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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1895)
Monarch of the Amateurs.
ASlILAMl. (IHMHIV. WHIM.NDAÏ. JI LV 31. l#»6.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
IMPOSSIBLE TO DESCRIBE.
Th«» Montreal Gazette knows what it
■ is talking alaiut when it say# of the
Great XX* al lace Shows: “it will be impos
The Southern On-gon State Normal sible to «lescrilie the feature# of a show
School in now rva»iv to I** re-opened in so many of which win impossible. Per
the Univvrsity building, situate»! in the haps if preference must )<* given, the
supurbs of Ashland. The building.— wonderful and striking feats were those
the finest of its kind in this part of the of th«» J a pa lies«» in their balancing ami
state,—has just liven fitted out for the juggling. To see the Japanese young
(itirposc, and school will open Septem- ster fobbed into every concievable posi
ht 2, 13W6.
tion by hi# older countryman, to note
There will be three course# <4 study, how perfectly a quainted they were w ith
viz; Normal. Academic ami Business. the difficult acts of their performan«*e,
The leading feature of the school if» the was simply astonishing. One could not
prof'*s«ional; to train teacher# lor their help holding his breath when watching
work, and, at the same lime, to see that the wee fellow stretched iq»on the end
they comprvhvnd the branches taught. of a twenty feet ¡Mile balance»! upon the
The A'*ademic «•ourae pn*t»ares the stu- older Japan«»#«*. 'Then it seemt»d to I h *
dciita for college or gi v< # them a fair edu nothing to dangle holders in the air, to
The business course gives a plav uiMin them like kitten# and w ith as
little thought of «ianger.”
A regular line of covered hacks will la»
run la»iw «-en different part- of the city
OCR NEXV OFFICE.
and the *-h«>»l at suitable intervals of
Th«» office of the A dvkrtiskr has lx t n
I \< i i i 1. w. r. \
fcoy, I. 'I.. m«»v«»»i into th»* Reeser Bl»»»k, upstairs,
Prvtudvnt, Uinguag«». Psychology, Meth- our rapidly increasing business requir
«•<!#. John J. Berry, Ph. B.. Mathe ing more sjtaciou# ami suitable quarters.
matics. James XV. Storm#, B. S. A..
Our sign is now in th«* hands of th«»
Natural Science*.. Irving E. Vining. M. painter and will -«»on Is* er«n»te«l. direct-
S. !>.. English Literature. Ehamtion. ingall to th«* office of th«» “Monarch of
T. XV. Mile»*, Book-keeping. Commercial | the Ama’curs.”
I jiw , Shorthand.
XX* it bin a short t»me, we shall put in a
Thoma*. Instrumental ami Vocal Music. new improved press ami a pa|«»r cutter,
Mrs. E. J. Taylor, Painting. Guitar ami, with th«**«» facilities, we will l»e let
Muaic. MiaaJu It v. Fielder, B. S. D . ter prepared than ever befi»re to turn out
the Is st work in the city.
For folders, ami full particular#, call
Call around to #«*«» uh , ami w hen you
upon or address. XV. T. \ an Scoy, Pres.
want your printing done in th«» most sat
isfactory manner, give us a trial.
When you •*«•<• ia<*e* in a circus hip|M>- w»»rk is guarantee«! to please.
«Irome, t he outcome of w hich is so plain
ly a fon*gonv conclusion that the whole
Ashland is the leading city in the val
affair is tame, all th«» interest is taken ley. Healthful climate, pure, mountain
out. But w hen you ace th«» rac«»# of th«» water, fine vl«»etri<» lights, etc , in fact she
Great XX al hue Shows, it is different. has everything that goes to make a
Mr. XX’allace fines any contestant who model city but a good plaza, ami that
doe# not rid«» or»lrive to win. 'The riv would In* all right if a few dollars were
alry is as great as it is on the turf. Then» expvmie«! in removing th«» stones scat
is no sham al»out these races. Prize# are tered over it. w hich, besides marring the
award«»«! at th«» cm! of th«» season to con ap|H»arance of thecity, may cause an ac
testant# w ho hav«» th«» highest numlier of cident that will cost
remove the stones la»fort» it is t«K> late.
WILL UK OHKXKD HKITHMBFR 2X0
Fl’Ll, COrRSlt OF STUDY.