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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1912)
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hoiiio. nnttiiitl llfo. mill thov o to hmnio.
hoopliiK In n spot oIomc to natiiio.
Hut there catno thn iluy, one yenr,
In nnrly April, whoti Dftln nt In an
pnsy chair on the porch, tiowltiK on
certain Hiiinll RiirmrntH, wlillo Day
llBht read nlond to her It wan In
tho nfternoon. ntul a ItrlRht Kitn was
HhlnltiK tlown on n world of now Kroen.
AloiiK Iho Irrigation chantiolH or tno
vegetahlo Kaitlcn wtrenniH or water
wero flowliiK. find now and again Day
llKht liroko olt from Ills reading lo run
out and change the flow or water
Alao, lie wan tcanliiKly InteroHlctl
tho certain Rtnall ganut'titH on which
Dede worked, while she was radiant
ly happy over them, though at limes,
when his tender fun whk too Insistent,
hhe was rosily confused or affection
ately resentful. It was a few minutes
later that Daylight, breaking off from
his reading to change tho Htrcams of
Irrigation, found that the water had
ceased (lowing, llo shouldered a pick
and shovel, took a hammer and a pipe
wrench from tho tool-house, and re
turned lo Dodo on the porch.
"I reckon I'll have to go down anil
dig tho plpo out," ho told her. "It's
that slide that's threatened all winter.
I guess Bile's como down at last,"
"Don't you read ahead, now." ho
warned, as ho passed around tho
houso and took the trail that led down
tho wall of tho canyon.
Halfway down tho trail, he came
upon tho fllldo. It was a small affair,
only a fow tons of enrth and cnmi
tiling rock: but. starting from fifty
feet nbovo, It had struck tho water
plpo with forco sufficient to break It
nt a connection. Hcforo proceeding
to work, ho glanced up tho path of
tho slide, nnd ho snw what made his
eyes startlo nnd cease for the mo
ment from questing farther.
"Hollo," he communed aloud, "look
His glance moved on up tho steep
broken surface, and across It from
sldo to side. Hero nnd there, In
places, small twisted mauznnltns wore
rooted precariously, but in tno main,
save for weeds and grass, that portion
of tho canyon was bare. Theto wero
signs of a surfaco that had shifted
oft on as the rain poured a flow of rich
eroded soil from above over tho Up of
"A truo fissure vein, or I never saw
one," ho proclaimed softly.
Dropping tho hammer and pipe
wrench, but retaining pick and Hhovel,
he climbed up tho slide to where a
vaguo lino of out-Jutting but mostly
poll-covered rock could bo seen, u
was all but Indiscernible but his prac
ticed oye had sketched tho hidden In
formation which It slgnlllcd. Hero
nnd there, along this wnll of tho vein,
ho attacked tho crumbling rock with
tho pick nnd shoveled tho encumber
ing soil nway. Several times ho ex
amined this rock. So soft was some
of It that ho could break It in his lin
gers. Shifting a dozen feet higher up,
ho again attacked with pick and
shovel. And this time, when ho rub
bed the soil from n chunk of rock and
looked, ho straightened up suddenly,
gnsping with delight. And then, like
a deer at n drinking pool In fear of Its
enemies, ho Hung a quick glance
around to seo If any oyo wero gazing
upon him. He grinned nt his own
foolishness and returned to his exami
nation of tho chunk. A slant of sun
light fell on It and It was nil aglltter
with tiny specks of unmlstakablo free
"From the grass toots down, he
muttered In an awostrlckcn voice, as
he swung his pick Into tho yielding
Sometimes he stnrted small slides
of earth that covered up his work anil
compelled him to dig again. Once
he was swept fifty feet down tho can-yon-slde:
but he floundered nnd scram
bled up again without pausing for
breath. He hit upon quartz that was
so rotten that It wan almost like clay,
and hero tho gold was richer than
ever. It was a veritable treasure
chamber. For a hundred feet up and
down he traced the walls of tho vein.
lie even climbed over tho canyon-lip
to look along the brow of tho hill for
signs of the outcrop. Hut that could
wait, ami he hurried back to his llnd.
llo lolled on In the same mad haste,
until exhaustion and an Intolerable
ache In his back compelled him to
pause. He straightened up with even
a tleher piece of gold-laden quartz.
Stopping, the sweat from his forehead
had fallen to tho ground. It now ran
Into his eyes, blinding lilm. He wiped
It from him with the back of his hand
and returned to a scrutiny of tho gold.
It would run thirty thousand to tho
ton. fifty thousand, anything ho knew
that. And as ho gazed upon tho yel
low lure, and panted for air. and
wiped tho sweat away, his quick vision
leaped and set to work. He saw tho
spur-traeK tnat must, run up mini i"
valley and across the upland pastures.
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bridge that would span tho canyon.
until It wns teal before his eyes.
Across tho canyon was the place for
the mill, and there he erected It: nnd
he erected, nlso. tho endless chain of
buckets, suspended from a cnblo nnd
operated by gravity, that would cross
tho canyon to tho quartz-crusher.
Likewise, tho whole mine grew before
hltu nnd beneath lilm tunnels, shafts,
and galleries, and hoisting plants. The
blasts of the miners were In his ears,
and from across the canyon ho could
hear the roar of the stamps. The
hand that held the lump of qunrtz
was trembling, and there was a tired,
nervous palpitation apparently In the
pit of his stomach. It canto to lilm
abruptly that what ho wanted was
a drink whisky, cocktails, anything, a
drink. And even then, with this new
hot yearning for tho alcohol upon
lilm. he heard, faint and fnr. drifting
down the green nhyss of the canyon,
Dede's voice, crying:
"Hero, chick, chick, chick, chick,
chick! Here, chick, chick, chick!"
He was astounded at the lapse of
time. She hnd loft her sowing on tho
porch and was feeding the chickens
preparatory to getting supper. Tho
afternoon wns gone. Ho could not
concolyo that ho had been away that
Again canio the call: "Here, chick,
chick, chick, chick, chick! Here, chick,
It was tho way she always called
first five, and then three llo had long
slnco noticed It. And from these
thoughts of her arose other thoughts
that caused a great fear slowly
to grow In his face. Kor It
seemed to hltn that he had almost lost
her. Not once hnd he thought of her
In those frenzied hours, and for that
much, at least, had sho truly been lost
to him. Ho dropped the piece of
quartz, slid down tho slide, nnd stnrt
ed up the trail, running heavily. At
tho edge of tho clearing ho ensed
down nnd almost crept to a point of
vantage whence ho could peer out,
himself unseen. Sho was feeding the
chickens, tossing to thorn handfuls of
grain and laughing at their antics.
Tho sight of her seemed to relieve
tho panic fear Into which he had been
flung, nnd ho turned and ran back
down the trail. Again he climbed the
slide, but this time ho climbed higher,
carrying the pick and shovel with
him. And agnln he tolled frenzledly.
but this time with a different purpose
llo worked artfully, loosing slide atter
slldo of tho red soil and sending It
streaming down nnd covering up all
ho had uncovered, hiding from tho
light of day the treasure ho had dis
covered. Ho even went Into the woods
and scooped nrmfuls of last year's
fallen leaves, which ho scattered over
tho slide. Uut this he gave up as n
vain task, nnd ho sent more slides of
soil down upon tho scene of his labor.
until no sign remained of tho out-Jutting
walls of tho vein. Next ho re
paired tho broken plpo, gathered his
tools together, nnd started up tho
trail. He walked slowly, fooling a
great weariness, as of a man who lurd
passed through n frightful crisis. Ho
put tho tools away, took a great drink
of the water that agnln flowed through
the pIpeB, nnd sat down on tho bench
by tho open kitchen door. Dodo was
Inside, preparing supper, and tho
sound of her footsteps gave htm a
He breathed tho balmy mountain air
In great gulps, like a diver fresh-risen
from tho sea. And, as ho drank In
the air, ho gazed with all his eyes at
the clouds and sky and valley, as if
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ANNUAL FADS IN PHOTOGRAPHY
Innovation of Having One's Likeness.
Taken In Bed Probably Revival
of Style Century Ago.
Paris, Franco. Yet they comol
What? Why, tho photographic fads.
Ono scasoti everybody Is photograph
ed with n baby. Another, It's dogs.
I-nst year pliotograplmblo folk wero
prono to stand before windows Into
which the light Bt reamed, and, In
deed, that fascinating fad holds yet.
Minor tendencies, such ns bnck views,
prolllo views, or full face, como and
go. Naturally photographing people
divides itself Into two sorts; those
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he were drinking In that, too, along
with the nlr.
Dede did not know he had como
back, nnd nt times he turned his head
nnd stole glances In at her at her
efficient hands, at the bronze of her
brown hair that smouldered with flro
when she crossed the path of sunshine
that streamed through tho window, at
tho promlso or her llguro that shot
through him a pang most strangely
sweet and sweetly dear. He heard
her approaching tho door, and kept
his head turned resolutely toward tho
valley. And next, ho thrilled, as he
hnd always thrilled, when he felt the
caressing gentleness of her fingers
through his hair.
"I didn't know you were back," she
said. "Wiib It serious?"
"Pretty bad, that slide," he answer
ed, still gazing nway and thrilling to
her touch. "More serious than I reck
oned. Hut I've got tho plnn. Do you
know what I'm going to do? I'm go
ing to plant eucalyptus all over It.
They'll hold It. I'll plant them thick
as grass, so that even a hungry rab
bit cant squeeze ueiween mem; nun
when they got their roots ngnlng,
nothing In creation will ever move
that dirt again.'
"Why, Is It ns bad ns that?'
Ho shook his head.
"Nothing exciting. Hut I'd sure like
to seo any blamed old slide get the
best of me. that's all. I'm going to
seal that slide down so that It'll stay
there for a million years. And when
tho last trump sounds, nnd Sonoma
Mountain and nil the other mountains
pass Into nothingness, that old slldo
will be still n-Htandlng there, held
up by the roots."
llo passed his ami around her mid
pulled her down on Ills knees.
"Say, llttlo woman, you sure miss a
lot by living hero on tho ranch
music, nnd theaters, nnd such things.
Don't you ever hnvo a hankering to
drop It all and go back?"
So great was his anxiety that ho
dared not look nt her, and when stio
laughed nnd-shook hor head he was
awaro of n great relief. Also, ho noted
tho undlmlnshod youth that rang
through that same old-tlmo boyish
laugh of hers.
"Say," ho snld, with suddon fierce
ness, "don't you go fooling around that
slide until after I getvtho trees In nnd
rooted. It's mighty dnngerous, nnd 1
suro can't afford to lose you now."
Ho drew her lips to his and kissed
her hungrily and passlonntely.
"What a lover!" sho Bald; and pride
In him nnd in her own womanhood
was In her voice.
"Look nt that, Dede." Ho removed
one encircling arm nnd swept it in a
wide gesture ovor tho valley nnd the
mountains beyond. "Tho Valley of the
Moon a good name, a good nntne.
Do you know, when I look out over It
all, and think of you nnd of nil it
menus, It kind of makes mo ncho In
tho throat, nnd I hnvo things In my
heart I can't find tho words to say,
nnd 1 hnvo a feeling that 1 can almost
understand Hrownlng nnd those other
high-flying poet-fellows. Look at Hood
Mountain ther Just where the sun's
striking. It was down In that crease
that we found tho spring."
"And that was the night you didn't
milk the cows till ten o'clock," she
laughed. "And if you keep me hero
much longer, supper won't be any
earlier than It was that night."
lloth rose from the bench, and Day
light caught up the milk-pull from tho
nail by tho door. Ho paused a mo
ment longer to look out over the val
ley. "It's sure grand." he said.
"It's sure grand," she echoed, laugh
ing joyously at him and with him nnd
herself and all the world, ns sho
passed In through the door.
And Daylight, like the old man he
once had met. himself went down the
hill through the fires of sunset with a
mllkpnll on his arm.
Photographed In Bed.
who desire a sensible, ordinary like
ness and those who, being photo
graphed often, go In for more or less
fancy effects, that Is, follow tho fad
of the day, and, mayhap, go in for
Tho latest fad is to bo "taken" In
It began a year ago In Paris, several
scenes In successful plays showing
the heroine, fctchlngly gotten up. on
her couch. Or, it muy bo :i revival
dating from a century ngo, when
French beauties, having been powdered
curled and bed-jacketed within an
inch of their lives, received their
friends and posed and flirted to their
hearts' content In a day when man
ners were at their zenith, and the per
fect courtier was tho hero among
Wo shall hardly take to receiving In
bed. One very good reason Is that
most of the men nro engaged in tho
morning, either professionally or In
business. Another 1b that the girl of
today Is n doer rnther than a poser.
Happily, Bhe prefers to be up and do
ing, golfing, motoring or working for
Eomc cause, rather than languidly pos
ing in silks and laces, while her
friends como in and pay sentimental
compliments. But even this will not
prevent femininity from tnkltig a lit
tle flyer thitherward, and being photo
graphed In her most fascinating noc
IS DEAN OF ALL INDIANS
Sitting Elk, Mighty Warrior Who
Never Killed White Man, Is Old
Oldest of all Indians In tho United
States. Sitting Elk, former chler of the
Ogallalla Sioux. Is visiting In Denver,
the guest of tho whlto man, against
whom ho always refused to make
For almost a century he has been a
leader among his people, but. wiser
than other chiefs, ho enrly renllzuu
that tho red mnn was doomed nnd at
every opportunity ho counseled peace
with tho pnlefaces.
He could well afford to do so, for his
peoplo knew ho was no coward.
"1 hnvo never killed a white man,"
ho proudly boasts, "but I have lought
many bnttles, and I hnvo done many
bruvo deeds In my long life of ninety
six years. I wns but seventeen when
1 wuylald nnd killed my first enemy.
That wns a very brnvo deed, Slnco
then 1 hnvo killed many, many ene
mies." Sitting Hlk Is a total abstainer. Mo
smokes cigarettes, but Insists ho hns
noue of tho other bad hnblts ot tho
whlto man. He Is childless, tho Inst ot
his line, but ho expects to llvo for
many yonrs more to be hnlo and
hearry long nftcr ho has passed tno
Sitting 121k moves tall and stately
among his kinsmen, nnd puffs his pipe
with a cnmnlncency unruffled by
thoughts of any Immcdlato journey to
tho happy hunting groundH.
Bright of eye, keen of mina, tne om
warrior dons paint and feathers for
bis nppenrance with tho younger
members of his tribe in the headlong
dashes across tho amphitheater at tho
stock yards, and rides with an aban
don which defies tho spectntor to sin
gle him from tho reckless redskins
who hnvo but one-jourm ms years iu
"It's so quiet hore," wrote n man
who was rusticating In the country,
"that 1 He and listen to tho bed tick
TRIBE HAS ADOPTION DANCE
Writer Telle of Curious Ceremonial ot
Taking a Child Into Shawnee
New York. The ndoption danco lb
ono of the ceremonial dancoa of tho
Shawnees. This Is quite different from
any one or the festlvo dances. They
come mnny miles around and camp;
their faces aro painted and their per
sons are decorated with beads.
They danco all day and night with
out eating. A bonfire 1b built In the
center of the camp and thoy dance
around this. Tho fire Is kept burning
about tho same all tho time. This
serves also as their light.
Tho adoption danco Is rather quiet,
moro bo than tho other dances. Tho
women do most of tho singing, says a
writer in the Red Mnn, and sing very
low. They dnnco around in a circle
in twos. Tho men danco together
In front, and tho women together In
The two leaders in front are usually
tho ones who aro adopting tho child.
They carry tin pails; In thoso nro rub
ber balls, which bounce and keep time
with tho drummers. This Is all tho
music thoy have to dnnco by. If a
largo crowd Is assembled they may
have two or three drums.
At these dances ood order Is kept.
N'o drunkenness Is allowed. The danco
Is In a grove, and If ono does not be
have decently they tlo him to a tree
for tho rest of the dnnco. Aftor tho
dnnco they hnvo a groat feast which
lasts all day, and visitors, and all oth
ers who attend the dauce, uro invited
to partake of the feast.
Prince Recites Shakespeare.
Ijondon, In the hope ot making t
good public speaker out of bis holr,
King George has ordered the prince of
Wales to rectto portions ot Shako
6pearo's plays to his mother.
Operate Twice on Girl.
Baltimore, Md. Elizabeth Quinn,
aged 18 months, has undergone two op
erations fcr appendicitis during tho
last six days,
Auctions His Mustache.
Murrnyvlllo, 111. Georgo McAllis
ter sacrificed Ills long, silky mustache
for ten dollars, auctioning It to tho
highest bidder to boost tho building
fund of the local Methodist church.
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arrvlco cost yim tin uiuru
than Iho pourrnU Thpru'a
rirntlt. M'cnrltr anil tlf an
ion In Unlnii hulni'a with
7..H. HUANHONi U HlMk
a4 Heal tilili AMilMr, lit
TaartKaptrUat. USCOU, UA
WHAT THE EXPERT FOUND
AT SAN BENITO, TEXAS
Th f rwlirht baslneaa ut San llf-nlto fur tho iiajil year
Manlhnlurgotipf uny tiii,iili1iiriioMf,(inllioKrlci
Line. urnHli of Houston, ai jimtliiK u S"10,000.
Han llnnlto shipped tho Inmi'st nmnunr of cam ut
ireiKiii una in i-vcry puuii u utiviriopiutiiii. but-
PinMdovtrT!"noiuo rrmruiiniiroituin iciai.
rtiinUontul pi-rfortuancoiiicuneTiirrtblnii tu jou.
Mr. Mull with tho muney. If you want to bnjr unit
on Iho urn-1 iip-tu-tbo-immitx" land proportion In
Tkx.. writi'ttntuT fnroiir booklet "rw.." Obuy thui
lUipUlMJ. Paj MtllUallJtu.,llS.Ulk, Ut.li,S,k,
(situated In beautiful rnldpni-mutnirli of Lincoln,
lies l of earn for MrUHOAl, (ill hUlUlIUAI.cui,..
FUIX OOlll'M Ol" NUH-iKH mid uhyxIclanK In ul
tondunoo, Kor full Information, (miiilre II. 1 1. Haw
jvr, iL li, t'iaralcltiu In charge, Uucutu, Nounukai.
CjretCVaM.'iaw.o -jtw-wr'n-i frmup?jnartmry
t?ftS.,rnna !.; irarriwi-yy.S2iaSSS
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