The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 4, 1933 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1933 • '' ' CURIOUS WOBtLD By FERGUSON 1 IN EUROPE, THIS ANIMAL IS KNOWN AS AN BUT IN NORTH AMERICA, IT GIVES UP ITS TRUE NAME TO ANOTHER. ANIMAU. OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS THE- SO-CALLED /WERICAN ELK IS NOT AN ELK AT ALL, BUT A CLOSE RELATIVE. OF THE EUROPEAN! STAG/ e t»M »V NtA snnncc, me. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK f on, PA AH COME. OM, APE. MADE. - MoT BORM OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN THIS IS MRiS.HANRA.TTY WEP6 TMAT TH&Y JUST 60T OUR CARDS; TODAY—/ YOU MAVLTHpSE GET THAT SILLY' LOOK OFF YOUR FACE AND WHEN TOD I MAIL THEM? THE: VERY HOUR YOU GAv& THEM TO ME TO PO^T/IN TACT, I, GAVE THEM TO THE MAN IN THE COLLECTION TRUCK/-*SURELY, YOU DON'T tOUBT MY VERACITY 7-E6AD, I'LL •REPCfRT THE MATTER TO MY ~HAW —SOMEBOW WILL ^ mYTORTHaS LAXITY/f ^ ^^ / LEFT THEM- 1N THE OWCS CLUB , AKD JUST THEfA . YESTEFJDAY THE GUMPS A Prize Offered By SIDNEY SMITH , FOK A t>AU<-WTER I'O BE >NIU.IKCr TO 6ET R«D OP HRR. — BUY 11^ XPU'RC YH»MK»N<» OR MXUKYIMfc. THAT TAKE MV M**E TM6M SHOW VOO THE PRIZE MIM PEKLt THAT B1M HURT II* DOESWT tX> 6rTO MUtM TO »UKJt INVIYEb UMCLK AIM.— !«. NOW Not So Dumb! By MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ' OT? — &KV, NOO'O VSX "She w«nts me to paper the ipare btdroom and pipe hot water to the bathtub, Juit becauae ihe's Invited • girl In'her geometry elate down for the week-end." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) (Plcluni ky Klnt W HEN Duncy flopped down to the ground, the TInymltes all gathered 'round and shouted, "Well, you lost your match, but even BO, 'twas Jun. "The two cubo leaped and made you ;'a!l. You didn't have a chance at all. ; iruesa we never Trill know Juot how v.-ell you mtgbt have done." "nay, you are pretty fair to me," .iald Dunoy. "j can plainly see that it was quite a funny eight to nee me take a spill. "I will admit the cubs nre Mck. Por me they simply were too quick. Now. don't ask that I wrestle any more. 1 never will." • • • "Ha, hat" laughed Coppy, "that's the stuff. Ton know when you have had enounh. Now Rive the bears Home credit. They were winners, fair and square. "We didn't think that they were strong, but that's whore nil of u« FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Trapped! By BLOSSER were wronff. If I hnd been In you place, I'd have had an awful scare." Then Duncy Jumped up to his foe and said, "I wish I had a treat fo both the cubs. They've earned It, bu what la there I can srlve?" "We'.l, son, I know of Bometlilnff : real," the huntor nald. "I'll f!:c a , meal. Bring both the cubs and fol- IOTT me. We'll jro to where I live." When nil the bunch had walkea Inside the hunter'o cabin Puncy cried, "Let's give the woo bears bread ana milk, fll feed them both, niynelf," The hunter Answered, with n ffrln. "Put napkins tinder each bear's chin and place them by tho table. I'll get food down from the shelf." Soon both the brure wore eatlnK fast. Said Duncy, "Hey. this will not last unless you en nuirh slower. Do you want a tummy-ache? "I'm Bolnc t (l (ecd you with a spoon. You'll have your fill, cubs, pretty soon." Oh, my. whnt funny faces both the little bears could make. JS THtV WEBE EXPLORING THE SHOOES OF TIBUBOKI, FPE.CKLE.5 AMD BIULV OOWLEG3 K1ABBOWLY t^CAPtO BEIUO HIT »Y X SOMEBODY SEES US HERE OM THE I9LA.ND ! / YEAH - TH* VABMIMTS GOT THEIR EYCSOM TQ KeEP t» FROM GCTTIM' BACK TO OUR MEBBE. RI6HT- WEXL BOTH MAKe A BEE. LIME FOB TH' '5ELKCERF7/ WHY OOMT THEY COME OUT IN THE OPEN, INSTEAD OF LYIM 1 IN AMBUSH— SHUCKS! WE WOULDN'T HURT THEM/ GO OWE WAY AMD YOU 60 ANOTHEB... THAT WAY WE'LL. GET THEM ALL MIXED UP THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) The Smokes Are on .Chick! By COWAN LOOK FOR THE RED TAPE OPENER HELLO ,«50GAP—VtC, AU_ vy«VNTS VOU TO BPtNG VAM «OMC WHEN VOU COME HOME—WHAT KIND? JUST MINUTE-— cwicvrs ABOUT JUST HMVE CUT1C PHONG M1M TO BWNC ME A FEW «MOMC« WHCN HC COMES WkVL.THEOC.AIrfT ANY JOBS OPCM THAT SUIT ME- S«<, OCOT. WHEPE APE THOSE OT MINE? NO. t.THOUGHT HC'D G)VCN IT TO VOW ALPCADY X t THINK VOU SMOVCED THEM ALL, UP WON'T HE G\V/C VOU THE MONCV FOP THEM? THEY'PE THPEE FXM? A HALF

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