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November 25, 1925

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IISVSB 3DAq PAGE EIGHT Records on, CUTTYHUNK LINES ,~:(ZANE GREY'S World Record Tuna, 758 pounds, .... - on Ashaway 36-Thread Line. r. GiL/.gSPiE ~j, ow holds the worlds record /or Broadbill Sword- ~., 571 pounds, taken on an Ashaway 24-thread line. WILLIAM E. LINCOLN, Record Jew Fish, 542 pounds, on [~ Ashaway 18-Thread Line I ASHAWAY LINE AND TWINE MANUFACTURING CO. L ASHAWAY, RHODE ISLAND , Your tour of California Should Include Visit to .... . . Soe.,c T.p Wort. W.,,e ii EXAMINATION for POSTMASTER .o From the H~Jult ~ Ls A]m~eles thrugh ii Beautiful Pasadena and Altadena ou T L WE T ': /I1 N A N ii and Cottages Excellent Accomodations at Reasonable Rates ii ii Secure Illustrated Folders at Information Bureaus |i PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY H i.: O. A. SMITH, Passenger TrafiSc Manager, Los Angeles ii NOW DOING OUR OWN CLEANING AT OUR OWN PLANT IN AVALON. _ .$.pecial attention given to Fine Silks and Linens--All ironed by hand. ONE DAY SERVICE IF DESIRED -. In at 9 a. m.--Out by 5 p. m. - .... B. Re,SCOTT "A BOOST WILL HELP" ATWATER HOTEL BUILDING PHONE 60-JSUMNER AVENUE Tarpon, Tuna, Deep Sea or Ocean Reel The Reel That Made the Taking of Large Game Fish a Real Sport FOR SALE BY H. D. MacRAE COMPANY, AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND TUFTS-LYONS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES B. H. DYAS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES ELLERY ARMS COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO OR 'ANY OTHER DEALER, OR DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER, Yom 92 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK ~AYAL.OlUK NO. 111 BENT ON 'REQUEST. To fill the vacancy in the position of postmaster in this city, the United States Civil Service Commission has announced, at the request of the Post- master Gener'M and in accordance with an order of the President, an open competitive examination. The appli- cations must be filed at Washington, D. C. not later than December 15, 1925. The salary for the Imstmaster at Ava- lon is $2,700 per year: To be eligible for the examination, an applicant nmst be a citizen of the United States, nnlst reside within the delivery of this post office, must have so resided for at least two years next preceding the examination date, must i be in good phvsical condition, and within the prescribed age limits. Both "_.: men and women are admitted. ii Under the terms of the Executive [H orderl the Civil Service "Commission J will certify to the Postmaster-General the names of the highest three quali- fied eligibles, if as many as three are qualified, and the Postmaster-General will select one for nomination by the President. Confirmation by the Sen- ate is the final action. Applicants will not be required to assemble in an examination room for scholastic tests, but will be rated on their education and business training and experience. The Civil Service Commission will make inquiry among representative local business and pro- fessional men and women concerning the experience, ability, and ,character of each ~pplicant, and will assign rat- ings upon the evidence secured. Nothing will be permitted to appear in the evidence upon which ratings are assigned which might even suggest the political affiliation of any candi- date. Full information and application blanks mav be obtained from the sec- retary of "the local board of civil-ser- RS(II4A.lgl 3HT THE CATALINA ISLANDEB rq DAILY SERVICE S. S. "CATALINA" Lv. Wilmington .... 10:00 a.m. Ar. Avalon ........... 1,2:05 p.m. Lv. Avalon .............. 3:45 p.m. Ar. Wilmington .... $:45 p.m. (Wilmington Transportation Company reserves the right to change schedule without notice). J. N. STEWART 4 TraH/c Vice-President LYLE PENDEGAST vice evaminors at the post office in this city. or from the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, D.C.Attorney at Law THE CATALINA ISLANDER 622 Stock Exchange Buildittg Handsome date palms have been 639 So. SPRING ST. planted in the concrete holders built Los Angeles Phone VAndike 9% for them on the beach front at the Hotel St. Catherine. They present a fine appea'rance now, which will be ERNEST WINDLE enhanced by their .,tn,-e growth. NOTARY PUBLIC THE CATALINA ISLANDER It is announced that the Ford Motor Legal Documents Car Company has bought a twenty- Promptly Executed acre tract at \Vihnington, upon which NewsStand,Opp. Bo0s Br0s. GafeteriS to build a large assembling plant, __~ where over 2(}00 men will be employed. " PIPES! PIPES! To Suit Every Smoker Smokers Requisites of Every Discription ACCIDENTAL leaks st(q,ped immediately ! No delays--no disap- pointments ! Action Y That is theby word here. Your phone S. O. S. will bring an ex- pert plumber at once. one who is capable of m e n d i n g any pipe break permanently. "'A Perfect Service" Carl W. [;arson We also carry a full line of Fan" cy Box Candy, which we are pre" pared to ship or mail for you. Los Angeles prices prevailing THE CATALINA ISLANDEB AND THE LOS ANGELES DALLY PAPERS HERE EVERY DAY Magazines for Everybody Post Cards and Souvenir Books all the latest WINDLE'S NEW5 STAND Opposite Boos Brs. Next S. C. 1. Co.'s Office "v.- I' _s,b .45_ I J.o9 %40 I'