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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, May 08, 1930, Image 8

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THE GUMPS — A Number One Credit
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* —By BLOSSEE
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—Willard
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UNCLE
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the snaky ...
locks. •* ■.
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roof.
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i- plemont.'
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22 Ye.
23 Toward sea. j
23 Stick.
20 Weakens.
27 Approaches.
20 To shatter.
30 Afternoon
meals.
32 Grain.
34 Instrument
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ing Hcctiic.il
current.
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30 Intense.
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. . fishes.
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47 Lands.
VERTICAL
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Hamburg ?
2 Northeast,
s .» To wander
' * about.
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VESTFRDAY'S AXSWER
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Maine.
14 Flower.
17 Rifle teporUta
10 Irish fuel.
21 Promise.
22 *0 inches.
24 Region.
20 W ooer.
20 Identical.
20 Ale.
01 Clever.
02 Horse.
00 Destiny.
03 Self.
00 Fairy.
07 Distant. .
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4 »Snake.
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43 Myself.*,
43 Opposite o!
A. M.
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WE CAN CUCTE SUCH LOW
PRICES BECAUSE WE CON
TROL OUR SOURCES OR
SUPPiy. WE OBTAIN A FINE
GRADE OF AUMNUM METAL
FROM OUR MINES IN ARKAN'
SAW AND ALSO UnT*CL
OUR OWN BRAS5 MINES"
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HOW fiCOUT YOUR
AU0VS. 51/CH AS
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THEV FINISHED
J py ypuR own
companies’
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_A good-looker always' is._
There are at least lour mistakes in the above picture. They may per
tain to grammar, history, etiquette, drawing or whatnot See if you can
find them. Then look at the scrambled word below—e_d unscramble it,
by switching the letters around. Grade yourself 20 for pach of the mis
takes yeti find, and 20 for the word if you unscramble it
SIDE GLANCES . George Clark.
P5 v2rW * • fiK
i>y. «7 ftp. utw pit. *■ j
“I was retting; awfully tired of my job before I saw the new summer
fashions.”
CORRECTIONS
(1) Brass is an alloy and not mined. (2) Aluminum is not found in th§|
metallic state In nature, but is converted from the aluminum ore. (3i CofW
per is not an alloy. (4) Arkansas is spelled incorrectly. (Si The scrambled
word is OBSERVANT. ■

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