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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 10, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914121001_sn86069657 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 10, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' a r v I THE CLAY (i'TTY TIMES. j J M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher . We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. I CLAY-CITY- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL XI X. KY., THURSDAY DECEMBER, 10, I9M. NO. bO ANNUAL SCHOOL PAIR AT STANTON. POPULARITY CONTEST STARTS OFF GOOD. The Tim 's Popubutty Contest rush, ami the starred oil' with candidates are lius.tjiim along in . i:aeat style. Ofcing to the (lia-- . nureeable weather, one or two that .re working on jt are not vet notnituated, so we are unalile 10 siive their standing tins week. TlmHf who have reported so far 11 pro-duc- Advance In Price Successful Meeting of the Paper. Brought to a Close tlnit thefind very little trouble It nives in retfinir subscribers. everyone it chance to subscribe before the price advances to n (jollur.. Miss Mattie Estps, of Vaughns Mill, is 'in the lead, with Miss K.thel Johnston nmUMiss Ethel t B.illarcl clohe up.. The other ants biive not yet reporter, 'Vantl may lie closer to the leuders than ih shown. Fotlowiim is the stiyidim: of the contestants as reported at this o'llict! con-tes- lire ha viiiu good success, ami state 8,25(1 Miss Mattir Este.s 7.800 Miss' Ethel Johnston, 0,900 .Miss, Ethel UallHrd, 2,21)0 (MiFaiite Mize, y Miss Ida SniTfjC It is not too late yet to start in the contest as none of those en tered have a lend thatcannot be g Owing to the increase in price of all products used in the" printU0OD CORN OROWN HERO. ing business, we find that it will be o That Powell county can necessary to increase the price of corn as good as can be The Times after January 1. grown anywhere is proved by the Paper, ink, .and in fact, every display that has been brought to thing used in the publishing of a The Times office, and to the bank. newsnaDcr. including labor, has Those who have somejin exhibit advanced in pricc.and it is imare Edwin Rose, Gran Hackworth, possible to get out "ajpaper at the J. M. Kennon, Jesse Crowe, R. L. old price of fifty cents. Nearly Shimfesicl, Edward Rose and W. every county paper in the State T. McGuirc. has advanced the price from $1 to The car exhibited by J. M. Ken- $1.50, and, as far as we know, The non is of particular interest, as it Times is the only one that has re contains 32 rows, said to be the mained at the same price. In or most ever grown on one ear in this der to give everyone a .chance to still take the paper, we will ac county. The corn is all of good quality, cept subscriptions at the rate of and ten ears will be picked out 50 cents until January 1, after to be sent to the State show at which tho increase will go into efLexington, which is to be conduct- fect. ed during the Farmers' Week, It is our intention to add still January 4th to the 9th. Virgil more to the size and attractiveness Roie will also have an exhibit for of The Times office, and will have the State corn show, and others more correspondence from points have spoken of putting in an en- in the county, a!s well as running the first try for tHe shelling contest, in some good serial-stomewhich ears shelling the of which will, start next week. thc-twelv- e The recent protracted meeting, which closed last Thursday at the Christian Church, was one of the most successful ever held here. Sovcnty additions were made to the Church, and great enthusiasm was manifested by all concerned. Those joining the last few days were baptized at the river Friday afternoon. Tho Annual Rural School Fair will bo held on Friday, Decem- Rev. D. ft. AUthtrly. Rev. he ch FI. Mathcrly, pastor of oh, has received many ongratulations on the success of the meeting. This is Mr. UathcrlyVfourth year as pastor f the Chnstia'n Church, and he is greatest, amount of com wiUbe awarded Powell county can grow good corn, and we want to see our far mers get into competition with overcome. Simply have one of others, and stimulate the growyour friends fill in the minima-tin- ing of a better grade of corn. coupon which appears in the paper and then' send or come to CIRCUIT COURT AT IRVINE The Times office aud,geta receipt You are then ready to biAik. Circuit Court convened at start work, and it will surprise Irvine Monday, and a large num you how easy f is to get suheri ber of caBcs were on the docket, tiers to The Times. including five cases of murder, and twenty other felony cases. Coal Mines Starting up Again. Judge W. A. Young, of Morchcad, Thousands of extra miners are, was appointed special Judge to to put at work in the MoRnberts ,8jt in a number of cases in which and Whltesburg mines, owned by Judge Riddell was disqualified, by tlm CoiiKoliilation Coal Co., as the reason of having acted as counsel result of huge orders that have for the parties, previous to his elecbeen received lately. Every mine tion as Circuit Judge. will be put. at full capac'ty with-itho next few weeks, and as TO ORGANIZE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR fast as raiuers appear they aro being parted to work. C. F. Evans, of Lebanon, Ky., The railroads will be taxed to limit, to handle this, extra State organizer of tho Christian their business. ..but a great deal of it Endeavor, will be hero next Thurswill syrtliriuiKh the 'breaks" on day, December 17, to organize a the- new line just completed to branch of the Christian Endeavthe Atlantic seaboard. This coal or. Th? meetings will be conducted at tho Christian Church, and will mostly be exported. members of all denominations are The State University at Lexing- requested to attend. ton will give a special course in The City Council of Mt. Sterlhighway construction from January 4 to 15. The course will bo ing last week refused to, grant free .and open to tho public, any liquor licenses to the saloonB there anyone interested in good voada is as the saloons must be closed withinvited to attend. The work will in CO days of the election, which be both theoretical and practical, resulted in favor of tho tlrys. In and the display of rood machinery many other places the law goes inwill be a special part of the to effect this Week. The saloon men will appeal. course. i tha-pTize'- -' n - , cominc,yea.rv ir. TfifcsVVlwr; Matherly has also had the ire in arrears after the first of the year, wilt be cut oil, and only nurchos at Log Lick and Pharis Till. On Sunday he preached at those who arc paid up will receive iog Lick, and has closed the the paper. Must Pay for the Piper. 'ear's service at that place. The nastor for Log Lick Church for 1 TO INVESTIQATti lOiiA l.Lfl next year has not yet been selcct- Judge Georne Thomas, of Cod. The pant year was a very lumbus, Neir., recently decided Representative J. C. Cantrill 'successful one for the church at that if a man accepts a paper has been taking an active interest that place, the meetings having that is sent hin ho must nay for in the tobacco markets throughout ill been well attended, and a great it. The decision was rendered in the State, and as a result of his leal of interest taken in the work. the case brought by the Columinvestigations he will have Conbus (Neb.) Telegram against a gress institute a probe into the man for $2.85. The Telegram conditions of affairs, in order to Circuit Court convened at Win had been sent to the man's home ascertain whether the tobacco chester Monday, with Circuit and he had accepted the paper. men arc real contenders for the ludge Benton presiding. The When called upon to nnv for it crops of Kentucky farmers or grand jury was empanneled, and he refused aud suit as brniiL'ht collu the judge instructed them along whether they are simply in When Judge Thomas heard tho sion with one another in an ef tho usual lines, laying particular evidence he instructed the jury fort to lower the price to the last stress on the vice conditions to bring in a verdict, for the Telwhich are said to exist in Win egram. Judge Thomas ruled notch. that The tobacco trust waa dissolved chester. There is a long docket, the old common law principle a few years ago by the Federal and several of the cases will pro- that what a man received and authorities, but the present condi bably go over to the next term of used he was bound to pay for aption of affairs would lead one to court. plied in this instance. believe that it has como to life again. Aid will first be asked through the Department of Jus PROGRAMME OF TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS tice, and tho investigation will bo conducted by the Attorney Gen- eral. It is said that the prices The Teachers of the Tjiird and Fourth Educational Divisions which have been offered on the will hold thoir Association on Friday, December 18th, beginning at. Kentucky markets arc much lower 1:15 P. M. in the chapel of Stanton College. The public is corconditions warrant. . Better takeiadvantt,cf low. attfrinc ber 18th, at Stanton College, at promptly :!J0 a. in. Every rural school in the county is to be represented at this Fair by work actually done wi the children in the various school rooms of the county. The exhibits will consist of sets of maps, best language booklets, arithmetic examination papers, best work in simple steps in sewing, best "Moonlight" school work, and work showing greatest advancement in writing by first year pupils. Prizes are otTefea for the best of these exhibits. Each school is to send its two be.t spellers and its two best readers and theie will be contests in these branches and prizes awarded to the h st spellers and readers. There is also a gold medal to the boy or jiirl delivering the best declamation. The public is cordially invited by tlieSuperinteiideut and teaeh-er- s of the public schools of l'ow-eicounty.to come and view'tlie, work done by the children of the various districts of the county. of-fer- l, than The Timed Popularity Contest Ballot 117 en properly ft Had in and signed, .tit is coupon i.i good for 100 votes, )'olenfor tn ust.. hejleposited at. The Times office, in. order to (a counted. JIUmllots v dially invited to attend this Association. The program follows: Died, at. tho homo of Mr. and Invocation. Mrs. II. K. Morris, their little Mrs. Lula Derickson irrundson, Kenneth Norlen, son 1. The Conirnmunity and the School Miss Sarh Brashear Norlen. ot Mr. and Mrs. James Miss Betsey Bowen Died Friday, Dec. 4, 1914, at 7 2. Are We Really Teaching! Mr. Marion Atkinson p. in. Was buried Saturday af. SI. How Shall We Base School Work Upon I Miss Beatrice Blount ) Miss Maud Hnu' the Cliildrons' Current Interests? teruoon at the old Norlen grave- yard. Keunoth is gone but long Mrs. Maud Garrett . . Uy Maniple will his memory live in the 4. Uiurtesy-Everett Randall Miss Rhet Ewcu hearts of those who knew aud 5. Ilow Can Industry Teach Us Lessons in Morals and Manners? Miss Minnie Congletou loved him. 0. Is the Use of Tobacco Harmful' tn Miss Stella Congletou Over two hundred dollars was School Children? Miss Lizzie Robbins county for tho il- raised in Clark car How Much Agriculture Can We Teach ( Mis8 Ethe, i!rniv work which Is being of Stephens yuv"a in the Rural bchools under Present ried on under the direction ( M,sa Nora 1" West Conditions? Mrs. Cora WHsou Stewart. Miss Malinda Hatton Aftw January 1. 1915 The 8. Is Teaching Patriotic Work? year, 0. Country School Problems Time will be oae dolkr a Miss Mila Knox inadvaaee. Subeeribe before 10. The Teacher's Ideal Miss Adalene Uazolrig tat . 7. " THE A TIMES. Old Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years The Best Weekly in this Section, M. P. O'HARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Another bit of evidence- to prove that the parcel post system is one of the greatest inventions of the age. Wc often wonder why more people do not take advantage of this method in sending us some spare-rib- , or perhaps a nice ripe chicken once in a while. Get in line." We wish some of our country subscribers would give us the op portunity to speak first hand on the value of the parcel post back-bones, mail mat Entered as second-clas- s at the Post Office at Clay City, Ut Ky.f under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOMK-MAUE PAPER. DEC. 10, 1(JH. THURSDAY, Wc would like to sec a free night school opened in Clay City, a school in which all those desiri-mi- s of learning to read and write, The Youth's Companion could attend and have the opporCalendar for 1915. tunity of getting an education in their spare time. A course in readThe publishers of The Youth's and arithmetic, Companion will, us always ut this ing, writing would be of inestimable value to season, present to nvery subscrib almost anyone, and there are er whose subscription is puid for many in the county who, for vari- 1915, a Calendar for the new year. ous reasons, have never had the It is a gem of calender making. opportunity to learn. There are 1 lie mounting is rich, several here in town who would nut the main nurtxisu Ims lic'i-make excellent teachers, and we to produce a calendar that is useful, and that purpose has been have no doubt but that they ucbieved. would volunteer their services in such a good cause. It would only RAILROAD TIME TABLE mean an hour or two for three nights a week, and the good that Lexington & Eastern Ilailmijr Com. lany. would could be accomplished make the effort well worth NEEDS MORE investment. If we arc to raise LIVE STOCK good crops we must havc,niaiiurc, and commercial fertilizers', while Ah a result of the European of considerable benefit, can,' in no war, the canneries in Chicago and way be compared with manure. other large centers arc working The farmer makes thq most profit day and night to supply tho de- who feeds all his graiii right; oil mand for canned meats for the the farm, and who sends all his armies of Europe. 3.00Q extra grain to. market in the form of men are now employed in the good fat cattle, hogs or sheep. packing houses of Chicago in the Rough land, that i.4 unavailable canned meats department. The for grain, can often be made to cattle supply from the United pay asvwell as pasture land. In system. States is all gone, and Canada, Powell county, particularly, thcrq Mexico and South America are all is a splendid opportunity for live contributing to the huge .demand stock to grow profitably. There is CLUB RATES. created by the war. For the convenience of our plenty of land that needs the grazwe have r.rranged club rates The cattle supply in the United ing of cattle 011 it to make it vith the following papers at prices States has Uocu decreasing, for raise good crops, and enough below mentioned : some years, and the demand is in- grain aiid hay can be raised to creasing steadily. More people feed all the stock that can be The Times and No one wlio has tried it want our meat, and fewer of our " Cincinnati Enquirer meet the will deny that it pays far bettter " Louisville Herald farmers arc preparing-t100 " Home and Farm 80 demand. Cattle, on a farm are a to sell fat cattle than to haul hay benefit. They supply the to market for sale. " Inland Furmer 80 There a good demand at all ' Southern Agriculturist SO necessary fertilizer for the soil, times for live stock and that deand at the same time, are a steady and profitable mand is on the increase, with the KENTUCKY sub-icribepas-titled- t'ufiuiinfu tlml It will be ilnsaris- fied. Meat of all kinds is steadily .w. advancing ill share towards supplying that dc-- . maiid, and tnereny reaping 1110 benefits of their foresight. The w'ar has also caused many' thousands of horses to be shipped from this country to Europe, and for ninny years there will ".tjo a good demand for horses, as all tho farms in the countries at' war halo been depleted of their regular , work animals. America "will' lie . expected to supply the demand.-- , ( , iimfv fnt'inprn ulimlld dn their- price, and Powell - STOP THE CHILD'S COLDS ; THEY OFTEN RESULT OUSLY SERI-- 1 Colds, Croup apd "Whooping Cough arc children's ailments, which- .. need immediate attention. ts two-fol- d is-- The after-effecarc often mosY serious. Don't take the risk you don't have to. Dr. King's-NeDiscovery checks the C?ld, soothes the Cotigh,. allays the kills the Germs and Nature to do her hdaling work. 50c. at your Druggist. Buy ul-lo- income-producin- g n bottle today. )i fk": v 4 whil. Eastbound. "Voir Dally. Politics for the coming year are 7:05AJU. beginning to warm up in the ad- 7:u5A.M. joining district. In the Twenty-thir- 8:15A.M. which consists of Breathitt S:45A.M. 9:27 A.M. Estill, Lee aud Wolfe, the candi- 10:18A.M. dates for Circuit Judge arc get 11:20 A.M. ting busy. On the' Democratic 12:02 P.M. Hide P. W. Flccnor and E. C. 1:44P;.M. Whitesburg :20 A.M. Ifyden arc both in the race from 3:33 P..M. C :40 A.M. McRobcrts lircathitt county, and J. J. 4:18 P.M. No. y. No. a. Roberts, of Lee, is also an aspir Dally. Dally. together with ant. These three, 1:45 P.M. Lexington 8:50 A.M. the present incumbent, Judge 2:37 P.M. Winchester 8:00 A.M. Hugh Riddell, should make an in- 2:55P.M. L. & e. June, 7:37 A.M. Clay City teresting fight for the Democratic 3:28 P.M.I 7:00 A.M. C:19A.M. nomination. Judge G. W. Gour- - 4:12 P.M. Camp, June Maloney 5:35 A.M. ley, of Lee, and Judge J. P. 5:00 P.M.I G:00 P.M.I Jackson 4:45 A.M. Adama, of Breathitt, will contend G: 13 P.M.I Quicksand 4:31A.M. for the Republican nomination. No. 5. No. 6. Ryland C. JIusick, of Breathitt, D"yDally. and G. B. Stamper, of Wolfe, arc 0:30 A.M. Jackson 5:45 P.M. j Haddlx matched against each other for C:47A.M.j 6:45 A.M. j 8:48A.M. Hazard 3:26 P.M. the Democratic nomination for 10:43 A.M. Whitesburg 1:27P.M. Commonwealth's Attorney. 11:30A.M. 12 :45 P.M. McRobertB In our own district, Judge BenW. A. RUSSELL. ton has announced that he will be P. T. M., in the race to succeed himself as Louisville. Circuit Judge, and Judge Shack' T elford, of Richmond, will oppose AND PRESSING. him. Judge J. Smith Hays, of CLEANING Vinchestor, has also been menI am ready to do your Cleantioned &h n possible candidate, but ing and Pressing. Good work lias not yet stated officially guaranteed and charges reasonwhether lie will enter the race or able. Orders left with J. Bloom not. Commonwealth's Attorney will receive prompt attention. B. A. Crutcher will have no oppoJAMES WILLIAMS. . sition at the primary. I I I d, I I Westbound. Ko. 4. Dally. Lexington 2:50 P.M. 1: 45 P.M. Winchester L. & E. June. 1:30 P.M. I 1:00 P.M. Clay City Camp.. Junct. 12 :22 P.M. Maloney U: 19 A.M. 10:20 A.M. Jackson j Iladdlx 9:48 A.M. Hazard 8:06 A.M! K G I HOLIDAY Our line-of GOODS ".'ft 4ft Christmas and New Year's Specialties is now in stock and we urge you to callwhile you can get a good selection. It is only 15 DAYS to CHRISTMAS - And You Should Do Your Christmas Shopping Early. Wei j j j j have a Splendid Line of ' " Fancy Glass Ware, Dishes, Lamps and China, We also have a Nice Line of , - Dolls, Toys, Etc., Suitable for the Child ren.. . Call and Lopk ovei up Stock Before You Buy. Mrs. J. W. Wlliams Til APPRECIATES PARCEL POST editor of the Winchester Democrat has good reason to be thankful for tliev inauguration of the parcel post system, as tho following paragraph from last wook's isup shows: "Tim editor of this column has icceivcd by parcc post some llf teen or twenty pounds of fine old nountry sausage from Mrs. J. IT. Brooksjiiip, of Knyuttu county.! The- I J. I H. LAQY & CO,,, I t Real Estate AINU tlOUSES FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY RENT f If 1 A SPECIALTY. I Room 200 I McEldowoey Bldg.. Phone 94 WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. iff I STANTON. items were written by our Stanton correspondent, from Kn o x v i 1 1 c, Tcnn., while he was on his way to the Conference of Sunday School workers at Tulaski, Va. They did not arrive at this office until The Times had been run oft the press.) Mrs. Mollic Law, of Lexington, visited this past week at the home of her brother, Wm. Hardwick. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jackson, of Louisville, are visiting this week with relatives and friends. Miss Lillic Boone spent several days in Lexington last week. Do not forget the coming of Mr. Evans, December 16th, in the interest of C. E. work. school exhibition . The annual will be held this year at the college chapel, December 18th. The exhibition held last year was a success and it is desired that the people of Stanton will attend it this year, and that all the schools in the county send in an exhibit. Tho school exhibits arc a splendid thing to stimulate interest in school work. The Farmers' Union of Morris Greek, met last Friday night, and Mr. Grant Baker, of Hardwick 's Creek, addressed the meeting. During the meeting some toughs played a dirty trick on Mr. Baker by taking the buggy top off and one of the hind wheels and laying it upon the seat. After the meeting Mr. Baker got into his buggy and sat down on the greasy top without knowing it and ruined a fine new overcoat. The horse had gone but a few paces when the wheel ran off and there came very (Editor's Note: These near being a runaway, as the horse was high strung. The citizens of Morris Creek resent this act very much, as it has put a bad name on their neighborhood and if the guilty parties ore ever found out they will pay dearly for it. The writer preached on Morris Creek Sunday and there is intense indignation among the men of that neighborhood over this contemptible act. Mr. T. It. Bryant, of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, desired the writer to emphasize the Farmers' week to be held in Lexington tho first week of January, 1915. He wants as many farmers of Powell county as can do so to enter their produce at this event and he desires that many of the farmers attend these meetings. They arc in tho interest of better farming in Kentucky. The Clay City Times, in last week's issue, tells about this Farmers' Week. Get your paper and read it up. Miss Sylvia Skidmore spent several days in Mt. Sterling last week visiting friends. Mr. Joe Willoughby, of Montgomery county, visited two days last week with his daughter, Mrs. It. F. Martin. Rev. R. F. Martin and A. T. Stewart spent last Saturday in Winchester So far as the writer knows Mr. James Ewen has the only silo in Powell county. These silos are great things for winter feeding of stock. Nearly all the farmers in the West and North have them and the South is seeing the advantages and will build them. There is no waste of feed in a silo, and stock relish it greatly! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Atkin- - I m mwrmmmmmmmmwiwmmmmwmmmwmmmw ate, XMAS Will Soon Be Here REMEMBER If You Want to Make the Best Selectbn of I 3 ALUMINUM KITCHEN AND TABLE WARE ROCHESTER SILVERWARE, CARVING SETS, POCKET KNIVES OR TABLE CUTLERY m You Should make your selection ear ly You can give no more appropriate gift for the home than a TURKEY ROASTER, ALUMINUM PERCOLATER, BAKING DISH OR COOKING SET M 8s SB Only 15 days left, and oup stock is now ready for inspection Come in toady and let us show you i m M Grubbs and Benton, Hardwick and Our fall and winter goods arc now in, and Co., Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, Ky. Fall and Winter Goods. we invite you to call and see them. i :, We know your wants and are prewill save you monis our- - motto. Walk-Ove- pared to supply them, and at prices that ey. "High Quality and Low Prices' Are r sole agents ror Queen Quality shoes for women, shoe for men, .Hart Schaffner 6c Marx and The tyh'chleM pants and Stetson and Brand mens suits, Sweet Onr & Co. corduroy overalls, Arrow brand mens' shirts and collars, Astor brand mens patterns. and boys'hats, Pictoral Review dress goods, See outlines of mens odd pants, dress men, neckwear, blankets, beds, ready to wear hats, womens', Balmocaan coats for women and sweaters, raincoats, comforts, misses' and childrens' coats, hosiery, mattresses springs, chairs, sewing machines. for it will be to your interest. In fad, anything you need handle the 'Bain" wagons We by the carload, and can save you money on a wagon. We 70 are selling Crown flour and Red Cross flour at 75 cents per 25'pounds, or $3.00 per hundred, and Monarch sack, or $2.80 flour son and baby, Marion, were recent DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE "WE visitors in Stanton. Mrs. AtkinUSE" son remained over to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James And don't Ewen. Vance, of Lexington, Miss Mary have to grease is visiting Mrs. Margaret Vance but once a this week. of Winches Mr. Robert Prcwitt, week. ter, snent several days of last' week visiting his sister, Mrs. Fred Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. Blackburn. Miss Mary Lyle, of Irvine, spent Thanksgiving with her folks and pretty bad by ono of the Rannalsj returned Monday. boys. Turn tho devil loose in the The fighting that has been go- form of whiskey and thcro is ing on over on Ilollon Creek be- trouble. rw t tween certain families is too Forest fires have been raging, to go into detail. Mack for several days in and around Holloa seems to have been hurt Stanton. Hunters aro rcsponisblo for some of these fires. Great dam- (Continued on Next Page.) 1 i CAPITAL HTOOlf. y. 8100.000 1:00.000 ; 3 cents per 25 pound per hundred every sack guaranteed lo satisfy or money refunded Juponjretuinjof divided pkokits, THIS Children's what is left after trying it. Roasted coffee 1 21 1 -- 2c per lb. r Pi a 'A Coughs Children's Colds Both Are Serious. Where to Eat in Winchester HARDWICK STANTON, & - COMPANY, KENTUCKY. When one of your little ones and they will tell you shows symptoms of an approach& UK WlNOIIMTKM, Kt. ing Cold, give it Dr. Hell's JONES' RESTAURANT at once. It acts quickJ N. IIOI.I.Y WlTJIBKMl'OON, PlCKH. 'A Cor, Alain & Washington. ly, and prevents the Cold growNV. It. Khiiaii, Oahiiiish. ; ing worse. Very healing soothes the Lungs, loosens tho mucous, gist. Buy 11 bottle today. K YOUIi AOOOUNTH MOfelCITHI) Hueklva's Arnica Salvo for jj strengthens the system. It's guaranteed. Only 25c. at your Drug- - Sores. Winchester Bank. I'ino-Tar-Hon- I M (Continued from page Jl) stationery. Congress has levied a war tax of very attractive appearance, esCome into The Times office and $103,000,000 to offset a similar amount cemetery have a trial order of letter heads of loss on import revenue due to the pecially in front of the and along the sidewalk after you and envelopes printed. They will Kuropean disturbances and of this beer is the heaviest leave the cemetery and then be- not cost much, and will be worth amount having been assessed your corrc contributor, $30,000,000; a stamp tax aptween the stores and the postof-fic-c a great deal to you proximately on negotiable Instruments, it is estimated, it looks lively. Never take spondence will yield $31,000,000; a tax on the the trouble to burn papers and capital stock of banks of $4,300,000 newspaper wrappers, but throw and a tax on tobacco, perfume theater tickets, etc., makes the remainder. them down wherever most convenCongress has decreed that the ient, and when you sweep out brewer, the banker and the Investor your buildings just cast your must shoulder the musket and march ' to the front; that milady who would s' trash and rubbish a.'al papers out add to her beauty must first tip Uncle on the streets. We have so much Sam, and a dollar that seeks pleasure pride in us that we like to see our mu3t first salute the Hag; that Picas ure and Profit the twin heroes of streets beautiful. 111 ngc lias been done and much fencing has been burned. If you have any waste paper pleaso throw it out into the streets. It beautifies a town to have papers lying around all over the town. The street going from the depot up to the pastofficc has a If you wish to write to your Duty Oil Luxuries. Congressman or member of the i- - - . Tyr-a. 7 legislature, or if you have a reDOLLARS IN tiucst. to make of your county CONGRESS DECREES DULQINQ IN LUXURIES MUST superintendent of schools, or FIRST SALUTE THE FLAG. you wish information from any business bouse, in any case your letter will have increased weight War Rcvenuo Tax of $105,000,009 Levied Beer Bears Brunt of and receive more and quicker at Burden. printed tcntion if you use m i 1 KERR & BEAN, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS WINCHESTER, KY. HS PRINTED STATIONERY FOR FARMERS llnniiniMifp niul MoulrtTO Every farmer who owns his muiiiiiiiuiu tUtll 111(1 farm ought to have printed ARE FOUND AT stationery, with his name, the postoffice properly name of his The given. printed heading WINCHESTER, KY. might also give the names of specializes in, I'KICHS TO SUIf ALL. whatever crops he NO PIIINft TOO LARGE. or his specialties in stock. NeatNOTHING TOO SMALL ly printed stationery gives you a personally and a standing with any person or firm who you write Old Papers for Sale at The and insures the proper reading of Times Office. . vour name and address. E. Fisher & Co., J. c DAN JACKSON, Denier In ' j New and Second Hand Furniture UpliolHtoi-injnml Repairing u. Specialty. Corner Broadway and flapel St. Winchester, - Kentucky. Rye and Timothy Seed . Need any Fence, Gaes, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. one made. OUK We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. beSl Bedford & Tuttle, IT a WSCHCSTEtt, KENTUCKY. You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking orphnns. All honor to the industries that bend their backs under the burdens of war; lift tho weight from'the shoul ders of tho poor and build a bulwark around the nation's credit. All honor to those who contribute to the necessities and administer to tho comforts of tho boys who nre marching; cool the fever of afflicted soldiers and kneel with the cross betide dying heroes. A dollar may fight Its competitor in business, industries may struggle for supremacy in trade and occupations may view each other with envy or suspicion, but when the bugle calls they bury strife and rally around the flag, companions and friends, mess mates and chums, alt fighting for one flag, ono cauFi and one country. The luxuries in life have always been the great burden-bearer- s In government, Wo will mention a few of them givlns tho annual contributions to tho nation's treasury: Liquor, $250,- 000.000; tobacco, $103,000,000; sugar, $54,000,000; silks, $15,500,000; diamonds, $3,827,000; millinery, $2,479.-00furs, $2,024,000 and automobiles, $870,000, We collect $605,000,000 of many wars shall fight the nation's battles and by an Ingeniously ar ranged schedule of taxation congress has Ehlfted the war budget from the shoulders of Necessity to those of Choice and Gain, touching In Its various ramifications almost every line of business. All hall the dollar that bleeds for Uh country; that bares Us breast to the fortunes of war and risks Its life to preserve the stability and Integrity of the nation's credit. The market place has always been a favorite stand for war revenue col lectors. The trader Is a great flnan clal patrloL His dollar Is the first to rally around tho banner and the last to hear the coo of the dove of peace. He Is called upon to buy cannon; to feed and clotho the boys In bluo and each month cheer their hearts with the coin of the realm. Men can neither be free nor brave without food and ammunition and money is as important factor Many monuments In war as blood have been erected In honor of heroes elain In battles, poems have been writ ten eulogizing their noble deeds and the nation honors Its soldiers while they live and places- a monument upon their graves when they die, but very little has been said of tho dollar that bears the burdens of war. Honor to the Dollar that Bears the Burdens of War. All honor to the dollar that an svers tho call to arms and, when the battle Is over, bandages the wounds of stricken soldiers, lays a wreath upon the graves of fallen heroes and cares for tho widows and d - Come to Our Stor e Ami let us show you wlmt a nice line of goods we carry. Our ytock of Dry Goods, Notion", Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of your trade. We strive to please our customers we know satisfied customers are our best assets. Yours to please, II WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky. Waltersville, (f We carry a Complete Line of niothing, Shoes, and Men's Furnishings. Try us for your next Suit. Our Fall and Winter Goods are all in now, and our stock is the most complete in town. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." ucgui laKing caruui today, bom by all dealers. Industries are marching $100,000,000 strong and beneath the starry flag they will fill tho treasury again while they shout, "Hurrah for Uncle Sam!" In every field of human activity the demand for more competent men and women Is growing every day. Espe cially so in agriculture. Home pride Is a mighty valuable as- bet, and the farmer who has none Is carrying a heavy nandlcap on the Foad to success. mounded I III now levied. The war tax Is Immediately effec tive. Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! the Internal and custom revenue annually and $450,009,000 of this amount classifies as luxuries, and to this amount wo should add tho $100,000,000 war tax Harris Friedman, 14 N. Main St., Has Helned Thousands. 1 Work Is the salve that heals the heart Winchester, Ky. w D d) (D a) di 01 vs Times Office. for .Sale -- at The 1 Opens Bis Market. operators in Eastern Kentucky ncqreda long -- sought victory last week, when' the Interstate Commerce Commission authprzicd thq establishment of rates between certain points sn Kentucky without ohservatiin of tho long and short huul clause. The new rates will npplv between points ou the L & E railroad and Winchester, Lexington 1 ) .1 t n .1 . I. .. rrunKlurb unu ixiuiimuiiu , ucmccu Mnloney, including the Ida May branch of the L & A. ' This decision of the Interstate Commerce Commission means a greut deal to Eastern Kentucky and opens up a much wider market foi tho coal of that rich sectltih. Here tofore the railroads leading from the coal fields through NYinchester wer unable to make decent rates to Chicago, St. Louis and other Westi rn points, and consequently wie forced to lote many big con tructs for coal. The long and short haul chuse prevented the L. & E. Railroad from making a less rate for a shipment to Chicago in 'connection with other roads than it was making to any point on its route. Under the new ruling a joint rate can be made which will allow the coal operators to compete with other fields. ' ' Cnl XJEsNA. W. M. Adams has a dandy new roof on his barn. Walter Cress has purchased a barn from Edd Howell. John Crabtree was here a few days ago buying turkeys. C. 0. Drake and (Jain Rogers, have gone to Filson ou business. r. .' of Filson, and Jennie Rogers of Marble Yard,' are visiting W. M. Adams and family. ' Wo are. glad to have our old merchant, Mr. J. B. Rogers, back in the store again, having purchased it from his brother. Atkinson, our Mr. Marion young school teacher, wilPsoon leave us. We regret to see him go. He has taught us a fine High Grade Clothing Best Quilllty CLOTHES. n und IARX DrcsNci'H can .Approc'Iiita Ol unci hoc Wnon In HART, SCHAFFNER AViiK-h.-n- t BLOOMFIELD SPECIALS At $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00. ty- - Mr. Millard Pel fry, of Xena, is school. ' visiting relatives in Wolfe coun Miss Ella Rogers and her Miss Lillie Hubb is visiting her little aunt, Mrs. Mollie Abuer, of Cob Hill. D. 0. Spencer died near Xena Dec. 2, after a long illness of consumption. Itoscoe Hubb and Iieece Rog- ere, our t wo hustling young men, have been buying fur. Mr. brother, Courtney, visited her uncle, J. B. Rogers, last Satur day and Sunday. They gathered a lot of green hollies for the purpose of decorating Miss Rogers' school house for an PILOT NOTES Lee Bloomfield & Co., I ( North Main St. Winchester, Ky. GOOD OUTLOOK FOR FARMERS Krnest and Willie Rinsen went Woodard is making to Bdwcn Thursday. quite an improvement, on his Last Tuesday night was the last house by weatherbnarding it. spelling battle night. Edd Howeil and family left Robert Townsend went to Madi here last Saturday for West. Vir- son county Saturday on business. ginia, where they will make Messrs. B. F. Screech and John their future home. Edwnids visited relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Adtms, Breathitt county the past week. J. .). STANTON COLLEGE. I STANTON, KY. Next Term Opens Monday, Jan. 4, 1914. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout the Term. hound to be of benefit to the Amirirnn farmer. A tremendous amount of wheat is being exported to the Old "World, and there will be a small crop in Europe next, year; owing to the condition of the country as a result of the war. The warring nations all on America to feed them and v supply oats for their horses. Farmers will do- well to plant a good acreage of oats, wheat and mm next year. de-'pe1 If the war in Europe continues for any great length of time, it is How's This? of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Ore. rair We oiler One Hundred Dollar! Howard for an & The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ashley is now a little better. Dr. M. L. Knox is attending him. Itoscoe Raker and Courtney known F. J. have We. the undorslrned, Chener for the last 15 yearn, and bflleie him Campbell attended church at In all busluess transactions perfectly honorable snd financially able to carry out any obligations Union Chapel, in Estill county, made by bla firm. NAT. I1ANK OF COMMKnt'K. Toledo, Ohio. c) 0 By, paying patt of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 50 per Week. Sunday. For Information Write to nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, actlnc directly upon the blood and mocoua aurfaces of Trice 7u aent free. the tyatem. Testimonial cents bottle. Sold by all Druggists. family fill for constipation. Take llaU'a Dealers Wanted AJLKN' lilJ.U.KIt In each WE WAN i a .wl town in Suullirm Ohio,, n.ijjix-n- t tirrltorr In W. Virginia, Soullurn In.liiiia an 1 nlire State of Kentucky to take on our line of LKWIS, ALLEN Ojr earn SELL good, and MITTSS automobiles. satisfy tlie ounrrf, ami ou make MONEY. From $379 up; alb one at v.A. Tr.li la a Rood chance Auto Dealer to take on a for an rstahli-tu'- ti qu!ckellinr line t popular can. or tor A lire tiUSTLKIl wlili a little uAwy and hacking to ret Write Into a first flats ifinne.vnukinB; bufinesa. for parllinilaM to Sjlck KENTON MOTORSthe Kaitory Ileprrwnta-E. COMPANY, M-Ohio. Ninth St., Clndnnatl. "37". $805 Iiaal5 Misses Pearlin Hall and Myrtle and Rcsic Townsend went to Lombard Friday, Saturday and Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. John Sparks, who has been J enlisted in the navy for six years, Send your shoes by parcel post, has returned home. He was joyand have thera repaired in tho best tuny received by his many wnv. and with the best material. friends. Send money with the shoes. Prices: The school entertainment will Men's Half Soles, sewed 3UC, nailbe the 18th of December. The ed 65c. Half Soles, sew- children are very much interest ltoys and Women's cd in the Christmas tree ; they are ed 75c. nailed 50c. Rnbher heels, Men, 65c, Women 50c. looking to receive many nice pre Leather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. sems lor reciting tneir pieces t Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. - S-dtet- y First! Total, - Parcel post work receives prompt tention. CHAS. BALHUT Winchester, Ky. at- nicely. Miss Nora Amburgy, Mr. Clar ence Townsend, Miss Maud Bow-eMr. Elvin Perkins, teacher at Beech Grove; Miss Pearlie Hall and Mr. Robert Amburgy went to Mrs. T. G. Hall's and had a very nice time. n, To protect the Depositor, is the first duty of a Bank; for this reason the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the 'CLAY CITY NATIONAL" constitute the strongest claim for new business. For protection of depositors, we have: Capital paid in. - $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits, 10.000.00 Shareholders' Liability. 25.000.00 $60,000.00 and Twenty-fiv- e Years of Experience at Our Present Location. CLAY CITY NATIONAL Clay City, Kentucky. BANK, Hi We are Showing a Complete Line of CLOTHING, Fall and Winter Goods, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA Thousands of people keep on suffering with Neuralgia because they do not know what to do for it. Neuralgia is a pain in the nerves. What you want to do is to soothe the nerve itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to tho surface over the painful part do not rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quickly to the sore, irritated nerves and allays the inflamma lion. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini ment for 25 cents of any druggist and havq it in the house against Colds, Sore an dSwollcn Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Member Federal Reserve Bank Syflem. an SANITARY BAKERY When you want good Bread and Cakes baked in a SANITARY SHOP and made of the best try the SANITARY HAKERY, of Winchester. FRESH EVERY DAY AT JAMES BLOOM'S. s, LEWIS RUPARD, Sanitary Bakery, Winchester, Ky. at Low Cost. TRACT iSHIMFESSEL'S Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, trees, and Ornamental Fruit Tornado, Lightning and Hall InsurShnibf, Grape Vine, Rhubarb, Real Estate and Insurance.' levnies, Phlox, Roses, etc. ance.. We are also agents for the Wo Day and Sell Funn and City Illinois Surety Company and are preI'ropcrty of all kinds. We have somo KVKRY TUIN'O FOR ORCILUU), pared to do a general Bonding businice farms in Clark and adjoining ness. , , LAWN' AN'D GARDES'. counties for stile or rent. Write us POWELL 4, JACKSON FREE CATALOGS what you want. NO AGENTS Llnville Jackson Sam W. Powell We vYrite all kinds of Insurance. Office In Court House. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, TRACY AND STOKELY. Winchester Kentucky Lexington, Ky. Office, Main Street, Winchester. Ky. 555 TREES. POWELL & JACKSON PERSONALS. LOCAL BREVITIES The Rural Church. THE FARMERS THE CUSTODIANS OF TH Ey NATION'S MORALITY. of Church, Building. By Peter Radford Lecturer National Farmers' Union. Tho church, the press and the school form a triple alliance of progress that" guldea tho destiny of every community, state and nation. Without them civilization would wither and die and through them llfo may attain its greatest blessing, power and knowledge. Tlie farmers of this nation are greatly Indebted to. this social triumvirate for their uplifting influence, and on behalf of tho American plowmen I want to thank those engaged in these high callings for their able and efficient service, and I shall offer to the press-- a series of articles on between these important influences and the farmers in the hope of increasing the efficiency of all by mutual understanding and organized effort. We will take up, first, tho rural Pianos and Organs on Easy John Kimbrcll was down to In Terms. Write A. Walker, 18 dian Fields Sunday. Linden Ave., Winchester, Ky. Rev'. D,. II. Mnthcrly filled his Agent for Stemway & Sons. regular appointment at Log1 Lick Inst Sunday. W. B. Emmal, the oldest Odd Fellow in the world, died at his Born, Sunday night, to Sir. ami home in Lexington last week, and .Mrs. Charles Stewnrt, a handsome wbb buried Saturday. He was 98 son. years old, and, had been an Odd Roscoc Bowman has returned Fellow for 75 years. from Danvers, 111., .where he, has The United States steamer, been living for sometime. Jason, which left New York NoMr. and Jtrs. W. II. Neal re vember 15, with a load of Christturned Sunday from a visit of mas presents for the children of several days to their son, Willie Belgium, docked at Marseilles, France, last Saturday. Xcal, on Morris Creek. lon-poun- 1Y7 A i X f What Is It All About? Prei EtientlaTto Community School and d HAS the wlio'cf world snnc stark r&ul over a very foolish and trivial- A. R. Baldwin, one of the best known merchants of Winchester, Cincinnati Tuesday by a telegram stating that his half- - sister, Miss and who had been in the jewelry Daisy Stacy, was critically ill at business there for the past thirty-fiv- e years, died.last week after a her home there. church. long illness from cancer. The Farmers Are Great Church Builders. Rev. Elbert Winkler, who has Tho American farmer is the greatest At Mt. Sterling a negro who had been assisting Rev. D. II. Mathcr-l- y church builder the world has even at the protracted meeting at the been wanted by the police for sev- known He Is the custodian of the eral days, and who had resisted nation's morality; upon his shoulders , Christian Church for the past few weeks, returned to his home at arrest, was shot and killed by two f rests the "ark of the covenant" and policemen when they went to his he Is more responsive to religious in Campbellsville, Monday. fluences than any other class of cithome to try and arrest him. izen ship. The farmers of this nation have Rev. M. P. Lowry, of Winches Thomas S. Byars, of Shclbyville, built 120,000 churches at a cost of ter, was a visitor at The Times of $750,000,000, and the annual contribuMr. Lowry Commissioner of Motor Vehicles tion ofthe nation toward all church fice last Saturday. has been conducting several meet- at Frankfort, was indicted on ten institutions approximates $200,000,000 per annum. The ings in Powell county, where ho is separate .counts, charging him ted States build 22farmers of the Unichurches per day. with misappropriati n g State There are 20,000,000 rural church comwell known to nearly all the citi funds, by a special grand jury, municants on the farm, and 54 per zens. last Saturday afternoon. He gave cent of the total membership of all' churches reside in the country. J. A. Bowen, of Slade, was here bond in the sum of $10,000, and The farm Is the of all progress and the birthplace of all that a few days ago, delivering a car was released. Is noble. The Garden of Eden was of coal, which he shipped from his the Owing to the unsatisfactory in the country andmustman who would mine. The coal is of good qualicot close to God first get close ty, and Mr. TJowcn could sell much prices that have been offered at to nature The Functions of a Rural Church. more of it here were the shipping Winchester for tobacco, a large It me. rural churches today are gonumber of Clark county growers rates not so high; x ing to render a service which this age held a mass meeting last Satur- demands, there must be Rev. D, II Uitlierlv, of Clay day, with the object of trying to between tne "religious, social aud ecolite of the community Citv, preached :it f!n Ohristimi fdrm a pool. No action was taken nomic church to attain Us fullest ho meas; church. There wiiii fuirly.unnd but Congress will be asked to in ure of success mast enrich the lives audience cnniileriiisr the inclem- vestigate and see if the buyers are ot the people in the community it it must build character; dovel-ororvi IS. S. acting together or bidding indi ency of the weal her thought and increase tho efficiency Land was here Ins', vpek nun vidually. ot buumn life. It must serve the social, business and Intellectual, as well Clay City, where lit is teuchinn. the spiritual Estill Tribune, MANY DISORDERS COME jib religion does and moral side of life. If not make a man moro FROM THE LIVER capable, more useful and more just. ' ntantt-n- l U'hnt irnnrl in If? IVo wnnt Henry S. Barnett, business manAre You Just at Odds With Your religion, one we can live by and farm ager of the Jackson Times, was by, as well as die ov. self? Do you Regulate here Sunday, calling on the editor Living? of The Times. Mr. Barnett has been connected with the newsArc you sometimes at odds with Snells indicate, a Sluggish Liver. papers of Jackson for the past 15 yourself and with the world ? Do The tried remedy is Dr. King's years, and enjoys a splendid re- you wondcr what ails you? True New Life Pills. Only 25c. at your cord in Breathitt county, being vou may be eating regularly and Druggist. sleeping well. Yet something is one of the best printers in any the matter! Constipation, HeadBuckicn's Arnica Salve for country office in the State. ache, Nervousness and Bilious Skin Eruptions. Prank Kcnnon was called to listening: just because Russia wnnicti to show ncr love tor the little brother- - hrn in f Tear a;Mc the curtain of Europe' politics and ice tlx jrrini ami sinister panic of cliess that is being played. See upon wluit a slim, vet desperate, excuse the sacred lives of minimis m.iv he sacrificed. Kead the histofy iLtlie preatct nutlioritie the world has ever known, and Icata the tuUil, shameful truth. Just to get you started as a leiev of Reviews suWriber, we make you this olf er. We w ill give to you cxtra-oru.!i- one lu.iulr.-- d years, as written by one of the . ,.. u mas 7W il'V tl mstory uuvvlv s it. . 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Several large droves of turkeys have passed through here lately on the way to the markets at Winchester. Frank Kennon and Perry Baker went through with 400, which were buoght at the Farmers' Union Store, and Steve Bowen took down about 200 last week. The prices paid were in the neighborhood oi iz cents. S. V. Lavison is suffering from the effects of some bad burns re ceived by the explosion of some gasoline, while he was trying to light a blow pipe. The burning fluid ran all over both hands, and severe injuries were received, before the. Ilames could be cxtin-musheIt is not likely that Mr. I.arisou'u injuries will cripple his d. STOVES We handle a guaranteed line t f X of Stoves and hands perniuiieutly, but they will be quite painful for sometime. Thirty car loads of cattle were "Hipped from Winchester last Saturday immediately following the l;fting of the quarantine. Several tortr ear loads will be shipped im-- i udiately to the markets. i t A, W b J3t that are made. Give us a look, be fore buying We are the only exclusive Hardware Store in Winchester. ' : " Franklin Hardware Company, . Ranges. The t f t f f t T t t t T t y t t t r f t PROGRAMME OF TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS InvncU'tion .Rev. L. F. Mihuv Prof. E. S. Land. tSupt.' Kate S. Boliaiiiiau "America" Welcome Address Ilespoui-e , Winfred Dhvi Elements of Good Iteadinir in Priinray ( Miss Zella Sams Giades and how tn Obtain Them Ilow to deal with Huckward and He- - - .M if s Daisy Shearer M:s.s liussie Uurry t.irded Pupils i 8. Ilow Much Domestic 'Science can he jj:ss jjar.. jjast:u Tuuaht in the Rural Sclmola under ,r- - I,llla,'(1 f Present Conditions? nr.u'Sli tll Wo Slmw tliH P.'oiiIh tliKt Thi'ir Mr. Ou'v. .MrCrnwc Mr. Dudley Oaudell Monev Has Been Well Spent? now to Convince Parents that School is Mss Hlani'lie Shean-( A)FS AlpllU UODUIIIS Worth While MisM lie Hiioiif Social Duties of the Teacher ' ( Mri Lillje IuwiJ.Mr. O. 1.. Smith Discipline Mr. .1.1! Howell 1. . V S r - -- 1 2 70 S. Main St., Winchester, Ky v5 T Moonlicht Schools What is Humane Education yl Its lmpprt. aino in the Rural School? (linernl Discussioti. lit'iicdiction. Mr. R. - Crowe- Mr, Hert- - Crow