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PAGE TEN THE CATALINA g "Here's where the RUB comes inF' Prices Reduced (Special for January and Februa.-y) MASSAGE--TURKISH BATHS Formerly Now Massage ............................ ~$,3.00 $1.00 Steam Baths ..................... 1.00 .50 Tub Baths, Salt or Fresh Water ............................... 1.00 .50 Hot Room ......................... 1.00 .50 Salt Rub ............................ 1.50 .50 FREE EXAMINATION Chiropractic Adjustings : Single Treatment ........................... $ 3.00 Course of SIX Treatments .......... 15.00 Special Rates for Children Have examination made for curvature of spine. Guarantee fever reduced in 24 hours. Phone for appointment: Office (Country Club) ................ 180-R Home .................................................. 81 DR. FRED J. PERSKE, D. C. Catalina Country Club VISITORS WELCX)M E--ALWAYS TO OUR Customers for past favors. We will continue to keep our tailoring and workmanship up to our usual high standard. MARTIN HALL Merchant Tailor Avalon California We offer for the next two weeks a special sale of twelve dozen SHIRTS at prices absolutely BELOW WHOLESALE COST As quoted below Reg. $3.50 shirts--$2.4$ --3 for $7.00 Reg. $2.50 shirts--$1.7$ --3 for $5.00 Your choice while they last AVALON TOWNE SHOP FOR MEN Crescent and Claressa Riviera Theatre Bldg. J NOTICE INVITING BIDS BY THE CITY OF AVALON, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, FOR THE FUR- NISHING OF A MOTOR LAUNCH FOR THE HARBOR DEPT. OF THE CITY OF AVALON. Public Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Avalon, Sauta Catalina Island, State of Cali- fornia, until 1:30 P. M. on Monday, March 10th, 1930, for the furnishing of a Motor Launch for said City of Avalon, in accordance with the speci- fications therefor adopted by the City Council of said City of Avalon on February 10th, 1930, which were as follows : TYPE: V Bottom Runabout. SP.EED: 30 Miles per hour. DIMENSIONS Length .......................................... 22 ft. Beam ............................................ 6 ft. Draught ...................................... 22 Inch Free Board .................... For'd 29Inch. Aft 18 Inch. MOTOR Location ....................................... Midship Make ............................. Chrysler Marine Cylinders . ............................................... 6 Horse Power ........................................ 82 Weight .................................................. 875 HULL CONSTRUCTION--All Lnm- bet Mahogany. Frames ..... Main 7-8"x3"--Spaeed 24" Intermediate ...... 5-8"xl"--Spaced 6" Bottom .................. Double Planked 5-8" This planking has canvas between inside and outside layers. Sides ....................................................... 1-2" Keel ............................................. 1 3-4"xY' Fastenings, Brass Screws and Bronze Bolts. Trim .................................... Nickle Silver Rudder .................... Manganeze Bronze Strut ....................... Manganeze Bronze Propeller ................ Manganeze Bronze Stuffing Box ................ Sabeco Bronze Shaft .................................. Monel Metal Fuel Capacity ........................ 33 Gallons Seating Capacity .............. 8 Passengers EXTRA EQUIPMENT Anchor ..................................... 1--20 lb. Anchor Line ............................... 1--50 ft. Dock Line ............................. ~tton Fenders ..................................................... 4 Cushions ................................................... 6 Life Preservers .................................... 7 Bailers ........................................................ I Horn (Electric) ...................................... 1 Running Lights, Complete as required Storage Battery ...................................... I Tachometer ............................................. 1 Windshield .................. Non-Shatterable Flags .............................. Bow and Stern Boat Hooks ......................................... 1 Motor Tools ........................... Complete Floor Covering, Battleship Linoleum Lux C02 Fire Extinguisher ................ 1 Canvas Boat Cover ............................. 1 For'd Cockpit Auto Top .................. 1 Bronze Plates (Harbor Police) ........ 2 Lettering on Sides to be painted to to order. Lifting Rings (Fore and Aft) Bronze DELIVERY--F. O. B. Avalon. The following extra ,~quipment is to be purchased by the City of Avalon and installed by the contractor: I Hand Siren 1 Compass 4 Portable Lux C02 Fire Extinguishers 1 Spot Light Said bids must be made on forms which will be furnished by the City of Avalon, City Clerk, upon application, and in accordance with the conditions therein stated. A check certified by some responsi- ble bank in the 'County of I,os Ange- les, State of California, payable to the order of the Mayor of the City of Av- alon, who is the President of the City Council, of said City of Avalon, in a sum equal to ten per cent (10%) of JACK SCHOOLFIELD MECHANICAL SERVICE no Repair-Anch0rages 115 Whittley Ave. Phone 186-J the aggregate amount of the bid, or a satisfactory bond in an amount equal to ten per cent (10%) of the amount of the bid, payable in the City of Ava- lon, must accompany each bid as a guarantee that the bidder will ent.er into a contract if awardod to him in confornfity with his bid. The City Council of the City of Av- alon reserves the right to reject any and all bids hereunder. By order of the City Council of the City of Avalon, State of California. Dated in the City of' Avalon, State of California, the 14th day of Febru- ary, 1930. Ethel D. Kilgour, (SEAL) City Clerk of City of Avalon, California. Mr. and Mrs. 'Sloan Flack and friends wore here for the week-end, on the cruiser "Christie II." Tho "Peggy Jane II" was in the harbor Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Miller on board. Mr. Powell, new owner of the yacht "Idol Ours," has become a member of) the Catalina Island Yacht Club. ACTRESS TELLS SECRET t Tells How to Darken Gray Hair With A Horhe-Made Mixture. .Joicey Williams, the well-known Am- erman actress, recently made the fol- lowing statement about gray hair, and how to darken it, with a home-made mixture : "Anyone can prepare a simple mix- ture at home that will gradually darken gray, streaked or faded hair, and .make it soft and glossy. To a half- pint of water add 1 ounce of bay rum., a small box of Barbo Compound, and ,~d ounce of glycerine. These ingredients can be bought at any drug store at very little cost. Ap- ply to the hair twice a week until the desired shade is obtained. This will make a gray-haired person look twenty years younger. It does not color the scalp, is not sticky or greasy and does not rub off."--Adv. SCOUT" REPORT Meeting was called to ord P. M. by the salute to the patrols went to their meetirlg to have their meetings. patrol wo:'J with 109 points. patrol meetings were over went to the home of Scout Broeks. They played gain* and last, but not least, rousing cheers were given Brooks family. The Scouts for their respective homes, a v.ory enjoyable evening. Scribe, Frank slo,, Stop Coughing Rexall White Pine, Tar and Wild Cherry Compound 50 cents T h i stime-tested c ott syrup relieves tight gestion quickly. a n d clears the brings you blessed from that stubborn, ing cough. Sold Rexall Stores. Island Pharmacy g Constant Growing--- Every day this company is extending its lines to more people, increasing the speed and accuracy of its service. It is part of the telephone ideal that anyone, anywhere, shall be able to talk quickly and at reasonable cost with anyone, anywhere else. The habit of turning natu- rally to the telephone for every sort of business and so- cial errand is growing, among Pacific Coast residents, even faster than population. Much of this is due to the constant improvements in telephone service, continually adding to the convenience of this friendly instrument. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY