The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 23, 1933 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Monday, January 23, 1933
Page 8
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 28,, 1933 1 V CDUOVTIONAL HUMOROUS /*» CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS , BoT I'M To' €n~A«T WO I'LL. TAWe CAOC. OF . Oovrr v4AK»er CLCflW OP—AMO NOT BLAM& AU_ 1V\\S ONt AU. 1 OlO NWAS V.AV "TW WASH RAGr OM TW VNE.UU, BE A BIT THAM A AMP ATA DISTANCE OF SWATTING ONE FLY IN APRIL-, THE HATCHIMG OF 72,559,411,2.00,000,000,000 Ftl&S »N AOSOSr AVKSKT BE PREVENTED. O1NO IY NEA SERVICE. INC, \Nr-M MOTHERS GET SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CL^RK OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN IF I t>lDNT Ll*tt YOU,,TAKfc, I WOULDN'T Bfc WARNING YOU-BUT f DON'T <S»6T \CNOTTfcfc UP WTTM BUSTfc* IN A -RASSLIN' SNATCH f HONfcST, THAT *OD IS A HUMAN CIDER PRESS -^YOU'LL JUST BE so MUCH WET WASH IN HIS HANDS— HE'LL WRING VOU OUT, AN' THEN WIN,t> YOU AROUND YOURSELF LIKE. A MAYPOLE .9 '*"**' POSTPONE TH' MATCH^TELLU, YOU HAVE LUMBAGO/ FAU6H -*REMEMBER, JAKE —YOU ARE A HOOPLEf -AND A HOOPL6 NEVER TAKES A "BACK, STErPf—TWE LAST MAN IN THE FORT »S ALWAYS A HOOPLE-~ AND HE- EATS THE WHITE TLA^RATHER THAN HOIST \T.9 FORK* IN THE ROAD • (• jHWUBMn •" » "I'm afraid by the time we get our act rehearsed all the mueio will be out of date." THE TINYMITES By HAL COGHRAN (READ THE STORy, THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) I T DIDN'T take the hunter Ions to bring forth a rope that seemed real btronu. "We'll make a harneHS out of this to hitch my doe," said he. "Now you lada run and get your sled." "You bot we will," one Tiny Biild. "To ride behind your doe will be as thrilling as can be." The hunter squatted on the ground and twisted bits of ropo around until he'd made the harness. 'Twaa a very simple task. Tnon Coppy camo up with the sled. "This In a peach," the hunter said. "Be careful now you treat my dandy dog. That Is all I ask." » » • They hitched the hound up cood and tight and Scouty shouted, "What a sight. The dog just seems to fit our sled. I hope he'll pull us all." "Don't worry," said the hunter, "you will have real fun before you're through. My dog la very strong. You .lust be caruful you don't fall. (Pleturtiby Klni) "Now, hop aboard. We're wasting time." The hunter smiled to aee them climb upon the sled, all In a heap. Soon Windy cried, "Let's go! "Wo are all sitting safe and sound. Wo'ro sot to skim across the ground." The hunter answered, "You look great, four Tlnlcs In a row." * « * And then ho cried, "Now, Roustabout, you take tho little Tlnlos out and nhow them what a i-eal ride Is. They're looking for a treat. "If you are good, and treat them right, ami do not tear with all your might, I'll pay you well by giving you a big panful of meat." Tho dog pricked up his two long ears and then, amid tho Tlnles' cheers, ho started out. "Hurray! We're off! one of the Tlnlea cried. "Good luck!" exclaimed tho hunting man. "Have all tho fun, lads, that you can. I'll see you Hometlme later, when you've finished with your rldo." THE GUMPS Orphans of the Storm By SIDNEY SMITH DAY- ANOTMER ' AMD EXTRAS PILE. UP ON TME OE STROSS POOR MAMA/ SUE'S EVEN A.FRAIO So PA^S. *TV»E DESK EX»NN STAIRS ANY ANDRE — SHE'S AFRAlb OP MEETNGr THE AAAK. _ IN THE LOBBY OR. IM TPE MALLS- FOR T\NO DAYS SME MAYN'T STUCK MER MEAt> OUT OF HER. DOOR- SHE'S EVEN AFRAID TO CALL, FOR MER MAIL - VVMAT EXCU&E CAM S-ME POSSIBLY GIVE . FOR NOT SETTLING THE BILL NO, 1 VLL PAVXM TME BROOCH\ OU&MT TO AT LEAST DOLLARS y5k CAN'T LET BILA_ GO ANOTHER |Y MUST BE W.HY- COULD EVEN &ET UP A DANCING CIAW AND 6IVE , AMUK/ ANt> IT HAS COME NEVER , ,„_. - ^HOP _ _. _ BUT ViE'LL NAVE TO PAT TWAT ACCOUNT CfETOOTOF H6RE- TME OMLY VNAY I CAN THINK OF 1^ TO PAWN MY DEAR MOTHER'^ BROOCM THAT SHE GAVE ME ON MY WEbDINtir DAY- OM, V4HAY \% YO BECOME OF US M.Y MOTHER >F SME VJERE AUVE TOtSAY ? IF *TWAT MER DAU6HTEP- F6RCEO TO TWI^ <-r(FT TO KEEP FROM THROWN OUT IM THE STREET MOTHER- MOST BE SOME WAY THAT I CAN'HELP ALL W«.Y LIFE BEEN )N COMDMUED ^ IMOOR =• NEXT- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Mervie Plays Safe! By MARTIN ISKrt T\KWT TH' U\TTEVi U? TVHBBE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Demonstration! By BLOSSER WHY-' IT DOESWT EVEM >bu HAVE NOTHING iw VOUR REAOy.'rJOW I WILL StE VWHAT IT SHOWS ..IF ONE BELL RIKJ0S, IT'S SILVER...TWO BELLS 19 SOLD.. BELLS,DIAWOrJDS^WD IF MO BELL X 1T IS 1 KIOTHHJ6 AHA;-' ONE BELL IT IS., AND TWEJWDICAT&R POIWTS 1& VfejJ-.yoO HA»« SILVER VODR POCKET= No>A^,sitt, is ALL RISHT...1F TMIS S7RANSE DEVICE OF YOURS WORKS, I VJOKI'T PROP >t>U OFF..»lrJ- STEAD, I MISHT USE IT Tt» LOOK R3R TREASURE, AT SOME TIME.' STILL THINK JIGGER IS A BLOOM IKl' OM BILLV'aoWLESS... I'D LlkE TO VJHAT HE HAS IM MIS POCKETS.-WELL, MEBB6 JUST A LITTLE CHAW6e,LIU:e MICKELS AMD FOB INSTAMCE. 1 ITS OK. I'LL HA^e A FIXEP FOB you THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Unexpected Callers! By Cowan BABY! THIS is TWE LIFE! NO ONE T'BOTHE.P OS OP- HECK.THCRE'S SOMEONE AT TME: DOOR'.I WHEPC GLADYS VJV4V-WWV. NEWFANGLE BUT THEY MUST HAVE: UCAPD us SH-SU DON'T ANSWEP VTl! HAVE TO ANSWEP IT . SOGAP

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