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November 5, 1924

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PAGE TWELVE II IS THE TIME TO START CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IS A GOOD PLACE TO START STOP IN AND SEEOUR DISPLAY OF COASTERS DOLL CARRIAGES AUTOMOBILES SCOOTERS And Many Other Crude Just a Little Bit A little kindness shown each day To help make glad some heart; " A little patience at mistakes \Vhere anger's apt to start; A little smile for those who plod With loads up life's steep hill. If these won't win a little pass To heaven, nothing will. Capper's Weekly. Gloomy Gus says that the next time Harry ~[allen goes looking for broad- bill swordfish he should shop ~tround a bit and pick out a small one. No Chance to Tell Sammy--Why does your father put a cover over the fish he catches ? lsaak Junior--To keep the fish from flopping back into the water, and tell- ing the other fish what a good angler my father is. Teacher--Who is the best known man in Los Angeles? t'upil--*l r. Realtor. Waited a Long Time THE CATALINA ISL:4 $5 teday ~" "My dear, I haven't any feelln[l~ CAFE LUNCH t'atron--Do you play by req Pleased Musielan--Deli Patron--Well, until I'm my lunch, would you mind quits'/ "The rock cod's all out, sir," apolo-~ ?) .~'~, IT F OLt-O~J gized the waiter, "but I can recommend tientthe barracuda.",,Tell the cook take it ~1 ~(_~).~.fl.~. CLO$~ "Barracuda ," exclaimed the impa-~~,] ' ~ How Pleajjnt angler, to ~t~t-'~ Is S atU rd'~ A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY ARTICLE out and catch a swordfish. 1'11 eat that e,~ ~ poetenight. Man~ if he brings one in." ' have-d! YOU DESIRE \Ve notice that the merchant who ~ ('/~t'~/~ lated On u," "G IFTS OF UTILITY"' does notadvertiseistheonewhousu- -- theme. .,. ally tells poople that the "town is go- I', , es. ,or " I~ATALI~IA tlARNAfI[ I~OMPANY ingtothebow-wos." " ~~ body ever 1~1' t/, n anythl - Shooting //// // chirp about /z ~0' p Mary--So your husband is devoted il I~" Monday tO the rille--a fine nmrksman, I SUl,- r ~ % In.e. pose ? Mrs.Youngbride--He's very modest; but I've heard he's at the Crop Shoot- RADIO SETS and STORAGE BATTERIES ing Club a good deal. KEPT T~B Mr. 14oIdut~ '. ' . ~ "Sometimes the biggest fish is with- [ ,'tllllllllllll,o-- o,"'" :: in a few feet of your bait." r--_~CZ=~C==~=CaD~ ~0- ' -"- ~-----~--.-~0~ I ,l[//l[llllllRllllfleu,= me of t.0,% U I~PJ'- Uncle E= a Says-- I Iltlil[lllU|Fllllllb,ng the el ] IIi]lllll -q'll[lldren,s b= .. t'lD~, 1 folks is to ]arn 'elxl a few mob words ter talk foolishness with.--Transcript, only the woro t h o" Infat~ ~ used to put on make-up as if their II~YV, J -2 ;,~. "dl Wife--" ';~ [[ "The girls," says Sam Simpson,"who that t~/~ fathers were painters now put it on as CLy'~~v~l'~/~d] at, the II n,, the,r ,others were l,,asterers.,, ;: thing= thjt Accept Responsibility ! :: iii ! The man who habitually shirks re- ~ Tbt~l~ U sponsibilities, misses opportunities for S developing his capacities. Accepting ~v. responsibilities develops initiative, in- ventiveness, ingenuity, resourcefulness and efficiency. It does what nothing a 0 else can d'--Grit" :ronghold 0veral According to "Crawfish Charley," happiness has to be cranked, while trouble has a self-starter. "She's a bear." ~]k'x'ekl Wl-~k~ OO I'f "Some chicken." "Oh, what a peach." ~ i ,ERDAa SHIRT: i"Isn'tsheabird?" ' l " !l]~11~ BUt when we got alongsMe, we found Z~ I ( ~~ she was a len, oo--Exchange Just Fishing i ~to gm;iW:iOonng hi7 i Become natural. The stars sing to- (~ ,, You Ca on t gether, the earth shouts for joy. So do fishermen. Surf anglers, casting for a week and getting nothing are lmppy ,~ 1themselves and make thers s' The i ~ .sporting instinct in man is one of the LOS ANGELES PRICES, OF COURSE. mysteries of the soul. You don't de- fine it to confine it. You do it. Wait- ing for a bite time is thinking time. What makes the Scotch thinkers and HEYW~~:~~v S H 0 the Irish witty? Long waiting and O~ta+ looking at the line where the sea i~m~q~,~gJ touches the sky, and sometimes beyond ~+' +u] ~" 111 it. Washington often fished off Sandy ~tr~,~ BE ~q , The Best Re s o yi g i A alon Hook. Lincoln long sat on the banks ,, of the river far away. Roosevelt well he knew. By taking our bearings from W~.,I._0~ I1G Sumner Avenue, Opposite Atwater Hotel these three we'll know. How foolish L Around the Corner---But is Pays to Walk. to explain when they are biting. ~ --UnitedAnglei"s League, New York.