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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, October 25, 1933, Image 4

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fHE OTJMFE—It’s a Long Sad Stcry Bf Sidney Smith
>ESTSD
FAULTLESSLY
attired as ever,
B\M IS HIS OLD
SELF AGAIN
AND AT LAST MET
HAS CONSENTED
TO TELL ANDY AND
ANN THE STORY
OF HIS STRANGE
ESCAPE FROM THE
VILLAINOUS DEATH
plotted by
Townsend zander
SIM H AS JUST
FINISHED THS
ACCOUNT OF MOW
2ANDER DRESSED
AS HIS CHAUFFEUR,
OVERCAME HIM IN
THE CAR IMTW GAS
FUMES AND DRAGGED
him into the woa&s
and SO HE GRABBED The BA6r op JEWELS YOLD
FIENDISH PLANS TO SEND ME AND MY CAR OVER I
AND MARE IY LOOK LIKE SUICIDE - THEN NS
DOPED ME - SAY ME AY THE WHEEL OF THE CAR
AND THAT'S ALL I REMEMBERED- BUT FORTUNATELY IT1
WAS A TOWN CAR- THE FRONT HALF WAS OPEN WHEN
1
\ DONT KNOW WOW LONG I DRIFTED- AT LAST A \ ^
POOR OLD FISHERMAN PICKED ME OP- \ '£' \
FOR WEEKS I COULD REMEMBER NOTHING- I 'TJat RmIwc 1
THE SHOCK CAUSED ME TO LOSE MY MEMORY— V >M*T SNAKE J
FOR A LONG TIME I HOVERED BETWEEN LIFE
AND DEATH- ALL THIS WHILE, ONLY THE LOVING /
CARE AND KINDNESS OF LITTLE NELL.,THE j
FISHERMAN S DAUGHTER KEPT ME ALWE- J
ONE NIGHT A STRANGER CAME TO THE DOOR— /
WAS TOWNSEND 2LANDER, CLOSELY FOLLOWED BY \
bloodhound v he tricked The‘Old /
fellow into CHANGING shoes f
AND LEFT him A VICTIM FOR THE \
DOGS- AND THEN, AT LAST, WHEN
THE NAME OF THAT FIEND
CAME OUT, IT BROUGHT BACK
MT MEMbRT- AND HERE /
\ AM- _
I *tV SJhJM i
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS—It OafhU Be Good! Wl BLOSSEB
r SEEMS ) COACH IS Y
FUNNY fc* \ ptAy,N- SAFE ...
SCCIMMME i DOESNT WANT
"tt> 0E < T> TAKE ANY
CALLEP ) CHANCE ON
OFP / INJUfilES 3ER»E
T^C>Ay i THE BONBON; A
~x/Li same.' y
I'VE BEEN LOOKIN' ALL
FOR VtoU, CRASH !! THEy
MADE A FEW CHANGES »N
THAT STbey yA GAVE
CLEAN FOOTBALLS J0£J™S”>
/'*^NE of the most unsportsmanlike stunts on
' ^ the gndtron comes from the Hone age of
football Despite the antiquity of thts action, it
is still practiced by some players.
The deed is performed with malice afore
thought, and generally by a blocker who
has no thought for clean football Running
interference for a fellow back into the hne, the
player leaves his feet, does a body roll, and Haigs
his feet into the air, hoping that hit Hying cleats
will meet the face of some charging lineman.
This is unfair football of the worst sort They
don t make penalties stiff enough for this type of
. P^T- Many an old-iime gridiron (peat carries
scars inflicted by just such sort of action.
\W The sketch illustrate, this example of poor
___sportsmanship. _ ^
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES—Bark to Ew. BY MARTIN OUR
BOOT* - VOCH KT TH\«, . fc
PICTURE »TMOr MV *OUT
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$' AT \T MANY
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AMO VET. HERE VOO 1 VEP'.VT VOOX* AG
WOMtM ARE TOOW, 1 \F WE ARE
WEAR\N6 PR ACT ICA\.W GETTVM' R\<bVtt
THE SAME WRERE WE
THWAG • • •• _STARRED
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BOARDING HOLSI By ABEBN
MRS.HOOPLE
WENT TO A
fortuneteller
AN' WAS TOLD
SHE WAS INI
TOR A LOAD
CJT ‘BUM LUCK
TH\S MONTH 0
Ln
\ Uniter \
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v the X
\ MAJORS V
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Till NEWFANGLES iMom'n Pop)—Baxter’s PXit! BY COWAN
a.—
jSr or OOMN BAtfTED'S
<6 CALLED IN
TCULY
BAyrro is woqpied about
SOMETUING-HE WAS BEEN
ASKING TOP YOU. MY ADVICE
IS THAT YOU NOTIFY MIS
FAMILY. TWEPE IS NO
HE'S TPIED EVEOV WAV ^
TO GET IN TOUCH WITH
HE©,BUT IT SEEMS
TWEOE WAS A BITTE©
PAOTING AND HE WAS
NEVE© WEA©D FOOM
HE© SINCE
i ll be as
\WELL. DON’T BWEF AS
CtfttVC POSS\BlE
Mt err c >«* *r wea scamcl mc.
HASH TUBBS—Bif Plans! tft CRANE
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STRUCK GOLD. BLAZKf SOME BOD V. I
CAM YOU IMAGINE I THINK I'M \
DREAMING, j
f AMD THEY SAY THAT AKlQ(Jf^r^\
BACK IN THE STATES QOSHA MIGHTY*
GOLtfS gome up prom RPTCWA
<S010^W WSM
-^ —■ OP TW STUFF
O'—\ arouwd here.
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fWElRE RICH? w/e’ll ^
SHOW THAT dBWEM 6UV» WE'LL
START A GOLD RUSH ^
THEY'LL TALK ABOUT
FOR A THOUSAW HEARSy
1 ~7 :|
40 ACRES FOR THE PARTNERSHIPS
CLA M, AUO 10 ACRES FOR EACH
OF OUR PRIVATE CLAIMS-100
MICKEY MOUSE— BX WALT DiSMKI
f LET'S SAV UUST F=CR ARGyMEf'rr, \
( HE'S GOT 647 SCALES. VA CMVIDE ]
\ THAT 0V TH' AREA o' TH' ANGLE, J
N AN'-- NOPE! THAT DON'T
\SEEM T' MAKE IT !
\\
I'm ficger'n ! an'ip I \
WORK IT OUT, I 'LL BE TH
GREATEST DETECTIVE THAT
EVER LIVED ! KOBODV'S
EVER DONE
IT BEFORE!
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/CMVCKSM UOOOLt SOUP, MOW? OO 8«*€
f UKE A eo«»t-, BUT I P» vICRV FUSS'# ABOUT
lAPf FOOO AMO I OOM'T KNO«J U»HCTH«A *lb
| takc A cmamccl om tw<s pum:*.
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Carver of Stone
-.-.- ___
HORIZONTAL
1 Who is the f*
mous worker
in stone in the
picture?
12 Ulcer.
13 Female at
tendant of the
sick.
14 Toilet case.
16 To dose.
18 Form of "no."
19 Unit.
20 To exist.
22 Door rug.
23 Before.
24 Average
(abbr.).
25 To weep.' •
27 To hasten.
28 Small body of
land.
30 Covers with
turf.
31 Farewell!
33 Unduly warm.
34 Domesticated.
36 Fragrant
oleoresin.
38 Sooner than.
39 Ship's record.
40 Northeast.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
MARIONS
TALLEY |j
41 He Is one of
the lT. S. A.’*
finest —.
45 Sun god. ‘
46 Light Indian
boat.
43 Playing card.
50 Deity.
51 Cease.
54 Myself.
55 He is earring
the 'Confed*
’erate memorial
on the face of
rnmmmmmm*
VERTICAL
ITo depart.
2 Coffee pot.
3 Football eleven;
4 Upon.
5 Convent
worker.
6 The forehead.
7 Hops kiln.
S Second note.
9 Smooth.
10 Indian.
11 Greek letter.
13 Livelihood.
15 He -d for
President Wik
son the World
War aircraft
scandals.
17 Skillet.
19 The eye
21 Aurora.
24 Helper.
!8 Censure
27 Inn.
29 Night before
30 Sun.
12 To elicit.
33 Blood pump.
35 Surface
measure.
17 Member of a
Philippine
tribe.
11 Song for one
▼oice.
12 Weaver's
frame.
13 Balsam.
14 Mutton fish.
17 Mesh of lace.
19 Portuguese
money.
51 Masculine
pronoun. *
52 Behold.
53 Variant of 'e^
She SnramsinHe Herald
Has Been the Valley’s Most Popular Daily
Newspaper for More Than 40 Years
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