The Miami News from Miami, Florida on February 9, 1937 · 30
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The Miami News from Miami, Florida · 30

Miami, Florida
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Tuesday, February 9, 1937
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MIAMI DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1937 PAGE TEN Don't Miss the Funny Paper Party on WIOD Every Sunday, 8;3Q A. M. BELIEVE IT OU NOT- ' By RIPLEY I SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK jpUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS me III ' M WHEEL DRAWN BY ALEXANDER STAULSON Baltimore, MA.. WHILE WAITING-FOR ATELEPHONE OPERATOR TO GET HISNUMEtR CAT 30 YEARS OLD Owned by MRS.H.LUDDy San AndreasCalif. HE i a rumVTIAN HINDU IN NEW YORK ,S EMP10VED A3 A STORED BV THE WiiSTWW THE FLOATING ISLAND FLOATS ABOUT Of4THE SURFACE OF ORANGE LAKE, MclNTOSH, Florida. "2-9 Copt llll. tint F EXPLANATION OF YESTERDAY'S CARTOON The Killer of John Wesley Hardin John Wesley Hardin, who served time for the killing of 44 men was pardoned by Governor Hogg of Texas on March 16. 1894. He was killed by John Selman deputy constable, who .hot him in an Kl Paso saloon on August 19. 1895 Selman was ; arrested by his own son who was a constable. He was acquitted after he swore that he had fired in self defense. John Selman. sr., was in turn shot to death by U. S. Deputy Marshal George Scarborough in an alleyway outside a saloon on April 5. 189 6. Scarborough too, was acquitted after he pleaded self defense. j 2ttgu W 3.011100' M 'Us rvt 657 I- VViT; V i f V P 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEG. U. S PAT. OFF VOU 3MOULD KKiOW I COULDM'T DO THAH" TO HIA BV juerr push img wis FEET OFF MV OOOD SK.1CT VOU KNOW HIM' !1 WELL. I HAVE TO SAY SOME THING, OR. LISTEN TO A HOWL OF w FAVORITISM" III! i ! 1. vv that pcovbs rr.Too-' NEVER A WORD ABOUT WHUT VOUK SKIRT'5 UOIM ON THE PAVEMPORT - NEVEE. A WORD ABOUT, I S HIS LtO &ur3 1 tf, tK. hl- Cv- OUTA JOlMT-l TIS DID THIS TO PGDVE. ITJ rnl" P1937 BVNE j - WHV MOTHERS GET 3EAV. cr.f?wiaiiM5 f.rc tucc rtnv; 5;u?F GO IN FOR DETCCTIVE STORES-THEi EAT EM UP-STORIES O' ROBBERY M H16H-JACK1N' NJl15-Jf5TA LIKE REAMN TRAPE PAPERSFOR -SNWm- ANP- HIS GANG. S POSE- It . HUH'. ONE THING I NOTtCE IN ALL THESE STORIES - WHEN TH licdA ic ira fv TifiWT SPOT HE WFVER GIVES AN INCH - HE KNOWS JUSTICE tS GON TO TRIUMPH, JUST IN lH INILY O line LEAST TH' AUTHOR KNOWS T- a nwru FOR Tr-4FSP BOOK HEROES TO BE BKWt ?J??y BUT THERE o NO nuit-irs. uuin iu RESCUE rit ( H uui acwrsw - THIS S NO r tAut - iwj I S TH REAL M CO"!- k i nwA CIVtV ANir I AST" SfcNS 'SNORTY - I S U RETW"ANTTO LAST- rpin a hfko i bKtm iurr. BUT 6EIN- A OEAP HERO CAN'T 8E MUCH FUN,-FOR TH' HERO - GUESS ILL Bfc (V L1V& AT LEAST. FOR A WHILE - T HAR0Lt GRAY" 2-9-37 BUNGLE FAMILY Invited By HARKY J. TUTHILL A hum-huml You say uou have goats ( goats. I said IIUIIKi .K1 li fill I --lit No, Inspector) Spooks? Ah, I'm afraid,. Mr. DOOCUe.nOX TWti(-nwii.i-iiai- .isiiauuvvmy W'liva anosxs is a dit rV " ahosts is a bi: out or our. line. Our motto is. Mfe foow anttfifng, but looking ror xne fingerprints or spooks is a little too... ar 1 6.911 Pat 'oTT" Goats? To blow chills on spines Woo 'A. 7 ihn The more I man. I II pay'ni. Ul " a11 mnnnt. n 'to TOHOW a anost. Through . : i M I'll nauCome come,men,dont shake f $5,000! B your heads until arter was MM k A 1 w,i pjl j u L SX3 GOOO. HOW COULD I OP BEEN SUCH A SAP V s r' l rT? -Lu 0 JT3SEWHtil T VilKJ-T LPT LORD DiilSH BOTTOM BUDOE OUT OF HIS ROOM, BUT 5TILL H SWEARS UK 4WD DOWN HE DON'T KNOW WHAT HE DONE THE NIGHT HIM ND WILLIE WENT TO THAT NICjHT CLU I WISH WILUE WOULD TELL. ME- HELLO- WELL. I HAD MY ONE MAN CANO WORKIN' AAJNST A WRESTLtK TO NIOHl. t3Ji nc DIDAsPT DO SO GOOD. BUT WILLIE .SIMPLY WON'T TALK. TH UY flOT A HOLD ON HIM LIKV. THI5- AMO OH.BOV HP MADFi TH' ONE MAN CANO .SING LIKE A CANARY. ' humm. J Tribwn-N Y Nr Fynrf r.t.. '- V (DM. lit OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Roople VECV.AH.' 7 V.VIEM TMA-T V 1 dAM SCE MlM, f - ' VJ re lm i L v ii- n. J wnp f wow, lippim3 fEE'D C P A f f ItslTO i A EELLMCP MAH. ME WA5 :J MUM ( TOM, ) A. QUARTER, 1, fiTJlTTlM' IT UP J7 MPRE'SfV HOTEL'S V( A4'D STANT MG re STREET W.Ps I I TO KJA.IL. L. ARCUWD iw w L i A ClWiP PAKK3LIM' Sl A. rOWKl -TM' fl LOBBV A VBOMCWE ARM LOwfi, 1 1 OAP AND vV -'TEMiM(2i "TO V : Asi ME -SAY ME WA NATO k POlsD UP W MIMSELF BEIMC3 W I SCLI' T'fOME SWELL J VWMTERlN TM' LIKjENJ ' J5PAEP Jp M FITTING; DROPR-BILT X SHOES The Correct Shoe for the Growing Child ORRAINT Children's BooteryJi, 101 S. E. FIKST ST. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ahhhhhh By MARTIN ' ' OW OOO I KAS'dW 1 WMOVaj UiWAT 1'LV. OO TWtRt'l rAORt ROOM HtHt K VA 1937 BV HE SERVICE. INC. T. M. PEC. U. S. PAT. OFF WOT C.AO- Mi Jl ot ao nst v TAILSPIN TOMMY A Plan of Attack T1OMMY WAS ABlt TO rRE-Er HlMStLr- PROM THE" ROPtS THAT BOUMD HIM TO THE" CHAIR- BUT HIS HANDS AR STILL TlErD SE-CURErLY BtHIND HIM.. MErATfiAHILEr, SKE-E-TErR. AMD SLIM CAUTIOUSLY APPROACH T HE-HOUSE- THAT IS GUARDE-D BYTHE" TWO CROOKS fifeKlJ.THE-REr'S Jj&vTWO GUYS ME-AR TMTItMY PLIV--V 'AtH HOUSE- J MAYBE- YOUrTV- Jq-Q O --HUTjl'S BtTTtR GO UP) Vj3ft AMD TAKE- A s&TW LOOK AT THE- SgV UMfed pRISOrHErP. I 1., )tf Si ZZZS1 Ej HAL FORREST TH' THIM LTifi?a,CS H BIRD ... YOU -fa IWx srJl'l TAKE- Tr-f 7pJ A-SWl A

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