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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1895)
The Ashland Advertiser.
A*HLAM>. OKWO.M. W MIMMI) AT. JTM! 19. 1M9».
AN ASSURED SUCCESS.
MORE ABOUT THE FOUNDRY.
THK ASHLAND-LINKV1LLK ROAD WILL ÜN-
DOVBTKDLY BK K**TA BLIHIIKD.
The establishment of the iron foundry,
first mentioned in last week’s A dvbr -
tiser , is now certain. The promoters of
the enterprise are two gentlemen from
AI ban v
The contract for the erection of the
building has been let to H. C. Messenger,
and is to lie 35x35 feet, w ith a 16x16 feet
addition. It is to lx* built near the
Electric Power lloiiFr on Ashland creek.
The n»ad to Link ville is a go! The
Viewing committee went over to inspect
the old nmd last Friday, and is ex|xxte<|
home to-night. The Finance committee
it Going tine work and about |l,000 has
already tx-w-n Rubscrilied, while the hats
only alxmt half complete.
Medford is willing to aid in the mat
ter. One merchant of that plain» stated
that he would give |5<> and that then are
other* there, of like dis|xiaition, so that
Medford will undoubtedly swell the list
The Link ville people art* also desirous
of giving assistance, ami with the aid
from Portland, a neat little sum will lx»
avarable for the sjx*vdy realization of
The slate of affairs on the other rood,
as shown in the following letter fnmi the
Wells. Fargo Express Co., is regarded as
a point in favor of the new road.
I *ear Sir ;—
Your favor of the 12th noted. We
have no interest in the matter, hence
cannot render any financial assistance.
We will vacate tin* route entirely in a few
days ami pmlmbly will never re-open
Klamath Falls office.
8. 1). Brastow , Sup’t.
The bunk-house of the section men,
near Win Littleton’s lioarding house,
just across the state line, in Cal., was
I r«>ken into and robbed alxiut noon last
Friday. A lout 1100 worth of things was
taken, including a |3^ suit of clothes,
made bv M. .Maver. of Ashland, a watch
and several pairs of shoes.
Then* is no clew to the identity of
MONEY IN FARMING.
It is a notable fact that all farming in
terests improve where it is possible to
utilize the water that the wells on the
farm will produce. How few people
think of the value of water for irrigation,
and w hat could lx» produced at a mini
mum cost if it wen» used. The question
has lxn»n heretofore how to get the water
to the surface economically, and this has
been accomplished by the use of Gaso
line or Kenmene Oil Gas Engine, manu
factured by Palmer Rev Type Foundry,
Klum A Crislie w ill o|x»n up a store 403 Sansoine street, San Francisco, Cal.
for the sale of their bacon and lard at the
Then» occurs, in the first 200 copies of
Murphy Bnm. old stand about July 1st.
this issue, a mistake in the last item on
Mr. Patrick Donoughue and Miss I>ora
Gaul were married at Jacksonville last pagvB. Instead of June 20, it should
be May 20.