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Of Tk Wt Ky tepkam'
1km For Hm Ym 1912.
To th Board of MMWgtra
Executive Com mi tie :
The detwls of th work as it pee-'.
grained having bfi keftt before the
nubile throusrh the columns Of the
Mwspapurs, and as recently stated
covering a ueriod of only about ten
months actual onern'tions. may be
summaized as follows:
Wo have handled 43 JiiUlnft.
Of these 40 are in homes
Eight are yet in the Home.
Of those in the Home two are gc
3g regulnrly to school and are mak
Jng splendid progress In their stud
ies. One is an epileptic and incom
We have received $2,310 85
Expensfs have been.... $2,20145.
Balance on hand Dec 31,...$ 106.40.
Donations amounting to several
hundred dollars of food, clothing,
drues. water, ice etc , are not in-
eluded in the above es'imate, but in
it ar u number of i ems of furni
ture, carpets etc , which were neces
aary to fit up the Home.
The children placed in homes have
nearly all been recently heard from
either directly or by mail, and all
are faring well and happy.
Letters containing words of syrc
"ra'hy and encouragement, and ac
companied by substantial donations
have been too numerous to admit of
I have never known a more gen
eral and deeper interest in u..y cause
or movement, and feel that our debt
of gratitude is very great to:
The doctors for service to the chil
dren. The druggistB for medicines.
The merchants for goods and
The deft and industrious fingers
of the' ladies for making garments.
The churches and their missionary
The city of Hopkinsville as a.
The Hopkinsville Business . Men's
The Tobacco Board of Trade.
The Hopkinsville Ice Company, by
The Water Company.
The Brackrogge & Gates Saloon.
The private citizens of Hopkins
ville, Pembroke and. throughout the
country have rendered valuable and
timely aid in dopations of money,
provisions and clothing.
The Home has had many visitors,
who are ever welcome, and who have
expressed pleasure in ".seeing and
caressing the children and in giving
aid to the Home.,
Mrs, E. B. Twyman, of this city,
-will do some work for us in the field
during the year.
J-1iave also effected an arrange
ment, without assuming any finan
cial obligation on our part, by which
some work will be done in a .number
of the counties lying east of this.
With a prayer for bivnie guidance
and blessings during the-year, "and a
gratitude which words cannot ex
press for the sympathy and co-operation
of loyal hearts and willing hands
during the year past, this is respect
Hopkinsville, Ky., Jan. 1, 1913
W. D. HUMPHREY,
Supt. West Ky. Orphans' Home.
At a meeting at the Home on Jan.
5th the above report was read and
of Directors were mBde as followe:
' Hopkinsville,. Ky.
W. A. Long,
Dr. J. H. Rice,
Mrs. Mary Thomas.
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
lf4lwHifc church Thursday. Jannnri
16, at 3:30.
TVo olor Ono Hundred Dollar Re
ward for any coao of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Haifa Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
We. Uio undersigned, have known F. J.
CJwoey for the last 15 years, and bellevo
fcinv perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out cay obligations made by his Arm.
NAIIO.CAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Curo la taken Internally.
rc.Mg directly upon the biooa ana mu-
tet nf Lex
As tie Christian couwty k to the
front, At Lexington fa tfca Cr
Growers Association, Mm Rim MiM
won tHe first prize for the beat can
ned tomatoes. The premium was a
$2tt canning outfit. The ti.ma-toea
that won can bo seen ht the officu of
isa Jennie West, county superin
Business Men Using Sclf-Regu
There are quite a number of self-
settling and self-wipding clocks in
the city nnd they are a ming morn
in demand every day. Yesterday
the Western Union Telegraph Co:
put seven new ones into service forJ
the following parties: Martin &
Boyd, Rex Amusement Co , Petre &
Co., Geo. N. Duffer, W. H, Blades
& Bro., Coates Drug Co. and Charles
These decks wind themstlvei a d
ciange time to agree with the Wash
ington time every hour.
cm surfaces of the system. Testimonials
,-t fw, Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
rt-t liUU's Fuslly Mils for eoastlpsUon.
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Judge W. P. Black, of Crider, is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jamts
Miss Alice Radford visited Mis
Janie Garrott in Pembroke last week.
Mr. arid' Mrs. Geo. E. Brosddus
will leave this morning for San Fran
cisco, Cal., to remain until after the
exposition of 1915 Mr, Broaddus
expects to go into business thpre.
Mr. R. L Mosely and his sister,
Miss Lula Mosely, will leave this
morning for a lergthy visit to Den
ver, Colo., and Los Angeles, Cal
Mr. and Mrs. Ellingsen, of Bel
grade, Montana, are -visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Rhea, on the Nashville
Mr. and Air?. Paul Winn, who
nave been making their home at
Horse. Cave, Ky., are at Mr. and
ra Rhea's, on the Nashville' Pike.
where they will make their future
home: Mrs. Winn is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rhea.
Miss Julia Henry, of Newstead,
eft today for Redlands, California,
to spend the winter with her uncles,
Ed and Dudley Stowe.
Miss Jacil Duffer, who spent last
wpet with the family of Mr. Geo.
N. Duffer, returned to her home in
Warren county Sunday.
All parties holding claims against
the estate of J. F. Garnett, deceased,
are notified to file same properly
proven with my attorneys, Trimble &
Bell. Hopkinsville, Ky., on or before
ebruary 15th, 1913.
W1LMOTH GARNETT, Extrx.
J. F. GARNErT, deceased.
Death of Mrs. Holt.
Mrs. Joaie holt, the wife of Dr.
H. L. Holt, died at Los Anteles,
Cal., a'few days since, aged 57 years.
Mrs. Holt was the sister of Mr J.M.
Renshaw and was born at Era, this
county. She is survived by her
husband and three sons. Pneumon
ia was the causj of her death. Dr.
Holt left this county several yean
ago and has been very successful in
the practice of osteopathy in Los
Have Taken Silo Agency.
The F. A Yost Company have tak
en the agency for the well known
"Indiana"" Sllq and will be prepared
to furnish any size in the different
kinds of wood, Silos for keeping
green food throughout the winter
months have become fixtures with
the up-to-date farmers all over the
country and many are in use in
The E. A. Yost- Company, Incor
porated, secured th Indiana agency
after looking at several different
makes and believe they have one that
will increase the sale of Si.os in jthis
fo Consider Franchise.
The Fiscal Court will hold its reg
ular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 4 aud
the telephone franchise matter has
been made a special order.
Lumber For Sale
C. R. ADAMS.
The pafrMi!s flf ool
and Cmhmmt Sox,
Reg. pric 25c piiiiv T jgr
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Friday, Saturday and Monday
50 Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats, Hand Tailored of Pure
Wool Fabrics not the ordinary mass, but a brilliant display of rich
tailoring cloths from over our country Harris Tweed, Crombie Cheviotts,
Galeshiels, such as one sees only at the tailor's. These suits are our Best
"Worthmore" Hand Tailored Suits. Regular prices $15.00 to $17.50.
Each Men's Negligee Madras and
Sousette Shirts, petached Soft Col
br and French Cuff.. Former price
75 cents. x
Each Men's Pleated Bosom Shirts,
fancies only. Wilson Bros.' Finest
Percales make. All Sizes. Regular
THE GARMENT j-WRIGHTS HEALTH UNDERWEAR
Men's Shirts and Drawers, also Wright's Ribbed FleeceReg. price $1.00