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TWZLVr- m |1 I I OIL BURNING HEATERS AND UP End stove-tending drudgery and dirt. Come in and see how easy it is to own one of the beautiful new Ivanhoe Oil Burning Heaters, made by Perfection Stove Company, world's leading manufacturer of oil Refi Orude Great soaks from little tasters grow At 21 a girl ceases to giggle and be- gins to calculate. Do you know that Avalon has one of the finest all-year climates to be found anywhere ? "Cook, I don't like to mention it, but the food disappears rather quickly in the kitchen !" "Well, mum, 'I admits I eats 'earty, but no one could call me gorgeous."-- Pathfinder. Cuthbert: "You are the sunshine of my life. Without you, my life is but a dreary cloud. You alone reigu in lily heart." Gladys: "Is this a proposal or a weather report ?" "Jack hasn't come home. Am wor- ried. ]s he spending the night with you ?" wired Smith's wife to five of his friends. Soon after her husband ar- rived home and before long, a messen- ger boy came in with five replies to the wires his wife had sent. They all read: "Yes, Jack is spending the night with me." burning household equipment Trade in your old A discouraged traveling salesman (TALINA H FI[IWAIIE I',[ MFAP wired his house as follows : "If Hitler stove. Easy terms, wants more territory, he can have mine."--Calumet. A gentleman who was rather sensi- tive about his figure visited his tailor, " T E L E P H O N E 4 0 0 and was alarmed to see that the assist- and began altering all the measure- ~lll ~ ~ ments recorded in the book. "About the same as last year, sure- ly?" queried the business man. "Oh, yes, sir," replied the tactful tailor; "chest a bit lower perhaps, that's all." Taken She took my hand with loving care, She took my costly flowers oh, so rare, She took my candy and my books, She took my eye with meaning looks, She took all that I could buy, And then she took the other guy. A little boy on Christmas Eve was praying in a loud voice, and asking for things he particularly wanted, where- u'pon his brother told him not to shout, and that God was not deal "No," the little boy said, 'but grand- Ilia is." ",I sells you dot coat at a grand sac- rifice," said the tailor d " "But you say that of all your goO s, IIHITII1W~mlHmllu IHIIIHIHIIIIHI~IIIIInWHII~I~m~ When on the Mainland don't to visit 5465-67 Wilshire Blvd. IN THE HEART OF THE MIRACLE MILE ," == "Cure m all~ see me sumt e' IIIIIIIIIIHI~ItlIIIIIIIIIIIItlIIIIIlllIIlHImlIHIIIHIIIIII~IIIHtilHIIIm~mU~~~~~ replied the prospective customer. "How do you. make a living?" "Mine frient, I make a small pro/it on de paper and string."--Tit-Bits. 'Tll bet you think twice before leav- ing that wife of yours alone in the eve- nings." "I'll say! First I have to think up an excuse for going out, and then a reason why she can't come with me." Teacher: "Are there any more ques- tions you would like to ask about whales ?" Small Grl: "Teacher, what has the Prince got to do with them?"--Print- er's Ink. Because of the vital part played by machines, it has often been said that "horsepower" will settle this war. But it won't stay settled long unless some real "horse sense" is used after it is over. Tramp: "Is your 'usband at 'ome, lady ?" Lady (resourcefully): "Well, if he's finished his revolver practice, he'll be in the yard playing with the blood- hound. Do you want to see him ?" For health, or change, or pray, or rest. Catalina is the best. THE CATALINA Egotism is an alphabet of o~e letter" --English Proverb. Teacher: "What is it tha u" together sustains us, ana d~," better than nature intended. Tommy : "Girdles." Two things a nlan should angry at: ~;Vhat he can help, he cannot help--Buchminster" Some take their gokl in minted 0a01d And some in harps, hereafter' e But give me mine in tresses :w And keep the change in laaght ' -d tO ,~ She had just been intr a.UCCsaid, l actor. "Oh, Mr, Blank," S~os aa0r* suppcse you actors hate ~tl than anything else ?" u, "it "Well, Madam," was the rep-, depends cn how you spell it. The skeeter is a bird of p ref, Which flies around at .nigh~t~k' About one-third of it is L, And two-thirds appetite. ----'-. ~,etti~,g "This drinkin' business rs-a~ady. be a regular habit, with ye, a~;, ,'ti~ "'Tis nae habit,' said oa~ A smart man is the let the women pin since he was a baby. At Catalina you'll There's laughter and thru the day ~ d~Y' or For health, or change, or estt. Catalina is the best. / r E'I(ES l]!l l Optical Rop r't ])r. P. L. OPTOMET IN A'VALON oCTOBgI for o pl~intn apt, Avalon Itt AT, STEAMER TOAVALON Leave LeaVe - Los Angeles Wilmi~gt u 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.ra- FROM AVALON Leave Arrive Avalon Wilmington .' 4:15 p.m. 6:30 p.nt. Also connecting service to and dena. Consult local agent (Wilmington eerves the right lag schedules AIRPLANE SC', A,M. Departures--Oct. 1 to Leave WUmington 10:15 a.m. *8:45 a.m. SundayS P.M. Departures--'Oct. 20 Leave Wilmington 3 : 3:45 p.m. 4: 4:45 p,m. DURATION OF FLIGI4 FARES : $$.00 Combination trlp---om w#y steamer $7.00. add 70c.) Tickets on, reservations mington to Avalon Wilmington scheduled plane Tickets on reservations Vilmington, must ours before (Catalina Air change alrplano