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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, October 07, 1930, Image 6

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THE GUMPS — Prices Offered SIDNEY SMITH |
Now 7
bib THE THIEF*
THAT VTOLG the GREAT MOGUL.
DIAMOND GET IT OUT OF
UNCLE BIM'S room when
Every door was locked from
The inside and barricaded J
THE WINDOW WAS ALSO
Locked by pegs - not a
Thing was disturbed in the
Room — tnf cobweb
STILL ON THE WINDOW —
AND THE ONLY ClUF
THE PRINT OF A
RIGHT FOOT
UNDERNEATH
Bim*S
WINDOW —
% HOW t»D THE 0
THIEF GET IN f
PLAN
O*
BiM'S -
Room .
TMF
NKjHT
OP THE
Robbs**
HOW DID THE
THIEF GET
U OUT ?
the little treasure cmest *^9^
THAT CONTAINED THE GREAT MOGUL
FOOT
PRINTS
or k
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AAAN
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'TOOK PLACE
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WHERE SAFE
CONTAINING Tf
GREAT MOGUL ^ v
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SIDNEY SMITH »
CARTOONIST and author.
VY1LL GIVE
A &A&Y CARRIAGE
AMO A PAIR OP ROUt* tKATK
TO THE PERSON SENMMt* IM
THE NEATEST CORRECT
Solution op how tmf
&AFE CONTAINING THE
GREAT MOGUL DIAMOND
WAX STOLEN PROM
%IM GUMP S ROOM —
AND THE FOLLOWING
PRIZES TO THE TIN PERSONS
SENDING IN THE NEATEST
correct Solution as
TO WHO THE ONE LEGGED
MAN is WITH THE Right
FOOT
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& TENNIS RACKET
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@ PUNCHING BAG
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0 ALARM ClOtK
TQ^JpOY
OR SUBSCRIBE TO THIS NEWSPAPER
IN ORDER TO WIN * PRl**
■—— ..... — ■ . ... ..
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TERMINED TO
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PHANTOM KING Nt^ES
CAME UP.
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JUDGMENT.
HE OWES INTO THE
PAVER. AT THE EtfACT
SPOT WHEP.E HIS
ENEMV VANISHED.
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OFF THE FACE OF THE
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AS THE PHANTOM
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SALESMAN SAM — Don’t Give Vp, Gnzz! By SMALL
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Questions on Sites
HORIZONTAL
1 Plains of
Argentina.
A Jute fabric.
11 Falsehood.
12 Cyst.
14 Wing.
15 Measure.
16 Hurricane
in Santo
-?
18 Deity.
It* Male cat.
20 Lug.
22 Carbon dust.
24 Tool.
26 Tree.
28 Insect.
211 Killed.
31 Chum.
32 Northeast.
33 Ksteemed.
33 Right.'
30 To drag.
37 Twitching.
3ft Work of skill.
4ft House cat.
42 Lion*headed
goddess.
44 Coin.
45 Lucid.
47 Snake.
49 To extend.
50 Erudite one.
VERTICAL
1 l". 8. Gr^nt
was horn at
Point —. ?
2 Intention.
8 Myself.
4 Particle.
5 Total.
6 Religion.
7 To impel.
H Xote.
O Reer.
10 Where i«
1 .eland
• Stanford Jr.
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER
»i ..—..
Vniveraity?
IS t hief city
in WlscMNflfe
10 Period.
17 Grain.
If) Child.
21 Knock*
SB I nit. J
24 High
mountain.
25 .Kindled.
27 Value.
2!) To at itch.
SO Tennla fence*
S3 To decay.
34 Xot bright*
30 Snare.
38 U here is
Havana?
SO Verb.
40 To handle*
41 Spigot.
43 2000 Iba.
4* Alleged force*
45 Company.
40 Note.
48 Preposition.
■— _
EASY, BOVS,
WE'LL HAVE i
THLSE ASIATIC /
JAGUARS IN
OUR HANDS
SHORTLY.
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Scwpicx/ys mistake -
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 unscramb^ it.
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SIDE GLANCES. George Clark
I iu of
I CM.J3F
ugjt
“leah, shs's O. K.—but I'm still partial to that pi just out of St. Louis.'
CORRECTIONS
fl> The man at the left has on a derby, which he would not be wearing
while hunting. (2) The man in the center is WTong in saving “Asiatic Jag-*
oars, as there are no jaguars in Asia. * 31 The same m^n i'iou!d have th»
but of bis gun at his shoulder. Instead of in front of his face <4> The .nit
sr^Ai&ss: no‘ *uk™on *hun,,ni ** «

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