Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 13, 1930 · Page 11
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'NE DFCATUR HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1930, ^ t ***« » ni goodby bcc^t^ u a Rood kind irl, nd " "·*·*« ! »»» lamposi he called «,, n i n . him in bed, Ho Btt » dp wp, lelliiiK me h,', g^ r Kumpoat (mifitiu" ill him " ; int so d.-lltlous Iul V0u in- coin' to K nt W( ,||M i\ '* ood." suld ii'mo D(l(( to tho Golden Nonh tl)(. huppy result O f hi» tion (Sown-rlver, "Which '" 11 '' on you (lu concluded, "I u'd call an alert told her you wa» »!. u uiy out. So now yott an' go cut on the n «u (rood on my lie." agreed. "I ny longer," to fiuit a boom mlntn 1 . he coin's good, Cutty." ind w.t what Induced Lump here?" ami tnl'l her ' Ii ' he promised rt^r Tandy cain« out of u k p cho sun In the in, '. Fmo Dan onpoftrsd ' I hot low-ftown Hctwma hi oak Cntty Devoting .inic hi-t MI' hnmlUnn hai stui f ·inch. 1 he (innounccd the- color of nld i t thi- United r died iv h UP I'm r m m d , "there ftln'l nn , HO the coniillti]. hy jury ntn't In I teni'p, I've delete-1 md Juiy tin' yoii'vn ' piovctl guilty u I vein" Fiiro bun il»- 'r n i i i f h on l/m, T«nd\ i.n Justice; nn 1 It's lh« 1 , court thtit you' 1 '* iMl, tin li'H n|, i t th,, VO'l irdcrl" Tdnilv Miiiumril Knro Dim drew a mmll u tol. no long IT ihftn it ·run )iN venl porket Knit nflv xp i tly between tli v t v o Then hn wnltenl f. In town !'mi LXm nnlv,l, (.'ill nt her bouncer tn hn 1 mi in mine Into her r(. bv hiimii 'I iititly Kill In INI, jirietnoon '' d Doc would, CJftlU li · dunk· (on lld It. liidrd Tiituciiriml LACK, AN OLD OPPfeR OF JORLOWAP OAXS. UNO IN HIS EVES Tonm* CAN oo NO JPONGl IN THE JANE ARDEN Th6 Escape' By Monte bnrrett anrt Frank Ellin W I L l Uit YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO STAY IN} BE THE EASIEST FART- HERE AND WATCH ME WHEN fp IT'S STAYING AWAY. THS MOUSE IS ASLEEP WHERE THEY CA^T FIND , THAT eornePS ME iff rut MAN IN THE WOKLD-lP HE X/TIM6-THE S M^MY LIP6 WOMTg YOUR COUPAGE/W3OA UNCLE W1GG1LY i i 1 1 1 1 M !·; ' .It* IIOM \ K I ( M M , \\H,I,U,1N IfONM ·nth)' I 111 ll U I I I'V llrXitl I'd Illl j l l l t t tint 1 it iii'in tils linllim n1uni| It mi 11 v, nt M in in 11 tin V, It I ll I lit,I ll ! · till III III IV. 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DECATUR HERALD Bobby Thatcher Up To Now AN eARUY AGK 8OBBY .BO FROM THE HOMS OF Ml® GUAR.OIAW, JEO FLINT, BECAUSE OP HARS« TREATMeHT.».-.TWO YEAOS LAT^R H^ RETUBMEO TO PtNO FUtNT MA.O LEFT THE' COMMUNITY* A»4O If* THE DESEKTEO FARM MOUSE FOUMO A. TORU LETTER FROM A RELATtVS" IM 7HE CIT/ WHO HAO WRITTfil4 TO FHt4T CONCBR-NtMC UlAA-*.-..-· THE RELATWS WAS RVEAL^O A« IDA BAXTER, A GREAT AUMT WHO HAO TARBO FOR, 6OBBYS SISTER HATTtE AFTBR, THE CHtLOREtVte WSWC LOST AT SEA. 80BBX ARRIVED MIB AUHT RVACHBO - '- * TO POVBRTV AMO HATTIK THATCHBR WAS OBLlGaO TO FIND SMPUOVM'KHT IM A FACTORY. Boeay «OT woa AT AW AIRPORT, FLYING TO CARIBOO (K4 THE FAR NOfcTH, FOUND BAD NEWS AT THE END OF THE WILD RID6 -- THE NEBBS By Sol He» RUDOLPH NeB,TME KEBO OP THE 5TORV_ A MAKl UKE HOST MEM66O.F- SATISFIEO AMD A CUT SOT^S~n CA^ » MAS ^ ^OOO HEARTJA61TTOO 600D FOR MtS MENTAU CAPACITY,\WHICH LEADS MIM TO MAKE A LOT OF STCftuSMT AKJO RtCEMTW ACOtMRCD A FORTOWE IW MERE'S HIS WI3 SCW AMD +4eiR,OUNlOR,' AKJD OOUICHS5 OO3, SPOT. ^ ** f T * n ^WntlE W.ACK, ·TWE EX-MCAO- WAITREiS AMD WOVW A MOVIE ACTRESS *MO STARRED 1W THE PLAV, *OS$rtHYS MUfrSG'; A STOIM 'PORTR(W1KJ6 THE tiF OP MER FATHKI^ , FUNT, -'vfeR HOOD-- THEV MOW EMPLWm W TME ONE9-NB66 tXTWS CORTORATIOkl AMD EM666ED TO W*^A WE COOK, ',Mom. COOK. NOT r*XH TO LOOKAT BUT A6RCMTCOOK HAS ACQUIRCD ANTB A TOBTUME Vf OeW* U.TMP COMSe*NATlVE....MC» ^BtT svuecr ON svwtA. APAMV WTV4 N tOE6B ALSO DlRBCTCtt OP TMC PlCTWttC- AWO AHAK. THAT OC»*THIM«»- GAS BUGGIES It Gets Better and Better By Frank Beck EM IVES AT THE PALACE HOTEL FOR A PERSONAL INTERVIEW WITH THE NATIONALLY PROMINENT C FINANCIER, WHO ADVERTISED FOR A COURAGEOUS MAN TO 60 ON A COKIFIDENTIAL MISSION ENTAILING SOME DAN6ER . OH,YE5 HE'S EXPECTINS YOU --. FRONT- SHOW THE GENTLEMAN UP IN MB. SMITH'S PRIVATE ELEVATOR. OONT KNOW MUCH ABOUT HIM. /S M6'5 ' VERY ' " MY5T6RIOUS BUT HE 3 ALWAYS 60T PLENTY OF JACK. HE TIPPED ME FtVE BUCKS YESTERDAY, MY THE A». IV* Hit AND W)VL tNTf KVltW* FOR WM. DUt^ TO HIS FROMININOE AN THE OF THIS MIUION.tT l»'NCCl»5ARY tQt TEMPORAIWLY COW H'» IMNTITV. WONT YOU KSiATCD MR. SMITH IN SUITE BB. PRIVATE ELEVATOR. -- THIS MR. SMITH MUST BE PRETTY WEALTHY! I HAVE AN ITS FRIGHTFULi; ex PENSIVE KSRE, HORACE, TOOTS AND CASPER Going Collegiate COM60N.-TOO-P9!BUY ^A.K^ «%i i^et^ iii^ i ^ I ONCE PLAYED ON THE, TRACTON TEAM 1 . IKI FACT 1 WDM IACE ON THE. ALteAMEQCAfcl TCi AN -TOOTS? TO THE Bl£ FOcni .._ WITH ME eATURCAt= |VE (JOT THE TICKETS* 'ABAfcABATECH"! NEITHERTEAM HA** BEEN DEFEATED JK| THPEE YEAPS 1 . BOX WHAT A jAME (T WILL BE 1 . i^ -- I*KA BO^f^TiLiX- l^n»-i ^·Yr^jk^^v.tX tf -TRACTON TEAM 1 . IKI FACT 1 WDM A PI ACE ON THE, AUff AMEQCA*4 TEAM TWO *rtAB IU ·SUCCS'aSIDN*,--· .·SSffiUfHi i »vn/s( ^v jMlvit I t vy^LLesci I'M ROOTING FOR ''TRACTOM' 1 j0rcAU5m rrg MV AIMA MATER! t ViJtkfT *^f% ^ ^^^« H J ^ O T WAS THE. 6WATEST lNwASTMG.6WATECT/y^ YOU QUAPT6R-BACKTHE //CERTA1NI ^ANE EVER. ^^S) ARE THE OH'MOTMBR ft ACTI(Ji , ALL UPSET- I OOMV KWOW WHERE. WA.HT BRINGING UP FATHER wvw wt-icr, i VWV4T QO IM EOROPE AMD , ^ n_ _ t^T^f V^f ^ * TIMS V/P'ARC'OVER « (MO, [HTKMtur.Scrvlti, Int, CrM! Bilttln r(fhit «KI«* HIGH LIGHTS OF HISTORY No. 19 George Rogers Clark- Down the Ohio By J. Carroll. Mansfield^ fotiu THEOWO ON WHAT WAS OWE OPTHC HOST DARtWS CAMPAI4MS 'H Alt. . 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