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iBreckenridge County Teachers Institute.
T) Monday, July 7th., 1913. PROGRAMS Opening Exercises, 10 a. nv 'Wwrine. icripture Rending nnd Prayer. Organization. 0 llectfon of Secretary. 1 Enrollment of Teachers. 4 K- Appointment of Committees, and Announcements. Iff the course of study Institute, a. Discuss the dally program Logan Hlckers i. Gr '(' NOON 1. Enumerate the purposes of teaching Home Geography in the 3rd and 4th wMJcq Irln n. fn. 2. Kvnlnln how Geocrnohv and Hvclene may be al- :,LjkrBted with each other, and correlated with Reading and Language Mrs. C. tK, Tanner. 3. Reading In the First Grade Miss Zetta Simmons. B-j srivLiLiixNu EL 1. Explain the plan of the course of study in Spelling H. C. Jolly, Jr. Jn Questions and general discussions. DOMESTIC SCIENCE ' 1. Its use and value in the Rural Schdol and can It be made practical? Miss &Wi Whittlnghill. 2. General discussion. SfTty XFTl M&' h Lau. NATURE STUDY Purposes of Study In the school Instructor -Mrs Andrew Driskell. Announcements. Adjournment TUESDAY N Opening exdrcises. . ; Roll call. Discipline and manage- Market near Fourth Fourth near Market LOUISVILLE, KY. JBACONaSQH1 INCORPORATED Market near Fourth Fourth near Market LOUISVILLE, KY. We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons DO YOUR SUMMER SHOPPING IN LOUISVILLE AT BACON'S There you will find a most representative assort ment of that which is newest and best in ir - PRIMARY ARITHMETIC, First and Second Grades. 1 nn,. r.nio oVim.i1 fmtcrtit nnd how teach them? Miss Marv Bennett. l. iiuai mm o"u " )) ..-.. . : How may number work bo closely related to the home Interest of the children? r Miss Anglo Gibson. f COURSE OP STUDY " ' 1. County Graduation Examination and County Fairs instructor. ELEMENTARY GEOGRAPHY i -p.vninln thf course as outlined bv the month Miss Alta St. Clair. 2. "Dunne the fifth and sixth years what classes of facts should receive most atten tion? What countries? Why? Miss Clara Eskriage. Kj. firwvuiiNU, 1U mo jctuuu vjihub. - . 11 1 ...... m ...l.t nln.r TIee fo.f Wn t ! I n frf l n NOON LANGUAGE, First and Second Grades. 1. Explain the plan of the course of study Miss Ora B. Hendricks. MANUAL TRAINING, FARM MECHANICS. 1. How is the rural school failing in preparing pupils for life? D. C. Walls. General discussion. v ;Vl 1. General discussion, led by R Y. Maxey. 2. Discipline and management ' Wrri. M. Ditto. Announcements. Adjournment. WEDNESDAY Opening exercises. ARITHMETIC, Third Division. 1. Discuss facts processes and problems Miss Nell Cashman. COURSE OF STUDY 1. Character building in School T. B. Culton. 3. General discussion In- ite. ADVANCED GEOGRAPHY. I. Discuss the method suggested in the course of study Prof. C. A. Tanner. numerate the values of Commercial and Industrial Geegraphy Roy McCoy. Show how life and Physical Geography are related Miss Coral Whittinghill. READING in the Third Division. 1. What and how much students read in this division? Mrs. Cora M. Smith, llustrate what should be golten out of a Third Reader lesson Miss Frances lodes. NOON PRIMARY HISTORY. 1. Educational values of History, Show how Primary and Advanced History differ Horace McCoy. 2. Discuss the outlined course and indicate what classes of facts should be emphasized Mrs. Lettuce Falls. ADVANCED HISTORY. 1. Show how to correlate History with Geography and Literature C. M. Payne. 2. What parts of History should be read only and what parts should be memorized? Fred Whittlnghill. 3. Discuss the value of the average History 'teaching to the rural boy or girl who expects to remain rural people Rufus McCoy, "4. How should worK in History be supplemented? Thomas Rhodes. Agriculture, The Plant J. R. Meador. Announcements. Adjournment. THURSDAY Opening exercises. HYGIENE AND SANITATION 1. Discuss the course of study in Physics and Hygiene through the full eight Grades M. H. Norton. 3. Preventable disease, their causes and how to avoid them James McGovern. 3. General discussion. COURSE OF STUDY. 1. Estimate of the teacher Instructor. . , LANGUAGE. 1. Language in the Fourth Division Miss Willie Chambllss. NOON ' ffc GRAMMAR. . iramar in the I'uDitc acnoois .miss iissa .uattnews. . uenerai ens 31 1 iti READING in the Fifth division. 1. Discuss the suggestions In the course of study under the Seventh Grade, i crltifize them Miss Augusta O'Bryan. V, General discussion. Announcements. Adjournment. FRIDAY, Opdfnlng excerclses. CIVIL GOVERNMENT. ( , 1. Iwhat are the purposes of teaching Civics In the Rural School? Coleman vtT&vnt-Jl o. siiow how a lesson from the text book mav be taucht so as to be'of f real v.Ilue in every day life J. T. Basham. SANITATION AND HYGIENE. - t m v .if .t... fi.HiiAmfinAl nrltinl rtlaa r rlntYioLfln nnrl nAmmiiMihi LTitiWaHit I a& HKanltatlon Logan Hickerson. ,v f " C0UK5B OF STUDY. 1, ITluwipica ui icawMiu M-fcMww NOON Piece Goods Laces and Embroideries Millinery Wash Dresses Silk Dresses Men's Furnishings Carpets, Rugs Wash Waists Women's Neckwear Petticoats Muslin Underwear Women's and Child ren's Footwear Boy's Clothing House Furnishings In fact, practically everything for everybody and you will find the prices to be the lowest at which goods of their quality can be bought. RAILROAD FARES REFUNDED IN CASH We refund to out-of-town customers five per cent of their total purchases up to the amount of, their round-trip railroad fare We Now Give and Redeem Surety Coupons . The Coupon that has a definite and fixed value A Bobk Full (1,000) Surety flmirtnns Entitles von to.... mnwfw&mmmmwmmtofmx& m? $2.50 in Goods Free Report of the condition of the FIRST STATE BUNK; doing business at the town of Irvinj;toii, Countv of Breckinridge, State of Ken tucky," at the close of business on 4th day of June, 1913. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts -.$7JiS05 6 Overdrafts, secured and unse cured 911 2I Stocks, lionds and other securi ties 60 00 Due from llanks 7.775 58 Cash on hand 2,078 13 Checks and other cash items.. 8 76 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 5.669 81 Other Real Estate o 00 Other Assets not included under any of above heads... o 00 General Business. Reports of Committees. Adjournment. J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY Represents llic Leading Companies iu the Country FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE . Iaturcs I3ngjaKe and Personal Effects of Travelers. IIoufsehold.Good Mid Merchandise iu transit. lir buiHec solicited. Mr. Frank Hall ifKttt tttttttjr Ml twebvilto with her pftretrto, Mr. wt Milton Brown. MV- Brown in wy , of rhunitin- Fw W knew and Lm ( Appetite MstertaM WUt m tto wUea. A tma Uteto tfi wie AtftHmt. T emlto mi equina, ifc Total....88,3o8 55 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash, j 15,000 00 Surplus Fund - i,5o Undivided Profits, less expen ses and taxes paid 566 82 Deposits subject to check 33665 91 Demand Certificates of Deposit o 00 Time Deposits 37.575 81 Certified Checks o 00 Cashier's Checks sutstand inir - o 00 Due Banks niul Trust Compan ies Notes nnd Bills Rediscouuted. Unpaid Dividends Reserve for taxes , Bills Payable Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads... o 00 o 00 o CO o 00 o 00 o 00 Total SS,3oS 55 STATE OF KENTUCKY ) s . County of Breckinridge J We, V. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, President and Cashier of the above nam ed bank, do solemnly swear that the a bove statement is true to the best of our knowledge und belief. V. J. Piggott, President J, C. Payne, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of June, 1913. T. N, McGlothlan Notary Public My commission expires Feb. 24, 1914, Card of Thanks. I wjsli to thank all my friends and relatives who were so kind ty my dear wife during her illness. I also thank Drs. 57. J. Hall, R. T. Dempster, J. E. Kirijlo and K. C. Ilurued for their dvk awl coiibvltHtion. Df. R. W. MeadQf, Cutr, Ky. 0 fCZ30C3lc HOC 5oE non ) CZHOEZD "Open Your Mouth and Shut Your Eyes, 4nd Get a Tip to Make You Wise." W$v ssi LanlevUle Jtarafag Poet BreeckmlQtf nw 0 Our Twenty Day REDUCTION PRICES Have not run out, but will be Extended with Better Bar gains and Easier Prices. SEE OUR BARGAINS H. Wilson & Co. Glen Dean, Ky. JLSSESSBSBUm&TSSSSBJwShSS Unwhir tk "tlti liihiil H4MIM HHI" with a casJi do-U for Cwortk Walk. il at- 101 U o 1 s 1 .! ! 1 i .1 !i :