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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1895)
The ‘Ashland Advertiser.
Monarch of the Amateurs.
AMHLAND. OREGON, WEDNIÄDAT, Al'GlNT 14, 1*96.
THE GREAT WALLACE SHOWS.
1*1’BMC OPINION PRONOUNCES THKJÍ “TUB
In the city of Ashland, upstairs in
Reeser Block, the Irest place to get your
job printing done in the most satisfac
tory manner. Our office is thoroughly
equipped with modern facilities, and’,
know ing how to ust* them,we are turning
out the finest line of job work in the
city,—so our patrons, who have patron-
the other offices to their sorrow , inform
us. ami they should know if anyone does.
When in need of anything in our line,
call around to see us.
We print any
thing from calling cards to catalogues,
ami our work is guaranteed to be the
best in the city. Give us avail.
nKKT SHOWN OUT
The Great Wallace Shows have come
and Rone, and with them, no small a-
mount of Southern Oregon money.
very large audi<*n<*r witnessed the after
noon performance and publie opinion
places the Wallace Show* aliovr par with
anv other show that ever exhibited in
Ashland. The ring |H»rformancv* were
good example« of animal intelligence,
showing t»> what degree the hidden in
telligence of animals can l»e made mani
fest. But the part of the show that
completely “carried lhe |«oph* away”
was the hipjaidrome raring.
indeed, but genuine trials of 8|>ced, ami
this part of the entertainment was well
worth the price of admission.
No finer homes were ever seen here,
than those ow ned by these shows. 1 hr
animal* in their menagerie looked sleek
and healthful, not presenting a repul-
Hive api*raram*r a* is general.y the can*.
The men with the show* were courte
ous ami obliging, ami did their work in
in a manner that showed good training,
thii* making things work smoothly ami
The management was composed of
gentlemanly, business-like men, who
will always leave a favorable impression
wherever they go.
If vou need water onlv when the wind
blows; if you are satisfied to utilize but
a small fraction of the water in your
well ; if you prefer heavy bills for re-
pairs after each storm in Winter. by all
means use a windmill; but if vou want
water at any time, and up to the full ca
pacity of your well, put in an Ajax Goal
Oil Gas Engine, the latest thing in me
chanics, an engine that uses common
coal oil for fuel, ami is built by the well
known firm of Palmer ami Key, San
Monday s South [round passenger was
two hours lute, caused by a broken
bridge ami a disabled engine.
An amusing little incident connected
with circus-going was brought to our
notice last Saturday. A man, or |»erhaps
“fellow ’ would letter express it. went
into one of our leading grocery stores
circus morning ami obtained a sack of
flour “on time.” He then sold the Hour
for money to go to the circus. Just how
the |M-rson w m> ¡»ought the Hour got into
the show, we were unable to learn.
the production of such actions, lie the
demoralizing effects of a circus. for some
|M*oph* will always go to a circus if it
take " the last cent they possess.
NORI U M HOOL XOTEN.
Water pipe is I »ring laid to conduct
water into the main building.
Cottages near the school campus are
wanted bv families wishing to move to
Ashland to school their children.
Finishing work on the main building,
such as hanging doors, putting <m black
boards etc . is in the hands of the work
The correspondence at present indi
cates a large attendance. Students will
la» from Lane, Douglas. Benton. Coos,
Klamath, Josephine. Marion and Jack-
son counties ; but not all can enter at the
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