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March 12, 1924

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CATALINA ISLANDER' PAGE FIVE j (A Science Service Feature) Catalina TEST YOURSELF .. ;o'_L, Fish I ,o. LOGICAL MEMORY - CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH 1181lid PLEASURE PIER [ Can you, after rea'--~ling an ordinary :IllI'l~ Open All the-Year jl neccspaper article, recall aceurately the PACIFIC-SOUTHWEST BANK IAnI~&LON FISH COMPANY [ information given in it? b---'-tl J l)irections--Read once the following lUol~Ldi~ters' Oy'ters' Shrimp' I paragral)h quted frnl a newspaper" ~~ 11~J almon, Etc., in Season. ] Then write the answers to twenty wm:ll BAIT FOR ANGLERS / questions about it. DO not look at :he ~e paragraph after you have read it once, garthen, Proprietor ] and begin to answer the questions, and do not look at the questions before / I l Ungalows & Ro0ms [ you are ready to answer them. CATALINA ,, , / F=~'II,._ Ig~.,~7~ ~r Heat aI Reasonable Prices I "East Chicago, January 17.--A fire SWORDFISH-TUNA ~~ on Washington street, early this morn- REEL U " 'Jlartha E. filidden, Proprietor I destroyed Smith's grocery sto e, a barn and two dwelling houses near. The Highest Grade Reel ~,~;~ ~~ ' ~~ The loss was about $12,000 and was Ever / J partially covered by insurance. Six Forever ~B U-ANCEP., [ gallons of kerosene in the rear of the store burned fiercely, and made the Made in Three sizes:~ ~~ 4-0, 6-0, and 9-0 Pl fire hard to put out, because throwing Patented ~~~ on water only spread the flames. Mr. ~dent, Compensation, I Smith lived over the store with his W~f"~tc] ........ j wife, and two sons, and a daughter. J.A. COXE ~~JRelt*bteComp,~nies J The youngest, Mary, five years old, 4SI East 3rd St., Los Angeles ~B ~HE/~ was made unconscious bv the smoke 's ' e. MATHEWSON - Avalon a.d was rescued by a neighbor with 5~] some difficulty. The younger son, Harry, seven years plot, helped his Plulllbi[l~==SheetMetalwOrk==(ia~Fittin~ ray i father in removing some of the goods O from the burning store. Sparks car- ried byastrongwestwind, st,readthe CARL CARSON fire to adjoining buildings. Some think rvt e the fire was accidental, but the cash H 2'e,T I P~otos.of a][ ~ ,'rawer was found open and empty, so 212Melr0p01e Ave., 0pp. I;tly 7all' Telephone 7 W l'lil i _Catalina_ the was ,, obabiy set to conceal a , robberv." " I ! PP' ?R( sPrize Fish, I BA(i(iA(i E i I Steam'r Pier .. name or number. Balmage Checked at Your Door " Avalon, Cal. V l--Vere the buildings insured? THE AVALON TRABSFER CO. b:~1 "c P~P" EK~REl~PJc ,.1~ H.v ACEtNCYwvRoa,,.'[I 4--How many children were there in all? "m~ o I "ll,lr YP~. H~gh .Q.mtllt!l i. atttch y Wotl. I 5--Dr'as Harry five or ten 2,'ears old? lvlagazlnes, lylagazlnes i 6--How many dwelling houses were | Pvg':'i:u:::Io_eox` J b,,rned? We are prepared to supply you with re#il[ ~It'kPr ^~ EFFICIENT SERVICE ASIUREO 7--Wasthe kerosene the cause of the re,/7 : 2 2' ":""c':"" are? whatever Magazine you desire, if you ],jICI$ C2yABLoI~iI$ CATALINA AVEN E I8--Hw many gallns f kersene werethere ? will place yur rder NOW"I A Help us help you. Windle's ews Stand 9--~vVas the wind blowing from the w. north ? ~~N~iZH__OE_S~__" 10-- What was the youngest child's -. 'S ~~ys lose. Children can name ? " p~orth of shoesin ]l--~Did Mr. Smith live in one of the .. eeks if the are not re tared ~ are_ not_repa!r_e_d, adjoining houses ? ~epairing, save money 12--VVas the fire in the summer time ? l ii, 'era -" 13--Was Mrs. Smith badly' burned? t~ SHOE -S'HdP" 14~On what street was ti, e store? ~N~Rq~l- ... 15--On what dav of the month ,lid the |~r Ave. Avalon, Calif. fire take place? ~ayNightofeachmonth l~-\Vhat part of Chicago was the fire ~elcom-.- .......... 19--How much money was found in ~ ' HjUAGH" S TEV.I;'NSON, MASTER the cash drawer ?" I ~MALLOCH', SECaET^RY 20--1)id the fire burn down a drug . ,hlailAyALON p~ store ? tS~nday is due to arrive daily, except Answers--I, yes; 2, no; 3, no; 4, .V '- ' ,it IZ :25 p. m. 3:3;a~ tin, Parts daily, except Sunday, at three; 5, neither; 6, two; 7, no; 8, six; 9, no; 10, Mary; 11, no; 12, no; 13, V y ttO3u..~ing mail closes at the postoffiee no; 14, Washington; 15. seventeenth; -Th'2 I~. rn. 16, neither; 17, $12,000; 18, East Chi- ~rtdavP~stof0. ce is open daily, except cago;.19, no.e, no The Catalina Islander Subscription Blank :'all) ,~ .,a(1 holidays, from 8 a. m. to ALL mGHTS RCS~RV~O ~v scm~c~ s~v,cL be' v. m---exce ) ~ CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL . aa~- ,-1;.. ",. 1 t whale the mad r The St. Louis Sporting News is on "Q'---.--*rriv-al"'~trmuted immediately after its sale at Windle's News Stand. Subscription Rates: Ar ......... ASK ALL THE: ISLAND WHY THEY EAT AT "A Regular Place to Eat" Advertise your needs in The Catalina Islander. 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