WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER W, 1904 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWg PAGE OUR BOARDING HOUSI — with Major Haoplt FISH ABC ser- T|i46 A LITTL5 OUT Of SHAPE V^E'LL tCSDP AT THE wexr 6TOP//->;-* ^.« SALUBRIOUS HOM& AFTER OOR FCOLIC tooKy/itgg PIT FDR 10 ^CV LKU ° i?OONSD5 WlTnvWi^pf/ A 60QILLA/ V «WLW»OES/ i^^ 1 * ~ :: ^^' •*- _^«-^. • ^^ . •* OUT OUR WAY R. Williams I 6OT HIM.' ™»'«»" RIGHT THERE ME Id/ HE'LL BUZZ OR. BITE -O c a M I'M 6LAD ID SEE THE- STUDENT COUNCIL GETTIN6 BUSY EARLY SEASON' Wow ABOUT THE PEP RALLY HOP NEXT FRIDAY JU.ME ? ABOLJT US BLOOP. SPINMERS, \ IN6 SYLVESTER V AT • ' Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 Wednesday Night, Sept. 15 6:00 I Married Joan 6:30 Superman 7:00 TV Theatre 8:00 This is Your Life " 3:30 Cisco Kid 9:00 Favorite Story fl-30 News 9:45 Clete Roberts 10:00 Soundstage 10:30 News 10:40 Weatherman. 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Big Picture 11-30 Film Feature 11:45 Sign O« Thursday night, Sept. M 8:30 A Time to Live 8:45 3 Steps to Heaven 9:00 Home Show 10:00 The Bob Smith , Show i 10:30 Shopping at Home 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Photoquiz 11:30 Homemakers Program 12:00 News 12-15 Farm News 12:30 Channel Five Club 1:00 Greatest Gift 1:15 Golden Windows * 1:30 One Man's Family 1:45 Concerning Miss Marlowe 2:00 Hawkins Falls 2:15 First Love 2:30 Betty White Show 3:00 Pinky Lee Show 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:15 Armchair Adventur* 4:30 Top Tunes 4:45 Flicker Comics 5:00 Captain Video 5:15 Interesting Person 5:25 Weatherman- 5:30 Vaughn Monroe 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Groucho Marx 6:30 I Led Three Live* 7:00 Dragnet 7:30 Theatre 8:00 Video Playhouse 9:00 Playhouse of Star 9:30 News 9:45 Clete Roberts 10:00 Rocky King 11:00 10:30 News 11:25 10:40 Weather 11:30 10:45 Adventure 12:00. 11:00 Film Fe&tur« 12:30 11:45 Sign OK 1:00 1:30 WHBQ dunne) II i:45 2:00 Wednesday Night, Sept. 15 2:15 6:00 Godfrey and Friend* 2:30 7:00 I've Got a Secret 3:00 8:00 Best of Broadway 3:15 9:00 Sportsman'! Club 4:30 9:15 TBA 5:00 9:30 5:30 10:00 Weather 5:45 10:05 News 6:00 10:15 Late Show 6:30 Thursday, September 1« 7:00 6:00 Morning Show 7:55 News 7:30 8:00 Garry Moore 8:00 3:30 Arthur Godfrey 8:30 9:30 Strike it Rich 9:00 10:00 Valiant Lady 9:30 10:15 Lpve of Life 10:00 10:30 Search for 10:05 Tomorrow 10:15 10:45 Guiding Light 10:20 Kitchen Magic Welcome Travelw Robert Q. Lewi* House Party Big Payoff Lady of the House Bob Crosby Brighter Day Secret Storm On Tour .Account Portia Faces Life Early Show Western Theatr* Mars Patrol News Jane Froman Ray Milland Four Star Playhouse .What Do You Have in Common Big Town Telltale Clue Name that Tune Anywhere U.S.A. Death Valley Days Weather News Do You Know Why Late Show JOHNSON GRASS KILLER itim < '1 *%50 12 Webb Culvert Tile Co. Highway 61 at State Line Phone OSborne 3-8414 99% Pure Soditun Chlorate 70015. Drum ' TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED 2 Pri« KIRBY DRUGSTORES FOR SALE 3 ] /i ton Dodge truck with food 10/30 tire* all around. 22 fooi single axle Carter trailer with 5-foot steel sides and straight air brakes. This truck ready to go. Special both truck and trailer $1650. SEE ELMER STONE 416 E. Main St. FOR SALE SEAT COVERS Fiber 19.95 Plastic 13.95 Save «p to 112.50 per act on our tailor made ~«at covert during our September Clearance Sale. Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. GILBERTS AUTO UPHOLSTERY Highway 61 North ' Phont 3-6742 XXVI ' T TfflOE MELLER walked down South Street to the corner and tamed to his shop. "Yott'til better go and vote now," he said io Hudkins and Tan<#ed"l haven't been in town long •nough to vote," Tancred said. "You've been here longer than the 62 men who just voted," snapped Miller. Tancred whistled softly. "So that's what the noise was about!" Miller nodded. "Those 62 votes are enough to swing it. About a hundred people voted before they showed up. I think we'd have made it, by 40, maybe 50 votes. I figured oc a total vote of possibly 300 and I thought we'd swing about 170 of the total. But now. ..." He shook bis head. "Have any of the farmers come in yet?" "What farmers? 1 * "Quite a few are stitt around." "They only come into town when they have to. Tb« Texas men push them around." "But they're on your side." A gleam of hope came to Miller's eyes. "If we had enough men and horses " He paused. "The livery stable's jot a dozen horses or more." "It's Fugger's livery stable." "All the better." Miller suddenly chuckled. "Mose," he shouted. "Quick, pull a proof of our subscription list!" While Hudkins followed out Miller's instructions, the newspaperman turned to Tancred. "We can't cover them all, but you and some of my friends can reach half of them, I'm sure. Those you talk to can tell other*," * • • T EN minutes later, astride • rented horse, Tancred rodt out of Sage City. He took the south road, but once he passed the last house, ht turned Vo the west and south, cutting across the prairie. Then a half-burled sod house loomed up before him. It was a miserable house, built at logs and mud, with sod serving for roofing.' Behind it- was a tiny corral in which stood tiro workhorses and a single cow. As Tancred rode up, a man came out of the sod house with a rifle in his hands. The man looked at Tancred through slitted, red eyes. "I don't want no trouble. I'm pulling up stakes in a couple of days and I don't want no trouble with anyone." "I'm not going to make any trouble," Tancred said. "It's just, iwell, they're having an election Jin town today and we'r* asking J everybody to come in and vote." | "Vote for who?" i "That's for you to decid*. Vote 'for whoever you please. The main thing is w« want you io vote." "I dont know nothin' about votin'," the man said, dispiritedly. "I'm a farmer. Least I thought I was"—he mack a sudden, spiteful gesturt with his rifle toward th« east—"if thc*i cowboys'd let me. I had a crop of wheat started and they turned their stetrs loose on it" That," said Tancred, "is what the voting'* about Some of the people in town want to put a stop to thing* like that. And you can help, by voting." The man cocked hi* head to one side. "Nobody care* about us farmers. Everybody calls us squatter*." "A group of p«oplt in town sent me out hert," Taccred persisted. "They want to put a stop to Jacob Fugger's one-man rule of Sige County." "You m«an I could vote against Jacob Fugger?" tht squitttr asked witfc sudden interest "Yc* «nr *And whatll Fugger dte t» anyone who votes against him? 1 * "There's nothing he can do. Besides, he won't know who's voted against him." Tancred grabbed up his rein*. 'Think it over. But remember the polls close at 6 o'clock. Get in town before then if you want to vote." By mid-afternoon Tancred had ridden 30 miles, in a wide circle, and had found eight farmers. Hi* circle had brought him close to Sage City again and his heaving horse told him that he could not ride much farther. Ahead, was a herd of Texas longhorns. He circled to the left and saw that he would pass near a cowboy. The man was slumped in his saddle. As Tancred came up he glanced idly at him and averted his eyes, but suddenly they darted back to Tancred, in sudden shock. A shudder ran through Tancred. He pulled up his mount "Tancred," said Dave Helm* * * T"<HE years disappeared. The •^ man facing Tancred had been one of Quantrell's chief lieutenants, had commanded the troop of which Tancred had been a member. And Dave Helm—Davt Helm had been present when Tancred and Sam Older had faced each other in that crashing finale! Tancred said, "Hello, Dave. 1 * Dave Helm exhaled heavily. "It's been a long time, Wei." H« shook his head "How have things been with you?" "Not good," Tancred replied, steadily. Ke gestured to th« herd. "You're a cowboy?" Helm shrugged. "Texas seemed like a good place, back in '67. I haven't been, north until now." "This is one of Hong Kong Smith's herds?" "I work on his home ranch. You, Wes?" "I haven't stayed very long in one place." "I've heard a lot about you." Helm grimaced. "That song, they sing it all tht time down in Ttxa*. Made thing* kind ol for you, hasn't it?" <T« B« Ci»ntiitv«4) "What do you mean, restful bedroom design? Do you think we go to sleep with the light* on looking at wallpaper?" COOT. T»* fcj NCK Strife*. Ihc. "Cosmetics, TV and RADIO SERVICE Minor Repairs and Tub* Re placement in home (inside Bly theville city limits) More Than 20 Tears Tratntnf and Experience. Factory Service Guarantee on All Makes. Blytheviile Sales Co. Felix Carney, Mgr. 109 E. Main Ph. 3-3616 Phone 2-2015 p. rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hoars: S a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4596 Jimmy Gean, repairman • All work guaranteed • Prompt Serrice ROSE SALES CO. 521 S. 21st Point Closeout Maay Typw and C»i*r» i Price Hubbard Hardware Dodge-Plymouth PARTS Entire stock of Blytheviile Motor Co., parts has been moved to 105 West Main, next door to General Hardware and Appliance Co. For fast service on these parts dial PO 3-S27S Special Price On Dodge-Plymouth Seat covers PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co IN FACT, I WAS GOING- TO START LOOKING POR YOU WITH MRS. QU1MBY! r^ WORRIED WHERE'VE YOU EEN ALL E5TEOJE? TVflS LET MS SEE. AT HEAC7- QUAIZTBZ5, A POLIC& AETI5T SKETCHES AS VIC BLONPE SEEK- TO TH£ 9ELLE WLPE TRIAL. JU5T 8ETWEEM VOU P-ND ME, TOO CRAZY ABOUT POTTER'S I MEMO, HE'S A BIT E£ THE POUCE, FELLA51 THWUMU5UALY WELL, 51JCHALOM6 TO TELL FU6HT? PCWTVOJ /THE TRUTH, VJE WE DIPIO'T KNOW ABOUT THS ACCIDENT TILL AFTER. LAUPEP. THE DOOR TO OUR. COMPARTMENT CL05ED-. IN FACT, IT WAS CL05ED THE WHOLE TRIP. WE DIDN'T EVEN KMOW HE WA5 ABOARD! A FEW QUE5T0N5, THS FIRST FLIGHT DEATH, EASY QUESTIONS PILOT AND CO-PILOT ,SHE'S FUSSED/ PSHAW IVE YET TO ABOUT HER BOY \5EE THE WARRIOR FRIEND'S CURRENT j WHO COULD G\U5E HE'5 MIXEDOOP AN UP WITH SOME _- ffl 'i YEHH_BUT THS ONE HAPPENS TO BE BLONDE AND BEE-UT1FUL'' if BUT MY STARS,I HAVE TO LET THE MACHINE COOL OFF.. OR IT'LL BLOW A FUSE SOMETHING.' BUT YOU SAID AS SOON A5 YOU GOT OSCAR BACK YOU'P SO ALLEY/, BARBARIANS WARRIOR! HOW O'YA WANT T~~ T...IN DIMES N Of? QUARTERS*} MERE S iTMS IXACT AMOUNT OF MV CHECK, SOWWV I CANT LEAVS VOU A TIP, I'M ALL OUT OF CHANGE'
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