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These Funny Headlines From Old Newspapers Will Put a Smile On Your Face

Yesterday's Print is a cool page on tumblr which presents a collection of weird and funny old photographs, historic newspaper clippings and baffling headlines taken from the past. We have compiled the best ones concerning animals. 

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    The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebraska, June 27, 1939

    Font - PREFERS KITTEN TO HOME 13 Year Old Girl Ran Away With Feline Friend
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    Pix magazine, Australia, February 12, 1938

    Vintage advertisement - He Never Fails to deliver the correct amount of milk to the right house. German Shepherds, commonly known as police dogs, are among the smartest of animals. They are descended from the long-haired dogs of Germany, were first introduced into America in 1904. police use them for patrol duty. German
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    The Times, Munster, Indiana, September 19, 1928

    Font - FASCINATING FELINE BOOMS STORE'S TRADE Clever Cat Appears to Greet Personally Cus tomer After Customer
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    Text - CHICAGO BLACK CAT TURNS IN FIRE ALARM: SAVES HOUSE Gives Alarm by Me-ows and Leads Firemen to the Scene St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri, November 17, 1910
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    The Greenwood Commonwealth, Mississippi, October 22, 1956

    Cat - DARK VIEW Jasper the cat wears glasses but it's no affectation. The Spokane, Wash., feline's sight is failing and its owner got glasses to cut down any strong glare
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    Boston Post, Massachusetts, December 20, 1920

    FAMOUS CATS OF NEW ENGLAND NO. 12-TRUSTY, "IN FOR LIFE," AT CHARLES STREET JAIL
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    Boston Post, Massachusetts, May 17, 1921

    Vintage advertisement - HINDY AT THE TELEPHONE "WHAT'S THAT? YES, I'M HINDY--WHAT DO YOU WANT" That was the way Hindy's conversation sounded over the telephone in the Post city room yesterday. The Post cat sure had some grouch until he recognized tlhe voice on the other end of the wire. Can you guess what cat it was?
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    Star Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 2, 1911

    Text - Real Puppy Love Here as Dogs Go Eloping Canines Fall Under Shafts of Cupid and Kennel So- ciety Is Stirred. Four Hundred of Dogdom Buzzes Over Scandals Among Young Set. Irate Husband of French Poodle on Warpath After His Rival
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    The Coffeyville Daily Journal, Kansas, March 10, 1897

    Drawing - A EXTRAORDINARY PET. es 10
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    Palladium-Item, Richmond, Indiana, January 24, 1955

    Photo caption - Bulldog Makes Friends With Local Parakeet -Palladium-1tem Photo Perky, pet parakeet at the Elwood Clark home, shows her affection to the family dog, Boots, as she naps. The bulldog has overcome her jealousy for the bird and the two are the best of friends.
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    The Los Angeles Times, California, March 11, 1940

    Text - Enchantress of Dogdom Owns Jewelry, Perfumes, Dainty Hats and Smart Frocks GLAMOUR GIRL-This is Lorita, glamour girl of dogdom. Left, she prepares for an afternoon tea, and right, she proudly displays her new Easter bonnet. Times photos
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    Boston Post, Massachusetts, October 29, 1920

    Text - SNOOKY, WHO CHALLENGES HINDY TO A CATNIP FEAST Snooky's friends in the Faneuil Hall market district are willing to wager that he can eat more catnip without getting a headache than can Hindy, the Post cat.
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    Pix magazine, Australia, February 11, 1939

    Cat - This Series Disproves the assertion by Robert Burns, famous Scottish poet, that the mouse is timorous and cowering. Top pieture shows interested mouse coming from behind shoe to investigate lapping sounds. squats, nonplussed, in front of saucer, marvelling at the impudence of the diminutive ban- dit. He plunges into saucer, defies kitten to budge him. Kitten Finally, kitten retires, leaving mouse with the empty saucer-a hollow victory
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    The Evening Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, April 10, 1923

    Dog - Dog Goes To Market To Buy Food For His Feline Chum
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    Hartford Courant, Connecticut, July 3, 1938

    Vintage advertisement - Pushing Girl's Buggy Among Many Tricks Bum (Or Is it Scat?) Pushing the Buggy
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