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Nestucca (Is this news of the Cloverdale area?)

5/16/1890, Headlight (This page was typed by Robyn, a Nestucca Valley Middle School student during the spring of 2003 as part of a technology class and edited by Dean Bones.)

Grass, which is one of the princpal crops of Nestucca, is growing nicely, and there will probably be a fine crop of hay if the weather does not turn too dry. This has been rather a backward spring for this country.

The bees are now down to solid work and are making honey very fast. We may expect plenty of fine Nestucca honey in a few weeks more.

Krebs Brothers have recently made about 150 or 200 "Simplicity" bee-hives, for which there ia a good demand here.

Krebs Bros. have sold their bee-ranch upon Three Rivers, and all their bees to Mr. A.T. BAIN, Who will now engage in bee culture. Mr. Bain has a brand new wife who will asist him in The honey business. There's will doubtless be a sweet life. We wish them much joy and hope their honeymoon will last all summer.

L. Fleck is preparing to built a fine residence on his farm. He expects to commence work soon.

D. A. Findley, of Williamina, has moved to Woods, where he expects to engage in the general merchandise business. He is a man of experience in that line, and has the capital to carry the business properly. We are glad to see enterprise in this direction and with him much success.

Mr. Landingham is making splended improvements on his toll road. He has made entirely new grades at the Horn creek hills, and has put the road on beter ground. The road is being widened and leveled up, and put in better condition than ever before.

BIANCA (or BLANCA)

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