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I 1 “I DON’T LIKE HER ‘HOLIER THAN THOU’ ATTITUDE.’* i ' ' 11 i LETTER-OUT BY CHARLES H. JOSEPH. Letter-Out for a possessive pro 1 HERBIST noun 1 _ _ _ _ Letter-Out for a cotton material. r\ CALORIC l _ __ Letter-Out for King of Tyre who rt MORIAH helped build Solomon's temple. J 4,_ Letter-Out and he cripples. a MIMOSA 4 S Letter-Out and gardens need p SKEWERED 5 Remove one letter from each word and rearrange to spell the word called for In the last column. Print the letter In center column opposite the word you have removed It from. If you have “Lettered-Out” correctly Answer to yesterday’s LETTER-OUT. _ I /-s | Letter-Out for passageways. 1 CALTROPS | C | p0RTALS 1 2IIII Letter-Out for strikers. n BREATHES | H| beaters 2 3 1 | I Letter-Out for one who bends 0 PORTOISE I I | ST00PER 3 4____ III Letter-Out and you hear a cow. . LOOMING 1 L 1 mooing 4 5 1 r\ | I>tter-Out and it's wanting in e MISLEADS | D | AIMLESS 5 ’ (Copyright. 193«.) I Daily Cross-Word Puzzle Across. 1. Fresh. 6. Becoming. 9. Respect. 14. Quay. 15. A biblical city. 16. Decrease. 17. Toward the left. 18. Limits. 20. Gold. 21. Dealt with. 23. Steep flax in water. 24. Examines closely. 26. Imputes. 28. To guard. 29. Scene of public contest. 31. Mimicking. 33. A Gael. 34. Coats with a chemical element. 38. Plunder. 39. Minister to. 40. A, single thing. 41. Cone of silver amalgam for retort ing. 42. A canal. 43. Studded. 44. Weary. 46. A turn. 47. A one-seeded fruit. 60. Dried grapes. 53. To low. 64. Rare. 57. Acquired. 58. Entertains. 60. Music of lyric poetry. 62. One kiloliter. 63. Gnaw. 64. Musteline animal. 65. Flatfishes. 66. Jejune. 67. Native of a European kingdom. Down. 1. Amorphous substance. 2. Put again in a vessel. 3. A development. 4. Perpetually: poet. 5. Process of forming meshes. 6. Defies. 7. Layer of the iris. 8. Direction of sunrise. 9. Indurate. 10. Japanese sash. 11. Mother-of-pearl. 12. Musteline animal. 13. Is based. 19. Cylindrical. 22. Color of light on port side. 25. Having a toothed margin. 27. Silly. 29. Pungent. 30. To card wool. 31. A high mountain. 32. An Hawaiian food. 33. Dry. 35. Spu-. 36. Scandinavian brownie. 37. Pen. 39. Placid. 43. Vessels where steam is generated. 45. Accustoms. 46. To bleat. 47. Wrong. 48. A million reis. 49. Inn. 50. Impaired by disuse. 51. Celebrated. 52. Garment for the neck. 55. Practiced customarily. 56. Flaw in the surface of steel. 59. Prior to. 61. Not spun or twisted. Mines Washed Ashore. For the second time within a fort night a mine has been washed up on the English coast near Sussex. A mine was seen near the shore by a hotel resident at Selsey. Coast guards from Selsey identified it as a practice mine from H. M. S. Vernon, the Ports mouth torpedo school. - - t * Lepers Given 2,000 Pipes. When,Toe H of Ceylon recently is sued an appeal for pipes for lepers who are unable to smoke Cigarettes, the lepers received 2,000 pipes. Dur ing a recent malaria epidemic the organization asked for containers for. medicine and the doctors and dis pensers received Q0H> bottles. DAN DUNN Secret Operative 48 —By NORMAN MARSH SCAN THE WALLS CLOSELV—H NOTHING MUST &E i OVERLOOKED-THOSE J THREE BANDITS. SHELIA, J JUG AND HEINIE WMO HELD UP THE BANK ( v OCCUPIED THIS ) O.K., PLACE/y--^DAN/^I I'LL EXAMINE TVItS CLOSET—WM~ MO CLOTHES IN IT GIVE ME A CHAIR SO I CAN LOOK AT ^THE SHELVES* <S)c MOPE DAN DOES NOT OVERLOOK WHAT BABS HAS WRITTEN ON THE WALL— , BUT LET US TURN TO THE THREE FLEEING CRIMINALS m -V LETS SET HOLD 1 OF SHANGHAI PETE HE'LL GIVE US A GOOD PLACE TO ^ HIDEOUT / TMATS THE V BEST MOVE I'VE KNOWN HIM FOP YEARS*~ HE AND I USED TO WORK TOGETHER/ | SHELIA/ / BUT WHAT > / ARE VOU GOING I TO DO WITH i ke—i-r \ W-WANT TO / JA5EE MR. DAN'1 YOU SHUT UP/ \ WE HAVEN'T ANV TIME TO 1 POOL WITH YOU NOW MR. AND MRS. On the Trail of a Tonic I DonT Feel So €ooD. | Think. )LL HAVE This Tonic PUT UP A6ain » - -- - — UMAT Tonic is That f* *et me see The BoTtle —n— --s— Th»S iSNtyooR Ionic This Label says 4 -7- 32 (“ "— M ° lT ^AS ABOUT 7h AT Time # Doc snabbei* pkesceibed # r To*. ME, UJASMT rTf> // ****-■ % __ - Lets See if Thebes Any Smell left Tell By That, Maybe ^ Let ME Smell ir illkhoui ——t <£)l»34 H y.TKI»W,HlC | >bU NEVER. “TookTHiS. I "THINK. ‘This was Something The DocIor <save ME 7-7~-—— --- oh, heck! Forget it. • ill-T/Lke a Coupla — quinine pills -1 LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. —By GRAY IT SURE IS A BIG 1 COUNTRY- TH’ BEST I WAY TO FIND THAT OUT I IS TO TURN YER BACK I TO AN OCEAN AND i START WALKIN' IN j£ ONE DIRECTION 2-20-36 WE DON’T SEEM TO BE GETTIN’ ANYWHERE THERE’S THAT MOUNTAIN WITH TH’ SNOW ALL OVER IT- ITS BEEN MIGHTY NEAR IN TH’ SAME PLACE FOR TWO DAYS "*»■.. ~^ .it most likely IT’LL BE ANOTHER COUPLE O’ DAYS, LAT THIS RATE, PORE WE LOSE IT, TOO -_ Bit sure makes yoh \ WFUL LITTLE- live tf CITY AMD YOH CAM ■ K YER PRETTY BIG « >ES- BUT OUT HERE? ■ A GIANT WOULD FEEL ^ ORTANT AS AM UNDER BEETLE ON A BATTLE FIELD^J >T rw.t.tv*«m.m. t Km s»»!>™». MOON MULLINS. A Bad Business Deal —By WILLARD P AMO SO W a APTFP S f THINKI/MO IT i\ I OVER, I MR Me TITTER5, 1 t HAVE DECIDED L MOT TO 1 ^ — i i HELLO! 1 LOOK AT THAT | GUY/ WHEM DID HE GET OUT i OF THE J / HOSPITAL, 4 k ANYWAY? i Ref U ft ?a\ Off Corv-'rK 1036. by Cbirajro Trib’jne-N. V News Syndicate. In? ( THE POOR SAP TRIED TO f) back out of a business ' DEAL WITH ME AND I , JUST NATUPALLY LOST \m^tempe^^—\ K what' YOU 6IVE H/M $2,000 — FOR THAT V JOINT? «e> l Yes sip, SAM I'LL AJEVeR TRY TO 8 EAT AAIOTHER. TRAIM TO A CROSSIMG' REG’LAR FELLERS. A Crime Wave —By GENE BYRNES hereS a pitcher OF A FELLER WHO ROBBED A JEWELRY •STORE OF FIFTY THOUfAN’ DOLLARS wortha jewels ! --- AN' HEREi A 5TORY ABOUT A RICH FELLER WHO PUT HI5 POOR OLE MOTHER V FATHER IN THE POORHOUSE r . AN TUI* FELLER. 5HCft A PLEECEMIN.' .GOSH fff -C— OID YOU EVER. DO ANYTHING TERRIBLE, PINHEAD ? V ™ ONEY ONCET * I KEPT \ LIBRARY BOOK OUT TOO LONG AN't WAS FINED \ THREE CENT/ f • MESCAL IKE. Can’t You Read, Mescal? —By S. L. 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