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The Bridgeport times and evening farmer. (Bridgeport, Conn.) 1918-1924, November 05, 1919, Image 12

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ABSENT-MINDED ABNER He Crack, a Fire Alarm That Happen. To Work.
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-1-3 SOMETHING A i ( CONTF5IVANCE:, I AM J Ml I WILL STOP THE. UPROAR ' ) M THE. DINKY LITTLE. CUPBOARD H rr1 I I - ' rtil II I! II WWlU
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DO YOU K1W WISY
FVERY THING'S GONE'
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Eve2tthiMg- Nothin'
rTb -DoBur Suicide.
I was thinking about starting to do
my homewerk in the setting room last
nite and pop -was reeding the spoart
ing page with his feet up, and ma
was darning holes out of socks, and
I sed, Wats you think, ma, wats you
think, pop, me and Puds Simkins had
a fearse fist fite this aftirnoon.
Wich we did, and ma sed, Benny,
arent you ashamed to bras aiboui
stitch a. thing?
No mam, I sed. "Wich I wasent, and
pop sed, Tie boy is quite rite, nuthing
is more manly that to defend oneself
in a just cause.
Benny wouldent know a Just cause
if one came up and bit him. sed ma.
You rong him, wat was the fite all
about, Benny? sed pop, and I se, It
was a fearse fite, Pudses nose started
bleeding and so did mine, and I
wouldent of started using my feet it
he hadent of started to ferst, G, pop,
you awt of bin there.
I dont dowt that, but my question
remanes unansered, wat righteous
sentiment impelled you to take up
arms, in other werds wat started the
scrap? sed pop.
You awt of saw us, pop. I sed, Puds
started to butt with his hed and I
started to butt with mine because
wats fare for one is fare for all, and
we was both bunting with our beds
together, and it was fearse, G, you
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Mi.
awt ox bin there, pop.
iFor the 3rd and last time, what was
the fite about? sed pop.
Puds called me sumthing, or maybe
I called him sumthing, I forget wich.
I sed.
Bather in-definite, to say the leest.
Bed pop, however, we'll let that pass,
wat did he call you, or wat did you
call him, wichever it was?
I forget, I sed.
O, go out and play, eed pop.
Wich I did.
as Iw
it
-ho.
I noticed," said the lover, "you
didn't say thank you to . the man
who gave yon his seat in the car this
evening."
"No," replied the girl. "You see. 1
once stopped to say Thank you,' and
by the time I had done so. I found
that another woman had the seat."
Governess -"You must forgive your
Uttle brother before you go to bed.
STou might die in the night.'
Thomas (reluctantly) "Well, I'll
forgive him tonight, but if I don't
Sie he'd better jolly well look out in
the morning."
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the
result of Dr. Edwards' determination
not to treat liver and bowel complaints
with calomel. For 17 years he used
these tablets (a vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil) in his private
practice with great success.
They do all the good that calomel
does but have no bad after effects. No
pains, no griping, no injury to the
gums or danger from acid foods yet
they stimulate the liver and bowels.
Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
when you feel "logy" and "heavy."
Note how they clear clouded brain and
oerk up the spirits. 10c and 25c a bos
ROOM
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AT ATLANTIC CITY.
visitors from all
try.
parts of
On account of the growing popu
larity of Atlantic city as one of the
most famous resorts in the country,
the Pennsylvania Rubber Company,
manufacturers of Vacuum Cup Tires
and "Ton Tested" Tubes, has recently
Completed arrangements for a large
display and sales room on the Garden
tiur. They have leased five rooms
on the northeastern end of the pier
and are planning to make this display
ana that will Interest the thousands of
The rooms are being repainted and
handsomely furnished - and- will be
equipped with writing and rest rooms
for the accommodation of those who
are interested in the -display. January
first will be the probable opening date
and C. B. Williamson, who has a wide
experience in the tire Industry, will
be in charge.
Advertise in The
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the coun-
A. "I'll give you ten dollars for
that dog of yours, old man."
B. "Ten do'lars. Why that dog's
?ot a pedigree as long as your arm.
Cost me thirty dollars.
A. That's all right. You can keep
the pedigree. I only want the dog.
The people who maintain vacant
lots covered with- weeds and refuse
that disfigure the whole neighbor-
complain that real estate does not sell 1
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