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The Bismarck tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, N.D.) 1916-current, June 30, 1930, Image 10

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SIDE GLANCES - - - By George Clark
“I should get away for a trip to the mountains. I need a change
of scene.”
(BEAD THE STORY, THEN COLOR THE PICTURE)
drove the hay cart in and said, “I guess this bunch has
said. My home is not so far ahead, been around enough for one long
lhats where I’m going to stop. day. I like your plan real well. I’fi
Where will you Times go from gladly pay for all our board.” “Hur
there? Were pretty far from town ray! Hurray!*’ the Tinies roared,
right now. I guess, though, you’ll “We’re going to sleep in his big barn,
get back somehow. ’Twill do you Oh, gee, that will be swell.”
„ T . ? n the big hay loft, intent on getting
* 7* U *l? on t know!»* wee Clowny in a night of sleep before another
•s®®* i he stunt we’ve day. Each one of them slept very
Often tried, and I know I’ll get all sound. The morning found them
tired out. Oh, my. what can we do? running ’round. Soon they were
When do you drive to town again? bound for Moscow. They enjoyed it
I a pose you go there now and then, all the way.
If it is soon, we all can wait and When they were at their jour
tken ride back with you*” ney’s end the Travel Man exclaimed,
Not till tomorrow,” said the “Now lend an ear and listen to my
man. But, even so, I guess you plan. Odessa is the place where we
stay overnight right at my home, will next look all around.” Soon for
YouTe welcome as can be. I have Odessa they were bound. The Tiny
* h«rn thats filled with hay where mites were pleased. A smile broke
you. can sleep. What do you say? out on each one’s face.
Thera s not a thing to harm you and (The Tinymites visit a queer toy
it’i qutte all right with me.” . shop in the next story.)
The Travel Man then broke right (Copyright, 1930, NEA Service, Inc.)
TRIBUNE’S PAGE OF COMIC STRIPS AND FEATURES
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By Martin
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1930
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GASOLINE ALLEY—ANYWAY, THAT’S AN IDEA
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