The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 4, 1936 · Page 14
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 14

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 4, 1936
Page 14
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THE BAKERSKIEM) CAMFORNIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1680 . CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON ARE THE ONLV MAMMALS THAT DEPART FROM THE RIGID STANDARD OF S£TVXEA/ NECK V£RreaGA£. AND THEY DEPART FROM IT 7H^tn£X ONE SPECIES OF SLOTH HAS NINE! NECK VERTEBRAE, ONE HAS SZVE.N, AND ONE HAS ONLV S/X/ Tf4£Re IS ONLV OMEMALE MOP-PLANT LOUSE TO A SCORE OF GENERATIONS OF FEMALES. DURJNCS EARTHQUAKE SMOCKS, PICTUBtES OFTKN TURM THEIR, TO THE WALL. C>i»i«»VMtAiMvief, me. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "I'leiiHc don't inrntion to nnyonu Mint I'm alwayH hero HO lute. You we, I hoy nileht think I'm nut cxiiprlrnrcil rnoiiKh for the Joh." THETINYMITES I3y HAL COCIIRAN t»« IY Ntt »t»VICC INC T M MO U > f*I OK EDUCATIONAL HUMOROUS OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS IRCAD THl HTOHY. THCN l-OLllll TIK IMCTUIUl hy Kctikt) M'l*. ' PI 11C ini'iimn'iin Minwuinii loll In lillii I n irl., liml NHII|| iiilinll II Imnnl 1 Illltl lliillv nhi'llti'il, "| tlilllli ll'i, II I'lli ll \\i-f I'linrv llii'lfl) loiln ii-nl IM^UI irirli. Now \\r> will luivr I Inilli) ninilliri our "Tlip Tiny l>o» nro ilirtl inn nun Hay, I'llliry, lllilllU 1 Irll MIC linxv linp|t«tk*il In rmll MH-II n tlnnl" In tl « hni ynii rn II fun? Miy 1 lm|H' you'll tiiUn II all In |iln AlUl IhiMi tlio lOlllniM i-trlalln "llfl'H IHTPly pMi-liltttK utf "I WIIN till! Otlfl wllli lillltllli'll WRI&LEV'S ) FLAVOR IS WORTM -TALKING 'I illil mil Hinin In thul a fimv 'I'hr ', Plln v^ limn \\Hfl nn KIM>I| ln llfl ^'^ I'*' j luiil nriMt lilm, ami \%f?'il liml a iiii'i ry • limuli Hi- l\viv j "Tlt'M'p « r ii« no rluinro for Mm to liilU. tinil iifilthi 1 )' xvimlil lio ^llltt in " , Mlllll 111 fltrl. Illhl Klllllll llll<IT III I'M.' "|uil 111 all liml he i imlil iln 'I lllHlNl llllll I In' llf'illil Allullli'l MM)' |futin\ ii|in\vman M|UIIII\ *\ III ii|i|iciir ! "I lutvr iurniif;i'il It ^ i<u \vill r«»c. HIM! llii'ii vim HUH 't I MI mini ill inn JI|M( rliiMr yuur HJTJI. ynu Tlnymllrfi I'll Ifll > *ui w IUMI lio'rt lirir." * * « Tin' |iu».;.lnl Tlhl.'M illil MI Tlmn tltn oixMifil Ihrin up wlilo UKUlu an lh(*lr Hinall frli'iiil niilil, "Niuv. phuiHO Iniilc. mitt ymi >vill flinl I'm rlKlit." "\Vliy. Ki'ii'liii'-in nalir," yollinl Utility "Hn IH .liiMt an il)<hl as lio I'llll biv Til" KlUiWIIIIIII IH »p|ll Olll'll- IIIK Inn't hi' u villl lUraiiHO "lnlil .'" "I'll Miy li« In," lirftMi Hi'oiilv i-ilntl. "I'm Hi-itrotl In inn up ID hln Hlili< Jllut Innli! Ht- lilin I fill HllOfl, fill ICBH anil h" can wiilh with (>n»i>, 'I Impn lid won't urtili Inilil oC inn, 'I'liums In nn nwful fix I'll IIP. Why, If he nquM>ii<il Iliu M'l y umiili, I'hj miro 1 would frocio " GUESS Wff CAM USE HIM IN THE BRASS ROOM. W JLJS 1 FOR A SHORT TIMB, TILL Hi CAN 6BT SOMETWIN' BETTER- WITH HIS COLLEGE EDUCATION/ WHY/ UH- .NATURALLY- MB, AH~ THATS TH 1 WAY I STARTED -TILL I COULD GET SOM6TH1N' BETTER,THEN 1 GOT MARRIED AN' WHEN 1 NEAR.LV HAD THAT PAIP PER/THEN 1 BOUGHT A ROUSE. THEN A CARTHEN A RADIO. VEH, 1 KWOW- PQT \ fTH 1 KIPS THROUGH •SCV4OOL, DOCTOR BILLS-AM 1 THAT. BUT TM/XT ONLY TAKES ABOUT T YEARS- THEN vou CAKI QUVT; AN' LOOK FOR. SONA6THIM 1 BETTER AN' START AT TK BOTTOM, THE NEW FIXTURE OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE £6*0, LAPS/ AS It IS "W£- CUSTOM OF ALL <3WE KT TO BEQUEkTM OWE THNT 1 B&S6ED MY LNST EXP>ED\TOKi WTO . THE WILD WEST/TO MY C3OIN T ( MAKE SPEECH, WE OLkSWfX CEREMONY, 5UCM SVAALL. WOW THE VlGOUS "FEU- VICTIM TOMV THE GUMPS On Guard IF YOU THINK WHAT 1THINK YOU'RE THINKINQ ^ I'D APVISE YOU NOJ TO MOVE FROM YOLJRSIPE OF THE ROOM WHILE I'M - ANP A. LITTLE TOLP ME THAT HE'S QOIKJQ TO BE FEELINCa A WHOLE LOT, SOON/.' WONDER HOW MV GOOD FRIEKJD , MR.QUMB IS \ HAVEN'T SEl PON'T THINK VOUR. <5OOD FRIEND IS FEELINQ-SO SEVERAL BROTHER: Kit. U. S.-Ftt Off.. lht, 1»8«. by Chlnn S-N. Y. N«w ByeulluU. J HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Hey I 1 1 ! By MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Reward By BLOSSER W RIG LEYS SPEARMINT PERFECT GUM li INEXPENSIVE - SAflSFYING ,1 DELIVERED TREASURE" TO rrs RIGHT FUL OWVJER, SO WE J BE ON OUR HE GATHERED AU- HIS CLERKS AROUWD SAID:"HEREISA > ><XIWQ MAW 'OF RARE iwresRnv .' A NICKEL'S V-ORTH OF JELLY BEANS.' ITS PRACTICALiy IMPOSSIBLE TO SET RECKLESS IN A ,. FIVE AND TEN \ HETURWEOTD HE WAS A MAW OF UNBOUNDED GEWEROSnY GET THOSE GEMS.'WHAT SHOW MY APPRECIATION,I WAKTT 00 THRU THE STORE AND SELECT ANV ONE THING HIS HOWESTY IS SOME- THIWQ TO BE ADMIRED,' CEWT STORE. FROM ONE OF, THE BUNGLE FAMILY Power Plus By HARRY J. TUTHILL What*s that you said, j doodle? I can't hear J a word while that comic nsxtdoor is hammering on that I sau....ow! Such a bam, bam.bammy. For two pans anybody should pop this man on skoll with anything. He's very tough. \\ he doesn't v bend the first time you belt \hirn it means you're going v_,^—"^TT-I to be awfully f ^ ^ •.«.», ^_ . •• v I was hanging the picture. ianglng . With Hammering. Without one word ** *' warning, I hauled off and started beating myself unconscious. Edgar, your head! Oh you look as i f uou were Hear him I wonder if your stuff will go

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