The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1954 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 10, 1954
Page 13
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FRIDAY, SEFTEMBM tt, BLTTHTfLLB GMMTT OWMBR PAGE THUtTEEH OUR BOARDING HOUSI - Mqjgt Ho+«4« OUT OUR WAY ELL, IF IT Ann A SMAftT WAV 100 JUKJ6LES AW OVER. SHEET < METAL ALPA HE'LL BE MAD AT WHEW/ BOTW . iM!N<5 6tASSeS AMD SPOOWS IT WASM'T f=0 BABY-TALK CAM PAY ME TiME AT YOUR FUTURE CONVCNIEUCE — 600D DAY/ so SWEET THANK YOU,MR. Teltviiion — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel S Friday, Night, Sept. 10 1° : «> 6:00 Wild Bill Hlcfcok 10 - 30 «:30 Life of Rlley 7:00 Big Story 11:00 7:30 Matt Clark. Ml 11:30 Detective 11:40 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 11:55 8:45 SportB Highlights 12:25 S:00 Loretta Young Show 9:30 News 9:45 Clete Eoberts 3:00 10:00 My Little MargU 3:30 10:30 News 4:30 10:40 Weath»r 5:30 10:45 Hollywood Morie (5:00 Theatre S :30 11:30 Sign Off 7:00 Saturday, September 14 9:15 Meditation 8:30 9:30 Smilin' Ed. 9:00 McConnell Him Fill Pride of the Southland Mr- Wizard Flicker Comic* Armchair Adventure This Land of Ours New York Yankees at Chicago White Sox Cowboy G-Men Super Circus Rough Riders Lone Ranger Mickey Roonaj Amateur Hour Saturday Night Revue Hit Par&dt Wrestling 10:00 News 9:00 10:15 Feature 9:30 11:30 Sign Off 10:00 WHBQ Cftlttntl It H-00 Friday, Night, Sept. 10 11:15 5:00 Mama 12:00 6:30 Topper , 1:00 7:00 Pepsi Playhouse 2:00 7:30 Our Mise Brooks 3:00 8:00 Viceroy Star Theatrt 4:00 8:30 TBA 5:30 9:00 The Goldbergs " 6:00 9:30Do You Know Why 7:00 9:35 Masquerade Party 7:30 10:05 Weather 8:00 10:10 News 8:30 10:20 Late Show 9:00 Saturday, September M 10:00 8:15 Tops 10:15 8:30 winky Dink and 10:20 You 10:30 Captain Midnight. Abbott & Costello Big Top > Barker Bill Western Theatre Western Theatre Western Theatre Western Theatre Western Theatre Early Show Beat the Clock Stage Show Two for the Money Favorite Husband That's My Boy Name's the Same Wrestling Big Playback Weather News Late Show EV THE PROBATE COURT FOE THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF No. 2218 CARLOS J. KEGLEY, DECEASED NOTICE Last Known Address Of The Decedent: Ash Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Death: December 12, 1953. Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of August, 1954, a., petition was filed by C. B. Klene, the administrator of the estate of Carlos J. Kegley, deceased, to determine the heirs of the decedent KILLER 99% Pure Sodium Chlorate 7001k || ^50 Drum - I ^ m Highway 61 at SUt* Line Phone OSborne 3-8414 and their respective interests in the estate or property of the deceased. Notice is also nereby given that on the 27th day of September, 1954, a hearing on said petition will be held in the Courtroom, Courthouse, Blytheville, Arkansas, at 9:30 o'clock a.m. to determine 'the heirs of this decedent and their respective interests in his estate and property. All persons having or claiming an interest in this estate or the property thereof must appear at thaL time, place and date set out herein and assert their claim. This notice first published on the 3rd day of September, 1954. C. B. KLENE, Administrator. Blytheville, Arkansas. 9/3-10-17 GUARD'S... Headquarters For All Your PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS • Cameras • Flash Attachments • Projectors • Film xxn T TLY LEEDS came out of her J - J office, looked at Tancred. "You scared Manny Harpending," Lily added, sarcastically, "so you think the Texas men will • let you alone." Kinnaird's eyes showed surprise as he watched Lily Leeds. "I've no fight with Harpend- 1 ing." Tancred said, shortly. "That's what you think," re' torted my. "You humiliated him again yesterday. He's a gunfighter. If you back down a gunfighter he can do one of two ' things. He can run away . . or he can kill you- Karpending has 1 no place to run to." "He's wanted in Texas," Kini naird said. Tancred drank the dregs cf • his beer. He nodded to Lily and walked off, heading for the 1 door. For a moment Lily's eyes re- i mained on the door, then Kinnaird's words penetrated and she i fiashed him a look. "What do you mean?" 1 Kinnaird shrugged. "Eric Straterneyer's coming to Sage." Her eyes remained clouded a moment, then suddenly narrowed. "How do you know?" "Fugger's sent for him." She darted another look at the door, through which Tancred {had gone. Tancred crossed the tracks. The street was dark, lighted only here and there by reflected light coming from a modest home. He walked for a block and saw someone coming toward him. Tancred slowed his steps and watched a rectangular patch of light from a house. The p«rson ahead entered the light and he saw that it was Laura Vesser. She stopped. "Hello." "The street's not a safe place i6t a girl at night," he said"1 walk every night," she replied. "They keep pretty well on UK otber «id« <* Uae track*." i Authorized Distributor For Eastman, Revere, Bell A Howell, Poloroid, Eollicord and Graflex COLOR PRINTS — FILM for All Cameras Flash Bulbs As Low As lie Each We allow Ic for your old Bulbs •were raiding into Kansas in '54 and the Kansans were raiding into Missouri. My father was killed by a Kansan when I was 8 years. I was 14 when the war started and I joined up with Quantrell when I was 16. We robbed and were robbed, we murdered and were" murdered. Then, suddenly the war ended. I was 18 years old in '65 and the only life I knew was violence. I got a job in a print shop in "Lexington. But they wouldn't let us alone. The Yanks were in the saddle and they made things miserable for us. Some of the boys—Sam Older for one—became outlaws." He paused a moment "I was arrested twice for being an Older man—months before I actually joined up with him.* I was kept in jail for six weeks the second time. It was too much. I joined up with Sam, in late '66." * * 9 TIE stopped and exhaled heav- J - L fly. "Yes, I rode with Sam Older. That part of the song is true. But the rest isn't- Sam was no Robin Hood- He didn't steal from the rich and he didn't give to the poor. He didn't go around helping poor widows. He . . . h« was one of the worst of Quantrell's men. He killed without compunction. When the hue and cry went up for him he became like a—a mad dog. H« turned on his own men. That's when I killed him." He paused again, his mouth twisting bitterly. "But i*. was a fair fight—as fair as suc-h things can be. I had the edge on him. Older was a good shot with a revolver. He could draw fast and he practiced. Dave Helm and Dick Small were there and they know . . . they know that Older went for his gun first, that I didn't draw mine until his had cleared leather. . . . Dave Helm and Dick Small know, but they couldn't talk. And »ooc it wai too late. The legend started and it grew. Like the «ong." She said, softly, "I'm flad yom tokl me." A smile was on tar toot m sh4 went into the house. (To Bt C*nliati«d) ^ rompi DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hoars: 8 a.m. to t p.A with Delivery to 7 pm WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Wett Main St. TV and RADIO SERVICE Minor Repairs and Twbe Replacement in home (iniide Blytheville city limits) Only More Than 28 Tear* Training and Experience. Factory Service Guarantee oft All Make*. Blytheville Sales Co. Felix Carney. Mgr. 109 E. Main Ph. 3-3616 She paused. "I havect seen you here before." "I haven't done much walking." She pointed over her shoulder to a house. "I've a room with Mrs. Martin. She works at the store." "Fugger treats his employes well?" Her smile faded. "I know you don't like Mr. Fugger . . . and I've heard other people complain of him. But he's been quite good to me." They walked a few steps in silence, then Tancred asked. •'You're going to stay in Sage City?" "I've no other place to go." She shot a look at him. "Are you going to stay here?" "I'm not sure." "You don't stay any place very long, do you?" She was unable to keep the tartness out at her a square box of a house, with voice and it silenced him. They walked to Mrs. Martin's house. "It doesn't matter." • • * CHE half turned, looked intently *^ into bis face, "It does matter. I can't get it out of my mind. Wherever you go there's always someone who knows . . . oh, they may not know you, but they know about you. The night before last a* man came to see Mrs. Martin, He plays a guitar and he sings. He sang a song about Sam Older . . . and you. . . .* She paused, then asked: - "Why did you do it, Wes? Was it ... like the song says?" "No!" he exclaimed. "It's a lie. It's a lie that's grown so big that it's become the truth. Sure, I killed Sam Older. I've killed a dozen men, perhaps two dozen. It was all I knew." His voice became bitter. "I had t gun in my hand before I was « yean old. We fr«w up with guns, all of us. In west- er& Missouri, where I lived, tbey EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 <4 Your Unctt Wilbur has been retired five years, but he still must b« doing something every minutel" "Close aii tte windows! I'm letting my pet bumbWwt for his exercise!** FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4596 Jimmy Gean, repairman All work guaranteed Prompt Service ROSE SALES CO. 521 S. 21st Paint Closeout Mhimy Trp«* ami C»l»f» i Price Hubbard Hard wart Dodge-Plymouth PARTS Entire *tock of Blytheville Motor Co., parts has' been moved to 105 West Main, next door to General Hardware and Appliance Co. For fast ierrice on these parti dial PO 3-6278 Special Price On Dodge-Plymouth Seat coven EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hub bard Hardware M l~Mlf WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. ALL SIGHT, !F THATS THE WAY YOU WANT rr,6UT THAT F YOU THINK vou'ee GO1NS UPSTAIRS AMD LEAVE ME DOWN HE2E TO6EA6UBSLAZ CLAY BOGEBS/ ' NUTCMEtLL Cope, 195^ t? N£A Sonic*. IM. t, «. Otg. U, S. "it- OfL , THE HELPLESS- AM7 TH6W- SKAPf IF YOU WM4T TO TMK TO NNE IV) Si GET ABOARD, &MDWIN-1 NOT6ETTMJ OFF! WHAT1 W-WHO \ 15 IT? WDWT «U HI TOLD YOU TVAT2] ATHU5 MAKSSP !/TOFAXE AWD KILL WAX? MOW POTTER, I'VE 3U5T HAD ON VOUP. AMNR. CHUM! IM A HUEK/ TO TW<E VERY WELL" BUTYOLHW WOT BE 50 WHEM I'M THRU TALKIW6! HOY COW. EUSTACE, GIT UP 50ME SPEED.' IF THAT BUNCH OF HIGH- BINDERS EVER CATCH UP WITH US I'LL CANG WELL WISH I HADN'T RUN OUT ON TH' FAIR BRUNNEHIl'*'

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