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JULY 20, 1927 E:{Y~ctive June 11, 1927 z' w DALLY '~r' . ilmington .... I0:00 a.m. ~'Vl ,~Va]on .............. 12:05 p.m. ~r~ ~l~On .............. 4:00 p.m. ~ Ummgton .... 6:00 p.m. ~.v y Except Sunday :::- 36;;;:= At. u~,v..llon ............ S :O0 a.m. NOt 'Vllmxngton 10" 15 a m 7:4~: Steamer leaves Avalon ,%~:',~. Sunday rnorning~ lal[ ~,~:,lU!y and August. arriv ]~ir~'Ummgton I0 a.m. |r~a'aC.Electric Trains to and ~d ~os Angeles Long Beach ste= Pasadena co'nnectin with -~l~ers. , g Transportation reserves the righ: schedule without PENDEGAST at Law Exchange Buildi.g So, SPRING ST. Phone VAndike 9484 WINDLE ,V PUBLIC ~ldl~Ell Documents ~Dtly I[xecuted ,Opp. Boos Bros. ~teterta ! PIPES! Suit Every Smoker Requisites of Every Iscription %' a full line of Fan- wltich we are pre- ]P Or mail for you. prices prevailing ISLANDER LOS ANGELES APERS HERE DAY ~i~es for Everybody :tlS "'------- '" and Souvenir Books I. he latest NEWS STAND Boos Brs. C. I. Co.'s Office the fish the Instant he , Red Head Enamel. KEEP FISHIN' Hi Somers was th~ durndest cuss Fer ketchin' fish--he sure was great! He never used to make no fnss About the kind of l,olc cr bait, Er weather, neither; he'd just say, "[ ~ot t, ketch a mess today." An' to~-ards the crt, ck you'd set' him slide, A-whistlin' soft and x:alkin' x~idc. 1 sitvcs one day to i-ti. says 1 "How d,, yc>u always ketch 'cm. lti ?" He g'ivc his bait iu)othcr swish in An' chucklin', says. "1 jest ktvp fishhf ." Hi took to rcadin law :.tt night An', pretty SOOll, th,c first wc kn(,~cd, I-It had a la~sui.t, w,~,n his fight. An' was a lawyer! 1'11 be blowed! He kuowcd more" law than Sqttirc Me- Knab ! An' tho he had no "gift (,' gab" To brag about, N,,IILeIIo~A hi" lila(t( A sober sort oi talk that played The mischief with the other side. One day when someone asked if Hi'd Explain how l~.:d got in coudishin', He laughed an' said. "1 jest kept fishin' !" Well, Hi is (;o,'nol" S,,mc,'s .ow. .X. big man 'round the State, vuu bet ! To me tht. sanxe ohl Hi sonlehow, The same old chantpeen fisher yet. It wa'nt so nmeh the. bait cr pole. It wa'nt so, much tile fishin' bole, That won for Hi his big success: 'Twas jest his fishin' on, I guess. A cheerful, sliddy, hopeful kiud Of keepin' :it it--,l,.,n't bou mind ? An' that is why I can't help wishin' That more of us would just keep lishin'! --R. C. Rose fAd I, ib) THI~ CATALINA 18LANDER MISSION PLAY TICKETS HALF PRICE FOR READERS The Catalina islander has secured a very liberal arrangement f,,r its readers with ttl,c management of the new Mis- sion Playhouse at Ohl Salt Gabriel during rite sumnter sessit,n of John Steven McGroarty'sSiXtcell years old world-fanlous California drama. Readers of The Catalina Islau&~r may see this ever popular productiotL in its ,tow home at half the regular price durin~ tile ntonths of June and July by urcsentine the special Identi- fication Card coup,,n printed below THE MISSION PLAY New Mission Playhouse t:y John Stench Mct;r,,art.x San Gabriel, Catif,,rnia. IDENTIFICATION CARD Catalina Islander This identification card when pr,:- sented at the Mission Playhousr bo~ officc will entitle the hohtcr to ally seat on the main floor of the theatre at half the regular price, duriug Jutu- attd July. Norman .