The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1950 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1950 JLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE 8ETTO OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Moj, Hoople i ^ ^^ WE'RE COMMtTT£Sr A.PPOIMT6D TO ELIMlMAie W S&SJiT.' I THINK HE'S \ FAKIMMT TO IMPRESSES/ \ •you KIMOW rr MAKES HIM.' 1 MAO WHEN WE FORGET ~O f PUT THE Lk3«T. PUJS BACK I WHEN we use THE J VACUUM CLEAN^.K. -X IN HERE/ -X DO WE GET 6OW& "SLEEP OR RfvP 6UT A LULLABY DIFFERENT f ROM A RIOT= HEROES ARE MAOe-NOf BORN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS—BY MERRILL BLOSSE1 Gone, but Not Forgotten Political Announcement The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July 25 and August 8 ^F rOR COUNTI JUDGE Roland Green FOK STATE REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Autry Re-election Past No. S , John *i. Cowan Kenneth S. Sulcer post No 2 -Albert A. Banks post'No. 2 E. O. "Gene" Fleeman (For re-ftlection Post No, «) W. P. Wells For SUte Senator W R. Nicholson J. Lee Bearden SHrTHFT AMI COLLECTOR Osee Nunnally Willism Berryman YOUR FRIENDLY MAGNOLIA DEALER , Shirley Hipp plrtc?.Phone ...4091 Residence Phone ....... 1*<V BlTthcville' - TI1K STOHYi Jo** mm J»mx S*mm, H. IX. mtrivf* mt Woll ***'»t. Monl., there U » • boollMC !• wMcfc J>M»cy Rhode-*, « cow**r. ahool* • B«M- to open a donlor Im rilve «»d while SHOE REPAIRING SAVES MONEY! Prompt Service ' Expert Workmanship killed « maa. After. I>u*ly l«v« Kit off*!* r» take" Do* to brral fact and Ike dot-tar (HI* ber (ki h;*i>ppne i d'* <» Interfere wl(h h ptHfift to practice !• tfc* K»*t- IV JTIT CARSON smiled at Doc and •^ her hand smoothed the RuUt lettering on his medical bag. "Then something happened," she repeated Doc's words in a low- toned voice. "It musl've been a girl." She made it sound like a fiat statement. Her gray eye: wached him flinch, v Then the girl named Kit Carson did a strange thing. She found a harness awl among the litter o odds and ends that cluttered th table. Sht scratched out the gi! lettering with almost savage hast until there was .nothing le.it of il And where the lettering had beei .she slowly and painstaking carvec with the pointed awl the word "LITTLE DOC" . "That's what Wolf Point wi (call you before the moon change*: You can mark the words of prophet—a she-prophet" ' She tossed the awl tin the fib! jand walked slowly over to wher [John Sand stood- Both her hand jreachcd out and she held his fao 'between them as she kissed hi; "Put on your hat and coat an rubbers and we'll eat. I'm due bac in the hotel kitchen to sta breakfast. The cook's in jail an I'm it. How do you like yoi, steak?** He helped her into the sadd •slicker and she pulled her h id own on her red head. M I'know only a greenhorn te derfoot asks questions. But w is the big cowboy 1 just patch lie put on his hat and looked ound for his mackintosh. "Oh, he's. Dusty Rhodes, m.cat- back fn a hammer lock and pulled him into the* cabin, snarling and kit-king. It was Ihe Uttle ex-jockey Toad. John Sand turned him loose and yanked him to his feet. Blood flowed from the doctor's nose and his brown eyes glinted. : • A knife suddenly appeared In Toad's hand when,he rushed. John eman.. Brands the Rocking R. i o has the idea I'm going to marry m—one of those gents that claims! hat he wants, and usually gels hat he goes after. The man he lied was a'tihhorn gambler called. laokjat'k Lambert." • Why the tears?" t asked Little oc. . . "Blackjack Lambert was a slimy UFtomer and a tinhorn sport like is cronie Toad, that he ran around ith." the girl said. *I cried be- ause Dusty Rhodes had no busi- ess gelling' his hands dirty with killing. But when that big cow- and gets an idea, there's no stop- ing him. lie's gotten the notion e had to protect me. You didn't peak out. of turn, John. Anything Ise you want to know?" "Dusty said to tell anybody who sked how 1 got hold of the cabin called the Whitehouse, that I was to tell them it was given to me >y one of the Johnson Boys, Who re the Johnson Boys?" John Sam Sand chopped down at his wast Ilh the Rat of his hand and The nife went spinning. The doctor destepped and his short uppercut aught Toad under the jaw and ted him up and off his feet and ridcd him art.his back. He lay read e^gled and his eyes rolled ack .until the whites showed like .rly'white marbles. John Sands stepped back, reathing hard through his nose, end forward and a tittle down, lowing the blood from his nos- xils:, "You sure pack a wallop, Doc/* iid Kit Carson. , John Sand wiped the blood from is nose with the back of his hand nd grinned. **I boxed a little In chool." Kit kept watching the rrfan on he floor. She had picked up the nife, a pearl-handleS knife with i four.-incb blade that sprang open when she pressed a button. H^H girl laughed. "Outlaws. It' na r me" used by any outlaw Vhen a train is held up or a ban! robbed or somebody gets killec and they don't know who did th. lotdups or killing, they lay th alame oh the' Johnson Boys There's -even a song about them They are the Paul Bunyons of th qow country." Kit stepped to the-door^ motion ing him to b silence. She slid th bar back cautiously arid pertet the door • inward. The shaft lamplight revealed a crouched flf ure, rain sodden, hat pulled down "Jump him, Liltle Doc. 1 * Without thinking, John -'San dove at the man, tackling him Ilk a football player. They (ought-de: perntely and for a few minut John Sand had his hands fu Then he got his arm hooked'urid the man's chin and he bent his ai "They're increasing the national debt by $15,000,000 a day—but why make me pay for it by cutting down my mail deliveries?*' ^ OHN SAND took hfe first good look at Toad when he moaned and sat up. He^saw the flat now, he wicked little pile eyes and In* :hin-lipped, wide, froglike mouth. "Just in case, you commence spreading a lot of filthy lies, Toad." said the girl. "I'm k*neptng tm~t plaything of yours. It'll come In ady when-- I'm sewing, to :rip out the basting. Or rt could be used to shed a little light on one or two stabbings that are still mystery to Constable Butch Bell, tf any gossip bounces back to mi You'd better get out now." After he .had gone, John Sand pulled on his'^ mackintosh; "EvI li.tt.le g£rrn. Isn't he?" He hesitated about 'calling her name. "Miss- ^Kit'a the name,*' she remind' him. "He's wicked as sin. I hope he hasn't spoiled your appetite.' '"1 like my steak rare, Kit," cakl Little Doc. (T« Be Conttmd) BIUGODWIN SPORTING GOODS Swim rrunks 2.U5. Tennis Ratj« ets Caps of all kinds Jimmie "H" Bouts $50 Baseball & Softball Uniforms, all prices, lettering All types Summer Alh- Icic Equipment. "II It's Sporting Goods, See Us." , 121 W Main Ph^ 6762 15%OFF On Your Qtleman FLOOR FURNACE If You Install It Before July 31st Do It Now! 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