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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, September 23, 1930, Image 6

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THE GUMPS — That Little Iron Safe SIDNEY SMITH
WARDROBE
CONTINUES TO
GROW AND 6rROW
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IS ONLY % DM* OFF
17 NEW SUITS
TODAY —
8 BRAND NEW
Smart looking
OVERCOATS —
AND 28 PAIRS
OP SHOES
TVIC CaOMPS SENT
FOR A CARPENTER
TOOAT TO ENLARGE
Their closet space
THE ATTIC IS FILLED
WITH BIM'S GRIPS -
AND THE BASEMENT
with HlS trunks
M
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ABOUT THIS CARPENTER
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AND FOOD TO THREE OF THR\ VERSON RE MEMBERS THEM,
accursed enemy at the o lord of ufe. one was
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WHO BRINGS ME THE HEADS OP the FOREIGN DEVILS^/
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^lOODWOUMOS ON THEIR TRAIL?
SALESMAN SAM — Oh. Splash!
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SEE t® VsJE CAM e»E OF AMY WELP
TO PROFESSOR KMoVdslTALL
>_THE SPEAKER —
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A Prison Question
HORIZONTAL
1 State produc
ing most
petroleum.
7 To lack.
11 Cheat bone.
12 To be In
debted.
13 tiem weight.
14 Limited.
15 To peruse.
10 Insurance
certificate.
17 To knock.
18 Chemical.
10 So be it.
21 Document.
22 Measure.
24 Negative.
25 Shoe strings.
26 Mooley apple.
27 Senior.
28 Aurtt wis.
20 Free ticket.
30 Convey ed by
deed.
82 To meow.
88 Obstructed.
84 Fowl.
88 Mother.
80 Coalition.
37 Nominal
value.
88 Skillet.
80 To simmer.
40 Where is
Sing Sing?
VERTICAL
1 “Joan of Arc
was called the
“Maid of —?“
2 Young goat.
3 Pound.
4 Barrel circlet.
5 To possess.
0 Myself.
7 Jugal bone.
YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
isprnsr i 1 ▲ i \r^ rr^sncn
8 Flower.
9 Indian chiefs*
10 Eye tumor.
13 Doves’ homes.
15 Container.
16 Head of the
Catholic
Church (pi.)*
17 To soak flax.
18 Stepped.
SO Caustic.
21 Grew dimmer.]
23 Wild horse. j
23 Burdened.
26 Lug.
28 Goat antelope.
2D Quibble.
31 Lake empty
ing into
Niagara.
32 Fairy.
33 Vehicle.
34 Possesses. J
33 Male I
37 Postscript. \
38 3.1410
I
I ADMIRE THAT -
REMBRANDT ITS ALMOST
PAINTING OF TWO HUNDRED
COLUMBUS' SHIR YEARS OLD,
ITS SO COLORFUL. MADAM
'X'tiHs JVVtoe&'V [
j □□EDHDDDan f
used in execution of fine art
There are at least four 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—and unscramble lt»
by switching the letters around Grade yourself 20 for each of the mis
takes you find and 20 for the word if you unscramble it.
SIDE GLANCES . George Clark]
I - ^ ^ & >»*hm waI
“Did you see that line where he compared my stage presence to that o
John Drew?”
CORRECTIONS
ll> Ships like the one in the picture had no paddle*heels. (2» The Am
erican flag did not fly on any of Columbus' ships. (31 The nameplate ei
the picture should read, Santa Maria. Instead of **Santa Marie.” ill A
Rembrandt died in 1669, if hr painted the picture It would be over 251
years old, instead of almost 200. (f) The scrambled word is TECHNiqCQ

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