The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1955 · Page 15
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ITEPNESPAT, KOYEMBEK 16, 19W ._ OUR §OARD«HG HOUSI — wirti Major Hoopl« OUT OUR WAY BLYTOTYILLB (ARK.)' PAGE FIFTEEN By J. R. WilKami <SLAD TOTM IT'6 A PLEASURE, A COUPLE OP BOWPIES WHO CCN'T LIKE MHO' TDLP PT'J* BSPTIME/ ME LIKE A CAT "ST 1 WILDER IP KMOWS THE BOBBISH// HE'S H6P THAT 1 His ,..j~> c, WO\H HI-P PAST . f?OLJTE/TWfr \ > A5 VjeLL A5 MV < FOR MB TO 60 ) C WAV — " PIU.6P TO TH' 6ILLS WITH BRAVADq SMART AUK* CLEAR TO TH' CORE, KiO TEACHER COULP EVER CURE ME BY JUST6ETTIU' SWEETLV SORE... BUT I RAM NTO REAL PROFESSORS IW THE ART Of MAKIM' ME SEE, AMP MY HAT 15 OFF TO TH' TEACHERS WHO KNOCK6P IT AU, OUT OF A*. (HE ReST HE WISHES Tb DIVIDE AMOM6 HIS FOUR. SONS,SOTPAT EACH WILL HAVE AM EQUAL SHARE ANO IM SIMILAR.'SHAPE WITH HIS BROTHER.— A MAM HAS A SQUABS' PIECE-OF IANP, our OF WHICH U£ KEEPS ONE RXJKW FOfc HOW CAN HE DO ir? THAT COMCUJOSS OUR FWK.TICAL. TH FOE. TODAY. 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In wonnded and Bnihn nalu tf Ihcrc'fl • dnrlor in frnwn. Bartender Tommy Rlkca i*i i i li ktaH to Doc I.anffer. VI BRUHN pointed his finger at Claggett. "You go with Charley and get th« doctor Leave your gun here." "Me!" Claggett demanded. "Show Charley the way." firuhn said shortly. Claggett lifted his hands to his IbeK buckle. Tex and the half (breed watched him narrowly, liheir fingers splayed over their icwn guns. Claggett looked to iCrane in appeal. A dull red sul- liused Crane's face. "It's one thing to ask a favor," ihe said in a choked voice. "Another thing to spur a man. You island hitched. That's an order." Tex looked over his shoulder -»t Crane, eyes cold and narrow. Without warning or change of expression, he swung on the ball of his foot and his arm lashed out, the clenched flst traveling ,in a short piston stroke that cracked loudly oS Crane's chin. Crane's head snapped back, he hung suspended for a long second, then spilled backward, arms swinging wide, his (eet turning ,'at the ankles. He struck,the bar '.with a dull thud, his body lurching forward with the impact, •then settling back against the mahogany and sliding slowly -down it. His rump struck the brass rail and he sat there, like a snadon drunk, then bumped to the floor and fell to one side. 1 Dan lunged forward. But a gun .barrel jabbed in his side and the .bearded Denver smiled a warn- •ing through his whiskers, his :>yes slltted and waiting. D*n •icttlcd back on his heels. ••'• Silence held the room. The tight outlaws calmly looked at Crane stretched in the sawdust, slack and unmoving. The others stared with a growing sense of horror. Lewis made a strangled noise in his throat and jumped away from the bar. His hand whipped to bis gim and his fingers touched the walnut butt. The gun had always been a tool for Lewis, never a weapon. He was slow, pitifully slow. The kid with the handsome, pale iace did not seem to move. Yet something flashed in the light and a blast ot flame jumped from his hand, a spear of fire that lanced toward Lewis. Smoke billowed and, through it, Dan saw the pale eyes alight, dancing, filled with a glef that made something twist and crawl within him, LEWIS jerked half around and his gun, only half out of the holster, caught on its lip, gave s hah 1 spin and dropped to the sawdust. His right arm hung limp as he catapulted against the bar, caught himself. He hung there, face slack with surprise, eyes rounded. "Pace," Bruhn growled, "you can be too quick." Pace didn't move, his eyes fixed on Lewis. He spoke softly with a note of regret. "Why, Jack, he wanted to play gun- hawk." A snap came hi Bruhn's heavy voice. "Put it up, Odium. You've dehorned him. You don't notch your gun on an unarmed man." Crane moaned and .stirred. His eyes slowly opened and he stared glassily along the level of the floor. He suddenly lit ted his head, surprised. "Still giving orders?" Bruhn asked silkily. Crane pulled himself up, looked dow i at the clinging Mwduit on ti» shirt and trousers. "Do as they say," he choked. "Nothing eU« for it." Dan wondered why the outlaws had not bothered to take his gun and those of Crane, Starrett and the others. Tommy must have some sort of weapon hidden behind the bar, v standard equipment for any saloon, no matter how peaceful. So far the outlaws had been well able to take care of themselves. He tried to get Starrett's eyes in the mirror, make some signal to show that he was ready. He had a clear view of Starrett's face for a moment. Starrett'j eyes grew thoughtful, actually pleased, and then he sat down so that Dan could no longer see his image in the mirror. • • * DAN lowered his eyes to his glass and he slowly moved it around on the bar between thumb and fingers. Blaise was no ally and- Dan was at a loss to explain it. That left him Crane, and Crane had already tasted outlaw treatment Dan eased slowly about and watched Hal, working over Lewis. Hal ripped open the man's shirt and tried to stop the bleeding. From the sag of the shoulder and the useless hang of the arm, Dan judged Lewis had a splintered shoulder. Hal looked angry but Dan knew that, right now, he dared not bank on the man's help. Seven men lined against him, and Dan knew each was a killer. Suddenly Bruhn. who had been staring into the bar mirror, turned and walked to the door. He opened it and looked out, studied the street in every direction. He looked thoughtful, and i then his craggy jaw set. He turned, closing the door behind him, "Well stay here, boys." The ouUaws turned, surprised but pleased. Bruhn looked at Dan. "Shuck your gun on the bar. That goes for you, mister," he added to Crane. He looker! at Starrett, his glance an order. Starrett shrugged. "You're the boss, Jack." 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