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PAGE FOUR THE POWER OF THOUGHT fj SINCE By John Mand t i Special hand-made gaffs, leax~rs, rod harnemm, etc., are the c~oice of Ntt matter what world famous big lra~te an~lera, y o u r condition Bold by your dealer or, R O Y F. B S H A "V E R there is one pow- er within ),our 233 WEST 4ZND STREET, LOS ANGELES. r e a c h w h i c h ~ makes you the equal of kings, an heir of all the Ashaway Cuttyhunk Lines ASHAWAY LINE AND TWINE MFG. CO. Ashaway, Rhode Island RECORDS ON 24 THREAD LINES RECORDS 1927 1926 i George C. Thomas III, Swordfish 573 lbs. Capt. Mitchell, Marlin 976 lbs., 36 thread. 19~5 1925 , F. A. Oillespie, Swordfish 571 Ibs. Zane Grey, Tuna 758 Ibs., 39 thread. lien wlr92~ Zane Grey Swordfish 582 lbs., 39 thread. : H. J. Ha S d sh528 lbs. ' lo~ ' o2A ---- 1..~ h A. R. MartinSwordfish 474 Ibt;. Fred Burnham, Swordfish 462 Ibs., 30 t d. And many others. (South of Equator) ) llllllllll mm mm /lm mm ll m Symbol/or Service /#~N All metropolitmn h~nking facilities CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH .lllk aTS AIIIIF= T uRrl,,r-FxR s'r XA'rXONAL ~~ Mrs. H. H. Alexander .................... Manager tJrl THE AVALON TRANSFER CO. BAGGAGE CHECKED AT YOUR HOME TO DESTINATION Storage = Packing and Unpacking M. L. JAMEM . ~,P i NOW DOING OUR OWN CLEANING AT OUR OWN PLANT IN AVALON. Special attention given to Fine Silks and Linens--All ironed by hand. "A BOOST WILL HELP" ONE DAY SERVICE IF DESIRED in at 9 a. m.--Out by 5 p. m. Atwater Phone Bldg. 60 ages. That power is thought. If you are able to read these ar- ticles )'-u have t h e power of thought. And with that power go pos- sibilities. JOHN HAND Maybe you are one of those who believe thought has reached its limits. My dear reader, human beings arc only beginning to realize the glory of their heritage of thought. Reflect on what thought has given us already. All art, all science, all re- ligion, everything that lifts us abov,e the animals. Maybe you will deny that we are any better off than the animals. Even so, your denial is a glorious affirma- tion of your freedom of thought. Th,y tried to shackle thought in the Middle Ages. Fools ! As well try to shackle the winds! You are a free man even if you are in jail, when your thought is free. And if your jailer has no freedom of thought, he is in prison, even while scenting to be free ~ultivat- your power of thought. Study . Concentrate, but ahvays seek to make your thought harmonize with the good, true, and beautiful. Intuition is even more free than thought, with which it should be eve: in harmony. Use your thought to val- idate intuition. Use your intuitiou to inspire thought. Weed out your garden of thought. Use the sharp hoe of Discrimination. Cut down the giant weed Fear. Cut down the wasteful phantasms and cnI- tivate free and beautiful thought. Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty teeth white breath sweet digestion After Every Meal ul J52 PIPES! ! To Suit Every Smoker Smokers Recmisites of Every Description We also carry a full line of Fan- cy Box Candy, which we are pre- pared to ship or mail for you. Los Angeles Prices Prevailing THECATALINA ISLANDER AND THE LOS ANGELES DALLY PAPERS HERE EVERY DAY Magazines for Everybody Post Cards and Souvenir Books WINOLE'8 NEWS STAND Opposite Boos Bros. / Apply thought to your own self sci- entifically. Resolve to find yourself to be yourself, to affirm yourself. THE CATALINA AVALON PUBLIC Avalon Branch of the I~ Public Library, in Atwat~ every week day from 2 to "For Rent" and "For on sale at The Catalina If you don't take the lander, tell us the reas0~ Now is the The new low California's most : tain resort are in ef Plan now to take t hour trip from Los Rest or play in th mile-high atmosphe whole Southland in view .... 2000 square vast panorama. Round trip Round fare from fare, Los Ange- n o on-d les meal Lowe ern Above tickets sold ---not by conductors Five trains daily and Main St. 10:30 a.m., and 1:30, Get information or vel bureaus, or phone PACIFIC O.A. Passenger "Know that he who finds himself g o sm r ENJOY YOU6 Do you know that the best things cannot be bought with money? They " are free thought, love, fellowship. fresh air, the sea and the bLauty of all when i0 the world. These are but a few of the priceless thingsthat cost nothing. Seekthmn. "CS Arlg Psychotherapists tell you to seek these things, for in them you will find Dine and Dance st l life, beauty and strength. Psychotherapy is not a cold and heartloss dissection ofyour secret wishes. Psychotherapybelieves in life, love and truth. Itmeans the healing of the psyche, the mind it, man, which is bruisod by the heartless struggle for existence. The psychotherapist is the man who will say to you: "Have a heart; be good to yourself; be good to others." "Out of the h-art are the tissues of life." The neurotic breakdown comes" to pass when head and heart are ~es- ered. The psychc, th.*ravist b riq~zs them together a~ain. He heals the wound of the soul. The neurotic conflict arises when the Best Side of you despises and hates the Worst Side. Then, indeed, the Worst Side, the Repressed, re- turns the hatrod with interest. The psychotheraoist is, like Vir,_dl for Dante, the guide into the infernal world of the mind. Real freedom comes whoa you have freed your Worst Side from the chains of ignor- ance and repression. Let your Best Side be free. but turn the light of your freedom dowa into the dungeons of the mind There in the dark and the deep you will find a mine of wisdom, the ancient ~.orq of the subconscious. (Dr. Mand will answer inquiries sent to him at 1015 Walter P. Story Bldg.. 610 South Broadway, Los Angeles). ORANGE G (Downstairs in the PIG'N (Main also Exceptional serVDe partments includltt$ tendants to check motoring guests. No Better Sixth and Spring 550 choice Harry C. Fryrna~, Harry C. Russell H. Wagener,