Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 16, 1929 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, August 16, 1929
Page 17
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PAGE EIGHTEEN FRIDAY. AUGUST 16,1920, Come 'Out Our Way'and Learn Why Mothers Get Gray*-~on this Pag^JEvery Pay Jillie the Totter Salesman Sam Bv Westover Lost Appetite They Oughla Do It! OH', HELLO, TlL'JLlE, i 0£.u;VE Y0U SAlP THAT I MISHT ARCHIE.' I'M 50 HUW6 •EAT A WEJ.J-.iP IT At?CMlE Bt.uBftew.-YA Pooo TP>. Keep Voup. Boots and Her Buddies By Martin Poor* Boots - - r - —• - - -- • ».-_»<••• w • nti^cti * MOW ~ OF COURSE WB V.OVHE VOU — SH -3HH UMOT SO MW.H AKtWTWW TO 'MORE 61MCE TH' B^B^ CMAE ' Pi FLOCK. OP PP.CK UP SOME OF I'tATPiKlMCr NO«CtMj WHILE I 6O TALK TfS CrUlT. FW. P. SECOND ? PoR. FURS, BUT HoW A80UT FOOD VLL, weeo? TWXT WtWT TO ,T'6ET TOO Our Boarding; House By Ahren Out Our Way By Williams MAS -fAKE/d L-EASB Od UFEt-^SrlE'S BEE/d EV/ER SIAice-frl' REtfeEATFROM Moscoul, /inT iVe eat 1 MEier AT HeR T ~IVE TLA-fteREJ oUe rJl^\/ER MADE MOO MOO AIMV USED -To MoBo3?V Birr HIM S.HE vdo/Orf (READ THE S':OKY*THEN C a)U)R THE PICTURE) E-. :c-jr."!: ICE RECORD. Freckle's and His Friends By Blosser Hurry Up, Freckles! i ( VM6U.--TU. SooM I . IT IS rr isrtT vjeav 1 VHOMO&R IF OF TUt kiOS 8AC1C COULD PLAYING SOW>£. VtlMO OP A "TOlCK 00 YOG SOPpoSt COULD 8C AKAYB6 IT'S / WHAT IS IT? WHAT IS IT?? TttAT!! ' Je* RtO. U. S. PAT. Off. l«». BY HCA SEaVICC. IKC. (READ THE STORY The e,aphant to «t «„" y'r stopped and snorted loudiv and tood I, , , , \ sM ^ load. H ""'' P °° r Soout - v _ «f0.u.«.WT.orr.i •- T. _ i C lift «y MA ttflvici. me. y S-llj wildly scrambled .round and then he , shouted, "i am through with vo v - ou M ' " ct trcat mn fair. H , '° the r WASHTUBBS By Crane The show went on, but v aou ,,,„ . . better do," said downy. -uT " ""' U '" y °" Wllat * our, . ,o ,h,rk bun?' aiU ^^ B g °° d ni « ht ' a work. Come on. lef s nm bpf '. '"«• ^ ut | w ttny they'll make us So on the band of , s , ore '' (6tcn ' V '° h;l « «o time to low." °" '" thelr snooze. Of course l do no-. Ukp BACK! MOME! ' l A\NT 1 OF M.U THe CiO<,\\ DWCa FOOLS 1 , U£M> wetv-s »n tove W|IT« 8EFOCE KvlO ttE'S FORCiOTTEN ABOUT HER. VJOtTN, 6UVJ ! THREE B M£OK>-b? •stop (Vvi 1 i I I'M &OIM' RlGrtT / AvlD 1 OVJ6.G.. , / ^ OPE NOU more. OutoWe they heard much rois, train. Real soon the Iran, wa.s 'J, 1 '" 1 were loat ""e Up •^erais Vi™ When they W0 ko up at . They'r hied O ' t ,,. lo n"",'" "I^eeMike working ha ld tJi^ The boss seemed E )ad of' ''''^ Wu can! nn Bct R ,, rrri) W(j The I; i the circu s os wera h " Tinics wc »' there, too. tired of ; work? You b C t " ! ou'll find «S^a*«SSS«:-- i t£*'-^ ^^n^sas^

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