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U**COT*SCIOUS- THE OWL «*R BOUGH '-1 PM NlCK-TEWf «*"D THIS iS BELLE — GOOD HERVEWS — -r&u'ez cncfi^jtzo THE O Wl too seerl its a pbetty eooo engprvins • i pb\nt J joe— Bur not good enough." MONE"-* < —OLD MPN. DON'T NOU KNOW IN H£Q£ % 1MOT THIS '5 O'SHQNEST -LOT5 OF* VNORK r mm mi TELL NE, 5ETH HULKS, WOULDNT ^OU LAKE 1*3 GET OUT OK HEREf -TO SEE PEOPLE (*Hp PLRCES ROBIN 7 |>A SORRV-lOU (toff CvD DUF^EP- LISTGH! - tBMoRttOVi 'i'-.-i- THE OWL b-/tfJ. SIF heos to ser yew F/BH? — »/VO TO snw wuq Butae- HEnOTED sow mnr he cesekves.' OS SOON os rut SCQM BlOWS IISELFOUT.¥*U GET THE CRR OUT ©* TME DITCH OHO HERD FOR HOME-n»fOW9H M«W WC'SF CQMIMG BOCK M£CC JW TWE QTV HOSPtrBL- THE CHIEF IS MUCH IMPROVED. MR. TEPRT ME REGRINEO CON- SCIOUSNESS OND OSKEO noQTOU-6UT RT PRESENT HE IS SLEEPING RND WOULD OT Be DtSTuPBED- -wf cocioRS snv - MP ■ RCMC « SOME I- His OUTER BRNO- AGES 'WHEN HE -^^ RVtRK ,THE OWL. THE OWl «S«''-&OCO EVEN COM! '::■ Ftm ■'■~'J owns — belle, *x -OOHTONEOS -^M KMOVJ V"40t TO COJ f^LOf(/f ^Fu^j^i !k^5FSH ^hj^^^^'M "^ ;X ?VB(— Jfll fci /. /irJf 1IK ■ ^ —I- W. ■ CYC LONE CYCLONE CYCLONE CYCIONE cyclon: CYC I ONE u'i.V-Ai':::.';?" OHGMAtf > : \v wt "Better get up, lad. There's been some excite- ment during the night." Ai ihc vmndof hii father's voice, young Harry led our of bed. rubbing hii eyes. "Excitement r"fhe exclaimed, his eyes lighting up. "You mean the bombers have been over'" "No. not exactly bombers, nVbov." explained his dad, "but I guess the Jerrys did pay til a villi ■11 right. The boys found a parachute in our south pamire this morning.'' "A parachute— 1 sayi* tried Harry, now fully awake and pulling nn hii clothe* "That must men*-*" ""Yet, lad," his rather went on, "one of 'cms about the countryside somewhere. No wrecked plane ahour, w> be may have been dropped for a [Mrposc. The police and the home defense corps are scouring the whole area. They'll turn him up before long, I dare say." Harry had *oon joined the interested crowd which had gathrrcd on his father's small farm. Several men in uniform guarded the spot where ■he parachute had been found. "'Musi have landed in the beet field, yonder," onr ni them was nyim*. "judging by the mirks He dropped his 'chute nn r'otliet tide of 'he femw where d »i uldn I be , iltcd n • nil) " Hany wished he could join in the *earrli for the uitiudrt II pained him that he waa loo young to join die fighting forces. Hit two older brothers were already in service but Harry was only four- teen and (hey had told him thai he was badly needed on die farm. Thtf morning, he had to cycle in (own to get a machine put for his father. At tear, lie would be able to tell the town folk of the strange happening of the nighi before. As Harry pedalled through the quirt country bme on hii way to the tillage, he suddenly per- ceived ahead oE him another bicycle. The rider, a man in working clothe*, hid dimwimied and : it the wheel with a look of disgust. As Harry approached, the man tCOWli I for a moment a»d then stepping forward, smiled brightly. "Good morning, my hov," he grinned. "I've had a bit of bad luck, I'm afraid. Flat lire, nld fcl- low. 1 wonder if you could give nie a fund." Harry Mopped and looked at the man curiously. He was 3 itnngcr in that pan of the country, i lypfcal English workman in dress and appear- ance. "I'm on my way to the airplane factor, explained the man seeing Harry's questioning look, "Called to work there, you know, and I've pedalled all the way from Gilbey (his morning. Perhaps you an show mc where the factory is located f" Hany slowly dismounted from hi "First, we'll have to fix your tire," he said, pres- ently. "Ill help you do that-' "Oh, that's a good lad," smiled the man. 'We'll gd this lire off firrt. Wish I had the right tools to do the job." Harry had noticed the large tool box which the man was apparently carrying and which had been set down in the grass some distance from the bi- cycle. Then, he glanced at the tmall leather tool kii altached to the seat of the bike. "Don't you have some tools and repair kit in there?" he said to the msn. pointing to the bike. "Oh— er— in there r" siul the man, momentar- ily Buttered "Why, ro l- Mire, my lad, that's right Don't IfrMW wlut's the maitrr with mr this m-iming. A bit excited about the new j"h. I guess. Going to be late and ill that." As he ipolcc. he started to fumble wiih ihe imall tool kit on the bicycle. Meanwhile. Harry edged toward ihe larger box which lay on the ground nearby. Ai he beni over to open the lid, die man whirled atound suddenly. "No!" he exclaimed. "Don't touch that box, son. Those are just my regular tools— needed for the job. you know. There'* noihing in there that—" But Harry had paid no heed to the man'i word*. Quickly he had lifted the cover and in a moment, hii hand came out clutching a revolver. "Just stick 'cm up, miner)" he said firmly. This is a mighty funny looking tool kit. And I think therc'i something funny about you!" The man'* face hardened now, hii mouth drawn into a thin line and his narrowed eyes sud- denly flashed with fire. "Ja! The young man it very smart, yes?" he began slowly. "Bui I also have here a gun and I shoot very—," Harry saw the man's band suddenly flash to a holster inside his coat. Then, a shot quickly rang out to shatter the strange silence. The man before him stood as if frozen for an instant and then, with a grimace of pain on his face, he fell sud- denly forward. Many looked in amazement at the gun In Ut hand. He had been too startled to fire ifhea the nun reached for his own gun and now he won- dered whether the heavy revolver he held in hia trembling fingers bad blazed away of ill own accord The ne« moment, however, his fears, were put at rest. From the other side of the road, three uni- frirmnl mm emerged from a thicket and leaped the hedge. fffc, young lad," said one of them, a sergeant. "Tod Lister's boy, Isn't it? Looks, as if jou've cornered a prixc, sure enough. But it's, a good thing I took a shot at this fellow when" I did. Better shoot tint and ask questions. later, .1 thought to meself." While the sergeant bent over to determine.the extent of the man's injury, one of the other men hastily ran through the comenti of the large tool kit. "I aay!" he exclaimed. "This is a haul! Time fuses, grenades, wire cutters. Everything the well- equipped saboteur should carry these days." "He's the parachutist!" exclaimed Harry. "I'm sure of it. He wanted roc to show him the way to the plane factory. "Well, he'll get a chance to answer some qurstinns," interrupted the sergeant, straighten- ing up. "Not bad hurt— just graced his temple. Hftw did you became suspicious of him, lad ?" "Well," ct plained Harry. "In the first place he was a stranger— in the second place, there wai mud on his knees and boon that looked juit like the mud (torn our beet field— in the third place, he said he'd come all the way from Gilbey this morning and Gilbey is on the other side of the factory, so he wouldn't be coming from this di- rection. And lastly— " "And lastly?" echoed the sergeant. "And bitty," grinned Harry. "That bicycle be- longs to my brother Tom. He must have stolen it from our turn !" THE CRUSOES THE CRUSOES THE CR1JS QES UUW. M»V! IWN CW VXD («l MKiUl WW HIM HI (.0! _. THE CR13QES THE CRUSOES BUI I CAWT HR r T SUES .DKPOV DON WIN5LOW EM ROUTE qy niyv BOWW^jtuj SOME exhoi M wo&ap TUE BWTU NXWISftN, Wif^lCW SUWfNLVOBWRSA SURPRISE lAj<D(NK5. / JUST RfMEMBeOED \ / THi PARENTS OF THAT (ESCAMDNAVY RENEGADE, i tAWSON t X IN SOUTHERN F HHTS OP THAT \jr \ <AVY RENEGADE 1 . XVEAM? ) LU6&, Live MERE L_ _V ITHIRN FLO KID*/ j/-^ - ^ DON WINSLOW DON WINSLOW l J""J"> 'BATHE*. 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