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About Talent news. (Talent, Or.) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1894)
The TALENT NEWS is published the
1st. and 15th. of each month.
One year ...
Six months .
j of a dollar.
Fv. ; ■ i at the fait nt 1 .»< < l.licf a- sc»-o:id
cia-rt mail matter.
Who was Jonah’s tutor r?
because it brought him i up. | London
Recent investigations show that the
Desert of Sahara is from I »COO to 8000
feet above the level of the ocean,
is a rainy season also nr.d grass covers a
large portion of the I icsert a bout 3 months
in the year. Our school geographies tel)
us that the (¡rent Desert is below the sea
level ami for the most part bare of al!
v egetatu n.
It is related that it once fell to an Ab-hi; -
Am man to break the news to a woman
that her husband bad been killed.
you know,” he said, calling at her In.use,
“that with your light hair ami pretty
comple.'ion you would break every Lea it
in town if * you dressed as a v.i
blushed and laughed. “And you are one,”
he added; “your husband w.is just blown
to atoms down in the boiler works, but
then black is so becoming to you.
TO OVR SUBSt’RIBER
We are sorry to inform • ur rca.lt r- tl at
this is to be the last number of the N \v. *.
At least tins is the comhisioii of the
We defired to learn the i » w - -
paper business am! tlmViht t’c.t the bert
way to do it would be to start a I "n a| er
and learn a1! the parts at once
Two al d
proven to be the cornet plan.
one-haU years cx|tii(me in tl ♦ ■ | ubli-l -
ing business has put us onto a I’, the tricks
of the “art preservative" and we m w fe< I
perfectly competent to take a | ositi« n <■
managing editor of any < iic of the great
metropolitan journals. That we might o<
free to accept such a pos tion at once wei •
it offered, it was deemed necessary tod.,
continue the N ews
However we remit
exceedingly to part company with < ui
many sul • cribers ami we are eg. tistic <
nongh to cherish the o| inion that ot.r
subscribers will miss the N ews .
When this journal was started main
j redicled that it would climb the gold» ii
or some other stair in a few wi ck.» id
other words peter out directly.
ui plivtic friends were badlv off a- to the
time, am! then the N ew didi.’i peiei uUl
at all but voluntarily, deliberated and
with no malice aforethought, gave Up the
gh< »st. It may be well to state m»wc\• j,
that we were somewhat aided in arriv.i
at such a conclusion by the fart th.
every employee in the i tl i e /i;.d st rm 1
for higher wagis.
Even the a O-t .i
The Tacoma Union says that “the editor, who runs the heavy quill and w!
champ’on girl of the jcii<d lives out on had been ncicving Ins board ami <’» the
the Muck. From April 1. to June 1 this
regular \ as pci rot (riot, stri < k
year she ] lantcd ibrie acres of j otati s,
did all the cooking and sewing for the rei.ul t salary t< gt tin r with . u < -.tin .1
family, milked four cows, fed the calve;«, low a m*e of Leer and tol»l »arc« *
pigs ami chickens. shot three chicken* ing taken the | re. apttoll to 1 * i a o, i .<! i
bnwk4- and a w ildcat, set the dog on cigh- large• Laid. account to draw op it ;such at
•cen tramps, attended thirteen dance ami
i d»er K atm io* a
dm r ‘
) ami for 11
three pienn s. read f.ve din »• no- els and
1 h »V v m< nt• »•lied. w • La ve s ’ | ‘t‘ t H t • . 'll’
sat up b'Ur n.; hts ;n the week w ith her
bc..u. am* yet we «•:’< n Lear the <|U< stion d if
«1 n( . d •• cd: ‘V’ L.i* i* there f >r women t--d