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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINAIS l or a rlTore ctive Garden USe------- Loma is a rich, concentrated, carefully prepared combination of nit- rates, phosphates and potash, for lawns, gardens and shrubs. With potted plants, best results will be secured by using Loma once a month. Scqtter around the plant at the rate of one teaspoonful of Loma for each quart of soil; then wet thoroly. For flower'beds use two or three handfuls of Loma for a spot three fe~t by three feet; work in with a rake; then wet down thoroly. Loma comes in convenient small cartons and larger sacks. NA HARDWARE COMPANY 'HOME HARDWARE NEEDS' PHONE 400 125 METROPOLE AVE. O Jantz~ "1 ] - [] Refine d Cru de A Bit Thin "I've never seen anyone so thin as Flanagan," said Pat. "I'm thin, Mike, and you're thin, but he's as thin as the two of us put together.'--B. O. P. Give Him His Diploma Medical Professor : "What would you do in the case of a person eating poisonous mushrooms ?" Student: "Recommend a change of diet."---Watchman-Examiner (Baptist) Romantic girl, at the' seaside: "When I come out to the front after dinner and gaze at the moonlit sea I feel too full for words!" Practical youth: "t~'m! You wouldn't feel like it if you stayed at our boarding- house."--Fishing Gazette. Fifty-Fifty Husband: "How is the potrol tank, (tear ?" Wife : "Well, the indicator says 'Half,' but i don't know whether it means half-full or half-empty."--B. O.P. Farmer : "You're trespas~ng here. How dare you catch nay fisl~ without permission ?" Angler : "I'm not catching your fish; I'm feeding 'era. I haven't land- ed one, and I've used up ",ell my bait." --Fishing Gazette. Asked if he had made any progress in the understanding of F..instein's the ory of relativity, a student replied, "About as much progress, sir, as might be made by a blind man in a dark room looking for a black cat that isn't th,ere."--Fishing Gazette. A joyous event had taken place in the home of the fihn-producer. "Here is the son and heir, sir," said the nurse, smiling coyly. The producer gave it a perfurctory glance. "Sorry," he said absently, "not quit.e the typeF'--Tatler. A poet went to stay at an inn. One morning he rang the bell of his bed- room. "Boy," he said, "have you seen anything of my laundry?" "Your laundry," said the boy in as- tonishment. "Why, you've only had one shirt since you've been here." "That," said the poet with over- whelming dignity. "that is the on,e to which 1 refer."--Magazine Program. On one occasion, in the old Theatre Roval, l)ublin, one of the "gods" made hin'lse~f particularly obnoxious tc) his fellows. hnmediateh, thore arose the cry of "Throw him over!" In answer to this kind suggestion a gentleman of an evidently economical turn of mind shouted back, in tones of anxiety :- "Hold on! Don't waste him! Kill a fiddler wid him!"--Magazin~ Program. Wee Jock wore his father's clothes, which his mother cut down for him as Page the Tax Dr. Fred Perske, at Country Club tells this one ster and his mother Catalina Terminal last to Ava!on. Admiring the boy asked : "Moth;'r, building ? .... Mr. Wrri mother. "Well, who ownS are going- on ?" Again l),l,ied, "Mr. Wrigley." alon lhe young hopet beautiful Casino, the Catalina Country Club, t tomed boats, the sight-s' biles, etc., and the ownership was ahvays the Wrigley.' ' "But who owns the oceatl! ed the boy. "Why, I suppose God ocean." "Gee, I'll bet M'r. aro good friends Does pay income tax for owning mother?" Curtain. Islander telephone is now MICKIE AAR. ~,U$II, IESSMAbl, I ",/OU GOT "ll-.tE ~Pf~/^ Effective Feb. 1, Steamers sail tro~a mington at I0:00 best she could. As he was putting on a jacket which had been cut down and 3:30 p. m. on --featuring the new SHOULDAIRE for ladies and misses, from an overcoat he b ogan to grum- a.days;m. Sundays at ble. , ~, An exclusive Jantzen low-back that you will like. Priced at "What s the matter.' asked his fa- Steamers sail fro# $5.00 said $5.50. the'rwhy," said Jock "this pocket ain't4aln:00 8:00on weeka" ~" got no bottom to it'." and Sundays. ther; "that's a buttonhole."--Pearson's Beach and Pasad~s' ~-~ ~ Weekly. 0 netting wkh stearacrs" --: :-------" Parlor Car service ~'-~"~g bathlngtm~vJ~ South American telephone service i~ from Los Angeles. SeJ -~-.---.--- now availab!e between any of the 20,- (,Wilmington TranSP: I to change schedule ~ 000,000 telephones in the United States Company reserves the and all the telephones in the Argen- notice). HEYWOOD,S tine Republic, and in the cities of San-attd Montevideo, Uruguay, Vice pJ'. N. Stewsrt.;ttr~ tiago, Chile, Los A:;S'le~ ,.o..-.' between tho hours of 6 a.m. and 2 p.m., Pacific time. The rate from all points in California to points in the province 1111 Avenue OpposR Atwmt Hot of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is $48.00, a Ill for the first three minutes, and *16.00 Ina~'l'~ork t.% for ,~ach additional minute.