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hE CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE NINE SPORT CLOTHEs 4ADE TO ORDER AS WELL AS SUITs FOR UREsS Clothes Do Not SAYS i (Suns ine Psychology Service) "Beware of tile so-called angler who tells you where the fish are, while he goes in the oposite direction." "Tile StlCCCSS/tl] sportsman is the man who never forgets that he is a gentle- 1 lan, whether he catches fish or not. "Substantial Inogress means an evo- lution of the mind as well as evolution of tile body." "Science becomes a real benefactor SHOES White a g Stand get a few thoughts in his mind that made him discontented with his home ~rs, C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist life." AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty to mankind when it scientifically re- Blake the Man ,.o, es brutal impulses, desires al,('l 121e- but they do help him to desires and motives that produce un- lt'~ L~ LJ~J ~ake good impressions, selfish lluman acts; acts of kindness that bring joy, happiness and content- There is satisfaction in al- n/ent to others." Ways appearing well dressed. "The man with tile least desire for SUits made at City Prices. luxuries seems to be most contented and happy. Take the average young- ' /~k"~E" T'~~'~ Vt ster, for instance, give him a stick, blARTIN HALL threa,,, bent pin and a wornl, and he remembers that pleasant fishing day Merchant Tailor for many years afterward. ])on't you Avalon California think so ?" "Life isn't ranch of a problem to the I Sp, nlen and women who have learned to rella Corsets those desires that are selfish, -Various Styles Spirella Girdles ' spiteful and hate-breeding. There is a I difference in forgetting and suppress- Brasseries ing desires. That is, there is a differ- ence in the motive." Children's Waists I What Is Advertising? " 'Troubles' arc states of conscious- Authorized Corsetlere ] ness. Selfishness, spitefulness and ~/~ , , I hatefulness arethreestates ofcon- I rs.O.F, fiutdmger] , s, scmusness thatcausemore trouble Ground Floor Avalon Inn [ -than any mental process known to 309 Beacon Street, Avalon I psychologists. Surgery will aid bodily .11 aihnents, but a distorted mental con- ~The/ St. Louis Sporting News is OO dition can only be regulated if the mo- tive to do so is sufficiently strong ~e at Windle's Ne~s Stand. enough in the mind of the person. Don't think SO?" , (2atalina will give you the rest of vou YOur life. Come to Catalina. "An European chemist announced method of them all. last week that he had succeeded in ex- tracting payingquantities of insulin What does advertising do for you?--All advertising is in- tended to create good will for the product or service adver- ON KEEPING ON" from codfish." tised. Your advertising should create good will for your i store throughout your trading aera and thereby increase ! When a traveling compnmon re the volume of your business or your amnual turn-over. sl)icuous by carrving a big fish up the I ~'tdd "save money" by cutting dwnals a street--whether hc caught it or not." THE. CATALINA ISLANDER I mt ttdvertising, Mr. Wrigley re- 'For CatMina and Catalina'a People All the Time" [*P~laded: 'One little bit of wisdom we read lWQPre making fine trip It I1 tiara tLis2 train. How much progress the other day was: 'The surest way to AVALON. CATALINA ISLAND. CALIFORNIA acquire lasting popularity is to forget ~Lt[~ You think we should make if yourself and think only of the wants " ] mtY took off the locomotive?" of others.' " U "Thinking of the wants of others doesn't mean 'give others all they PENS want!' You'd (tie in the poorhouse, PAPER Don't you think so ?" PENCILS "Which reminds us of the man wtm PADS " said that he was going to go fishing, I ENVELOPES and had a wife who wanted to go to the theatre. She told her husband that I At Wnde his fishing was all in his mind, 'cause i I ~S he ne,'er caught anything anyway. And the man went to the theatre to