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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA ISLA THE LATEST COLOR COMBINATION IN Refined Crude Forcing the Luck First Golfer--"I thought you couhln't turn up this afternoon." Second Golfer--"It was a very near thing, my boy. I tossed up to see if I should go to the office or come here; and believe me, it took five spins before it came right." CONTRADICTORY - t X bate you and I love you-'4~ is my dear. And what's the use of lYl~gB good would lying do? The truth was what I told yO~ ever hard to hear, So let the hurt pass over a#l and hear me through. I hate you for the laughter thai@ how took away bi$ The happiness I had once l~ myself; witl~ d My books are all unopened, lag more to say-- #$ Shelley and Keats are quiet Pearson's Weekly.__ - upon a shelf. Harmless I hate you for outshining w~zSt~.]~ Diner (angrily to waiter)--"You- so much to me-- . ~ v| You envied even the Sile~O~ Cf 've spilled that soup all over my made it speak your nat~ ',~ coat." And I can only wonder at h~' "l \Vaiter--"h's all right, sir, I things can be . . . $~ know the soup here; it never stains ty The world was not so emP "i after six o'clock."--Jack-o'-Lantern, before you came! A A hard-boiled son usually keeps the! bate you--bt~t I love yoU. ~J the truth's been told. . fOff][ LENDS ITSELF READILY TO ALL whole family in hot water. I would not be my old sel[ God's earth and seas; _, I~ INTERIOR DECORATIONS Absolutely Given Away SinCe I have met your eyes, de~" | Mildred--Have you heard that Jim's had your hands to bold. ll~1 wife has lost her mind ? WiLl you not let me hate you 111 '| ways like these? ~l ,,,n~ NOT,-c Frank--I don't doubt it. She's been --Leslie Nelson Jennln~gs.i, | giving him a piece of it each day for Stories, / the last ten years.---Fihn Fun. dl "I'll never marry a woman who is PIN THEIR FAITH TO ASP"! TO SEE THESE ATTP, ACTIVE .ARTICLES cleaverer than myself!" exclaimed the #! CONSISTING OF egotist. . In Lithuania th--e~Beautlful IVI* a "]'hen you will always remain a Is Believed to Bring the P~' I bachelor[" rdtorted the giddy young see=or Good Luok. DINING ROOM SETS thing. COMBINATION DAY BEDS No Offense, Judge Lithuania produces more tlaa~ t~ fourths of all the amber used 1~ A popular comedian was a witness in ROCKERS a suit for slander, and the opposing world. Amber in Lithuania Is sumed to hold magic powers to. lieve?"cunscl said: "You arc an actor, I be- off disease and danger, and It ~ ON D|SPLAY THIS WEE "Yes," replied the comedian, good luck stone par excellence,= "Is not that a low calling?" of northern Europe. Every brig% "I don't know; but it's so nmch bet- her bit of amber, every new-bOr~: ter than my father's that I am rather receives a piece, and Its prese~I lwoud of it." many forms In every household'. CATALINA HAR ~ WAR E COMPANYmaY:Bits "\Vhat,@iei ask,.,.as ?''''asa lawycr."--LondonYUr father's calling,Tit_ thefptencythe most humble, shows the tlvl:~amberBalticattachedlseountriesamOngtOtheandlt, fOlklnTheLltll~ tradeel~ ' E~ Charley--My wife is like an angel, has become a fine art. Clear Alla--Reallx:? Is more popular than the cl0U Charley--Yes. She's always up in which is so often seen here, and , the air fiarping on something, and she was known for centuries in pipe s~ I i never has anything to wear.--Fihn Fun. and umbrella hohters before the! eat vogue of stringing it into necgi Never Thought of That and girdles. A wealth of prettY'~| IDumb Dan--My, oh, my! I've got ends clusters about amber, ~| an awful cold in mv head. carvers and the good fairies ellte;.,~| '_l'l'tl th f ul Sue---V~ell, that's some- 9w'a story always bearing the renewed| thing. 8o much Interest attaches to ,p| 1 Iunior Partner: I don't think that that sortie of the folklore abOtlt *" ~ firm's sound, to be translated Into English. Senior Partner: What makes you think so?" " BILL. BOOSTER SAYS Ii Junior Partner: "Vell, vou never I hear them grumbling abou} how bad things are !"--London Mail. ~tq -- .O. The Easy Sex I ~ ~OkA~ PlEOPUE IM Wt-~t~ "I wonder why it is a girl can't catch "~X/aM ~0 ~lkr~' Nl~.Xl~.I~. ~ ALL a ball like a man." ~x~Tt~I~-D Y, JF~t4 hl4MX~.4Ild ' "Oh, a man is so much bigger and ~[O~ ,~tO ~41"~'~ ~-~4 ~ IS easter to catch. --I3aseball Magazine. GW "fa~ ~3~4~, ,-~4 ~ I, "Do you tell your wife everything?" ~:O~4~'T~ t.~ ~'~ *~-I~' "Everything I think someone else may tell her first."--Boston Transcript "\Vhat are you fishing for, son ?" #, "That big one you are going to tell K~qOC#g me you lost yesterday." Here's your chance to get a real a, Irish pilot had just boasted that he knew every rock on the coast when the ~htp struck one. Ah, he sad, "that's one of them." as low as $3.95 A colored preacher on being asked what he considered the greatest mira- cle in the Bible, said: "De greatest ob all miracles was 'bout the loaves and [EYWOOD:_S fishes. Dey wuz 5000 loaves and 2000 fishes, and de twelve apostles had to eat em all. De miracle is, dey didn t The Best Raason for Buying in Avalon bust. 116 Sumner Avenue, Opposite Atwater Hotel L Around the Corner--But is Pays to Walk. Renew your subscription to The I Catalina Islander, $2 per year.