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ι\\\\η ■ "Τ\ ν.| \·ΠIF™·;,.Λ._ "I HAD SUCH BAD LUCK WITH MY GARDEN THIS SUMMER THAT I DECIDED TO PULL UP THE VEGETABLES AND CULTIVATE THE WEEDS!" LETTER.OUT By Charles H. Joseph. TRUMPETS Letter-out end that s the war * sullen person talks. WESTERN Le'ter-out and that's what women want. FORESAIL Letter-out and .they defeat the plotters. FIRSTLY Letter-out and a vain person does it. KINDLES Letter-out for a "tie-up." Remove one letter from each word and rearrange to spell the word called for in the last column. Print the letter in ccnter column opposite word you have removed it from. If you have "lettered-out" correctly that's the way tf a pious person. Answer to Yesterday's LETTER-OUT. SEEING G Letter-out for a famous French river. SEINE. 1 2 3 4 5 SATURN U Letter-out and an actor does that. RANTS. STARLIT L Letter-out and they are our dis tinguishing characteristics. TRAITS. PARLEY L Letter-cut and he usually has the price. PAYER. GRUDGES is Letter-cut strength. and it signifies RUGGED. (Copyright. 1932.) Daily Cross-Word Puzzle Across. 1. Disputation. 10. Arise. 15. Translate. 16. Arabian gold coin. 17. Eastern kingdom. 18. Artifice. 19. Mother of Castor and Pollux. 20. Interjection. — 21. Nucleus. 22. Scottish. 24 Combining form for certain par ticiples. 25. Hebrew letter. 26 Supplicate. 27. A rodent. 28 Masses of floating ice. 29. Symbol for tantalum. 30. Seemingly. 32. Borders. 33 A ridge in knitted goods 34 S.ngle thing. 35. Babble. 36. Musical instrument. 37. Demand. 38. Discontinue. 39. Single. 40. Note of the scale. 41. Forcible push. 4L'. Form of nourishment. 43. A Christian Malay. 45. Preiixing meaning lialf. 46. Sun god. 48. Benefits. 49. Sketches. 50. Unit of measure. 61. A lizard: var. 52. The lepidosiren. 53. The Otaheite apple. 54. Feminine name. 56. Openings. 58. Crystal gazers. 59. Timely. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S FI ZZLE. Down. 1. Effeminate person: col. 2. A vegetable. 3. Chief god oi Memphis. 4. Edge. 5 A Benjamite. 6. An apparition. 7. Veracity. 8. Hebrew letter. 9. Suffix used in the names of rocks. 10. A Northwestern State: abbr. 11. Tile kilns. 12. Anoint. 13. Diffusion of rays. 14. Governable. 21. Persian fairy. 22. Aphorism. 23. The Philippine sweetsop 25. Fiber used in the manufacture o: ropes. 26. The cream. 27. Arabian garment. 28. A cinquefoil: heraldry. 30. Fits. 31. Unmerchantable. 32. A sbout of applause. 33. Tumult. 35. Coirtmçii laborers. 36. A marsh in South Africa. 38. Variety of trout. 39. Aspirations. 41. A sea duck. 42. Exile. 44. Sheeplike. 45. A falcon. 46. Split. 47. Leaning. 49. A dull person. 50. A pew. 52. Dibble. 53. Vandal. 55. Canadian province: abbr. 57. Asiatic tree. Tree Now Extinct. Most persons know that the true am bcr is a fossil resin derived from a trf which has never been adequate] identified by botanists. Some, howeve might be surprised to learn that ti ..ree has not existed for thousands ι ■ears, although it flourished in U Eocene and Miocene epochs, when tl earth turned on another axis, so thi the northern parts of Europe had tropical climate and were covered wil luxuriant vegetation such as now exis in equatorial America and Asia. Tl mysterious tree, according to Dr. Geori C. Wiliamson of the British Musew has now been identified es the "pini succiniiera." « sort ol UemUBVltae SlB The Cheerful Cherub When you really love the world Its lonely va.stness endsj And -ill tKe trees ajid plains î.nd st"a.rs And mountains a^re. your Friends. R.TCp . 4 pJ By Pop Momand Al's Through. J^NID IN THE | MEANTIME ■ AT rue hytona BeACH HOTEL. oni -rue level — believe it or mot, THAT 6UY EDDIE BOWERS.IS NOW SQUAWK IN ' "To STAY IN THAT HOSPITAL - IT SEEMS Me HAS A 600D LOOKING kJURSR "* AMD — He'S PAU.EN IN) LO^e WITH HER - NOW CTUST A LOVESICK PUP and ALWAYS WILL BE ! LET SOME θΑΘΤΥ ROLL HSR EVES AMD HE LIGHTS UP LIKE· A ROMAN CAMCX-E - WELL, EDDIE BOWERS-J ■YtXJ CAM STAV am' LIKE IT I'M - . THROU6H!· AÏvV * Every Wife Knows How It Is. HoW ABOUT 601NG OUT FopTeaToNKSHT"? HAVE pRACTtCALiy NoTrtlUÔ INTrtS HOUSE. To EAT V ; ^ J AW, GEE I poNT U/ANTTb ? Go out. AN/TSikJG >6u <SoT 1 is GOO> ENOUGH Fop (ΛΈ. 7CT <£■><«! M ν T».euMC,mc vSusT CEACKER.S ANt> MILK U)OUlt> t>0 Fop. ME . Oust a nibble π —I—Λ WELL, L0M6 AS you FEELlHAF WAyABotrr rr, all right ν 6 PEAT GoSM, ONLY Co LP HAM AHt> PoTATo SALAD IS TH\S ALU - ι UJE GoT FozTEA ? ^ WELL, SANDV- THERE VOU ARE- ) THERE'S COSMIC CITY DOWN f THERE- NOT A e>AD LOOKIN' I LITTLE TOWN— WHITE HOUSES / AN' PIOKET PENCES- BUT / WE'LL WAIT TILL TOMORROW / \TO LOOK IT OVER < ftv Bud Fisue.» Medicine for a "Sick" Man. HIS LITTLG SHIRT. AlU'T »T C.UTG. Γ MUST F|Mt> idfr. I'M BCotccM HCARTGD. r'M δΟΜΝΛ SGARCH n C£ftSLeSSL~V FOR HIM TILL r J ^VF'^ H,M^ ATTA Box SeaueM, it's almost tu» vwccws SIMCG. 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