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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, June 05, 1930, Image 12

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THE GUMPS — The First P»yment ' Htinej ataiiu
Ift'EAVEN EYES *
2^ HAS A BUST ?
it DAT TO DAT- *
Lf THREE DWES
r t * ONE WITH
s UNCLE BIM
t -1 ONE WITH *
\ SCOOGE TO GET .
‘THE « 25.000 <2 ,
* HUSH MONEY t
L*Yo GIVE CARLOS*
And one at
r3« AT THE
• CORNER OF
LAKE AND OAK
• STREETS wrm
CARLOS TO GIVE
HIM the
S 25,000
SHE GETS
i FROM SCOOGE
f SHE’LL BE THERE
• HLH KTHERH*
^TH*T WU. ^UfT ME \|
AS I NAVE AW
APPOlWYMEMT WITH *
AAY AYTORNEY — • I
S?\\
/""quick*. \
foULL NEVER \ |
KNO* MOW I
NEED TM«S MONEY-i
AND HOW I
THANKFUL J
'*»• ,.y
i
»•
LATER in tub afternoon
Poor weaven eyes sat down
• TO DINNER WITH UNCLE 6tV\ —
SHE WAS HEAVY E-YED - ^
AND HEAVY HEARTED - °
-N
isn’t there \
Someth »N6 I Can
DO IN A FRIENDLY
WAY To RELIEVE
of these >
HEAVY FINANCIAL/
burdens
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS — .Anxious Momfnts! ' * —By BLOSSE*
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A dock!! TWATS a F0K1MV
TUlKiS T» PIK1D OUT WEQC ---
IN TUE WASTES OC VES-TU'S WAS 1
j A DESERT !! TAT NoiSE WE
“T—i UEARD WHEN
WE LANDED
dgwm m “rue
< ENEB.— /
VKWAT A2t
NCO PElLOVjJS
TO DO ?
f NO NOO ARENAT <50tM6 1b UlLL.
tws duck'.’. geewz • aptez
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P pi wo uina.rr wust selowg
3 S0ME3O0V AftoOWO UCCE
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a<suTvxiaeoe yoo
rCe NoST B£ V4ATE2.
QcS 'NATEU. ON »
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rs gee \nuat
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IT
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3
400TS AND HEF. BIDDIES — Still the Mysterious Mister X —By MARTIN
,vuziieo
lOOK HE HAS
HAO SWCE THE.
wsvrr ^oots
WAS H\OWA9EO.
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0OE9 AU. THE
j ST9AW6E TH\NGS
i THAT HAViE
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-AMD ^OW EE MN6SXE - AMO OEP HAMOS Ow'. MOW * WW\LE vOO 60 AWE AO
LWE l\VtE OTHER PEOPLE YOO COME AL0M6 1 AMO PPEPM2.E W\6 EATWEft!
LYOE ,A6 1. HAv5E WZP-Z M\T 06 AMO MO *■- ThE POOR MAM-HAS
VT WAS OiOMOERPOL. * ^EEM DETRACTED •••
- -
BOATs POP — At the 'Jbservntipn Fnst —By COWAN
/ 1 A
»S that SWING CH\CK takes \t
ENDOWED WITH LVTE? APOOND ON THE OTHE9
EVEPV TIME 1 COME *'Tr ™ '.Mr *ou«;r
OUT HEPE TO ENJOY
A SMOKE. THE TH\NG
\S GONE*1.
------ V
WELL. VAST'S l-l-THOUGUT MAYBE V D
THE GiANT IDEA LIKE TO TAKE U4? LAW AVID
OF BDANG\NG IT vJOWN METCALF .THE LAWYER
AOCAJNT) UFTlf LOANED MiC. A LAV) BOCK —
AOOUND HEDE 3LfcCKVrQNC_ AKir, lVC £EeN
STUDYVN' VT. V BROUGHT THE
swing around ner?e
BECAUSE VT’S GU\ET
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( STUDVIM' 1
YWOV-I VAE. r
COWLS fc^OOND
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-WE T&LVCS TTUKT NEW
GUPP.EL NEYT DCQP ON W\^ 1
PyNGEPS-DE^F k*..DDLtt
UHE TW\S POP-XBC-1
BEEN VJftfCHM 'EW\
TWFOUGH THIS WOLE
\N
dOOS MULLINS — The Wreck —Willard
f SO THAJ5 *
VJHERE YOU f
PLOUGHED \N"TO
“THE £UY \M\TH
THE T5EO WHISKERS1
t DON'T SEE HOW
YOU DONE IT
t KAYO SAID HE HAD
■5THE R\OHT-OP WAY
_
FEfc TH' LCJVA
k MIKE, EMMV
T ON A STREET
f AS WIDE ASTHI5
IT LOOK5 LIKE
you could of
DONE SOMETHIN’
V TO AVOID A
V ACCIDENT.
N*__ —
YOU OUGHTN'T TO BE
DRW IN' A CAR, EM MV.
LOOK HERE *
YOU GRAB A HOLD OF
THIS KITH YOUR HAND \
AND »T BRAKES THE WHEELS
-SEE* OR-IF YOU SMACK /
YOUR FOOT ON THIS THING \
*IT BRAKES'EM TOO, AND* )
\—-v*- * ns
. VaJEUL^I’M C£RTA\NLY A
i GOING TO MAKE THE )
f AUTOMOBO-E PEOPLE /
OWE me NAY MONJEV \
BACK - thE iOEA*. \
5ELLIM6 ME A CAP WHICH J
©peaks all ovep J :|
l\ke that thing: .
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SALESMAN SAM — On The Square. Sam? —By SMALL.
r A OV.U BE OEUCrWTED TO WfMf OM BUT
> VOX’LL 44{xv/e T& EJfMT—*TVi PHCWE IS
V* R.\MCrlMCr«. ©US1MESS ©E<=OR.E. * -
vx P.LEftSU^E, VC* KMOW- ^ —
\ "r'*w "
afe* ww r lii-.
^ovi , VLL 3\JST REPEAT SUCH SERVICE1 ANiD
OF t /l’h IMP, DREADFUL
^spoou °t= .turead^a^ -ttinaer, -too '.
*‘%Vw**r
———
0U£ *cfTTo £=
Prompt —
SERVICE <*
MOVE =
of course mct^s
Re.2.3-BEK.G.Y pie.-WILL CAPOf'fA — *
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! Botanical Question
HORIZONTAL
1 !/on caste
Burm&n
8 Capital of
Irish Free
State.
0 Self.
10 Silkworm
12 Bustle.
IS To rot.
14 Home* of
beasts.
15 To moisten.
17 Angry.
IS Burdens.
22 Gaped.
2S Blemishes.
27 To fly.
28 Jeopardy.
80 Desired.
82 Dined.
84 Promise.
87 Lets fall.
88 Cat s foot.
40 Eon.
41 Sheep.
42 One in card*
43 To give.
44 Respond* to
a stimulus.
4TRTICAL
1 Hazard.
2 Epoch.
3 To decaf.
4 Harken.*.
. 5 Filthy,
d Legal rule.
7 Fish,
d Famous.
11 Inlet.
1 4 What U flat
seed called?
15 W inter and
summer.
VESTFRDAY'S ANSWER
r-.l __ f ■' I ■\ W 1 I ' 1 ^_T"TV 1
If) W ine reaseL
20 One end of
Palesrine.
21 Cult of swrtf
23 Was vfcttfc '
24 To scolA.
23 Before.
23 Strait be
tween Eng
land and
France.
20 More un
common.
30 Leprous pet
eon.
31 Our ambaas*
dor to Eng- i
land.
33 To pulL
33 Metallic
rock.
36 Pale.
' 3M Moccasin.
89 To perform*
WELL, I WON T HAT ONE,_—
EUT. IT WASAfY EM*. JUST TR* to
F0V(\* THREE HCH, EH } GET IT. I'M
CHE HORE 6ME, ANN, GOING TO
; AND IT5 MY SET. ~ TIE YCU V -_~ISBSr ■
v WITH THIS 1 -
;; ftEXTSAMEj :
I ~^_ \\ ret1
vr. ^ i
BsmiBsaaiiiHn 1
This* jftnc IiteT
— — — . - - - --- . i. —____
There are at least four mistakes m the above picture. They may per
tain to grammar, history, etiquette, drawing or whatnot. See if ycu caai
find them. Then look at the scrambled word below—a..d unscramble it*
by switching the letters around. Grade yourself 20 for *ach of the mis«
takes ycu find, and 20 for the word if you unscramble it. . ,
SIDE GLANCES . George Clark '
I ■ -----■... _
•'But rant you understand: the minute I self this article on the un
employment situation I can pay (he rent months in advance”
.—..X. ... - -
CORRECTION'S i
(1) The man need-, two games for a set. as he has won four and a
is six. (2) It is not customary for a girl to play tennis in high heeled srt^MU
(3) The end brace to Keep the hand from slipping off. is missing from
the girls racket. <4i The net post should be outside the tennis court.
(5) The scrambled word is BIOGRAPHY. (
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