The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1931 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 31, 1931
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j, I win accompany you, ifc ..·aric will doubtless like to hed^ account." . ' · : ' · ' *· ,i should be only too glad if you yd, Doctor," replied Dick eager- Aince 1 s am not. allowed to sea ·ff$tt',- r -'L:'ba,yj£:no;;objection," said ij^Veatherleigh. ; 'T .1 can,. return i'i alrter; (is iitsrview.' We had jr start atyonce; there-is, I bei .a train about ten o'clock;" [ck agreed. He set out to pur- ·js a suit-case large enough to sin the pig. Dr. Weatherleigh, e fie was doing this, suggested ;tng a telegram to Sir Edric, ari- jcing their intended arrival. / met at the garage, where Dr. therlelgh looked closely at the efore it was'put into the suit- V very clever forgery, If, indeed/ one," he remarked. "I could a no ; opinion asi to its genulne- wlthout a very careful and de- 3 examination. It appears to 3ry,,heavy. Do you think that an manage It between us 7" U, yes," replied Dick confident- fered It fcisCplck, who. B^aUowed it gratefully. Almost immediately his restlessness left him, 'and^he fell into a doze, infinitely pleasant to his tired body. The rumble of the-.train soothed him; and he fell into pleasant dreams in which Alison played the principal part. How long ho dozed he could no\, telUjFHs dreams changed, and h was back in . the eel!, the cold draught of air from the roof blowing- strongly, upon him. He opened his eyes, to find the carriage door wide open, and a tall form standing besido it. · He'sprang' to his feat, half-awake, feeling instinctively the imminence of catastrophe. As he did .'so, tho man thrust out an arm, at the same time thrusting his foot between Dick's legs. For an instant Dick swayed, clutching wildly. Then he felt himself hurled off his balance ind falling thru space. And abov'e the roar of the train he heard peal after pea! of the demoniac laughter of the Funny Toff. (TO BE CONTINUED) INSECT LIFE By CLIFFORD McBRIDE r Restaurant proprietor who begins to spray j with evil smelting disinfectant just as you are starring to eat. ·C* Birds of a Feather BE CAU.UIN' cOAS IMGOIKXS (OPF My M M ; T NO UJANNA BUV DA BIRDS.' GOO-BYE! EA-SY/.' ON coorase. I 010 SAID voo By Leslie Forgrave Copyi^tii.J»3i j jy CtMral Pr.M'AUaciailon, Inc. A ^4aTE AND SEND1N IT Tt) SIR WORGESTeRSHIRE, GOODLOOKIN' IS THE ONLY WAV I 'CAN 3ET RESCUED FROM By THE CANNIBALS/ BUT, GOSH, DON'T KNOW HOW TO SPELL. RESCUE.--1 DONT KNOW IF THERE'S ONE "K" IN RESCUE PR TWO. WELL, I'LL PLAY SAFE-- ·I'LL. SPELL IT WITH THREE Safe--If Not Sound Copyright. 19SJ, by Centnl Pntt AMociaUin. Inc.

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