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Avalon, California
July 30, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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ISLANDER PAGE,mE li' F ,, P.s iln I SAYS: ~F~~ ~~ I' (~unSh'ne PaychOIOgy ~.rvice) TENNIS~ S~ 'There is only a very short bathing suit and a coat of face paint between ,,,,,, Vhit Du,: "An angler may troll his bait in the Catalina channel for weeks without seeing a fish; but when the strike is made, it happens about as quickly as Q[ tl eN/v ta] yu read this Hnk! And the battlel ishaS"smenothingStarted"*flkSmore* think*than* that*,wetting* sea anglinga line' Ba hirl i ' in any part of the sea. They don't :kY~[ I 9' ~i stop to think that fish are free swim- JL 'Ik .i.,,4 I lners, and go where they please." * * * * * "Fish like currents. The don't very often play in flat, floodtess localities. The sea currents that carry plankton : ~,~ "'Ill"~ ~T and other food stuffs for fishes are ~,~F ~''' ( very often full of manv varieties of ~[~l|l~lta~l~ IN TailorH'ALL I galne fishes. It is a wonderful sight to follow the course of a current lane ii!!IROPFIACTIc boat" sincerely tries to be a sportsman, but we ain't got much synlpathy for the fish hunters who want to use a live domesticated black cat for their bait." /|1 t~'i ~O~REMosT HEALINGoRGAN. out"It they v,*ant t: u:e ;at:, let 'era gOand get Theya wildcat.are YeS.enough,,,the oil ~--'-~ "EMDPLKAGRu O'F~] ~ ] ~| I '1|"-FOI~ ~-_Li well variety, black ..ONOU.CEO VLEW GE. .S. PAT. 511 * * * * * * #! [ ,-- , a DISORI)ERS "Sportsmen are more interested in how you fight a fish than the kind of bait you use, or the way it is put on the hook." * * * * * ALOII] k ,INBt D I1 "Keeg a cool head and warm feet-- and the world will look much brigh- ter. ' | ~ | * * * * * * - K',. ?03 CRESCENT AVE. ' [ "Some folks do hate publicity. They 1~ just seem to be afraid to see theirI names in print. Yes, they do! Once ,I~P,~ lU we gavea sample copy of the Islander Ire__ rsets roan,at, who said he didn't like pub- [ "t~llt- zStyles Spirella Girdles licity. Three or four (lays later we found the same paper and the little Brasseries Chihh-en,s Waists Atqhorize..~_C ors et ier e rs'0. F. Guidinger - oo, Avalon.lnn , I PACFIC AWNI CO. *[JTo COVERS, CANVAS / paragraph we wrote about the man and his fish had been cut out. Yes, it was !" ****** "When you carry an ancient grudge further back than twenty-three gener- ations, that shows you are beginning to get feeble-minded. Well controlled minds 'let the dead bury the dead.'" "KEEP ON KEEPING ON" When & traveling companion re. marked to William Wrigley that he could "save money" by cutting down his adv~r~ling, Mr. Wrigley re- sponded: "We're making a fine trip on this trai~'.' How,mtxeh pr6gress. do you think We ahbUld make if they took off the locomotive'S" , , (DOUBLE MULTIPLYING--FOR DEEP SEA FISHING) GUARANTEED WITHOUT TIME LIMIT AGAINST DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS This Reel is constructed to withstand the terrific strains of all heavy sea fishing, It is made of Nickel Silver and treated to prevent tarnish. Generated Spiral Tooth Phosphor Bronze Gears; Patented Adjustable Tension Oil Cups; Hard Rubber Disks, Reverse Metal Bound; Steel Pivots; Phosphor Bronze B~ushed for Bearings; Bakelite Handles; Patened Thumb brake; Pflueger-Wdliafas Drag Handle; Adjustable Back Sliding Click; Drag Handle Stop with Lever Contro~. PRICE EACH No, 1417, Nickel Silver, 200 yards......$30,00 No, 1419~, Nickel Silver, 400 yards..$4$.00 No. 1418, Nickel Silver, 250 yards ...... 35,00 No, 1420, Nickel Silver, 450 yards.. 50.00 No. 1419. Nickel Silver, 300 yards ...... 40,00 No. 1420~. Nickel Silver, $00 yards.. 60.00 SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS IN LOS ANGELES AND VICINITY SEND TODAY FOR YOUR FREE COPY OF OUR POCK~'T CATALOGUE "THE PFLUEGERS," AKRON, OHIO, U. $. A. OLDEST AND LARGEST TACKLE MANUFACTURERS IN THE UNITED BTATES Catalina Hardware CO. handles "Pfluegers"