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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE NINE Clothes Do Not hake the Man but they do help him to 8ood impressions. There is satisfaction in al- wlys appearing well dressed. Suits raade at City Prices. blAP.,TI N HALL Merchant Tailor AValon C.aHfornia SPirella Corsets V ius Styles Spirella Girdhs Brasseries Children's Waists Authorized Corsetiere I lrs. O. F. fiuidinger GrOUnd /tbvalon Inn Floor 09 Beacon Street, Avalon ~he St. Louis Sporting News is ov at Windle's Ne~s Stand. s Qataliaa will give you the rest of %r life. Come to Catalina. "KEEp ON KEEPING ON" %'hen a traveling companion re- 'satired to William Wrigley that he eQ~ "sa- ,, - ~[s ve money by cutting down advertisinE, Mr. Wrigley re- . '_p"~d" "W~e making a fine trip I:" this train. How much progress ]:: YoU think we. should make if ~,,ey took off the locomotive ?" PENS PAPER PENCILS PADS ENVELOPES CARE OF THE MIND (Continued from Page 8, Column 4) that they have no ambition for fur- ther endeavor. It is also true that the "man of parts" thinks not alone of his own comfort and pleasure and interests. Work and play must be properly balanced if each is to yield the advan- tage that it can and should.--The Girard News. "CHICK" MacLEAN. Sportswriter Western Springs, Ill., Aug. 20, 1924. Editor Catalina Islander: Every X'Ionday morning when I re- ceive the Islander I spend half an hour in thought, back at Catalina, as I read it. I never will forget the times I bad there and the friends I made. ]'m afraid to go back now that they know what a terribly awful fisherman I am as per that story from the Cherry Circle you reprinted. I am even worse than that, to tell the truth. My young son shows real expertness angling for bass, so there are hopes for the family of having a sportsman some day. The $5.00 was received, and I offer my apologies for not acknowledging months ago. Many thanks. I bought a book on travel with it, and toured some thousands of miles in fancy. Some day I hope to return to Avalon and see you all again. In the mean- time, best regards ahvays. Sincerely, Malcohn MacLean. (Editor's Note--Your letter appar- ently came across the continent by "Air-mail." It was so postmarked and arrived here Monday, August 25. Thanks for the kind words you said about the Islander. Was pleased to learn that you are educating the boy to be a sportsman. If he "takes after his dad" he will be a square-shooter, anyway ! ) Getting Down to Essentials A Yale player was teaching some cowboys how to play football. He explained the rules and ended as ful- l O~,V S : "Remember, fellows, if yott can't kick the ball, kick a man on the other side. Now let's get busy. Where's the ball ?" One of the cowboys shouted : "Never mindthe ball! Let's start the game !"--Helena (Mont). Independent. KmOX E PTIC Non-Poisonous, Non-Irritating Anti- septic, Analegestic, Styptic, Deodorant. Pain goes almost 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 lacer- ation. Convenient, Efficient, Reliable, Family Size 25c. At all Drug Stores. --Adv. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 69275 Estate of Charles Browning Parker, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of the Estate of Charles Browning Parker, deceased, to the Creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this no- tice, to the said Administratrix at the office of J: Allan Frankel, Esq., 407 Van Nuys Building, 210 West 7th Street, City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, which said office the undersigned selects as a place of business in all matters con- nected with said estate, or to file them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California in an~ for the County of Los Angeles. Dated August 6, 1924. EMILY E. PARKER, Administratrix of said Estate. J. Allan Frankel, Attorney, 407 Van Nuys Bldg., Los Angeles, California. First publication August 13, 1924. ENNIS a g ECONOMY- SAI IETY- TNI OFT ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH OUR TRUST SERVICES THE Trust Department of the Humboldt Bank is well equipped to care for your estate, provide financial safety for your dependents, and to efficiently handle your financial affairs. This Department can give you expert advice concerning investments and promote greater earnings with surprising economy. Our Trust Investment Savings Plan Is an innovation that helps you to increase $5,000 to $15,000 In about seven years' time. A descriptive booklet explaining this Savings Plan will be mailed to yon upon request. Our Trust Department can serve you as Executor under Will, Guar- dian, Trustee for Minors or Dependents, and in many other helpful ways. Our Trust Officer will be glad to give you information regarding our Trust Services or to mail you a descriptive booklet upon request. VPIBOLDT BANK ,..0o,o.. O,r ,,.., Fou.. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty