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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1895)
Gem Cigar Store,
OPPOSITE CITY HALL
a. W. VAUPEL,
Fine Cigar* and Tobaccos.
Qood Work and
Eugene A. Sherwin,
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N0RJTAL SCHOOL NOTES.
Don’t forget the entertainment in the
Opera House October 18th.
Several little folks have been added to
the training school this week.
Fred Neil entered school yesterday to
take the Commercial course.
Miss Hart, of Medford, entered school
the first of the week to study
Miss Roper, Miss Watson, Mrs. Lang
and Mrs. Shook visited the school last
Mr. Cornutt, of Riddles, entered
school Monday. He is taking the first
vear of the Normal course.
The officers of the Tennis Club are as
follows: Pres., Prof. Vining; Sec., Ollie
Marksbury; Trea»., Susie Homes.
Cortez Miller is taking a part of the
first year Normal and two or three
studies of the Commercial department.
Prof. Storms and Clarence Clements
ascended Grizzly Peak Saturday. They
got some good specimens of bugs and
THE M ARBLE HILL ERA is a 4 page rocks, ami Prof, seems to have found
1 weekly im|»vr, choke full of choice something that slightly impedes his
reading, only 25c per year. For unique« progress.
nets and originality it cannot I m * I »eaten. '
Sample copy free.
John 8. Smith, Pub. Marble Hill, Ind.
—Silas Killgore went to Portland Mon
—G. W. Crow son went to Eugene on
a business trip Monday.
—J. F. Smith came over from Gazelle
Saturday, returning to Siskiyou yester
—Chas. Bolton, Will Potter and Mr.
Colver spent a few day son Big Butte last
— H. P. Weeks and Chas. Palmer went
to Portland Monday evening to attend
—John Kiml>all, editor of The Pacific, j
of San Francisco, wan in Ashland last
• and Friday,
• - and made the Ai>-
vkktiskk a pleasant call.
— W. A. Patrick, 0. Winter and Algie
Dixon returned from their hunting trip
last Friday. They report an abundance
of game ami brought home al «out seven
ty-five «lucks as proof of their statement.
Department of Music
• Of •
State Normal School.
Those wishing to take music, either
piano, voi«*e or organ, can see Miss
Thomas, the teacher, at the Normal
building or at her Ismrding place, Mi's.
White's, corner First avenue and Spring
street. One hour lessons, 50 cents. Let
tons given at the school or at the homes
of the students.
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