The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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, ATOIL », It BLi-rn B Ta,I,B (ARK OUR BOARDING HOUSE with M.jor Hoopk THE BELL 8 AD , A1I6TAH MAJOR THAT HOSS we INVESTED PSHAW.'CHEER DP, JASON HERE'S A 'TENDER TO HEAL WOUNDS/ , AS CICERO SAID, rJOTHlrlG DRIES 600rJER THA.M A TEAR KEH-HEH.' WE OLD gOVMOST HAVE A ROLL. THAT A COBRA COULDtl'T KISHT/ USUALLY ' A ttrA6 t A MOURNIN6 8ANOOM HI6 ARM. 1 BOAT',' DRIFTED IN) FOR SALE Political Announcement's Subject, to Preferential Election July 3D, 1952 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY • PHILLIP J. DEEK I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk OERALDINE L1STON -Vat Slate Senator SEN. LEE BEARTJEN For Stale Hep. KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oals, Alfalia, Lespedcza, Clovers, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blyrheville Soybean Corp. Phone 6856 - 1800 Went Main HE KNOWS YOUR CAR If you want to entrust your c.ir (o a mechanic who will do his best to fix it properly — at a minimum cost to you ~ come to T. I. Scay Motor Co. Try us next time. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Thonc 2122 Concrete cttlrettt, 12 Inch to IS inch, plain or reenforced. Alu Concrete Building Hi.cki ch»p- er than limber for burns, chicken hoisei, pimp h»«wi, t«n*nl homes, tool «hrdt. We delifer. C»I1 »s f«r fre« eitimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone ««t ) COURTER NEVTS _ "Sis is having a complete nervous breakdown—she hasn't got a date for the dance Saturdav ni^htr- PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 » Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land ARKANSAS BLUE TAG CERTIFIED COTTONSEED 80-85-91% sermlnalion. dellnUa and treated ARKANSAS CERTIFIED BLUE TAG OGDEN SOY BEANS 80-85% jermlnation CORN AND HAY FOR SALE EARL MAGERS, Phone 2811, Dell, Ark. Notice to Farmers: ROBERT I" I>ORTCH SEED FAHMS MRS. HOWARD BOWEN Day Phone 6218 Night ['hone 8061 Located 300 yds. So. of city limits, Hivvav fil THE STORY. A Ton,, no In b * ml**fjjjr Inurt Slarnfr Crnvj Inrklirokrr drni nnu Am«-» \ Jil. . .n.lc on Dolly or Cr.iVfifh. Fl( XXV "J'M trying to get a tew fncts to support a nouon, that's all," 1 told Sally Cravath. "If I'm right, and Ames ivas murdered the way 1 think he was. calling in the tear every- police now would thing apart,'/ "Why?" "Because then the murderer ctnihint by induced on any pre- <r. v again in that exact 'You're asking You want me to If, text to way. Sally bit her a lot, -Km Orth go along while you try "to prove some idea you're not even sure of Suppose Uncle Marney or somebody else gets killed?" Tm taking all rcnsonable pre- camtons an,! so , s your unc | e ". "That, I would have to sec But what do 1 do? Twiddle' my thumbs? How ore vou going to get the murderer to make another I'd seen that one coming and 1 had a reply, the best 1 could think or. I vc got to cveaic an urgency " i of™h"!Vi ! Vou'llpuUoneout! I said, trine wearily "Look Snliy. Kor my dough, you're a girl' o, better than average intelligence so } -,,u must know I'm (ond of you' Mi.shly fond as the big strong men in big Kits have it if ] knew you wore worried and unsure in your mind about somc- thma I wouldn't badgoi you like you re oadgcring ine tonight." Which, I thought, should have been her -ue to go all Swecli feminine, understanding and apologetic. She missed her cue. "That," she said, and the nurry- ing twilight brought me a suggestion of lovely eyes narrowed "is as clumsy a way as I've heard o turning an embarrassing conversation. But we'll leave it the way you want iL Mist-er Orlh." "Okay," 1 said, though I didn'i want to go in at all. And I added gratuitously: "And let's hope we get peace and quiet tonight." We got it. The evening passed normally, even perfunctorily. But although 1 didn't suspect at the lime, it was only an hiatus, a kind of "breather." The dead-calm before the hurricane, as it were the uneasy apprehensive stillness that warns the wise to wariness •^THEN f woke up next morning mess ot Wmdover. It came^down like steel spikes hurled out ot a sullen gray sky. The terrific downpour did stop soon. But then 3 Tiodcralcd rain took over and that lunch was over Cravath went straight back to the library This time he took Eve Wheeler intl Jack Dumonl with him The subject matter o( that proposed conference wasn't hard (o guess But it wns a gathering from which f was excluded. Well, feeling forlorn and unnecessary, I browsed around, nnally I went to the billiard- •oom. I'd liecn there about an hour *hen 1 heard a light step and Eve Wheeler wandered in. "Hi Orth," she said, smiling her sleepy smile. "I heard click- clicks and came to see who was still alive. Nobody else | s anywhere else. This place might as well lie the morgue." I nodded. "Worse. But the last time I saw you. you had companions." t was remembering her going into the library with Cravath and Dumont She gave me a queer look. Thcre lasted When ;eemed to be 3 kind or warm subdued glow in her dark eyes Pretty swell companions they *'ere too. Orth. (f you only knew!" Well, 1 did know, or thought I did. Cravath & Company, as represented by its two senior partners, had just insisted upon making formal restitution, probably aver Eve's protesL But I wasn't supposed to know anything. I popped at an easy billiard, missed, and said, "Well what happened to them?" "Oh. (hey had things to do Marncy's gone to talk to the gardener and Jack said he was po- ing to take a nap." I put my cue in the rack 1 wanted—in fact, 1 needed—to talk to Eve Wheeler, "Liking Windover, Orlh?" she isked presently. "A lot goes on around here" She turned, raking me with JJack eyes, wide open and penetrating now. "That isn't what 1 meant." I leaned against the billiard able and tried to make her lead again. "What did you mean?" "You really want lo know?" "I asked, didn't I?" yiE came over to me. She had a peculiar smooth walk, almost i glide. "Look, Orth," she said "I'm 'ery fond of tlie Cravaths. Both ir (hem. Marney and Sally. I've watched you. And you're just an- -ither one. I think, another «uv md Sally's had hundreds Bui 'ou could be a lot better than an iver-ambiliotis pipsqueak and a ccrciary who's definitely on the make." I blinked, "I—r don't gel you." She shook my hands. "I'm try- ng to tell you something for your wn good. Ames Warburton is cad and it's rotten lo slander he dead. But I didn't like Ames nd I knew him well, lie was full f schemes and plans, (or Ames Varburlon. Sally was too nice for im. And as for this sniveling owlowing rcpresrcd little She paused, as if thrown ' of! Iririe by h tr own word cascade here was a momentary and em-' arrassing silence. Then 1 .aid uietly though surprised, "Would ou me-sn Dave Sladcn?" (To B« Continued) PAffB FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. WHI<«m ( NOT AA1KJE/ HAIN'T THIS OWE ENOUGH TO THlWK. ABOUT Rk&HT WOW, WITHOUT THINKIW ABOUT ALL.TR 1 REST OF THEM? V'f v-GF&nsr*™***?®*. OOF/. fc,, Y /^ IF I Tcieo TO PICK UP YOU'D MAW To PC(t SIDEWALK / . EAR^WONCS ) WELPW& TOO MUCH OF THE Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads fe^;r* r tt^i"™™ OH C\tfH^ 16 F-LA4WE-D • /--./-» IM AM^« nnr - ~..., THE ^UPPLV •SCHEDULE TfclL-i IHi/lLLWENEED TO KNOW. WE'LL IIAV FOUEHOUR-iTODO C»e JO5. / IDErt^ DOWHSTAIC*. /HOW COME YOU ALWAVs DECIDE FROM NOW ON I'LL NOW GET YOUR COATS S1VE THE ORDERS! QOINJQ TO THE r- TMOVIES.' T—<i WE'RE Q01N& I'LL MAKE THE AVEAM VOujASSOLUTELV TUB? AMP KAIL AKE' ' LEVEL vou TW£ .JEWELS WILL VYAlTlNe FOIZ MDU W THE MIDOLg Of THE LIKS TO guy TWO THIN, HOLLOW srrei *o0s PLEASE. 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