Miscellany: Jun. 24, 1929

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In Marshfield, Ore., a cougar leaped to the back of a cow belonging to Farmer W. J. Ocheltree. When it leaped off again to attack him, Farmer Ocheltree kicked it four times in the face, made it run. Then he dogged, treed, shot it.


In Paris, a Mile. Louise Monpeil bade goodbye to friends, drank a "death cocktail" concocted as follows: two parts ink, one part corn remover fluid, two parts industrial alcohol, an olive. The friends gave her an emetic, reproved her.


In Indiana, the National...

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