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GOES HOME,DEJECTED o»rr%H It■ Tt. u tnimm, tm ) GROWING PAINS —By Phillips “HE SAYS HE S TAKIN' IT TO THE BALL PARK WITH HIM IN CASE HE CANT FIND A KNOT HOLE TO LOOK THROUGH.” CROSS-WORD PUZZLE 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 |5 110 111 n-n-- i4 I? ®T6-17 18 19~ |pj 13 g II n"B“ ^25“““ frjjjgTs—‘ir 3-45-IP-P ~~'W^ “ n 56 57 55 51 HT gj——— — £4 '" 55 - " ii i_JL_'-- ...vj ACROSS. 1. Clothing. 90. River of 8ft. Hairless. 51. Narrow #. Races* In Wale*. 37. War cloth. ». 'ti'mL ooin. 2,‘ Pr"n<,Un' 38 Weight. »"■ L2. Formless. 22. To perform. *0. Dirk*. **• Kinsman. 14. Lion eon- 24. Actual. 49. To lodge. 38' T**' stetlatlon. ^ Tap. 44 Prenoon. "*• •« 15. Hindu * mlsehlef. dialect. 2"' Constellation. 4ft. Beverage.. Wwskens. 10. More trivial. s**- Heavenly body. 47. Expensive. n.r Conch. IS Recom- 82. Philippine 49. Part of 04. Thick. P*n»*d. Moslem. "to be.” Oft. Scottish: so. DOWN. 1. Ship channel. 9. Moslem 2ft. Grease. 4«. Backbone. 2. Wine eup. name. 97. Poker pool. 48. L'nder 8. Boisterous 10. To abound. 29. Appellation ground parts. pl*'T- 11 - Ribbed. of Athene. 49. An Asiatle. 4. Thorn 13. Folds. 31. Tough rraae. 50. To allot. (variant). 17. Groun of 33. Quarrel. 32. Level. 8. Exclamation. players. 34. Number. ftt. Request. 0. Explosive 19. Farts. 30. River mouth. ftft. Otherwise. "»,w 2*. Small 38, Bishoprics. «7. Preceded. 2. Petitioned. chunks. ( 41. Having chair. 58. Vetch. 8. Compond 23. Algerian 43. Mediterra- 02. Brother of •^er. port. nean island. Odin. (Copyright, 1P38.) LETTER-OUT _ j BESEECH Letter-Out for a milk product. ^ 2 DECRETAL Letter-Out and he originated. mt q CAPTURES Letter-Out for floor eoveringa. ^ FOSSIL Letter-Out and he makes dirty. 5 CHAMFERS Letter-Out and an army does It. 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 It’s a high hill. Answer to Yesterday’s LETTER-OUT. Letter-Out (D) KINDLING-LINKING (he’s joining the papers). (A) REINSTATE-INTEREST (a bank pays it). (V) BRAVOS-BOARS (for wild animals). (I) DECIMATER-CREMATED (all that remained was ashes). (D) MASSED-SEAMS (your coat has them). (Oopyrisht, 1938.) Bedtime Stories By THORNTON W. BURGESS. JERRY MUSKRAT thinks there is ** no place in the world like the Smiling Pool. So. for the matter of that, does Grandfather Prog and also Spotty the Turtle. You sea they have spent their lives there and know little about the rest of the Great World. Jerry had told Mrs. Quack, who was visiting the Smiling Pool lor the first time, that she was perfectly safe there if she was smart enough not to let Reddy Fox or Old Man Coyote or Hooty the Owl or Redtail the Hawk catch her. At the mere mention of them Mrs. Quack would have turned up her nose, had it been the kind of nose that could be turned up. As it was she said rather scornfully that MOON MULLINS—Spa-ing Partners. By WILLARD ' NO, MONEY IS THE 7 WELL, HOW * RUIN ATION OF YOUNG / ABOUT^ MEN, MY BOY / LETTIN ME HOWEVER IF THEPE ( '"^ouf*06* IS EVER ANYTHING \ UMBRELLA? ELSE X CAN DO FOR \YOLU_ETMEKNOW j CERTAINLY >1^ J WELL, * C'MON LET'5 CO. BUT I AM GOING THIS WAV. ’ -^ WELL, WHY OlDN'TCHA SAY SO IKI TH' FIRST v—. PLACE? _> MR. AND MRS.—Relieving the Strain. OH, 60 OKi LOOK aTIhe^I i Pont*blame >bU.lHEyRE VERy PRETry r-£—-— -- Huh*? (juhaTcHa "Talking about4? • - _ 1 PA'S SON-IN-LAW—An Idea! —By WELLINGTON 0-BUT. MOTHAW, IF Toil ALLOW J ( THERE'S S BAWTHAWTO CONTINUE TO <=4 NOTHINGI I DOMINATE YOU THIS V*AT, HE'S --) CA\i no» J BOUND TO MAKE THINGS BEASTLY ] LZT • J UNOOMRAWTABLE FOAH US both! I JJ Y-YPU MUST DO SOMETHING! _) <£ X DON'T KNOW WHAT* GOMBT OVER RA, BUT-MV WOMAN'S | INTUITION TEU_S MS THAT HIS WILL IS STRONGER THAN <—■> MINS AND THAT ITWOULD'-T ONLY MAKS MATTERS WORSE) |H*w! g)/»3a »iyTmn»n /<c ; DA*H IT AtU, ^OME ONE" MUST DO «ombth>mC^! “THIS 5TA*TEOFA>TAtR^ JUST C’AWN'T AU LOWED TO CONTI aw-oh!1 ©ay!" learn HYPNOTISM 1H TEN,EASY LESSONS'* BY JOVE’ c ^TVIE VERY TH)N<5? (-> __ < TARZAN THE FEARLESS— —By EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS r/' j ^ C <~MT im |rtf«' ft.c« Burr»u«M Inf —TV Rnf P P Pa- 1 K O# Pra««f«« »» Pmwir.i* Pood an* Plays »!> C. UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE Ir.r '+>’27\ Tarzan clapped his hand over the girl's mouth and stifled her cry, for he did not wish her to attract the attention of enemies that might be lurking in the jungle. She quieted, and he took his hand away. "Who are you? What do you want?” she demanded. “Who I am does not matter," the ape man an swered: “but you are Mary Brooks'' He had seen her resemblance to Dr. Brooks, and knew that this was the girl he had sought. Man- was startled. “How did you know?" “I have corns to take you to your father." "You know where father is? And you will tak? me to him?" In her happy ectasy she hugged Tarzan. Now that her fears were allayed she felt a strange delight in this man's strong arms. It was the natural reaction of a civilized woman to the handsome jungle hero. Faintly their voices drifted down to JefT. "Mary! Where are you? What's up?” he called. "Every thing's all right. We're coming down.” Jeff sus pected a trick. He couldn't imagine the "wild man's" freeing so desirable a captive. Be held his rifle ready. OAKY DOAKS—Basket Parties Not Welcome. Trademark a o o 11 e d For T7. 8 Patent Office hey.gilby/ COME ON . DOWN J WHO IS . n?/ 17$ ^y WHO? . IT's i~ ME ~ KING CEDRir fmijuISyi WHAT HAPPENED TO OAKY? THEY'VE &0T HIM IN . 4 HM TV K. f - AH H;jfen Roirid WE'LL GO FOR A PICNIC AND IUTELLVOU ALL ABOUT \ " DAN DUNN— Secret Operative 48. —By Norman Marsh ' IT’S INCREDIBLE, j dan! STUART ON T I'M >J^ THE STAGE, KILLED SURE,CURTIS] BV A SHOT FIRED THAT'S WHAT J FROM THAT L HAPPENED! / SCAFFOLD, OUTSIDE? _MjTlfl ' maybe' ^^ YOU’RE YES-UNLESS RIGHT, THB KILLER. a DAN, STOOD RIGHT V BEHIND / fit STUART- fl L: *• Pat. Off.;. CopynJht^mTB by Publlahara Syndlcata B Pano even ^ \ ' Sp THEN HE COULDN'T \ WELL E HAVE FIRED /THERE AT A DOWNWARD/WAS NO ■v L ANGLE’ .-ONE ELSE U ON THE STAGE WHEN HE FELL , OVER MURDERED!. X'M OOINS TO CUM3 pPTHBRB ANCs SEE WHAT 'AHEAD— I CAN FINO- T'U_ FOU-OW d VOUj she wasn’t afraid of them. What she was afraid of, she explained, was that a two-legged creature with a terrible gun might find her there. Jerry Muskrat hastened to tell her that she had nothing to worry about on that account. “No one hunts here, now that Parmer Brown's Boy has put away his terrible gun,” explained Jerry. "There was a time when he used to hunt here and set traps, which are worse than terrible guns, but that was a long tim^ ago, before he knew any better." “Who is Parmer Brown's Boy?" de manded Mrs. Quack, looking more anxious than ever. “Is he on# of those two-legged creatures?" “Yes,” said Peter Rabbit, who had been listening with all his ears, “but he is the best friend we have got. He is such a good friend that he ought to be one of us. Why, this last winter he fed some of us when food was scarce, and he saved Mrs. Grouse when she was caugh^in a snare, which you know is a kind of trap. He won’t let any harm come to you here, Mrs. Quack.” “I wouldn’t trust him, not for one single little minute,” declared Mrs. Quack, swimming about uneasily. “I wouldn’t trust on# of those two-lsg**d creatures, not one. You say he fed some of you last winter, but that doesn't mean anything good. Do you know what I’ve known these two legged creatures to do?” "What?” demanded Peter and Jerry together. "I’ve known them to scatter food where we ducks would be sure to And it, and to take the greatest care that nothing should frighten us while we were eating. And then after we had got in the habit of feeding in that particular place, and had grown to feel perfectly safe there, they hare hidden close by until a lot of us wot leading together gad Umb And their terrible guns and killed a lot of my friends and dreadfully hurt a lot more. I wouldn't trust one of them, not one.” "Oh, how dreadful!” cried Peter, looking quite as shocked as he felt. Then he added, eagerly: "But our Farmer Brown's Boy wouldn’t do any thing like that. You haven't the least thing to fear from him.” "Perhaps not,” said Mrs. Quack, shaking her head, doubtfully, “but I wouldn’t trust him. I wouldn’t trust him as far off as I could see him. The Smiling Pool Is a very nice place, although it is deadfully small, but if Farmer Brown's Boy Is likely to come tm km, Z gosss Z bettor look for some other place, though goodness knows how I will find one where Z will feel perfectly safe.” "You are safe right here if you have sense enough to stay here,” declared Jerry Muskrat rather testily. "Don't you suppose Peter and I know what we are talking about?" ‘‘I wish I could believe so,” returned Mrs. Quack sadly, “but if you had been through what I’ve been through and suffered what I’ve suffered, you wouldn’t believe any place safe, and you certainly wouldn’t trust one of those two-legged creatures. Why. for weeks they haven't given me a chance to get a square meal, and—and and X don’t know what haa become of Mt Quack, and I’m ail alone.” There wa a little sob In her voice and tears ii her eyes. "Tell us all about It,” begged Petei "Perhaps we oan help you.” (Copyright, 1938.) —- .— ■ •- ■■ — Twizzler Answer. The two hikers met 89 8-7 mile from Goofville. Lithuania Short of Forage. Lithuania's shortage of forage ha forced the killing of live stock.