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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, November 11, 1929, Image 6

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*** GUMPS—Not So Good
SIDNEY SMITH I
KOW LET me BEE IF I HAVE EVERYTHING
DOWN —
tme baguette crystal earrings -
and necklace - • j
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! Today’s Crossword Puzzle
ACROSS
I—Unverified report
fr—An Ill-bred fellow
8— Proceed swiftly
9— Medical (abhr.)
11—Elevated railway (abbr.)
11—A soft mass
14— A man’s nickname
15— A parasitic Insect
18—The lowest male slndnc part
10—Those who adjust Instruments
to the mustcal standard
22— A lively dance
23— To decay
2&—Abstruse
28—Givers •*
32—Raves (Cf Uoq )
34— Pertaining to punishment
35— Close to
35—Un> ielding ""
37— Male parent
38— Consumed
39— Pig pen -aA.
41— Beast of burden
42— Boxes
down'
2— Home of Abraham
3— Hot sweetened wine
4— On top of
5— A tree
«—Anno Domini
7—A soft fabric
9—Queen of the fairies
30—Something worshiped
12—Girl’s nickname —
14— Point of the compass
15— Beneath i
17—To make a mistake '
19—A bristle.
21—Turf
24— Summit *
25— Waul
2•—Corrode
27—Annoying persons
, 29—Insect homes
30—A knock « i
SI—Viscous mud *
S3—To oheerve
SS—For instance »
39— A contient tabbr.)
40— Biblical pronoun.%
. Answer to Previous Pnszlo
JUST AMONG US GIRLS
HENPECKID
husband
5<zJdom has
much to *
C£OW ;
about/
FORLORN FIGURES
.“Wandering boy*’ returning by plan,
night tries to locate the proverbial
candle burning in the window.
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