Talent news. (Talent, Or.) 1892-1894, May 15, 1893, Image 4

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The Rev. Ira W akefield hat* left the
Alliance. It seems that he was desirous
On the 5th inst, to» 'the wife of Fred
of making it an out-and-vut political Dyer, a son.
organization in name as well as in fact.
Well, is’nt W akefield consistent? The
Emmette Beeson and family returned
Alliance is generally recognized as the
“mamma Lear" of the third party. So < to their mountain ranch last Friday,
far as and outsider can “catch on” to its having spent several days in the valley.
methods, it thinks party, talks party and
A slight rain yesterday, making good
votes party. Any Alliance member would the old notion that if it rains on Easter
have to be adenitis in the use of words to Bunday it will rain for seven consecutive
successfully give the public an opposite Sundays.
impress’on. True the rules of the order
Several interesting extracts from the
• forbid th<* discussion of partisan p<dit«cs,
but why not wedge in a new articleor two, old diaries of the late Welborn Beeson
or strike out a few old ones, then go it will appear in our next. .
full length on partisan or any other kind i
It was proposed to hold an entertain­
of ¡x >li tics’?
ment at the Baptist church on the even­
A blue cross on the margin of ing of Decoration day to raise funds for
the paper indicates that your subscription the benefit of the Talent cemetery. Unf­
has expired. A prompt renewal cheereth it fallen through with?
ye editor muchly.
Place your subscriptions with
Geo. Dewey left for Dunsmuir. Cal., on the Ashland Newa Stand for the* various
the 7th. inst, with the intention of going papers and magazines which you’desire
into the blacksmith business in that town. P> lake and you will save cost of money­
order and postage.
His wife will follow in a few days.
/[&*' They will tidce the K»y along.
Rev. E, E. Thompson and Dr. Kahler,
J. \V. Aid came in from Pokegama on the Moody and Sankey of Jackson county,
the 3rd on a short visit to relations and are conducting a series of revival meet­
friends. He has purchased the Logan j ings at Talenf. If, as has been alleged,
photographic outfit which he takes back ’converts “regularly freeze up” during the
with him. He had some fine views, which Warm season, this may be a wise move.
he had taken, of the log-chute on the
For reliable Fire Insurance, in first
Klamath, the dam at Pokegama and
others. Mr. Aid is an artist of no mean class companies, farmers should call on
ability. He returned last Saturday.
E. V. Carter at Bank of Ashland. R ates
Don’t forget that E. M. Deauvaul is the Low.
Talent shoemaker, and does his work up
in good shape, for moderate prices.
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At the special school meeting last Sat­
urday, called for the purpe.-e of voting a
tax to build an addition to the school
house, 5 voted for and I I against the tax.
The meeting was called for one o’clock
but several that had not carefully exam-
ined the notices thought two o’clock the
time and arrived too late to take a hand
in the voting. It is not probable that the
tax could have l>een carried anyway,
yet it strikes us that the affair was rushed
through with undue haste as all (he Ims- '
iness had l>ccn transacted ami the meet- ,
ing dismissed Indore two o’clock. A mo- '
tion to discuss the tax <|U»-ti«»n before
voting was promptly voted d< wn. J. B.
Dyer was elected clerk to fill the vacancy
.calls» «! by the death of \\ cllx»r«l Beeson.’
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