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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

L PASO c lOur Stocks for Spring Are of a Character That You Can Buy With the Assurance of Satisfaction j Extra Special 85c Mght Gowns 44c Women's muslin gowns made in the high or low neck stylesPwith long or short sleeves, worth reg ularly 85c, 44c Each Extra Special $1.25 White Skirts 83c Women's white skirts, good full widths with embroidered or lace trimmed flounce; a regular $1.25 quality, Extra Special Women's White Waists White lawn in the new approved spring styles, embroidery and lace trimmed, and with the new sleeve; 65c values, in the base ment, Monday 48c Extra Special Children's Knit Underwaists Children's underwaists of ribbed cotton with double row of bone buttons for the undergarments, all sizes, 20c value, in the base ment, Monday, 12 i-2c Absolute Extra Specials In ike Embroidery and Lace Section The special items underprieed for Monday and Tuesday's selling should attract every woman to this depart ment. Values are all we claim for them and in several instances the...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD . m " ' - wi i i" i J-fc BMM M BggMgBBWBBws s bmb gwggHanawg I e . The Stock must be sosd in the it will be too Sate. Note each 0 N xt few days-- the Startlin DAY rppiy your Low Price eeds of Sla After we are htering Merchandise PECI ALS One lot Kid GrloTes that sold for $1.25 and $1.50, Monday special, pair "! One lot Silk Gloves, worth up to $1.00, for One-lot fancy Silks, worth.up to $1.50, for 59c LACES AFB EMBROIDERY STOCK, ALL OUT OH TABLES, AT LESS THAN" HALF PRICE . VEILINGS ON TABLES AT HALF PRICE One table of Shirt Waists, worth up to $1.50, Monday, special LADIES' TAILORED SUITS AND DRESSES ALL 0 AT HALF PRICE BALANCE STOCK OF BLANKETS AND COMFORTS , M FIBRE RUGS 36x72, Regular Price J 1.50 for $1.00 6x9 tt, " $7.50- for $4.50 I 7x10 ft.6 in. " " $8.50 for $5.50 9x 12 ft., " " $10.50 for $6.00 MGRMflN RUGS eofh Sides Alike 20x34 in., Regular Price 48c for 25e 24x45 in., " " 75c for 49c 28x54 in., " " $1.00 for 69c 36x72 in., " " $1.75 for $.125 7ffe.xl0ft.6...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD '5 In , il ooys ana Du s dependable shoes are not to be bad in every store. There's where it takes quality to sat isfy. The inner parts the hidden parts must be niade of leather and good leather at that, to give wear to boys and girls, for they use shoes much harder than we grown-ups. Bring them to us; we'll fit them proper ly. $1.00 to $3.00 Free delivery to any part of the city. LERNEJ Shoe Co. Agents for Segal Shoes tt 215 El Paso St. El Paso, Tex. ' I N, ews- Brevities Train Bulletin. Ail afternoon trains "axe reportefl on time Steel 3Ikii Seek Divorce. Beno, Nev., Fen. 5. James Gayley, second vice president of the United States Steel corporation, has filed suit for divorce here Jfrom Julia Gardner Gayley. of New Yoftc The complaint merely contains-the names of the par ties, the date of the marriage and the names of the. children. The petition states that the plaintiff and the de fendant were married in St. Douis, Mo., Feb. 21, 1884, and that on July 1, 1906, the ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERALD Established April. 18SL The El Paso Herald includes also, by absorption asfl succession, The Dally News, The Telegraph, The Telegram, The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun, The Advertiser, The Independent, The Journal, The Republican. The Bulletin. KfiMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOQ Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Bates. Dedicated to the service of the people, that no pood cause 'shall lack a cham pion, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. f Business Office H5 J Editorial Rooms 2020 1 Society Reporter ... 1J9 L Advertising- department 116 HXRALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Herald, per month, 60c; per year, $7. Weekly Herald, per year, ,J The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso, Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas. and-Giudad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state iz bis communicat...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

EL PASO HPJRALD t "N CHILDREN'S SERVICE AT PRESBYTERIAN ' mm Mffifr HATSyMEN Spring Style JtJLst RecetHJed &&& Have just received QLs a complete line of the celebrated Crofut & Knapp hats for men. We extend to you an invita tion to inspect the line. THEC.&K $3.00 THE KNrAPP-FEET.$4.00 THE DELUXE $6.00 Complete Line of soft and Stiff Stetson Hats and Heid caps. HARKfWAIH Hatters Uhirtmaker 107SAN.ANTOKIO St. No Services Tonight at the Methodist Revival Church Notices. Celebrating- the anniversary of the young people's movement in the Pres byterian church, the Sunday evening service of the church will be devoted to a young- people's meeting-, Sunday having: been set apart by the general assembly for that purpose. The ser vices will begin at 7:30 p. m., and will consist of addresses by the leaders of the young people's work in the church. In addition the chorus choir will sing a number of selections. Miss Nil Kenan will sing a solo and a male quartet will also sing....

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Look For . The : i -"sep- 'fZr(P . V- . A New S We ''& Move T March jf I The -. ices Have Taken Drop :s All this talk about the aviation meet in El Paso causes us to remind you that prices here have taken a greater tumble than if they had really dropped from an airship. It often occurs that a store will make reductions on a few articles and rely on making itup on Here it is different -every article in stock has taken a drop in price, and in every 'case it is considerable. tore A New Stock Our new store 310-312 San Antonio Streetis being rapidly remodeled. For this store we have ordered'the largest and finest stock of Spring goods that can be assembled. This leaves us with our present stock to sell, and sell we will during the limited time left. In addition to big reductions on all stock we note the following good value: ; 1st (T Extra Special Pongee Shirts " Do iv Not miA P-- : Wait YJT ' A shipment of Pongee Shirts intended for the new store arrived sooner than...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

L PASO HERALD Hi B MJ'r i W ''WIP'P'llifliWWWF' ii f ' I'Mi IMP'IIPI Wtln 'WI'MPWiM u Sporty Boy! . Dainty Silk Pajamas i Oh, Yo 4.22 Nevertheless, it's I ENDS LIFE BY SHOOTING- HERSELF "Woman in Juarez Fires Ke Tolver Into Her Abdo men and Soon Dies . Morphine is given as the cause of it, ut anyway frs. Lillie May Munson, wife of a Juarez racetrack man, is dead. She shot herself yesterday evening at iher homlHn Juarez and early this anorn 5ng she died at Providence hospital in this city. The Munsons lived at the home of ex policeman Joaquin Duran on Lerdo ave nue. About 6:30 cclcck Mrs. Munson went to her room, refusing to sit at the table. A revolver Teport brought all m the house to her room- lhe wo man "was shot through the abdomen, the bullet passing through her body. In spite of the efforts of Dr. D. R. Rodarte of Juarez and Dr. J. M. Rich mond of this city the "woman died after iher removal here. Investigation showed that Mrs. Munson had taken a quantity of morphine and whisk...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

ERALD 10 L PA; jyD " ftty tByW T U-. . - idomTthimk . jl - .( I" rXH GOIN SKATllA THER&3 . ) jGEE' SlS WA5 Ut UMlfo ) lf e? .HuR.R.AH'y I j Vl f SKATING" T0R l) BSRTN. WOW' KftK'T ,N AJ0N3E.R WtW n R.t!M&ToR. SOME ICE. EH7 WELlA GO SKATlN' NOV' Yf THAT KiJ) I S Jp Nc.VER Ml Nj .LITTLE BRIGHT iMfflfflM G-EE.! WHAT HAR-Tv AVILIMGt TOP 1 . $MZk OR.Bl.ET3. -VOKJCH HAVE ALU sluc ,0?'y" TTs TVo-he iceyqu MA,"I,Q?- JUSTAPEWOPS OT&OC& VSAVSOSS , w RETt H rBE R , 30' ALwAYsN ?zrA OU TfZPZJ AN THIS OLl LAKE) THAT GTUFF W TAKE AlOWG- A BOTTLE ' &Z&&2&&lLL TREEZE SO L00nl4' 15 S-R.EAT' VL OTPa2.A2A WHEN VOU j PgjTlGHT rX -SOT" X sfv0 SKATING-' COPYRIGHT 1910, BY THE Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices 1 CEt a. Word. Ke Ad. Less 1'kaa 2&c IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It -will be returned to you if an honest person finds iL Remarkable re coveries are brought about every day threugn this column. LOST FOUND. XOST Phi Mu Gamma (P- M....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 11 r FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. '' FOR SALE 15 acres, alfalfa and orch ard, good 4 room house 2 miles from Las Cruces; easy terms. Hawley Real ty Co., Las Cruces, N. M. IMPROVED IRRIGATED FARM, LOCATED 15 MILES BELOW EL PASO. 100 Acres 65 acres now in fine al falfa, balance nearly all in cultivation; hay in the sheds for this year, good house, 3 good head of mules, baler and other good farm machinery. This farm' is located on the new county road mile of Belen, only 15 miles of El Paso. Easy to set the water from ,the new canal which runs on this fann. No one else to get first water. A good farm splendidly located. Just what you want. Good price; good terms. Mathews & Dyer. 117 North Stanton Street. BE MODERN. TRUST IX A GOOD BOND. Putting faith in human nature Is nat ural, but opposed to modern business principles. Be modern, put your trust in a good bond. Misplaced confidence makes you feel doubly bad when you lose both -confidence and money. NEWMAN INVESTMENT COMPANY....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

SO HERALD 12 JLj JSlTjA- - a. ESBBB SB ( BBB B S B KB K B Ten Good Values for Monday APRONS 10c. Kitchen Aprons, made of substantial gingham, iworth 25c On sale Mon day 2 to a customer a-fc KIMONOS $1.69. Japanese Crepe Kimonos a wide range of colors and patterns to select fro:n. These kimonos are really worth $2.50; we make them a Mon day special at $1.69 MUSLIN, 12 YARDS $1-00. Yard Wade Bleached Muslin, regular ly 10c a yard. Sale price, J AA Monday, is 12 yards f or 4 X wv 12 yard limit. "IVORY," 6 CAKES 25c. A tig Monday special, in the Base ment, is 6 cakes of "Ivory" Og Soap for tJ 121-2c GINGHAM 10c. "Amoskeag" Dress Gingham, in the aew spring patterns and colors. Should sell at 12 l-2c a yard: an in troductory special .aiu.uuu.j at 18c MADRAo 9c. Soft Finished White Madras for spring waists and dresses. Comes in crossbar and figured effects. Regu lar price 18c a yard; & Monday Q special at ! CAMBRIC, 12 YARDS $1.00. Jjonsdale Finished Cambric, worth 10c a yard. On sale ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

AID Gus Weinburg and the I Jixjriharxr -Aui;A il.Ax !&-$fc;torr Dancing Show Kids r - i-f EL PASO HER A H - jfctoaMLMaatti iy, .v. -r-ryAiT.; : :.v. j-( SALE C Our Clearance Sale continues to offer El Pasa furniture buyers the biggest bar-gains-tliat it is possible to assemble. We are continuing as we started, that is, to give reliable furniture, carpets and draperies at radical reductions. Every sale made so far has resulted in a satisfied customer. This is the only way to do busi ness, and we propose to keep it up. Surplus stock, in some lines, has already been sufficiently reduced, but there yet remain quantities of splendid bargains. In addition to the specials previously advertised, note particularly the following. New Goods Included A large shipment of new goods that has just arrived will be included in present sale at substantial reductions. It comprises a line of Mission Eockers, Settees, Library Sets and Library Tables. In the shipment was, also, a number of ma hogany a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

p-wm i i , iiil ired ar MKwrnsgggBaB3 T Iasjs; Not c QR VK jyL HI Q BL TMBC" TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN DISAPPOINTED BY UNSKILLED SPECIALISTS AND INCOMPETENT DOCTORS, TO ALL WHO HAVE SPENT MONEY VITH THOSE WHO TEEAT BUT SELDOM CUBE, TO ALL INTELLIGENT SICE PEOPLE, THE FATSNESS OF THE ABOVE OFFEE WILL APPEAL. HAVING LONG SINCE PASSED THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE IN QUE GAEEEE AND KNOWING TO A MATHEMATICAL AC CUSACV THE RESULTS OF OUR EXCLUSIVE METHODS IN THE TEBATMENT OF CERTAIN DISEASES, WE CiAIM, AND WITHOUT FEAR OF SUCCESSFUL CONTRADICTION, THAT OUR SPECIAL SYSTEM TEEATMENT WILL CUEE WHERE ALL OTHERS FAIL. TVE MAKE A THOROUGH, PAINSTAKING, SCIEN TIFIC EXAMINATION AND ANALYSIS OF EVERY CASE AND 1VE CHARGE NOTHING TO DEMON STRATE TO YOU WHAT OUR SPECIAL- TREAT MENT IS AND PROVE TO YOU BEYOND AII REA SONABLE DOUBT ITS ACCURACY, EFFICIENCY ATD SUPERIORITY. TVHY SHOULD ANY AFFLICTED MAN OR WO MAN HESITATE TO CONSULT SPECIALISTS OF RECOGNIZED ABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITY, TVHO ASSUME ALL THE RI...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

"T iji8 PA Jtil JtjL Jk D fSW f ff fill l" ' ( RirfD ' ' P-11 Ml d I M 1 ' p ' felt dwi TTTQll I (help.1) '. . . ' 3 fri?,w-' f I V5 V . S -:?& V-YTIV-. I -- --C25s5 J mlMm If: - ---1 - - t(M v . . Next Week the Katzenjammers. Will Sail for Darkest Africa, and Hans and Fritz Will Be Left Behind! Mamma and the Captain and Uncle Heinie and Claudie Are Not Afraid to Tackle Spooferidoofs and One-Horned Umtijigs Single-Han ded, but Hans and Fritz Are Too Much for Them! Copyrlftlited. 1910. by tha American Examiner. Great Britain Eights Reserved. BUT r T-m j. 1 ' T-r-?3 x ff' I Si 1 1 WWW F B I rVY0UBET.'UNDSO z-4l STZZvfd nA-rV-, (ri LJ W ,-1 fl ' fsooN as you 15s J . .s$ f rAca IJ5 DOT - LmJ , Wfe tf t , -J , JtINI&H MIT DOT ) Ud (IJ0DGA5TED PARROT) '! ,, I AH.'TlMEWOIK1 CARPENTER WOlK1-, , . tgSj -POLLY AGAIN.' M '1 ' mil , LlLlll! I rNOW aW Yf (i GUESS COUSIN ( WE'LL GET DER FIReJ A A SOME PEOPLE HAFFj ' 1 , W f , Ik 0k, - iSlS raw riw ' 1 s5Lfi4 JMh 1' '" ' IJ. f..lr II x n '...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

16 Science Of Dry Farming; Relation Of Rainfall To Dry Farmins (By Charles S. Knight of Nevada) For a possible success in dry farming several conditions are essential. Of most importance are, first, sufficient rainfall of not less than 10 inches of annual precipitation, and 12 to 14 inches would be better, since failures have come even with these amounts; second, a suitable soil; that is, a soil which is not only fertile, but of such a physical character that it -will absorb, and with the aid of proper tillage hold moisture; third, the selection of drouth resistant varieties of crops which have been grown under conditions of little rain fall, and have become acclimated; and, fourth, the necessity of proper tillage, In the soil as much as possible the moisture from the rain or snow. The first of these , factors, "lack of moisture," has probably been of great est importance in checking the develop ment of dry farming in Nevada. Thou sands of acres of land in this state are today lying...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 17 GAS Jr In the Dining Room this Morning Would Have Made Breakfast a Cheerful Meal .Cold tMs morning. ISTot cold enough 0 go to the trouble of making fires. What you need is a gas heater. A portable one is nice, you can take it wherever you need it most. Gas heaters don't cost much to run. They're made to give a whole lot of heat by using a very little gas. This kind of weather, when the gas heater is used only in the morning and evening, you would . find the cost very small, indeed. Think what a comfort a gas heater would be in the bed room. 'No getting up in the cold and being chilled through trying to build a fire. Just turn a valve, strike a match, and there's your fire, and the room will be warm in a few minutes. It is a long time yet till summer time. . There are many kinds of gas heaters. Gome and see which you like best. : Bassett Building. r James A. Smith Is Visiting in the City He Is a Sena tor and He Once Made a Record Speech. Fate has disguised him under...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 18 Card 'Parties Afford Much Social Gayety Many P feasant Et'Ventf In Club Circles i I New Shipment Of Nobby Hi Just The Specialty Skop AILEEN BERG Iffo. 1 Little PJaza MILLINERY LADIES' WEAR HAIR GOODS Corsets $1 up Dept. in charge of expert fitter. A. J. FULLAN, 219 The Demonstration last week, in charge of Miss MtfOanle more than satisfied the well dress ed women of El Paso that "Kedfern" Corsets stand supreme when it comes to absolute corset satisfaction." ' Special Note" "We will be pleased to receive request for cat alog, from out-of:town people. Orders for cor--sets filled by mail and satisfaction guaranteed. - . "7 GREATER EL PASO'S ' j (fag, S GREATEST SHOE STORE J 5H0F- CQMPjy - " ! flip tirapM gh Shoes Received We .fast received a fresh ship ment of the following popular styles: Black Cloth Top &A f( Patent, welt soles. PW Black doth Top Patent, turn soles. Black Kid Top Pat ent, welt soles Black Suede But ton, welt soles $3.50 $4.00 IsTew Shipment of Ch...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

19 End Gold Mrs. Winifred Harper God ley Lauds Bill Just In troduced With This Object. CHICKEN HELD 14 YEARS TO AWAIT Stunning; new things in Women's DEARTH OF FOOD T7.T. "PA.QO TlTRrR.ATXI Ov - U 13 M R ' " mm iiimm mm p,; l I L i ii feiliif i fill II w cfii N If Perishable Products Must Be Eaten When Eirst Ready for Market Cost Will Pall. STew York, X. Y., Feb. 5. "Repre sentative J. HampCea Moore's bill, which he will shortly introduce in con gress to make tne cold storage of food product for longer jthan six months illegal, contains the real solution of the tremendous evil of high prices," de clared today Mrs. Winifred Harper Cooley, national secretary of the Asso ciated Clubs of Domestic Science. "Why, I've heard of chicken bsmg kept in cold storage 14 years and then brought and sold as fresh during a period -when there was an apparent dearth of fowl. When perishable food products must be sold as soon as they are ready to eat and not kept until such time as the public may be st...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 20 Fourth Estate Fine corner on Stanton street, ij north of tracks, close in. Terms. jjt G room brick, south front, Boule- vard, close In, ?4250. Terms. 8 5 room brick, close in, $4200, on Prospect Ave. Terms. i 5 room house, Bassett Ave., 25x 120, near car line, 1275; half cash, 3 balance one aud two years, Must 2 be sold at once. 3 Three large rooms, 50x140, 1 block from Southwestern shops, 1050. 3 Terms. 3 New S room, two story house, red ' pressed brick, on two southeast cor- U ner lots, elegant home, north side, ?7S50. Terms. S 85.000 acres fine land In Mexico; 10 n,n f, ko imri r,r,T0 oil I miles from the American border, all unaer lence. o running streams z.nu several springs; about 5000 tillable land and the balance very fine grazing-, at 1.35 per acre. Terms. T Pittsburg's 22,000 Women Workers Are Probably Typ ical of the Toilers of Other Large Commercial Cen ters Besults of An Elaborate Study in the "Smoky City" Made Public. U3y Paul U. Kellogg, Director A S...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

21 I.Bl . SSSSSZSS -,WAaWgSraW3H rav4ftsgsggagggca 'WEAKNESS IS A CRIME IF Y6XT NEGLECT ESTABLISH ED AND SURE MEANS OF OVERCOMING- IT. Is your health not the most valuable asset which you possess ? Of course it is, and you there fore most certainly place a value on it beyond any or all of your other possesions. Do you feel that your case is beyond medical aid? Have j'ou been disappointed in your attempt to regain this priceless gift? You must bear in mind that the human body is a machine, and the most perfect machine ever produced when in perfect 'health. If you owned a man-made machine or engine would you neglect it if it became out of order? Indeed j'ou would not. The first thought you would have should there be the slightest indication of a, loosened bolt '.vould be to -have it tightened up so that it would not loosen other parts of your machine, and eventually make a complete wreck of it. Tiiese are facts' and cannot be denied. Then how much more important is it that the human m...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 February 1910

1M jft E A.nur oi o i Ex am I o -, r. jBreel B'Hl! ! i& k . 71 To YOU THlNKfjMAK: I UOULD N T BU' Your oud "trJ, I -i , J.-V1 - . . v -V-'v IHY AKC LUNOI TA MOUGH.?J IS MORE BECOMlNOl old bat J 'LOODSTROMC CLQTf-T 5(Tc.P- I DO T NEED A SHWE ?y TRY A PLUG HAT, BuSTCR- 5r --: B3 fTW fp PnB W i I feSv lif 1 H PI 3 cssr h vOKry PSfila- -py WMSim 3j VJiMjaiffimffi; k nKlDwtx Willi F 1 1p ffiSI j s i SR1' i. s- i ... . MfW JP ?5::t 3 fc!::r 0Bf''f:C5' T fcp gfe ir you BoYs will come: HOME WITH ME I V1LL CT1VE YOU MY OLD CLOTHES A mam, Xa ' Mf-PjX Tifi . 2r-s.r1??Si(C. st t r3f f s? ferji nC "i -"i. I Loves me ole GArminks BUT 0ti,Y0l) ARISTOCRATIC BlAJTEFL CLOTHELvT Dontyou wawt" DE2E CLOTHES NO MORE V . I SmII BS You done 9 f SSSi ijmpw . lJ r S fli Hts ALL Rl GHT ,f . Wmtt MmffilmmBr (A;HE-HPoe?vNT) ;,,; ffiB t0$MmW$l ? NEED7HEMMA:r" ' 't ADAM NEVER KNEWTHEFUH OF GOING INTo Long Vantj. AMP HE NEVER WILL. That 1 wed mvouN 5weet Juma win mYlHG T0SECL0ThE5. I AM NOT (JOINGTo BL AH JMIT...

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