mar
ried Sunday, Rev. Parker will officiate.
BETHEL TO RESUME
After A Holiday Season Of
Edward Downer Moseley, son of
Mr. Joseph E. Moseley, left yester
day for Annapolis, Md., to enter the
Naval Preparatory School of R. L.
Werntz. The young man has been
appointed by Congressman Stanley
as a midshipman in the Annapolis
Academy. He will be examined at
Washington in April. He is a bright
young man, a junior in the City
High School and 18 years of age.
LADIES OF M. E. CHURCH
To Receive Receipts at Rex
The management of the Rex Thea
tre announces a magnificent attract
ion for next Tuesday. Part of the
program is a two-reel film entitled
"The Vengeance of a Fakir." The
managers will turn over the receipts
of the day to the ladies of the Meth
odist church to assist them in the
work they have planned for the
church. The receipta Tuesday ought
to be large as the Rex is simply do
nating the receipts for a laudable
Mrs. F. J. Gentry spent the latter
part of this week with Mrs. Will
Reeves, in the county.
Bethel Female College will rer4
school work Monday after a r
of two weeks. The young lar'IK
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is illustrated with almost a hundred
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oi.vwnv-.ji wuun? YTiiHv uiiuiiv wt; ex
pected the book Is not a history of
minstrelsy, but a readable tale o&.
busy life with the pathetic humorous
incidents blended together with a
vein of human interest that appeals
to almost every literary taste.
Portland, Ore., Jan. 3. W. A.
Spanton, president of the Spanton
Real Estate Company, and formerly
one of the leading young men of his
profession in Portland, dropped from
sight a week ago. Since then no
word has been received from him
Spanton is a native of Kentucky
and was educated at the University
The House That Made Hopkinsville a Grocery Market $2,600
Given Away in 1912 to Our Customers Read This Ad!
WANTED TO BUYFresh Country Sausage,
Fresh Bones, Smoked Sausage, Rabbits, Chickens, Ducks
and Geese (must be dressed), Salsify, Parsnips, Turnips
and Sweet Potatoes. Highest market price paid in cash.
I fLOur I
We Have 800 Barrels of Flour For
Sale Good Time To Buy.
WANTED TO SELL-Sugar, Coffee, Teas,
Spices, Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Also every con
ceivable kind of Pickles, Preserves and Fancy Canned
FANCY CHINA AND CUT GLASS-TIN, QUEEN AND GRANITE WARE-LIGHT SHELF HARDWARE
Investigate Our Premium Cards We gave away over
2,600 cards, representing $2,600.00, divided in profits 1
among our customers. We expect to double our business
'Mr. Farmer and Mrs. Housekeeper: We want your
business and expect to keep on worrying yon about it un
til you become, not only a Customer, but a. Booster for
diark's Bis: Department Grocery
With our best wishes to one and all for a Happy and Prosperous New Ynr, i
TWO BIG GROCERIES C. R.,CLARK & COMPANY WHOLESALE and RETAIL