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Arizona republican. (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, October 20, 1920, Section Two, Image 13

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THE YCUHG LADY ACROSS TKE VAY
BRINGING UP FATHER
(Copyright 1017, by International Mewa Service)
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By George McManus
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I'D Like to et
OMEL ADVICE.
T' TOO
OO "TOO IVE. TQOGt WIFE
AN ALLOWANCE, CR DOEa
.HE. AbK FQT Monfv
X.HE. VANT IT V
THINK 0O ARE
THE -ONLY ONE
5-'
a BOTH! '
lZO r Iwrt. rtATuwt tmvict. two
WILL
THE -.YOUNG , LADY , ACROSS THE
WAY. .
Th yfrariM lady aerose tb way my
Vf for she decides bow to ot (Wi
like to know which party la responsi
ble fortba law ef supply and demand..
SUCH AP
O. B. JOYFUL LISTENING IN
"Hollo!" says she.
"Hello yourself." Bays he.
"You can't com over this evening."
sny she.
"Why?" says he.
" 'Cause Willie's rot the meazles."
lay she.
"And does the meazles keep htm out
of the parlor?" says he.
"I'll say they do,' says she.
"Then I'm coming, for I do want to
see how the parlor looks without "Willie
dodging In every two minutes. a'
he.
T.etter rot." nays she, " 'cause
Willie's very ernes."
"Something of a contradiction, eh?
tays he.
'A what?" says aha.
"f Contradiction," says he. "Impatient
patient
"Kay." says she, "I know a rood one,
too. "What is the most difficult lock
to plckr $
"One from a bald man head, says
he.
"What country does a baby cry for?
ays she.
"Castorls. says be.
"No," says she, "Lapland."
That ought to be looked Into, says
he. .
"What?" says she.
"Oh, ny mirror," eays he.
"S.iy," says she, "what's the differ
nm between otio yard and" two yards?"
' Thrre feet," says he.
"No," says she. "the difference be
tween one yard and two yards 19 a
f is nee."
' "That prores to me that a woman Is
lik tho telegraph," says he.
'TTow sat?'' Hays nho.
''he's always In advance of the mall
Intelligence. says I.e.
"Of course, but It took the male In
teiiijence a ions time to learn u, says
sh.
"Yes, says he, "hut long, long ago
male Intelligence learned the difference
between a woman and an ufnbrellv"
"And what 1 the uifiCTence?" says
ohe.
"A 'A umbrella wlll-Bhut up,' says he
My, you re smart, says she.
"I am, very," says he. "I'm one of
tho few people who know the proper
loneth of women s skirts.'
'It's a pleasure," says she, "to con
verse with a person ' who knows so
much. I can hardty wait to find ou
how l'r.p Bklrts should be."
"They should." says he, "be a little
abovo two fePt."
"Two fret?" says she.
"Sure," says he, "two feet, and those
fpw who have but one foot should wear
skirts a little above tlvit foot, and'
i " loodntsht!" sayshe.
"Goodnight,' ?aya he. See you to
morrow.'
Ford Pilots! Keep the
rain off your coil
TW-C eHCfrJ
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TRI-CO Coil
FOR FORDS Price $1.25
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AHI DU!l LACK 'CM, TOO, JMKKS:
(SbNFlNCD TO SpCKIMQLS
Why scoot for rover In a down-pour,
fi .iring a wet coil box. a dead engine and
a day in the dry dock?
' Here ou have a new, simple, Inexpen
xivp water-shed., e.isy to attach, that di
verts th! ram from tin.- vulnerable spot.
The Tii-Co Coil Cu'ard absolutely does
the trick keeps the coil , dry, saves the
mortification of a stall, the expense- of a
tow and tho loss of time and temper.
It's a clever wenther-strlp that seals
the ciack as tightly 09 the top of a fruit
J ir. The compr-.ssion lubber does it.
Coil Guard today
Guard
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L"'J 1 1 " 1 ' j ' I M ' ' I J M ' j
WCHES moM.
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PRIK-
FINISHING A CARTOON
saw a cartoon the other day.
It didn't make me feel Just right.
Being human, I like feeling good.
happy ending was needed.
So I am finishing it up.
Only mine will be a word picture.
Then I will feel better.
The cartoon was called:
When a Keller Needs a Friend."
There was a blgr, powerful car.
It was only half full of colfers.
They were rich, stout men plutes.
Another was hurryin up.
His caddy was just behind him.
The man at the wheel called out:
"Climb in, 15111; plenty room!"
Limousine door was open. Bill said:
"You bet! I'm all tired out."
Cushion seats for three Invited.
Little caddy looked at them.
His very back drooped wearily.
His small face was wishful.
Underneath It said:
"Hopin Sonieone'll Ast Him, 'Hop In.'
I Just can't stand it left so.
I had a little boy once.
So here's the word-picture finish:
Eill's pot a boy of his own.
He remembers how little they are.
And how you mustn't say so.
It hurts their feelinjts.
So he shouts cheerfully:
"You bet! I'm all tired out!
And so's Jack, my caddy, here.
He's a pretty strong chap.
But I've given him a run today.
(lot a place for him"
The car-owner replies heartily:
"Surest thing you know!
Hop In, young man! Back seat there.'
Oh, boy! lm-m! Some ride
Jack's face Is a magnified sunbeam.
The soft cushions feel like heaven.
They cuddle his tired little back.
His aching toes wriggle with Joy.
Cool breezes fan his hot face. . .
His heart swells with pride.
For ain't he a reg'ler feller?
Joy-ridin' in a reg-ler car? ,
And wasn't he a strong chap
Mr. Duffer had said so.
An' he'd been callin' 'im "OV Dub"
.Tri-Co coil guards are sold
by all these Phoenix dealers:
PHOENIX
Ed Rudolph
Ned Cross
Simpson's Garage !
Cuber Bros.
MESA " ,
Mesa Ford Agency
Mesa Garage
Mesa.Service Station
Mission Service Station
GLENDALE
Glendale Garage
Lower's Garage
Valley Uarage
CHANDLER
Freeman Service Station
Bill Brooks
Chandler Garage
PEORIA
O. W. Jennings
TEMPE
Butte Garage
E. H. Spain
Tempe Garage
GILBERT
Gilbert Garage
Gilbert Service Station
Jus' coz his golf was rotten!
Never again! His heart was O. K.
He had feller feelin's all right!
Mebbe ho had a kid o his own.
Makes a man differ'nt, somehow.
Isn't it odd?
Cartoonists pull heart strings.
Iut themselves In a feller's place.
o
Scout Bill (on a summer hike) Say,
Jack, let's divide our rations.
Scout Jack Let s. I have a canteen
of water.
Scout Bill And I have dried tongue.
Scout Jack Now that you have had
your shade of the water I'd like a bit of
that dried tongue.
Scout Bill I haven't got arty nowj
Boys' Lige.
o
The first lifeboat ever made was
built in 1802, and is still to be seen In
Yorkshire, Eng.
o
Gleaned by R. J. S., from a Topeka
church calendar, -"'reaching at 8 p.
m, subject, 'A Voice from Hell." Miss
Holman will sing." Tho Chicago Tri
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Onrazors.strops, blades, etchereaftermanufacturcd
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addition to the trade mark "AutoStrop" as an
additional indication that they are the genjine
products of the AutoStrop Safety Razor Co.,
New York.
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EVEN THE KIDS ARE
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