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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1895)
THE ASHLANH ADVERTISER.
Published Every Wednr* day.
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Subscription, One Year.
Sample copies mailed freeLv.
Advertising rau-s,) Ma)1(. kn<>wn
Terms to Agents,’
Entered at the post-office at Ashland,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
P. FISHER^ NEWM
vertising Agent, 21 Merchant’s
Exchange, San Francisco, i< our author
l’he A dvkrtihkr is kept on
tile in his office.
1 hr “AlH h 1.1 HF l(” hn
th. I jitk * *
t < irralativn
of «n» r«prr of it
WKIJN > SHAY.
Milk Shakes arc only 5 cents at the
Geo. Gillette has been ill for some
time past, but is now able to resume his
work on the W. F. de Go’s express
A mateurs .
) E oitok , . .
PtTBI IBHI a.
Ji i.Y 24, IS’G.
Exchange?.— If this is marked, it is
the last issue • \ou a * ill receive until • vou
Since lastis>uc, we have turned out a
fine line of job printing. People apprec
iate good work when they see it.
The Star, of Sharon, Pa.,
is a neat
and enterprising sheet, anti we hope to
receive it regularly every week.
The publishers are interested in all
the advertisements in this paper and
are especially desirous that our readers
dip the couj>on offering premiums dn
orders, when sending for goods to the
advertiser making the offer.
We were pleased to meet, among the
employees of the Wallace < ircus, an old
amateur journalist, w ho used to burn
“mid-¿rightoil” writing “glowing edit
orials” and setting type for his pap
now a thing of the past.
was once a mcmlsr of the National Arn-
ateur Press Ass<K
and is well ac
quainted w ith most of the “old boys.”
Rememlier ns for Job Printing.
It pays to advertise in the right
journal; this i>aj»er is the one. Try it!
Ashland isn’t dead,—only sleeping.
Get your Fishing Tackle at Sayles's
Camlv Store. Full line.
car of the Great W al
las Show came in on Tuesday morning’s
W. Crow son is sole dealer in “Peer
less” fruit pa (»er in Ashland.
Tw ent • v-five cents a • vear.
George Van pel will soon put a large
roarty tan into his "Gem Cigar Store” to
cool off hi? customers. The fan will Is«
revolved bv a lutthille water-motor,
(io to the Portland Photo Tent, near
Hotel Oregon, lor the finest finished
Photographs of all sty .es and sixes. Cab
inet Photos only $2.00 |>cr doxrn.
J. j. McEvov, Photo Artist.
There was a dame at Chas
residence last Friday evening.
A fine line of Job Printing is being
turned out by the A dvkrtiskik office.
Rest work in the city at the lowest price.
A (round of “Peerless paper will pack
more peaches than any other make ¡con
sequently it is the cheapest to buy. G.
W. Crowson, Pioneer block, is the only
dealer in Southern Oregon who sella it
Fine line Fashion Plates at Sayles’s
The private car of Wm. P. Mershon
and party passed through Ashland on
Sunday's South-1 ound passenger train.
D ied .— At his borne in Ashland, Mon
day, Julv 21, 18U5, at 6:00 o’clock r. m .,
Mr. F. C. Hunt, aged 47 years and 11
Mr.Hunt was liorn in Augusta, Maine,
August 21, 1S47. He came to California
at the age of twelve years, and since that
time most of his time was spent in hotel
management. He came to Ashland six
veara ago ami has gained many warm
friends who share their grief with a
wife and an only son.