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WEBSTER—The Thrill That Comes Once in a Lifetime.
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If you have "Lettered-Out” correctly be does it to books. * Answer to Yesterday's UTTER-OUT. l| NOBLE j | - »• “• , 2 CAROLED j A | 2 3 STERLING | T | 3 * VERTICAL I I L*tt*r‘°ut tor * BtBB0 keyboard. . • S SIGHTLY 1 V I “ ” “* “* 5 I A I LIGHTS ** (OoavTisht, ieevj Brain Twizzler By PROF. J. D. FLINT. VLH1 ^HAVE a problem on hand to •ettle with regard to selling a mall piece of land. We have a sec tion 900 feet on a side. It is square and we are planning to sell four cor ner lots, 300 feet on a aide. The 900 foot square is fenced and we want to keep our remaining property fenced after the traneaetkm. How much more fence will we need? (Coprricht, iea7.) (Answer on Page B-16.) Argentina recently purchased four American airptanm for »97,Ml. Grains Mixed in Ecuador. Because of a wheat shortage, people of Ecuador will eat bread 'containing a mixture of foreign and domestic grain. Bicyole Production Up. Demand for bicycles in Sydney, Australia, has caused one manufac turer to double hia production of machines. To Fly to Australis. No. 304 Squadron. R. A. P., wUl fly from England to Australia for the 180th anniversary of the first whlta sottlmmt than. Jolly Polly A Little Chat on Etiquette. _I_ By JOS. J. FRISCH. F. N. C—A woman earrie* her own umbrella until it begins to rain and then her escort takes it, raises it, and holds it over both of them. He should be sure to give her the major share of protection, and see to it that the rain does not trickle down her back from the points of the umbrella. Send a return envelope for the leaflet, "Manner* in Public." THAT TOONS DOCTOR OOWN THE STREET IS ftETONS THE BREAKS AT LAST. HE HAS JOST TREATED # TWO TOACTVMtEO LESS A BROKEN ARH. Wild Celery Untasty. Celery 1b its wild state has a eoarae, rank flaw aad peeuUar edor. Oil found at Health RoooH. With a flow of nearly 1,000 zalWio i day, petroleum has been fennd at Balso Mantore, a health reeort near Parma, Italy. Zappolin Route Abandoned. The proposed Zeppelin oorsieo be tween Holland and the Dntah Heat Indie* has been abandoned for the present. One-Third of Population Horet. Nearly one-third of Britain’* popu lation ha* mored into 1,400,000 house* aonetmeted Nnee the World War. Solution to Yottordoy's Pmio. MOON MULLINS—Sleepy Time Boy. _By WILLARD ? A SWELL Ell STATV5 OF 1 AFFAIRS I CALLS / IT-BROKE IN \ A BOCCi LIKE THIS. > WE COULD PHONE ] MAMIE TO SEND US MONEY- SHE I ALWAYS HAS A J TIDY SUM / TUCKED J AWAYW LONG Ol STANCE OPERATOR SPEAKING. TOMATOVILLE IS CALLING AND WANTS TO REVERSE THE CHARGES* WILL VOO ACCEPT [ TOMATOVU.L£. HOW WAR WELL, TELL 1 'EM TO CALL 1 BACK | ^TOMORROW, i I'M TOO TIRED I TO BBs HOLLER1W * I at anybody 1 THAT oistanc* I away tonight. 1 W HELLO ■ hello/ ■ WHO IS 1. THIS? k^ A — --I,__ 1 MR. AND MRS—It Often Happens So. i u>*nY To see Some re^ll/ UJorYh-u/hile Movie I-13— ___ _I me7Too. * Susie op The —7 oTher kino AMoTher MOB! Moke. Tor. Mirt&,"THAHK>bu* r —-—;-j BUT * "THEyRE 600D WcTores. 7 “ThaTs Ujny "There -] SUCH A CRoU)t> V—— \ KNEW it! Uje FETch ■ UP AT*SoUT«WeST Of BANGKOK URDERERS' HoUPAy » ■ Ujelu/“Theise. was no WAITING Foie. A SEAT/ AN/UJA/ KjtfT 6oM<? To UM.lT OH AH/ LIME LIKE That! f-; -4—T-1 oh,U)ell! • Theh lets (So oh S*—-—— 1 iw - 1 I Ml \ M 1 r v ■ "I~ VI I I u i i . 1 I i ' li | f I II*A I I ■ I I TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT— —By EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS Stanley Wood refused to believe van Eyk's surmise that Oonfala had run away alone, or that she had voluntarily accompanied 8pike and Troll in their flight after the theft of the fabulous jewels. He still felt that the robbers had forced her to go with them. LM-^g ^ "n ^ 'SMT ft_1 “I’ve got it,” he cried suddenly; “they used the power o< the great diamond and the emerald to make her go with them. There's no denying the fact that the gems have some mysterious power. We’ve both seen it with our own eyes. And Tvs expe rienced it.” ProtfocM *» PBm«a Mi t*4 Hm EmiM he flMK . D laguiaitP- nsruw rnm5:frFT£ * Wood was so pleased with his explanation that he forgot the terrible implications of this theory. Van Eyk looked uncomfortable. “If that’s true, it's worse than ever. Spike and Troll are low, vicious characters. Gonfala would certainly not be safe with them." Wood gasped as the full force of his friMMl’s words sank into his mind. -You're right! Were got to And her—we've got to hurry,M he cried in a panic of dismay. Two of the blacks in the party picked up the trail of the thieves; and the man ut was onl DAN DUNN~jecret Operative 48._—By NORMAN MARSH Y EAH --THEY MAY NOT FIND THE GOLD W —BUT I WOULD NOT BUT THAT 1 WAGER IT-THE SECRET WALL \ POLICE WILL SEARCH WON’T BE EASY ) THE PLACE FROM TOP TO DISCOVER i TO BOTTOM, ©ASPAR.nwONG TuZ/jl HMMM —IF THEY 00 NOT FIND ^ ^Sl THE GOLO-YOUE YOU MEAN) LIFE WILL EC YOU WOULD 5AFE-0TH1DWIM-) KILL ME?fy mm* Wt-i LET'S GET A LITTLE REST IRWIN—THEM GEE.*--AND I'M GOING TO GET IN CAN I SLEEP/ TOUCH WITH THE BEEN GOING LOCAL OPERATIVES NWHT AND DAY AND HAVE THEN TAP , POR A WEEA-% .THAT TELEPHONE— /V WELL .TOMORROW VOU CAM RBST-TV41RE WOHY Eft MUCH FOR US TO DO UNTR Wt GET THE DOPE .__— ON THREE f GEE/- I'D LKt TELEPHONE J TO GET TO THAT \ CALLS— J Rt* GAME HERB yhjfrrm. yrrr* «N RREENO //JfflbSc tomorrow—now ' r/r \ \ KW0W/1 wd V'r ^ \ TO El A GREAT ( \ footballer./> CQeANTIMB “'DAN AND IRWIN CHECK IN AT A \ SMALL HOTEL IN BREENO NOTPAR PROM WONS TU'S HEADQUARTER^ WAR ON CRIME—A Dash for Freedom! eTr** »•*•<* •« *•«•««• •» «»• _ „ _■ _rm pry rm I ipp _ _ _Fodorol lureon of InTtil-igotion—Modified in tho Peblic Intorost. »otiotorod 0. a P*ton» OOeo. ““By KCA LULLiCK WT^SMOGCC CD STATE DESPERADOES DASHED COR rREEDOM-j AS MAJS AND L IEGENZA 1 BROKE « FROM "DEATH ROW* AT RICHMOND-B ■ • I I l^trimnr FUGITIVE KILLERS MESCAL IKE—Confused Snakes. —By S. 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