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November 25, 1925

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raE CA AL NA , ) PAGE NINE ! One of the mostir~terestingoutings I uggestins. ., . ,, .Hlida . ,,,, at Cat.alina is the trip from Avalon to the tsthmus, over the old stage road. The Catalina Jaunting Car Company ~ ~ ~.)~~ ~~ { ![ operates two Pierce Arrow automobiles l " i' and makes the trip daily.,, Below fol- lows a few 'impressions that have been noted by enthusiastic visitors who have taken this outing recently: s~ Round Grill 4~ "In all the world no ride like this." Servants . cup $PercoL.,, --William Kennedy' Matawan' N" J" / ~~Oct. 31, 1925. J "The most wonderful trip I ever cisco,tk'"--Mrs" Chas. Zemon, San Fran-calif., Oct. 31, 1925. [ 9"cup ~23.~0an Urn ofT OU: ~ [ "It was indeed a pleasant trip." I. ~ook~n~,.dr[le*~,-(,! O. Wugeh, St. Louis, Oct. 31, 1925. "Four and one-half hours of revela- ,~ meals cooked right at the [ fion and enjoyment.' E. Hancock, table. Sold on easy : Long Beach, Calif., Nov. 1, 1925. ments. AlummsU~.TsD~sh~ i "A beautiful drive, and very well worth the price."--Major Wells, Lon- don, Eng., Nov. 5, 1925. ~~., ". :1: hank:! "A lovely .drive. Fine driver added i t.o enjoyment." Mrs. E. Cameron, Av- alon, Calif., Nov. 5, 1925. , 'A wonderful scenic drive. '--M. Witkan, Berkerly, Calif., Nov. 5, 1925. 'W'ords cannot express the excel- lence of the trip to the Isthmus." I __ Myles Bergland, Chicago, Ill., Nov. I ro at'O S .00T r $13. -' .... 6, ,1925. ] i] 'Have taken many drives in other AVALON RADIO AND ELECTRIC SHOP countries, as well as the good old U. S.A. This one is very beautiful, and Telephone 133-W 607 CRESCENT AVENUE i ' i teous and cautious."--Gertrude H. ~ Bl,odgett, Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1925. lvalonM 'This has been a wonderful drive, ~ FOR SALE EASY TERMS never to be forgotten. Driver careful and courteous."--Mabel J. Keeler, Bur- ] LOT ON EAST AVALON TERRACE. EXCELLENT LOCATION. l r t falo, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1925. l ABOVE AMPHITHEATRE [ lifor 'This is one of the most delightfuli A. L, LAURANCE i drives I ever took. It is well worth the price."--Albert Bell, Kascinsko,/ ATWATER HOTEL. BUIL.DING / 'A wonderful trip, and a driver that gets over the road. To the initiated f Phone Avalon 16-J Phone San Pedro 1310 '1 no~hing further need be said, to the / uninitiated take the trip."--H. R. I Avalon, Cal. San Pedro, Cal.'/ De,,nnis, Long Beach, Cal, Nov. 8, 1925. This has been one of the most I Palm and McLin Funeral Home [ wonderful trips that I have taken in " [ JAMES and McMINN, Representatives of Avalon Branch [ ~ ~2 ~lsf@ !!lm'As'l~'llnti~" ~""ial~ e l uonecolmnendbecausebeautifulwhere, all1925.'This my of the and hie. it and drive our iSbest iton unique Howard is driver, American II especially have consider to Mr. Maeey, known." be territory, found interesting Hauer, the Nov. most Tas- ally- as 8, [ I "r~" Arrangements TUNE (llK&tRllna IN ON madeKFWO for For Private Wond.rful 1 THE Ambulances MOTT Outings') on STATION the Mainland. ~J R. IV[. HEYWOOD. SEClIWlt'A~y ker L. Oddie (U. S. Senator). Nov 10, The station schedule has been revised and is a,s follows: Daily: 12:15, 1:15 INS ANCE Fire, Accident, Compensation, Life, Theft. Etc. , Representing only Reliable Companies J. E. MATHEWSON, Avalon LECTRICIAN E. CAMERON 336 Metropole Av. Ph. 96-M" Office 212 Metropole Ave. Agent Morris Electric Signs Bungalows & Rooms I For Rent at Reasonable Prices Martha E. Glidden, Proprietor (Mrs. Seth Glidden) LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE NOVEMBER ~h 26 ........ 12:02 6:37 . 1:09 7:07 0.6 .6i2 0,5 4,7 27 ........ 12:43 7 1:54 7:57 0g 28 .......... I: 76j15 --"0.12:35 R4'i; I1~ 29 .......... 1. 3:14 125 6.7 --0.6 4,5 ~[ 30 .......... 2 8:52 3:$0 10:07 1.8 6.6 ----0.64.4 ~, DECEMBER ~tt 1 .......... 3:00 9:20 4:26 10:49 ~,. 2.1 6.5 ----0.,5 4.2 ~ 2 ......... f3:29 9:49 $:02 11:32 2.4 6.2 ---0.3 4,0 Tides are placed In order of occurence. ~ompszison will show high and low. /-light figures a. m., black tiguru p. In. 1925. "A beautiful ride, and the most thrilling l've ever had."--Mrs, Win. Banfield, Steubenville, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1925. "The thrills are fine, the views are great ; But I'm glad I'm back on this self same date l Friday, the 13th, Nov.1925." --Wilda Banfield, Steubenville, Ohio. It Pays to Advertise A hen is not supposed to have Much comnlon sense or tact, Yet every time she lays an egg She cackles forth the fact. and 6:30-7:30, the splendid St. Catherine Hotel Orchestra, under the able leadrship of Jess Franklin, by remote control from the Moat residence. Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays: Miss Hewitt's "Golden Hour" studio programmes. Sunday Nights: The special concert in the lobby of the St. Catherine, by Jess Franklin's Orchestra. i it IT PAYS IN THE LONG RUN HERBERT R. BAKER. Cement Contractor Phone 87-M "Nothing But the Best" 350 METROPOLE AVENUE Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Speciahy A rooster hasn't got a lot Of intellect to show, But none the less most roosters have Enough gQod sense to crow. The nmle, the most despised of beasts, Has a persistent way Of letting folks know he's around By his insistent bray. The busy little bees they buzz, Bulls bellow and cows moo, The watchdogs bark, the ganders quack And doves and pigeons eo.o The peacock spreads his tailand squawks, Pigs squeal, and robins sing, And even serpents know enough To hiss before they sting. But man, the greatest masterpiece That nature could devise, Will often stop and hesitate Befor he'll advertise. --By Ellis Hayes. HE TAU(iHT DANCING LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT BALLROOM--BALLET--------STAGE --AT-- RATES Ballroom Dancing - $2.00 per lesson Ballet Dancing, private lessons, $2.50 Ballet Dancing, class lessons, $1.00