The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 5, 1936 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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BAKER8KIKLU CAUFOltMAN, SATURDAY, SEPTKiViBKR 5, 1688 CURIOUS WORLD ADMIRAL P€ARV NAMED AND PLACED CROCKER LAND OW TMC MAP. VEARS LATER, THIS w EXTENSIVE NORTHERN LAND" WAS FOUND TO BE A By FERGUSON -^:/« HAILSTONES ARE A COMBINATION OF SNOW AND /<T£T. n-r m 1111 iv NU luvicr, me. OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS TME SUPCPSTITION THAT A FOUR-L€AF€D CLCVGR. BRINGS LUCK IS SO OLD THAT NO ONE KNOWS ITS ORIGIN SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "I'lonsc. Indv, lot m« tell him n few IhliiKH. You'll have plenty of time to talk to him Intvr." THE TINYMITES By ITALC.OCIIHAN HAS TW OL LADV VAIS, AH JES 1 WAS. JEST SEEN IT VET? "ARE V THET 15 "ARE VOU ON VOR.S WAV, TO ALU DID VUH RX6D IT, IT'S REAL WROM6 WIFP IT TH 1 PARLOR OR ON VOR6 WAV BACK. TO TH' BARN NOW- WITH PLEWV OF BALIN' WIRE. eu»«ivNiAiuivie«riNe. T.M.mau.i. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE ssW, 3^-SOW f "THERE we TO 'COMB/TUte TFOPHY WlLU , BE OWE OF •£>EI»4f5 "THE OF-TUE-FEFOCIOUS FEU'S COWCOLOR SPEQ6S EVER SHOTBV M^Ki OP THE TAH6ET, TOD/ TURU HER Ikl A. WIFF AM BET "DE COMES *# HOOPLE THE GUMPS Getting Together POOR, DOG- - YOU MUST BE STARVING HERE'S MY SUPPER, SUCH AS IT IS — \ KNOW WHAT 1 IT IS TO >E HUNGRY - ANJP I .TOO, HAVE FELT THE WARMTH OF A HELPING HAND AND A PAT ON THE DACK— EASY THERE, OLD FELLOW —, RXJNT DOESN'T MEAN FOR US TO BE FRIENDS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Let That Be a Lesson- By MARTIN <r>ll)4 l> Nil UKvlCt iNC 1 M KtO U I FAT Off FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS In the Dumps By BLOSSER HEV.WMAT ARC VOU DOIWQ, PRECK? WEt'RE TURWIWC3 AROUWD! pill-: Tim.", ,'v<-i| Mir M.MV MM< mail. SiiUI our "1 riinnitt uni1 •laml )to\\' anMhliiK tliat>. iniidn MIOW nnil Iro i mi unlit arniind "I'm (iolnr. l'< i nil <o him iiiul •« ; If I l'U«'U n\r fitrui unl tlio nanio UN \'ou. I \vnlli nnil lalli ninl V. Hiiiht now I'll piny n inlniitr, ' Hfont \ nf\lil iif. In Inni'h, InMrnil" n nnowman f>ut, that dot'Mii't have- to mi\v the ship's ( OK, IMIII Inlli numt ndinil llilN M'hii Minwhun inlinl. 1 you'll fh ninkln anil <-i >\ with you." ".hint unit n "\Vhy not Join If w« run (irp will bo nomnthli\K ... "*"i|\a>," (tin funny inun rpiillril. 'i'oino on, now, walk right hy my hliln nnil VMi'M Kit lo Iho lai|;i> Igloo that I »P<> nialKht ah>>i\il." Thon hr> hi'Han lo walli aloiw, n» ntty MIlil, "My. Init yoii'ri' nlroim." "Much HtronuiT titan you think, (air lues." tho MK Hiiiiwinait roullvit. ,'hnv founil HOIHH tnnly fooil anil thiMi It iniiilo th<> TlnlOH (!l|l«lo whtMi the niHiwuian ato a naiulwirh whole and Hhoutfil. "i)lvc< me inor*-!" "My Roiiilnrni, hut you alo that fimt N'ot v«l'y IOIIK will thU fooil IftBl," Hitaiiped Duiu-y. Thou, mi to thn IniiU'h tho KnUliuo hid tore. * • • "IIII, luv! Thf Julio's on -oti," h« crl«il. "It U tho rirst Jolto 1 Imv.i tried, Now all you lit tin toU uro go- li)K to KOI a blK Hinin-Uo. 'Thn Biiowman who hn« foolotl you all, l» not a Hnowinau, totn, at nil. Juat wati-h, now, anil my mother \vlli "1 I'ovcred liur with iinuw, you »ne. It \vim HO runl. nlu> noar fnolnd n>p." And Ihnn Iho younK»tor'« mother iflioolt iho snow off, to tho Krijuiul. "\\VII," hotly mill), "that miro w«» hllrK, I'v uovor HOOII a hnlim' Irlolt, Wi''iv Kliul H l» your moth«r, 'rnunt< wi' IIUi' tu have hor 'round," WE RE OH OUR WAY HOMK.OSSIE' WAV oar MDWDER is A SCHOOL BELL, AW'BEFORE LOKJQ IT'LL BE TOLLIWG FOP US' REMEMBER WHEN I GOT IMTO MISCHIEF ON THIS TRIP OWE DAY AW' WLTTTY SUGGESTED THAT SOMEBODY TIE AW ANCHOR APOUWD MY WECK I BET THE GUT WHO IKMENTED SCHOOU WAS THE SAME OWE WHO THOUGHT UP SULPHUR AW' MOLASSES AW 1 WASHING EARS! SCHOOL WHY SPOIL EVERY- 7HIWQ &/MEN' now INS SCHOOL 2 GWT TAKE LIFTE'S BOWL. OF CHERRIES, MV PRIEMP, WAWTA FEW PITS THROWW THE BUNGLE FAMILY Magnetic Relief By HARRY J. TUTHILL P-88-t! Heai That's the jobbie nextdoor puffing on a trombone. There he is. One hour everu eveniria. He knows two tunes. The way to tell which one he's playing is time him somebuddy pull cat tail. Hear —-C (He's made a lot of oacrihces *ifor his music. Mostly in the "1 hall when neighbor belts * him. I wondered, Mozart, what could have made you stop in the middle of a tune. Listen Doodle, I wonder if- was playing tne fchizophrenfa Pre/ucfe /'/j A F/at. Suddenly my "i two front teeth I use for the .^?J;\tremolo effect in The Jtiep- Go/ng To Town. oed out and he trombone melted. Look. V- \»m-.«.-

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