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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1895)
THE ASHI.AN1» ADVERTISER.
íht Ashland ^drertbrr.
Pabllahed W c<ine«<ia).
Monarch o! Amateur Local News Journals.
) E ditor . . .
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P ropri i fob .
Be sure to reniemlier that to-morrow
is the 4th of J uly.
Goto L. V. High’s Tonsorial Parlor
for a refreshing shave or a hair-cut.
The first dew lorries of the season wen-
in market last Friday. They were grown
by G Y. Ileaton.
tU'Rcniemler us for Job Printing.
— TKKM8. —
Subscription, One Year,
Sample copies mailed freely.
The Ashland “Class of W
in" the celebration at Medford to-inor-
te«,J Made kl„.wn npon
Terms to Agents,'
Read the Shorthand ad. on page 4 of
To climb to the lop of old Grtexh
seems to In
* the ambition of every young
P. FISH EK. NEWSPAPER A1J-
vertising Agent, 21 Merchant’s
Exchange. San Francisco, is our author-
fhc A dvertiser is kept on
tile 111 his offici .
Thr •• ADVERT IM RM ha« the lar
« Irr alai Ion
of anj I’aprr of It
* I la«».
J V I. Y 3, I W».
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I DITONI AL.
Subscrils-rs are earnestly req mated to
re|M>rt all '-ases of non-deli verancc of
The larger ¡tapers of the city w ill con
ferà favor ujH»n the A dvertiser by giving
credit for items taken from its columns
The editor and publisher of the A d -
VDRTisER is not as old as many of our
readers supfrose, but is a lad of sixteen
The Herald, of Manchester, Iowa,
makes the following assertion:
“The Herald has the large
tion of any amateur w eekly ¡taper pub
lished in America."
The A dvertiser claims the same
distinction, so, in all friendliness ami
good will, we ask the Herald to prove its
If old subscrilter
wish their piip-r
inform us. This taking the pajnr out
of the office, reading it and then return
ing it will not work here.
to the laws governing sultftcriptions, due
notice must lie given and all arrearages
paid In-fore a subscription is discontin
ued. Please Is-ar this in mind.
Crislicand Klum ojiened up a butchei
shop at the Murphy Bros, old stand
near Wm. Hevencr’a grocery.
cents a • vear.
The household goods of J. L. Fenton,
one of the proprietors of the foundry,
arrived last Friday.
Mr Fenton has
rented the A. S. Hammond house.
Perhaps you don’t know it, but now i-
the tune to aubacnltc.
The ¡torch of Hotel Oregon is Itcing
re-floored. J. W. Schmidt ami B. R.
W illits are doing the work.
G. W.Crow son is sole dealer in “Peer
less" fruit pajn-r in Ashland.
Alexandria ¡teaches are Itrginning to
It ¡«ays to advertise in the right
journal; this ¡ta|ter is the one. Try it!
To-morrow’s the «lav we celebrate,
(to to Medford ami “have all the fun you
want, but «lou t get ga)
Lillie Watson, Hypatia Klum. Jessie
Wagner, Fred Carter, Henry Galey and
John McCall e<»mj»osr-<l a ¡tartv that went
to the summit of Grixxlv Peak. Sunday.
A ¡round of “peerless pajter will ¡rack
more ¡Maches than any other make; con
sequently it is the chcajM-st to buy. <».
W.Crowaon, Pioneer block, is the only
«h aler in Southern Oregon w ho sells it
A tine line of Job Printing is being
turned out by the A dvertiser office.
Best work in the city at the lowest ¡trice.
Sign Itoards were erected, yesterday.
<tp|tositc the O|>era House, on which t*»
display ¡roster» for the coming circus.