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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25. 1920
(Section Two)
By George McManus
IKE TOS UBY ACROSS THE WAY BRINGING UP FATHER
WHAT ARE 'TOO
DOINO IM THE KITCHEN
lT't ME
WELL I'LL tIT HERE! UNTlL.
YOU EAT IT AND IF ANY t
LEFT- I WANT TO BE bUR
MR OlNTV MOORE-KNOWING THAT
IF ME WIFE HAPPEN t IN
VOO tAT THIt ItJ VOUR
LONCH-OOYOO UrsOER-
TEtSlR
IT DOWN
vm id Wirr WAfj OUT " LtV T
AMD WHO It) EATiN5
THlt CJS Or CORfHE-D BECFA.NO
CORNED BEEF
I
I t IT THROWN , ,,
CBEAjGE. FOR TOO "
AVIIjt vta.no p
AND CABBAGE?
OUT" A X .-ft
FINE. tjERVE T IN THE
KITCHEN- I LL EAT IT
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lQ 192Q Y IWTX FATUW SIBVICS. tC.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
VMe.Yotma lady across th
way.
Tb roan idy across om wr tv
Ch utm U factories io quit
wasJbte to . up flu ema4.
k 1 113 jIBBtK. 13 H fl
ti it I! id"
ijypypl i ill
t
Bl O. B. Joyful
"On llS.Oiro a year my children and
snynelf ran iuit about dndgo the poor-
hmiMn. complained a New York, and
1'hllndplphli society woman.
She hail l' en awarded $3000 a month
alimony.
One mlnht suppose that there w
younir army of chU.Jrf i to be eupport
"l. Tlnre are two.
"Believe me," atterta Squire Abner
Harpington, "I'd like nothina better
than the job of dodging poorhouses on
3,C3 a yearl"
IS MR&.VJALKE12.!
just mo are. vwr
AGAM I
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Voo have? vtHiA ou Vou
Get eACK? Jusr a
MlWlTTE PUASE - DAMAN
4il Vou Please Ieave
THAT VlCTffOLA ALOWEC
VoU HyST HAVE HAP A
WOMDECFUL "time - 0o .
Vt?U PR WE AtW OVTH
WAN?JUT AMIMOTE
PLEASE- NO VOU CAA4'T
MAVE AKl ORAW6E RIGHT
H on4 - Vou RUM OUT SUE.
AMO Pi A" !
v "
The Thompsons vuemt
viitm Voo? Ves.THCV'Re.
6 REAT COM PAMW I S THAT
50? GOOO fOrt HEttJ
t04VTLl-Me!
Just a m?memt please
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OUT WITH
IP SW WAMT To PUT
GO RKJUTAWAN ;
j Heavems! such A (
I COMVERSATIOAlff I
-if l"Sffl
By Alman"
EVERETT TRUE
MtSTR GRCCNe, THIS
15 MISTCB. K.UC,
By Condo!
4 'TIS TR.UQ. AMD
Ipitty Tia 'tis Tfcue
On thousand Armen(na aalied from
ronntanflnopl for thr 1'. S. A. If the
mandate won't come to Armenia, Ar
menian will come to the mandate, eh?
Sweden has fnauc'iratcd a method
of making tood Hwedpa out of the reel.
denta there, accordtnjf to Senator Alexia
lijorkman. of Stockholm, now visiting
In America,
"livery good rltlien Is entitled to
have one c tllon of brandy each month.
explains the aenator.
Hut he doean't tell how any citizen
can be good and on the outside of a
Cation at the aame time.
Mrs. Mary Bedlgr, of San Franclaco.
ia mine her husband for divorce, aileg-
Inat that he "smacks hla lips after eat-
in."
And would tha lady hava htm only
smack- her lips?
Si pinkepotted litarda eacepsd from
boat in Philadelphia harbor, says m
dispatch from that city. Reepectf ully !
referred to Hon. Dry Kramer, YVathing.
ton, D. C.
'ifi'r1 O Ll f
SSL mGowmmm) rule
j Lillian Paschal Da?
Just when the cost of liylnr is com
ing? down ao one naturally would want
to live
The National Aasociation of Under
takers in conference at Cincinnati an
nounced that pricea for burials have
been reduced.
5eAm THAT TUOH'T
SPflMQ. IT -AS "A
CWSAP. fOM OM A
Mavss name U;
OIU'S tyCU. THAT
Tha darkest spot in the world right
note is on the Araguaya river. In Bra
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Ail, VViiCT9 Uffdll 1.111? umujuB,
These Carojoa, according to a fear
less explorer Just returned, are very,
very uncivilised. They make darkest
Africa, look like broad daylight.
For proof;
"The women of the tribe paint their
faces and wear jewelry all over their
persona, The women wear earrings
and rings on their finger. They wear
scanty skirts and spend much time
beautifying themselves. Indeed, it
often takes them hours to do up their
hair in the most ridknilous of fashion."
Those Carojoa women must be an
uncivilized bunch!
o
To enable a hammer to be used as a
hatchet an inventor has patented a
blade to be attached to its head.
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Four rubber balls in a new electrical
machine massagos persons' spines as
effectively as the fingers of a strong
masseur.
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A gas engine machine has been in
vented that cleans old brick with a
chisel at a rate of 300 an hour.
The greatest
world Is under
Island.
radio station in the
construction on Long
Nearly one-half of the oats grow m
Iowa, Illinois, Texas, Minnesota and
Wisconsin.
In France ther- are
have savings accounts.
14.000,000 Who
The world's production of coal is
estimated by the United States geolog
ical survey as 1,170,000,000 metric tons
in 1919 (metric ton of 2205 pounds), as
compared with 1,332,000,000 metric tons
in 1918,
NOMAD NO MORE
Brother Howard s a nomad by nature.
He doesn't look it would deny It,
He Is big, handsome, prosperous.
As a husband he's loving, settled.
Heart could wish no better father.
His family adore him.
But he's got the wanderlust.
He's always taking them somewhere.
Wife is forever flat-hunting.
Or else she's choosing hotels.
Says she packs trunks in her sleep.
She has wanted a home for years.
Brother says, "Nothing doing.
Property's a bother ties you down.
Bad investment. Taxes eat It up.
You have to stick in it.
Or you hold the bag for tenants."
Every August wife spends in town.
She toils from agent to agent.
Almost gets sunstroke each season.
She usually takes a sub-lease.
Fermanence is not for her.
Rent is exorbitant no matter.
Christmas they'll be elsewhere.
Moving times he takes 'a western trip.
Returns when they're all settled.
This year she went on secret strike.
She had sprained her foot.
It was really getting well.
But she neglected to mention that.
She stayed right on being laid up.
He had to house-hunt good night!
He perspired from agent to agent.
Miles of apartments he inspected.
Walked his feet into solid bruises.
Agents' examinations made him-mad.
So many barred children.
He told one he'd drown the twins.
Then maybe he'd be eligible.
He'd find a flat that might do.
An hour later it would be gone.
He came home furious every nijr'nt.
Called landlords profiteers.
He took a hotel suite temporarily.
To crown all, her maid left.
He had td do the packing.
Nearly broke his back.
Aches and pains left him sleepleo.
His eyes opened other ways, too.
He put himself in wlfe'B place.
Next day he brought home a deed.
He'd bought a home in the suburbs.
Paid double, but didn't care.
Family danced round him Joymlty.
Suddenly the Missus remembered.
She sat down. "Oh, my foot!"
"Mine, too!" he sympathized.
"Feet are great educators.
Teach you a lot, don't they?"
Sho nodded happily.
"You've two Golden ftule feet now.'
"Full yard measure," he grinned.
He is an ex-nomad now.
Isn't it odJ?
We don't realize how it feels.
But we do when it's our feet.
Identification by finger-prints is
eenerally supposed to be a modern
detective device, but it appears that it
was employed in Korea 1,200 years ago,
having been commonly used in the
deeds for the salo of Blaves.
o '
By a Danish process for hardening
wood the aging effects of years are
said to be accomplished in 24 hours.
o
In Hungary the women do not vote
until they are 24, and then only if
they can read and write.
o
Cocoanuts are the common form of
exchange among the natives of Nico
bars. For instance, a box of matches
Is worth 20 cocoanuts, while for needles
the price is one cocoanut each.
Delaware has only seven women phy
sicians, six in Wilmington and one ia
Seaford.
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Geese lay the best eggs- from the .
point of, view of nourishment. Then
come ducks and guinea 'fowl. Hens
are fourth on the list, with turkeys and
plovers following'.
. o
The wedding' ring takes its origin
from the bracelet, which was regarded
among the ancient Egyptians as the
symbol of marriage.
o
Failure of North American exporters
to place sufficient postage on letters
sent to Argentina causes unfavorable
opinion of American business methods.
Bees have a language and a system
of telegraphy, according to Professor
Francis Jager, of the University of
Minnesota.
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Certain-teed
Means Shelter,
Certain-teed provide com,
plete roofinj protection for
your property.
It ia rust-proof and lasts
longer than metal roofs.
It U fire-retarding snd spark
proof, lessening the danger
of fire.
Certain-teed
ROOFING w
costs less to buy, less to lay;
and less to maintain than any
ether type of good roo&ng.
And it is guaranteed for five
to fifteea vears, according to
weight.
It will pay you to sea us
before you buy roofing.
The Yard of Service
BENNETT LUMBER CO., INC.
J. J. Halloran, Mgr.
Second Ave. &. Jackson Phono 1247
H
ave It Repaired!
Just bocauso some little thing goes' wrong with on of the many littla
articles or utensils you ue in your household or business constitutes no
good reason for throwing it away. Much saving can bo effected by
sending it to a good repair man. "A stitch in timo saves nine." Thott
are- practical timss. Havo it repaired.
The following repair directory will bo of valuable assistance to Repub
lican readers in getting prompt and efficient service
Clip this Listing so you can refer to it whan you want Jt.
Have Your Hat Cleaned and Blocked
PHOENIX HAT MFG. CO.
HAT MANUFACTURERS AND RENOVATOR'S
Only exclusive Hatttrs in the state. Wo solicit oui sf
town work
Phono 4456 24 N. 2nd St, Phoenix, Arte.
SAFE THAN ITS ROOF
When building or making repairs demand Johns-Manville Flexatono
Asbestos Hoofing. For sale by
PHOENIX ROOFING CO.
T.J. SMITH, Mgr.
The poppy is being discussed for ac
ceptance as the memorial flower of
the American Legion.
o i
The first known photograph was
made by Da guerre in 1820.
o
The largest municipal office building
in the world Is that In New York City,
o
A machine has been Invented that
strips twigs from camphor trees with
out injuring the trees.
Last
OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. TONIGHT
eek Pre-War Price
W
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siX J-Lrtfl ,s.'flCTTrl3
Our purpose was to reduce our large stock of pianos and players pending
loosening up of the cotton situation. We have cut our large stock ih half and aim
to close the sale this week. We have be en selling our pianos far below the market
prices but now that we are down to a nice, average sized stock we will cut out
the sale after this week. .
So get your piano today.
ave Yours Laid Aside
For Christmas
A small payment will reserve any piano. We have FULL SIZED duet bench
es for pianos. Everything included no extras. ouY name the terms.
H
REDEWIL
222-224 West Washington St.
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Established 1881
USiC CO.
Eugene Redewill, Owner
823 West Washington
Phono 1074
The largest and best equipped
ave parts
iiled men
at your service.
Geo. Hageman Co., Phone 712 2nd St and Adams
TANKS WINDMILLS AND
GAS ENGINES REPAIRED
GEORGE HAGEMAN CO.
PEiGtaps
Phono 712
Second and Adams St.
Talk With
LEE MEREDITH
Representing
Mutual Life
of New York
Oldest in America
Phones: 696, 8438
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