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Perth Amboy evening news. [volume] (Perth Amboy, N.J.) 1903-1959, May 04, 1922, FINAL EDITION, Image 12

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OUT OUR WAY BY WILLIAMS
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THE OLD NEAR SIGHTED UMBRELLA MAN THOUGHT
SURE HE HAD A COMPETITOR ON HIS ROUTE TODAY.
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TRY IN' TO STEAL MY
CUSTOMERS hey?well
i’ll teach you t’stay
of fa MY ROUTE.
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HE SWUNG
VON THAT
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HOME ,
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THE PROFESSIONAL BALL OAME SEEM /N THE CJTY
RY JIM WATSON THE BARBER HAS BEEN
played OVER MORE THAN FORTY TIMES IN THE
| LAST FOUR PAYS AT JIMS SHOP-_
J. RABBIT, ESQ. BY HOLLMAN
NUTT BROTHERS
' l HAD A FINE PAIR \
OF SHOES BUT 1
LOST ONE J
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( DON'T WORRY - I LL
\ REPAIR them
V^OR^VOU !
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DOINGS OF THE DUFFS spring fever BY ALLMAN
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THERE IS NO USE IN
I TRVING TO KID VOURSELF
INTO WORKING ON A
DAV LIKE THIS,
E WITH THAT OLD SUN- a
SHINE LAUGHING HIS
^ HEAP OFF AT VOU- ^
| CAM*T KeEP
AHi APPOi*THt>ns
TODAY
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OH HUM. '
GEE I FEEL
LAZV- y
SPRING FEVER
VERV
COMTAGIOUS
KEEP OUT
FRECKLES AND HIS PALS FRECKLES KEEPS A DAY AHEAD BY BLOSSER
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/ FBECVL.ES: THE REASON
■ : vept vou after school V
1 is that you talked during Ig
■ SCHOOL.*FOR PUNISHMENT
^ SOU MUST WRITE. ONE
H hundpedtmes "r must ■PEI
NOT TALV IN
‘: school'
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SO MAMV TIMES", SPECKLES ? T
PUNISHMENT POP "TALKING
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FOQ.TAUCIN6 IN SCHOOL
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THE BICKER FAMILY SALLY FIGURES WHAT YOU HA VENT, THEY CAN’T GET. BY SATTERFIELD
Vs/Mive THE BICKER ^ORTUNEr
SPEEDS ONWARD TOWARD.
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WfcTIND SALvy) _
A\AD ^ But WHAT
~~' 1-- ABOUT. THE
SAU.y, I WIRED kzso WORTH
THOSE 6ETOT PEOPLE- TO W PRESSES I
RETURN TH' Money we- /charsedat
AENT'EM- SHUCKS .THE^D WeWS? _
never- TIND any ToktweA
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WORTH Of DRESSES! SAy, 1
Do you know we havenYv
* CEHT IH TH CENT
^aiAwoRE.D-,
( TR€N POHT HAVtr
> TO WORRY AT AUV.
V^ABOOT BVBWs BiU.^,
EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO
• OUR BOARDING HOUSE
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GET* ALOKlG V
BROVlSlM’ ABOUT)
l TOWH Tbt>AV P/
If WELL MEFFV- 1 SPKMT
^ ALL MORMlM’ GOlM' AROUMDK
£ TO ALL TH' BARBER ©HOPS \
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ALL SAID MIS MAME SCXJMDBD j
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WAS A FELLY OM TVV STAGE
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TRICK- ME CDULDAn'KEltM
ME 0*4 rr BECAUSE X
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Here'S TH'S;
•jmtvitiom:-C2UIC.K peRctpnow of truth
CvCTMOOT CONSCIOUS /kTTeMTtONJ Ol?.
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