The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1949 · Page 11
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople THAT'S I/ I GU6S* THE BULL \ WHAT X OF THE WOODS I THEY CALL \ MUST OF TOOK / ETHICS-- I ONE OF'EM TOO \ 1OU DONT \ FAR ASIDE TO TELL \ &O OVER. V HIM AW ~fKf FOttE- OM THOSE TILL I CALL HAP/ HAVE HIM SETtMUP «JT WATT.' HAVE HIM 6ET IK PETAH. DRAWING — MOOPL* MAUXXZ.'— - rr's 3VOJE VOTB —-DID A PlAlOO FALL OM VOO ? — NlOT MUCH TO If- t HftfJe SEEM FACMI4G OF — H*K-K*kFF.'— -X SCtM. THE FOREMAN'S HEAP »AAM FORGOT UIHAf HE W»STDTCLU TH' GUY BEFOBE M6 GOT TO HIM.' VOX) HAMEtfT LO&T AhN TERRITOCV AROUND YOUR EQUATOR ,' IH A SHSOUD OF M6LAUCKOCV.' ATHER-WL FIX THAT, THC LIELITENAMT White-tailed d*« alien develop liking for fish. Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasowbo L SWIFTS PREMIUM V*4 BRANDED BEEF W« Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries W» Deliver Phon* 2043 Plenty of Parking Space CLIPPED ANGEL 1949, NEA SERVICE, INC. By Owe Grierson Cornish THK KTllHVi Xlkr McTalx. • ••'•IMF «>»ffl»«>«>r, wh* !• trlllKJt «BCB1l«» till W M«< Cory I'.r-fll, WBBtlfol «H4 hl|ch-«vlri<«d dnwicb- l*r ol rkr lair P»rl»*l)*^ ParvrM, mm *|rf frirnA «*< flikr'a. Par»*ll'» Mlar. *«r Dark: .AHK»!, wklrh C«ry - GOOD FOOD- DRIVE TO SIMPSON'S CAFE trk-Mo State Line A Cool Place to Eat | Sunday Special from 1 to 3 Crappie Fish Fried Chicken Dinner 75c » - We Never Close • service - - - That'* Our Motto! W« »part oo «Huil lo provldlnj tn BXTRA tverydav prescription tertlc* which meant extra convenience to rou Fee) free to cau on us at an} time Prompt de- UTMT Jerrice Phon* SOT WOODS DRUG STORE ••••••••^^^•••^M^MMWMMI^BI^^^^ PRESCRipflONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Price* tirby Drug Stores , Mlt* m+mmttm C"»ry, 1*kr« •(•»er. aM<l tli m mfr+f* • vrr tkf Mlxv, l>ark Ani • tlv»(rrf *• limtfTfll* M<v« • m<Ml<TH *«<«MUhMf » mr»i» "Uncle" Jake Wfe H mlmrtnt M«<t Hnvr U mill i*r«>Bd*Ht. Arrkl« Tra«lr. hi V JAKE WMINNAKER and Archie Trask Immched into the details of the Daric Angel mine. Although things f»ot technical, I most say Cory ParneH held h*r erxi tip well. There were few an pies she didn'1 fcnow about in the mill, and although I noticed that when I came to details of underground work she let Trask do all the talking, she knew what H was all about. There wasn't much to tell, bu what there was soon convinced me jthat though the words were different H was an old familiar tune The mine was playing out and the owner couldn't believe it. About an hour after we start« Trask excused himself and said he had to get back to the workings land shortly after that Uncle Jake jwas wanted over at the mill. j As soon as the door closed be '-. hind him I said, "Cor>% you'r [wasting time. You're looking for lore that isn't there." She broke out storm signals, " suppose when Dad was alive th' $15 ore we used to take out wasn' there either? Don't be an idiot'. "Look," I said, "whatever or you've got is being mined, an As soon as the door closed hrhinf) him I said. "Cory, you're wasting time. You're looking for ore that isn't there." whatever is mined is put through the mill. That's elementary/* « « * CHE said nothing, so I rubbed \ in. "There arc only two othe things that might happen: Firs your high-grade is being left side the mine—in which case any body would see it; and secom FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSEB An Accomplice oui high-grade—such as il is—is eing pinched to the hint of 20 »ns a day, and the idea of any- xxly walking out with that much fantastic.* 1 She was silent for a minute, then le said stiffly. "You go ahead 'ith your examination." "All right/* I said, "it's your money." "What there is of it." That brought me up jfhort. 1 ookcd at her for a minute. She as doodling on a pad of paper. Jollar sigrtA "It's none of my business, Cory," said gently, "b«t yo\rr dad supposed to have stashed away iree or four millions." She looked up from the doodles. Doug Weyman said last week some lawyer submitted an offer of 25,000 (or the mine, providing we threw m the mill." "Did he tell him to >wnp m the ake?" She shook her head. 'If you an't help me I'll tell Doug to go ahead and accept it. At least it would give us enough to pay your ee and the men's wages." "What happened?" I said. "You know how Dad used to ovc it when the papers called him a mining magnate?" "Yeah." "Well, he thought it would be nice if he was .in oil magnate, too." 'That was kind of tough/' I said slowly. "I'm broke," she said. • * • IlE looked up with a smile. "It doesn't make much difference lo me—4}ut there are people like Uncle Jake, and some of the men with families who've been here for 17 years. Miners never seem to save much." I guess my face must have revealed how I felt about her just then, for suddenly she was strictly business. "Now, about these samplings . .,** <T« Be Continued) Auow Ut, TmnK ruT /MORE, i DONT MORE FAVOR TO OWE , / wEhe AU. SATISFACTION// SO CXSOUS ABOUTYOUO. KNOW/ VWUT WE'U. 00 Jl / I F we AOO TMR 6 s peer HeRE.THEKi-- Cm REGRETS,MAC*M, SOU i "You'll have to go to the store—that new family is | ooving in next door tomorrow, and I'm out of lots of i things they'll surely want to borrow!" FRAZIER BUS LINES Charter Service For Church Organizations, Baseball Clubs, etc. RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY DRS. NIES & NIES (All Types Excepi Cancer) Clinic 514 Main Mlythcvilk- Ark rh*nr Licensed & Insured Licensed & Insured for Your Protection Call for Our Schedule Phone 235)1 or 4152 Dine & Dance at THE SUPPER CLUB In South Osceola ORCHESTRA Every Friday Night O. C. St. Clalr Call 911 for Private, Parties SHEET METAL WORK ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway phone 2651 Rent a Camera for Color Pictures ^e MeaJ waj lo remember •pectmJ xeastom. A Is* ((her ilfft ft ealt- | «r»» f»r rent BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W Main PTMWH 3R41 NEED A TAXI? DIAL 968 BLYTHEVILLE CAB 501 E. MAIN Jafh O/.mcnt Richard Pueh .STUDEBAKER What's the Best Way To Buy a Truck? SEE JT . . . DRIVE IT ... PRICE IT J!>!S Studebaker 1-Ton Pickup 3917 Sludebaker 1-Ton Pickup 1917 Slmlclwker '/ 2 -Ton Pickup Ifl 16 Dodge 1'/j-Ton Call & Chassis HI 16 Chevrolet '/j-Ton Pickup 1912 Dodge '/i-Ton Pickup l!Mi Ford '/j-Tnn Pickup 1910 Chevrolet '/i-Ton Pickup. Chamblin Sales Co. 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