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PAGET VELVE B KLEAR FRONT KITCHEN CABINET In this beautiful model we believe the pinnacle of kitchen cabinet beauty, convenience and serviceability is reached. Women, the world over, base their judgment of the kitchen cabinet convenience upon the nationally advertised Seller's Features, a few of which are listed below: Automatic Lowering Flour Bin Automatic Base Shelf Extender Silverware Drawer Guaranteed Porcellron Work Table Glass Drawer Pulls "THE BEST SERVANT IN YOUR HOUSE" Refined Crude E~/pediency A man in Kentucky once dropped across an oht negro who was fishing with a rod and line in a pool of water in the middle of the road. He ap- proached him and said: "You won"t catch any fish there Jake." "Ah know that, boss." "Why that% only a pool of water left there by the rain this morning." "Ah know that, too, boss." "Then what are you fishing there for ?" "Well, it's like dis, boss. I'se Ns' showin' my old 'oman dat I ain't got no time to tu'n de wringeh/' "The modern housewife doesn't 'jaw' her husband any more," says an east- ern editorial writer. No. She sends a postcard to the broadcasting station and then serves her husband's meals while the radio is giving him a lot of information about the latest Paris styles. Who Told You That? "The number of people run down in the streets grows greater and greater every day. How long is this state of affairs going to last?" "Oh, it can't last forever. The mo- torists are bound to finish up the sup- ply of pedestrians sooner or later."-- The Evening News. i There i$ a .Small matter which Some of our readers Seem to overlook at timeS. We are a little Shy in refer- ring to SubScription accountS. How iS your SubScription ? Fifty-two Cata- lina ISlanderS for two dollarS. Send it Soon. ThankS. " Then and Now CATALINA HARDWARE COMPANY "\Vhen we canle to Catalina on our "honeymoon, George used to kiss me ~' " 2 every rune he hmded a fish, exclam- ed the mother of two grown daughters !ast week. . . . ' " ~ side the three mile limit, and he takes a drink," replied the youngest of the daughters. ?xr I .,obody says anvthmtz about the fish having hoof and month &sease. Fooling the Fish I First Angler--"Yon want to keel) your eyes closed when you are out on tile ocean." Second Angler--"What for?" First Angler--"So that the fish will think you are asleep, and theyll grab your bait." An editor was dying, but when the l/1 1dctr bent vet' placed his ear n his, ~~ ~/~' breast, and said, "leer man. Circu- lation ahnost gone!" the dying editor shouted: "You're a liar! \Ve have the largest circulation in the country."-- Kal)legram. 'Now, after taking your Elixir of " " Life for the past twenty years, I am still on mv death bed," writes a nmn who had ;oecn solicited for a patent medicine testimonial. If a man has sunshine in his soul, Ihe dOesn't need nlOOnshine in his stomach,--Port Arthur News. No Live Bait Visitor--"They say that Jimmy is a . . ( '~ classy performer with a fishing re 1. Tuna Club Member---'Tll say so! When he puts a bait in the water it usually gets scared and climbs back up the line." It is a little too early, however, to plan the expenditure of the money l-lLYWUUtJ taxes.--Medford (Ore.) Mail Tribune. Everything Went Overboard ~~:Ou tl~q! :~t e2n~;; !i: "I ju,,st found this little bottle of 116 S Hotel pellets! exclaimed a little boy on the sand near the pleasure pier. "Throw it back in the water," shout- ed the mother. "Someone who was seasick must have lost them." THE CATALINA ISLA THE REASON J First Neighbor--You berrowed victrola last night. How didn't hear any music? Second Neighbor--That'S borrowed It. My husband good night's resl;. The Moral Is Plain. "I can't give you a kiss," Said. modest Anna Dunn! "But there's no law against Your stealing one." At 'Era General Jim Bates says that he like~, erals who say "Come on, boySt not "Go on, boys." Keep Him Busy "Bones is a fish hog!" Simpson. "Oh, I don't know. While fighting fish he isn't drinking or eating food. He can only hands do one thing at a plied Bones' friend. Tommy--"Dad, what is egot'! Father--"It's a mental makes a man think that he more than anybody else. He he knows so nmch, he hasn't do anything." Head of the Class! When the class was asked to an essay on "Kings," one boY in the following: "The most p0 king on earth is Wor-king; thet' Shir-king; one of the wors, king; th'e wittiest, Jo-kiug; the est, Thin-king; the thirstiest, king; the slyest, "Win-king; aO' noiscst, "Pal-king." '*Rope 'Era, Tex." "\Vhere are you going witll sixty-thread line ?" "Fishing !" M~ster, you am t a angle ,, a cowboy !" Subscribe now--S2 per year M[CKIE SAYS-- I W~,LE '~e ooe, Bl~" OaL.~ ~ l t, lcs pace, ssEua ! {V41~14 FOLKS DASHIM' OP ] oAO FORXq Aas. u.