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PAGE TWELVE [l '1t acups and Saucers, each Thin Tumblers -- - 5 each Kitchen Tools - - 6c each and Refined Crude Hers or His Mrs. Brown was particularly fond of reminding her husband that the silver was hers, the furniture was hers, the piano was hers, and so on, until poor Bro~vn wished he hadn't married a girl with money. One night Mrs. Brown awoke and heard strange voices in the lower part of the house. Punching her husband in the ribs, she cried:. "John, get up! There are burglars downstairs !" "Eh?" inquired Brown, sleepily. "Burglars downstairs!" shrieked his wife. "Bnrglars ?" said Brown, as he turned over. "Well, let 'em burgle! There's nothing of mine there!" Frosh--Waiter, I ordered an egg sandwich and you brought me a chick- en sandwich. Waiter--Yes, sir; I was a little late calling for your order.--Pittsburg Pitt Panther. Fire and.Water "'A burnt child dreads the fire,'" read the teacher. Now, who can give me a sentence different in wording but THE CATALINA ISLA A HANDICAP / "Well, It's not a handy Ju,~t now." Business is Business "Business is business," but men, Loving and working, dr* Toiling with pencil or Roistering, planning, "Business is business," but Whose business has smother His faith in men and the His love for a friend meaning the same thing?" "Business is business," but There was silence fo}" a while, then a Though we're all in the Wdd little fellow piped up : "Please, teach- it, e nes ay er, a washed child dreads the water." Let's rest sometimes from ---~-~- ----~-- strife-- .-~t~ Zh d F'id swordfish"I have a good chance to land atodav ?" And try to be friends a rn', . .,o' urs ay, r ay What time are the,,' going to raffle Lets seek to be comrades " it off ?" " then, ,u~ d S d " And. slip .frm our. golden,, t t~'~,w. an atur ay ~o Trouble at All Business IS business, btl "Now," said the film producer, "you men, e# hook the swordfish and fight it till it's And we're all good pals tog .~ CAIALINA COMPANY almost dead, and wellcome alongside --BertonBr~ and take a final close-up just as your boatman is gaffing the fish." Casey (after Riley has f allc0 "But supposing the line breaks?" stories)--Are vez dead, pat: "Then you'll have to do it all over Riley---Oi ai{1. again." Casey--Shure, yer such a "1 don't know whither to belave r ~ Two Scots were fishing,but were not. -"~a new at the game. Riley--Shure, thot proves .O,. ~OH~[ :~1::2::::~~|~ ~ .... GOt a bite yet, Jock.~" "Ye wudn't dare call lne a [t~1 "Naw," said Jock, "[ don't believe wur aloive!--New York Worl' my worm's half trying."--Panther. All Over "1 Laying or Lying? Cannibal Prince (rushing in) ' Little Mike was telling his little east- late for dinner ?" I ern friend about his California visit, Cannibal King--"Yep, every and about Santa Catalina, with its eaten."--Dry Goods Economist' Shoes wonderful glass-bottomed boats where- in you float over rose-colored coralRenew your subscription to reefs and watch the gorgeous fish Catalina Islander, $2 per Ye~r' swimming in the crystal water thirty or,forty ieet below. 'Yep,' Mike concluded, we could see MICKIE SAYS-" ~/A:I~I 'l:iv~?~ NO~ :L~ii: Ithe fish jnst as plain' laying n the bottom of the ocean." r r~r~lo', VId'lol~' i Illl~ ~f]l~ h "Lying, dear," corrected one of the v,.,.,, ,.,,,,.,,.,-,: ,,~ ,~v-,~ROW "1"1-t1~o blt~Wf~a.PEIZ "Y ladies present. "I aint neither," said little Mike; LQ'~.~ K/~eolER BUY IT WO "It's the Gospel trutht"---Typogram. LOOK M~AI~ ~O GOOD0~ All Sizes. $2.50 "What ar~ o0 ._C~D. OUR. tDEAR "A themometer." . jVL~E. EMIt.N tc~SI2~ OF "\Vhy? You won't need a themo- ~T ~lk"l OODRI4/~ meter until summer." ~ B@~T ~ KIM "They're always lower in winter."-- Phoenix. HOPE! AND HOPE! i "Is there no hope for my hnsbaml?'" "Go on, madam; ...." "Is there no hope, doctor; is there no hope ~" "That depends, madame, on what you are hoping for," said the doctor, I I reac i. at-- i mo d Times-Dispatch. 'Faith, Mrs. O'Hara, how dye till thim twins ap~rt?' 'Aw, tis aisy--I r sticks me finger in Dinnis mouth, an' $2 00 $2 2,5 if he bites I know it's Moike."--Har- yard Lanlpoon. EYWOOD'S I I Editor Shows 'Era Advertising Pays To convince local merchants of the ......... advertising value of his newspaper, J. The Best Reason for Buying in Avalon W. Vincent, editor of the Reveille, 116 Sumner Avenue, Opposite Atwater Hotel Lynn Creek, Mo., recently added a stock of merchandise to his printing Around the Corner--But is Pays to Walk. plant. He advertised the stock in his paper, and now has the leading gen- eral store in town.