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About Talent news. (Talent, Or.) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1894)
T alent O k . July 15, lS'JL
Miss. Lena Casey of Ashland was vis
iting at J. E. Fosa’ last week.
Geo. Robison air’ family have moved
to their j lac< on Applegate for the sum
Miss. Jennie Reams of Jacksonville
spent a few days visiting at Mr. Joseph
Rapp's since the Fourth.
The aphis has made its appearance on
the wheat in this vicinity but is doing no
injury so far as we can discover.
Miss. Minnfe Robison spent two or
three days last week visiting friends near
Nellie Towne of Phoenix was the guest
of Judge and Mrs. Goddard a few days
F. M. Jordan has purchased 15 acres
of land from D. P. Britlian and is pre
paring to build on the same.
Miss. Belle Stearns and her younger
sister, Myrtle, left last Wednesday for
Klamath county to spend a few weeks at
their unc’.f’s, O. A. Stearns.
Mrs. Jennie Goddard of Ashland was
visiting friends and relatives alnjut Tal
ent last week.
Joseph Robison has rented bis farm
for three years to Robt. Eustis and Co. o’*
Washington, for $ 10 J a year.
The Fourth on Cppcr Wagner Creek,
which was held in a beautiful grove near
the school house, was an enjoyable affair.
The program was an excellent one and
was carried out to the letter excepting
, 5lr. Wakefield’s oration, which f< r some
' reason unknown to us failed to material
ize, a ml W. J. Dean was called upon to
grapple with the American eagle.
Dean desires us to say, however, that not
being in fighting trim, he has not even a
small handful of the eagle’s tai’, feathers
to exhibit ns a trophy of the engagement
Indeed he candidly admits that the
royal bird got away without a scratch
Jesse and John Adams and R. Nj>-
warner, with fife and drums made splen
did martial music, and the string band
IL H. and 0. R. Goddard, C. S. PhMp-
and Wm. Coleman with organ accom
paniment and Wm. Abbott to “pat juber
entertained the crowd with many stirring
pieces. Our reporter notul the fact that
the feet of even the more sedate in the
audience caught the inspiration and were
(of course unconsciously) keeping time
to the music. Considering the occasioi .
however, those feet were excusable and
the names of their owners shall never,
never Re disclosed.
The patriotic ami
other songs and recitations were exceed
ingly well rendered.
the entertainment reflects much credit
upon the enterprising pe< pie in that
neighborhood. Following is the program
MORN I "G:
Music bv the band, Priver bv the
Chaplain; Song! America, by tiechoir;
The I. O. (L T. lodge at Talent meets
music by the band; reading Declaration
regularly every Wednesday evening at
the School House hall.
Literary and Independence, by Allen Abbott; Som/,
Red White ami Blue, by the choir; music
other entertaining < seren es at each :m et
by the band; Oration, by W. J. Dean
ing. The society is in a very flourishing
Song, Stai Spangled Banner, bv the choii
music, by the Band; then came a basket
Relative to the present strike, the N’ jws dinner.
secs no valid reason whv
or anv nun.I er «»f workmen should not
quit work at anv time if they think it to
Music,by the band; recitati» n. bv Ml-
their interest to do so, but if they attempt Alice McCumber; music, by the btrii
by force to prevent others from taking band ; remarks, by Rev. Wm. Abbot»
their p’a< cs, <>r «eek to destroy the pr<«j er- song. Fallen Leal, Maud l'uives; musa-,
tv of tl.eir employer, they should Istop ny the bind; recitation, O.ir Flag, Ella
ped at the muzzle of a ¿hot gun.
Stephena; Song, by the choir; music by
the string band; leeit ilion. Independent«
Thanking our many Rule cribcrs for tm>
Beil, by (»ra»'<» I logue; music, by the strili
intertst they have taken in our humble
band ; rema rk,*, by J. W. ALL.tt ; mu--.<
effort, the N ews now extends its pitt
By the ba nd ; r mg, by the choir, r< < ; t a t io
by Jessie Nyswarner; song. After the Ba
bv Ester Brown; mu-ic by the sti.i.