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PAGE TWELVE - THE CATALINA ISLAND I 1 Greater Economy Greater Efficiency Greater Reliability at lower" first cost. $99.50 to $169.50 IIATA.L/NA--ffAR-N OMPANY , --a new and better shade in a featured shirt. Beautiful broadcloth, fast colors and a perfect fitting collar that will never shrink makes the H Arrow TRUMP at $1.95 ;n outstanding value. |l HEYWOOD'S [ Symbol for Service CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH ~~ ROY E. MOTE .............................. Manager Refined rude Publicity A daily newspaper in Nice recently contained the following advertisement: "Millionaire, young, good-looking, wishes to meet, with a view to mar- riage, a girl like the heroine in M--'s novel." No Goodwill There Oldtimer: "What do you have no good will for this "Just this : You haven't kind word about any of your ers and you have been trying me the store for the last two Poverty is often just a state 0{j created by a neighbor's new cific Mutual News. Unbiased Woman (about to attend Within 24 hours the novel in ques- meeting): "I'm not prejudiced tion was sold out.--F, xchange. ~. I'm going with a perfectly .__ unbiased mind to listen to w They were having a musical evening,convinced is pure rubbish !"-t and the hostess asked the celebrated basso to sing another song. "I'm Teacher: "Explain the line 0f afraid it's too late," he replied. "I resistance'?" Bright Pupil: "A fishing line should disturb the people in the neigh- out any bait on it." boring house." "And a good thing, too," replied the - latty. "They poisoned our dog last]1 ' 1 TH week."--Fishing Gazette. ~ ~OOl It Might She was in Alaska looking over a [ l 80tL~g fox farm. After admiring a beautiful silver specitnen' she asked : "Just hwI IA~ U5 many times can the fox be skinned for his fur?" "Three times, madame," said the guide gravely. "Any more than that wuld spell his temper"'--Exchange"I ~~ Social Uplifter, (arrested thi~'d time for speeding): "Judge, your honor, I have always been a hard worker for the solution of the traffic problem." The Court: "Yes. From now on [ DO you want hot we- you may sell your automobile or hire ] tar when you need it a chauffeur. Drivers license suspend- ] and in sufficient quan- ed." I titv at minimum trou- [ ble and expense? If ,, Mother , [ so, let us install a sat- It's awful hard to get along thout [ isfactory boiler to stdt mother. ] your specific demands. It seems that everything goes wrong I If it's a repair we are 'thout mother. ] ready to render satis- 'Course, father does the best he can; ] faction. But then, you know, he's just a man,, C. W. CARSON An' don't know how to fix and plan- | like mother. [ Plum~ing, Heating & , , M,. Galbraith. [ Sheet Metal Work [ 117 Whittley Ave. 'This plant,' said the market gar- [ "Office Night Phones dener to fussy old lady, "belongs to the begonia family." [ Phi?ale' 42~1~!/ "I see," she replied; "how kind of you to look after it while they are away."--Quips. Haste Small Boy: "Please, doctor, come to our house quick." Doctor : "Why, who's ill?" Small Boy: "Everybody but me. ,I was a naughty boy, and they wouldn t let me have any of the mushrooms father brought home from the golf links."--Exchange. : One way to become acquainted with Any rum racketeer in the big cities ! fii0~V;~; i] 0 ~ i t[he peple wh live in Avaln is tl now~, is in the near-bier business.--Arkan- read the Catalina Islander. Subscribe sas Gazette. ~l-~ul ' Architect: Have you any sugges- d -Spr.ead HappTess tions for the study, Mr. Quickrich ?"' tire A~ 1, 193Z i Just three Qu~ckr~eh: '~Only that it must be 'EDff= brown. Great thinkers, I understand, " "y, Including sund~Y or wars are generally found in a brown study." From Avalon: 4:30 p'#' .~636AvalnBlvd" .|I t h i ngs we s ell------ I -Exchange'whom an optimist~owes money.--Ex. 6a.m.Arrive at WilmingtO'l':30 p.m. 0 [. WILMINGTON, CALIF. Sometimes a pessimist is a man to From Wihnington: 1 g Phone 1524 all hours ~ I ADVERTISING--To the merhants ] Note :--Afternoon sailing to OR SEE PETE ADARGO [ [ who believe in what they have to [ "Avalon EVERY SA'I~IJ~ - ..- . ..... : : : . -. : .- [ sell, and are anxious to get it be- [ , Candor DAY leaving Wilmingt | fore the largest number of local [ Judge: '[ cannot conceive a mean- 4:00 p.m., arriving AvalO~ er, tnore cowardly act than yours. You $1 to $2.50 a day~4.50 to $9 wk. ~ / readers. I 6:15 p.m. . have left your wife. Do you realize Consult bulletin board at Avalon pier fbr changes~ -.It._.----.-OTFi'J- LAMM[ | NEWS-- o the people who want ] that you area deserter?" sometimes made necessary [ to know what is going on in our ] Sam: "Judge, if you know'd dat by traffic. *0 50 % PRIVATE BATHS [ [ community, and want the facts [ lady as well as ah does, you wouldn't Pacific Electric tr.ains " 715 W. Sixth St., Los Angeles, Cal.| [ as they are, and not biased in [ ngee."--Exchange.Call me a deserter, Judge. I'se a ref- andparlorfrOmcarall servtceSteamerS'to ~ 'from Los Angeles. Seats 2.~ / any manner" I LEE FLANERY, Owner ] (Wilmington Transportatl~ ]PRINTING--To the business and [ Lasting Company re.serves the rigb! / to change schedule withotl~ | professional man who apprm:iates ]"l shot a sneeze into the air; notice). ] ' the value of GOOD PRINTING I ]t fell to eartl,, I know not where.' __ .L N. Stewart Canaries / 7Rdy.HIGH'GRADE STATION- But not long after I was told Vice-Pres. & Traffic Ngr" That twenty others had my cold!" l.os Aneetes. Calif. FOR SALE [ | And the Leaders in their | Mrs. Anna M. LoFavor [ [ Respective Lines: [ Catalina Island--the place where quietness and repose soothes ragged ISLANDcrme~tTEAAve.ROOM [[/[ Telephone 500. [/ nerves and renews health and happi- In All World : hess.