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:,& -- "" -'-' JiBBw "" H'ai L vt It! 1J M5 lfc"!"W"JH..t'S! 3V JUMt4 nj3F .j.Atw. .juciaj $ You Will Be NICE XMAS PRESENTS FOR WIFE, DAUGHTER OR SWEETHEART The .smallest of the "Shear" family would make a nice present for the wife, daughter or sv ccthcart. We have KEEN KUTTER Shears from the smallest to the largest. When out Xmas Shopping, don't fail to see our i When Looking for something nice for the boy, don't over-look our cattarangus line of knives and razors. You give him real satisfaction when you present him with anything in this line. 'Our Stock is complete and every one. is fully warranted. Make your wife happy and yourself pleased, by taking home a set of K. K. Knives and Forks. Every one guaranteed to give service and satisiaciton. One Set in a nice Case Nothing Nicer for a Xmas Presnt. We have Table and Tea Spoons in the same line. 4 Main Street. 4 THE NIGHT-BLOOMING JASMINE. In a sheltered sun-kissed corner On this big Earth-star of ours, There was once a lovely garden Hushing o'er with fragrant flower. Sorao fair blossoms open their petals To receive the sun's 6rst ray, And displayed with joy their beauty Through the whole long summer day. Others waited till the noouday Poured its Hood of heat and glare Kre they shed their heavy perfume On the languid sultry air. And a few wee just loo lazy To fold their petals till Old Kin;; Sol turned for the journry To his couch behind the hill. But one flower bid in ilcnoo. Through' the long du) glowing sheen, Her fair budsol croamy whilonpss ITndcr leave of glony green. ' Till the hudp oi night had fnllon And the star1; begemmed the sky, Or the moon swept in her glory Through the azure vault on high. Then wide-open flew their petals And the waxen Mars bclaw Raise their faces to the sky-stars Through the teudcr evening glow. And their sweet mysterious peifumo Floated mi the 'luahcned air. While tin- dew.dinpA lull liko kisses On their petals waven fair. As their fragrance Spread upon the cool uight breeze, L . a tender hispcrcd fluttering Stirred among the watchful trees; And a burst of perfect Floated downward from above. As the nightingale thrilled foltly Her sweet song of perfect love. Then the song and purfume mingled, Vncu ol flower and voiee of bird, Till the soft night breezes trpmbled And the heaty branches stirred, And the wild thing of the woodland, And the moon and stars above, Listening in the purple darkness, Heard sweet Nature's Song of Love Aunie Barnwell Morton. Lock Bov 2ti5, Morganlicld, Ky. We Buy FURS Hides and Weol Feather, Tallow, B(nwu, Ginseng, Golden SeaMYeOowRoot), Mar Apple, Wild Ginger, etc. We ate dt alert; eiublitrwd in 1856 "Orer hall a crnturj in LouiinUe" and caado better (or you than agrali or commiaa'on DMrchanti. Rtinmcr, any Bank in LoutiriLV. Writ (of xrrUy price lit! and ahipping tagi. M. Sabel A Sons, in 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Perfectly Satisfied, if Yon T. H. Cochran MOB TAKES ELMER HILL Monticello, Ky., Dec. 17, Klmor Hill, chrgcd with assaulting and murdering Mamie Womaek, a thirteen-year-old girl, at Russell Springs Russell county, several days since, was taken from the jail here last night by a mob and hanged, Twenty-six men oame to town from Hussell county. They overpowered Sheriff Wright and took the prisoner by force, Hill had beon brought bore for LONEWOMAN CATCHES FOX. l'a., Dec, 1,) Mrs. ThonuiStrieklind.nl KiJ Nant- meal, count), bad a nnvol . fi'c o!iao all by hcrolf and came out victor. The animal suddonlv appear cd in her vard and Mr-. Strickland started in pursuit. In attempting to leap ovor the fence Reynard loosened a pale an became wedged between two of the pickets, A big shepherd doc belonging to the Strickland came up tbpn, but thp woman chased it away and srrabbpd the fox by the hind legs and held it until Samuel Evans came along with a bag Then thp pales were looiencd and JRojnard walked into the bjg. Mr. Mr. Strickland prcon'ed the atnmal to Daniel Mourer, President of Lud- wig' Corner Fox Hunting c'ub, and it will non figure in a chae there. It was thp first fox spen in thi for years. STARR. Miss Ksma Brown, of ('rider, is visiting this part. Wc are having rain. Mi-s (Jlara Crider. of Mari ". Ins been visiting in this port. Health good. The sudden death of l,reloy Bi' b was very heart-rending to the people of this community. Mis Ollic Brown will visit relatives at Dawson Christmas Tobacco is in order and thi farin ers wondering what they are going to do with it. Let us hear something real about the tobappo bus- inpss o need the "dough. The protracted meeting closed Tuesday night. Bro. Mooro, of Caldwell county, did most of the preacning. One profession. J. J. Aloxander, of Phillipsbnrg, Kansas, is visiting his many friends this section. We aro wishing a happy Chris- I hm?A hexttd It tlM mM el I ' fw I nee l I I Tr .MiS ' ceefciee. ttnlir 1 rrenUrWcB.,tMre M I Y:issBtBt lt Ureter 9 52H?1 MJ?e,Ata"I,, J , H I JBDV H atf kari ft 9 ir t m UIa H baaaaiB LLw VW W SbMH iFli 1 U"N. aJw ill V a BHlBr 'Aft llMt eW MuaMftl, II fl l Xft mi taZ tmas to all the readers of Tin Reo- j and it big-hearted editor. Good by to tho old year. ' TEN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON SCHOOL MANAGEMENT. rBv .) H. McNkki.v.) ! I What is education? Ac(iiirrd knowlpdiro that prepares u for uscfulnc" and hnppines,. I Wbv is education ncodful in a f republic? . , . A free irovornniont pan urvivo i ...... . . ... ' nniv wtipn lis omzru1" nrr ininutfipi and frpp. Whit ii tbo vnlup of a rPsrtllnr HaHy prorannup? ' It fivos tn pnfh snbippt and papli . - i plaaj their ".birp of time and j tion. ln. of (Imp. am! taw j no time for idlene l.r hri nlnir aH school work n order. j Whit is tbp ol.jprt of punihtUAnl in "ebool? i To correct md reform the individual and to ervo is ,m rtimple to Otbors. What aro nmo of the principles governing puni'limpnt' Thp Ipat punNhnKnl tint will pponiplib the pnd i alwav " I right punibmpnt. It should be tbo! ... "hotild ....: ,,,..-..-.. ... -.......-, bo ,ppl od in uph a wa oto l"iv, tho pupil'1 tipn'l in a "tiopnoalilp , mood. .... . , ,, x hat are some of thp mot com- mnn pbool evils? ' Caselpsnpss, lazinps', fir'Unp"". idlptip, , ltIlPlldpnp, and rphellion. ' How may these evil" be nvorennw?' They must bo met and dealt with kindly, firmly, pcrsistentlv and bv cultivating virtues and the good things uo that there he no ehancp for thc evil to develop. What are some of tho princ pic school virtue"? Regularity, punctuality, noatrcss, order, acciiraev, industry, obedience, honesty and politeness. What are the most important natural incentives? Dr. White, in hi "School Management," gives the following; 1. Desire for good landing. 2. Desire for konwledge. .'?. Desire for efficiency. 1. Desire fur self-control f. Desire for future good. (!. Sense of honor, right and duty. What is the duty of every teacher in Ciittenden county? To spnd in a contribution to the and lot the people, know you are living rnnim: the living. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills FOR BACKACHE Boy Your XMAS PRESENT from Is. J & Company. aAXiXfti NEW SALEM. Kverjl ndy getting reidy for Xnu. Our :pV arc improving Some of i bo Dojs hvc buitn'ss ,"'r'x "" ,,n IVt Ifetitnt in lllinoi" Ut weol . hit'iicri ar ulowinu for oorn fnr hpt yer ; i)M(rv j?fo,ler w n ,iUarh ( r wiik' ... . (Mrfc Mnvitmn hn iutI oo imoj w'ow furm for uox' var. Pr IInr Hopoleo, nf Snlotn, b' "itionnpil for flnnnly attornnv nf l4Ytir!nf . un ,N bttr taau for Mi ' Th f'apt. has nld b prl fllne b"t to N. It. Karris nr ,1J lo sw rtUr 0W frioml ?. 'frtl tin ai ablo to walk around mrain. Hrinnn fir:m b rturHml from M'ori arid lia inoTpd on th old John Kit fc farm. loltinky V Gilliland havp movod aw mill to K. Cluniptnn's farm. , cpboo' at this phpp is prngrping fjnol v. Thp tPBchpr. wo understand i giving gnnpr! atifaction. Our friiiprs gpncnllv are strip xx tbacco The wbpat pnuppcts arc tho wort ' ' . ''n l.'i year. . ' ' Mrs. Blake Hopkins and nn Bob- in sppnt Saturday and Siindav thp guest of William Davenport and family. itI(1 ,, )T)n ,1M acoeptpil thc pos;. tJon 0r travcint, 8alesmnn for .John Kd Wring's Curke Burr Seed. This will be our 'ast tetter to the Record-Press for the year 100S To ome tho pa"t year has been one. . . . . , 1 . 'cause tbc Mro na'iir.il and dun t nf happiness and prosperity, and to .... , . ,, ., . . ' ' " hurt thc horse, as people often think others tho clouds of sorrow have gathered around; but to one and all we extend tho Christmas gaceting of peace and good will. May prosperity .abido with the and its editor and all connected with it, is tho wish of jour correspondent. IN COMPANY. Little Billie, who is (juitc fond of his grand father has learned some of his had habits One day he said a bad word. His motro, quite sur prised, said seriously "Why, Bil-Hoi Kdna, Kdith, little Jay, papa and mama will go lo heaven, and wc will feel so badly because little Bil lie won't be thre. "Oh, well, I'll bo wiss drampa," said Billie, quite independently. The January Delineator. GUNS, HUNTING COATS, SHELLS, SADDLES OR HARWARE. 1( you aie koking for Guns, Hunting Coats and Shells, stop at our store. We have coats of ?11 sizes; Shells of all kinds and guns to suit everybody.Have you seen the new Remington Repeating Shot Gun? If not ask to see one. We have Rifles to suit boys of all sizes. Our line of Saddles is better than ever before and our Prices are Rock Bottom. Wc can please you in any style you may desire. If you are in the market for a Saddle, see ours before you buy.rWc are still Headquarters for Winter Robes, Don't forget that Uc carry a full and line of Heavy Hardware, such as Lime, Cement, Roofing, Woven Wire Fence. We cansave you money on anything IrTthii line.'Send us you order for Window Glass in any size. EPWORTH LEAGUE Devotional MeRtlog December 27, 1908. Subject 'The Song of the No Kingdom.' Load or --Mi -a Matido Ftanary. Opening Song. l'ra)or. Scnpliiro lesson, l. Q:l7 U"ftTtuod. Sonu. Ilppumion - 'Th tur sr hm ing bright i clear," tir BittU "Th Souir ItaHf." rtsil lt .1 Walker. "The Kin;teiii of Glory," ! ' v Mi Fnoio Blue. The KmiHout f I'eee," i br Orlan MiH.n. '..cal Solo -Mrs lmiie W.U "The KmiiIohi of Ooodwill Mm Madeline .luiikiua. Song. ' Announcement , Bcnrdiction. HIS FINISH. Five ear old Burton wan not i' eiistnined to enrpnril punishment but onodn. when unpardonable of fetme hud been committed, hi mother . . , , , , took hitn across her knee, and with a piece of shingle administerod an old liishii.n At its uluie, with hands clapped to tho purl mosi affoo'ed. the vout.gstor wailed, Oh. thii is the end ol Delineator. Nntlcfj tn I'nrso liwnnrs I liavo Iipuii often n4"' to pull blind teeth in I tell lb tn thev seldom on"bt to bo nulled. hp- Most ali horsei have blind or wnll teeth, but tho trouble comes w tb the horse botweo i ho ages id to and two and a half cnr old, and ii is hecauso they fail tn shed the e.ii. on inoir uaoy, or inaicr ie " his statement ir. not popiibn hut it is true, it the boi L- aie true. So I 'tick to my tr.t, .md dnn'i pull blind theeih, but I ''o rm'l ? lor enlarged head or oA imi., II. M, Awful ProspnC. i Mare.a, a little lin.l j a brother or seven who annoyed h"r, great deal. One day she had very much disturbed and kneeling down, began to pray: "Dear Lord, what I do with my ton boys? Help inc."- January Delineator. Marion Ky. A COMPROMISE. This litiir tlire.rr o1 t I un;iy Atncrirm .. .tti , :tat t. r at il honie of i nri.'hiior. Id, nnk., ( 4 little bv a iMtuitf j n- ..( hi. on. Hurl., ri ii i cf.. .,i I 'l thy h.d II- iIipii i.k.n fnrsbiti. b ii no o'n.'r littl. t The t mother- u.eu llk !l llli. tin iit) ,,l H I II . 1 a sod imiV on hi- r put Hut it MlvieJ tUe ukoU 'muio.h t. -.. in "Wa.!!, jiigt I i nil mii -il ii.r ! ll.Ht tll" ! Il4li! I tJ hn . I i r s, h. ii . V a ' .ng, ' - H an I ha . i t k I ir, Delineator. fiRvViiv SEEDS vMak'l9WIICST4Bv Fffjh Reliable Curt Guarantied to I'ltno BBrvBBHeiHPV 1 . '7 ar "rnp anj r r - r S tl lit ti SVCCIRL dFFCR FOR 10 CENTS w w . tmi iwtl.l ...ir FAMOUS COLLECTION I rf l.. I..... i.ta I .1. m.m lu.a io I . atM.r.iftf C.l.rt ffn. I fef l.ly ... a4 lakh.. II. I pit M..I.I lll.. 11 iU II l.fl.ll.. OmIm lk. .. . II. I ou HrlU t.f it 11 r..b U K.tf far .tr .Ml lfetnr ftnd tc.l IK ikn. r.m. Jtrl. fcr g.lt. wita ot N.w .n4 Il.r4 nil OKKAT NOKTlirilN SMIII f (I. U?l l(i m. Korkf.inl, llllmila le Kiiloy is ill i'h iiiieii'iii.'iia ' IMiniii Siindav Seh w.i ruled , ' a'l Sunday until the firM SumUv in Aynl, 1 1)01. j Mr nn,j Mr ,'((,,nfc )gu,i,.ry Wlr0 in (jiVe ,,', H.,oV) M wMuM), ,, , I Mr. I.ane. nf Cnvo 111. past thrmgli 1 1 sr'eilmi list week en route homo Ireni s rist to friends near Mriop. Joe Willunis h,is in Tidu n Mil ilx y Huv.iv ClaiL Htnl yisler. Ora, at Sheridan Saturdij and Sund.M. Robert Sleiiusler of Tolu intend, ed SiiiuIht "chonl at Hobrnti Sunday. J. L. Rankin, of Marion, has the M 'J Stmrt torn and is : n.MI , ,.usinr.k wt ,),,, (J ,, John Watson ml Sum Kliiimry were in Tnlu one day Inst wcik Wishing every reader nf the good obi "Record- 1'rcss" n merry, merry Christ iims, we are sinoerelj ours A DISTURBING ELEMENT. M,.r, is ,. fl0ln fllIllllv w,,ro tho father and mother arg'uo very much. On such an occasion one of the children nioppud squarely in Iront id Ins Uihir and said: "IT you had not got into our latnily, things would be January Delineator.