The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1953 · Page 9
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/ACT! BLTTBEVILLB (ARK.V COURIER NEWS JULY 20, 19M "EUREKA/ IJAflSINEMY PlSblN? A FORTUNle IN THE REMOTe ^-. D66ERT/ MOT SOLD,.YOU UMOER-fc. 6TAND, BUT AM WDiAN WEE*LER) 'So POWERFUL H&D MAKE AW .< AWLT SORlLLft APPEAR PUNY/] JELL MARTHA RICHES WILL »toTf MV HEAD—HA, HA r (00 YOU fHlrJK HE HAS _ -3k HIT 1H£ THREE - V VFU)«SA6«N? P6FOKS I ORDER. MY FORCISH 5FOKT5 CAR I WAfJT TO See- IF Trie PAIWT WASHE Off THAT INiDIANl AND HE WINDS OP) IN FEONVT OF A •/ CISAR STORE "~YOU KMOW HIS rilBS i ALWAYS |S HAVIN6 7 HIM6ELF PAGED i W -fHS HALL .1OF FAME / Ff?OM -rue GOLOErt VIEST- OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami HOME--IM NOT KOtW AID, $w*my... ffleLWS cvfiiosm SXEKTS IKSLPAZ •5HE MO fA&IM AWAIT THE CflENIVHL KOC^ET PILOT TO COME ABOARD... NO, MELLO ...NO!... DON'T TOUCH TH6 CONTROL^! Read Courier News Classified Ads. 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Finally he said: "I've been Wondering what was holding Nate. I Walter appeared. Long after dark, as he neared camp, he heard a sibilant hiss from the bushes. A moment later suppose Zad's been wondering too." "He's worried. Re's afraid he can't control the Indians." Pete pointed to a bedroll on the ground. "Sit down," he said. Gass shook her head. "I can't stay. 1 have to get back before Zad misses me." Vaguely, Pete resented the casual way she spoke ol Zad Barnes. "What is it, Walter? you— "Sh-h!" 'The camp is surrounded. Indian? everywhere. They got Jess." th« boy admonished. would be small, but with the head |of the snake severed the vest must wnalrc inevitably curl up and die. He dreaded to think what might hap- Pete knew a moment. of ghastly job, as he saw it. was to disorgan- sickness. Cass, the woman he had once loved, had betrayed him. for blood-tainted dollars "I'll ride back to the road with her own people, knowing they would be given over to torture and murder- Only the vigilance of the Indian boy had prevented him from falling into the trap. you if you must go," he said. "No, Pete, that isn't necessary It's a bright night and I can easily find my way. And don't worr; about me, I can twist Zad arounc my little Onger." He was helpless. She .wasn' the kind ol a woman a man could order about, nor could he force her to stay. He watched her ride away proud and imperious, with the feeling that the romance between them, once the most importan thing in his life, was forever at an end. Jess Williams grunted, "I don'i like that woman." "Cass is all right," Pete defended. "I think she'll be able to take care of herself, no matter what happens down,there." "And I think you had belter move camp." "Nonsense! Cass wouldn't betray us." Pete scofled "But are you sure that Indian you call Smith didn't follow you here?" "He's deaf as a post. Besides, he's asleep." THE next day Pete walked toward Pangeneet A man on foot could keep oul ol sight where a horseman wouldn'1 have a chance, and Tobey's Indians might be anywhere There was ctill n message lor Nate at Pctc'i otd pen to Betty, but her father could be relied upon to press the search for her without cessation. His own ize this vicious outlaw nest oy lestroying its commander He told Walter what he intended .._ ____ ______ _ ........ ______ which Zad Barnes has amassed had t 0 do. and he urged the boy lo try evidently caused her to betray to reach Pangeneet But he knew Walter would stick to him, no matter what he did. i AS soon as darkness settled they Silently, he retraced his steps began to move. Pete was to the old camp, the Indian boy by his side. There was no haven here, for if put to the torture old Jess might be forced to tell everything he knew. He dared not even leave the message for Nate, but destroyed it before they headed on into the hills amazed at how much longer it took to cover the distance on foot than it had on horseback Vet they had gained the river before the time he had planned to move into the enclosure. It wouldn't do to try anything before midnight. He was aware They,were on foot, and without that Zad might be expecting a des- food. At dawn they were lucky fool-hens with rocks, but as yet, ;hey dared not build a fire to cook them. Pete questioned the boy, and learned that there had been several white men, including Gabe Cox. who had taken Jess back to Two Rivers. And Walter had recognized Tobey himself among the tlndians. They had climbed to a point peration move such as. he was enough to knock over a couple of contemplating. There probably trom where they could look down nto Two Rivers, and Pete felt the freatcst cnown. hatred tie had ever would b€ sentinels out. and if Indians they would be invisible until they were within knife reach. He ordered Waller to stay bark. Out without any great faith that he would be obeyed. When he looked back there was no sign o! Walter Pete reached the end of the' court unobserved, and paused to size up the situation. It was light enough to sec that Narraguts was no longer squatted in Ironi of Cass's door He had a momentary qualm that Zad might nave suspected her motives for her trip to He and Walter could not hope to ong survive where they were. High Valley, in which case a guard Tobey's Indians would be search-imight no longer be needed Cass ng for them. They had covered :would no longer oe there He dis- heir tracks well, but they saw In- missed this, because the Indian'? dfans so close that they feared absence was proof of her perfidy. heir Irjiil had somehow been dis-Now Zad's trust was mmplctc- H'd'AT ;T i-CCK-J LIKE! MELLO WAKE KOCK.ET 6O...NOWME FI&UKE HOW TO STOP IT! They might try to make their way back lo Pangencet, but that was what Zad and Tobey would be expecting them to do, and their chances of making it were not more than one in 50. By nightfall he had made up his mind. He had_ invaded Two Rivers before, and he would try it again. This time he would destroy Zad Barnes. 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