Take a trip with Joey 'n Maggie where one pill makes you longer and one pill makes you short, it's The Naps of Polly Sleepyhead, as the comic strip appeared in the September 2, 1906 edition of the Chicago Tribune. The serial strip was written and drawn by American artist and author Peter Newell, who created bizarre children's books at the turn of the last century.
The Naps of Polly Sleepyhead
No. 1 - Polly was perched on the brink of the spring down below the orchard. She was thirsty and minded to stoop down and drink, but felt too indolent to make the effort.
"Come, let us go to Shadow Land - we'll take an untried route -
And, if you please, from Shadow Trees we'll gather luscious fruit."
"You see my dog is leading me instead of being led;
He mostly runs to body, but he tries to be a-head!"
"Why, that is not so difficult; you see, we'll bridge the tide
And make a run upon the bank that's on the other side."