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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA ISLAND Li "I00 TAM~. Refined Crude !1 geon's office rang, and the doctor ans- ~,ered it.-\ voice h:qulred: "Who is this ?" ,,,s ,n. A,t o,, h exceedingly busy man, he was always ready for ahit of fun, so replied: " P .,.a,J/~.~.~...!~ t?:~il "The smartest man in the world." "I beg your pardon," said the boy, wifev--l'm very sure I'd not eare~---------- "I have the wrong number."--The Aus- tin (Texas) Cumi)erland. see that kind of a show. Price, Hubby--I don't blame you, wlfe.-.--~ "How old is that ttapper?" ... The censors won't allow them to N~/~ "In her early nicoteens."--Life, pear in street costumes. ~../z" The Golf Widow's Revenge Safer .j~ All sunnncr he had been playing "Jim," she said, as he settled d)~! golf, leaving his faithful wife at home for a comfortable smoke, "I've gotj --a golf widow. But now the golfing lot of things I want to talk to Y~ season has ended, and he had come about." ,.~ back to the bosom of his family. "Good," said her husband, "['m gl~[ Silence greeted him as he entered to hear it. Usually you want to tall the door. The faithful wife was not to me about a lot of things you hall there. Searching the empty rooms, he n't got !"--Lawyer and Banker.l] x.,,,,,,,m.~ i found a note pinned to the'parlor lamp 1[ ~ Just 1 shade. It read: "I have learned Mah The Better 'Ole 11 Jong." Is this the marriage license bureau]! That was all--but it was enough. No, this is the criminal court. Mall A COMPLETE STOCK OF THESE ATTRACTIVE RUGS "Migod!" he cried. "A Mah Jong be you'd better come here. We seld0tI COMPRISING widower."--Birmingham Age-Herald. give them more than twenty years.l[ Judge. II THE LATEST PATTERNS AND SIZES A Scotsman entered a hotel and in- il quired what the rates were. He was Enumerated ][ Just the Thing for Your Kitchen or Dining Room told that the charges were $5 a day Church notice in the Manchest~] Prices Ranging From for rooms on the first floor, $4' for (Eng.) Guardian: [1 rooms on the second, $3 on the third. "Services,at 10:30 A.M. l[ 60 $19 95 and$2on the top floor. The Scot, af- Subject: The Three Great Failure,, c to ter a moment's reflection, started for "Choir. |] the door, when the clerk asked him if"Sermon. I I 0AIALiNA HAR RE 001PAN 'hewomenthat's'N'"Baehelor_,,The considered no replied willhighMen's get ~ andy,S enough."the men's time Wages charges,,.tts wages."will' the come too building when high. me.Unint hS ~uilet~atA-A " Pipe Organ Offertory."__Springfiel~ Isportsman__i a ,~,,The a tot fortune-teller Better had of rather money Tellerhear coming -a told a-n P~J{I a~]|'~ f~ ~1 ]' Married Man--"Yes; next Saturday ing teller say that !--Judge. ~l night." , --"~O O~O 0:::::::::::::22::2~ 02222:2~ Ol::::::::~O OI~:::=2::::~It::==:~X 02:~ ~ ~ ~l i Agents Can't Be Trusted ~[ The rookie was grumbling about dirt " Agent-- When are you going to P~I :or jib I r ewtt etedeht----s Yi age of rookiehood before the time Mrs. Deerie--"Pay for it? Wh.~l when a little dirt is neecessarv to lend you said that in a short time it w0tl~] the proper savor. " pay for itlelf!"--Kansas City Star. " 'Smatter?" bellowed the mess offi- cer. "Stop whining. Don't you know Precedent ~] you're here to serve your country ?" Miss Prim insists upon calling h~l " " " " r he Yes, sir was the humble eply, self a girl. iii but not toeat it. And I wanted to Well, why shouldn't she ~ New g~ serve it--llOt have it served to me."--still calls itself "new."--Lrniversity~ Infantry Journal. Buffalo Bison. : The Unkindest Cut 7~~ ad-ItS Herbert (finding a piece of rubber in -- M[C