The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1953 · Page 11
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Tiled Baths, equipped with American Standard colored fixtures. Insulated wails and ceilings. These houses have 2 bedrooms and den or can be used conven- . lentil M J bedroonu. Car ports or attached garage. Large l*ndicap«d jots on paved streets. Located at 504 Hardin Street, 1104 * 1108 North Fifth Street in Country Club Area Addition. Open for inspection Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. Week dan bf appointment So or Call Johnny Marr or Russell Marr Rt a I tors and Builders Phone 4111 Res. Phone 2596 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Se// That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land Massacre Mountains fTTTE by Frank C.Robertson «»r«rt«r im ir Kit iitv'Cf. me. XX I Anger flushed across Zad's face, day passed slowly, but the bue he forced a smile. "Now it's evening was made pleasant for Zad Barnes With supper followed by games of euchre with Cass Dean. She was good company and in one way or another, Zad told (himself, he was going to keep net here. Cass finally rest. "I'm going to turn in, Zad. It's been a nice evening." "I've enjoyed it too," he said "If you'd played for the stakes i suggested you'd have won a coupie hundred dollars." "I can't afford big," she smiled. Zad said, "1 don't like to brag but I could lose 10 times tha boys can do." N ATE said, "I've passed through my period of torment after you stole my little girL But I saw her again, Tobey, and told her I more.you can do to hurt me. "The name is -Barnes," Zad said. to gamble that He didn't like to hear that Betty Zad g i oated . "An "Can you?" knew the truth. "And I think I Jng a lot nar( much and never miss it." II was little girl now? can still hurt you. Do you know what I'm going to do with your just as well to let the girl know that he was rich. She smiled enigmatically and went off to bed. A little after midnight he was awakened by Gabe Cox and Al warily. "Nothing. You haven't got her.' •I'll get her," Zad said savagely. "You've heard of »n Indian chief named Tobey, haven't you?" "I've heard of him," Nate said Tasker. "We got Wilkinson for you, Zad," Tasker announced. A wolflike grin spread over Barnes' face. "Good!" he ejaculated. "What about»Morrisun? thinks your daughter, would look his pockets. of course Gabe didn't know anything about Morrison." "Too bad. Morrison's liable to get to Betty and tell her who she is." - .* "Hoot Anderson will take care of him," Gabe Cox said confidently. 'He'd better. Wilkinson in here." Nate Wilkinson had lost his hat, and there wajs dried blood in his hair from the blow Cox had struck Betty.' ! him, but his eyes were undaunted as he looked at his ancient enemy. helpless victim. "Sit down, Nate," he invited with mock graciousness. "It's been a long time since we met. I've still got scars on my back from our lact encounter. "You got only what • hog-thieJ h«r. dCMrvwL" fc'aU Hid caJmJj. here. I'm going to send him back to Pangeneet with a bunch of his men. I'll tell him that if he can bring that girl back here he can have her." "Aw, look, Zad—" Gabe Col started to protest. "You had your chance, and you muffed it. If you get her now, you'll have to make a deal with Tobey." In a few minutes Al Tasker your turn to beg for mercy." "I doubt that." "Do you? White men don't know , ... _ , .. . ,„.,, the fine points of torture, Nate, ^turned with Tobey. Nate W.Ik- Wait till you see what my Indian!'™™ took one look at-the brutal Indian, then had to avert his gaze. Barnes spoke rapidly in some sort of Indian tongue. Tobey nodded vehemently and disappeared. Wilkinson said, "I don't care what you do to me, Tobey, or Barnes, if that's your name now, was her father. There s nothing but a you have any human ae - "He wants a white wile. He cency you'll call back that Indian." "I knew I'd have you begging," "And you'll be bcg- rder before I'm through with you. I play square with my Indians and they play square with me. That's why I'm doin' so well. Search him, boys. We'd just as well find out if he's got anything on him." • * * WHILE one of them held a gun *• on Nate the other went through fine in one of his wickiups." "You filthy, inhuman—" smiled. "I thought that -'We missed him. We" met Gabe would get a rise out of you. But said, as he produced two crum- bringing Wilkinson down here, but I may soften a little—I'll give pledgees of paper from one of Betty her choice. She can marry Nate's pockets, my friend Gabe there—or Tobey." Nate cast a quick glance at the got her, and you can't get her. 1 "I always hated you, Wilkinson, All right, bring you and your high »nd mighty paper says, 'Do as thil boy says. ways. It was a« much for that us So that's how you got away, Wilk- the whipping you and your masked friends gavt nw that I "I didn't wear • mask.* "And the bigger fool you were It pleased Zad to play with his But I'd have known you anyway They were the notes Pete had given Walter to deliver. "Hey, here's something," Tasker Zad Barnes took the two scrap* and straightened them out. "This unlovely Gabe Cox. "I don't know one," he said, "it the note Mor- whlch would be better," he said, rison wrote to a John Belknap 'but you can't do this. You haven't telling him to come down here. And this one, in the same handwriting, and on the same piece of inson. Your (ricnd bribed my In- rtolt dian boy." Nate Wilkinson regretted bitterly that he had forgotten to destroy the two scraps of paper. Because of thli carelessness he had It jou told Bcttjr who you were doubtless brought about the doom I'll give her the pleasure of watch- - "•- '-"— •— ing your finish. And it won't b« an easy one. my friend." of the Indian boy. Zad s»id, "Tell Herb Painter to ride out and bring Walter in her« I itlll say you h»v«l got to m«. Juin Ch« is »oin» to f«t ; » lUvt boy cheap." 'AJ. trick Totow toi (T« •• CwU»«4) Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. 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