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Thursday, January 26, 1928
all hung at nearly the same level used.
so that they do not form a jumbled
To prevent a cake from scorching
LAURENCE LOCKNEY, Editor
Doc Horsecollar made a trip to• line. Each picture is best when suit a dish of water is' placed in the
•the cemetery this week to look ed to the room in which it hangs, oven while the cake is baking.
BEARCAT BOONE ESCAPES
to an innumerable number of in the plans for a new and original over his patients,
as well as to the other pictures.
DEATH BY A MIRACLE finitesimal atoms!
hot dog stand. It will be made of
In period rooms, sometimes glass,
dogwood and covered with bark. ; Rooms having
68 hour service to Chicago, May 1.
HEARD ON OUR STREETS
Bearcat Boone had a frightful
paper look best with no pictures. flowers are used as mere designs.
“That oldest boy of mine, the
accident the other day in which he
V mirror or textile
hanging is Painted or gilded seed pods, wax
lost his temper and almost his life,
often desirable. Etchings or draw- or artificial flowers are no longer foot mill to be built on Menefee
Only the intervention of circum-
ngs supply interesting line and being used.
stances saved him from an un Mescal Bill, “has the hardest time. boot loads of swamp mud.
pattern in rooms where much color
A track meet was held recently is used.
timely grave. Only by the fraction makin’ hisself understood of anyj
l emergencies to paint over cuts. A
-------- - I ever see. He stutters, an’ ......
near Whiskey Slide, at which the
of an inch is he among us today. , person
A dull, monotonous room is made toothpick covered with cotton may bonds for better fire protection.
Bearcat went up to the tall tim he garbles his words, an’ he gur- section crew drove several spikes, uteresting by use of colorful pic- be used as a swab, but is never
Medford—10-story business block
gles, an' lisps so that a person
ber to ent a log to make a flag
( lures on the walls.
I used the second time or put back is
THE POLITICAL CRISIS
planned, to cost $325,000.
pole to put up in front of his bar kain’t never tell what he’s tryin’ I
Constable Twist Newton’s
ber shop to be used to flaunt Old
“What are you going to do about bas been chasing the Widow Flan-
Glory in the ’ faces of his custo-
almost ready to harvest.
| ders’ chickens, which will furnish orm a harmonious unit. They are essary an antiseptic
mers on legal holidays and other
Guess a live issue for the next campaign.
events of importance. His eye set-i.,,, ,
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tied on a big sequoia about two
feet thick, which he figured would
The blacksmith sat down upon
make a jim dandy and magnificent
a red-hot horseshoe this week,
LAW AND ORDER
flagpole if he had any way to get
which impressed him deeply.
Judge Slewcum this week handed
it to town. He contemplated it
Rattlesnake Ike has received a
from every angle and got up quitj down an opinion on household econ shipment of new bottles for the
a sweat while endeavoring to figure omy which was reversed by his spring trade.
out how long it would take to wife.
Cliff Gilmore was arrested today MISTER HECK TOMBS WILL
chop it down. But his better judge
FACE AN ANGRY WIFE
M c M innville
ment prevailed, as Bearcat never for operating a wheel-barrow with-
L Qx>d Goode,
Heck Tombs made one of the
was a good hand at hard work like out a driver’s license.
Wild Bill Mullens writes that greatest mistakes of his career
swinging an axe, so he centered his
affections on a slim cedar about Chicago is getting so tame lately last week, and one that he will
three inches thick. He hacked for that you will occasionally find a probably remember for a long time
considerable of a spell on the man who has quit carrying a gun. to come. Heck went to San Fran
cisco and intended to come back
cedar and it finally tumbled down,
BUSINESS AND FINANCE
in two or three days but instead
ye gods! it fell astride his manly
Alf Stude made another finan of that he is there yet and he
frame and squashed him to earth
cial venture this week when he wrote his wife a few days ago that
with the force of its terrible im
asked for credit at the grocery he was visiting at the home of
pact. Bearcat got up cussing a
the minister who used to live in
blue streak and vowing to high
Scotty Macpherson had a couple Cactus Flat, but who sought pas
heaven that he would split that
of valuable angle worms left over tures greener a coup!-.' of years
tarsal tree up into kindling wood.
from last year’s fishing
season,, ago, having six months’ back sal
Wl»ile he was in this frame of
which he is offering for sale at a ary coming to him, which hasn’t
meed his eye again alighted on
been paid as we go to press. Vis-
tba giant sequoia that he had at
first considered as his meat. Pro
right to his wife until this morning
vidence had been kind to him and
Miss Rosie Rootentoot announces
ha realized that he had escaped that skirts will be one Inch longer when she went over to gossip for
death only by a hair’s breath. If this spring, to make allowance for an hour or two with Mescal Bill’s
wife, where she learned that Mrs.
he had carried out his orlginal March winds.
Mescal Bill had received a letter
plan the mighty sequoia
from the minister’s wife
have been the tree to fall on him
SCIENCE AND ART
and it would have smashed him in-
Archimedes Puck has completed said that they moved away from
San Francisco three months’ ago.
If any of the Catamount readers,
who have any sympathy for a fel-
low mortal in distress, should hap-
pen to meet Heck before he gets
back, you will be doing a kind act
ONE DOLLAR iwll buy—
by helping him to fix up a good
story. He will need it.
THE CACTUS FLAT CATAMOUNT
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LOCAL AND TELEGRAPH
New Telephone Directory
The Oregon Telephone Company Will issue
a new Directory on or about March 1st, 1928,
and all persons or firms desiring a change in
present listing, or intending to have a tele
phone installed and have their name appear
in the New Directory, should call at the tele
phone office immediately.
It is our desire that the new Directory be ac
curate in every detail and contain all the informa
tion possible relative to ou» subscribers.
Oregon Telephone Co.
FINNEY Of THE FORCE
FINNEY OF THE FORCE
By F. O. Alexander
0 Wörtern Newspaper Unlirt
TO NATIVE HEATH
The citizenship of Cactus Flat
was deeply and profoundly grati
fied this week to learn that Punk
Frost had returned to pay his old
home village a visit after having
been absent some three or four,
years, the most of which time was
put in large cities where he pick
ed up quite a cosmopolitian air and
a variety of brag. Punk greeted
his fellow citizens in a friendly,
although a superior manner, and
I—jressnd them auite fervently with
his wealth of knowledge concern
ing elevated trains and boarding
houses with hot water piped right
square into the room where a
feller slept. Punk happened to i run
into Cliff Gilmore today,
whom he borrowed a dollar when
he left on his tour of tho country,
He promised to pay the dollar
back if he culd get a job in Cac-
tus Flat at decent wages, Cliff
said he didn’t mind the dollar so
much, but he doesn’t care to be
high-hatted by a fellow with holes i
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