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7 r Jlf ® v i *• • if J J t,. AN s A s ' w '^" "* ?• fa OASSIPIED DISPLAY '{.•TUMI «. w ,m™.. Wo Dti; Inch ' .»«»».,»,„».» 60o p«r Inch 4&0V( Off fOf COO* rti, Ifrtaulof or iklp- fat*. iflM *dv«ftln«o enpv * urittl ft P.m. for ellowifxi day. rtrVttv* th« doht to ... adrarilMfMmi o(. Mention and to r*|wt ' ady»rllllno tut>- Of rt(0r« l«tt«f», count 01 ort« will not IM , Want Adi unl*M to our olltntlun i*tlOfl of od ttiio IM ON! 7-3431 STAR )»»T *v»ry wt»k4(jy odtmoon by MWIHIMfl «0, M, .._. tV'fc,. l««y>TrM. I Wtihlwn, Wl«»f i, M, Mnti, M*Mfint * W," Ntimtf/ M*ih, luiit. I. mUrtb MVtrtliln* Mtn«»»f <h« HIM* Ia «t rt •! *l I, »•»? »( * r &bttrlptkm Rot« (poyol>l» In od- •By «orrl«r In HDP* and ntlahbor- town* — ™«i #•»» „•& £|j£*r Vtar „„,,„„.,.......j, H ...«,». 13.00 ty mall iity H*f[»|«lWwli Navoila, Moyitli, Howard,, onii Milltr eoun- •«• -Month ,.,.,,„ ,..,.. On* I«»UHIII«K w.i> 4,10 m«l(' ,* •«, ,.,. '13,00 ... ollai a, T«M Av»,, Chleotjo N*w York 17, N. V.; l?«3 - ' ~ ' " MMi:"9«o N. , ill,; 60 i. ... ,_j Ii 4n.. „ _.. MM for r«put»l!catlon _, .1 ntwi pflnttd In thli *r, 01 «»*l| 01 all Ad § J \rnsp; BW ffcred AU ktnd« or hi«h quality work uontact Clitr Phono 7-2flU or (Nt 1 if » ^(rtto» % mouse trnp, even y«u build « by iho .way- tldo* The world will bout a path your flow," «o«l cold glloes Wfttenuolon. Dick Krwln, cttsl OH Highway 8?. Utt m« Wanted »«ai»e. 105U. Cull Mumi- A-SO-tt .$105 purse, Approxi- ln bills, Lost in CommunlU'. Uboral «nd AU Typo .... THRJJE room *|«Hmfnt. Hle«ly furnuh*4, *ttctrl« box. Bit!* paid, 204 Boniwr. Mri. A. ft, Ddbb, A-ltf VACAHT now. » room ftirnlnhad npnrlment. Ck-**-ln, Utlll|t«» p«W. Onran<-. Phone l>'44im. Ji-tf ?RONT r "5-»droom^"™convjriiTefi"r"to bnth. Within I block of Harlow Phono 7'214l?. 21 •« 3 ROOM unfurnUhsd npnrtmnnt. ITftnlwond floor*. BuflUn fix- ,,wrai> olo«*U, .'112 Kouth Mr». J, K. Sclumley. Dial 7-8577, 23-flt :i room hoi«coti|'. (tai'l. Ncnr Sdioolcy'n Store. Mr*, J. K, Hchooley. Phono 7-3377, 23>0t isp«i trnuni Call 7-IH8I, 0 In. Modern. D.m. u» fl For Salt TWO nlcft culv^ji. 81/r for locker or dc«p frfii'/.w If nwlr«d Set- or write HoirK-r W. Went. HI 3. Box irm, llopn, Ark, 2()..1t DlNINf! room *ulto. Ainu fine Ktovo 27-31 Real Estate for SaU 'I'M AC UK fur in nml pnnturo. All f(«n««(t, 4-wlr«i, Huiinlnjj wotur, nice fl-rofim hnnnr, front nnd buck parch, Improvement!! WuuUI cunt $10,000, Kloclrlcity end tfa«, Smnll orchiird. flr\o stock bin n, One ttmmtl hou«t>. Hwvunil out hwiiicK, «lx mlle« from Hope «i\ «ootl grnvel hlMli- woy, iichool Initt, runil route, lnlcph()iu< linen, White neighbor- hootl. One mllo to «tor« «/iU church; Price $13,000. IF IntoroKU'd wrlto FLOYD POKTIOHFIELD it SON llnp' 1 , Arkiinmia 30-nt 1,000 ACtiic rttot'k iiinnTwnTe? mill jtniNii, F'our huuflpH, ihroci fonrnH, AU frncctl. Hlpclt'k'lly niut nun. On (tnivdl hltthwiiy. 7n'i open, 400 ACIIK fumi. Throe houson, lhj'»« bHi'iin, All fenced. Klcct city nnd MHII, wiUoc and nrnMH. A B«od buy. FLOYD Hope, A SON 37-.1t The Negro Community By Htltn Turiwr Phont 7-4474 Or bring Ittmt to Mlii Turnir •t Hlokt Puntml Horn* Mi', nnd Mm. MuniHiu Sinnt, linvo rvturnoil to tholr honu* tti Louisville, Ky,, uftcr » visit with thu Coleniunii tind {rlcnds, Mrs. JoHKlo Watson und of Saernmtmto, Calif,, the house KU<*at« of Mr. und Mrs, Frank Flunoi-y Thui'Hduy. Fights Us( Night By Tht Ai«oel*l*d MQMTtttAL'oH Johnrty Greco. M7,Monlrtffl), *rtpolnt*d ArrnnncJ finvnlp, I3fl, Montreal 12, MIAMI, n* ~~ Baby V««4u»x. IM, Mexico City, nut|x)intH Hnlph tipflf!, 135, New Orlrnn* 10, NEWARK N, 3. — <',»n* Jonc«, M2'/ji, r'nnvlpn, N. J., outpointed Dill OlllUrn, 21 1 '/j, Newark ft. LOU ANOKLKH — Al Cru*, 122, Ln* Anget#«, «toppp*l Hector Rt'»i, 141, Kl Piuo, Tox, 3. OUT OF DOORS By The A«iO«l»!sd Pren AMI/.RICAN LEAOUli W NPW York 73 ClovelMiid 71 Boauin nv fl.'i I no MI in IrftiilK 52 71! Uetntll -12 112 WBDNEBOAY'8 SCHEDULE SI Th» Aft of r«tehlni •y At McCuANtt Flthlng ftdltor Th<>r« If juxt a llttlt mor« art to cntchlnit f»«n fUh on the fly nxl than moit obicrvtn allow. For thlt r«»*on, one fellow will catch eight or ten blu«Kill wl>ll» another chap lake* 40 to 30 In tru- »iim« pond at the ssme time. Not that numbort of (lib are nn I'HltrnftU' of RprotiiTinnxhlp — enn dlwnyu put back what you eun't fat — but it'* natural to want to iniprovo your skill In any sport. Th? tcclinlquei of fly fliihlng (or p»n flub me fairly routine in nt'- plication. Non« of th« pun npi-des .•I in fa«t on hid fin, and In gencTal it *e«srn» best to work ilu- Hy ,ft7.T jilowly. .55-1! With the dr/ fly. for Inntnnce. .VH\, nuikc (u loriK a cult an ponc.iliic .5111' I' >ou'rf not nuiiinn at « rlultiR .fUdlfidh, nnd let the lure nit for ton ,40llj or 1.1 «(HM>mls before rotrlevlnu, .3391 The retrieve should be mad>t '.n | xhorl. hnltlnK Hti-ps, givlag thi Duck Season Baseball Extended for 10-Days | face, | Both the gragshnppct'a and the i crickets move across the wattir in Hyrni 1 fish plenty of tm< to gc hu shol ' t ^' rks ' aml nny Smn " h: ' ckll> ,St, I,.,H|N m Ni>w York (8-IIII v« Reynold* H.VMI, il nt llhlliirlflfjhlii — Bar- clw UO-fli v* Kt-llnor (0-1 It, Chlc««o nt WwshliiKton --(nlRht), _.... Mtobtm 17-101 v» Moreno Ml-fli. j nhotild be ullowcd before stnrtlnK ° r >" u "' tumbnnil, in tandem with Detroit at Boston — MndNonitlio retrieve to net the fly down | " K» llfl y wi.-t fly is always a jjood bottom nnd look tl»- feathers over. I patterns or preferably, .sedge pat- Tho wet fly dhould be fl»h«l iui l '-' rn flshcd ln tho * Rmc ^ a V will much UIB saint' manner the only contu> ct Instantly. A small Willow- being thnt a lonKer timu leaf or Idaho blade about tho size (4-U) v* Brodowftkl <«••!) or I'ar-j U'll (10-7). TUESDAY NIGHTS RESULTS NdW York (J; St. Louis 3 •Clcvclund (I; rhlladelphla 3 (11 1; ChlenKo 0 Detroit .'I Jlnston 11; NATtONAL Brooklyn New York St. I.oulH Philadelphia C'hicntfo Ilonton Clnclnntl PlltNbnrKh LEAGUE W' I, III :KI 71 50 72 OS fll s;i Si 37 'fin 57 fn flu 71 1)1 Pel .5711 ,r>:i;i ,4111 .4311 .432 .21)0 WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE New York nt Pittsburgh — • Connelly tl-0) vfi Pollut (0.13i. liontoi; nt Clnelnnatl -~ (niuhti .Surkont (10>10i VB Church (fl-7). Brooklyn ut Chlcniio —l.andruni (l«a» VH R\mh 12-121, PlilltuU'lphlii ut St. Louis— (night) Slmnjoim ( 10-7) VH Mi/i-ll 111.51, TUESDAY'S RESULTS Brooklyn 4; St. I.oulH :i (mulii) New York 14 ; Pltt.tbur«l» 7 lloHton 2; Clivclnnatli 0 C'hlc«Ko 3; Philadelphia 2 iKi In- nlni;nl an deep IIH ponsibio. You win faclllliite sinklnK by imlna u g.w>A lender sink preparation. The nn- turiil path of Insect food in n hike Is from the bottom to top — unless you nri! iictunlly fishing in the surface when beoa and nnU lire blowing on the water. One of my favorite pan fish lukoK is heavily wooded, with thf exception of the southeast side where the slrnre is bordered by u lttr«e meadow. On dflys wh«n there's a good wind blowing out ol the Kouth, thnt end of the pona cots n liberal dose of Krasshoppors and crlolu'Ls tossed on the sur- Southern Race Is Closest in Years COTTON STATES Meridian Nntclu,'« LEAGUE W L 711 -111 75 S3 70 511 (111 (10 115 til I'd .01!) 04 7« IKI .524 .ft 111 .41)2 .37H .1141 •Ptti-k nlalu wan onjoyuit l\y one Wodnutttlny with (he park »ott, drlnkd nnd K*c Thu all «tnr «un\e wn« u with the Yurtior Ttgura botitli.ii Out Collo«t« ull Ktui's by « 9 to 7 »vuti>. Thin was the bo«lnnin« of n ihu-v* «iunc jicdos biHwyon IhfKu two tvnnin uf UOJH-. TuulKht AuRUDt ^7, tlun-c will u doubk' hvatlur, tho first umno will ho plnyod Uulwecn tho »H slur n'»'ls lunin inonunod by Miss Ut)iiK> L. Urown uiul cui.tiUn- od by MUa LmjUlo, Colo, uiut thi' Yorncr Hi«h TtgorolU by Phylitia J, Stuort. Tho si-cone! yuuu* botwttcu the Collojif «U slue nnd thi? Tlgui's boglnnlns ni 8:30 (>,nt. ni»ht. Don't forget U>««c ««nu>» nt tho Negro CUV Uopv. Cold di'inlrtt will bo sold. Koystune Lwtgo Mo, 43 will huvo cull iiH'etUm \V«dn«iida>' ui«ht, uu'oti UI-KIH! to All Will btt Mr. \V«dn«iida>' ut U\o i-0«Ultt>' inurftbw* ar« Bu«U»»*« at as «<l MM, house R Monroe Kl Dorado 1'lnq Uluff OS Oieenvllk* 47 Hot Spring.-! 4!l Lout Nlght'« Flesulti Monroe I; El Dorudo 0 Pine Hhiff I^-10; Hot S|irlii(jn 10-0 NutcheK B; Merldlun 4 Ciruwnvllle 3; Greenwood 4 Tonlght'a Qamei SeiiHon ended ItiHt nlttht; jdu.voffa Thursday night. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L ChutUnootfn 7ti ill AUantn 73 tm New Orleans 74 Oil Mull Uu 70 OH Mumphtv 70 70 Niishville OH 70 Little Hock (14 74 mmimnhum :>u HI L«U Nioht'i Re»ult» Atlanta 7; Uinuinuhani 'Jt Ohattunoogu 5; Little Hock 0 NttMhviUe 0; Memphis U Mobllis 0^4; New Orleans 4-« TonlgKt'i Qame« Atlanta at llirmlnyjuim ut Little ItocU Mobile nt New Drlenns CREW CUTS OSHKOSH. Neb. u»1 The swim- cli\ss ut the Oxhko.sh \\w\\ bus bud to skip tlie lesson of suv- tnfi « drownini,! person by Krusp hiH hl.s bnir nnd towintJ bim to itifoty, Kv«ryant> in tlu> class, Instructor Jume Cum included, has n tut. By STERLING SLAPPEY Associated Press Sport* Writer If the; bnsubnll in the Southern Association Is bad this season us soiiu' people claim It Is, then rViM-ybody in the lenijue must bo had toKOthcr, C'halluiicmuu looks very much like the pennant winner — there's no doubt about that. But, there is Mich ii surprlslnRly smull (,'np between the Lookouts and sith plaee Nashville thnt even the Vols still have a mnthcmntlcal; chance of winning the pennant -^nt this lute dule, , Nashville Is 8',i gumca Sin ar- ri'nr.s and the season has a week nnd a half to go. It's extremely unlikely that Nashville could get even as hi«h as third place, but the Vols woudn't make n bud bet to clmb Into the first division. They won last nljiht, 6-0, over tlu- team they need most to beat "-- Memphis. The -Chicks are In fifth, a Manic uhead of Nashville nnd u gamo out of the first dlvi sion. One Rood spurt of, say five stratum victories, and Nashville most probably would be perched comfortably in the top section. The front running Lookouts kept their {{rip with another shutout. 3-0. over Little Hock. Little .Rock and Bimilntjluim are the only teams definitely out of the pennant race. Sonny Dixon was the winner with an eljjht hitter. . There was another shift at second place with Atlanta taking pos- >eS!,ion once again. The Crackers whipped nirmlnuham, 7-2, to root New Orleans out of the tie for runner up. Now Orleans divided a (U.ubleheadei- with Mobile, losing tin first 0-a and winning the niuhteap, G-4. Hirmir.gham made- four louble- plays i>ut Atlanta's hltling attack was far too much. Hob Ludwick and Tom Lako.s liuvc.up two hits in whipping Now Orleans in the opener. Mel Brookey j.ot both. In the nightcap Now Orleans' Krank Thomas, F, e 1 i p e crew i Montemayor nnd Dulc Long horn' < rod. Pet .59.1 ,fl32 .5211 .507 .300 .4»:l .4114 .421 bet. The lure Is fished down and across stream on a IOIIR drift nnd brought hack slowly, fluttering very close to the bottom. Only wingless flies are reliable for this type of fishing. A "hackle" pattern tied with a fat body is very lifelike and easily manipulated. Trout flics are .substitutes, but they nro not nearly as satisfactory because of the turned down eye employed on trout hooks nnd the sparse dressing. Long, flowing hacklos and ringed eye hooks to allow freedom i began of motion between fly and sgtinner' — that's the stuff good spinner flies are made of. Simple dressings such as yellow chenille boddy, yellow hackles, and a bright red tail, or an orange chenille body with white hackle and red tail, are far bettor for pan fish than fancy trout patterns. (Distributed by NKA Service) ! i WASHINGTON -«M— Improved; conditions in northern breeding! grounds will Rive duck hunters an 1 additkmfi) Hi days' of hunting this; .vein-. i 8..-cii.'tary of the Interior Chap-' man yrstrrdjiy signed new tnlgra-l tfry waterfowl hunting ri.-i(ulatjons which will grant all flyways UK- extra 10 days of hunting. i Albert M. Day, director of the' r'lsh and Wildlife Servito, said the i Mississippi Fly way stall's from tin;! eastern borders of Ohio, Kentucky'' Tr-mu-ssi:e and Alab.ima to th.- ! wi-stcin Ixirders of (.)hio, Kentucky/ Mi.'iSoDi'i. Arkiin.-iii.s and Louisiana will al;:o have a r i5-<liiy open si'.i-l -on. with no state taking n split! KOUMon. ' H.iu and possession limits fur, (if.cks Ihi.s year will remain the 1 .•;:>.mo as for 19"i1 in the Mississippi flywi.y. | Tin/ open seasons and limits in-j eluded; Mississippi Klyway states—Ducks, cinily ban lirnit four, possession limit eiyht. Fiay or possession lirnit may include one wood duck only. Daily bag for American and red- breasted Mergansers 25 singly or in the aggregate of both kinds; no possession limit after opening day ol thy season. Geese, daily bag and possession limit, five, including not more than (.11 two Canada geese or its subspecies, or Ib) two white- fronted guesc, or ic) one Canada F.OOSI; or its subspecies and one- white - fronted goose. Coot, daily baj; and possession limits, 10. Tests Start on Bull Shoals Dam MOUNTAIN HOME, this (ffi Tests week on the first of four 40,000 kilowatt generator; to be installed at the Bull Shoals powerhouse, Army engineers an noiinccd today? The unit is being prepared for ceremonies Monday at which Son. John L. McClellan will start cur| rent flowing from the electric] gi-ncrating project. The unit is ox pectocl to g<5 into production with in two weeks after the ceremony.! By The Aiteelated Pr«st AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 5-6 Milwaukee 1-5 Louisville 9 Kansas City 6 St. Paul 6 Columbus 1 Minneapolis 7 Charleston 2 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE I.os Angeles 6 Hollywood 5 Seattle 4-fl San Diego 3-0 Sari Francisco 5 Oakland 2 i Sacramento .') Portland t TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 3 Tuisa 1 San Antonio 5 Houston 4 H'-.UDiiont 'i Shruveoort 1 Oklahoma City 5 Fort Worth WESTERN LEAGUE Denver 4 Lincoln 2 Omaha 2 Colorado Springs 2 Dos Moincs 4-1 Wichita 3-0 Pueblo 10 Sioux City 2 BobatsMay Lose Another Letterman Conch Joe ICnsnu'nger is singing tin; blues over the possibility of tin: loss of anothf., lelierman for (he season. ' One of his star backs, Clyde Arnold, is suffering from a stomach ailment which just might keep him from playing rootball. Lineman Lcroy' Cooley, it was previously announced, is out for at least half of the season, possibly all. Twice daily the boys are work- mi,' out. usually ending with a .stiff scrimmage. The overall picture, according lo the • mentors, is doubtful. The team will be lighter than last season but possibly faster, and as usual, inexperienced. Dallas All Praise for Negro Hurler By HAROLD V. RATLIFF DALLAS </P> — Dave Hosjk called by some "the snvior < Texas League," Rets his "nig tomorrow night. The Dallas Negro pitcher, has packed in 104.301 fans in appearances, will be honored Ft. Worth as he hurls the f game in a crucial series betw the clubs. To show his value as an atti tion, Hoskms has actually ad D2,8.~)0 to the league atlcndar Without him. the curcu.it woi^' far clown: with him it is alft up to last season. The average attendance this y has been 2,3»1 per same. His cmgc for the 30 appearances been . r >,-176-5,608 at home and 5 away. Nineteen of his games h been pitched in Dallas. Jerry Doggett, publicity direc of the Dallas club, also estim; that Hoskins has drawn 13,000 included in the paid" attendyt such as ladies nights and pt«« Dallas will give him his "nig Wednesday of next week. He be showered with gifts. STEADY SUBSTITUTE WASHINGTON —W— George Strickland, who replaced the Jittery Ray Boone us the regular Cleveland shortstop. Monday night handled 10 chances perfectly and participated in three double plays. WALL STREET NEW YORK (,P) — The stock i ket held to a fairly steady coi today despite dragging tendon in a few areas. Both gains and losses wore f tional with few exceptions, many times the majority of in a major changed. division traded In England the spark plugs of an nutomobile nro called the "spark- inn plugs." Attention Ladies It Is time to get out those F; Clothes and bring your alter tlons to RUTH'S SHOP For quick guaranteed servlc NOTICE KIDS Free Airplane rides wi each 12 bottles of SIN JEWELRY CLEANER turned in at STUEAF GROCERY CO. Ask yo neighbors for empty b( ties. W. L. Clark X SPORTS ROUNDUP ,By QAYUE TALBOT, NEW YORK —*- U Is sjul to Al l.opo?. throw in Hf»ivk . t Mw. Pinkte lioone as long as he possibly could have, and then he moved. Ho owed and. lu effect, coueodvl it to hi# pitchers. Hill, La. Mrs, Alberta Andwson of Kan- su* City, Mo., U vUlUn« her parents, Mr, and Mr*, Arthur Me- F»aije«x, and - km Cbjvelund Indians nro out e American ^oaKUo r;vco, for (Al r*ully thought his boys could do il this time. If you failml to s«>«» Al's an- nwmceuumt, U cam« tho other day in tho form of tho itutofinito bvnch- Mr, »«d Mr». wm, W, C.. W*uon. §r«iwid«utih. 0* Ca|«., 6, D, ^TaUon ot Vicksburg; IrftKS,, 0, ~ ' " ittd BobW» (U., CottrtU of Mr*. Rob,»rU BJ*ho» of *nd Mu. LlHUn NeUwn s-f El rudu h«v« iieturt^d to UM»U- »tt»r % visit with the McOh««*)i. Durtai th«tr «t*y t«la«d with a picoip to HW Ui* )tftra« ftf mud with «0 uw*wf«d to vtstt r«J|»Uv«f wrt »t fenuiy Suodty t» Oiu» of the fiorst things w« a*ked Lvpes at Tucson last spring was whether ho thought he could win with lloone, just starting his sec- 1 ond full season, at short. U \vfls , the question uppermost in the In- dinns' camp. Otherwise, the club suit) that, so (i>r as h« Boujte would be out tlu> rest Of Uxe way and that his place vyquld be taken, in u manner of ing qt Hay Ikt? lloone. the Tribe's', obviously was pretty well set, es- regular Sshoristop, That was it. j pecially in hitting and witching. From her* on the Indians will play! But it has long since been out Uwli 1 . »cl|eiJuU>, and ih» Y«n- that you can't win a (lag without kee* will dwclde how to Uiwy v»p a first-class shortstop. their fourth straight World ivnos Lope» «iid yea, h.e realited better l-wt. „ than anysute else thai the likeable young teHuw from S*n Diego had been spotty last y*ar but Uiat he fully expected him to settle down and prove himself a ic»l big leaguer this seasou. He w«s Uw-klttg very delt out there in Uu> U'«iuU»8 games, and, proiuisvd to be a whale of a hitter tor « shortstop. AU thing* «atv< Al summarized, b» b*- » couW win with Now U can only be .._ n «*t(W«»«d period ou the bench eaa* tea strain ott ^ooae'* ' that he will y*l com* b«sk to play ih* br«ad of k*U ojt bj» w ?»|»We. Until h. ' by George Strickland, a r«««ntly obtained from . Th« man t\\m\ Tampa ti«k»Uy nv^djt} his painful decision U»e jiU«ry Boone committud vrtor« in o»x« game. 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PlGHT BACK IF ITS OKAY r-<l AND ASK HIM SHE SAID ) f^ou TELL HER 7O ASK -f S THAT I PAID ^VOU yJ .1 (^VOU^SHOULD ^\ ^ ^-~x_ f/ L-- •sf^i & i-? ^ T£k\ ^ OUT OUR WAY HOPE t A fc,» M t KJIH S A S OZARKIKI • -• ^»-~~~ i MQM vveve GOT THEY FINAL' v) > TO GO THRU IT PAID YES \' ( ALL OVER? AGAIN AT MY HOUSC M \ THIMQ9 LI Good to Eat k HORIZONTAL 1 Split soup 4 Greek letter 12 High mountain 13 Dry 14 Subterfuge 15 Knock 16 Easy jobs 18 Foes 20 Ones of a kind' 21 Twitching ] 22 Comfort 24 Seed vessel 26 Shade trees < 27 Chemical ^ • • engineer j& "• <ab.) M 30 Peril • •&>* 32 Satan 34 Thoroughfare 35 Earache 36 Weight* used in India 37 Small devils 39 Masculine 40 Growl 41 Pose 42 Cavalry sword (var.) .45 Mineral used in fertilizers 49 Monotonous round 51 Worthless table scrap 52 Minced oath 53 Bewildered 54 Girl's i • nickname 55 Corn . 56 Peruse ' 67 Watering j. • place e - VERTICAL 1 Peel 2 Dash '-;'? 3 Canape 4 Fundamental 5 Great Lake 6 Christmas tree decoration 7 Fruit drink 8 Dried plum 9 Entice 0 Employer 1 Disorder 7 Pamper 9 Italian city ,3 Early church desks 24 Exclamations 1 IZ IS IB z. ZH 30 1H 3t> . ZS 1 3 21 fZ W i>i * 43 Hfl 19 it 'lu j > 1 ^1S K 5 1_ a> l_ N 5 L 3 A < 1 a, c S war to Previous Puzz A 1 R A 1 B i r c < f . \ t (? ' A T I B • M 1 -J N e • s • 3 S 3 M A A P E 5 , % B r o B S M O _ R " A E S E S K. _^_ S 0 U B N S S S E A T O C * C A C T i E L C L =" 1 B O • \ t \ 3 R ' B J 1 ^ _ A J R z si . T s - A X L. 3 A s « S A T S 12 B A R K o e *P t_ N A N " a E R 25 Rant 42 Pace 26 Dropsy . 43 Jason's shif 27 Quotations (myth) 28 Salute 44 Green 29 Otherwise vegetable 31 Spoiled , ..-; 46 Entreaty 33 Restrict . & 47 Snare 38 Laud **!$. 48 Volcano in 40 Rate ., "" Sicily 41 Dinner course 50 Damage H 13 Ib ;;•;;; •a •47 ? '"%• Zfe •;.; bO i'i 5b 9 ii xf| If 38 V5 7 II a 3Z 35 ^ % 17 20 m HI 8 4 ?'•/'. 33 39 9 27 - b| 51 5T 10 II za z H7 H By J. R. Wllllami CARNIVAL By Dick Turner If.M. Ktf. U. S. P»t. Oil. | Copi. 1902 li> NEA Srr.,cF. Inc OUTA FLASHLIGHT BATTCRIES., OUTA --AW j ME:EP OIL IM THIS- HERE LANJTCRM TO PO SOME CHORES-/ I'LL ONLY TAKE A LITTLE OUT OF EACH CAN/ WELL, WE VE &OT SUPPER ONJ TH' OUT OF TH' CAMS. BEP AMP PONT WAIT TILL I'M IM BEP ASLEEP.' •Mr THE ASJT CHEATER 1 ; OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople MlSTAH "CvJlGGS, B^TLE-AVl HAS ^ BACKSLID TO HER OLE TRICK OB THE 6PSLL6 HEAD- ACMES iM A\L)6T WATCHED GO DOv^N) AMD FIGURED AFTER- MI STAH MA30R CAST DOVJM -"HE 6OT IM A TCLAGSV HER HSR FAST AT MORE RUMNllMS VIC FLINT k By Mleho.l b'Malloy and Ralph vvaLL^PALiM NJOWHSRUv A\X X TMOUawT H» VVA* NICB. HERBS SPIKE KE6GSA SURE. _ PASTY! YOU STILL JGOT BU£IME£5 WITH SPIKE. WANTA ^EE HIM ? ,,. i Bi BUT't THEM BOulS AND HER BUDDIES 60 OOSCWW A-JOO V00« OYO By Edgor Mttll si" FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger "Only one man in my audience! Is there any better proof 'that my party, has not loaded this county with government job holders'for political profit?". SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith BUGS BUNNY HELP l^ REALLV SETTIN' TOUGH TH16 1^ OUR FIR6T -STOP/ T SET WHEN I Httve T' HIKE — -tVOU FOE. /\ HELPER/ GET ^OU NOWHERE, ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hqr -..--. _ - _ ....... ..W M "They're creditors—they found cut he's marrying money!" l-mwt, UVEK • WHAT'S THE ^ HE 3AY9 HE'S SOUTH 7\ MATTER ) NEVER EVEN /"...AN 1 NOW N I WITH HIM?/ HEARD OP / YOU GOT HIS WITH ISO.OOO AIR DEFEN0E WATCHER6 IN THIRTY 0TATE6 .WE'LL BE SErTJNQ REPORTS ON THEM EV TEN MINUTE0/ BODY'LU EVER K. KNOW WHEKE IT'LL GO) ?ff^4V Ip/ -~?^f?f ^T^^-^: >%W^@?\ J^4<si./. ,--y «ar H, V CHRIS WELKIN, Plonetcer FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Michael O'Molley ond "Ht bought «n Aboard motor! I with | ?filfc* < d_U mj|4 a fur APOLE5CENT KO,VEO X WANT TO TAJ-K. OP TMe «TAR-J, w^&co/ne ANOTHER IVe ALREADy POPULATION t>NGHT—• EVERY CHICK HAS HER NEST/ SA - «9fiT PflfgL, CHCtaS SWARM T66ETHER. AMD DISCUSS /VJfi-V, HAIRDOS/

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