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CATALINA ISLANDER s Do Not Make the Man hut they do help him to naake good impressions. There is satisfaction in al- Ways appearing well dressed. Suits made at City Prices MAP.TIN HALL Merchant Tailor Avalon California ROOMS and APARTMENTS at "The Driftwood" of Hot Water Excellent Baths )DERN---REASONABLE Marilla Avenue Phone 62-J UNfiUENTINE RELIEVES SUNBURN ISLAND PHARMACY CO. 417 Crescent Avenue ./ y (;alalina Island Lodge, f. A.M N sz4 _ ~ Meets every Friday Night of each month ~i({~\X~..at 7:30 in Foresters Hall. Visiting /~/brethren are welcome. A l,, l~xtT} ~,NCE . ~t%t~TER. |~'. ~| ][E%'',t')Ol}, ,~ECI~ETAI~y IN RANGE Fire, Accident, Compensation, Life, Theft. Etc. j*Xepresenting Onh" Reliable Companies E. MATHEWSON, Avalon LECTRICIAN E. CAMERON 336 Metropole Av. Ph. 96-M Office 212 Metropole Ave. Agent Morris Electric Signs Bungalows & Rooms] I%r Rent at Reasonable Prices artt t E. filidden, Proprietor "~.-- (Mrs. Seth Glidden) PAGE NINI[ CRAWFISH CHARLEY SAYS: sr (Continued'irom Page 1, Column 4) your fighting. Now count your heart beats and your breathing m~)tions. Note the per~l,iration on yotlE hands and forehead. \Vonderful--isn't it?" "The above little exl,eriment was ac- c,.,ml,lished with n,, other aplmrattts than your own imagination and your re,tire to punish an act that had been placed inyour subcom, cious mind. And it iswhat hal,pens exery time y,u put a 'little feeling' into th,,ughts of hat.c, spite and jealously." "One ,,f the priceless l,t,ssesslons in tl'is worhl, is a mind that realizes the r.ecessity of cheerfulness, tolerance, kindness and h~,pe. Only the ,,ther ev~nin,.; SOllleOllC was talking about (haystm's '.k,lxentures in Contcut- mane.' O!f t,,ward the west the set- tin~ sun had tinted the darkening sky' crimson, then ~old of many c~d~,rs. '\\'hat i,~ contcut11!ent ?' Sand&d) Harry as\el No one rcl,li~d." f OUS ola Was $267.s Complete Now $16070 Complete Also on Easy Terms $42.83 Down $12.85 per Month AVALON RADIO AND ELECTRIC SHOP Telephone 133-W 607 CRESCENT AVENUE Phone Avalon 16-J Avalon, Cal. Phone San Pedro 1310 San Pedro, Cal. 406 So. Grand Ay. Palm and McLin Funeral Home JAMES and McMINN, Representatives. of Avalon Branch Arrangements made for Private Ambulances on the Mainland. d "Have y(~tl ever xx~,ll(tcrcd hox\ all attthor caused you to fed a thrill and cxhileratit,n while y,,u are reading a third l,crs~,n st,,ry? The story of ac- tion and adventure. Try this analysis. Had you been living in the sallle 'at- mosphere' of the book? Pr~,bably a sea captain, an air Idiot, a champion, a hero--seldom the villian ? Did y~,u li\e the life"of the chief character----or of any character in the book? Did you mentally see, taste and act with that character? Yes, in that third person story, you saw yourself. Did you make it a first person story? \Vhy? Was it because the story if 'read that way,' became m~,re inter- esting? In making that thrilling story a 'first lmZSOU' narrative, (lid it affect your State of Consciousness ? Proba- bly ! Now what happened? Did your MOTIVE to live the life of the char- acter in the book or story, release certain gland secretions into the blood? Did the blood 'throb and boil' while the mental activities followed the ac- tivities of the imaginary characters? I'robably those gland secretions (there are seven glands that are said to fuse into the blood) caused the feeling of thrill, exhileraticm andexcitement. Simple. Think it over!" "Si~eaking of glands and their func- ti(..ns, in this Stmshiuc I'sych,,logy coh111ul, we wallt it tlndel'Sh~Od that we arc n,,t advv,catimz physical reitlVClla- tion through gland transplanting oper- ations. Our interest in the subject is the State of C~,nsciousness that pro- duces physical thrills such as in ;.ellS- ling. baseball and other ~,ut&,or Sl.~rts. Note the average baseball fan in the bleachers. Hear him ycll! \\:atch him pcrsl*irO and enthuse at ,Utile itl- tricate and StlCCeSSttll play and growl and grtmt when tile action out in the SAVE MONEY ON SHOES Have us rel,air y(,ur (,l(l shoes and they will be as ,aood as new. good for llltlch illore wear Lowest l,)-ice< You bring 'em, we fix 'em. Shoe Shop and Shine Parlor 109 Sumner Ave. Lefavor Bldg. Avalon ltIrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty brances,' argued Sanddab Harry.'The Program lasts until 9 P.M...After that the Studio comes on the air again with - various programs of interest and amusement. Write to your friends to listen for pain's in y~mr disappointments.'" KFWOI The power is 250 watts, and the wave length is 211.1 meters. Ask vurself if hateful thughts i ' i stinmlate you to be wiser, happier, Build it ~ith CONCRETE kinder, better ! !W PAYS IN THE LONG RUN "We'll tell the world!" Send the HERBERT R. BAKER. Cement Contractor Islander to your friends. Thank you. Phone 87-M , "Nothing But the Best" 350 METROPOLE AVENUE Subscribe now--S2 per year, field does not please him. >Vhy ?'" r , . , , ,. TUNE I N ON KFWO ! THE MUTT STATION " 'Ti,ue ,leaden, the pain of remem- ("Katalina For Wonderful Outings") brance,' said Albacore Jack. On the air daily from 5-6 P. M., with Studio Programs, fishing news, Island notes, etc. " 'There ain't no l)ain in renlem- At 7:30 P,M. KFWO puts on Porter's Famous Catalina Island Marine Band. Opposite Steamer Pier CHAS, R. GERMAN, PROP. We Never Turn the Gas Off: Here, Day or Night the Year Around--Satisfaction or Do Not Pay WATCH S ROW Charlie's Sandwich and Lunch Room III CATALINA SWORDFISH.TUNA REEL The Highest Grade Reel Ever Made--Guaranteed Forever Made in Three sizes: 4-0, 6-0, and 9-0 Patented J. A. COXE 411 Molino St., Los Angeles /