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The Indianapolis times. [volume] (Indianapolis [Ind.]) 1922-1965, August 28, 1935, Home Edition, Second Section, Image 15

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AUG. 28, 1935
THE TINYMITES
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The little cowboy shouted
“Whoa! No farther are we going
to go until I meet these little tots.
I’ve ne'er seen them before.”
And then he jumped off to the
ground and. as the Tinies gathered
’round, he . c aid, “I saw you jerk your
thumbs. Now, tell me, what’s that
for?”
“Well,” Scouty said, “we're Tiny
mitr-s, and we are out to see the
sights. We’ve traveled all around
the world and had a lot of fun.
“We all were riding in a cart, un
til the biamed thing fell apart. The
beast that pulled us got real scared.
You should have seen him run."
Then Dotty chimed in. * Now
we’re here, and know of no place
that is near. In fact, we might say
we are lost, and don t know what to
do.
"Besides the pony that you ride,
you have another, bless his hide.
Perhaps you'd let us hop on him
and go along with you.”
———
This Curious World Ferguson
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IF the planets all traveled on the same plane, we frequently would
see them passing dirtxtly in front of each other. Since their orbits lie
in j: ines tipped at various or| gles. this is not a common occurence.
Pluto, the last of our planets to be discovered, travels on a path which
is inclined 17 degrees from that of the earth.
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NEXT— How many weights are needed on a balance scale, to weigh
any number of pounds from one to forty?
HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle 15 Without.
1 A former star
of the dia Q~oV_sMm AL A ftMfe C<•L 17 Taste,
mond Christy P4 £■& f : N~e'Q ALM&A t IS Tolerates.
Thin fabric. [L O 6 Ll* E J 20 Rubber tree
9 Lode ~JgQ PMCO Q A IBT ApF* 21 He was a
11 English coin. I -3 (pi.).
12 Stag i£ m||a'w FLAG O 22 Electrified
19 Therefore ftT l / ST A op RI\T ,E 5 particles.
14 You Es*TVfi MONACO AC A OTI ** Seized.
15 Hill slope. NuEieWe ITW/V*A T 26 Mathematical
16 Mineral ~u~Q A TWs VO 8 S MAG 7 6 terms.
spring AQ roTTfl 27 He played
1 . Story *“* L — l with a
1S Stain 34 Demonstrative 44 Linen fabric team.
19 Humble word 29 Labor.
petitionei 35 Grass color \ KRTICAL 30 Composition*
23 Row of a 36 To mention. 1 Bare. for two.
series 37 Christmas 2 Data. 32 To warble,
i 24 Prophet carol. 3 Toward. 33 Auctions.
*25 2000 pounds 3$ Enticements. 4To elude. 34 Precept,
ipl l 39 Song for 5 Existed. 35 Bile.
26 To become sad. one voice. 6To perch. 36 Rail (birdt.
2S Fondling 40 To sin. 7 Upon. 37 Tip.
30 Levees 41 Dangles 8 Fidelities. 38 Feather scarf.
31 Mining huts. 42 Clearer 10 Ship. 39 Total.
32 Melodies. 43 He was a 12S*'ord handle. 41 Pound.
33 Southwest. player. 13 Fern seed. 42 Father
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The cowboy smiled and said,
“Well, now, we ought to fix that up
somehow. I’d love to have your
company. We'd have a lot of
sport.
“My ranch, from here, is ’bout
a mile, and you could visit me a
while, unless you think that you'd
be scared, to hear my horses snort.”
Os course not,” snapped wee
Duncy. “Gee, we re just as brave as
we can be. What say we all get go
ing? We are wasting lots of time.
“I’m ready for some sort of thrill,
so hold your second horse real still,
and in about a jiffy on his little
back we'll climb.”
“All right.” replies the cowboy.
Then tickled both the wee girls
when he said, “You'd better ride
with me, to spread the heavy load.
“The two beasts can haul all of
us. and neither one will start a
fuss.” Soon, everybody was aboard,
i and on their way they rode.
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
C? YES.MULHAUSER—T NtVER I SAW HIMWHEN^p,
A APPRECIATE WHW * SWELL OC % HE LEFT SAID #0
T NEIGHBORHOOD THIS IS,UNTIL-TR \ S COT A* CAU_
A MAiOR GOES AWAY ON HIS VACATION / FRON\ WASHINGTON,V^
7 L WISH HE'D GO TOR A COUPLA YEARS,A TO STRAIGHTEN
fON ONE OT THOSE SCI ENT \T\C EXPEDITIONS 1 OUT SOME
I HE'S ALWAYS GASSING ABOUT ]-I SHAKE J PROBLEMS THAT
1 EVERY TIME I THINK OP HIM GOWNING /Y HAVE;
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
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A SAFARI! ARMED s'*AND ONLY L A NARROW PASS BE- HA/E TO STAY AT ) LET ME | WITH RUFE f ILL STAY L TO INVESTIGATE jARE' AND THE TOP OF A
MEN....AND LOTS /ONE THING TWEEN TWO HILLS.... THE OTHER END DO IT. I | BEHIND/Tt)UR ORDERS REPORTS OF A /MOUNTAIN ISNT THE ONLY
OF NATIVES.'/ LCOULD BRING IT’S ONLY WIDE WITH A RIFLE,AND / BLOCKED - CARRY ENOUGH ; \OLCAWO! WE'RE jTHING THAT'LL BE BLOWN
WASHINGTON TUBBS II
/WELL, I MUST SAY, GIRLS, \ OH, WE’VE N fay HATE 9 \ HEV ' WH£E£ VOU JUsA
THAT I'M 6LAD TO SEE VOU EEPORMED, * ” [P O I COME W?J HAD A
TREATIU6 THE ATHLETIC /MISS MyPAlef/X\ V RATE
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ALLEY OOP
WE FELL IN TO THIS SWAMP— BUT—^ p X-v v yU
whv'd this dumb d/no brimoXtare it £asv, i WSSw
US BACK HERE ? WE CANT.AGUZ-THERE
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When Lady Beth asked Niarchus if she were to
be flung into the waters of Lake Merodach, he
replied: ‘‘Thou art safe so long as thou dost not
question my authority. It is that one who will
be tested by the sacred waters.” He pointed to
a trembling girl encirclefl by a guard.
X "Red Goose" School Shoes Are Built to Take all the jL
Knocks that Boys and Girls CanJjive— Downstairs at Ayres
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
“She hath committed the sin of dancing,” the
priest continued; “and it is forbidden to dance 1
until the god Iskander cometh to us. In this net i
she shall be dropped thrice into the waters, and her I
sins shall be washed away. If her sins be too 1
grievous, she will not survive!” ]
—By Ahern
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At a sign from Niarchus, six youths came for
ward and flung the net over the sobbing girl and
secured a lava rock to it. While the Baalites knelt,
babbling frenzied praj’ers, the executioners seized
the ends of long ropes and began to swing the net
pendulum-like over the lake.
OUT OUR WAY
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The victim’s screams and pleas few mercy filled
the heart of the English girl with overwhelming
pity. She knew that she must cry out in protest
against this horrible rite, even though Niarchus
had warned her that if she defied his authority,
she would suffer a similar fate!
-come PAG*
—By Williams
—Bv Blosser
—By Crane
—By Hamlin
—By Martin

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