CAP’N JACK RIDES AGAIN - Captain Jack Loyd was billed as a premier soldier of fortune. His exploits had taken him from the Rio Grande to Alaska. It was said that Captain Jack beat sixty seven men to the draw. He claimed to have been a Texas Ranger and an Indian scout. Captain Jack also claimed to have been in the No. 10 Saloon in Deadwood, Dakota Territory, the night Wild Bill Hickok was killed. Captain Jack spent four days in Dublin during the second week of February, 1940. The climax of his visit was a special show at the Ritz Theatre at 212 W. Jackson Street where free autographed photos were given to the first two hundred kids. Dublin Courier Herald, Feb. 10, 1940, p. 6.