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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1895
Novor n worti spoko Miss U:-Kg. She
sat bolt upright lu lior lmf-gy, regard
log tho'boy fixedly an Bobby Loo trian
trnlated onward. Ah hIio passed sho turn
ed her bond slowly, keeping bcr rjk'c
taclos on Juknywith mi unearthly stare.
Thoro In KoinethliiK superstitious in all
human IboltiKu mid especially in boys.
Something like a shiver ran down Jn
key's track at slglft of this Hingulur per-
con, who IojimV. bira, pnrfoctly,.yot who
paused biui,ihcr burnt turning mechan
ically, without. .otroritiK n word. For a
moment ho w tciiiptod to boliuvo that
JiiHHJlnKK bad portalicd, mid thin van
hor ijhoHt K"'"K mmI r,,tt " 80U3
other land tliun wiir ncarri'd Toinios
hoc 'But this foclliiK wm momentary.
Throwing it olT, bo shouted:
"Hholl I givo, yor lovo tor Hats when
If lllss Bagga-wai trying to make tho
tmy bollovo bo wus mistaken, or tlmt ho
Maw hor dbioinbodlcd nptrlt, her elTort
failod signally-at this point. A peal of
impprcssod laugbtor enmo bnck on tho
brcozwito .ikiy. , Looking after her, bo
Haw tho back of tho buggy, from which
Htroamod tho tnttorn of' tho top nud un
der it Bob Lee's four legH mingled in
invxtiicablo wjnfu.sloti, doing sonio of
'their ibont work.
"Sbo mis bnbi't bont on no good,"
ftnid Jukey to hlinvolf at bo gnvo Tom a
jog. "Reckon Jilib'H'iip ter somop'n."
Jakoy rodo an uuiHlng upon MIm
Baggs. Ho bud.uotlctKl her kind treat
ment iof his sister, mid nit Jakoy was
disposed to regard Roari tho moat im
portant porson on earth aftor Colonel
Maynard MlbS DaggH had thus found
hor way into that youthful something
or other which for want of a bettor name
may be callod Jakoy 'h heart. His ro
mark was mado with groat seriousness.
. Jakey Jolt that it -wan his duty as a Uu
lion sympathizer to' pnt sortie ono on Miss
Baggs' track. "Slio mought bo workin
ifo' the Confodoratoi," ho mused, " 'n
then agin sho moaghtn't." Tho latter
viow was most ngrwOblo to him, because
ho liked Minn Baggs and would griove
to any harm coato to her.
While ho was jogging along, turning
the matter over iu ihl mind, ho saw
several Ihorsemen uu bluo juuI yollow
como tearing down tbo road. They rein
ed in when thoy caino up with' him and
oponod aivolloy of qotMtiotis.
"8ayboy, did you -wo r woman with
striped, dress and gogglea.go by?"
" N Alloug logged, wviud'bugtod crlt-
" 'N nrjolo rnttllu (boggy."
"WhntrtVy' want wilhhor:"
"Novcr laiiud that. Havo .you seen
"Waal, mover mind iwhother llihave
or not. GHrtiup, Toml"
This brought tho qnotftionor'to:terras.
"Aro yo a Confedocoto boy?"
"Don't Iilivo in Touikmsoo?"
"Isupposs thnttuoanu you arc Coo
(federate Wo'vo no tlum to lose. .Tho
woman in ithnt buggy isIs"- Ho
was coujuriag up n story tO'docoivotlw
tnpid looking boy Iniforo blui and get
tho required linforuiatiou, but bo was
.'not good at inventions. Jakticamo,to
"Wonted bytyou uus' gotioral.or colo-i
nol or somep'X:!" I
"Yes." . J
"Fo' ter ketjp liar outon danger .coz'
.tfiho'a iiko nuff Mr ruu inter u guerrilla
Tho mau lodked woodoringly At tho
'boy, who was making a stary for Julm
"Y-o-s, " he rpllod, uncertain what
".Waal, she's gono along thar. Whnn
ry' git ter th' foikiin th' road, take Uk
' left fork."
. "AU right. Thauku, my littlo man."
uad tho party gallopod away to take the
-wrong rotul on reaching tho fork.
Jak pursued hUi.GOurso meditatire-
"Reckon that warn't me done thet,
tit must 'a' bou soiu uu olso. I air a
Union bey, lair. She vn's Confederate
pCiiko uutl Homo uu got s'piciou o' her.
IjtookoH'I can't bo Uuioii cf I helped her
vrnt Waul, alio likox ttouri anyway.
Beckon she won't do ua Jiarm."
Notwithstanding the 'jow taken at
Hbo closo of Jakoy'rt soliloquy, ho folt
'.verj much dissatisfied with himself. He
(rodo on thoughtfully, wondering what
KJolonol Mayuard would sy:if ho should
know what he had doue. Ho soon met
l aoldXor on n lame horso. Jnkey infer
red that ho belonged to the party ahead,
tint had boon obliged to drop, out of tho
"Say, .mister, ".called tho be, -"what
them uua chasin tket woman ia the bug
"Pld you pass Ikv."
"I'ut 'cm on the track?"
j"SImi tried to Blip through the lines
n a forgod pass. Tito guard was suipl-
clous iwid took tho pas to lieadquarters
after letting her go thorugh, though,
liko n fool when tho trick was diseov-
. ured. "
"Wnal, rockon they'll Lttch hor,"
and Jakoy rjdo on.
As tho dusk of tho oveuiug wos com
lug on Tom was seen by Former Slack
far down tho etroot advancing at a jog
"" mm on nun juL'OV. bobhinu
Hlld down. h! nllii'j ct..r.l. n..t. ... .,i.
Diapnurt his llttlo leainton.pbtuso uu -
WW K f
glo-wlih tho rost of Ills body. Rfding
up tto 'tho llttlo porch in front of the
houso, Dnkey slid down from Tom's high
baoknvithas much dignity as ho could
command on doscouding from such a
hoight. Tho whole household, including
thomhildrcn, wan there to receive him,
and-ilukey was about to glvo them an
account of how ho had served on Colo
nol ."Mayimrd's staff when ho caught hln
father 'H' eye.
"Y;,.Jako," said Mr. Slack, "didn't
I sendy' out tor th barn ter look artor
tho'Crittcm last night, 'n now yor been
ridiu nil over, nobody knows whar?
Whar y' ben?"
"Waal," said Jakoy, taking his cuo
roadily, "J fonn Tom looso, 'n I foller
ed him nil ovor th' United States."
"I'm glad y' got bim," roplicd tho
father. "Go in 'n git yor supper. "
OI.I) FRIBNOB MKET.
It-wan tho middlo of August before
tho xllfforont columns of the Army of
tho Cumberland began 'to crotw the
mountains botweon it and Chattanooga
in pursuit of tho Confcdorntos who hod
withdrawn to that placo and thoro in
trenohod :thomsolves. Moanwhilo tho
Slack family had arrived at thoir homo
near Jasper, iu tho Sequatchie valley.
Much to Sourl's surprise, everything
about tho placo looked uncouth. When
sho loft it a year before, it was all she
had ovor known. A tou months' rcBi
doncoiu thejiorth, Hurroundod by every
comfort, .nsHociating with tho daughters
of refined pooplo, hud mado a groat
change iu bcr. Now tho ,f urnlturo ap
peared .dilapidated, tho rag carpotn
rough. Indeed -thoro wan a disappoint
mout about "swoot bouio" (that sho had
not oxpeotod. Novertholcsa she did not
It down and ropluo ovor it Sho had no
means -of procuring anything bettorbut
sho found that she could do a great deal
of patching. With considerable fore
thouglit nho had brought somo cheap
material of different kindu with her,
from the north, nud thin sho usod to tho
best advantage She made noat vnlancos
for tho bodn, cushions for her mother's
rooking choir, scarfs for tho bureaus
in foot, with Tery little flho-mado quite
a revolution in the house.
Her great anxiety was her 'brother.
Jakoy had attended woll to bis studio
while at school, but his teachers had
found it impossible to change his moth
ods of expressing himsolf. As soon as
ho reached Tennessee ho began to rolapse
into tho state of semibarbarismin which
ho had lived before the coining of his
advantages. Souri know that thoro was
nohopo for improvement in hor father
and mothor. Instead of troubling them
when their ways of acting and speaking
shacked hor, sho refrained from com
mout, but when Jakey dropped into his
old ways she tried hard to check .him.
Besides she folt that it was necessary to
keep a strict guard over herself, -for sho
had noticed tliot when under any ex
citement or when her feelings were- deep
ly touched sue was apt to forgot horself
and bo onco more the "poor whito" girl
of former days.
Thoro wos another cause of Rollcltudo
as to Jakoy. It must be admitted, not
withstanding Jakey'u good points and a
certain original shrewdness there was
.about him, that he uovcr -was tho somo
boy after his few hours of service on
tColonel Maynard'a staff. It was con
stantly "when I war Colonel Mayimrd's
ald-der-camp, " or "when tho colonel
In me rodo tutor Tullyhomy, "or "when
I carried tho uows of the revaluation. "
(Then ho would strut about with his
.hands in his pockets, much to his fa
ther's amusomeut and Souri 'a dread that
he would run away and join tho Union
army. But one day whon he threatened
to'.flo so Souri took him to task for it
And i'jnado him promise that ho would
aot. This ended her anxiety, for Jakoy
would as soon havo forgotten his mili
tary .honors as break a plcdgo to his sis
ter. The Army of tho Cumberland was
now advancing by overy posstblo routo
toward Chattanooga. Ouo of tho routes
taken by tho Union army lay through
tho Sequatchlo valley and diroctly past
the Slacks' llttlo farm. Olio ovening
Souri was leaning ovor tho goto thought
fully when sho saw sovcral mounted
men iu blue, with yollow facings, trot
ting down the road. Thoy woro tho first
bluecostn to appear of tho host that was
coming. Thoro is a certain jaunty air,
a devil may caro appearance, ntiont a
trooper who becomes used to lioiug al
ways on horoback. Eaoh man ami horno
6eomod tho Hamo animal. Their sabers
clanked in uulson, and thoy woro chat
ting mid laughing oh if thoy had come
to tho south with ouly tho most peaco
ful intentions. Whon thoy rcachod tho
goto where Souri stood, one of thorn,
lifting his hat politoly, asked:
"Would yo mind mo goin to tho woll
for a llttlo water?"
In tho brilliant display that was ro-
vealed by tho lifting of the nian'B hot
Souri recognized o hood sho could never
forgot tho head of Corporal Ratigan.
"Why," sho said, "uin't you Corpo
"I mil, mo young lady, nud if Oi'm
not mistaken yo'ro ouo of tho party that
won goin through tho Hues ouo day n
fow weeks ngo. "
Jakey at thin moment enmo Around
tho houso iu o fashion at which ho had
become expert tit school. This was turn
. in lmiwlmiriii"'t ulilruvuvn liko n pixrt.
1 wheel. Seeing tho soldiers, ho euddonh
remembered his dignity as former vol
unteer aid-de-camp, and straightening
up pulled his hat down over tho back
of his head and triod to look military.
Truo, his hair wan in his eyes, but his
military training had only boon for ono
morning, and Jakoy's hair was always
in hin eyes. Doubtless it would havo re
quired months of training from a drill
aergoant to got it to growing any other
way. Approaching tho fence, he climb
ed it and sat with ono leg on each side"
"Do yo know me, mo boy?" asked
"Doos I know one o' them signal
lights on th' mounting?"
"Oh, Jakoy I" sighod his sister.
"Woll, mo lad," pursued tho corpo
ral, laughing, "who am I?"
"I boo yo havo a good memory. Rats.
It's quaro yo should havo romembered
that. " And tho corporal chuckled good
"Mobbo y' romomber somo un's
"And who is that?"
"Certainly I do," said the corporal,
Bomowhat startled and confused.
"I sor hor t'othor day."
"Yo don't mean it?"
"Reckon I do."
"Sho war n-trottin thot ole critter o'
horn, goin no'tli liko shot from a squir
"Upon mo word!" ejaculated tho cor
poral, evidently much interested.
"Reckon sho war up ter somop'n."
"What makes yo think so?" And
Ratigau changed his position in his sod
"Waal, whon wo mm mot hor"
"Oh, .Tokay, please don't say wo uus,"
"Wool, whon wo met her outon th'
roach o' you unn (Souri govo a despair
ing look, but said nothing) sho talked
peart nuff, 'n sho kuowod mo, too, but
when sho passed rao on th' road t'othor
day no'th o' th' Union army sho only
starod at mo through her gogglo eyes 'u
didn't say nothin nohow. " j
"And what do yo supposo that was
"Reckon sho war in a hurry 'bout
ifomnp'n 'n dbln't. want tor Ktop 'n talk
"J.ECJC02V THEM UNS
"Did you spook to her?"
"I askod her ef I o'dgivo her lovo ter
Bats when I sor him. "
Corporal Rathjan's Irish good naturo
triumphed ovcrihin desire to reach dowu
and givo tho boy. a cuff. Jakoy's coun
tonanco was solemn, as usual, and did
not break into a .sniilo in response to
tho corporal's embarrassed laugh. He
openod tho goto, and Ratlgan rodo into
-tho yard, followed by his troopers.
Thoy refreshed thomt elves from a gourd
which hung in 'the wellhouso; thou,
Ailing their canteens, thoy rodo away.
But Souri and Jakey woro destined
soon to moot ono who was of far more
consoquonoo to both than Corporal Rat
igan. Tho next morning whilo Souri
was sotting the house to rights she hoard
tho beating of innumerable horses' hoofs.
Going to tho window and looking up
tho rood which strotched northward for
a long dlstanco, in full view she saw a
column of cavalry approaching.
Before tho head of tho column had
reached tho houso the wholo Slack fam
ily woro etandiug in the yard gaping.
Two reglmonts passed, though eaoh
seemed liko an army, for cavalry occu
pies throo or four tlmos tho space of in
fantry. Botweon the second and third
regiments was a gap of a fow hundred
yards. In this rodo an officer especially
uoticcablo for his youth aud manly
beauty, atteudod by his staff and es
cort. On approaching tho Slook cabin
he motioned to theso to go on, and
wheeling his horso from tho road unat
tended rodo up to tho party of lookers
on. Jakoy, who was standing on tho
fenco, govo a curing aud was caught lu
"Aha, littlobrothor, wo meet again."
But thoro woro otliors to eugago tho
speaker's attention. Dropping tho boy
to tho ground, ho dismounted and was
soon warmly shaking all by tho hand.
"Yor Mark Malono, I reckon," said
Farmer Slack, "though y' don't look
much liko tho common sojor oz keni
long hyar a year ago 'n changed yor
uniform fo' our Houcry's store olothos. "
"Not Mark Malono that wos u ficti
tious iiamo but Mark Mayiiard. No,
I'm not a privoto any longer. I com
mand this brigado. Aud it's o sploudid
body of moii. I'm proud of it. "
When Colonel Mayiiard camo to sa
lute Souri, thoro was on unspeakable
intorest, sympathy, oven tenderness, lu
her expressive eyes.
"Why, Souri, you'ro a woman. How
yon havo improved!"
I A slight Hush on her cheeks showed
tllt' PjMwfi tho words jovo her,
"Hain't I improved?" askod Jakoy.
"Improved? Certainly. Have you con
quered your old habit of nnsworing poo
plo with questions?"
"Did I HokJoliuny? Oh, yes," sud
denly recollecting himsolf. "I purty
nigh got over thet. "
"So I percoivo," said tho colonel,!
smiling. "You'roa perfect paragon at
expressing yrnrsolf. "
"Won't ycr como iu 'n sot down?"
asked Mrs. Slack.
"Not now. I am going to moot my
wife, whom I havo not Keen for nearly
yoar. I expect to find her at hor moth
er's plantation near Chattanooga. You
romomber how sho hid mo whon my
neck wan in n halter on that very plan
tation; how I camo north iu disguiso
with her; how I camo hero ouo night,
wlioro I had loft my horso and uniform,
and dashed awoy to tho Union linos;
how sho followod mo, mid wo wero mar
ried by a chaplain. Well, I'vo nevor
Boon her sinco a wook after our marriage.
Old Pap is famous for not allowing
women in camp, mid ho modo no excep
tion in Mrs. Mayimrd's coso except for
ouo week's honeymoon in recognition of
Bcrvlco rendered tho cause."
"And yer wlfo's gouo back outer the
plantation?" sold Mrs. Slack.
"Sho ban. You boo, iu Juno n recruit
cutorod our family quarters inthushapo
of a ton pounder boy. Before that hap
pened Mrs. Mayiiard wont through tho
lines to join her mothor, Mrs. Fain. As
tho youngster is not old enough to re
port to his father rIuco bin enlistment,
I supposo his father will hove to roport
"I reckon Mrs. Maynard'll bo right
glad to boo you, " remorkod Souri feel
ingly. "I shall certainly bo right glad to boo
hor. And that must nccouut for my
loaving you bo soon. I owo you nil a
great deal in this household, nud now
that our forcos occupy tho country, if
you rcquiro anything, lot mo know it
What con I do for you?"
Thoro was silouco for n few moments,
which wos broken by Mrs. Slock.
"Wool, now, colonel, d yo know I
hain't had o cup o' coffco fo' nigh ou
ter a year?"
You shall havo some as soon as I
renob mv cotinnlsxnrv. Anvthini
II EZ GOT IT DAD."
Souri frowned oven nt the request of
hor mother, and no ouo nainod auy oth
"Jokey," Bold tho colonel, "you
havou't forgotten how, when I wont
through hero a year ago, I asked you to
go with mo on my way to Chattanooga
to get information of tho movements of
tho Confederate army?"
"Hov I forgot whon I war yor aid-dor
camp? Oh, no, no, I hain't forgot" .
"Well, I hadn't much inducement to
offer you thon unless tho sharing of a
prison may bo called an inducement.
Now, if you will go along, I'll promiso
yon the best that Mrs. Maynard can
provide at the plantation. Will you go?' '
"Will I? Courso I will. Paw, can I
"Sartin, boy, " and tho farmer turnod
and went to tho barn.
"Won't you need a a luncheon?"
asked Souri, whose hesitation was an
effort to avoid the word "snack, " the
only name she had known for a cold
bito boforo she went north to sohooL
"Oh, no, " said tho colonol. "We shall
rldo directly to tho plantation. We'll
get plenty to eat whon we arrive. "
Moanwhilo Jakoy had followod his
father to tho barn. Mrs. Slack stepped
into tho houso to ranko up a bundlo for
tho boy. Maynard and Souri gaunt or cd
aimlessly iu tho yard. Prcsontly thoy
found thomsolvos at tho wellhouso.
Souri loaued ovor it and looked down
into tbo woll. Thoro was Bomothing
sho wanted to say, but found it difficult.
"I thank you very much for what
yon'vo dono for me," sho said.
"Why, Souri, what havo I dono for
you compared with what you did for
"Didn't you find mo a 'poor whlto'
girl a year ngo, and haven't you sont
mo to Echool, with Jnkoy, mid holped
mo to look into a world that would have
been always closod to mo oxcopt for
"Aud wouldn't my world havo boon
entiroly closed to mo oxcopt for you?" ,
Souri was silent.
"Souri, when you Bpcolc to mo of ob
ligation you romlud mo -how dtoply I
am obliged to you. When I wos impris
oned at Chattanooga, charged with be
ing o spy, tried, couviotcd anil about to
bo banged, you como and offootcd my es
cape Why, child, wero it not for you
my bones would this niinuto bo molder
iug in tho jailynrd nt Chattanooga."
"But Mrs. Maynard, hIio"
Souri paused. Sho was bending low
! over tho sido of tho wellhouso, her faco
in tho palms of hor hands, her elbows
resting on tho board besldo tho bucket,
and looking down as though Becking for
something in tho dark disk below.
"Sho completed what you began,"
tho colonol finished for her.
"It was more for her to do. 'Twasn't
noth anything for me. You uns you
wan Union, ami so wan I. Sho won Con
Thoro wan n dopth of feeling in Souri
which throw her off her guard mid mado
it difficult for her to odhero to her train
iug in expressing herself.
"Souri, I am indebted to two lovely
women for every breath I draw. You
opened my prison doors. Sho who is my
wifo concealed mo when I was hunted
for my lifo. Let un talk no more about
it Tho very mention of tho narrowness
of my escape given mo o choking sensa
tion about tho neck."
Jakoy como trotting out of tho barn
on Tom, tho rim of his folt hat flapping
up uud down at each step.
Tho fnrmor followed, nud Mrs. Slack
camo out witli Jnkoy's bundlo. Then
with n handshaking nil around, and n
"God bless you, my llttlo girl," from
Maynard to Souri, tho two started on
their way, not on foot, as on their for
mer journey, but each with n good
JAKEY GNTEKS TUB ARMY.
Tho two wnyforers started in tho di
rection tho cavalry had taken, but after
going a short dlstanco Colonel May
naid rolned iu bin horFo.
"Stopoblt, Madge, "ho said "I want
to consult my stuff ns to tho route."
Thon to his attendant, "Jakoy, I think
I know n shorter routo thou this."
"So do I."
"Tho ouo yon and I took whon we
went to Chattanooga boforo."
"Ter bring back information, " added
' ' We'll toko it again. It's off tho main
rood, and wo'U bo less liablo to bo mur
dered for our boots."
"Reckon," said Jakoy, wrinkling his
brow nud drawiug dowu tho comers of
his mouth with on intonsoly dolibcro
tlvo expression, on though, tho problem
having boen submitted to him, it behoov
ed him to consider it carefully.
Thoy rodo back past tho houso, mid
keeping on for about a milo turned into
a byway. Thin thoy followed till thoy
roachod tho Chattanooga road.
Colonel Maynard wos in tho most ex
uberant spirits. Ho hod turnod ovor tho
command of bin brigado for a day or
two to tho colonol next in rank to him
Bolf uud was on his way to join his young
wifo, from whom ho hod parted a week
aftor his marriage. Tho two aotod on
his spirits liko champagne Ho laughed
without having anything to laugh at;
ho bantered Jakey; ho talked lovingly
to his favorite horso, Madge, Iu short,
Colonol Maynard appeared just what he
was in years, llttlo more than a boy.
His Borvices as a scout had attraoted
the attention of tho army aud had led
tho gonorol for whom ho scouted to ad
vanco him. Ho had stoppod from the
ranks to a high position on the staff,
aud soon after, a cavalry rogiment boing
badly iu need of a lioutenant colonel,
the colonol being inefficient and somo
junior officer boing needed to practical
ly command, Maynard was placed in
tho position. When tho colonel of the
regiment was got rid of, Maynard was
mode oolonol. Soon after his command
was attached to a brigado wherein he
found himself tho ranking regimental
commander. This govo him tho com
mand of tho brigade
Ho outerod upon his dntiou with mis
givings. Ho know ho was woll fitted
for the duties of n scout, but doubted if
ho could command tho respect of 8,000
men. Besides ho know thero lurked
within him n spirit of antagonism to
conventional mothods; ho feared im
pulses that might wreck not only him
self, but his brigode perhaps a wholo
army. Truo, tliero won olton a kind ox
lllogltimato nobility about theso im
pulses, but it did not reudor thorn any
the less dangerous.
Ou hearing tho nows of his appoint
ment to tho command of a brigado ho
mounted his horso and dashed over to
tho headquarters of tho gonorol to whom
ho owed nearly all his advancement,
with a viow to protesting. On arriving
there ho stammered out reasons which
had no ooherenoe and was dismissed by
tho general with tbo remark that he
wan Buffering from an attack of ill tim
ed modesty, the general adding, "You
aro a born Boldior, Colonol Maynard,
and if tho war lasts long enough to givo
you ou opportunity you will reach a
highoroommoud than that of a brigade. "
(To bo contlnuod.)
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iiiiHk'iitloii Scents, ... .... .
Transient speciMs, paynble Invariably In aa
inure, per line in cents. . . . . ,.
All lemiliic notices In the nMureof ndvertlso
meiit nr pun, 0 cents per lino.
I.epl notices stlecHlinles.vli: for a square'
(un ilns ot Nonpareil or less,! first publication
yi.ui; for enrli Biihseiitient publication, per
square, l rents. .. ,
No "prrfvrrcd imlllnn" enntrnrts made.
All mutter to mime imbllciiilmi nmst be re
ceived nt this onicc not otter than ediiosdajr.
Advertisements cannot be ordered out lor
(ho current eek later than Thti's'liiy.
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
U. A. Iff. It, It. Time Table.
CC, I.ocal Pi eight, l.v 0 a.m. .
lo, rMtsrin-rr. " -:ifi " Ar 10:00 n. m
CI.Fas.PrelKiit. " 1:33 p.m." IsOOp.m,
14.', Mixed Traill, l.v l'J:30 a, hi. Ar 12:03 p. m
C3, Prist Prelht. l.v IIHBa. in. Ar 10:35 a. in
141. Mixed Twin, " I2:3i. in. " H33a.m
i IS, PnsseiiKur, " 8:40 p. in. " 8:30 p. m
Tlio O. K. Shop,
Red riouil, Nebraska.
I give my perconnl attention to my
patrotiti. First-clriBri shaving and hair
cnttitig n specialty.
4th Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebbabka.
First-class barbers nud first-olass work
guaranteed Give me a call
Will attend sates at reasonable flirures.
J II. SMITH,
KED CLOUD, - NEBRARKA,
I do a strictly farm insurance and invite
all to Bee, me.
QASE & MoNITT,
A TTORXEYS AT LAW,
Moon Bixmjk, . RED OLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
QR. J. S. KMIOH,
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
Over Tnylnr'a Furniture Store.
Kxtracts teeth without pain.
Crown mid liridun wnrlc x nrwplnltv
1'orcelaln Inlav. unit nil kin.u nt unM fl
Makes told and rubber platoaxtcomi)
All work iruaranteed to be flnt-clais,
I W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Red Cloud, . XcbruiKa.
Office, opposite. Vlrst National Hank.
U. .Kxamlnlni- mi won.
Chronic, ()l.n Imtnl li mall.
Herman Insurance Co , Preeport. Ill
Jtoyal iiisiiinnc-Co., Liverpool. Km:land.
Home tire Insurance Co., of Onmlia, Neur.
Phrrnlx Assurance Co. of ontou. V.uii.
n Manchester rlre AwturnncoCo ol r.nalami,
"rdluii Assurance Co., of lndnn, Etib.
SKV W1 ,,1w",!Jdi. of Iluriiniton, Iowa.
Office over Mizor'a Store.
Run Cloud, . Nmraska
fUUUHTIAN Church-Services Suudavatloao
p m. :3 p m una v ' 8 K Jo-rtoriiai
rjOMJKEGATIONAf. Ohurch-ServleM nt lo
am v Mv?1!? 7.:y Ji m Sunday -oh?at ,i
svenk-i. Iiv gnnni. .......... r f,c
TJTHKUAN Church-Kvery third Rnnrt.'."
-" morning at in o'clock. ' Bundiy
(JArilOUC Church-Services by appointment.
IJAPTIST Church-No recular service- Hnii'
CUdarvfrSun(lttV8ChooUt3l' m every Hon.
AOU W-fcuoa alternate Tuesday ovenlng7
BKdaynlRflht.r")"t!e Wo l6(" IQ VmnU
factors, first uni ii,i,.i "15'yr!,er ? Pro-
II. -, itltiu JDIllWin AT aih
I? hii Cloud Chapter Now n a m .. T
" Thursday evening. ' " A M alternate
CYdryNoKvetn'ir.m','lery "teruato Ttiur'
Ureter w. m. K,lnl"l ''ter full iuooii.-Mm.
Ilreer W. M.
AFAltY Sl'l'lm u. it uy, ...:. -
"- ers of Veterans Hon' 1, tvVvl M. LU DftuBh'
JI ",!lnV:i:Y BII,1' NoS5n:Tu7e
JJKTII0ni!T Church-Class Meetlni? at 10 at
first dCKir north of the, church. on-u?e-
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