"So you're a Mescalero, right? Sounds a bit like mescaline, heh heh."
This is from 1968's FEDS 'N' HEADS COMICS, by Gilbert Shelton. It featured some stand alone strips, and appearances by Wonder Wart-Hog and the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers; the Hog of Steel was fading out as Shelton's attention shifted to the Freaks. "The Indian That Came To Dinner" is a cute little two-pager where a slightly decadent-looking suburban couple go along with "National Bring-an-Indian-Home-to-Dinner Week." There's a gag about the taciturn Indian cooking the Chow dog (this MUST have been old even back then). Then we get to the second page.
The insides of the book are in black & white, while the covers were in color (this was standard for undergrounds), and I love the way Shelton makes use of this by introducing color as the peyote buttons first appear. You do wonder what happened to the suburban couple; maybe they opened a record store or something.