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Thursday, September 29, 1927
THE CACTUS FLAT CATAMOUNT
LAURENCE LOCKNEY, Editor
tion last summer the band added a reduction of 25 per cent.
HORSES MUST BE
According to survivors the road
TRAINED WITH LOVE quite a bit to the noise of the
with a speech to the farmers of
South Dakota on culture. Hij next
speech will be to the students of
Harvard university on farm relief,
which will be followed by a speech
to the flood sufferers in the Miss
issippi valley on the conversation
of water for irrigation.
Cliff Gilmore said today that
his household would be under a
commission form of government
during a visit from his mother-in-
Mount c r. Mo?ec Was Not
£:nai, Says Explorer
Copenhngt n.—Mount Sinai, where
Moses gave the world the Ten Coin-
inandnients. Is not on the Sinai pen
insula, ns p<*pularly supposed, says Dr
Dltlef Nielsen, the famous Scandina
vian explorer and archeologist, who has
just returned from a survey of Egypt.
Palestine. Arabia and Trnns.lordanla
The holy mountains. Doctor Nielsen
states, are In the mountains of Edom
south of the Dead sea. In support of
which he submits scientific data, maps
and historical material.
Doctor Nielsen’s discoveries have
aroused interest In scientific, archen
logical and religions r’r ’-‘s The pre
else locality of the Biblical Mount
Sinai has long been h subject of » hiii
It has been asserted hv arch: <•!-
gists that the peninsula of !"r
barren, waterless desert roll’ I lev. i
s< ; >
have accummodatod 2.1
Nor does it contain a mouuiidn »• ‘U’
so sharply, they say, that its L . c
could be fenced In while It was easily
ascended, and Its summit could be
seen by a great multitude below, as
Biblical tradition Implied.
Garibaldi reports business and
State will improve Ashland-Klam
ath Falls highway early next year.
Low bid is $165,000 for 500,000
tons rock for Coos Bay federal
Columbia City to improve several
house party last Saturday night was
Buck Jones, who rides for the occasion.
one of the most brilliant social
movies, came out flatfooted in a
Mister and Missus Bearcat Boone functions of the season.
statement the other day, in which
Last Sunday Bearcat Boone won
he said that teaching horses with went up to the National Park Sun-
love and kindness always wins day to get away from the bilJ- second place in an argument with
Bureau of agricultural will open
the affection of the horse with boards.
his simple and unassuming ways,
SUMMER IS GENTLY
and before the editor of The Cac-
GLIDING INTO FALL
Spud Lumpkins writes from
New fish cannery to be built
Expression of Appreciation
tus Flat Catamount got through
The soft, misty haze of autumn
at Empire for 1928 use.
reading what Buck had to say on Whiskey Slide that his community is upon us. There are some per
We, the members of the First
the subject, we reached the con was terriorized for several nights sons who do not appreciate soft, Baptist church, colored, of Ver
Astoria—Cranberry harvest about
clusion that Buck could never be last week by a saxophone player. autumn haze, and for those persons nonia, wish to express our sincere
ready to open, with record crop.
Scotty MacPherson got too much we have only a feeling of wither appreciation to the citizens of Ver
induced to swear at even a govern
A $60.000 generals hospital to
ment mule. Kindness to dumb ani air in one of his tires this weelc, ing contempt, for soft misty haze nonia, Judd Greenman, the Ore •
be built at Grants Pass.
mals is an admirable trait, and we and he siphoned a part of it out is the best brand of haze on the gon-American
Grande Ronde will build new
remember one time when ws were for future use.
market today. Autumn
that and the many others whose gen
! t-chool to replace one burned last
young and romantic, how altruis
time of year when the leaves be- erous contributions and help have
tically we went about teaching a counterfeiting, has been retired gin to turn yellow, a dingy yel- enabled us to erect such a splen
Construction starts on Vale fed-
horse to love us by using a super from circulation.
low, which professional poets refer did church building.
eral reclamation project.
Miss Tootle Tatum has written to as golden. It is the time of
ior grade of kindness and an ex
A cordial invitation is extended
St. Helens—Salmon season opens
alted brand of trust. He was an a clever article on how to prune year when the backbone of the to all Vernonia folk to attend any
with heavy catch reported.
old range horse of the type known pears, an another clever article nation begins to cut cordwood for services held in the First Baptist
as outlaw. But we didn’t know on how to pare prunes.
Smokers started 34 fires and
winter, the while he wonders why church.
Bearcat Boone says Sid Chaplin he did not break even on his corn
that at the time. We thought he
sportsmen 17 fires in Deschutes
Free Methodist Meeting
was just a raw, rude horse from the is his favorite of the two com and spuds, Autumn is that time of
National forest this year.
The meeting held in the Mo oooooooooooooooooooocooooo
big open spaces. So we tried kind edians, because Sid can sit down year when the wild geese honk
Wheeler County will build Fos-
ness. We roped Old Hellfire, as we on a spiked helmet without calling high overhead as they flit to the Donald hall near the Riverview o
O sil-Kinzua road, 11 miles.
Pretty Indian Gtr.’s
afterward learned he was called, it art.
sunny south land. Those that do grocery is still in progress. Those
Centipede Clark smashed his ra not honk high are potted before who attend testify that they are
and snubbed him to a tree. Then
Butter. The market closed at
the interest is
San Francisco last Saturday with
and he quit launching and stood as his car over a load of hay.
92 score bringing 47
The word autumn has a mellow the best.
Minnehaha of Lougfellow’s po
Heck Tombs says he don’t mind sound, like ripe tomato, or glue.
We believe this rugged type of
still and acted as docile as Mary’s
pound. Eastern markets advanced
little lamb. A few paragraphs of to have a bee crawl over him, as The woods and the fields have a truth and the pure kind of religion
on short supplies of fancy but
today she would have many ri
love and kindness directed at him long as the bee keeps moving a- golden glow. The intoxicating ex being taught is what this town
ter and light receipts of all but
vals for the love of the brave
jí ter. Movement cut of storage was
soon convinced us that we had won head, but you can never tell when uberance of the golden glow of needs. You who feel a need, please
a place in the heart of this equine a bee is going to shift into re- the woods and fields has often driv come to the meeting at 7:30 p.m.
larger than last year and Decem
The Pacific Northwest has a
diamond in the rough. So we at verse.
ber future options at Chicago were
en strong men to poetry, It gets each night, and no doubt you will
number of these ludían ii »¡I<| m
“Henry Ford,” said Old Quib into the blood. There is a quite receive a spiritual uplift. Rev. D.
tempted to pat him gently on the
Among them is Princess Chris
advanced one cent. Pastures are
hip This, we subsequently learned, Skills today, “owes an apology to hushness about t!:c golden glow of L. Fenwick is a forceful and in-
fhm Sherwood of Wen. t.-tm,. t
short and concentrates higher than
full-blood Nez-I’ercv Spm.uui- li,
was a mistake. Old Kelly let fly fifteen million and one people. The' the woods and fields in autumn teresting preacher.
last year but htre is an abund
dlan girl. Pretty Silver Star of
Rev. Geo. G. Edwards
a pair of weather-beaten heels that one is Aaron Sapiro.”
ance of hay and silage in pros
that cannot be obtained at any
The residental section of Wild- price throughout the rest of the
Pendleton, of the Umatilla
had never missed their mark. He
Pastor of Free Methodist
pect in eastern dairy districts.
tribe. Is another. She was elect
kicked us in the face, which caus cat avenue has a more attractive year. Even the green of early
church, St. Helens.
Livestock. Lamb prices advanc
ed princess of Chief Peo post,
ed us to lose our equilibrum nnd appearance since Horsehide Hop- spring cannot compare with the
last week on moderate receipts
Card of Thank.
the only all-Indlan post of the
two teeth. Words could not ex kins’ house burnt down.
and good demand. Cattle markets
golden glow of autumn. So let it
press our feeling of disapproval.
were slightly unsettled but strong.
be. Autumn, with its soft, misty
A third Is "Little Fawn.” a
We used all the words we knew little frontier village of Los An haze and golden glow, is firmly and especially the pioneers of Ver
Eastern hog markets went lower
nonia for their kindness and beaut
at the time some of the most force gel es that Elinor Glyn made a trip upon us.
on heavy receipts.
iful flower offering in the illness
ful of which stood continued repet into the sewer the other day to
INTREPID SCHOOL BOARD
and death of our beloved mother.
ition, and then we only partly ex seek material for a novel.
“I do not choose to have a third
Signed: Nona Imbeck, Alma Urie,
BUYS MUCH EQUIPMENT
pressed our feeling of disapproval.
At the meeting of the board of and John, Bert and Reuben Roberts.
We patted Old Helly some more, cup of coffee.” said the Honorable
Doane for Dependability
If in doubt about a gift for a
but we did the patting with an William Hoots at breakfast the trustees of the Cactus Flat high
elm club. Since that day we have other morning; "but, if you don’t school, the budget for football
coming soon, let us sug Rebuilt Typewriter» and
confined our words of love to
gest a set of Christmas cards The
automobile equipment, gym equip- Chamberlain were each fined $2
things in general and sometimes to ond cup.”
122 3rd St.
Dee Kleine, who bought a new ment and what not equipment was Monday by Judge Reasoner for not Eagle has a large variety of samples 103 West Park
opposition presidents, but never to
Beacon 2050 Portland
dress for his wife a couple of¡approved and it was found that observing the school stop signs from which to choose.
Buck Jones says horses are not weeks ago, is still under suspicion. , there were still three dollars and while driving past with their cars.
Rufe Milo, who is studying elec 90 cents left over, which after
superhuman. but simply dumb
Theo. Kauppi and Roy Stafford
things. Well, we enjoy a local re trical engineering in college, re- much haggling, a decision was
fined $1 each for parking
putation for being rather dumb our- ceived quite a severe shock Tues- made to spend it for books.
too close to fire hydrants.
self, and we do not believe that day morning when he was struck
THE POLITICAL CRISIS
the whole output of human sym- by a truck.
Honorable William Hoots,
pathy should be recklessly squan-
double candidate for president, says: “Mc
dered on a horse, no matter how garage
harshly he has been treated by a stamps will be given with each Adoo may be right, but me and
car sold Saturday.
Al Smith are going to save the
Mat Hoke, who tried to outguess country even if it wrecks the party.
BAND WILL TOOT
his bootlegger, will be buried Sun-
Alf Stude says he is going to Largest Naval Vessel In World Is to
Have Deck Surface 900 Foet
support Hughes. Alf says the on
Another band practice will be day.
held next week and the editor of
Fatty Hooper, the grocer, ad- ly way he can ever get even with
The Catamount hopes that all of vertises that he has about ten the world is by a cancellation of
Boston.—The U. S. S. Lexington
the boys will be able to turn out, pounds of cheese left over from all debts, and Hughes is running largest and highest-powered naval
as a good band lends a note of season before last, and as it is get- on that ticket.
vessel In the world, will be ready tor
charm to a community’s progress, ting slightly shopworn, he will sell
The Hon. William Hoots opened her trials at sea within the next six
and in the Fourth of July celebra- it in large or small quantities at his campaign for the presidency months.
Final touches are being put on the
ship at the Fore River Shipbuilding
yards In Quincy. Muss., where slie was
launched two years ago. The vessel,
one of the queen ships of the United '
States navy, belongs tn the electrically
driven group that includes the U. S. S.
Maryland, West Virginia and Saratoga
The Lexington, like the Saratoga,
which was launched in the spring of
1925 at CaniiL n.
J., is un ulrplane
carrier. Originally these two vessels
were to have been battle cruisers
and ns such would have been among
FOR GOOD LAUNDRY WORK
the navy’s largest fighting vessels,
Due to the modification of the Amer-
I lean naval program decided on at the
We call and deliver TUESDAYS a
conference of tlie limitation of arma
FRIDAYS—Leave orders with S. Wei
ments the ships were converted to air
Tailor; Phone MAin 891
The interiors of the Lexington will
be quite different from the space
plans below decks on most naval ves-.
seis. There will be ample space to
store flying machines as well as eleva-!
tors and cranes with which to hoist
them up from below preparatory to
hopping off from the flying deck.
Because of the minimum deck ap
paratus the Lexington seems unusual
ly low In the water. The long sweep
of flying deck, broken only by a mas
sive combined funnel enclosure set
nt one side of the hull, resembles a
marine drill ground. Tlie elevators
are so constructed as to come flush
with the flying deck making an un
broken flying surface about 900 feet
long. The elevators are capable of
hoisting the largest type naval planes.
A secret contrivance is set on the deck
floor to stop landing airplanes within
a distance of several hundred feet.
This equipment is said to be fool proof
nnd to prevent possibility of any mis
hap In landing during a rough sea.
Tlie ship's armament In nddltion to
the 106 airplanes which she enrries.
consists of eight 8-lnch .50 caliber
long-range rifles nnd twelve 5-inch .50-
callber anti aircraft guns capable of
warding off destroyers as well as ene
my aircraft attacks. These latter
guns nre placed In groups of three at
strategic points about the ship which
facilitates «oncentrnted and accurate-
l.v directed fire as well as rapid sup-
ply of ammunition.
The flying deck will accommodate
at one time the entire ship's comple
ment of set-up airplanes and still
leave sufficient room for a take off.
Near the bow is a newly adopted de
vice for launching seaplanes.
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