The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 10, 1933 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, January 10, 1933
Page 10
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ru ;-;..' ( . •• vv I* ' • - r j -. ' •!' ' ---- F 1 L • ,,: , ! •. • . -..".L.-J-. THE CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS BX t • -i Trapdoor THAT OPHMS V/HEM MOURNING GJU24K V msr .y^ •:»»' ^ • *,< . t O1UOBY ,,— scmcc. me. *• UK) RUM ON THEIR. HINP LESS V/HBN "TRAVELING J-OM6 DISTANCES 1 . SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK POCKS? CM ^ ue ea«AK CAR FROM NDER pcopus OKI THE. OUR BOARDING HOUSE HERN -.. f you W , AND ttA SPIN HOUt T«NN PLA O BRA H ANT\QUE. YKNOW.WRE OLD MADE MAflY A u. OU LIKE A OS TO A TH CR.EAK.V MM. U. I. PAT, On. tta* inr NCA KMVKC me. THE GUMPS Get Out the Smoked Glasses By SIDNEY SMITH A PANMINfcr ?MILL»] M«N.-»AT.X«U . OF WEH ? ^ YOU VJONDEA ^BO\IT YOU ^^B^F"^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ •fcPRAMK - UNCLft SIM DtiAPPOlMVI* I. M: JtROW BIM " — • ^fc HER MOWER '• • BLAM! •MMVW tV*RE OUT TO PORTUM SIM'S AM> MtLL tb MER MA IN TURN RIPPED MOW ^OCH *ONDKRFOl COUU> SUCM COMMON PEQPJ £ OF BLOOD V>CKER* ARE ^^aifiSww LET tY VAHE* owe IT ROM MEA WPPJN I THOOfeMT I'M TEUJNa YOU MY EXE» HtH YOUR, AND BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES All Set '1 By MARTIN I !P~ "l'v« tauoHt them to take»c«re of their clothoo, And i can make • goo eweater last them eight yeare." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN TV\KV VOO 0V SOWT WrX«i VSETOE. MA OF ft V\OWE asBsssaa PICO. u. s. MT. orr. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Freckles Is Curious! By BLOSSER (READ THE STORY, THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) T HE Tinles watched the rabbit for a while and then heard Freezy roar, "Hold on there, Bunny Rabbit. Stop and meet some friends of mine. "I know that they will treat you right, so do not scamper out of flight. I've known these lads a long:, long time. That's how I know they're fine." . The rabbit stopped and looked around, and put Its baaket on the ground. "Well, If you'ro sure I'm safe." It said, 'Til gladly meet tho boy a. ''Some people do not treat me right. They try to shoot me down on sight. And, even if they miss me, I don't like the banging noise." (Pliturvi toy Klni) if you arc going to fill our baskets with good things to eat." "Well, you guessed right, my little friend, and maybe you wee lade can lend a hand when I have loaded up," the rabbit quickly said. "Some vec'tables I'm going to get They'll be the finest you've seen yet. Come on, we'll go to market! It's a short trip, straight ahead." ^ ^ ^ you, Then Scouty ran right up and cried, 'There'll be no cause lor you to hide. We've never harmed a single thing. This meeting la a treat. "Now, t«u us just where you are hound, we'd llko to follow you around, So, off they utarted, through the snrfw. The rabbit shouted, "I can go much faster than the rest or with nnovrahoftB on my feet. "But, I won't do It. Do not fenr! I'm really glad that you are here. Ah! There's tho little market house, with tasty things to eat." The market man said, "Howdy do. Tell me, what can I sell to you. When you cat my fine vegetables, you will not want to stop," "Some cabbage," said the rabbit, "and, I think, your carrots look Just grand. Please loud up my M? basket till it's filled O TH INCIDENT O TB .' TWIS'D is JUST A ROOM IKI A SWELL WoTEL..->t)O t P MEVER TWIS WAS ON A BOAT.... . SET VbOR STUFF UM AND MA*E YOURSELF AT HOME... I'LL CO ANO.SBE «T MV SEAPLAME IS PUT ON BOARP- 1 V \ 3MAME 1 V)OWPER WHAT THAT H6 IT MA MILLIONS TO UNCLE COULDN a>: THE NEWPANGLBS (Mom'n Pop) A Kick Back! y COWAN ^l7 ^^^ifflRlu INCHED HC WP\Q POPS CAD WITH A im UCEMSIE, CHICK EXPLAINED TO THE JUD6E THAT T^CCOPSAIO, "OMtV A OUtnHY WOULD LISTENED SOUR EXCUSED AND THEN TDLO CWtCK TO •TELU ITTOTME 90,I'M A DUMMY, EH OFFICER ? BUT. JUDGE. I SILENCE IN TME1 COURT M NOUNCMAI t FINE VOU FWC >ULAPS AND C AND,MS FOR VQU, OF! FOR SPCAKIN&OFTHIS CO CokieMpljl SCKTENCE TO PAX HIS FINE! i ^. - *• — • ' / »* rii; V*- orr t 4 i ' ; y ^ 1 - H .* L -1 ' ^/ ' . I ^ r L | J [ < L i' .' - • '-m . '

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