The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1936 · Page 16
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 16

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Tuesday, September 22, 1936
Page 16
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BAKEttSFIELD CALIPORMAN, TUESDAY, SEPTfiMBEft 22, WS« DUCAT CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON SPIDERS DO NOT J<3HT TH THEIR F CONSTRUCTION MAKES IT 5IBLE FOR THEM TO REST UPON THE INDIVIDUAL- THREADS/ AN ENLARGEMENT OF A SPIDERS FOOT IS SEEN AT THE RIGHT. Vr «. — '• $m*. £v:H,..^ r tv v f , ','>, ; V* YV,';V^ •'.!• ^ A' ^&jiik *$&$vm$*&- ftf.- VIRGiNfA HAS A HEAVIER SNOWFALL. THAN PARTS ALASKA AND NORTH t*RN CANADA OUT OUR WAY lHIBI^iJPBBBi^H^ ' ' ' SAY, A GUV COULD MAKE MONEV ,THF.RE/ WITH A GAS STATION • AMP LUNCH ROOM . I'VE COUNTED FIFTEEN GARS JUS 1 SINCE WE BEEN srrriN 1 HERE. THAT OL 1 SHED COULP BE FIXED UP PER A VERV LITTLE VOU'RE GOOD AT FI6URES, GOLDV/ WHAT COULD A FELLER MAKE THERE,AN' WHAT WOULD IT COST TO START? • «' *•'' ••^^^^^"••-™ • • i —• — •—-— VEH, WHAT PERCENTAGE OP CARS WOULD STOP?WHAT COULD VO1 MAKE ON A GALLON OF GAS, OR ON A SANWICH, ER- By WILLIAMS I CHARGE FOR ADVICE, FROM NOW ON-IN ADVANCE,' I'VE BEEN SLANDERED, THREATENED, OSTRACIZED AND LAUGHED AT FOR FREE APVICE,SO -TO &S A HIGHLV RESPECTED CITIZEN,LIKE LAWYERS AND DOCTORS-HAVE VOU ANY MONEY YOU Vt \ f - • • — — DUE BOARDING HOUSE WithM HOOBLE .--'.•.-•' *. -. - . \" :• •'•** ^-"Y. • i i ft * f f •• i •*- -'• v t Nba-p^s WAVEKST VOU UEAsKD? VOU SEE, r n BO' •bOtL/x^ BEE 6EWTS METEORS • SLiKE, fc WE % T066ER/ COMBEO Tm£ ) VUT UP OTY, WE COULPMT T=\MD A. QUMMTET^ OUTF \T / THIS £50 PWZE TOT^ MOST OK1IQUE PRESSED MAW FELL POWKJ M1WE 6HAFT/ WO^P :-U £ *-— • •.. * •* &-. / *~m o I \K» • • - ^ — r/Sy WITU As GOLD Aft ,KJO , 4 ;_ 1 ..% l^ *- ^^ t* M/ ,/- V // l> ^•^••M, PUFF/N MOUNTS A bORTION rrs BILL. ONCE EACH VELAR.. AIVUIYNIA . IHO. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK M I rniHcd my children and mont of my ffrandchlldron. I thought I did u Kood job, but none of them IIUH enough HCHHO to be trusted with my Kriindchildnm." FLAP FAN via "The teacher soys we gotta be vaccinated, Fnnny. Will th« mark ahow much?" "How do I know what you'll be wearing In 10 ycar§7" '-•»{!' iiH IMC, CO. o. i. r AT. or I. 8, PAT. OFF. A3OP/S LUCKY tW THE GUMPS A Man's Best Friend PPER MUST NOTC OT TAKE BELT FOU ., .„, / YOU OFFER ME , YOU'RE A REAL FR\E ^H. _ M— _ _^^^k ^_ _ ^L ^B. K A ^B^H^M v- ^L ^ff ^^^h ^ A ^^^^^B .^^^^^ DINNER? :TT YOU MEAN W t PV .. .. ._LL, BUT THERE'S WO NOURISHMENT IN THIS FOR ME - :< -: ^ • •'• <J» i r » » « I I • I I«» %i r A^V*V*' :<:• v.,-, • • *•».»•_ «iili? i*.*- n ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^^^^^P ^^ Sjrndicile'. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Old Stuff y MARTIN OH , VOO, ^00^0 OOT VO^G \.oo\< VO COOVD TO OOVFXT QOVXE EA SERVICE INC. OFF. 4 FUECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Moose Bagley y BLOSSER WAME IS BAGLE/... MOOSE FROM WCW OKI, I'M VDUR COACH! WE'RE GOWKJA WIW RX7TBALL C3AMES THIS ? i GUESS BOVS WAVE HEARD OF I WHO "TOOK IMS BALL OW THE KICKOFF /AMSLEY COLUB3E; AMD ftAW IT 9O YARDS TO A * TOUCMDCNW! ( TEAM W 5 LEAGUE! IATER IW THE GAME I KICKED A FIELD OOAL SIXTY YARDS.' V/A6WT THAT M SIDE^LL SlTRESSTHE TWE DAY THE KICKING GAME! I'LL WIHDPRACTI- 1 1 H>VE FKLLC/S CAU-V KICK OLTTOFTHC STADIUM? MORE KICKIWG 1HAW ^bUVE B/ER DONE / •r^ ^—^^^F*^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^t I *%1 r I t i HE DIDHT SAY WHETHER THE KICKIWG V^OULD BE 1 THE FDPM PUMTS OR OF ^ OOKS COMPLAIWTS BAQLJEY GOT OFF TO A PECULIAR START.' WHY? 1936 BY NEA SHViCt. INC. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Practice By HARRY J. TUTHILL hlivo had a paper Inn , . .. t ll1 »»»tuo Kurcn^un rounlrlon .,..,.. not a real PMUOC wiiu-t' tlu> oiiibri'iiU am! wmnoii Hvu In ft'iir of nn InvlMl- of tho World War. Anu-rlru tittuht i bh' httiul. Yet wo AiunricuuH nro ml- be Huld to bu tlui only nation td Icivc a peucu mind.—Nowton 1). Uuhur, aecrotary of wu.r ^B_^U ^ — Jm ^^ L |»y uiumtli'M of r> . . t» *H't »lt) U ITiKll of foil! urulor ProsUlcnt | to »olv« our ocouoinlf AVlJHum C. HuUUt, U. H to Francu. A woman? Bah . Ing. A man? iltfh . nho IH noth- . . he IH everything. Them IB not unythlnK In the world that IH not open to him. ZdenUa KonbUova, athloto, whiwe HOX plan which IH will not accost any them to «\i to war In 'a no ooncorn of bury, former ul 1 JtrUlHli hulmr 4'urLv. i * ' * \, v . .- -•• 'Jf i A", -, •a J- n . * .. i J burns Dood Dood Now star one Ahem once Row mu sure zzy been low When enty Ros hat Dood George other room more Rozzum name me ow nsul the meant are sau ter aet very Now Fense uou catch fees dem ands oon ott and

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