/ MONDAY, NOT. 8, 1901 BLTTHEyfLtE (ARK.) COURIER XEW8 OVt •OARDINO HOUSI — with tVUfor PATRIOTISM ' SO ALL 1 A6K 14 ,-fHAT V30 TU£ MONEY He RECLAIMED :V^..^»»\FROM Political Announcements Th« Courier News Is authorized lo announce the following candidates for the general election, November 4. i For Alderman Second Ward J. L. "Jodie" Naber» L. D. Wade For Municipal Judg* O. W. Barham FOR SALE Concrete «•! verts, 12 Inch to 4* inch, plain or mnforml. Also Concrete BviUlng Blocks eheap- cr than limber for haras, chicken houses, pimp houses, tenant honses, tool sheds. W« dellrer. Call ms for freo estimate. ' OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phono Ml EILL^/ALHCK RWEAR DOC1MOT KHfTHI WfARER W««MtR THAN WHITf HANNIL Don't forfet to cheek with is on yonr automobile Insurance. Then U >n accident should occur, the insurance company v ill be there to help you every step o( the way, as well as' to protect you (Proof Next Week) BLACK IS NOT A COLOR (from last week) "•lark:' Harinf little *r no power to reflect light; absorbent of or without light; havtnr no spectral color." Funk * Waj- nalto New Standard Dictionary. V«U*fc-', T. M a* u.«. PM. oa. :of.. 1«<a fc, KA S^jMg **. "Oh, George, don't look to cross! I just saw all thos* shop-early signs and caught the Christmas spirit!" FUEL OIL G.O.POETZOILCO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Off ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land OUT OUR WAY FRECKLIS AM» Mf PtIIHA IW TH 1 OF A BALE OF US/ WITH O06 WIRE CUT . . WAV/ HE'S M ITMOW- WIRE AKtt? CWJT JUST KEEP WALKING tLL-TOUReACKHQM;, FROSH---I'LLTAKE OVER. FROM H6RE/ <t00tl! Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newi Classified Ads 4JNCE WELKIH AT THE IF YOU WAOT A fOK. IN£TANCE,THEgE<5> AAIAIZA WHO, i AM TOLD, is ONE -TOO IN THE HEAETS-AND-FLOlVEP-i TO COTTON TO TU& JOB. FIRST I'LL MEET AMM2A AND THE •s^\ • EEST'LL BE EASY... ITMI6HT BE WELL. TDCULTU'Are HIS FEIEN'PS WUUtf. THE "(3'vvlTtf HER 1-5 BAER1E PLANETEEK.. Television- Ton ite, Tomorrow APPIUCHfW WELKINS WMCT, Memphis, Channel MONDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER :00 Evening Serenade :!5 News' :00 National Comm. tor Elsen- THE WAY YOU AND MR. BOTTS ARGUE. 1 . 1 TME ELECTION N CAN'T BE • J THAT IMPORTANT DOES IT REALLY MAKE MUCH DIFFERENCE WHICH ONE eETS TO BE , IT DOES! MAKES A WITH, IF BOTTS'S CANDIDATE WINS... TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 XV MEAN THAT MO» NS45 SCihJft TO PLJU. A JO»WrrHTH*MESS£kl- SSB'S LMFOK*».MV »O>» An SOWS TO MAKE A OJCH HP5T ' MO? WHAT\ HOW O4WXXJ •*-> /VAILMAN'5<CLBAMMS SLIP UNIFORM?/FOLJNt7 AT THE. WARNING ORDER In (he Chincery Courf, Chlck»- sawba District, Mississippi County. Arkajius. Ethel McNeil, Ptf, VI.. . No. 17,313 George McNeil. Dft. The defendant. George McNeil, is hereby .warned to appear within thirty days In the court named. Iri th« caption hereof and answer the complaint , of the plaintiff, Ethel McNeil. c . Dated thU 13th day of October, 1M2. Harvey Morris, Cleric By Cherry Sue Barnes, D.C. - IOj20-27-U'3-10 -\ Founded In 1166, the: Medical Society of New Jersey is the oldest unit of "organized medicine" In the United States. Xmas Gift Suggestion a camera from BARNEY'S! Choose a camera as a Xrnas gift NOW! Use oor conVenient layaway plan. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS ZOOS W. Main Phone 3647 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best-Prices Kirby Drug Stores ECOND MAN on ft* Ticket I | "•••• T»aaa» ttar^ ss» HH.VI, *aM- I though It was a weekday night [Apparently ah* observance el (Warburton Day had already befun j*n Hyde County. The Casino was » juke-bor Joint, with booths E iaJong th« waH and space for dane- anj; in the center, but tonight the juke box was silent and its spectral colors did not flow. W« lound Clyde and Ginny a> a remote wall booth, and toe greeting I received from Clydt was .hardly a greeting at all, although jhis eyes approved of Lucy He jwas silling beside Ginny, drinking |bccr/and he made no move to rise. [The bench opposite was unoccupied, and Lucy and I sat down. "Roy," Clyde said. "I've been thinking it's peculiar the way you keep popping up. You were in Hydetown last night when I got here, and this morning you showed up on that train with Ruth iWarburton, Ginny tells me. How do you do it?" "Clyde," I said, -for your information, Mrs. Warburlon's temperature shot up a full degree " "Then it's 105 now," Ginny said. "That's pretty high " -Yes," I said. -Oh, quit kidding," Clyde said His face was flushed, and in another man I might have thought the cause was a sense of shame at his behavior. He pointed a finger at me and snid, "He won't get away with hitting a member of the press." "Why don't we forgcl all that?" Ginny Perkins said softly. "Let's have fun." S Clyde fingered his left eye He glanced at Ginny who said, "No, I don't see anything yet Don't worry about it." "I'm getting a mouse, though," he said. "I can feel it. Let me have your compact, Ginny." He look it from her and held the mirror up to his eye. "It's beginning to swell," he said morosely. "Right here by the nose. See Ginny." ' She pul her hand oo ho and •said tttxierty, rSweetic; stoat worry about it." "Clyde, Ginny's right," I said. "Let's forget K. Let's h»v« a drink." 'A drink?" h« 5 a I d. -This county is dry, except for beer." "They serve setups," Ginny said! "But you have to bring your own bottle." "There must be some place hi Hydetown we can get a bottle," I said. • ' •Yes, I know a .place," Ginny said. "Then suppose I get one," I said. "How about coming with me and showing me where to go?" "All right," Ginny said, and Lucy gave me an approving glance. But as Ginny started to her feet Clyde said, "Not so fast. You're horning In a little bit, aren't you, Roy?" "I don't think so." "I think so." He sent the words sliding out of the corner of his mouth in the tough-guy way of talking h« affected. "Ginny's my dale." Lucy said, "Let'j all go." Clyde looked across at me, suddenly shrugged. "Oh, all right. You and Ginny go, Roy. But hurry back." He gave me a one-sided grin. "I'm in a pretty lousy mood tonight I don't get clipped by a potential Vice President every d*y." He put his palms on the table and pushed himself to his feet "And I don't like it," he said. Abruptly he wnlkod away. • * • T TOOK Ginny's arm. As we passed through the door, I saw Clyde talking with Melvln Fisher, (he mayor of Hydetown and the Governor's old enemy. Ginny called out, "Hello, Mel," and waved as we went out. In the car on the way to town I asked, "Why the big conference with Melvin Fisher, do you suppose?" "How should I know?" "You know so much," I said. Ginny smiled. "Well,''I can guest You ice, Clyde doesn't think Mrs. Warburlon is sick at ill.". . TATER, with two pint bottles between us, and we were going back on the highway, I turned to Ginny. "Why don't we go somewhere else?" She studied my (ace. "You mean not back to the casino?" "They'll be happy together," I said. "No, definitely we must go back," she said. 'We can give one pint to a waiter to take to them, and we can keep the other," I said. "How about it, ninny? We haven't seen much of each other. I,et's go someplace where we can talk." "There's simply no other place to go," she said firmly. "The light's green, Roy. Go on." 1 turned back onto O. S. 1, toward the glow o[ neon lights, bright in the autumn night. As 1 drove slowly toward the casino she said softly, "I'm sorry, Roy. I'd love to go on with you somewhere, but you know I can'L 1 have a dale with Clyde." "He has Lucy." She said thoughtfully, "she's very pretly." 'Yes," I said. 'Her clothes cost a lot," Ginny added. "She must gel a big salary." I let that pass. I could not ten her that Lucy Slrawn's dress belonged to Ruth Warburton's expensive wardrobe; it would seem a little ghoulish to Ginny for Lucy to be wearing Ruth's dress. 1 nosed the car Into the parking area, and as she started lo open the door I pul my hand on her shoulder ami said, "Walt a minute." She met my eyes for an Instant. "They'll be wailing for us, Roy." . My hand caressed her. shoulder, "Ginny, you've been worrying me." "Why should I worry you, Roy?" She smiled fninlly, and made no move to get out of the car. I leaned forward and tried to kiss her, bul there was only a brushing of our lips as she drew back. "Ginny," I said, "I want to get you out of Hydetown." (To Be Continue*) hower t 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Cisco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:00 Citizens for Eisenhower 9:30 National Vols.'for Stevenson 10:00 Citizens for Eisenhower 11:00 Man vs. Crime 11:30 bzzie &. Harriett '' 11:45 News • 12:00 Sign Off 7:00 Today 7:25 News . 7:30 Tortay 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 News 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Campaign Call 10:00 Citizens for Eisenhower 10:15 Film Penturette 10:30 Strike It Rich 1T:00 Storyland 11:15.Love of Lite 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning,Meditation" 12:00 News 15 Farm News 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Ouidlng Light 1:15 Film Fealurette ' 1 :30 Hoinemaker's Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Welcome Travelers 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawkins Falls 4:15 Gabhy Hayes '4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Berl Olswanger 5:15 News 5:25 Sports . 5:30 Film Featurette 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan , 7:00 Circus Hour 8:00 'Election Returns C) Until a deftnile decision h: been made. IMPORTED Holland Bulbs Chixne jonrs right awaj while selections are complete. TULII'S, DAFFODILS, HYACINTHS, CROCUS, AND MANY OTHERS. 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