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July 23, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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July 23, 1924

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PAGE TWELVE ON, WHY BE BOTHERED WITH THESE PESTS???????? WHEN FORoNcEBEA NOMINALRIDANDOFFoRTHEMCOSTALL YOU CAN , THE CATALINA Refined Crude i Not Talking To Us! During the recent visit of the Southern California Editorial .Asso- ciation to Catalina Island one of the editors said."There are few edi- tors in this workl who get anything do in their communities. I'd like allve."t get a few flowers while I'm I ~ To which one of his fellow scrib- C -~..~W'-~'~"~" z~t ~'.~l es replied : "Oh, I'm not particular .If~ .~}~~ ({~ about getting the flowers now. What I need is subscription and ad- readers flowers with the ~ ; money they owe for the newspa- per." No Danger Coal Merchant--"Quick! Quick[ t~r My coal-yard's afire[" Fireman--"Oh, is it? Well, if -~ the stuff be the same as you sold II me t'other day, there ain'tno 'ur- " ry. ---London Humorist. ~lil Hard Boiled Ignorance "Why, 1 never heard of any one catching such big fish on light tackle ;" exclaimed a doubtful young lady at the St. Catherine. United States Goverment Formula To which the angler replied, in ~~ those famous words of Leonard ]3a-Seasickness a Thin. Of t~l~ Rids the House of Ants Within Six Hours norance,Cn: " 'IhoweverCannOtvast,allOWto offsetYur myig- The day when a cross'C~ab~l{~ A Non-Poisonous and Perfect Exterminator knowledge, however sma|l'; but, ney or a long w~yage wl!_ ~lUtk Madam, I did land that fish on real delight rather than (t~o}:l~[tl light t~ckle." distressingly trying discta,~'#l~l[ -- hand, comments the westmW" ~1 il Special Showing This Week Wakeful Feature zette. _IISI~#I~[ Mother : "Is daddy asleep ?" Engineering has aeeomg ,~jtlll, CATALINA COMP/INY t~ettv: "Yes, mother--all except by thepePt, eetlonofwbatlt~;'.,] his nose."--London Humorist. the gyroscope stabilizer, t ~, which, in this country, has ;'~l What Could He Have Said strutted by the Metropllt~ It is hard for a batchelor to say glectrical company at the~_ioql3] the right thing at the right time. r TP*ilt For instance, when Whitford Kane,Park works, Mancheste sit'lilt who is acting in "The Outsider" ner in which the gyroscpet~|l D ~ saw a n,arried friend she told him a ship is simple. If s -s~]lil i ,lle for the about her little boy., along and seeks to push the~:,,, m "And ,to you know,' she hub- in one direction the gyroS 5 bled, "that he grows more like hispushes it back exerthlg ~_; 011 }l ' " to tl~P~ . . father every day." force directly opposite P"lll what dubiously, "and have you tried everything?"--Mercury Entitled to peace. ,~P! 1, "\Vell, Senator Iqubdub is back announced the tourist, di.~l;~.~I u " s in a home looking after his political lecturing for the benefit o~ ]'i00~ ! ~.he t*" 11 I fences. "From yon grim portals L-.clg i ] ff~ "I suppose that will be a relieftered. Yonder sat Aiega~;*J ] WARM, ALL WOOL from his usual hedging." --Louis- Great to supervise the conlb;;~'i' ville Courier-Journal. "Don't display your ign~;~1 JANTZENI torted better half. "AleX'S'- , I Not His Party Great was never In Rome." / Mr. Mulligan was lying upon his death-bed. Mrs. Mulligan was "He was." , / seated at his side, giving what small "He was not.' consolation she couht offer in the 'file husband subsided. 't ~v~ circumstances. "All right, my dear, I wll;O~lle1 BATHING SUIT ~"Sure, Mike,"shesald,"isthereyou. Thlsarenahassee~etw-1Margaret, me darhnt, .aid he, A innything I cud do fer yez before ties." yuh lave as?" "I think I smell ihe odor of roast- /// A S,.ci. J..,._. =,.o0..x,.,...o;: ,._ in' pork. I belave I cud eat a bit heiplng m,,ther dry dlshe' Id~'4 ( ~l construction prevents One evening after I ha~ tl~ of it.,, ;o rea my story hook i I can't cut into that pork roast. I had left off--about the ml~2tdlI-~i~ We're savin' it for the wake."-- book. Soon I fell asleeP. I u(ge~l~ Everybody's Magazine. of a slrange story, somethl g j~to~ one I was reading. I dres~=~51 Another "Poor Fish' end of tile story. The next What want to know ,s 1 .nished my hook, fou. "; fl a bass or a tuning fork?" asked actly as my dream had hee 00r! one of the nmsicians at practice ended the sameway.---Chlcag~" 1 the other day. __._.___~ i I $2~ -$4150 $5~JU I''Yu'renei'therabass'hOk'frk Cement fr China and Gl~l I[~' or anything but a bunch a wind, A cement for melldlng brg~;lll~! _;fl you poor fish [" retorted one of the man's friends, who happened to be and glassware may be made a';'~l thinking about angling. Mix a cupful of milk with ~.a~r~l o, vinegar, then separate the %11 Second Man Wins the whey and ,nix the wheY Yf~! H E Y W O 0 D' S Hotel C}erk: "Why, how did you whites of five eggs. beati.g t,:~! get here?' thoroughly t,,geth r Whe, ~ $1 Hard Egg: "I just blew in from mixed sift In a little 0"'t~;ll Montana with a bunch of cattle." The Beat R.son l:or Buying ;. Av'lo. Hotel Clerk: "Well, where are stlr until the mixture is Ofe;'lfI 116 Sunmer Avenue, Opposite Atwater Hotel the rest of them ?' slstency of thick paste. CeweW : I Hard Egg: "Down at the stock- tn this way dries quickly. Around the Corner--But is Pays to Walk. ade. I ain't as particular as they are."--Yellow Jacket. Watch the world come to