The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898, September 11, 1895, Image 2

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    T he A shland A dvertiser .
Published Every Wednesday.
To-morrow is Pioneer Dav.
The boys of the High School have a
new foot ball.
t^TRemember us for Job Printing.
flonarch of the Amateurs.
S ím ") E ditor , . .
— TERMS. —
Subscription, One Year, .............
Six Months,
Sample copies mailed freely.
Advertising rate«, > M
Discounts, .......
Terms to Agents,'
P roprietor .
Misses Webling. to-morrow
General Admission, 25 cents.
It pays to advertise in the right
journal; this pgper is the one. Try it!
. .15.
Our Northern exchanges speak in
highly complimentary terms of the en­
tertainment given by the MissesWebling.
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i uj»on
If you don’t read the A dvertiser , von
don't get half the new s. Suliecribe.
t^T*All ads., notices, etc , when not
paid in advance, run until ordered out.
The tops of the exterior walls of the
City Hall were covered with cement.
• Yesterday.
One year, only twenty-five cents.
Entered at the jx»st-otfice at Ashland,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
vertising Agent, 21 Merchant’s
Exchange, San Erancisco, is our author­
ized agent. The A dvertiser is kept on
tile in his office.
Don’t fail to attend the Misses Web­
ling entertainment in Ganiard’s Opera
House to-morrow (Thursday) night.
The “A D V EKT INKK*’ has the Largest ( Ircalalloa
of ss; Paper of Its < lass.
Perhaps you don’t know it, but now is
the time to subacrila*.
City water was piped into the High
School building last Saturday.
0. W. Crowson is sole dealer in “Peer­
less” fruit pa|»er in Ashland.
Go to Myer and Gregory fur all kinds
of furnishing goods at l»ed rock prices.
Our complete stock of paper, embrac­
ing a full line of commercial station­
ery and material for all kinds of work
turned out by a first class office, has ar­
rived. We art» now in a position to
give you the finest work and material in
the city at the lowest price.
A nutnlx*r of friends and class­
mates of Victor Mayer gave him a neat
surprise party at his home last Saturday
night. A must enjoyable time was had.
and we will state, lu the credit of thorn*
present, that when the party broke up.
the “wee sma’ hours” had not vet
arrived, but—they were very dose at
Since last issue, we have increased the
facilities in the job department of our
office by six fonts of the latest and most
attractive st vies of type, cases for all.
ink, and printing material in general,
and we now have one of the la»st equip­
ped job offices in Southern Oregon.
The faculty of the Southern Oregon
Statue Normal is doing its share toward
making the school a success. There are
plenty of students, too, and more coin-
ing. What they want now, is a boys’
dormitory, and our citizens should take
enough interest in the institution to build
one. The hearty support of the citizens
is needful to make the school a glow ing
A highly pleasing time is assure«I to
those who attend the Misses Webling
Concert to-morrow night.»
If you want your Printing done in
first class st vie, leave your orders at this
office. Satisfaction guaranteed.
During hard time», Ashland ¡teuplc
should economize in all poaaible wmvs .
Whv pay two dollars per year for your
local news when you can get the cream
of the Fame news a whole dav
* earlier foi
only twenty-five rents |>er year?
Practise ecgiomv and aubacribe for
the A dvertiser , the only journal in the
that dares to “speak its mind.”
Wednesday for a • year f«»r twentv-flve