The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 2, 1936 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

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OH, AN 1 I'M IT A TOO - DAREN'T LEAVE, MOW, i^Z, J i r . . ;c% I,A 7 %/># ' / ?r r 5 ^ W, •*> c ^ ?.•« ffl III ••V" .-.;•. V, - -• V.. *** i.v IY NKA BeMVICC. INC, T. M. Hid. U, 8. PAT. OFF. THE GOLD BUG. THE GUMPS 9-Z *•"OUR .BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOO.PLE OUt^Kl 1 BU'ME MV OLD SIT -we NMLD WE BULL MOOPLE \TTIMQ KSiOW, WOUOR IVEM OWLV TO MEKi OT= TIMETS COME WALLET NEVER WILL. SPROUT - U-THE- Just Old Tease "We'll hnve to finihh thin I'Attdy brfon* wi« Rrt home. HO (lie Uldn won't Nee it. They've been eating loo many H\veetH lately." THE TINYM1TES By IIALCOCIMAN (HKAD TMC 8TOHY, THtN «OLOfl Tilt (Ttotur* by w KH MCUI'TV h.-r.' ntul niun'*» riiu<. with fan- Windy, 'him «yo«. "JUHt pnnt'h lwi» LU; hnlrs l"hr'\ Will ffllOW Til 111 In Hi. <|i|l< Ur-itl \v.l\ I know. \Vtiy. mir mini will i«n fin iMjlffl, tOt«, h(>f c»l r \\ «• tinli7.«- "\\"ll*»n iScotiU'M f in Inli ml. I'M- a hunch Ihiit will tirlr.jt '"'us i,, nil tnihrli." HIllil Ihitly. Thrn Hit- !•>. luil nliouloil. 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'Now fur my nttint." nn oul t.f tlnurn «hn run. ; i "I him* u pltu'o nf fur, yitu «r»o (»n our iunn'f> rhin II Kntm wilt ho ho will havn H.niin whlnlu'in, ami h« H funny Hl«ht. "Moy, K«Ulnui t nlp«H«i lot mo Nlinul uin»n your buck. U will work imuul." 'I ho iniklmo rfptlotl, "Okuy. T know 'ri« fitlrl W RIG LE Y PERFECT GUM I FCR SWE HA-HA- WHAT. FUN/ Ex, WHY PO VOLJ TORMENT THAT POOR BEAST ? WHY ARE YOU TRYING TO MAKE HIM VICIOUS ? YOU'LL FIND OUT— FOR A DUMB <3UY, YOU CATCH ON aUICK— I'M MAKINQ HIM VICIOUS FORA PEDAL. ^" v v ^p ^w PEA • Reg. U. S. Ptt. Off.: Copyright, 1916. by Tnbun«-N. Y. Ntwi BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just in Time By MARTIN OS OUT COLO ,VOO OMW TO • . ^ 0V- •»%n YOU O\O .vicv< o.vt . Pm 1 © 1»3fl IV NEA *f RVIC6, INC. T, M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF FUECKI2ES AND HIS FRIENDS Dumb Ossic y BLOSSER WHAT I'M |1D FIGURE OUT IS HOW CAFTAIW KIDD'S TREASURE GOT TD1WE BOTTOM OF THE: RIVER? PROBABLY PUSHED OFF 1WE DECK OF HIS ecvq; DURING A IS, CAM WE KEEP IT? WE RDUMD ' DOW'T SEE HOW ELSE COULD CLAIM rr!. 1 -jfvy :^^ BOAR FTY WTO EW EM ATERTAW OKIE WOULD WHERE WD UGHT WE EM OF LOOKIW< i WE TV! OF TAK LOOK, A NOTE IBETCAFTAIM KIDD PEOPLE DIDNT DROPPED OUT, WfTH TYPE- DID....WrTH ALL THIS TYPE- DOUGH HE COULDA WRPTHRS IM OM rr 1H40SE: DAYS I- 4 W .f I t > THE HUNGLE FAMILY Nice Work, Doodle By HARRY J. TUTHILL Yes Sir, I'll gladlg hand tWs $200 to anyone, man, woman, or child, who makes this tough no. 6 hole in one, |*v«" Here It is. r And after soeing the way this phonoy champ stands and holds the club, fll make it $300! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ a tough) watch little oodle.K&si man's big stuff. Ah...it went in the water. w « ^^ v v ^ w r ^ bounced! "On water! Get that! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~^ r ^^^~^^^* Ti ^^ — ' And it. bounced on the water again! And is going up in the air toward... It'i in! H« mad« itl What! Impossible! 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