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PAGE TWELVE D:I iiii Refined THE CATALINA INDIANS EVERYWI4~!1 CruSe ,tom Pa o ,,' Lieutenants Clarke and ReYtJ fl also captured while out I Lieutenant Harrison, but havM~ ~atalina Islander, $2 per year. We pledge our help} Identified , caped had also located us. . .t41 1 First society woman--' That's my As the Indians saw our nur~| baby that we just passed." " ' " 'k I" increasing they began to shn ~,l Second society woman--"How could Lieutenant Reyes wanted tosee .~| IS THE TIME TO START you tell ?" CHRISTMAS SHOPPING First society woman--"I recognized er the Indians had left, or were/ the nurse?'--Brooklyn Citizen making believe. . .llrl Night came on, and many of t "#! FUhl Travel broadens one sometimes justdians stayed. Our ammuniti#,~| 0~ lardware: 0 going across thestreet.--Judge, grwing lw Sn we decide'~| ~" ot~I"l ,[ s A Fan Abroad we would let Lieutenant Harris .#t| .---. "Ah. here's something interesting."all our guns as he was the beSt2~| said the nearsighted American tourist and shoot wlth them. One bY~! 2" in Holland."Let's wait and see'~theIndians gave way, until there we:i~[ ~1~ game." ly fourteen left. With a II IS A GOOD PLACE TO START "Game ? I don't see any game." rushed out upon the Indians, ktllll~l~! [[ "What's that ahead of us?" "A windmill" .nd lea ing not one I. thi %! II "My mistake! I thought it was aLieutenants Harrison. Clarke,. ~ ! [[ STOP IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY OF baseball pitcher going through the and myself were sli,htly wo nae . | [[ g t"" " motions preliminary to sending a hot The men from the fort tha ~.~ | ]l ,pv- COASTERS DOLL CARRIAGES script.erie over the plate."--Boston Tran- out looking for us heard our ~! [[ and came to rescue us. ~ | 11 AUTOMOBILES SCOOTERS "A gifted artist," says June Mathis, In a few weeks we had a te~'~#I H And Many Other "is one who is the recipient of many battle with the Indians. The I~t",'~ | [[ gifts." lost heavily. It was in this battle,of II ' [ O'YS THAT Lfllk Lientenants R_eyes and Clarke'kill~| I[ s . ty-three of our meo, wc e Edith --Are you going back to the The Indians lost four lmndre ,a'~ | [[ city soon ? Madge --Not for a week or so. I sixty-three killed, with one bt#u' I I] have tw engagements t break be-and fur captured" 1 II A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY ARTICLE fore I go.--Boston Transcript. " YOU DESIRE "A lot of anglers take longer to BILl BOOST~-R sAYS |1] tell the story than they do to catch . "GIFTS OF UTIUTY" the fish."--C'rawfish~Charley. ]~F..q. !1I ATALINA HAFIOWAltE COMPANY "My dear' where did yur wnder- I "11415"X'O!AJkli~I~/E'I~F-' ' || ful string of pearls come from ? You] @DOt)I~U~4~, ~ t-l~Vl~ "tO I | ] don't n,ind my asking, do you ?" I "~''~'~' I I "Certainly not ! They " came from [ ~ F.V~"KR PDBt-~ II~PI~" ] I ] , oysters."--Regiment (Paris). [ ~t)~14~14 ~llAIz'kl VJI~ T~.)' [ i I RADIO SETS and STORAGE BAq['rERIES He--Should we go to a movie ? ] "r141~ "O4tklGt O~R., D~ ir [I 1 She--We don't have to. Mother and I '~'~4~M 0OI4"I' ~R.q "fO ~ J I ] ~, ~ father are going.--.Michigan Gargoyle. ~ ~t4 i i Perfectly Fascinating ~IlC==:~01~:~IIC~01~=~:~0~IIC~=~IIC~ He--"I caught this tuna when I was at Catalina last year." ~l~lool~ ~~ S he--"Those are tuna are they ? How interesting !" out on the radio, which is a lot to be . .. ~'1~ ~ . ~t~n~'~T~D thankful for. Another Fish Story Scene: Old gentleman in full ang- ling regalia, thigh deep in lock on an English river; group of little boys another boy turning valve wheel on the sluice gate. Fisherman: "Why don't you boys go away ? I've told you a dozen times there's no use you waiting here to see :ronghold 0veral me catch a fish." One of the boys: "We ain't wait- Btllv Jones ~s openm the slmces an we're waiting to see yer drown." --Corm, Rex. I IENOAN SHIRT: Greatin ManyWay., Angry Husband--"\Vell, I'll bet the Both Washington and Lineolll w~, i man you jilted will be my friend. I've 0e0w saved hun from a lot of trouble] 'X~;- I ing to the letter whleh lie wrote ~" ~ I I ~ \Vhcn 13arry Macolhnn saw the ordering a suit of clothes fr~L I "painless dentist" sign he sniffed. London tailor, was "six feet hIgh.~ ] "An(I why shouldn't the dentist be propurthmately made--if aIlY!a:~! You Can t go Wrong on thiSl ,,a,n,ess~ he indignantly inquired, r, ther slender than thick for a';i ] "He's on the right end of the pullers, of that height." The "best weiglatt.l;~ ] nation , h,s best d,, s" ," o9ndS u'-'a] Combi It's the patient who ought to find the ,y ~as .-0 pou " ,l~e" ! operation painless." coin was four inches t'tller and we]~ ~d ] I 1SO pounds, was of narrower chest $.. LOS ANGELES PRICES, OF.COURSE. , Skillful , less erect. P.oth lived in youth ~11~ ' What kind of a rodman is Jimmy ?' the same out-of-door life---Llneoll) tampa "The worst I've ever heard!" veryln" themuseularrUder existenee.beinz the BOtehan~pl0~j.,~ """ " ".,.. W OOD ~ tal qualities as' ill ~physiea' stre?;,~'~ Perfectly Contented of sport in their respective dayS.~e~, Q "'['hey say Mrs. Bings only married her husband to spite another woman." "Yes, she did me a good turn. I'm and endurance. Both WashingtOn _. ; The Best ilion for-Buylng in Avalon going to mat:ry Bings after he gets Lincoln were temperate in all thll~" 116 Sumner Avenue, Opposite Atwater Hotel his divorce.' ..... : Around~t]m-Corne~---But is Pays to Wall(. Renew your subscription to The "Keep Avalon a Spotless ToWO"