1937/TALL/TALES/GAZETTE/HATHAWAY/JONES/TALL/TALES/FESTIVAL/BAGNELL/OREGON/ON-LINE/UNDERGROUND/NEWS/PUBLICATION/ELLENSVILLE/1937

FRONT PAGE HEADLINE NEWS

SUDDEN DARKNESS
on the RIVER TRAIL
! ! !


article by;
Hathaway Jones
'On the Rogue River Trail'

Ta other night I was runnin' late from a board meetin' in Bagnell at the Tall Tales Gazette office.

I was workin' ma way along the river pretty near where the Bradley boys a bin homesteadin' their family ranch since as long as I kin recollect.

I was still on the trail when it got dark. I could see pretty good myself until we got to black forest. The trees are so thick that it gets pitch dark in there at night, even with a pretty good moon.

I weren't too concerned though, cuz I was just hangin' the reins over the saddle horn and lettin' the mule follow the trail.


sudden darkness caught on film

Well this night, we were darned near in the middle of the dark forest when the mule stopped cold. I knew something was wrong when she did that.

I reached in my pocket and got out a match and lit it. When it is that dark a match will light up large area and I saw right away why my mule had stopped.


the Bradley boys
are unconcerned about the sudden darkness

Sittin' on a log right next to the trail was the Bradley boys, reading a Sears and Roebuck Catalog.

'That there's mah story, and I'm stickin' to it'


GAZETTE COMPLEX
EXPANSION PLANS

UNVEILED AT ANNUAL MEETING



article by ;
DOC 'Hollywood' JONES

The Tall Tales Gazette announced last week at their 80th annual stock holder board meeting, that the Gazette would embark upon an agressive plan to expand their corporate housing for visiting executives and board members.

The plan will include penthouse suites in a high rise style development.

The project is being funded through the Ivan Jones Trust with the financial funds backed by the future growth of the Gazette.


New penthouse suites to mirror current housing.

Final plans are expected to be approved by the City of Bagnell Planning and Development Board. The property is owned by the Gazette and will be a blend of designs that will integrate seamlessly with the executive townhomes already established.

Final completion of the project is planned for autumn of 2012.


 
AIRLINER CRASH AT BIG BEND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Crash ruins two good pairs of BVD's.


article by ;
DOC 'Hollywood' JONES

Last Friday on the 13th of the month Gazette reporter Hilda 'Jeffy' Ferguson was covering a Homeland Security story at the Big Bend International Airport (BIA) north of the metropolis of Agness when all attention was drawn to the drama unfolding out on runway 26 right, the main north south runway at the always busy airport.

Luckily no one was hurt, as all walked away with out needing medical treatment. The vehicles, the aircraft and a few pair of underclothing were damaged beyond repair.

Airport operations were slowed for several hours during investigation and cleanup. Air services spokeswoman Beth Jenkins stated, "All systems were working to the maximum performance, the runways and equipment were finished with cleanup and back to their stations with in 127 minutes of the reported incident."

The FCC, CIA, Homeland Security and FAA are investigating the incident. Reports will be forthcoming sometime next year.


New Brewery Now Open
For Daily Tours

article by ;
DOC 'Hollywood' JONES

Bagnell B.O.O.B.S. "Brewing Oregons Original Beer and Spirits", opened it's new brewery last week in conjucntion with the Grand Opening of the Bagnell Factory Outlet Mall. The stores and brewery are located on the Bagnell property owned by the Jones family.

The Brewery is of course on the up river side where the water is cleanest. The mall which will hold more than 50 unique stores when full leased, has already exceded it's projected sales for the first week.

After the Tall Tales Gazette Complex was finished last week, the family decided it's best move was to give the mall a long term lease. Even with current economic conditions being harsh, the mall has employed many locals to not only construct the stores but to man & woman the cash registers.

Management says that the area around the mall shows continued growth and that the new resort complex being planned will enhance the area and the businesses even more.


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"If this site offends you, this must be your first time on the inter-net."
I. H. Jones 09-21-37

FEB. 29, 2014







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