Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 14, 1937 · Page 57
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 57

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY U • 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN GUY! — LETS HEAR YOUR SYST£trt TOR WORSES !-I SPOS& VOU fiO HINDU WITH A TURBAN , UGMT SON\£ PUNK AN" TH' WINNERS C.IVE . VOU TU" WINK IN A V^ CRVSTAL . EH ? TOSH TO THE T»J^rLt SYSTtlA I' UPON THE KNOWLEDGE AND . JUDGMENT OF RACING STEEDS'. 1 ,SIR, USED TO TRAIN RACE HORSES '—EVER H&AR O."RAJAH'S RUBV"?—HE WAS SICK IN AUSTRALIA WHEN HI* OWNER TURNED HirA OVER TO Vit I GAVE HlfA A TRANSFUSION OF KAN6AROO 'BLOOD —AND IM TWENTY -RACES THAT HORSt FINISHED THIKTY ^SUIAPS IN. FRONT OF TH& FIELD ' THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY NO WONOEK THE: COONTY ^ JAIL WAS/OT ON A PAYW& J WHEN THE NEW 3HEt?IF7= TOOK OFFICE TOPAY HE CLE,»\NEP OUT TWE I>ESK ANt> POUNO 26 MOUSE MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP BELIBVE. rr,.. -.. TftY(r4'To >W A. SAY, X WUV BUTtWERS Kj£VfeR. USE WUfTE PAPER To WRAP OP TH&IR VOU /MAMA SAID, 1-14. copvuiorr, 1737. O-VTHM. mess ASSOCIATION BRICK BRADFORD —And the Lord of Doom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray Daily Crossword Puzzle 20 29 24 3» Zl 37 1< |0 27 32. ACROSS 1—Don* In vain 6—South Americ* (abbr.) S—Nothing Greek alphabet 23—Flecks 26—A goad for driving cattle 9—Greek letter 29—Wither 11—A recreant 31—A covering 12—Paid (abbr.) of false hair 13—Bind 33—Mama 14—A fabric 34—A commer- made of ctal city in compressed Washington 39—Form of— en before labials 37—External 38_The (Old IT—Enilave State* 18—Acts (Law) 27—Off 19—King- of 28—To tak« Bashan dinner 2o_ Away 30—A sheepfold 22—Personal 32—Goddes* of pronoun JSarth 24 —Cripple 34—A male 25—Second descendant president of 35—Boxer the United » (slang) Answer to Previous PuzzI* wool, fur or hair 1«—Peer 18—A caster whe«l 11—Lwt letter of the English form) 39 — Scorched DOWN Z— To untie t 3— A necktl* iO— Unoccupied 4— Unwell 11— Neuter 5— Force out pronoun T— fioutbwert 15— Attempt . DIGNIFIED TERMS No Extra Charge Diamonds, watches, clocks, silverware — a choice selection from the finest workshops — priced to fit any budget. LIVERGOOD BROS. 215 North Federal Ave. KEEP /WINS.' WE SHOULD COMTACTA PATROL SOON.' LOOK,YONDER.' TWO MEW WEARING ENEMY UNIFORMS/ BUT ONE APPEARS TO EF. A PRISONER OF THE OTHER.' TVX) CAVALRYMEN LEADII SPARE MOUNTS APPEAR ON A NEARBY HILLSIDE I AM BRICK BRADFORD.'I WISH TO DELIVER TO YOUR COMMANDER WIS PRISONER,THE, EMPEROR. TEMUCHINI -.' WELL, I'LL &E SWITCHED.' - ROY, 0 BOY, OWN/WON BRASS HATS fiWNT WHEN SEE WHAT WE'RE A-BRIM6IN BIG SISTER ByLESFORGRAVE TAKE -vOUft. Tl M E / BUT; BOV. COT TO HAN/El REST BEFORE IGOAMV V/E CTOOD A.-S OOT OF HERE MOVO - OU' 3KV LOOK GOOD'. KEEP YOU see MAKES VOO o/sr , IV£ WAD KW iF eXPLOR.VN3C! BUT we DID o\scov«2. os'. FUO- . ai.OOM.lNiG: NMELU r BE DOGGED'. AK» AII^T: rr PORTV . BODDV, CAT PLO>NE«. vS SLOOMIM' OlS AIR ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON HFC V '-, PAT 0" . COMB'CHT. On. CTNTCAL i CAMT STAND ir, ETTA: HE CQESKir KHCfrl Tr4AT_ I PROMISED YOU " " FiaHr." HE THINKS I'M SCARED* HEPO'-AND HERE'S Nouft HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN INSPECTOR WADE B«UUr»4 U. a P»tenl Olflt*. By EDGAR WALLACE YEP-IT SPELLED OUT PQN WAN.-CALL INSPECTQB. W&DE, /AN' THAT'S WHAT TM DOING 1 YOU MEAN THE FRCM THAT fAIRRDR' WAS IN COOI' WHAT/ WHERE ARE VOU?— I'LL BE THERE IN HALF AND TH1RTV MINUTES LATER WHERE DID ^ >THAT BK5 WOODEN THOSE f ttNAlS) /MOWf I-BUT THERE COME FROM?

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