The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 22, 1949
Page 15
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TUESDAY, MAKCH 22, 1949 BLTTHEVILL1 <ARK.) COURIER N1WS PAGE THlRTBIN , ? )UT OUR WAY By J. R. Willioms Our Boarding Hous« with Maj. Hoople D6UGHTRJL SCEKGTECJ BREEZE THE REALIST »»..... s-n. F AW .'We COMMD AX«W« OP THIS JDflMTeD, M*U>OO«- 5O6 DUMP AMD NO S»6»l Of- MN SOOP-«eP6UetiT WHKT A AVslA.V A F03TUf4t «J A OF Pl«O6.' TO 6UST DOT OF WARD II.' SEBhl A SOOP PKOOf- L«*t L«r AwalU Owner J GREENBURO, Pa. (XT.P.V—St. flair park attendant: found an |rti(iclal leg, complete with shoe nd lock, on the parlc lawn. The imtr can claim it it city hall. Political Announcements |»SBubJ«ct to Municipal Election April 5, 1MB For Mayor DOYLE HENDERSON E. R JACKSON By Bob MflW , HCA SltVKI. » F»r Alderman First Ward KALXIGH SYLVESTER JIMMXE SANDERS Second Ward WALTER O. DATES J. W. ADAMS Third Ward JEKNINOS BAILKY LOUIS O. NASH Fourth Ward (Two to be Elected) J. WILSON HENRY LESLIE MOORE TUB gTORYi J*h. He* Hln C«H»ver have folUwei i M»IT* rrefill Murdrl* at * desert r*Horl. Thrlr l«1*«1 i Mr. Trim, who WAX • reprcucntailTc ol firm. WA* • lajrerrd d lht> Con liver* find wHllet. The Irtfrrl »ed l» fee oth-|m*<* B.r. Th«* We know watches EXPERT Watch repair Propip 1 Servke All Work Reasonable Prites DHEIFllS I Meet Dreifus . . . Wear Diamunds IfMtt tl HtHFHIl, HHHIVItlt Ml BTUUUM Crappie or Catfish 24 HOURS DAILY Special Sunday Dinner 75c Simpson Cafe Ark-Mo Slate Line XXXIII "QOLMIGHTY," snfd Mr. Trim. Sin kept stroking his bald head with one soothing hand. His inert form had been clumsily redressed except tor pirate hat and coat, and she kneeled on the ground, holding the bruised head in her lap. John Henry sat morosely on the running board of th« gray sedan. 'I think he's feeling better," Sin whispered. Her husband didnt answer. A vision occupied his mind, a vision of John Henry Conover gripping the bars of a cell while Sin pleaded with a relentless Trim about three stories high. He had assaulted anc battered a guardian of the law and Ihe law provided for action. like his. "I wish'we had a drink of some thing," Sin said, watching the fac in her lap twitch. "I could use it," John Henr answered emphatically. "I meant for Mr. Trim. Sshhl think he's waking up." The pseudo tooth-paste repre sentative moaned again, stirrec and rocked his head _back an forth. John Henry leaned forward Trim's brown eyes, more, water than ever now, opened and clearei When he saw (he two faces hover ing over him, he tried to squin away. "It's all right, Mr. Trim," Si comforted him, her hands haldin his shoulders down. "Let me up, doggpnit!" h croaked and spit out a' mouthiu of sand. Sin obeyed hastily, pu ng her helpful hands behind her ack. Trim «at up quickly »nd en seized his head as if to keep from rolling off his shoulders. "Look/ 1 said John Henry. "I'll ime along quietly." • * • ^HIS was not the greeting Trim * had expected. He slid along the round • yard or two, fot to his iet, »nd said, "Huh?" warily. "IV* all right, Mr. Trim," Sin epeated. "Really we're not crimi- als. Now that we know 1 about you n th* FBI and everything." "Of course, it's out of the que*~ on to apologize. But if it'll make lings any better, I'm sorry, "hings Just got moving too last r us. H Mr. Trim wiped fine white dust rom his face and considered them irough narrowed eyes. He seemed aller. 'And when h« spoke, his oice had dropped a full octave, le said, unsmiling, "Well, you stumbled into everything else." "We didn't have any idea before we searched you," John Henry cx- )lained resignedly. "Your badge, mean.** He held out his wrists 'or the cuffs, "Here." "Uh-huh. Just who the devil did yon think I was?" "Well, I figured—" "No, Johnny," Sin spoke up Ve figured. Vou see, Mr. Trim, we thought you were this Jones that Barselou has—" 'Start from the beginning,*" Trim said wearily and sat down on the running board to hold his head. John Henry felt more and more like holding his too, as Sin explained t)?e tenuous reasoning that had led them to believe that Trim was the mysterious .Tones who was leagued against Barselou in the race for the galleon. It all sounded pretty thin now. "We thought we'd be smart and capture you first," Sin concluded. r PR!M showed no surprise at the - mention of the Queen or any- thing else. He Just »at there, his brown eyes as hard as marble*. "We're awfully sorry," Sin arid- ed weakly. "Does your head hurt much?" "Never mind ihnt," he salrt curtly, "I've hud worse days. You'v* seen th* papers. I suppose. Clayner's dead. Whoever killed him made oft with the route to the galleon." "We guessed that from the pencil," John Henry interposed. "And that means two people know how to get there n6w." He elaborated eagerly, as if he were turning state's evidence, telling Trim how they had bargained with Barsclon during the afternoon, lost overwhelmingly and escaped from the cellar with Faye Jordan/a help. "Gayner's murderer is headed for the 'Reina* right now. the smno as Barselou, That's for sure. We ght you had the combination. That's why we searched you. I'm sorry. 1 * Trim stood up and worked his shoulder muscles. "Where's the FRECKLES A HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL BLOS8EB W»tt'« W«U7J *£**>** •*»>"*0 toUNO MT "Why don't you learn that cross-hand* piec* by heart? H'l just the thing to put those show-offs in theii place «t the party tomorrow night!" J PUNT tvc eowes uxz AMD wt'u-Gtr 'RlSt'Il. LA'S 1'OP The Coincident By AL VERMEER rest of my clothes?" 'Tn the front seat," stiid Sin, getting out of his way, "We're awfully—** "I know," Trim snapped. He opened the car door and put on his coat. He donned the pirate hat at a rakish angle and jammed the wooden pistol back into Ms belt. Then he faced the fearful Conover. 1 ;. "Very well," he said, "we'll call it quits. You probably thought you were doing the best thing and you haven't exactly Rotten in the way—yet. Besides, a& the Bry-Ter Tooth-paste man,> ; ,I haven't been any great help to your vacation.** John Henry thought it wise to VOUR MOTHER FIKEO /OUP HAIR THE WAV RICHARD LIKES IT/ VOL) MEAN THE WAY I LIKE It, ANY DAV I'D GO TO THAT "TRQU&LE FOR A 6OV--- tSPECIAULY RICHARD.' .' WHERE ARE Wt GOING. PR1SGLLAT ton. IMI n NtA anvm.ihc VIC FLINT the Customers By MICHAEL O'MALLEY and RALPH LANK keep ; silent. . tooth-p'as'te'*rtiRn,M'eVe?" But. p f?in asked, .KyPPp'sed to be a Trim grimaced. ing his place for "Yes. I'm tak- while — a deal the Bureau cooked up so I'd have a good reason for wandering around town. As you've found out by now, Barsclou's got it pretty well seu f e<l up." "You're after Barselou?" John Henry burst out. (To Be Continued) It was my lirst dite with Libby Ltng since tty return from Paris. So I took h«r to the Club Ionic— which wa» l mistake. WAT 5 fO6 CHAN NIL A ROOKIE OH THE (OSCt • lift WASH TUBBS The.Liuly A^uin SCOTT ALLEY SIGN & NEON SERVICE • Better Signs • Better Service 808 North Franklin Phone 3203 IHE GRAMS (T UJ-:.VLTOI\S Phont 521 Phone 30751 Say << .... With Flowers I [ The Flower Shop Glencoc Hotel Bldg. <• Phone 4491 or 2747 Nu-Wa Offers You the Biggest Laundry Value! ROUGH DRY lAc ffi BUNDLE I v ALL FLAT WORK FINISHED WEARING APPAREL STARCHED Shirti Finiihtd 12c each Extra Fonts Finished 20c tach Extra Call 4474 -4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS , Six Service Trucks COTTON FARMERS f ' Chemically deliiited cotton seed germinate quicker, plant and plow the same week. Reduce chopping expense and produce more cotton per acre. STATE CERTIFIED VARIETIES AVAILABLE I), i P. L. No. II, per 50 Lb. Ba| |U.M U. * P. U No. 15, Per 30 Lb. Baf 10.00 Stoneville 2 B, Per 50 Lb. Bag 10.00 Sloneville 'I C. Per 50 Lb. Bag 10.00 Row den 41-B, Per 50 Lb. Baj 10.00 Half & Half (Hiljred). Per 50 Lb. Bag 1«.«0 Colter's 100 Wilt Resistant, Per 50 Lb. B»e 10.« Paula, Per M Lb. Raj 1».»0 Empire, Per 50 Lb. Bag H.W Come in and place four order or ret your supply today. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Phone 85* Blytheville. Ark. Phone 157 Branches: Leacrmlle, Ark.. HornersTille, M«. and Senath, Mo. AHfcR THE TRAIN RECKON WUR. DftD JUST CfMDNT weer us.cutw. kk|D «E HAD UO TO Lf T US KNOW. •CTIUI1V..-THEN THE &TMIOU CRIMP MELTS HNfH... THE TRAIN PDllS OUr, By LESLIE TURNER VOU-EE WI«HTV OUIET. rtOWEV. MAV»E HE Olir O' TOWN (VHP D1DUT GET '- -- ' WEll ELM OUT • \ j HAD TO KWOW IF GIG VUHTV 1 TO HIS HOUSE M|0-\ MtT HE El I'M SO SORRV, WttL! LOOK tWOfft I CATHV: WOlt'T tyU IET MEGWE S.TILL HEBE! THE A _.j vou A iif r? LRDV OU THE BUGS BUNNY Speaking of Tricks By FRED BARMAN. .STUDEBAKER, Here's Your Truck! m There's a new kind of Operating Economy in every m m »iie and wheelbasc of the New 1919 Studehaker • Trucks. Come by today and louk over our compictt ^ ' ^ m line of M9«rs. _ Chamblin Sales Co. "Your Friendly Sludebaker Dealer" Rallroid & Ash , Phone 'STUDEBAKER' VA MUSTA KNOW ED ) THIS IWKS COMISJ'.., ,XlS FOU BAKED CAKE... OOT OF THAT FR.OSTIN6.' I AIN'T I U<6 WALNUTS. TOO.' LOOK, PETUNIA.' i THIS TRICK. FROM A JUGGLER.' *s TRICK I LEWINED IT FROM TXE .CATCHER ON A. RA.SCBALL TEAM / ALLEY OOP Ready for the Coup By V. T. HAMLIN AN -&JR. BROTHER A -\\VILL BE CUTOH 6OUL- IN SffiKT.' \H\6 EAE ' * QUICK RK-SH J HE KNOW* AND WE'LL BE \ \\WATS UP.' \N THE THK3NE ROOM.' MILK AHEAD AND DEEP IN LEM. COP AND PRINCESS ZEE PLAN THEIR ATTACK ON THE PALACE. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES I'M rigors Crossed By EDGAR MARTIN VOOW. COT*. 19*f If HtA StUyKl

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