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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, October 02, 1947, Image 13

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CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I
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THIS WEEK’S SPECIALS Al THE
USED
CAR
EXCHANGE
WITH
PRICES!! !
-SLASHED- i
*
!947 PLYMOUTH 2 DOOR $91 7C j
Was $2295. NOW . 4.1 I |
1947 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR $91 7 C
Was $2325. NOW . LUO
1946 CHRYSLER HYLANDER 4 DOOR SOOCft
Was $3250. NOW . 4.1 JU
1942 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR $19CA
Was $1375. NOW . 14i»JV
1940 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER $11 7C
Was $1475. NOW .. * 1 4 °
1941 OLDSMOBILE CONVERTIBLE Gray $1 99 C
Was $1650. NOW . 1 J4.J
1942 DODGE $ 7Cft
Was $1095. NOW . 1
1934 FORD COUPE $ 1 QC
Was $375. NOW .
1933 DODGE 2 DOOR $ 1 7C
Was $295. NOW . 1 1 °
T-R-U-C-K-S
1941 CHEVROLET PICKUP $ QOC
Was $1275. NOW . uLO
1941 FORD 1 Vi TON $ C7A
Waa $895. NOW.. OI U
1S41 DODGE PICKUP $ 7QC
Was $1095. NOW . I vD
The Above Cars Are Right And
The Terms Are E-A-S-Y!
D. & E. Used Car Exchange
Remember The New Location
THIRD AND MARTIN STREETS
MARION DuBOSE and SAM EARLE
James Bradshaw and Dan Gore, Salesmen
,0-2
COPS. MB BY IgA gRVTCt. INC. T. M. MO. M. 8. PAT. Off.
"PastI Mother, may I use your eyelashes?"
WHY WE SAY by STAN J COUINS t L. J StAWSON
BACK HIM „
INAMIkUTE*
! Back used in the sense of lending finan
cial support traces its origin to the com
mercial practice of signing checks on
the back. COM n« sy c:Nt»Ai ruTutts /oAs
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This Funny World
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M —(g» trtLE MAGAZINE
'Manicure? No, thanks—I bite mine."
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS
1. Wan
0. Amazon
estuary
9. Gourd-like
fruit
lO.Sandarac
trees
12. Sacred bull
13. Disentangle
14. A sleeping
car
17. Goddess of
djscord
18. Source of
light
19. Biblical citj
20. Grown old
21. Town
(Prussia)
22. Quality of
being raw
24. Test for ore
25. Go ahead
23. God of
pleasure
31. Talk bom
bastically
32. Music note
33. Emmet
34. Proten water
35. Perfume
37. Glitter
39. Portico (Gr.)
40. Decoration
for valor
41. A knot of
wood
42. Licks up
43. Covered with
■mall figures
(heraldry)
DOWN
1. A kind of
overskirt
2. Foreigners
S. Fail to win
4. Half an em
5. Young
salmon
6. Constellation
7. Plunder
8. Rugged
mountain
crests
9. A billiard
stroke
11.,Vehicles with
runners
15. Pocketbook
16. Rubber ends
of pencils
20. Some
23. Walks
through
water
24. Division of
a play
25. That which
refracts light
26. Feminine
name
27. American
Indian
28. A kind of fowl
29. To call for a
repetition
30. Rob
35. Lampreys
YeiUrtty’i Aiiwn
36. Serf
38. Short sleep
41. General
Secretary
(abbr.)
CRYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation
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SGBH MSD SFXSDVM WBNED FA
MSD QGHC — EFEDJG.
Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: LET MY NAME WITHER, SO LONG
AS FRANCE BE FREE’—DANTON.
^HAN ANNtE---- “ TRUTH WILL MAKE MEN FLEE
_ _"n-S WORSE? (VS T VEAH, AND WE SAMS A CERTAIN BKJ SHOT
I cfCM 'V vfohI THAT'S THE TRUTH-GAWS GOT STREETS HAS THE PAPERS HID IN
MADE A MINT O' THAT BROKE A SAFE. IN HIS HOUSE
B^^TA^r CRAFT OUT OF 7H= UP IN SIX HE EVEN. PRINTS WHAT'S
^ BUT ITAtHT- ££*3 CONTRACT- MONTHS- IN CERTAIN LETTERS
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—that
OLD
5AYINS
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POWDER
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NO JOKE
IN TNI*
CASE /
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THIS UP IN TIME TO HELP ME WITH * 60 ON WITW>OT HIM
l NOSE BIG-WIGS, I'LL HAVE TO UNaE tTiL^ AND '
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ER, LOS LOCO...EXPLNN TO JOIN US NT THE
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GASOLINE ALLEY- HOW’S BUSINESS ' "
THE a A. BUNCH THAT ^ ALL RINDS. BUT THE OLD THERE ISN’T AN EIGHT-CYLINDER GUY
^AREN'T YOU \ THE G.A. GARAGE C0ME 'N HERE AKE ALL ' GEEZERS ARE THE BEST. THE THAT WON’T COUGH UP TWO BITS TO
■ LONESOME FOR ISN’T A BAP PLACE W 010 BIRP6- ^ABOUT '©UNG SQUIRTS ARE FUN BUT WATCH ME PUT AIR IN HIS TIRES,
f YOUR OLD TO WORK, ElOISE. / j CUSTOMERS ? THEY DON’T LOOSEN UP.
I CASHIER'S JOB BESIDES, A FIGURE f ' IPi |T
ryiERE, ISABEL ?^JS WASTED HERE
DR. ROBBS
TO RECAPTURE GIBRALTAR'S ) EFFIE ?! I AT THE SIGHT OP I’LL MARKS
wucdp Aoe wP LOST MEMORY.. BY CALLING Sl J EFFIE, HIS MEMORY THEM - TO *
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OUT OUR WAY By J. B. WILLIAMS
BOOTS
we’ve HEARD FOLKS OFTEN ASKIN’
WHY cowboys all wear boots,
BUT IT SEEMS A BIT LIKE ASKIN’
WHY BALLOONS HAVE PARACHUTES.
MEN WHO PUT THEIR FOOT IN TROUBLE
EVERY DAY ER JUST ABOUT
ARE BOUND T'SEE A MOMENT
Jrwillianv, WHEN THEY WANT T’GIT IT OUT. fQ., •
OUR BOARDING HOUSE Wilh MAJOR HOOPLE
‘WITHOUT **1 WE WERE RE AD V IP £6AD,YAS/ HEH-HEH 1
QUOTING TWOM TO HELP THE — EASY WHEN You »
CHAPTERS % CORONER KNOW HOW/—- BURKE
FROM AN OLD.#IDENTIFY YOUR.^fL SIMPLY ADAPTED ONE OF
NOVEL, CAN I, GRUNTER'S TORSOM my OLD GRECO-Rom.an •
YOU SLIP US /A BUT BURKE M TACTICS KNOWN AS THE
THE INSIDE/ / CROSSED US UP) A "REFLEX. CONCUSSION'* -
DOPE OlN \l AND WOVE THE f/ —-SEIZING A MAN'S •
HOW 8URKE // GUY INTO A r-^L ( ANKLES AND MANIPULATING
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