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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1895)
THE ASHLAND ADVERTISER.
She ^Ashland ¿\dvcrtisrr. :
Published Every Wednesday.
A m atei rs .
E ditor . . .
tret your Fishing Tackle at Sayles’s
* Store. Full line.
Klum A Crislcr have purchase«! land
of .1. M. Hicks, on which to er«*et their
slaughter house, and the building is now
Milk shakes ate only
cents at the
Subscription, One Year,
Six Months, .................15.
Sample copies mailed freely.
The work <»n the Episcopal church is
progressing rapidly in the hamls of J.
\\ . Schmidt.
Advertising rates, j
Made known U|»on
Terms to AgvntsA
G. \\ . i ’r«>w s«»n is sole d«*aler in “Peer-
less’’ fruit paper in Ashland.
Entered at the post-office at Ashland,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
P. FISHER, NEWSPAPER AD-
vertising Agent, 21 Merchant s
Exchange, San Francise«», i- our author
l he A dvertiser is kept on
tile in his office.
Mrs. Nelli« II. latinbson. State Com
mander ot the Indies of lhe Ma<*caln*es.
ad«lressed a fair siz««l aiKÜcnee of ladies
in < >d«i Fellow s' Hull • \csterdav
« aft erm* i
tor th«* |»ui|H»se o! forming a Hive hen*.
She s|H»ke again this aftvrimon.
Fine line lashion Plates at Sayles’s
N c w s I h*|K»t.
D ied . — At her home in Ashland, Aug
The “ 4IIVKKTIN» R” h«* the larirrut < ire a tat ion
ust 12, 1SW», at dam«I,cl<»ck a . m ., Aman-
of any Taper of it* < la*».
da C. i «unten, aged 2l> years, 11 months
ASHLAND. WEDNESDAY, Al «.I ST 14. I Sî’ô and 2 «lays.
She was Imrii m ar t.
aynein Adam -
('«»., Indiana. Sept. 10, lsDS, came to
»HIT OUI 4L.
\shlaml alsiut three y« ars ago f«»r her
health and ha* I«een an invalid must of
With apology to PI hc I t Cun .
An attack of hemorrhage
One truly pleasing thought
some time ago. from which she never re
Comes to us o’er ami o’er ;
covered, was the cam*«* of her death.
That w*e’rv nearer success t«»-«lay
The funeral «M*curre«i yesterday after-
Than we’ve ever I tcd Indore.
termion at 4 :3(lo’clo«k from M. E. Tyler ’s
It was well altcmh*d bx
' friends. There wen* flowers in profusion,
Bi1 sun* Lo read the new ads. of Myer singing by th»* M. E. choir.
«k Gregory, A. Millsap ami the State
Normal School in this issue.
NORM 4L S( IIOOI NOT» s.
Since last issue, the stones that were
on the plaza have liven removed, leaving
the plaza neat and clean and presenting
a respectable apjiearance
for the removal of the stones were not
in vain, ami when von think that th«*
A dvertiser is not recognized ami widely
read, you had lietter take a vacation.
Our supplement was unavoidably o-
mitted this week, ami, owing to its
omission, the Normal School Notes were
cut short ami in w rong position.
after, the supplement will lie publish«*«!
regularly ami one of its columns will I t
devote«! to Normal School Not«*« which,
no doubt, will be very interesting when
Arrangements are living mud«* this
w«*ek with parties to manage the Board
ln«piiri«<> have been ma«!«* ns to w hflt
lines of stmiy van I t taken in th«* Nor
Besiih’s th«* Normal eours«* for
those preparing to teach, a business
cours«* «*an I t taken under a teacher w ho
is a gradiiat«* of a busin« ss college; or
there is all acatiemic course which pre
pares th«* student for college, or a fl|M*rial
«•ouis«* in which th«* student may review
th«* common branches, or take select«**!
higher stmli«*** as far as lie may wish to
Diplomas ar«* given for anx
regular eon is«’ finished, hut St ate diploma»
ar«* granted only to th«»*«- completing the