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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1895)
Ihe Ashland Advertiser.
Monarch of the Amateurs.
IMI I. OIL OKEUOM, WKDHMHI. AIUIST SI, MÔ.
AMATECR DESPERA DOES.
TWO YOI N<;
TU KVX A WAV.
The inagnificient school building of
Medford, situated Southwest of the bus
iness center of the citv, was destroved
by fire early Monday morning. The tire
men ami the citizens were out in force,
but nothing could lie done lieyond pro
tecting neign I siring buildings.
The tire is thought to have lieen
started by some tramps, who, having
U-eii arrested, declared their intentions
of “getting even,’’ ami, to all apj»ear-
ances, carried out their intentions.
We arc informed that the building
cost somewhere l»etwecn 115,000 ami
Hollowing the example set l»v some
of tin- larger l*>va. lx»id (’ox and a son of
George Rigg*»', Ixitli al»oiit ten year* of
age. “took the road” last Friday, with
the idea that they were doing something
to l*e proud of, and that would w in them
fame and admiration of the Evans ami
The Riggs l»oy, alias “lx-amiy Neil’s
Son,” obtained a quarter of Mrs. Cox
under the pretext of wishing to buy a
new hat. The I mivs then induced one of
the Miller l«»ys to let them have his
gun. stating that they wen* going to
Some of our Ashland merchants are
lh-ad Indian ami would bring him a
|M>ny to pav for it. Cartridge« wen» pur I conducting their bnsineM in such a
chased with the money, ami, after some manner that they an* driving trade to
iltle preparation, the I »o va set out along neighl*oring towns, whose merchants do
the railroad track. They were next •»o,n business in a business-like way anti let
at Steinman by Ix*e Minkler, who tel the people know it by a lil»eral use of
egraphed the information to city mar printer's ink. The man w ho thinks that
he can do business w ithout advertising
shal. (.». W. Smith.
After one night of desfterado life, the would do well to shut up his store l>e-
Riggs ls»y I nvaiiic “home-sick” ami re forv the sheriff does it for him.
turned, leaving voting Cox al«me with the your home pa|»er>. ami your home people
empty gun. W hen last heard of. C«»x who read the home pa|»ers will patronize
was slopping with a relative of N’im y«»u. Advertising always pays.
lx»ng. in the Siskiyou*. He will Is-sent
home at once.
At »he present time, when low prices
prevail, tin- farmer, orchanlist or vine
vanlist who handles his routine work,
ATTEMPT AT K 11 >N A PPI N< i.
as well as his crop, the im*st cheaply
and expediently, is the man who shows
Quite a little excitement was caused, the l»est profit for the year. It therefore
Momlav afternoon. bv the arrest «»f —. follows that since the Ajax Coal Oil Gas
—. Ixunas for attempting to kidnap his Engine is the latest, l*est and cheapest
soil from ihe ¡»ossrssioii of his wife from | h » w er obtainable, that Palmer and Rev,
whom lit* separated Sometime ago.
San Francisco, Cal., are in a position io
The little follow w aw in Frank Hasty’s help you add materiallv to the net profit
confectionery store w 11h his mother w lien of your rnach. Investigate ami l*e con
IxMimis tried to steal him.
Smith told Ixmiaa to leave the child
Medford had another tire supposed to
Smith, who, with the assistance of Con
started from the same cause as the
stable Real, arrested him.
A l»arn situated with
released without trial.
in two blocks of the school house and tie
longing to George Justice was burned
Perhaps you «lou t know it. but now is Momlav night.
Loss fully covered by
the time to subscrilie.