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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1895)
ASHLAND, ORKtiO.W, WEDMCSÜAY. JL’XK f«. 1*95.
VOTED TO PURCHASE IT.
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GRIZZLY VISITE!» AGAIN.
BKLOMO TO TIIK CITY.
A school meeting wan held at the City
Hall last Saturday afternoon for the
«'onsideration of the proposition to pur
chase the High School property.
spite of the hot weather, the citicens
were awake t»» their interest* and turned
• »ut in large number*.
The meeting opened at 2:00 o’clock,
Mi*. D. E. Hyde presiding.
to the effect that the whool «lirvctors l»e
granted authority to buy the property
lor <3,000, to i«e paid in one, two or three
« veam, the rate ol interest not to rx«ved
seven |»< r cent., was made by Roliert
Taylor. The motion was put to a vote
and resulted in seventy for, and fifteen
against the purchase of the property.
UNIVERSITY TO BE STARTED.
There are bright prta*l»ecUi for the es
tablishment of a State Normal School in
the University building, on the Boule
Professor Van Seov, of the Drain State
Normal, is the one upon whom the re-
sponsibility rests. He i* now in Ashland
making investigations, and is to have a
meeting with the owners of the High
School projivrty to-night, when it will
la* determined whether the Brlnail will
I m * started or not.
In Ashland, last Saturday morning, on
Iowa street, near <». W. Pennebaker's
residence, a jsw-ket memorandum look
containing Road Su|«vrvisor’s notes dat
ing from January 20, 1SS1 to April 1, 1SK2.
Ow ner may have same by calling at
the A dvkrtiskr office and paying for
This Season’s neach crop is variously
estimate« I from ¿0,000 to 200,000 I sixes,
the former figures Indng mon* nearly
Grixslv Peak was visited by the Senior
class of the Congregational Sunday
Schoo) last Thursday. Those who went
on the trip are Bertha Williams, Irene
Mark, Theresa Brvant, Jessie Grant,
Susie Homes, Rosr i>odge, Violet McCall.
Wm. Grubb, Bernard Spencer, Fred
Homes, Edward Spencer and ye editor,
W. Y. Cr«>wson.
The day was perfect, and a fine view
<>f the surrounding country wasobtained.
Mt. Shasta. Mt. Pitt ami Mt. Hood,
looming up in majestic grandeur, pre
sented a picture not soon to be forgotten,
and so loath was the party to leave, that
it was ten o’clock w hen Ashland was
THE NEW BERRY.
Mayor J. R. Casey has I »ven exhibit
ing a very queer lierry called the
*‘lx>gan,” grown on his place in Ash
land. h is neither a straw I errv. a rasp-
l«errv nor a blackberry, vet it is all of
them. The lierry is very much larger
than a black l»errv but similar in appear
ance, having the tame shape amt the
same core ; its color and it* flavor are n««t
unlike those of a rasplwrry, while it has
a hull like that of a straw I erry. The
berry is firm and w ill undoubtedly l»e a
The plants wen* «»btained from the
Ea*t and cost one dollar each.
When a man decides upon improving
hisshop, factory or farm, by the addition
of jxjwer, he naturally looks for some
thing entirely up to date.
gates, considers, and finally «lecides to
buy an Ajax Coal Oil Gas Engine as
meeting his requirements more fully, ami
living safer, »han any other powerohtain-
able. Palmer A Rev. San Francisco. Cal.,
the manufacturers of this engine, have
earned the gratitude of the public by
placing within its reach a reliable, econ
omical power, that defies the restric
tions of the insurance companies. It is
the latest ami l»est.