Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Newspaper Page Text
Fun for the Whole Family
THE FEATHERHEADS Outscored tyQa-AX. ■ /CmSSu, i I I ■SSI £ y, sSraC Lp , A.y RMATTER POP—Pop Cmiußmli Dawn Ultr Br C. M. PAYWE r —"“1 / AMTSW6E.., A Y /. / X " r^^°'?b U‘ftllNK’ ) F\ l LOAM MG. 'Ve.'R. ) / KOT 3, \ quuaiv / f IU3E 'ie.K.MfirrJ V • / <fPuu_ WRaistsit ffa MESCAL IKE By s. l. huntley There Now! See What Happened! ''atHREIBLE TWiM© - j /COME. OmT'X /'Tjc<= t miD ifll g „- ~ >fs=s.=' HAPPSNJEO .VJE COMPLerEWyjeST AMIWOTE / SEACIOUS. W LET'S GO SEE] /imwitpd MISS SAU V AM 1 ! ill ISf *sli- ' ’ ■ FORGOT TO INJVTC TMELITTLEJA6O BATES’ BOV Tt> TWESUNJDAv/wARBACkiOF I PA P'TTLE SO /V HATTERpy V 4 7,_ t/wJ / ffl \ A OVCLOME ./ - ( >~N ao-'oou picmic.vwomtoioe/>irru' pool, a V i-omg r 7A, \ ~r V e , 1 7:!, Tr ° / if ~= ——~s — —' -■ -■ FINNEY OF THE FORCE &J±°££iZ ' Weigh Off Z. WAMT T'WEIGH TERSIL.F BUT W ._ r,_ ,u- / 'N OTHER P V CAMT RBACH rsuor fPUT VBR f HOvJ Be B| BaT lT l I WAU HBRES NIJTHW 1 // ' ' ' <>■. egW |A ? Ol PUT r 'RgKiH i p “ J / POP-Pop Rmi Bwlimi Bf J. MILLAR WAII A if ' Syndicate.—WNU Scrvlco. _________ ] 1 The Curse of Progress J MIDLAND JOURNAL, RISING SUN, MD. He Needn’t Worry The conceited young man had been in hospital for some time, and had been extremely well looked after by the pretty nurse. “Nurse,” said the patient one morning, “I’m in love with you. I don’t want to get well.” “Don’t worry,” replied the nurse cheerfully, “you won’t. The doctor’s in love i with me too, and he saw you kissing me this morning.”—Answers Magazine. Poor Pickings. A country school teacher came into the bank to cash her monthly salary check. The cashier apologized for giving her dirty bills, saying he had forgotten school teachers were afraid of germs. “Oh, that’s all right,” she said a little sadly, “no germ could live on my salary.”—The Laughter Library Like Adam “Did he take his misfortunes like a man?” “Precisely. He laid the blame on his wile.”—Toronto Globe. >” * |~| | SUBURBAN HEIGHTS B r GLUYAS williams ~| AFItR FRFP PERIEV, DOIN6 SOME ERRANDS AT THE MARKET FOR HIS WIFE, HAD MADE CkUITE A SCENE BECAUSE HE DIDN'T WAITED ON RROro>TI.Y, HE FOUND HE HAD LEFT HIS LIST HOME AROUND Pf THE HOUSE To Roll Corn Flakes.—Lay a clean towel on the table and put the corn flakes in the center. Fold each side of the towel over the flakes, turn both ends over to the center and crush with a rolling pin. • * • Storing Summer Garments.—All garments in the summer ward robe should be cleaned before storing. Soil and stains allowed to remain in such garments when put away may cause permanent discoloration. * * • Touches of Stitching. The vogue for embroidery gives the home dressmaker a chance to de sign some pretty, interesting and distinctively individual costumes. On the shoulder or at waistline of a black crepe dinner dress, one might put a loose, informal-looking spray of white wool flowers and leaves. A black street dress, seen recently, has two long pointed breast pockets covered with red wool flowers. The matching jacket has red wool embroidery across the back. * • * To Raise the Pile on Velvet.— Cover a hot iron with a wet cloth,, and hold the velvet over it. Brush' it quickly while damp. • • • To Prevent Rugs From Slipping.; —Jar rubbers securely fastened! by sewing on the under side will prevent throw or scatter rugs from slipping on smooth floors. NEVER GO TO } DINNER WUW A ( BOY AGAIN UNLESS i nave ■ SOME ■rZjf PHILLIPS' TABLETS I^^^^^PURSE^ Often ,J acid indigestion” is dis tressing to you and offensive to others. But now there is no excuse for being guilty. You simply carry your alkalizer with y&u and use it at the first sign of “upset” stomach. Simply take two tiny tablets of Phillips’ Milk of Magnesia when out with other? Or —if at home you can take two teaspoons of liquid Phillips’. Both act the same way. Relief is usually a matter of seconds. “Gas,” nausea, “heart burn,” acid breath all respond quickly. Just make sure you ask Firmness It is only those who possess firmness who can possess true gentleness.—La Rochefoucauld. HOW OFTEN CAN YOU KISS AND MAKEUP? FEW husbands can understand why a wife should turn from a pleasant companion into a shrew for one whole week in every month. You can say “I'm sorry" and kins and make up easier before marriage f.imn after. If you’re wise and if you want to hold your hus band. you won’t be a three-quarter wife. For three generations one woman has told another how to go "smil ing through" with Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound. It helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessening the discomforts from the functional disorders which women must endure in the three ordeals of life: 1. Turning from girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre paring for motherhood. 3. Ap proaching "middle age.” Don't boa three-quarter wife; take LYDIA E. PINKHAM’S VEGETABLE COMPOUND and Go “Smiling Through.” WNU—4 46—37 MAGIC CARPET It 'oesn'c matter whtt you’re thinking of buy ing— > bar-pin or a baby grand, a new suit for Junior or a mi of dining-roomf urniture— the best place to sure your shopping tour u in an easy chair, with an open newspaper. The turn cif a page will carry you as swildy as the magic carpet of the Arabian Nights, from one end of the shopping district to the other. You can rely on modem advertising as a guide to good values, you can compare prices and styles .fabrics and f inishes. just as though you were standing in a store. Make a habit of reading the advertisements in this paper every week. They can save you time, energy and money.