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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, November 17, 1930, Image 6

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(HE GUMPS — Sherlock Gcmp
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rf ON TWE WINDOW SHADE —
P | KNEW WHO YNE TplEF WAS ALL THE TIME —
J ‘ | TOLD TOO SO - /
3 EVER SINCE ME STUMBLED ON To A LITTLE J
CLEW - --—
WILL SOMEBODY
’ PAGE MR GOWP ?
Listen to him
in there —
f
ill! SIJP^ w«at M* did
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'll,/ AND HOW HE WILL TELL IT —
ij / ON COLD WINTER NIGHTS WHEN TmE E-AMILT ARE
1 GATHERED ROUND THE EIRE. SIDE HE WILL TELL IT
Fj! MIS CHILDREN - AND IE HE LIVES LONG
l ! ENOU6M - To THEIR CHILDREN
, AND MIS CHILDREN’S
\\ CHILDREN’S CHILDREN
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DEAR READER
EACH and EVERY
LETTER RECEIVED
IN THE CONTEST
) Of THE GREAT MOOOL
DIAMOND ROBBERY
,! IS BLJNfe OPENED
AND REAP C ABE HI LIT
OOR DECISION OP
The winners
WILL RE ANNOUNCED
AND THE PRIZES
Awarded —
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AND STOP THAT ANNFUt. LEAK -* |
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Ml* EXPENDITURE I
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FOR H»* INCOME /
OP IDEA* — /
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INVENTION, GENTLEMEN, \j LOOKS* BlMES! UP A BATTLE SUIP. YOU DROPPEO IT OVEPPOAPO.
i l MUST ASK ONE OF YOU LIKE A /IT IS A GOOD. NOW BEHOLD THIS TRUNK, MV FRIENDj.
; TO DROP THIS CYLINDRICAL R0M6. BOMB! QUITE HARMLESS. YOU WOULD SAY. BUT IT
OBJECT OY&RBOAU.D v'~-~-7-r—CONTA'NS THE MOST DEVASTATING ELECTRICAL ,
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INVISIBLE ULTRA-PURPLE RAWS HAVE FOON9 TUEIR MARK
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SALESMAN SAM — A Law Abiding Cltir^n ny SMALL
scvf You've CLOSED TV STORE For
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HORIZONTAI
1 Desire*.
5 Strip of a
barrel tide.
9 Law.
10 To drink do
fashion.
12 Poet.
14 To eject.
16 Striped,
earner* hair
cloth.
10 Herb plant.
17 Donated.
(8 Pistol.
19 Examination,
20 Sluggish.
22 Measuring
Instrument.
23 Sorrowful.
26 Tablet.
20 Sailor.
29 Groundwork,
31 Hog’* meat.
83 Prophet.
i 84 Clever.
35 Era.
SC To wander
about.
^ 38 Wing.
* 39 Equable.
40 Concealed
difficulty.
41 To secure.
42 Departed.
43 To run away
and marry.
44 Occurrence.
VERTICAL
1 Mortal.
2 Small relish.
3 Becomes ex
hausted.
MIIKUA1 S
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4 Scoria of a
volcano.
0 Spread of ao
arch.
0 Abolished.
7 Male body
servant.
8 Irregularly
indented.
0 Annals.
11 To border on*
1.1 Damage.
21 Small flaps.
22 Spar. 1
24 Harm.
2.3 Sea robber.
27 I'nique.
28 Competitor.
30 Auction.
31 Place of
safety.
32 Deputy.
37 Self.
30 Female sheep.
STKKltftS
I ' —1"■11 ■JJW’I
WILLIE led hi* poat up a certain hill at the rate of one and
cne-halt rnie* per hour a«d came down at the rate rt tour
and one-halt mile* per hour The whole journey took him *>■
hours. How tar was '1 to the top of the hill?
to
SEE SOLUTION ON EDITORIAL PAGE A
SIDE GLANCES . George ClarQ
I f'-’je«ti utr*l <**■ on JL
"It certainly makes our lunch hour shorter to hare to travel so far *
SV IBnramsmUt ffcrald
THE VALLEY’S MOST POPULAR
FAMILY NEWSPAPER
At your fireside before six o’clock every evening
and on your doorstep before breakfast every Sunda”
morning.

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