Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on September 17, 1944 · Page 51
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 51

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-.•* U. 5. Pitut HORRORS!' X CAN'T BELIEVB IT- 1 SIR i I DO NOT PREVARICATE ^te WITH MY VERY WN 5 WITNESSED FAGIN'S CALL ON YOUR LADY FRIEND!! Ffl6lN IS A VIPER! SHE IS SO NftfVE - SME BELIEVES EVERYONE TO BE AS PINE AS SHE! DEAR... OH, DEAR- I .CANT~1 MUSTN'T TELL THE JUDGE HIS LADY-LOVE IS A THIEF! 1 . \T WOULD WRECK HIS OVERBURDENED HEART! BUNKY, MY SON)-WERE I TO REVEAL FAGIN'S BLACK RECORP TO THAT SWEET GIRL, IT WOULD CAUSE HER UNTOLD GRIEF AND ANGUISH-! \ LOVE KNOIAJS NEITHER RHYME NOR _ v REASON , LAD! A SPIN THROUGH THE PARK WILL DO-US BOTH GOOD) CHEE—IT'S BUNKY WI DE JUDGE WOT CHUCKED ME IN DE HOOSE-GOW! HOME JAMES P= ~nr? H. ii =? *! I'M IN ft QUARRY U\ DAT BRAT AN)' DE JUDGE I MUST BE IN CAHOOTS- / in K III 'I ill mmmm TUT-TUT-MY MIND, is MADE UPr-I'LL .ELOPE WITH THAT -BLUE-EYED DAMSEL- MATRIMONY WJLL CLOAK HER WITH PROTECTION- AMD SECURITY I KNOWG HOW TO FIX DAT .CHISELERf T 9-17 .WORLD HIGRT3 EKSERVJCD .A^OiS IS A VOUSE MUST BE ASLEEP DE WOMAN)' WOT FRAMED FAG1W ftCv) 1 GOT .DAT TEN MILLION BUCKS REWARD IN DAT 6OLD HEAD-PIECE CA9E IS GONNA ELOPE WIT' PE JUDGE--ISEZ HIS HONOR IS CROOK - A--r TO BE CONTINUED TAX-PAYER!! AT DE SWITCH- R«li»tert<l U. S. Pitinf Q&c. YARD BIRD SMITH U YOO HOO, SNUFFY 1 TH' SERGEANT WANTS BY JEEPERS" X WISHTTH'SKONK WOULD FF?Y HIS9E'F A DOS BONE! TH 1 SERGEANT 3AVS REPORT PRONTO / I SWOW-CORP'U VOU LOOK HAPPlER'N A CAT SWI'MMIN' IN A CROCK O'MILK! in OH,V6AH?-I HAVE IT ON) GOOt> AUTHORITY THAT YOU'RE TH 1 BIRD THAT FLEW OFF WITH MY PIN-UP GIRL LAST NIGHT THAT'S A BOLD-FACED LIE. HOW PAST YE INSINNERATE I'D TAKE IF YA RETURN IT IN ONE PIECE r I'LL OVERLOOK IT- HOMESTit SHUXU IT'S TH 1 PURE TRUTH! lf=F'N: ; MY DL'iA^OMflN ' CAUGHT ME WlF A PICTHURE LAKTHET; SHE'D OPEN MY HA ID 'AT TH 1 SEAMS! , HONEST" I DIDN'T MEAN TO POKE FUN AT YOUR OL' BV JEEPCRS IFF'M YORE FIX1N 1 PER A ROU6H yH BN 1 TUMBLE--- HERE'S A BROKE NOSE FER A KEEPSAKE! HCT-HO- THAT'S R16HT1 I ONCE (SOT A SLIMPSE OF YOUR BALL AN 1 CHAIN! TONGUE TEMPER WHEUJll THAT WUZ A (OARRER E9CAPEU

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