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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1895)
The ADVERTISEI’S” Circulation for this Week of ChautauqQa Assembly is 1,200 Copies
ÀSIILAVP. OKKOOX. WRDMMUMT, JILT io . 18S6
TRAIN FO’IRER*’ CAUGHT.
PRINCIPAL A XU
II IS ACCOMPLICES
PLACPB BE HIM) TIIK HARR
The robbers who held up train num-
lx*r 16 last w<vk, are now in custody.
Case is the name of the one who went
through the cars, In spite of his at-
»ts to throw the officers oii his
trad the imprints
by hit» shoes
were follower to his house where the
shoes were found,
Case’s little child
told the officers not to take them lv-
cause they were her father’s, No clear-
er evidence being desired, Case was
placed under arrest along with his or-
com pl it vs. He was personally
nizeu bv a porter who caught a g)imy»se
of his fa«v as Ins mask was accidentally
nr «bed .i«i<‘« while the robbery was
At the present time, when low prices
prevail, the farmer, orehnrdi«t or vine
yardixt who handles his routine work ,
as well hm h is crop, the most eheaplv
and expedient!y, is the man ) w h<> shows
the best profit for the year. It therefore
follows that since the Ajax Coal Oil Gas
Engine is the latest, liest ami cheapest
wer obtainable, that Palmer A Key.
San Francisco, Cal , an* in a position to
help you add materially to the net profit
of your ranch. Investigate and lx* con
70 MJKVEÏ THE KO AD.
M. F. Eggleson and Jesse McCall went
out upon a surveying and reconnoitering
trip, Sunday morning, to survey and es
timate thec<»st of building the proposed
wagon road to Klamath Falls.
were to have met a committee frotó
Klamath Falls at Parker’s Sunday night,
to consider the matter together. ' Upon
the decision of this committee depends
much of the future prosperity of Ash
land. and won! from them is anxiously
awaited, but up to press time, none had
Prof. William Marlow's lecture, “The
Bloom of the Nineteenth Century,” was
delivered Ivfore a fair sized audiem e in
the Chautauqua building last evening.
The *e< ture was lull of deep ami im
pressive thoughts, and by those who pre
fer that kind of a lecture, was regarded
a*> Iving “tip top.”
Persons wearing light green A dveb -
badges are our authorized agents.
Thev will cheerfully give you sample
topics and take your subscription.
sure to a«k for’ a Chautauqua badge
when you subscribe.
James Stewart, one of the graduates
of the Medford Class of ’95, came up to
Ashland yesterday and returned home
to-dav. He will return to Ashland the
17th to attend the last days of the Chau
Owing to the rush in getting out this
issue, there are several typographical
errors that were overlooked in correct
ing the proof.
We ask you to kindly
overlook them also.
Wm. A. Grow, the painter, informs
us that he will start a general carriage
painting and repair shop in a short time,
lie intends to erect a building on the
lots opposite the Ojte.ra House, where he
xa ill conduct the business.
The city is careful to fee that there
is no loose rubbish around the residences
but they never think to hxik around the
’Tis now we are tormented
And could make the air look blue
W hen he blandly asks the question :
‘‘Is it hot enough fur you?”