Abe was interrupted by the excited voice of the man with the cant-hook.
Not an axe, peavey or cant-hook was touched; not a team was hitched up.
In that case it must be cut into short billets and rolled, as a cant-hook man rolls a log down a skidway.
Bill, I believe I can now make even with Kirkpatrick for the two dollars he owes me for the cant-hook.
The employer had agreed to buy his hired man a cant-hook for handling the heavy logs.
MacNutt, when he saw Haggarty drop his cant-hook and jump, ran across to the skids.
To rectify the fault, Thorpe dug his cant-hook into the timber and threw his weight on the stock.
As swamper he had more or less to do with a cant-hook in helping the teamsters roll the end of the log on the little "dray."
In hiring Lincoln, Kirkpatrick had promised to buy him a cant-hook to move heavy logs.
A peavey is like a cant-hook except that it is pointed at the end.