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PAGE TWELVE ' FHE CATALINA [] ar )W A FULL-SIZED FOR ONLY Offering every worthwhile feature of washers selling at twice the price, and even more, the new VOSS is the greatest value in washing machine history. Nothing even remotely approaching it in dollar value ~as ever before ~e~n available. It hag full-si~d porcelain tub; Lovell writer with large 2 in. rolls; Westinghouse electric motor; all mechanism fully emclosed and run- ning in oil; beauty of line and finish ......... in fact, every worthwhile modern feature to be found in any washer at any prlce. And in addition, it is the only washer that has a metal FLOATING AGITATOR, the only mechanical device which exactly duplicates hand-washing action in all its gentle thoroughness l Slightly higher on easy payment plan. $I0.00 DOWN $8.00 A MONTH CATALINA HARDWARE COMPANY II~ONE ~ 125 METROPOLE AVE. e for for anyone interested in "THE MAGIC ISLE" is a year's subscription to Refined C,rude FRIDAY 13 Mr. Matthew Talbot Laws, Care :\vahm Cemetery, Avahm, California. Dear Sir: You are cordially invited to attend a watermelon party at the Avalon Cemetery at 12 o'clock to- night. The festi(:ities will be held at the third grave on the left of the cemetery as you enter. This is the resting place of a cross-eyed guy who dropped dead after winning the capi- tal prize in the Agua Caliente sweep- stakes. Hoping to see you present, I am Yours truly, L'na Kidder Latest Efficiency Wrinkle Jay-walker : "So many people are struck by autos while alighting from street-cars." Street-car Official: "Well, yes; but those people have paid their fares. It's this running over people who are waiting to get on that makes me mad."--Pathfinder. A young man, imbued with tender passion, brought his girl some flowers. "How wonderful of you to bring me these lovely flowers," said the girl. "They are so beautiful and fresh; I think there is a little dew on them yet." "Yes," said the young man in great embarrassment, "there is, but I'm go- ing to pay it off tomorrow."--Maga- zine Programme. A Curious Affair Auctioneer : "You keep bidding against yourself, sir." Yokel: "No, I ain't. Me father and me brother asked me to bid for this 'ere grammyphone, and I'm just curious to see which of 'era gets it."-- Tasmanian Courier. Master, in geography lesson: "Now Smithers, tell me where the Rhine goes." Smithers: "Dahn the gutters into the drines, sir."--Magazine Program. Life's Darkest Moment "Gracious," said the doctor, "how did you get these awful bruises on your shins. Are you a hockey play- er ?" "Oh, no; I just led back my wife's weak suit."--Detroit News. Never ask me what I have said m what I have written, but if you will ask me what my present opinions are, I will tell you.--John Hunter. Reversed P~ [)ctiniti~m of a dir is a lnml~ inside llCCr Y.un~ J~,hn. like m lhc habit ~,f asking ri~:lting frequency for km~wledge, duced ullworthy ,,f his m~,ther. c ~h\'C r: