Here's a blast from the past that may take a bit of effort on your part because of the overabundance of type in the panels, but try not to let that deter you.
The newspaper comic strip ran from 1915-1916 in Randolph Hearst's Evening Sun and was created by Myer Marcus under the name "Billy Liverpool." If the artwork looks familiar it's because Marcus was a ghost artist on Bud Fisher's Mutt and Jeff strip for more than fifteen years (Hmm...maybe...one source says that Marcus drew Mutt and Jeff up to 1934; another source says that Marcus died in 1923 at age 36. Marcus probably actually worked on Mutt and Jeff 1914 and part of 1915 and possib;y part of 1916).
No matter. Enjoy the 102 daily strips of Asthma Simpson and the inhabitants of the village of Cheezburg.