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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA ISLA1 Relible SEEDS are essential to give your garden a good start. Labor-saving IMPLEMENTS make caring for it a pleasure. Your neighbors will admire a beautiful GARDEN. It is a sign of THRIFT. All it needs is GOOD CARE, with the RIGHT TOOLS. GARDEN SEEDS GRASS SEED HAND CULTIVATORS SPADES, HOES RAKES PRUNING TOOLS GARDEN HOSE WIRE FENCING Everything for PLANTING, GROWING and a GOOD HARVEST CATALINA HARDWARE COMPANY [] Refine, Crude NO BRAIN3 Impossible The shy curate was put next to the very (leaf duchess at dinner, and she wis]led to be gracious. "I didn't quite catch your name," she said. "Will you please tell me what it is ?" "Jinks, your (;race," answeredthe curate. "Just a little louder, please." "Jinks, your (;race," relleated the curate, raising his voice. "Fro awfully deaf," apolog4zedthe duchess. "Would you mind saying it just a little louder.;' "Jinks,your Grace," he ahnost yelled." "I'm sorry," said the duchess, giving it ut). "It sounds just like 'Jinks' to lile."--gxehange. The Usual Cause "Geor~e and [ had a terrihle quarrel last night over the observance of our golden wedding anniversarv." "That's too bad. How foil,,, have you been married now?" "Three days." "He Isn't 8 very I)rlgllt "No, he couldn't have without borrowing the JUST BEING HAPPY Just being happy Is a fine thing to do! Looking on the bright Rather than the blue; Sad or sunny nnlsing Is-largely in the And just being happy ls brave work and trtl( --Fruitvale Absolutely At a lecture, the speaker Safe vently: "He drove strgight to The train came to a grinding stop at He looked neither to the rigb a small town in the south and the the left, but 1)ressed forward head of a gentleman of color protrud- ed from a window at the eqd of a car. Seated bv his side could be seen a brown-'sk[nned maiden. "Does yo' know a culhut pusson by de name o' Jim l~rown what lives here ?" he asked of a station lounger. "Ain't ncvah heered o' no Jim Brown hyah an' :\ll ti,,ed in dis town fo' ten years." "Is yo' right suah dev ain't nevah been no Jim Brown aro(m' hyah ?" "lien," announced the arrival, reach- ing for a suitcase, "dis is whah his new son-in-law Kits off."--Exchange. Advice Rastus---An' who is yon ? Sanlbo--Nevah rain' who Ah is. P, et- tah be thinkin' 'bout who you was. Get to Work by a definite pnrpose. Neither nor foe couht delay him, nor from his course. All who path did so at their own peril. would you call such a man ?" "A truck driver!" shouted~ from the au(lience.--Forbes 3II A Turnover Scoutmaster--This oil stove ly smothered with oil. Are you l)Ut "This side up" on box ? Tenderfoot--Yes, sir, and so couldn't possibly be missed I the bottom, too !--April Preparedness Willie was under orders neve in swimnfing. And mother see that he obeyed. So one became suspicious. I fl "An' what's vour job arotmd here, "Willie, your clothes are young feller?" asked the farmer of an said. "You have been in the official in a big city railroad station, again." "Yes, mother. I went in t~ "I'm the train caller," answered that Charley Jones." ~ dignitary. "Well, call me one, then. I'm in a My noble darling! Did y00 J FI in after him?" annel . o, mother. I JUmlled in -- as to be there when he fell i The Start of It Youths' Companion. Makes the Best First Sister--I'm going to sell kisses at the charity ball tonight. Do you MICKIE SAYS--" think ten cents apiece is too much to Wearing charge for them ? ~~lG" SHIRq Second Sister--No. I guess not. Peo- 1)le expect to get cheated at these i:kl~Elt.~a, llql'l'14 ~4EIR. AO~C~OI charity affairs. ) (~i~II4F= ~ ~hk~a,L) "4012 "t141MK ~(1.4' WORLD WD'L Oh Golly! r ,~.4~ O0~-tqOWg! ~k)T AgT He--How do you like mv mustache ? RE.~D'~II~I '~N~f ~p~0D~4 l ' :r~:e:n::i::e :: She (demurely)--"Just f~etween YU ' Ok 14OMt= "TOV414 PAPE~", ~Ob ~HOt.~Ok~E ME and me, I like'it."--Ohio Sun Dial. . t~Tl5 a And He Did \ ~'~ SF-F_~$/ll