5/9/1890, Headlight (Typed by Jeantelle, a student at Nestucca Valley Middle School, in 2003 as part of her technology assignments.)
When are we to have that wedding?
Mr. Wood is layed up with a bad cold.
H. Booth started for Sheridan Thursday.
The steamer Augusta came in Wednesday.
Mr. Phelps returned from Portland last Sunday.
Our merchants received new stocks by the Augusta.
Krebs Bros. are running their bee-hive factory in full blast.
Mr. Brown, of Cape Lookout, spent a few days in the city last week.
Land hunters are numerous. Look out for a big rush this summer.
It is rumored that parties from the valley will build a first-class hotel here in the near future.
The dance at Oretown last week was an enjoyable affair. Several of the young people from this side attended.
There's a 2nd column in the same edition of the Herald also entitled "Woods." (It is typed below also by Jeantelle, NVMS student in 2003.)
Spring has a last returned; and the people appreciate the rays of old Sol when he shows his face through the clouds.
Farm work is about finished up for this spring. The ranchers in this part of the country were compelled to do more than the usual amount of work on account of the high water kaing away so much fencing, but it will all be completed in due season.
(The rest of this article is missing. db)
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