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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA ISLA I TEA KETTLES RICE BOILERS PERCOLATORS ROUND DOUBLE ROASTERS PRESERVING KETTLES CONVEX SAUCE PANS P, Refined Crude A BOUNCING BOY Never Bought it ),n~ler (to /}oatman)--"ThaCs a fine rod. \\'ho /ave it to you ?" Something Like That They had been having a little quar- rel, and she turned to him with tears in her eyes. "Well, John, even .though I have been extravagant, 1 got a bargain to- day." "Yes, I'll bet it was a bargain! You have no idea of the value~f money. 1 suppose you got something /or noth- ing." "\Vell, I got a birthday present for vou."--The Continent. Barbless Hooks He--'%Vas your fishing trip to the Island a success ?" She--"Oh, yes'! It rained, and we all sat in front of the fire at the St. Catherine and caught real big ones-- out of the rocking chairs." Hard Question "Carry yer bag, sir ?" asked an eager urchin of a man on 42nd street, hurry- ing toward the Grand Central Station. "No, thanks," replied the man, short- Little ,May--M.ther, is tile lnade ~f rllbber? Mother--Why, no, my dear. do you ask ? Little May--I hpard Uncle J0 he's a bouncing boy. We All Know Him Jack--"\Vhat kind of a re] Blinks ?" Bill--"Well, he is one of the lows who always grab the st~ there is a piano to be moved. gon Lemin Punch. Fair Enuf Cop--"Hey! Where are you lY',,I,I1 Don't you know this is a carry it all the way for a dime," street ?" persisted the lad. , , Stranger (in his flivver)--"gg~ "I tell you I don t want it carried r,, only going One way, ain't I ?" retorted the man. _~_. "Don't yer?" Learning By Degrees "No, I don't !" Foreman--"Yes, I'll give ye "Then what are you carrying it for ?" sweepin' and keepin' the place., --The Continent. "But I'm a college graduate. .... "Well, then, maybe ve bette A Hope Diamond on somethin' simpler."--Life, Ne Liza--"Dat certainly is a beautiful CATALINA HAROWARE COMPANisengagen'entdat dianmond?"ring" nigger. What size, Ah, There's the Rib! Rastus (looking at the other fellow's 'Fingers were made before ring)--"Dat am de twenty-year instal- she chirruped, preparing to go mat with the chicken. ~, 0=, merit size, Liza, dear'" " "Adam was made before /e'~,~ll! --"---~-~-----'- retorted, gallantly serving hit~se1[,llll Everybody's Doing It of the wh{te meat. 11 Several traveling men in a Chicago ~ |[ Fi,: 9 o 7A O I hotel were one day boasting of the Deceptive li~il business (lone by their respective firms, Young Wife--"If this is an ~J,'|[ when one of the drummers said: " . ,~ rug, why ~s ~t labeled 'cotton ...|] "No house in the country, I am Shop" Assistant (confidenttll proud to say', has more men and wo- "That, madame, is to deceil] I men pushing its line of goods thau moths !"--London Mail. |:] nline." "What do yon sell ?" he was asked. Catalina will give you th 1 annel "Baby carriages," said the drummer, as he tted. your life. Come to Catalina. Housebreaker (to householder)-- Subscribe now--S2 per year. 11 ~ ~~lSnlh ~I "Hide hie, lf I'nlfound, l'mlostl"-- ' Indefinitely Postp?ned V~a~, I'~ "ID, Ico W/k~. ~-I "Johnny,' said his aunt, 'did you en- ~'A jOYdav ?"the book [ sent you on your birth- ] DOM.6,'~Nh-'~PA~:~'RGP~,o..E PU6Lt,~AER.WO. C~k)V.e~4 ~.g'~lJ all'ain't looked at it yet." ] LOI)GE BIx,'K~R~, I~D1$' AlyJ "\Vhy, how is that ?" I S~LE6, )kklO ~o0 Ot4, Akl~ G-IT .,~ " 'Cause ma said l'd have to wash my hands when I read it."~-Canadian Pa- "f14&14K6 FEN. rt" MEr'It-IER.~W~ I er, quoted by boston I ranscmpt. ~ Ud~S ~14~ ~4/~. ~ Ol'~Jl ~~ You can Buy at any Keen Retort " DOM#,,'~/Ot4,~ t~ (~eo~ 12tV-e 1~~ ~ :ice. We have .1 Gt'.est--"~Vaiter, this steak is like ~ .,I~,IDM, ,t~o~ t p 1 leatlier and this knife is dull." Waiter--"Strop the knifeon the steak."--Michigan Gargoyle. ~1/ ~ ;s;iiat ........ I In Three Generations Teacher---"Jimmie, define and give an example of heredity." [immie--"It means" that--that--that if \'ore" grandfather didn't have no chil- dren, 3'our father wouldn't have none neither, and neither would you."--Nash rifle Tennessecan. S Willis--"You know that excuse you told me to spring on the boss when I was late this morning?" "l " " " ' G~ hs--Yes. I saul ~t was a sure- O~ 'tie "~uylageln "valou: fire excuse.Wasn't it ?" 116 S Hotel Willis--"It was. He sure fired me." --Life. Renew your subscri0tion to The Catalina Islander, $2 per year.