The Lampasas Daily Leader (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 198, Ed. 1 Monday, October 24, 1932 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LAMPASAS LEADER
FINNEY OF THE FORCE liti
A Man of Few Words
You KNOW, OFFICER —
You 'A/Ri-re' v&Ry
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THAT—BUT IF oi WROTE
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My CAR 11 ,
MULT BE CblV/N<3r
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HAVE Y^ A PlNClL
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Your, car *? AMDWh/
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IT By A FIR^
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Felix Has His Hands Full
SO 1 SAID you'd ^
TAKE CARE THE
FOR THE OME
NIGHT FANNY— A
JUST PUT YOURSELF- Y YOU RUT
IN THEIR PLACE. / YOURSELP
FANNY’.! A IN THEIR
V.___ _—V PLACE. FELIX.!
SAY FANNY - MARRY CATLOU) WAS <
TELLING ME HE AND HIS WIFE GOTTA
GO OUTA TOWN TONIGHT—SICKNESS
IN THE FAMILY-AN' THEY'VE GOT
NO ONE TO LEAVE THE BABY WITH.... 7
Along the Concrete
Our Pet Peeve
AMP USTEM TO THAT M
STOP LOOk and LISTEN
(Copyright. W. K. P.)
By Charles Sughroe
tD Western Newjpaper Union
MICKIE, THE PRINTER
TUew stiu. another merchant Spoke up=
* I'VE BEEN LETTING THE OTHER FELLOWS
ADVERTISE AMD BRING CUSTOMERS T5 TOVUU,
WHILE 1 GOT PART OF THEIR BUSINESS ■«*
('VE DHSIPEO Tt) DO MV SHARE W ATTRACT/WCf
BUYERS’ “TO THIS <2 IT/, AND TOU SAM
FIGURE ON AN AD FROM ME IN EVERY
ISSUE HEREAFTER l "
ONCE AW EDITOR SAT 1M HIS OFFICE AND A
MERCHANT BROUGHT IW AN ITEM READING,
"JOHN DOE, OUR PROGRESSIVE MERCHANT,
HAS RETURNED FROM NEW YORK, WHERE HE
BOUGHT A LARGE STOCK. OF GOODS FOR.HIS
FLOURISHING- STORE • UOHN BUYS OULY THE
BEST AND LATEST AS HIS CUSTOMERS' KNOW.
"OF COURSE,’'SAID THE MERCHANT," THATS
AN AD, and 1 EfcPeer To R£/ for it."
THEN THE THREE SPOKE IN CHORUS, f AMD,
REAUTING THAT VJE HAVE WASTED LOTS OF
MONEY IN FW-BV-NlGHT SCHEMES, WE WILL
HEWCEFORTH Do ALL OUR ADVERTISING IN THE
HOME NEWSPAPER, w WHEREAT TE EDITOR.
MUTTERS} "WOW I KNOW I’M DREAMING!"
AUD WOKE UP}
ANOTHER (SAILER SAtO,* FOR NEARS | HAVE
URGED YOU TO WRITE TrAOE" AT* HOME
EDITORIALS, WHILE I ORDERED ALL OF MV
PRINTING FROM OUT-OF-TOWN. THIS ISWT ,
RIGHT, SO HERE IS AM ORDER FOR A NEARS
SUPPLY OF LETTERHEADS, ENVELOPES/ CAROS,
SHIPPING TAGS AWD STATEMENTS 1 >•
ALAS! I WEEP
OUT OP ORDER.
Historically Correct Sketches
GEORGE WASHINGTON’S TRAVELS
Copyright 1930 hy James W. Brook*
By James W. Brooks
By CALVIN FADER
All Rights Reserved
Peyton Randolph ofsVirginia
PRESIDENT, FIQ&T CONTINENTAL C0NQG.E63
CE&I005 bu5ine36 was now s\ hand. Washington
•dwas elected to attend the first Continental Cor^ess
at/Philadelphia in 17/tt The Congress was held in
Qrpenterb Hall, anc) Peyfon fendolbh,an intimate
friend oP Washingtons was chosen president The
man oP tkvoiutionary destiny was always alert
but said littie
EDMUND PENDLETON piOHAE-D HENRY LEE
AN the night before/ his departure, Washington 6av£ a
tddinner at Mount Vernon to his traveling guests., Edmund
Pendlrdon and fhirfet Henry. Pichard Henry Lee followed
later- Ao the guests were ready to mount Mrs. Washington
I e>aid she hoped they would be firm- “I Know George will,
Benjamin franSdmb mission to London for an honorable
neace was oP no avail and war like temper wa5 increasing.
I AM NOT A
I AM an
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The Lampasas Daily Leader (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 198, Ed. 1 Monday, October 24, 1932, newspaper, October 24, 1932; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth894651/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.