Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, November 10, 1927, Page 2, Image 2

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Thursday, November 10, 1997
VERNONIA EAGLE
THE CACTUS FLAT CATAMOUNT
VOLUME 1
LAURENCE LOCKNEY, Editor
NUMBER 24.
HONORABLE WILLIAM HOOTS I his massive head as impregnable as >
Bearcat Boone’s pet rattlesnake
ENDORSES CHICAGO MAYOR ' a stone wall. It is time to get ; was attacked by a California flea
back to the principals of our fa- • this week and was severely bitten
The Honorable William Hoots ! thers, who burned up everything
just behind the shoulder blades.
candidate for president, came out and everybody they didn’t* believe
Lawyer Lilikell, golf champion
in a strong and flatfooted state­ 1 in, and it is such leaders as Mayor
ment this week, in which he gives Thompson who are peculiarly fitted of the Sagebrush Belt make sev-
his unqualified
endorsement to | to guide the destinies of the nation eral sensational drives with the
spoon last Sunday
the soup
Mayor Thompson of Chicago, who in such an undertaking.”
course.
has entered into a heated cam­
Mrs. Rattlesnake
had the
paign to purge the citizenship of SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
l valuable
America from all British taint. Mr.
FROM COYOTE GULCH misfortune to break
| flower vase this week while re-
Hoots praised Mayor Thompson’s
Bassmouth Baker of Bullfrog
action in having a pair of bronze Buttes was in the Gulch this week proving her husband.
British lions removed from the for the purpose of laying in a■ Bearcat Boone, barbering der-
steps of the Chicago public library, new supply of chewing tobacco. | 1 mititian, is making arrangements
and recommends that a pair of the recent shower of rain having I to shave his household expenses.
lone American eagles be placed in | seeped through the cracks of the
STATE NEWS
their stead, to encourage the youth | palatial shack
on
his
mining
of the land to uphold all parts claim and soaked his tobacco up
The Honorable Roscoe Spilvens,
of the constitution
<
except the (so that it is all soggy and unfit who served a term and a half as
eighteenth amendment which is for mastication.
congressman, has been employed
to soap-box the state in favor of
not much in favor with Mayor
Hermides Houghton is contem- farm relief.
Thompson, Mr. Hoots said: “Were
it not for such gallant leaders as I plating putting up a stove in his
Sycamore Slim writqg from the
Mayor Thompson, Chicago would house before the icy blasts of win- little frontier village of Los An­
into
ter
strike
their
cruel
fangs
not be a safe place in which to
geles that front page murders in
live. I endorse his action in rid- ■ this section. Hermides has been that locality have dropped to three
sum-
i
cooking
out
in
the
yard
all
ding the library of books that do
a day.
not meet with his approval. I en­ mer, being one of these back to
nature
persons
and
not
possessing
NATIONAL NEWS
dorse his threat to burn them in
Wild Bill Mullens writes from
a pyre that will smell to high heav­ i a stove anyhow, but when the
en. The bulldog tenacity of that hower the other day put out his Chicago that as soon as the li­
upright and honorable
guardian fire right in the middle of a meal brary books have been "burned the
of the alw gibes him that indom-1 he started to looking around for law abiding citizens wilt make an
attempt to rid the city of witches
¡table courage to horn in where a a second hand stove.
cautious angel would pause to re­ | Miss Eloise Appleblossom recent- and heretics.
Hurd Howe writes fyom Wash-
connotire. Let us hope that the 1 ly underwent an examination for
ridicule piled upon him by the i appendicitis, which she was quite ington that President Coolidge
smokes cigars but that he doesn’t
newspapers of the land will find ' successful in passing.
I The Red Mill mine has been chew.
closed down for several days on
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
iaccount of running out of ore
It is with great and absorbing
and funds.
interest and eclay that ye editor
LOCAL NEWS
reports he receipt of
Millinger
Constable Twist Newton added I Moncrief’s new book
on
Child
another feather to his crown this 1 Psychology, published by Dumb
week when he apprehended a pair and Bell, Boston, at two dollars
1 of saxophone players.
LONG DISTANCE
a shot. The book is so much dif­
LOCAL AND TELEGRAPH
Mescal Bill says that there is ferent from the manner in which
| $5,746,386,844 in paper money in we were brought up that we got
| this country, and that the most of j many a good laugh while perusing
j it shows up in a 10-cent limit its pungent pages. Not many of
I poker game.
the citizens and residents of Cac­
Fatty Hooper, the grocer, says tus Flat and its environs and other
he would build a cement sidewalk outlying districts know anything
in front of his store, but he doesn’t about psychology in bringing
believe at this time that he is their several offsprings. They
able to carry so much overhead resort to the elm club, as
I underfoot.
their fathers before them
Bob Cutler went over to the thir fathers before that. The read­
Your telephone company, I hardware
store in the county seat ers of The Catamount have never
owned by a steadily | today to buy a dishpan to im- learned that when you want to
1 prove the music of his orchestra, get a boy to bring in a load of
growing list of individual j Hog-Eye Haines made a trip to wood that you simply tell him you
a want him to go fishing, so that
| San Francisco recently with
stockholders, has only truckload of truck from the sage- his spirit rebels and he immediate­
! brush Truck Gardens. On his re- ly goes out and brings in a big
one function to fulfill. | turn trip he brought back a truck- armfull of wood without any back
| load of truck for the Sagebrush talk. It is a good book and ye
That is to serve to the I Truck Gardens.
editor heartily agrees with every
best of its ability the ter­ 1 Lawyer Lilikell made another im­ word in it, although about two-
passioned speech at the Chamber thirds of the book didn’t mean
ritory in which it oper- | of Gonverse meeting the other any more ïo our understanding
night, which occasioned great ap­ than eeney-meeney-miney-mo. If
ates
plause among the three members the book does get a wide circula­
I present.
tion, however, we would suggest
Archimedes Puck was badly that a book alos be written for
choked last Saturday night while the child, telling the child how to
| endeavoring to negotiate a ham conduct himself while the intelli­
sandwich.
gent parent is learning to apply
A light shower fell in the Sage­ the new-found wisdom of psycho­
brush Belt this week during which logy. __ ________________
the aquidity of Alkali Lake was
ANOTHER LIE NAILED
reenforced bv several drops.
“I understand you barely escap­
ed when your house burned down,”
said Old Quib Skills to Miss Eu­
genia Lammermoor, today.
“That is quite untrue.” retorted
Miss Lammermoor. “I had my night
clothes on.”
Of All Your Christmas Shopping
We Serve
Distribution "Without "Waste
DELIVERY SERVICE
We are pleased to announce that a new delivery service has been in­
augurated. This makes the buying from Skaggs-Safeway both a saving
and an added convenience, and we sincerely hope you will take ad­
vantage of the opportunity we are offering to render you this up-to-
date service. If you are too busy to come to town, just phone 741 De-
liveries leave the store at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
This Store Will Be Closed All Day Armistice Day,
Safeway Savings For Sat. and Adonday, Nov. 12, 14
Should have the first consideration
100 Styles
Of Cards from which to choose
But because of early
depletion of some num­
bers, it may be impossible
to secure the one you most
desire if you wait any longer.
Order Now!
tad Be Satisfied
llrnuuiia îîaqlr
Miss Creme de Menthe called
in the chiropractor from the coun-
ty seat Tuesday to mend a rib in
her umbrella.
Mescal Bill went on a shopping
tour to the i county seat Mon lay
to look over the newest creations
in dog collars.
A wedding which was reported
as quiet was held in Cactus Flat
this week, when a couple of our
popular young folks got caught in
the tenacious grip of matrimony.
Ellis Poppin requests the Cata-
mount to announce that he will
be responsible for the removal
the remains of persons who
caught tapping his cellar.
Coffee
Potatoes
Safeway Blend
We blend
' ’ ' and
roast this high
grade Coffee from
the finest Coffees
the world produces
It is always fresh
as we grind it at
the time you make'
your purchase.
$169
100 b ™“
Safeway
Butter
Cabbage
Highest Quality
guaranteed
Large solid heads. Its
time to make kraut
48c
95c
Pound ..
Pounds
Per
Pound .............................
Beans
5
5 Pounds
10 Pounds
39c
73c
New Crop Franquettes
Large Size
Pounds
Canned
Fruits
Standard Quality
Peas, Beans, Corn and
Tomatoes
5
12 Cans
$138
Sunbrita
Cleanser
Cans ....
Soap
i
Catsup
Jelly Beans or Com­
mercial Chocolates
.............
Pounds
5 49
Candy
Pounds
Market Day
Special
59c
$138
$273
Cans
White Wonder
Maxium Brand, made
from choice ripe to­
matoes. Large size
bottles
19C 2
55c 5
10 Bars
Mrs. Stewart
39c
89c 2
Bottles
Bottles
25c
98c
Raisins
Vegetables
£und.........................
40-50 size
Pounds
Canned
asst, case
Cans ........ J?
«nwanaanBn
Prunes
12 Cans
Large size. Peach­
es, Apricots, Pine­
apple or Bartlett
Pears
3
Fancy Oregon
50c
Cans
29c
85c
Cans asst.
Hot Sauce
Oysters
3
55c
lb. Bag
Del Monte
American Beauty
Brand
Walnuts
Pounds
9
> 97c
Pounds
Red Mexican or small
White
Pounds
46c
$134
Rolled Oats
Our exclusive brand.
This is a real extra
quality spread
69c
.................
Pounds
Buckeye Brand, made
by Quaker Oats Co.
Oleomargarine
Long Grain
Poundu
ZC
Tropic Nut
Rice
10 Pounds
1
3
q
50 flS*............ 89c
Blue Rose
Bluing
Bottles
35c
The very rapid progress of our markets is really their best recom­
mendation. Nothing we can say will be half as important as the wide­
spread public endorsement they are no wgetting. Portland folks know
good meats and good service and they evidently
appreciate
these
things when combined with unequaled savings. If you haven’t started
depending on our markets for your meats let us urge you to try them.
Bacon
Picnics
Bacon Squares
2 to 4 lbs.
ART
Alf Stude went to the picture
show in the county seat last night;
at which time “Ben Hur” was
shown. Alf says it is a right good
picture, but he has every reason
believe that the chariot race
framed.
Smoked Picnics
5 to 8 Pounds
Per Pound
19c
Sauer Kraut
Shortening
Per Quark
15c
White Ribbon
furnish-
In making gingerbread the dough
en not too thin
mixture
taken from
When
15 to
from
letter tex-
m falling.
meat
f
bought, the left
med the next day in croquettes,
tuf fed peppers, stew.
r served
heed cold.
Gem
Netted
the spud of quality
Company
Christmas Cards
Yakima
Pure Cane
Oregon Telephone
SOCIETY PAGE
November
2
4
BULK MINCE MEAT
Lbs.
35c
Lbs. .
68c 2
Per Pound
Lbs.
Sugar Cured, While they Last
One-half
Per Pound
25c
0