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PAGE TEN FISH, FISHING, FISHERMEN (Continued from Page 6, Column 4) On the 16th we find muchly fish ex- terminated: Geo. Strevinger, with Si- lent Sam Goulding, had a tuna of 90~ pounds; The Yeast Kink one of 110 pounds; Dr. Doughty, one of 126 pounds, with that Spring-time Eaton; Grill "grilled" two century fish with me; Lanky Joe Markham found a nice fish of I13 pounds for W. H. Thomson of Los Angeles. Oh, lord! how classmates do change! I had one of the gayest of the gay in my class of '05 at Harvard, out with me today. (17th) Not only did I have him, but I had his son! His father, H. C. Ward of Chicago, butted into a tuna of 101 pounds. And finally brought it near enough for me to gaff. Gee! but okt memories flocked about! Moral: Never marry! The Cheerful Mankowski of the Non. Tuna Club had two small tuna on light tackle at night-fall: 53 and 50 pounds. On the 18th there were no fish ta- ken. On the 19th, H. A. Reach of Los Angeles, managed one of 52 pounds, Eaton guiding. On the 20th a Mr. R. Harwood, also with Eaton, accounted for one of 95 pounds. Forgot to state that Dr. Kibby, of the mid-west, on the 19th, played "tit- tat-toe, three-in-a-row," with a jewfish of 264 pounds. (In a previous article I have made myself clear about these fish!) Fishin' couldn't be better! The Catalina Cubs Swamped the Poor Owensmouth Pastimers 20 to 4 in a Wierd Contest By William J. Doran A joke game amuses spectators. Like Ringling Brothers, the Catalina man- agement should have put up a circus tent and' charged side show admission. The Islanders had no mercy on the visitors and found three hurlers for a total of twenty-two base hits. Johnnie Sisto was in rare form and merely toyed with the opposition after the Cubs had piled up a comfortable lead. He starred with the willow and pitched a remarkable game. Murderous row, consisting of Haw- kins, Samis and Cunningham, lived up to their reputation by cracking out many extra base knocks, some for .the circuit. KINOX the SAFEST ANTISEPTIC Non-Poisonous, Non-Irrltating Anti- septic, Analegestic, Styptic, Deodorant. Pain goes ahnost like magic. Kinox heals without leaving scars because it stimulates the growth of new flesh. Poison Oak, Ivy Poisoning, Chafing, Indigestion, Ptomaine Poisoning. " A half capsule in a tumbler of water will usually afford immediate relief. The bite of a rabid dog, snake bite; grave and dangerous sores. Open the capsule and rub Kinox into the laeer- atmn. Convenient, Efficient, Reliable. Family Size 25c. At all Drug Stores. --Adv. "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs are on sale at Windle's News Stand. Man of 74 Made Young in Three Weeks by Simple Mefhod Former Kansas Contractor Tells Wonderful Results From Testing Korex Compound. of Thomas J. Glasscock, 74, well known old-time Kansas contractor, declares he has virtually been made young again by the recently discovered korex com- pound, which by many users is pro- nounced superior to "gland treat- ments," as an invigorator and revital- izer. "I feel like I did at 35," says Mr. Glascock, "and seem to be getting stronger every clay. During my three weeks' use of the new discovery, pains and weaknesses of many years' stand- ing disappeared almost magically. Today I am as vigorous and supple as I was in the prime of life. Furthermore, when I began using the compound, my mem- ory was virtually gone and I was al- most blind. Now my mind is clear and active and I can read the finest print without difficulty." In order to find out whether the re- sults were lasting, Mr. Glasscock wait- ed six months before reporting on his test of the discovery. On this point he says : "Every passing day strengthens my conviction that my restoration is not only complete but permanent. I can't express the happiness this great dis- covery has brought to me. It has made me 'young' again." Sinfilar reports are being made al- most daily. For instance, D. \V. Wood of New Orleans, past 60 years of age, says: "The compound has brought me back to as good, healthy physical con- dition as I enjoyed at 35. I am ap- parently as supple as at 25 and my eye- sight is better than for years. I would not take $5000 for what the discovery has clone for me." The cotnpound referred to by Mr. THOMAS J. GLASCOCK Glascock and Mr. Wood is put up in tablets for easy use at borne by any- one. It has won the praise of thous- ands who suffered from nervous ex- haustion, diminished or depleted vigor, neurasthenia, premature age and lack of animation and vital force. Elderly people have pronounced it a "fountain of youth." Prepared especially for acting direct- ly on lower spinal nerve center~ and blood vessels, gratifying benefits are known usually in a few clays, accord- ing to thousands who have used it. Enthusiastic reports from users ac- claim the compound as giving speedy satisfaction in obstinate cases that had defied all other treatments previously used. Realizing that thousands of enfeebl- ed, half-alive folks may consider such news "too good to be true," the Amer- ican distributors of korex compound, the Melton Laboratories, have arrang- ed for korex compound to be placed on sale at The Island Pharmacy and the Avalon Drug Company at Avalon, Catalina Island, California. Just ask for korex.--Adv. hat Is dvertising? Advertising is nothing more or less than salesmanship. By advertising you sell to several hundred people at one time instead of to the single individual. Advertising does not belong to the realm of magic. It is ability to talk of the product in plain, honest and straightforward terms that ap- peal to the reason and desires of the people whose trade is sought. How do you advertise? There are no end of ways in which you may advertise; there is the bill-board, the circular, the poster, the window display, the circular letter, the personal letter, by word of mouth, and the newspaper, the best method of them all. What does advertising do for you?---All advertising is in- tended to create good will for the product or service adver- tised. Your advertising should create good will for your store throughout your trading aera and thereby increase the volume of your business or your annual turn-over. THE CATALINA ISLAN DER "For Catalina and Catalina's People All the Time" AVALON, CATALINA. ISLAND, CALIFORNIA Magazines! Magazines! We are prepared to supply you with whatever Magazine you desire, if you will place your order NOW. Help us help you. Windle's News Stand Write to the Catalina Light Tackle Club, P. O. Box 14, Avalon, California, for information about sea angling. Renew your subscription to Catalina Islander, $2 per year. Subscribe now--S2 per year. The .THE CATALINA SOME OF LIFE'S STRIKING (Continued from Page 3, Rex,. James R. MacIntyre, pastor of the First Christian Santa Monica. Roland the bridegroom as best man. Following the wedding ~ was held and then ed. "Better business" is the comes from the Ba pie are becoming better with the interesting progr~r0s there. Catalina will give you the your life. Come to Catalina. Subscribe now--~ per year. FROM BAND CHAMPIONSHIP The basebali ~ason is nest in the band. The game came off Tuesday between nines from the orchestra, respectively. nine made the orchestr~ dust--to the tune of 3 to There is good material 1 clubs. We mention a few shining lights : Fred Whyte, the drummer, is pitcher the orchestra side. When he tips the scales at 225 looks as if he was on an going in the opposite di Ben Laietsky, leader ehestra, is a good rooter, good runner, but a little holding the ball when it hands. Harold Mitchel, first rtmner, good batter, good ball player for a J. C. Cox, swift talks, never kicks. of the nine. Howard Wilson, good all \Vasn't in his best form. game leg. We might say before vel it, that the majority of tl owing to the new violent are troubled with what theY "Charley Horse." Archie Garner is a good tr~ao' ~ of pep. On the band side, Harry is':he topliner, shortstop, eral adviser. Harry Baldwin, good batter, full of enthusiasm. Harry Beardsley, catcher, the game, and plays it. W. Hamilton, first base, in action, has the most n quality for good baseball~-ls kicker ! Roy Moore runs like a d, good ball player; loves the Allen Ruffelle, good overdose of "Charley Horse, We might go on ad int about the good qualitie members of these two nines, but space is limited. .In every new movement (! last Democratic is a dark horse. In this new move in the Paul Bergmann, the new sag of the band, is the dark horse. fore the opening of the 1924 s at Avalon, no one ever this young rising athlete. surprises generally come tt~ ed! In baseball playing ball is hit square in generally goes out into t but when Bergmann hits ways goes behind him, catcher! It is called mann strike." Another istic: after he hits the throws the bat at the making it a little risky for behind the bat. In this in~ti after the fifth or sixth hit the ball hard enough a few inches beyond the and managed to make after which he lay down up the sponge! We predict a. sporting future for this young NiiRnmu ,,,,nmmmm ,,.. .................