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Thursday, December 8, 1927
THE CACTUS FLAT CATAMOUNT
A quartette from Squaw Valley
Feeding The Dairy Cow
' grains should be ground before
| rendered several selections on our
LAURENCE LOCKNEY, Editor
Number 28 streets last Saturday night, accom-
The dairy cow’s feed i^iuire-
I panied by Bearcat Boone’s hound
Hog Cholera Control
REASONS FOR EDITORIALS i course of time he may become ed- mg Bearcat a fool prefixed with a
ments can best be supplied in win
ter by means of hay, silage, roots,
Hog cholera is still a persistent
| ucated sufficiently to understand neat adjective. Then the fur flew.; Among those who enjoyed
There has been a copious raft of things in the same high-minded way Rattlesnake hit first, but ineffect- earthquake at Santa Barbara the and grain. Properly cured legume and annoying disease, but its con
discussion pro, con and otherwise that we do. He may learn to look ive. Bearcat shut both eyes and other day were Mr and Mrs the hays, such as alfalfa, clover, vet- trol is on a practical basis. The in
Rat ches, soy beans, and cowpeas, are creasing use of concentrated, clear
concerning the reasons for editor on both sides of a question the waded in. They were finally parted tiesnake Ike
well suited for feeding to dairy serum promises to be an Important
ials in newspapers. Some persons same as editorial writers have been by Pro/. Flyleaf Adkins, who told I
A cleverly executed shower fell’
think editorials ought to be a taught to believe that they do.
them both right smack to their fac-' in our midst again this week, pro- cows, as they are high in both pro help in controlling the disease. In
tein and assimilable minerals and addition to its other desirable qual
part of the regular makeup of the I Without editorials this country es that they were originally merely
fusely ilustrated with thunder and they are also very palatable. Silage ities, clear scrum keeps for about
newpsaper, while others seem to | ' would be a wilderness, fit only for a protoplasm, and neither one of lightning.
and stored root crops supply suc- three years as compared wi.I. ,«o
think that the whole nuisance ought ' the habitation of the coyote and them had strength enough left to
| Archimedes Puck, architect, hasjculent roughage feeds during the years for the ordinary whole-blood
to be abolished. The Catamount [ jack rabbit, while today, under wallop the Prof, for his insulting
finished drawing the plans for a1 period when no green grass is avail serum, which is an advantage '.n
stands up for the editorial. With-! the stimulating influence of the language. __________________
[bridge for Mescal Bill’s fiddle and
able. They are of special value in storing the product for use in em
out the editorial how could we editorial column, the corn and the
keeping the cow’s digestive system ergency outbreaks.
take a good, fair and square rap I ' wheat and the college pennant wave I Alf Stude stubbed his toe the wi'1 ask for bids on same.
at some fellow who has done us in the, so to speak, breeze, and other day hwile trying to walk in| Wall-Eyed Watkins, a cowpunch in good working order and in stim
the straight and narrow path.
Great Northern has about c! .-ed
dirt or maybe who doesn’t belong I , crime no longer exists.
er from the Diamond-A ranch, was ulating the milk flow. Corn, oats,
to our political party, or else who[
in town today to buy a shirt to barley, and kafir are examples of rail gap from Bend to Chemul* on
Mescal Bill’s corns have been THE HIJACKER MUST STOP
hasn’t got sense enough to see
take the place of one which was1 farm-grown grains commonly used Southern Pacific line to Kia nath
HIS NEFARIOUS GAME practically rent to pieces when a for feeding dairy cows. All of these Falls.
things our way at all? We ask this troubling him quite peskily since
Once more the Catamount feels i wild steer got his range.
question in all innocence and after the fall rains started to raining,
due and deliberate hesitancy we and he doesn’t know just what to that it must shoot a quiver full of,
reply: We can’t. We have got to do about it. He says he has eaten stinging darts at the hijacker, who [ NOTICE OF CALL OF BONDS
have an outlet for our finer” sensi- two Ballons of corn syrup but it is still operating in our golden com-!
bilities or we might blow up and hasn’t helped his corns any to monwealth, even though it has been
x, . »• . ,
. holders of the following bonds of
frequently intimated that there is ■
the City of Vernonia, Columbia
no real need for him and that so- County, Oregon;
With our far-stretching and stub- AGE-OLD QUESTION
ciety could get along just as well
born editorials we are helping to
Bonds No. 8, 9, and 1C of sewer
IS STILL UNSETTLED
mold the thought of the nation, ac
improvement bonds, dated January
AS WE GO TO PRESS
The hijacker goes about like a
cording to the molders, but at the
1, 1925, said bonds being in de
same time, as molders of national
Rattlesnake Ike lost a couple of I raging lion, seeking whom or what nomination of $500 each; All of the
thought, we do not care to be given teeth and Bearcat Boone had a ever he may devour or imbibe. No above bonds being redeemable at!
is safe from his rapa- 7C'"
credit for the spread of jazz music, valuable pair of ribs caved in this bootlegger
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of said city
3 on Jan., 1,1
and of the popularity of rum par week while trying to settle the the cious forays. He takes without warn- 1928.
That pursuant to said option,'
ties—which is a great part of the ory of the creation of man. Rattle
said bonds will be redeemed within
thought of our nation—cannot be snake said that man was first bootlegger has spent hours and . 30 days from the date of this no
traced directly to ®ur molding. created out of creek bottom mud, hours in ageing for the trade. Helti
tice, to-wit: On the First day of
But we, as editorialists, take a mod mixed with clay, while Bearcat held steals into the sacred haunts of January 1928, upon presentation to
est pride in the astounding fact that man was made out of blue
the City Treasurer.
that we mold public opinion, and swamp mud, which is the outstick- makes away with that upon which
In case the holders of said bonds
never lose an opportunity to tell ingest mud in the world. The con the whole future of the hard-work ‘ fail 4<> present same at the time
the world of our achievement, Ed- versation waxed rife after a few
There is no crime in tht calendar ' and place mentioned herein for
itorials inspire. They educate. They words had been exchanged, and
the redemption thereof, then the
cause folks to think—so we have Bearcat scored heavily when he that compares with the crime of , interest thereon ssall cease and the
been informed. Every person should called Rattlesnake a fool. Rattle
agency aforesaid will thereafter
snake, came back, however, by call- It is worse than treason. It is ■ pay only the amount of such bond
worse than any crime that has ever
been committed in the history of and the interest accured thereon
our country. It is almost as bad up to the said first day of Jan
* ry .
driving a car from the back seat.
NEW 8ATTERIES $9.85
I Dated at Vernonia, Oregon on
this 1st day of December, 1927.
FALL RAINS SWAMP
CREEKS TO OVERFLOW i
J. C. Lindley, Treasurer,
City of Vernonia, Ore.
The heavy and light rains that'
Now is the time of year your battery should be
Director Home Service Bureau
have fallen in and around our midst
kept fully charged and in tip top shape.
in the past two weeks have been
Residents living in the vicinity of
the direct means for several of our any street light that has gone out
Your battery recharged, painted acid
famous creeks and gulches to reach ere requested to report the fact
proof, paint and acid adjusted, all for ..
the rampage stage and as a con- to the Marshal. Co-operation in
sequence lots of good water is this matter will be appreciated and
Radio batteries and others not requiring
< Sperry Drifted Snow Flour J
rushing to trickle its way merrily. will assist the light man in keeping
removal of installation in car
to the sea.
i the City properly lighted.
While Mud creek is up it is a
Sperry Flour Children’s Hour, KEX
Rent batteries, per day
good opportunity for our citizens
to avail themselves of a bath. It
will be too cold soon to even think
of such a thing, and there is noth
ing more soul-satisfying than to
start the winter clean in body and
We undcrstand that there are
people in some of the bigger towns
who have had installed tubs in their
homes so that they can take a bath
whenever they want and without
waiting for the spring rains. This
mode of procedure is commendable
and the Catamount trusts that the
day is not far distant when the cit
izens of Cactus Flat will also be
enabled to have a tub in each and
every individual home and that the
Saturday night bath will become as
popular in the Sagebrush belt as it
is in the apartment houses in the
bigger and more ostentatios cities. !■
This idea of waiting for spring
to come to take a much needed bath
may sound romantic to those who !
yearn for the large wide spaces, but
it has its drawbacks. Sometimes'
when the rains hold off all winter i
and the snow doesn’t start to melt
During the Winter Months when Heavier Feed
in the high mountains until along
ing is necessary, you can be sure of uniform quality
about the first of June, the idea
of one’s waiting for one’s bath
begins to grow monotonous to one.
We state without fear of contradic-
tion that from October to June is
too long to go without a bath.
you are cordially invited
o¿9to write Martha Meade
regarding any problem in
cooking, table decoration
or menus. She is at your
service without any ob
ligation •••• Call on her
freely. Sperry cook book
Old Batteries Taken in Trade
S perry F lour Co
is a Wonder
Vernonia Trading Co.
Circus and indoor Carnival
In New Legion Hall
Dancing, Days of ’49 Revived
Lots of Fun
Sponsored by American Legion
Mrs. Lucy Blum passed away
Thursday, following a successful
operation by Doc Horsecollar.
Snag Simms lost a valuable toe
while duck hunting this week, on
account of having his shotgun
pointed the wrong way when it
Politics are a little quiet in Cal
ifornia since the mayoralty election
in San Francisco, and even Mount
Shasta has stopped throwing mud. I
A group of local young fellows
who throw their hats in the air
and yell like a band of wild Indians
whenever there is a football game,
have organized themselves into
club to put down radicalism
AROUND OUR TOWN
Bearcat Boone lost his temper
again Tuesday when he was kicked
by a mule.
Cube Root, who recently took up
the study of art, advertises that
he has several used brushes and a
few partial tubes of paint, which
he will sell cheap, with a eomplete
set of instructions on how to
Quite a bit of excitement
occasioned in the county seat
other day when a juryman was
covered who admitted that he some
times expressed an opinion.
Full details to be given
at our show rooms
Friday, Dec. 16.
Crawford Motor Co