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New Yorle. Saturday.
February 14, 1914 HUi d . , A Page of Comics Sketches and Stories J Fun for the Home and the Ride Home . S'MATTER, POP!" By C M. Pavn Of-,T3 Tti-TU.1.! My Gooheth AM ONLY (JETTWJ A THAVE. n .r ' .I,r?J -a-. MU6 9 B " ACTING FOR ONE FILM COMPANY BANE ENOUGH." SAYS AXEL! Oaprncbt. 114. br tk Pna ruhtinhls '. iTh Tor mlM W.rf.) By Tie CUJrVN HOU) AXEL1. THIS 3TVNT UILU MAK t VOL) .50 AMOU3 "THAT AH. THE FUM COMPANIES Ul-L IS NAMEvVou LL MAKtl ' ALL YOU NMD S A UTILE. C HI I..USU -I MM 1 rRezeN STIFF HH 1 f don't wonw axel I fTS rN 1 V FrMlw PFFl l t" i ir-T onii. t. i tx ..'. c alt ON Jt JL t Ooprrti'. T ths Pnsj fuMlnhtn Co. m . I ,Th. N. Tor RtcdIm wtl ' I W ay ey Av-uwiv; ..- "V DON Uf)KRY E fame voua iMJ-.w,.HHU wtRrfefcinn s -"g ' - I : . ... in -23. uamp axel! L ww -"" VHmW roLt," fei---r MFOUND hiw::: r. j rr WHAT'S THE USE? g at ai IliSISlZ! i j! S JS ui By Callahan I ,XA WR A VALEMTmB 1 17777 hi GOTCHA' rLLSLIP 0C -1 OCARCIWS-pla ) I UHIZ fa CLAD L OH 5 ( MR. LARRY LOME LORN - CM? JUST yCK MV rSxlJr 5 V2ES-STJ PAftTV Of? OF DSF ftf- THIS RECORD OVER. -AMD S I vfet WMIfc . rl LLU C V A DON'T YOU EVFC HMMLWOMKiiiwfr SSPIEIJ? J ffiowl SALE l,uT ) I'M FREE - NO WEOOIMg sVmc'SS, wg5ENGeR eoy jT "" Wmi DnDDir snc nnr Aum tdv nnrrAiinirD i ODn.ht ii h. rt. t .kHA. sri .. n w mmr vw 7 r"r mmmwM mmmo ww uu vvuvittvuun h j m i IfcattJMJMBLtMl 1 r mt WW r I- ' 1 1 1 iu IN br n MNnHl II III i II III mHUMUl ' WW I II II I J : .WJ lUfxl . 'w"w I "V I H ! HI n I I Y-V-wr-' '1 . S HI n. ' . morn m rman jrr .rr-i : rff -$KThL myn rsfflfi pui k n There's Domestic Discord in the Blodger-Cackleberry Family 41 ' OW you mint bf nlc to your pop whan we mHt htm," Mid tin. Blodfw. "Tour ia vary aanattrr. Ht'i no papa of mlnal" anappad Mm Iran Cacklaoarry. "I ahouid a aotl" addad Mlaa Oladra Caokla. MJiy. tB4hJaot of thair atoptathar mmtm mmm Ma qu oaa on II" Mid lira. HMii at t atora- "you ak aaaaa daaaamai ' HKi na feaai eaawaam Ida of her buying tba bit bully a valval hatl" "They are eight dollar, the good onaa, and aa It waa mawr'a money I know ha wouldn't wear tha cotton pluah two dollar Imitation bitfht dollars for a velvet bat tor him I" And Mlaa Qladya Caoklabarry amota tha table with her cloved handa un til tha doaan bracelet on bar allm wrlat janclad. -Ain't It dreadful, tha way your own daua-htara abuaa you!" entered Mre. Blodger, turning- to Mrs. Jarr. "We ain't abualnflr you, mawr: we're abualnc htm, and you know It!" cried Mlaa Irana Cacklabarry. "Tha Idas of your buying blm an eight dollar velvet hat you won't dlepute It la an eight dollar hat whan I am wearing my old laat fall' green ehape with two sixty-nine oant pompon on it l "And whan X wrote yon to sand me two dollars to bur a fancy to make aver my old bat you simply wrote mo a latter abusing tba sabubbors and Bsrar aeat m any two dollar. And rt you buy tlm big loaf or of a modger an eight dollar boA As Iron Mid, you out demy it was mi atght dollar tat Mr. waa an Imported alxteen dollur one. "You wicked, wicked Klrl!" crinil Mra. Blndger to her ellnt ilauainnr "And her I come over from I'hlla delphla to get you your fancy." Lest the male reader be milled by tha word "fancy" let It be eald that thla la the general term women apply to tha weird plume and antennae or gigantic tnaeot horna women ar wearing on thatr amall round hat at the present writing. "And," dry aobhed Mr. BlndKer, "and I wti rlaklng my life rle-ht bar In thl tore to get you" hore nhc turned to tb younger dauKlit.'i "a chiffon taffeta ult!" "Huh!" anlffed the waspish Irene "I wouldn't hava worn tha thing; li waa an old atyle draped aklrt. 1 want a tiered dreas." A "tiered" dreaa, by the way, la that atria of aklrt that looks like a et of Chlneae gong auperlmpoaed on each otnar. atiaa irana uacKieoerry nan bar mind aat on a tiered gown of half an ootava, at least. "Oh, Mrs. Jarr I" cried Mr. Blodgar, formerly Caoklabarry. "Tou oaa btaM your stars that your Uttla girt la MUfa child. I bop you will navor oaa ta day that I hare aaaa whan you teeaua your uecond huaband niurrlod you lntni, of her." "There lan't rliiK to be any erond huaband, remarkcl Mra Jarr She might have explained thl becue of the robust Indications of longevity Mr. Jarr' appoaran. e betokened, or ':e might have IntlniHted that she would mourn her departed mate like the faithful cooing dove doth Hut there waa no time for either, becau both the Mia Cackleben y Interrupted by declaring In one br. ath that th.v wouldn't have married Barnard lllodg- wi iwhwbim loarar, ir n were the liiHt man In the world. "Well, I'm euro this will be n Vara. Ing to you. .Mr. Jarrl" aald tlmhoi klod mother. Mra, Jarr shook her head to signify It would e, when Ml Irene Paokle berry suggested that her mother atop talking aimit tha awful person ah married and give them some money. "I'm ure your mother will do any thing you aak, girls," Interposed Mrs. Jarr, soothingly. "I know aha will. If you will only be nice to bar. If aha ha married Mr. Blodgar that can't bo helped now. and perhaps h would be all you. might wish If yon war only nloa to him." "Wall." aald the aider daughter, "TO always daaplM Jatew aws tot lliai'a sake I'll try to treat blm aa though he were human. I'll even forgive tba velvet hat if mawr will buy ua eome- thlng." "ii.r. ...m vnur atenfathar nowi I waa to meet him bar," aald Mrs. Blodger. Now d nice. "Nice!" shouted tha dear things. Look at him! You bought HIM a fur coat, tool" Planting Seeds. m m R and Mra. Jonaa war vry M proud and fond of their chlok ... druL therefore, W their conaurnatlon when, o"'00?10' down tha other morning for their breakfaat eggs, they noticed that a favorite hen waa missing, relatea An swers. It mut hava been stolen, aald Jones. Just then he observed Brown of next door digging In hi garden. Ilrown, who was a man of few word, u uually in bod at thla hour, o Jone put hi head over the wall. "Onn mnmlni! What are you working at ao early In tba day 7" bo asked suspiciously. "Planting whatT" paralatad Ji "tta, eaia nrown. Thar was a snort from J him A muAAmaWm sun saSSas imAm k. Aniit.il inn. on of my fowls yonr Luryug ywa "That' an aald tba THEN HE TURNED AROUND! OajatMA IMA hj M rMaSli Oo. (Ha Msw Terk sb World). I gaajaX Z ( 5rVf.MAME . HI HAT DO VoU SEE IK THAT J Fs BIG 600B YOU'RE KEEPIH' COMPANY WITH? A 71 v HE MIGHT BE A GOOD Gltf IN A WAY . BUT ( ( sTaCv H W FlT WW A EU- OOLL -SS Sa) mamss ukeyoo- now pd APPRECIATE Ms oaa. Mr BaSJ P SB) awawtwr swauwOvf J H di ra mm 01 OBsasBWMMsJllaBd I Not a Sticker. ( ( tytHE Y tall ma you've lost uirou mar "Yep; beat farm hand I ever bad." "Bho! What wui th' matter?" "Nothln". John's . rUMn.n i Know, ana tneae nere uerman hev what they call the wanderlust. Ifsd aomeimn' tnei aeepa 'em movln' from one place to t'other, an' don't let 'n stay long anywhere." "That's queer, ain't it? How song had John been with you?" "Only eleven year. Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph. INDIGESTION. GAS OR BAD STOMACH BRADFORD'S rtJS5b FILLS Aa acllBt eorreotw of all hs h ininiw ba M tk aye- Baa at aW MM. Ha., tm daVM Al aa sraa MJ to, at. X. - ; y -