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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 13, 1953
Page 13
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MONDAY, TOLT is, BLWKBTYILlJB PAGE TMIRIVBM OUR WARDING HOUSE — with Major Hooplc OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williamt U6MKSHTD050M6- THINS FOR VOU, AW3CC BESID PUFFlta IMS PEACE ^ t THIS BRAVE ft AS A WRESTLER YJ0U.D PUTtf LAGSHIUS SOY" COULD COMPRHS WAIT'LL 1 V«RK •EM oar--VOL) oar MY FEST LOCKED IM THERE. .*OT MUCH LOCK* TCOCli. EASlCR TO UFT AWT BEHEMOTHS MO A TROOPS WHY MOTHERS <5ET fiRAY 600PNI6HTI I'LL PUT A •STOP TO THIS! ...AND ALA*, THE ERSTWHILE SHAKESPEAREAN ACTO£ WOUND UP IN THE CLINK... , BAH! T«e UTTER H£LPi THAT BKOKEN-POWN THESPIAN •5P1EITEPA.ELLO OFF ON THE TOWN ANPONEOF THEM IS 60IN6 TO NEEP PROTECTION! A&AlN.SO FABIAN KE- 6EOUPS MPADV IN FULL FORCE! lead Courier News Classified Ads, TRUSSES Spring or Elastic. Abdominal Belts Kirby Drug Stores Parts and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors W II O L K S A I. E 111 Nirtfe BroiMlwiJ Fk«M 4511 and 4512 For Better Plumbing, SILKT CRANE & STANDARD FIXTURES Earl Walker Plumbing A Gas Fltllnj 41R South Lake Phone 3553 . /OS'S The fish leaps from the surfac« of the water and by spreading out its fan-Uke fins, glides. It is not a motion of flying: like a bird. 1. "Popular Fallacies." A. S. E. Ackerman, 2. Article in "Daily Telegraph," Jan. 29, 1912 by Sir Ray Lankesler, F.R.S. ANSWER You make no mistake when you come to us for insurance. Why risk having your funds fly away due to some seemingly trivial accident on your property? Be protected financially with ii>- surance. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell Tkat Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land Massacre Mbuntaks by Frank C.Robertson xxiv •N- "ATE WILKINSON said nothing until he was free. Then he said grimly, "II I'd been in Pete's place, Totaey, you wouldn't be alive now." "My turn ground out. will come," Barnes "What're you going to do with him, Pete?" Wilkinson asked. "It's a mean trick on the world to let him live." "We're taking him with us, and we're not wasting any time," Pete replied. "Come on, Walter." "Where?" the Indian boy said. "We'll take care ot you," Pete promised. "I've learned a lot from boy," Nate said. "Among other ; ihings that Barnes is a slave trader "He'll goad me into killing Mm," "•fate raged. "Tie him up," Pete said. When Wilkinson finished Zad Barnes was tied tightly against the ree and Nate wasn't gentle when ic pressed a rag into the man's jleeding mouth. Walter stood by wonderingly. It was a reversal oJ he only law he had ever known o see Zad Barries helpless. Walter rode behind Pete and Nate rode bareback. D AWN wasn't far away and they did not stop at Pete's camp Pete had been thinking hard; more han half regretting that he hadn' aken time to try to bring Cass along with them, yet realizing tha delay would have been fatal. Zad -even though we've just fought Barnes was no man to play with j war to end slavery." Pete knew there was no time to .discuss this. There were two un. conscious men nearby, and either might revive. They left the cabin and moved as swiftly as they could induce Barnes to travel down to : where Pete had left his horses, i They heard three shots in rapid .succession, and realized that al- I ready the alarm had been given. "We've only got two horses,' fPete said. "We can't take Barnes ' We'll have to tie him to a tree." "Let me tell you something Wilkinson, before you do that,' Zad Barnes said. "The time wil come when I'll have the uppei hand again. 1 stole your kid once to get even with you. Now I go another score to settle. Right now your daughter is in Tobey's hands and this time he'll keep her. Nr matter how you try you'll neve: be able to find her—" Nate Wilkinson closed his en cmy's mouth with his fist. "You lie," he quavered. "It I believot you for one minute I'd take tha knife from Pete and slash you •hroat." "Take (t easy, Nate," as Cass was certain to find out. It was coming dawn when they .-cached the ranch, but a light in the window showed that Jess Wil- .iams was already up. Pete directed Walter to run in fresh Because I been with him ever since back in Illinois. I hated Nate Wil- dnson, but I allus done everything could to help Betty. I loved her like she was my daughter." Pele found himself half believ- ng that the old man meant what he said. Pete waited till the meal wa« ready, then summoned the other wo. They had two fresh horses caught and saddled, and brought .Uem all up to the door. Pete watched closely when tht' other two came in. Williams' eyes wer* cold when he looked at Nate, )ut he showed embarrassment when he looked at the Indian boy. Old Jess said, "I was sorry you ;ot in a jam, Walter." Walter said nothing. But he would not forget. Nate said, "Now I remember you. You were one of the men we rounded up and warned you would get what Tobey did unless you got out of the country. You must have lelped kidnap Betty." "You remember right," Williams said bitterly. "I hated you, and I still do, but nobody kin say I wasn't kind to Belly. I praclically raised her. I stood between her and Zad many a time." "He's right, Nate," Pete said. 'Belly herseU told me Williams had always been good to her." "For that," Nate said, "I'm willing to let, bygones be bygones. horses, while he went to the house ate stayed out at the corral. Jess Williams was caught flat- ... o footed by Pete as he was stirring you have nothing to fear from me, up flap-jacks. "Don't try any :hing, Williams," Pete said "There'll be three of us for breakfast. Hurry it up." The old man's mouth went slack Then he said, "You got Nate and Walter away from Zad Barnes?" "Yes. And a fine one you are. Williams." HHE old man was somewhat taken aback. He dished out their breakfast, but said ,nothin|f until they were through eating. Williams said suddenly, "If you Betty has lived here and taken flnd Betty gone when you git back, care of you when you are sick, and try to git in touch with me. I'll do yet you contemptible old rascal, -—••-=— ' •-•- " •- you would help sell her to that from that Injun. 1 anything I kin to git her away Indian Tobey. We left Barnes tied to a tree and that's what we ought to do with you." Apparently old Jess Pete meant that Barnes had been hanged. He half whimpered, "That ain't true. I'd have done anything on earth to help Betty. "What do you mean?'.' Pete demanded. "The men who came after Wai- thought ter said Zad sent Tobey to get Betty back. That savage is foxy. He'H flnd a way and do it." Nate Wilkinson turned white. ' "So that's what Zad meant," I soothed. "Betty's all right. Barnes 1 i« juit tryinj to worry you." I'd h.ive saved Pete could." Walter too U 1 Pcle said quietly. "You go on, Nate, I'll stay and keep in touch with Jess."' (T* Be C*nUnMd) "I don't believe you." "It'l true. I been loyal to Z»d Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 MONDAY NIGHT JULY U 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 9:55 10:00 10:45 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:05 Name That Tunt Howard Barlow Cisco Kid Summer Theatre Who Said That Candid Camera News Reporter Tonight in Sports Weather Wrestling News Man Against Crime Suspense News Sign Off "If I don't turn it on, the lawn will die of thlrtt—and If I do, every kid with a bathing *uit will b« running across my yard!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A CWTE.CANOV/ I OVEK AS SOON . W SCRUBBED UP/ OILY 1MtM«TMnU. HER UP IS R» Mi K) .COME 0«H ---AND TACT MERibTOe BLUE ORCHID! COULD YOU LEWD ME TWENTY BUCHS, WDM? C D * O .£ a o ** 1/1 • JOAN BAgLOW INHERITED THE PLACE AFTER HER AUNT AljATHA'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH... VOUN5 WIDOW MABTHA WAYNE AND HER SON BILLY HAVE RENTED A COTTA6E NEAR THE ESTATE OF THE LATE AGATHA ROSS.,. ...MARTHA VISITS JOAN BARLOW...FINOS SHE ^ AND HER HUSBAND HAVE MAD A QUARREL... [ 1LL SET IT WW ' YOU POOR KID... /ZIPAND I JUST HAD A LITTLE SPAT.MWHA ) WHAT tK. SEEK / ...THEY SAY NO HOME IS COMPETE WITHOUT) Of ZIP BARLOW, I THEM...ITWS, ___/r-r If rtWmtS&lt \REAILY MY FAULT.' JCWN'S HUSBAND, 2!B, IS SECRETLY DATING V_._. — , KELTON.HIS FORMER COLLEGE FLAME, RECENTLY RETURNEP TO CENTERVILLE. TUESDAY, JULY 14, 195J 7:00 Today '• 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 0:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 Shopping at Home ' 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Morning Meditation 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Nature of Things 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Home Makers Program 12:15 AH-Star Dame 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Superman 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:26 Weatherman 5:30 Eddy Arnold 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Mirror Theatre 6:30 Break the Bank 7:00 Nothing But The Best 7:30 This Is Your Life, 8:00 Two Tor The Money 8:30 Boston Blackie 9:00 Mr. and Mrs. North 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Famous Playhoust 10:30 Jackie Gleason 11:30 News 11:50 Sign Off WELL, NOW THAT N THAT HAMMOCK! JUST T1NK! 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