THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1933 CDlICIfflONAL»Q\RTOONS s CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON The WAS NOT AN EXPERT WITH THE BOW AND AGROWf ' COMPARED WITH THE MODERN ARCHER., HE WAS A VERY POOR, SHOT. .•.>•"• IRON, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THAT MADE BY MAN, IS RARER ON THE BARTrW SURFACE. OR IN THE U.S. HAVE A CHOICE 01? 2OOO HONeV- PRODUONG PLANTS'. • iittvri*Aitiivici;m& SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS VOO -Tt> GO OF THAT? ' HEAPS TOO SOOKl. "Baxter, I think tht chauffeur wai hurt when you didn't notice we had a new car." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) 'AH, HA, two hunting bears are xi.we, one of the cubs cried. "Seems to me that we should have a gun to shoot, like other hunters do." "As long as we are with you boys, we will not be scared by the noise. I'll bet tho sight would mako you laugh. It would be something new." "Why, what do you know 'bout a Kun?" asked Dunoy. "They'ro not made for fun. I fear you'll have some trouble. If you start to bang away." The hunter then said, "I won't carp. if he will shoot up in tho air. I'll watch him closely, so we'll have no accidents today." • • • "Sure, let him try It," Scouty cried. "But, first, I think I'll run and hide. Gee, If the gun makes lota of noise, I'm sure 'twill scare UH all." Then to the little bear he said, "Now, cubby, try and use your head. 13e sure and brace yourself real well, so you won't take a fall. "You tec, I've shot a gun, myself. I took a large one off the shelf and, when a hunter loaded It, I made It bang away. "Then something happened. I wont flop. Thut was enough to make me stop. J do not want to see tho Borne tiling upset you today." * • • The bear then nhoutod, "Bring the gun. I'm only going to have some fun. I promise I'll bo careful." "Very well," tjio hunter said. The gun was handed to tho bear. Ho pointed It up In tho air. Crlofl Coppy, "If you're going to sliool It, kindly go ahead." The bear was ei'mo as game could he. He pulled the little trigger. Whee! The big gun kicked. Down went the bear. This startled everyone! "I am not hurt," the cub cried out. "Dut, my, what was that all about?" "The gun kicked," answered Scouty. "See? I said 'twould be no fun." N-S54 GUM LOOK FOR THE REDTAPE OPENER OUR BOARDING! HOUSE By AHERN TALKING ABOUT TRAINED PETS, HERE'S A STORY VOU CAN FIND IN THE I HAD CHARGE OFTHETELE6 1 RAPHIC COMMUNICATION LINES,ANDIUAD TO •RUN A L\NE ACROSS A IOOO YAF*D FRONT Of- WITHERING RIFLE FIRE/ HOW DVD I DO VT9-*-WELL > l UAD A PET GROUNDHOG NAMED CICERO/AND I GOT THE LVTTLE FELLOW TO TOG A TUNNEL OVER, THEN CRAWL BACK.PULUNG THE WVRE TO MY INSTRUMENT, E6AD/ CICERO \S NOW IN WAR 3=j C YOU CAN US VOURSELF TO A WHM STEAMS VOU TAKINCJ FOR A FATHEAD VUHOU. BELIEVE. SUCH HOOEY/ BENiTLEY THE GUMPS Count Them Every One—a Pearl By SIDNEY SMITH DROPPED IN TO CWEER HAV5 Ax CLEW ^TM^T V4IV.L. LEAD T& TVS. rXECWfcK* Or* HKR BROOCH- V.6PY tWE TWO LOVKKS TO FOR THE ! MURRAY.' I'M 60»Nfr TO Bf A, IN- LAW OUY THE OU> •SNOfci AND RICE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES For Gosh Sakes! By MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Alarm! By BLOSSER OVER FRECKLES' FAILURE -TO BfcTURM. TO THE. DEACH, DILLY ftOWLCGS MAK.E& OWE MORE SEADCH, BEFORE. 1MFORMIM6 UMCLE TUNAf THEYVE. I'LL SOUWO THE ALARM. GET ME A KMIFE. FROM VF HE'S FrSLLEN «WTO THE HAMOS OF THESE SERI INDIANS, TM TO BLAME - WE SHOULD*; STAYED ON J=* THE ftOAT, I GUESS SEEMS I HEAR VOICES — HMM'// MtAtSTMttMOBCSOr SHAM POO, AM* HANDLE THEM H*>UOED~- LOOK,DAD...THBCXJGH THESE GLASSES... IT LOOKS LKE A Jf 7 "11 THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Al Must Be Good! By COWAN IT'S AL,, I GUESS 1 , 1'LU ANSWER IT, GLADYS HE WENT OUT TWIS MOPNING TO SEE A. FV?\ENO OF HIS ABOUT A JOB TVE GOTTA GET GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP POETTY SOON. ALA. A.L WOULD GET ^ JOB,SO WE COOL.O HAVE OOP BED BACK SWEETIE! you LOOK SO TIPED FTEP SLCCPING ON THE LIVING POOM €OTA FOP A A WEEK, WAITING FOP COUSIN GtttTt HUSBAND. AL, TO L&ND A «JOB,THE HCWFAHGLE.S GET A JOLT I TWEV MAD A I VOU ' TO WORK FOP THAT MUCH MONEV «LLO, GEPT! DINNER MAW', rr ONU< PAID BUCKS A WEEK.,SO 1 DIDN'T BOTHEO SEE THE BIG BOSS ABOUT THE OOB. AL ?
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