The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 24, 1933 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

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10 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORN1AN. TUESpAY. JANUARY 24. 1039^ '•> ^ •*""» > ,JJ EDUCATIONAL HUMOROUS CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON %JHE Ttxj<TAN6, FOUND i "TROPICAL. AMEWCA, APPEAR TO BE MOSTLY BILL., BUT THE BlU IS VERY LIGHT ANP DOES NOT HANDICAP THEM. OTS THIN ECX3BS SHARPLV '. NOTCHEO AND THE J-ONQ TONSOB tS HONEV MESC9OITE. OF THE ffOtrmwEST V^ILL SEND ITS ROOTS' <&O PEET DOWN TO REACH WATERS.. _ NtA tlHVICC. "«• OtJT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK TIME. GST WA«M, FROZEN- SV4OO\-O PUTT A ON TvV OOP we NOT OUTS\OE Mtf »r »*> Mimiefc «£ "KM. V.«. *t. «rr OUR BOARDING HOUSE IF YOU WEREN'T A PAL OF MINE, I WOULDN'T WAUN YOU— \t> JUST LET YOU GO AHEAD AK "RASSLE JAVC&; THAT OL* BEAR TRAP ?-~- WHY ^S, BB US6OTO "BE A "PRO ,-s- Hfe'LL CURL YOU UP LIK.6 A JELLY "ROLL.'TAKE A LOOK, AT THOSE <SOR»LLA ARMS OF W»Sl YOU'LL JUST BE A HUNK OF PUTTY IN 'BM?^'HE'LL SQUEEZE YOU INTO A"BOOKGNT>/ BETTER &ETpls|TH v •B»»C6 AM BACVC-T?EDA\ ^ OUTOFTH' >ii THAT B»6 PIECE f*«b^ I f » ^r-^i-*»« i LINE ABOUT BUS/ TO THROW-A, - . SCARCE: \N MB,! —"I'LL, FOLLOW THIS UP BY BETTING BUS "9Jfs. v i CAM LAy THAN \t •/»• w "£ r^ I m '*./ ./^ ^x •BOTH UP = THE GUMPS Hold Everything By SIDNEY SMITH HEP- MOTHER. W*R ON VTART* OOT ,. . \N»UU WANE TO GEY >HAY MUCH AT LEA-»T »KI ORDER TO PAX TW B»LV. OOT- , OW. POR A. THOUSAWD DOLLARS* AHb DOWN 1ME »TR6tTS \NMAT. SMAU.I DO A, POCKET •ROOK/- HEV 1 DROP / THAT.' ^^THAT THAT BEION6S TO AAE.J BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES It Doesn't Bother Opal! By MARTIN •Willie'* ideas are at odds with the F^econitructlon Finance Corporation." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY. THEN COJ.OB THE PICTURE) (Pletumby Kln« "•m/TY OOCtDNESS, how that dog ciin iVl KO," yelled Duiu-y. "Shall J holler whoa? J feur we'll tnko a flo|i, if wo keep Falling on like this." "For goodness Hakes be quiet, ROII," Knapped Scouty. "This IK wondrous fun. This ride across the c-ountryslde is one 1 wouldn't miss." "Sure! Hold your tongue," another said. "Just let the hound race on ahead. An long an wo hanR to each uthpr. we'll )»! safe and sound. "Tho sled Is wide and will not tip and spoil the thrill of this fine trip, unless we lean nut to one Hide. J wonder where we're Bound?" * • • "Who fares?" Another Tiny cried. "I only hope we ride and ride until the big- dog gets too tired to pull ua any more. "Then, when the hound decides to Ktop, rinht off the sled we all will hop to take a look around to Bee what new things are In store." FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Gulf of California! By BLOSSER So, on they went, o'er dale and hill Bach turn the dot took brought i thrill. At one time they came to pond as slipp'ry as could be. "The dm? will fall," wee Puncy cried. They watched the blR hound sill) and Hllde. However, Ife stayed on his feet and all the bunch cried, "Wheel" » • • It wasn't long until they came up to a steep hill. "What a shanio, ' said f'oppy. "We can't climb this hill. Thu doc's not strong enough." Tho hound, liowover, didn't stop until It reached tho very top. "Gee whiz," n«ld Windy, "that long climb would even make me puff." • Then Scouty shouted, "!x>ok around! A fine log cabin we have found. ' "Why, It's the hunter's cabin," added Coppy, with a grin. "That's why the dog brought «» here. I,et's go Inside. There's naught to fear." Tho dog then stood on Ills hind feet nnd pushed the hut door In. Q ME MAN AWAY ON THE IN ORDER ~K> DEWONSTRATE HIS TREASURE FINDING DEVICE HAS BEEN 6IVEN A BUNK.- V4E PINO BILLY AND E OUT ON DECR- >bOR UNCLE MASTAkEM A NottON Tb^AIL UP THE SOLP OF CALIFORNIA...60B9S ME WANTS TO LOOk: OVER. TI8URON... LCfTS OF 9HARKS IH THESE WATBRS .'/ THERE'S ONE, NOW!! »ov.' • AM KSLAD rM NOT SVIMMIM' OOT THERE tt I DOHTMINP SMARKS...8UT SNNORPP1SH!.' THERE'S A CRITPBR R«>toU...rVB SEEN •EM PIERCE COPPER SHEET- INS AW OAU: PLANKS TO A DEPTW OF TBN , INCHES... AV-AY!- VUUAT ABOUT TU1S ISLAND *N T potJ ' T "^'^^ 90-TIBUROhl ^s^^^^^s'^i^s™ 1 IS THERE TREASURE J L]V | W . | N A PRIMITIVE STATE OF BURIED THERE ? ^^ NATURE...I HEAR TELL THAT THEY USE POlSoMED ARROWS AMD .THAT '.'• THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Bay and Baggage J By Co\van IN RIGHT CELLOPHANE UST AS 'CWJCK AND GLADYS WAD SETTUCD DOWN TOP A QUIET EVENVNG AT — A KNOCK ON TME DOOR AND THERE. ON THE THRESHOLD, STOOD •-» VOU APE COU5VN GLADyS THEN 1 , I'M SO CLAD WE'VE FOUND yOU AT tft LAST

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