Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 14, 1936 · Page 18
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 18

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 14, 1936
Page 18
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HEY, vou PIRWE; you OLD HORSE COLLAR; CLIPPER WATSON/YOUAT THE 5AM HILL VOU DOING IN HITAVIA1X VOU NEARLY foAVE ME HEART FAILURE. EXTRA! SECRET POLICE LOOKA FOR HOOK- NOSEP'BANDIT HOW'S THE OLD U.S.A.'? I'M IN THE ARMY OVER I- ERE.'S GREAT. BIG PAY, PRETTY GIRLS AND NOTHING TO DO.'EXCEPT. TOPAV, THO, I'M i-OOKING FOR A HOOK - NOSEP BANDIT BOY O'BOY.' HAVEN'T SEEN YOU SINCE WE WERE IN THAT REVOLUTION TOGETHER, OVER IN VENEZUELA. BOY, WHAT A FI2Z.LE THAT WAS.' WHV. IF IT HADNT BEEN FOR YOU, 117- HEY, C'MON,VOU HEEL, THIS CALLS FOR A CELEBRATION! WHAT'LL YOU DO] SHOOT TH ORNERY SO- *IF YOU FIND /AND-SO, AND GET MYSELF HIM, CLIP? ^PROMOTEP • THATS WHAT! ' EVEN \f- HE'S \ SURE.'WOT TH 1 HECK! THAT BANPIT'LL GET .YOUR. FRjEND?yCAUGHT IN A PAY OR TWO,ANYWAY,AND ^ s,I MIGHT AS WELL GRAB I'M HARP-BOILED, SEE. I NEED THAT PROMOTION • AND THAT ' REWARD AN.D,BLIEVe ME, BROTHER, L IF I SEE A CHANCE TO GET 'EM, I'M GONNA 6ET 'EM. SJ WELL! WHV THE BLA2E5 PONT VOU SHOOT? YOU HAVEN'T LOST YOUR NERVE, HAVE AW, EASY, I-I COULDNT DO THAT. WHY, MAW, VOU TAUGHT ME TO RUN A MACHINE GUN, VOU SAVED MY LIFE. 1 YOU WERE MY IDOL, MY- AW, I JOSf COULDN'T DO IT, THAT'S ALL.SOU KNOW I COULDN'T. I'M THE HOOK-NOSER PANDIT WELL, OLD HARP-BOILED, A AW, HAVE A CAMPAIGNER, WHAT ARE YOU S HEART, PAL - GOINGTO DO, CALL ACOPTO POJ LEMME THINK YOUR SHOOTING-THEN SPLIT / I-I GOTTA THE REWARD?/ FIND A WAV T GET VOU OUTA ipVENTURC _T ku LSKleinw - - T the »»Mern lip of b»au-| tiful Like Co.istanct, in the Auttrian Tyrol, lie* quaint, plcturittqu* Br«:, a tnou>and-y*ar-old; whou ptopl< chtriih a, patriotic legtnd. I It It the story of a rettlets village maiden wio, • o m e 300 years ago, let Bregenz to make her home end a living across the lake in Switz- erTand. Years passed, and the girl seemed to have forgotten her native home and her kindred, when one day she overheard whisperings of plan to attack Bregenz that night. The conspiracy awakened the girl to the call of her home land and her kinsfolk. She had only a few hours in which to act. Jumping on a white charger, she fled through the darkness. At the stroke of midnight the horse brought . the maiden, with her warning' cry, to Bregenz. By morning, the city^ battlements were manned and Bregenz was saved. Nightly, for many years, . thereafter, the village watchman, calling the midnight hour, sang out the maiden's name. Toc{ay a stone gateway commemorates this girl's valiant deed. The city. Is shown on a stamp of 1923.

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