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May 14, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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May 14, 1924

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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA ISL! Crude THz REAaON t II I II J| k, evCo,, oleu, ! II ~1 ~ J.~,~| ,.,~M-~ cleatt,, ad,~mpmop As merheard at a recent l)artv: ~) The dance has started.' "Co1~m on worm, let's wi.agle."---\Veekly Bnlletin. ls Prohibition Still On? "Yes, sir," replied the enthusiastic angler, "I broke my rod when that '! fish leaped out of the water and into the boat. And I w.a~ surprised to find First -21g r~o b'~or that the fish had died when it made its last leap !" hbo t;l|l~ "How long had it been dead ?" vi~l;oS;a Nae~gthbn~ghtY ttbo~rr -- OU t'IVE II ~ I P G S "It must have been a qeaping' tuna." didn't hear any musle~ ~Z.~t"vt said Captain Jack. Second eN ighbor--That'~ ..~ borrowe(~usbaad ~1 "That boy looks like a musical sortgQoa nigh? rest. - ~"~ i I of tish." " "Yes he's a piano tuna."--Penn State Froth -A. Ribs o: K. | | Th~file he. Wys~l 1 The Idea Was Good, But-- ing the nmst of the cru)SC[A,| That was a good one Jim Heuston last wee "Bok b" Jmnp slip, p e~ asked his wife to suggest a vacation the~iand~e~'e~| II Congo! um deck breaking two ribs.. W~Y' T ow,'Chwhe"ll[ m ~l that they both would enjoy. Afteroki btrhe2a~-~ngpi~ ~ :icb2s ~1 e .nWt, 13~] ,q she had suggested the mountains, New,a,b i~ "T York, Watts and several other places that she thought would do, James sug- reply "~ ; not those ~ I'larr boat'"' ._ II I[ Kll 1Lark ..,te~ ,o,. ,,,,,. Now, she don't -- -/'--" ht~ $1S1 speak to hinl! -- Broad Bi~,~_~1 .~lt~ All Set >~)d you vin your #'II[Owfi ~~'m your ~"~I i~~u , 111l 1 have opened ,by cider-mill at 68 fir~,?" - . ~e,~l Jll.~~' Lake street and am read to run.-- va_~t a "-" Charles Good.--Notice in the Le Ray (N. Y.) Gazette Not Tasty Enough 11 ~2~g} Second-Hand Wins TI~er of,,~li~l ~)"! om A young physician was buying fur- pol~ntly."~';|I and niture for the equipment of his once. on t~~eturn.ila~[ t~vc~ Thc saleslnan rackedhis brain to think nscri~g!ing~41 i~g of something else to sell him. he ~~~'ng le~ ~ sv]. He had sohl almost everythiug thatsten~"r." v~;41 241~ was appropriate or necessary when he th~n ba le to use tlac []] "~u ~eript you have submitted to{ had a happy thonght, weil~e~,t..t~0{~l~ei,o.o, h .x in the A~ IH!I" @da,~, claimed. "You need a doormat." ' " ' "Not a new one," said the young doctor. "I'11 get that at a second-hand "~'~,]|~ [f a la0, | lo~ store, a worn one will be rnnch bet- "_2f;:lll >' lated water .,croi |ll la, ter advertisement for me."--Dittsburgba~~iP, P[~|ll w~ Sun. " g. %, w, ter-~acks wh~'~,ll "' Vince--Vhy do they call him Tuna*?. cong~~e,~hi0~ll .i \Vince--That is short for 'Poor Fish,' ph~ nh ology (t;"|~l|[[ (t~ I I I think. Mabel--"Why is Avalon so popular Complete Business O~tt~t,lll with the yachtmen?' FIRST CLASS hound dog, 2,":if// " Bob--"Because the ocean is so close sausage cooking pot (37 ga'~'#~/| C to the shore." to 525 S. Fifth street.--"For a Ye--Amemer~ily in the Camden Post-Telegram' ~// h Gibb--Does Grind take any interest ~ .0,i~sII 1 "For Rent" and "For Sale" s,~| 1[ , in society ? Gabb--No, he supplies the cash and on sale at Windle's News St~'[// : "With all due difference nay boy, I ' ~tlIN IA~ |~o"'~~#~It~AtM~r,-~q really think our English custom at the telephone is better than saying 'Hello]' ~ ~ .~t~..O~gt0.S' ~4~ It as you do." I ~ I1~ lk M~I~ ~1~'I II "What do you say in England ?" I " "~t~ 14~$1.~. ~,71~,/I II "We say: 'Are you there ?' Then, of course, if you are not there, there is[ OIa OOkl~'l,,tlMa$~ AI)4Y !I II no use in going on with the convresa- ? ~e.~l@~.~T ~... I)4 ~0~ t~ [I tion."--The Sontinent (Chicago>. i 71 II --All the 1923 records of the The stork delivered a fine baby boy ~*41N%~tO..k)OJi I1 to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bnzzard one ~ /ill--~ Major and Minor League (lay last week.--The Nicholas Chroni- icle (Summerville, W. Va.). I II Clubs with the revised 1924 II Heat Here and There l [)laying rules. "['his [)ook USU- "A specialty of Florence, Italy, is doughnuts fried on the sidewalk."-- I alll; sells at 10c a copy, ,)ut we I Paul Popenoe, in Good Health, quoted by the Literary Digest. a~ e a limited number that we l~irc "Some hot, Mr. Popenoe. It gets so hot here in sunnner we have to feed going to give free. VOU the chickens cracked ice to keep them fromlaying hard-boiled eggs, but Flor- Come in and get yours, ence takes the bun. Yours for cooler weather, D. Reid, Globe, Arizona." HEYWOOD ,,,,, Boy-"De man in room seben has done hang hisself !" The Best Reason ~or Buying in Avalon Hotel Clerk--"Hanged himself? Did 116 Sumner Avenue, Opposite Atwater Hotel you cut him down ?" Hall Boy--"No, sah!He ain't dead Around the Corner--But is Pays to Walk. yet !'--Life. O{4AI~~ Subscribe now--S2 per year. o.PO~,'t~~