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aloft in humble deprecation.
' jb Sacred Mother knowa l" ,
fever mind that nonsense," ejrqlairaed
roughly. "1'sa no baby, ai rjl take
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Yntl6a,lri'StT for your goldj
iTliuJ(J''cK is more money woiie
jfse p&t yu mt uvt or h '
oe eiraiuoi in? gun mey are
"'A. j profuse ia hi thanks for tbe Ame
Tj;inilnet, but Well' only response
Abort gruat as be oao more drew the
yets closely around htm and chirruped
ivas a Jong drive to Alenardviiie, ana 1
'r one i4se nearest railway station,
ch Well waa now heading,
liddle of November behsd
i and there amqng the scat-
') a collecting trip for hit
Eminent firm of Baa Antonio
ei jnismoAtbaa aaxiou
If MNMf katt
aw collection bad btan bt.TX dttrinj iut
out (aw di, tnd at lut fX(X)0, in bilUixu
torn, wara atoned away in his pbckaU mid
ia tha buckxkin bag at hia (tat. It wju a
largo aun f monty aad ae aaturtlly fH
tha raapoaalbility it poaaenion inrolred
John Walla iftt by no maana a coward, bul.
ka waa perfeotly acquainted with tha conn
try and iti people, and knew that the chance
e acquiring one-tenth the amount he carried
would b sufficient to prompt many ol
Uo latter to murder. Ho had been particn
larly atruck with the rillainoui (ace andaua
picioua demsanor o( the goat-herder, and the
uneaineu aroused by the Utile incident of
the morning hung oyer hint during the an
WithontNntkiag bia usual noonday halt,
ha drove ateadtly on, occaiionaily glancing
back over the dim trail, in momentary as
p'ectation of Griding himself pursued. How
ever, evening came without anything hav
ing transpired to increase his alarm, and an
hour before dsrkneaa closed down upon tht
bleak plaina he drew rein before the dooi
of a lone ranch and, without the tittles pre
liminary of applying for accommodations,
began diverting hie tired aerstt ef the har
As ha unhooked tie tugs of the off bene,
a towheadtd urchin of eight or nine yearn
same strolling up from the near-by corral,
crept into the buggy aeat aad drew thi
blanket over his 'head nntil oaly hi bayiel
face and sparkliag eyea were visible.
"Whit's your name, Kiattrr" he asked,
with childlike dirtetnee.
"Jack Wells. Whafa your!"
"Hank Grimm. I'm only Little Hank.
Old Hank U my gran 'paw, and be own thi
ranch. The Maxicana call this 'Do Bota
Ranch,' 'cause gran'paw give the 'two
boot' brand. Say, mister, do know wbc
lwJ wg ka hhvu uw ww ituv
V?aae1 just at thetmonunj' 1 thought you meught U when, ywi drir'
qvicJt bl9 loolune "OreajteC
fat ef IdQ, ha growled.
I ? Are they counterfeit!
1 aa by themr
( gravely held tketx fertk h
for inspection. 1
old, aenor. They Traro civwt
imerican, Senor Blaek wha
1' yitat 0 goat acroaa the staa in
money u the price of tf 'goat
from the Rio Coacho."
ire girded the Mericaa with a erch.
', of ausiplcion.
'fliow Col. Bill Blast aad hi gold' fa
tWakil knoy you, too.. You
boicj just now unen 1 paia raj
I saw you last night at the
bought those "curcctl cigaq. I
e tou want to learsi if 1 UaTa money,
"I thought mebby it was (Santa Clans, but
then I allow he'a got more whiakers'n you
hav. Still, he mought have shaved."
Walla adraitUd that Santa Clana might,
by way of a change, conclude to make his
annual trip with a beard of three wecka'
growth, or even a smoothly-shaven face.
Further tha. that he couldn't, nnder the
circumstances, blame little Bank for look
ing upon all strangers with an eye of suspicion;
but h thought the chance of popping
hi gaze on Santa, Clans by daylight
were extremely small. Several millions of
boys. In different parts of the world, had
been keeping their eyce ope for yeara with-cut
avail, and there had come to be a popular
bolief that the jolly fellow with the rein
deer traveled principally ia the dark. N
mil s vq way am oh imi risen nil
Christmas, and I reckon he left it till about
the last ranch on hi rounds," remarked the
boy. "He didn't leave me a thing that I
wanted nnthm' but a little tin wagon and
a pound of candy. Say, mister, d'ye reekoa
Santa, Clana ever handle windcht iters T"
The appesrinc of the elder Bank Grimm
spared Welle the neccasity of answering
this difficult query. The owner of the "Two
Boot ranch" was a man well advanced in
years, and possessed o! a sturdy, erect figure,
square cut feature and sky-blue eyes,
that told at ouct of German ancestry and of
past service in the armies of the old world or
the new. He welcomed the traveler heartily,
directed him how to dispose of his
horses for tbe night, and then abruptly,
turned away and entered tbe houas. Little
Hank remained behind and, in his quaint,
boyish way, superintended Wells' every
A covey of quail that had been foraging in
the vicinity of tbe cnb flushed at their approach
and cettlcd in the prairie grass a
short distance away. Little Hank clamored
to have one of them killed for his Christmas
breakfast, and to please htm, on their return
to the buggy, Wells slipped a couple of
bird loads in bis Parker, and, when the
iovey rose again, grassed three plump beauties
with a hasty double shot. The boy was
in perfect ecstasies over his success.
"That's better'n you could do with a
windcheater," he remarked in a tone denoting
that he considered this the height of
possible praise. "Gran'paw say a sbotcun
is no good; but I reckon it depends a heap
dxiC muorinirtoethi. bland' ! ?.M"? Ark.n.aw, and he
1 1....' it. 1 cgumn t
111 1. me uroausiue ni a muie.
KW''7W"Ifw"' "" W" The traveler's effect, were tonn
wi'e.'nnd found that tbe only occupants of
the place were themselves and their precocious
grandson. Urimm was a German of
the old school, with true Teutonic itfVss of
comfort, and it seemed that unusual
arations for the evening meal had been made'
in tiouur 01 his visitors, ah in the way 01
tha (At si aa eweedrl 1, 1.C aiuf it
of Mi tanas ne caT uty
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fchiidrea wU talk aa; Ih grtrxtf'
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ftomiDg. i wanitd a VHm&thmtv
broujjit me a tin wage,'
k "Tbe ehlld woul4 be a m befere
time," put ra his grandmother. 'WH talk
of nothing but gfcn.; and if he had theatre
would kill us all, and himself bt tha bar
"I wuld be a brave aoldier like wy father,"
said the boy, hia eyea filliag with
"And be killed by tha Indians, as waa he,"
responded the old rinchmani "My child, the
(Iriramt have been soldiers fine the earliest
days. I have fought, in tny fme, with bry
man to icku me on 10 natue, ana 1 leu you
TVS COT YOU TOB TIME. SAITTA CLWX"
hard dirt floor lay a freshly dixefaarged pistol
aad a Mexican sombrero,
"It is robber that hav been here," exclaimed
the ranchman. "It is Mexican
and they have shot my boy!"
Well dived beneath the table, brought
forth tha injured lad and placed him tenderly
1b a chair; bnt he at once struexled to
hi feet. "Turn loose th dog, gran'paw, or
he will git away.- It'a Santa Claus, and I'm
blamed If he didn't miss me with his pistol
right slap in my fica. I never knowed afore
that Santa Clans was aa Arkanuw man." I
Walla turned from tha excited boy aad
approached the opea window. Below it, and
directly to the right, tha whitewashed wall
were torn and disfigured wjth shot, and
ther were great splotches and dark, trickling
streams of something 'likaj, red paint
ahiniag in the light of the lamp.
He turned to tb old German; hi feature
pal bnt collected.
'ljrou will not need tha dog," said he,
'The man who tumbled through that window
U lying where he fell and I think I
will recognize him when I see him."
Wells was right ia both hia surmises. In
"layin fer Santa Clana" LitU Hank had
taken a step that no midnight marauder
could have foreseen. In forcing an entry to
Grimm'a ranch, the Mexican goat-herder,
who had trailed Well all the way from Me-Kavett,
had gone directly to his death. H
Jay outaide the window, aa he had fallen
wbea the bulk of two loads of buckshot had
struck him, and when Little Hank gazed
into hia dead face, its pallor more ghastly
still in the lamplight, he scresmed and staggered
back, covering hia eyes wth trembling
"I don't want to be a soldier," he sobbed-"I
never want to kill another man as lone as
But hia sturdy old granddam descended,
no doubt, from a long line of warlike
Teutons took him in her strong anna consolingly.
"But this man was a robber, my dear.
KJllinc was his deserts, for he came to murder
us all in our sleep. You saved our lives,
and now would you turn coward and mako
"It waa ,not a brave deed," growled old
Grimm. "The boy thought to shoot Santa
Claus and killed laey thief of a Mexican instead.
It was a'bulIVeye on the wrong target
and no honor is won, Still, I am glad
it has happened, for it may frighten his
babyLih mind from this folly about soldier,
life and guns."
And so Kri Kn'ngle did not visit the
ranch that night, and Little Hank bad to
wait (or his rifle but not, as it chanced, so
TCST.?r&e3nlh WX long, after .11. Arriving without
It, nouch nestled between the butt " wm introduced to the ranchman' aged nrtter incident at hU destination, Well.
first care e to visit the different gunitpres
of Ban Antonio upon an errand the nature of
which can be easily guessed. On New Year'a
Eve the McKayett stage baited at Grimm'
ranch to deliver a package, and a few minute
later the heart ef the younger flunk
"-- beating high with elation. Bnucly
food that the ranch could offer was on th Pckd in a neat box lay two gun a tiry
table, and, surmounting the array of snowy
biamits. ham and eces. infer steak and
j canned fruit, stood a group of ancient glass
decanters, their contents shining in a grada
tltfi of colors' from dicep red to
LitUeIIaak eend to loftk vpiA 'hra
Winchester and 1 light shot-
pin. It was a present fit for a king, and a
costlier one than Jack .Wells' slim pursa
rould have stood unaided; but hi
had been told how (heir thousands were
j wved end graciously donated two per eest.
f tha entire aTMeitnt towards rewarding tha
principal actor k tat Cbriatmaa Eva j
idr at tha "Twa ft4t ruich."
i jt. ,. - 'a " rffiBIIMTMii. r "to
3.t. bterling' AoYocat Ttfasakyf - e a6. rf5o5fJ
fcTliWJRfflai OHmSTMS' SURPRISE,
Mis SccWuiI Rltal.
O TY eW R4rt
hac wrYt'tea thai he
ia aatidiai ut a iittU
eaU Mn, Meatniid.
hr tha ttath, uxf.
"Ofelt sare tkat tf
he could ee aa
ta vmt trr
happy littlhorot a
weald forget that I
ah treated h 1 aa
rather nnktadly (a
eloping with yeu an
tha very day whleh was to hav seen me hi
brids. To bt sure, I left a note saying that
1 felt J could never have made him perfectly
happy, Had he been a 'magnanimdus
person, he would nave oeen aaiunea mm
there is nothing la soldiering nothipg but gacj, 8 handsome apology but he was not
hard work and) slavery and bloodshed aad , "M0t t al," sighed her huatwnd, "he w
TOE LID WAS OFF niE BOX AT IAST
apt to appreciate sueh a compliment aa a
xtch old bachelor, I'd like to know?"
"No one. I'm sure. Bnt he thawed ad
soon as be had seen our six little cherub.
How be laughed when little Josiah rode oj
mj back and playfully kicked me i tha
"And how merry he waa when Ariadne
spilled milk on my best drasa. Whst a pleasure
it roust have been to witness such felicity.
To be sure, 1 am sorry that he happened
to hear your remarks when my dressmaker's
bU came in, but"
"And 1 had rather that be had been out of
earshot when you told me your honest opinion
of a man who cou.d not match embroidery
silks better than I, after he had been
married ten year. However, thi it mere
detail. 1 remember hia rage when he found
that 1 had mamed hia little fairy, aa ba
called you. Odd, isn't it, that he baa forgiven
ma now that yeu weigh twice as
"Humph, I may weigh a few pounds more,
but my hair is intact, and thai ia mora
"And now he is sending ns a Christmaa
box. I wonder what it contains? The children
will be up at daylight to Cnd oat. Wall,
prosperity will not change us!"
"Never, liven though I am able to dress
ai well as our own hired girl, I shall act insist
that you writ it Xmas, instead ef
Cbristmss, nor shall I call it appendicitis
when little Rufus baa eaten too much pla.
Personally, 1 expect tickets to Europe."
Ticketa to Europe, and I such a poor
sailer that tb sight of a marine ia water
color give me seasickness! Nonsense, ha
has sent u the deed to a ranch la Texas."
"A ranch and I so afraid ef cattls! How
mean of you to think of such a thiag. ITI
Haver live on a ranch!"
"And 1 shall certainly aot go to Europe!"
"1 shall, and I'll never speak to yeu agaia.
"Evea your vcice would aot reaeh from
Europe to Texas. But here is the
you'll aee that waa risht."
"That I was, dear. What a big beat
I'm glad that he forgave ue just at
when he need not check hia gcacroaity.
That trip to Europe"
Texas, you mean!" The Bd wa off th
boa at last, and a silent fejl upoa them, aa
tbe gifts were opened. When tbe last one
lay before them, they flung themselves
despairingly into each other's arm.
"Tb villain said,b had forgiven us!" aba
"U enn afford to ba ia avenged!" ha
For tb box contained: One musie box,
which played paly rag time; one drum, a fife,
three horns, a toy piano, six package of
dynamite crackers, one Chinese gong, a toy
pistol and a card, on which was written:
fcWith Cousin Robert's beat wishes far a
very merry Christmas!"
A Pair Kichnnse.
Now doth th callow youth prepare
To ahow he madly loves.
By sending to his lady fair
X Christmas box of gloves.
Bul ah, relentless, cruel fate.
The maiden Is not smitten,
And, aa aha must reciprocate,
She gives that youth the mitten.
-U A. W Bulletin.
A TEIUHUI.R FUNlSmnSXT.
"Vhat'a your little brother cryin' fort"
"He hung up hie stockin' last mebt and
Bauty Claus brought him a little brotb r;
but he wanted a drumr Ladies iionn
Ssymold Storey What are you going
give your wife (era LbnstmaapiesratT
Tudder Mann 1 m trying to and
which she weald rataer ' have teaejer
npoiHon. . y r i
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ff.WsittMtBtltiitrordrwK., !, awt ill- ri ah nl
Are ZXpeclzi te Kecorof.
s. J$ W
1 ,1 11-,
tuna go efl ac year
hoosar ifrs.' Talk
fwntk aked, after
sba hid tU Mra,
Spilkla aaaetly kw
mnik aath' f ht
wa gifta hid eesa
aad what she bad
We hope to be fully raeevered from the ef
fects cf it in a week ar two. Yeu see, en
Christmaa Eve the children were s exeiteJ
about the coming of Santa Claus that they
couldn't get to sleep. Young Air. Firsleto
staged pretty late, too, at leant it seemed a
to Mr'. Bpilkins andmyelf, though Jithel
didn't agree with Us. After beleft, we found
f.i hMBM.ffiT W9, cfitl inn nilftr
death. It is a dog's life: nothing more." l,oi fnconslderato. He" ' . i. inint and wr mnti wait t hme tha
Later in the night, when Wells and Little . "However, a woman'j tact has bridged the tockines. 1 ld I'd wait up and do it
Hank were arfugly stowed awav in the lat
ters bed, tha question of Sant Claus and
the "windchesler" came up again, but so
lengthy discussion followed.
It must' have been sometime after midnight
when Welts was partially aroused by
the knowledge that some one was moving in
the room, and called out to' know who it
plight 'bft. f " 1
".Nobody but me-Hank Grimm. Not
gran paw, but the little one. xou "
lint that was 'quite enough for the. somnolent
gentleman from San .Antonio. If the
sentence was finishtd ha failed (0 hear its
conclnsion, Sometime afterwards, however.
He waa aroustdsgain; and this time so thoroughly
that he heard and uaderstodd tha
words that awoke hia. They evidently
came from the "liviag ropm" into which his
.hpartment opened, and were uttered at tha
'.op of Little Hank's childish treble.
"Jhar now, Santa Claus. I've got you thi
'time, and either that windchester cemca or
( down your No tin wagons
Jot me thi Christma."
There was a fierce curse grittingly muttered;
the shsrp crack of a pistol; and then
boom! boom; two thunderous report
Almost as one. shaking- te adob wall of
the ranch to their foundations. A dense
volume of smoke rolled into the sleeping
room, but Wells charged through it with'
ready rifle, reaching tbe outer apartment
just aa old Grimia entered from another
door light in hand.
Little Hank Isy beneath the huge table,
groaning dismally and rubbing his shoulder.
Otherwise the room waa unoccupied; but a
window star the dear waa open, aad on the
difficulty, as usual. 1 flatter myself that I
did a clever and original thing in naming
on of tbe Twins for him. Wh$ would ba so
KteMHffj Watt A
?Xv ''B J mil I P
I'm a poor sleeper, anyhow. Why, 1 never
elos mv'evCs'Until I've made Mr. Builkin
get up and investigate the smell of gas in the
""Yea, isiff it, odd that it only smells after
all tHe Jets are turned off! I:nver" used to
smell gas until after I was married, but
now, I" .
"Smell it every night? So" do 1. Mr,
efcid he'd getUip aad han the stockings,
said he could wake at any moment-he
ebose. It seemed a pity that he never
chooses" to wake at the regular hour for getting
np, but 1 said nothing at least very little.
Ethel wasn't sleepy and wanted to hang
jhem, but her father said ahe'd be thinking
Lot youxig fizsieton ana lorgci i aouca
ttwhether th children' were aaleep or not.
Why, she makes enough noise after he leave
at night to wake the dead!"
"Yes, the "worst thing about Love's ycrang
dream is tbe fact that it forgtta that other
people need aleepl" X
"M'hm. Well, 1 knew I'd have to hang
these stockings, so when it was time I crept
down to get them. W had left them en
tbe dining table, but they were gonel"
"I knew that and flew upstairs. Aa I
reached the head of tbe stairs, 1 heard tome
one creeping along tht ball. In a second I
waa in the bedroom, with the door loeked,
but Mr. Bpilkins wssn't there!"
"Gracious, had they"
"Then came the most awful groans from
tbe yard below and I knew that they bad
killed him and thrown him out of the window!
I remembered then that I had borrowed
his best necktie, the day before, without
remembering to ask bis content, and
now I naa a lone widow, who could never
ask forgiveness fbr the ink I had spilled cm
it! I flew to the windovr, calling: 'Polio 1
WHEN Iffi HEARD WlrTY CALL FOU Till
Murder!' Then, I heard some oao tryixgaagr
"Tha burglars, of eonree. Oh, yu poo
"Yea, and thn came awful scream from
Ethel, her voice sounding as it doe when
hr little brother brings a mouse into th
room. Seizing my umbrella, I went to her
ratcae. In the ball I ran into the arm of
a man and must have fainted, for tbe next
thing I knew Mr. Emlkins was telling Ktbl
to bora tbe ostrich feathers on my new
bonnet and see if that would not bring ma
"It did, I'm sure! But I thought Mr.
Bpilkins wa murdered and"
"Well, he wasn't. He bad gotten tb
stockings and hung them, when he heard
me call for the police and"
"But the groan and Ethel' aereamsf"
"Tha groaning noise was young Mr.
singing a serenade of Christmas
hymns under her window. She slept through
that, being roused by her father rattling at
my door, and thinking I was murdered!"
"Gracious! I hope that was the end of it!"
"It wasn't. The police eame and seeing
young FizxJeton in the yard, they brought
him In to be identified aa the burglar) It
took half an hour to induce them to let him
go, and then they were still suspicious.
While we were thus epgsged, the children
woke up and ate all the candy jn their stockings.
1 spent the rest of the night between
ministering to them and comforting Ethel,
who feared that Mr. Fizzleton would blam
her for bis sufferings. Yes, it was rather an
eapiting Christmas, but, as 1 said, W4 hope
to be fully recovered from its effects in a
week or two." ELI3A ARMSTRONG.
Uetvrecn (lie Lines.
My dear Miss Bonds, your eyes pray Uft
(It this don't win her J am lost!)
And deign to view my humble gift;
(I hate to think about Its costl)
May It And favor In your sight,
(And bring about the end I seek)
Although Its value Is but slight.
(I'll have to fast at least a week!)
-N. Y. World,
j Cosily Answered.
Hojack I often see tbe Christmas goose
mentioned in Christmas stories. What is
the Christmas goose?
Tomdik The Christmas goosejs the max
who spends more money for presents than
he can afford, Judge.
cornea on each
To Interrupt men's gentler mirths
"How can the blowing of a horn"
Assist in bringing: peace to earth r
All Ii Would Hold.
Dog-Faced Boy Did yer get yer stooldo'
full 0' good things Christmas?
Living Skeleton Ves, indeed.
Dog-Faced yer get?
laving Skeleton A cigarette. Town
Aa Good it Theory ns Any.
Tommy What are all the men irvus is
, aet to the north pole for!
, Willie (scornfully) What, don't yea
eraaewMlefttJiCki4Ki Jm&w. co7? Why, Uutta Gbuu Mrw
1.4 st .. . .i M
--,':. -x' " - ?r . m
These garments uron
son's koqcK stvlieu. urn
Tht) Cloak neuBon ia about oyct.
From how until Jonuurj 1 wfer7iH 'J
o'oso out the remainder of our T?cft,,,f 1
chosen and elegant CLOAK etofck
t -(ate. and
in every way worthy. It you havK't
purchiiHed this is your opportunity
for a good thing at an extremely
lowprice. JSVe do not "waa t
carry 'them oven " "f, ;T
for a Christmas present, Handkerchiefs,
Scarfs. TowelB, Napkina,
Table Cloths, Ifcigs, Umbrellas,
Fur Collar, or a Silk WaiBt? Anj
would be acceptable and
We have a splendid assortment
of Venetian Cloths and Broad
Cloths for Waists. Everybody has
one. Have you?
We will not be undersold by anybody
on anything quality considered.
Our prices are right, onr
MT. STEELING, KT
Establishing the Salarg of the
Chief ol Police of the Clto
of Mt. Sterllna, Kb. -
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Hoard of Council of the City 0
Mt. Sterling, Ky. :
That the salary of the Cfhief of
Police snail be Nine Hundred Dollars
per year, payable out of thu
treasury of said city in monthly installments
of Seventy-five Dollars
each; that he shall perform the du-
ties of the Health Officer without
ex.tra compensation; that he shall",
at no time be absent from the city,
uniuss oy permission 01 me juayor;j
lt.4 l. I l 2 1 ' I
limb iiu Biiuiireceivu nu pay vrmie
absent from the city; that the Chiei
of Police and all Policemen
wear a complete police
jivy uia, . i?J
Dec. 7th 1899.
while on duty, to be prescribed by
the Mayor. That this ovdihanc
shall take effect upon its ppSSoJs. "
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and Hosiery. Are you supplied?
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buy before the adrance'reache!
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