The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1953 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 6, 1953
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MONDAY, JULY 9, MOT (AUK.)' COITRIER ITBWS I OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopla iK<»^'^ CAKAR.TWIGOS" FOR CARROTS/-™ MUST gE COOLIN THERE ~~ HE'5 SEEM SOME EMOUSH FOR A •srtooze ~ suess X'LL ' ' OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami (/BESIDES SLACKS V AND OVERALLS, GIRL- I STILL HAVE TO HAVE SO P MAWV DRESSES AND I FCILUV THINGS TO IR WITH BOYS ITS JUST A SHIRT AMP PAIR OF . OVERALLS NOW AMD V -__ V T TIME THAT ALL <SIRL FAMILY COM^S OUT CW WASH LlWE, SHE; DIGS UP ALL OUR. PAST MEN DO LlVte AFTER THE*!; THE 6OOP ft OFT INTE£EED WITH TMEIK ASPATAEECEPTION LATER... REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3046 or 9734 NATURAL GAS Heating and appliances. Install them now. Start your payments this fall. Phone 4552 for estimate, E. C. ROBINSON Lumber Co. TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kilty Drug Stores For Better Plumbing, SELECT CRANE & STANDARD FIXTURES Earl Walker Plumbing & Gas Fitting 418 South Lake Phone 3553 , DID NOT WRITE THE FIRST ENGLISH DICTIONARY A WORD I a ru.u»Kir <N TMe PICTIOHARY A word to the wise, so goes the proverb, is sufficient. Ant! we know you are wise enough to realize the importance of the ri^ht amount of the right insurance. See us now! ANSWER Richard Huloct was the first to produce an English dictionary. It was issued In 15.52, Johnson's dictionary appeared in 1775. 1, Article on Dictionaries of the English Language ajinearms in the Journal of the Royal Society of Arts—Oct. 24, 1913. 2. Popular. Fallacies.—A. S. E. Ackerman. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL C "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Massacre Mbuntains by Frank C.Robertson TIIR STORY i Pel< mind Hetty he-Id n mcr hy K«il Kiirnr: tt Hoot Andrrmm. Morrison hnn virtual i>r lu- he went to find Hetty, * * » XVIII pETE MORRISON spoke kindly, 'J- "Take my word for it, Betty. 'Nate Wilkinson is really your father and he's n Rood man. Zad Barnes is a murderer and an outlaw." "I don't know what to believe," •the girl spoke almost in a groan. j Mrs. Anderson appeared in the 'upper doorway. "The man's right, I Belty. About Zad anyhow. I'm tired of it nil. My man's been working for Barnes for years and I don't want to raise my children this way any more." They went back into the house. -Pete said succinctly, "Anderson had this girl trussed up and gagged in his cellar. His wife says he has been in Barnes" gang," "I'll kill you, woman," Anderson raged at his wife. families and we've got to live here. Zad Barnes controls enough Indians to massacre every man, woman, and child here, and burn houses to the ground. We can't win in that kind of a fight." "But a man's life is at stake, and this is your chance to strike back at Barnes," Pete protested. "We can't do it," Hazlcton said. "There aren't enough men in Pan- geneet to fight Barnes in Two Rivers, and i£ anything happened! to us our families would be at' Zad's mercy. Sorry, but we just can't go with you." Pete saw that he would be wasting time to argue. Nate Wilkinson low it would have succeeded but 'or the cooperation of the Indian Walter. "So you can't stay icre," he added. "Barnes would come here looking for you." "Zad will kill Walter," she said desperately. "I've got to go back to High Valley." Waller will be all right. Zad anybody, Anderson," Pete said "We got a jail, that'll hold you," .Hazlelon said. $ "Whnt authority you got to arrest me?" Anderson bluffed "I'm a justice of the peace, and Dave Carter is the constable," Hazlcton said. "That's enough." "Can you take care of Betty for a few days, Mr. Hazleton?" Pole asked. "Sure. Glad to." Betty said, "Why can't I stay with Nora? I don't know anything about any of yon." PcVe replied.' "We've got to have a talk, Betty, but first I want to talk to these men," He returned to the group "Belly's father is certain to be murdered by Zad Barnes unless something is done at oncc.i How many men can I gel to KO with me?" t Carter, the bhcksmith, answerfidj.vourfclf known lo n man named 'him. "None, Mister. We've got'Cul Hawkins when his watfon tram reaches h^ve, and toll him everything that has happened. Hawkins will take care of you. Your father has money which will be yours if he don't come back. But we're not assuming that he is going to die." "To think," she said, "we talked together and I didn't know!" That, at least, was a good sign, and he wouldn't hurt her by spying that if she hadn't deceived him she would be with her father now. After Betty had gone with Hn- xleton and the others, Mrs. Anderson willingly cooked a meal for Pete, and when, he had eaten he headed back toward Two Rivers. PAD BARNES J mood. His \ was in nn thought the evening before, had played right into his hands. He suspected Pete Morrison of being on enemy as soon as he saw him, was in peril, and if anything was r and Pete's mention of Nathan Wil~ done to save him Pete would have :o do it alone. The men of Pan- genect were acting according to what they conceived to be their own best interests. In a way he could not blame them. OETE took Betty into the kilchcn. "I've got to make you understand thai you must slay clear of Zad Barnes," he said. He told her how Barnes had set "I don't think you'll be killing his trap to capture Wilkinson and vill never know he had a hand in that Walter is smart. The worst hing you could do would be to all into Barnes 1 hands. Your,own alhcr loves you You must do ns ie would want you to do," he urged. 'But—if he is my father—he will bo killed." 'Not if 1 can help it." 'What ran you do?" 'I don't'know, but I'm going ;k lo Two Kivers. If we don't Icome back I want you to make kinson,,a man he had almost forgotten, confirmed it. He hud known that those two men must be destroyed. Yesterday, he had hnci them in the palm of his hand. KO to speak—and this mornifig they were gone! The first bad news had come when Tohey fold him that the Indian on guard outside Pete Morrison's door had been hit on the head and still was woozy. It had taken only n few minutes to ascertain that the prisoner was indeed ;one. He wondered about Cass Dean, the woman who had arrived the night before. Zad would question her in the morning, but he doubted if she'd know where Pete had gone. And scarcely had dawn arrived than the men he had sent out to capture Nate Wilkinson had returned empty handed. "What happened?" Zad roared at Herb Painter, the man he had placed in charge of the parly. . "I don't know," Painter replied. "We figgcred when we got that note here he'd high-tail this way, so we wailed for hini on the trail. When he didn't show up we rode to the ranch, and the Indian kid said hft had give him ihe note all right, and thai he had left right awny. But we missed him somc- (To Bo Continued) Television— Tonife, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 MONDAY NIGHT, JULY 6 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 £):30 9:45 9:55 10:00 10:45 11 ;00 11:30 12:00 12:05 Name That Tune Howard Barlow Cisco Kid Summer Theatre Who Said That This Is Your Life News Reporter Tonight in Sports Weather' Wrestling News Man Against Crime Suspense News Sign Off "Dad, you won't tell Ann 1 caddy at the country club, will you? Somehow she got the idea big shots *ay hello to me because I'm one of them 1 ." FRECKLES AND HIS FRIINM SILLY BOY/ l HOPE YOU DIDN'T BUY IT OR. MB 1 REMEMBER. THAT CHARM BRACELET TOO WANTED ME TO SK THE OTHER- DAY, CANDY? FEEL f& THOUGH I'VE KNOWN YOU FOR. 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