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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1895)
T he A shland A dvertiser .
Published Every Wednesday.
Marion Baxter next Sunday.
The County Fair i»egan yesterday.
UT’Rememlier us for Job Printing.
If you don’t read the A dvertiser , you
don’t gel half the news, Suliecrllie.
There are over 50 horses now on the
Central Point Fair Grounds in training
for the races which commence O c I o I mt 8.
A great many people are taking ad
vantage of the pleasant weather t«»enjoy
It pays to advertise in the right
journal; this |>a|>vr is the one. Try it!
The (¡rant’s Pass Silver Cornet Band
will furnish music for the Centra! Point
Fair wliich opens Octol>er 8th.
The Ashland woolen mill is doing a
brisk bus nese at present.
Ihm’t fail to hear Mrs. Baxter next
Five dollars from the Society and a
pair of kid gloves from D. R. A E. Mills,
of Ashland, for the Iwst two pounds of
butter at the Central Point Fair.
Why pay two dollars a year for your
local news when you can get the same
news for twenty-live cents? Moral: Sub
scribe for the A dvertiser .
Fifteen dollar* in cash from the Socie
ty ami a gold heart chain from T. K.
Bolton, of Ashland, is the prize that the
l»est I jk I v Equestrian will receive at the
Central Point Fair.
The excursion car that w as to have
left for Portland last Friday did not go,
owingto insufficient numl>vr of passen
Mrs Marion B. Baxter, a noted W. C.
T. U. speaker ami orgazixvr of Chicago,
will sjM*ak in Ashland twice next Sun
day. See hand-bills for particulars re
garding place, etc.
flonarch of the Amateurs.
Subscription, One Year,................... |.25.
Six Months...................... 15.
Sample copies mailed freely.
Advertising rates, i Made known upon
Terms to Agents, '
«¡TAII ads., notices, etc , when not
paid in advance, run until ordered out.
Entered at the post-office at Ashland,
Oregon, as second -cl ass matter.
P. FISHER, NEWSPAPER AD-
li. vertising Agent, 21 Merchant’s
Exchange, San Francisco, is our author
ised agent. The A dvertiser is kept on
file in his office.
Thr “AIH KKTIMKH” ha« Ihr lärmt ( Irralatlon
of aaj I’aprr of It* <la««.
The A dvertiser acknowledges the re
ceipt of a copy of the minutes of the
Thirteenth Annual Convention of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
of Oregon, with compliments of Jackson
County W. U. T. U.
If you are not a subscriber, and receive
a copy of the A dvertiser , you arc re- ‘
quested to carefully look it over ami, if
you like it, call around and siiborribe.
The week’s new*s in a nut shell for
only twenty-five cents a year.
One of the neatest and most attractive
pieces of newspaper typography that has
come within our observation for some
time appeared in last week’s edition of
the Meoford Mail. It was an advertise
ment in the shape of a doorway and a
half-open door com|x>sed entirely out of
brass rule, and shows a great deal of ar
tistic ability in the most artful of all
arts, the printer’s.
Five dollars from the Society ami a
fine hat from O H. Blount, of Ashland,
for the beat exhibit of peaches at the
, Central point Fair.
Frank Marlow was shot ami killed
last Thursday by Frank Wade, an ex
convict pardoned by Pennover.
The shooting occurred in Chimney
Rock precinct. Wade shot Marlow in
the back with a 44 calibre Winchester