The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898, October 16, 1895, Image 2

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    T he A shland A dvertiser .
Published Every Wednesday,
tW*Romember us for Job Printing.
nonarch of the Amateurs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Watson returned
from Portland last iridav.
E ditor , . .
J. R. Tozer, O. Coolidge and Frank
PROPRIETOR. Neil startl'd out to hunt «lucks, Monday.
Mrs. Marion Baxter, the National W.
— TERMS. —
T. U. I^ecturer, cancelled her engage*
.Subscription, One Year, ................ $.25. C.
Six Months, .................. 1&. nient in Ashland on account of illness.
For the past few «lays, a f«»rest fire has
Sample copies mailed freely.
lieen raging in the mountains west of the
Advertising rates, » M
The telegraph notes al»oiit the city
Terms to Agents,)
1 1
’ were strengihene«! by strong slays.
OTA 11 ads., notices, etc , when not
G, W. Black returned from his trip to
paid in advance, run until ordered out. San Francisco, Monday evening. He
Entered at the post-office al Ashland, intends to move to Roseburg to rcshiv,
in a day or two.
Oregon, as second-class matter.
If you don’t read the A dvektiskr , you
1’ P.‘~ilsfiEKrNEWSl’Al,ER AI >- don’t get half the news. Suliseribe.
****• vertising Agent, 21 Merchant’s
J. H. McBride returned from his mine
Exchange. San Francisco, is our author­
ized agent. The A dvertiser is kept on
file in his office.
Be sure to read the new ad. of Mrs. B.
li. Hatch on fourth page.
The “ADV EUTIslIl*' ha* tbe I irmt < IrralatioM
ofanj I’aprr of It» (la*».
The water is very low in Ashlan«!
Creek at present, the power obtained l»e-
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, ¡696.
ing insufficient to produce good electric
I lights.
A copy of the Student's News, now in
its infancy, was received this week. As
a school journal, it ranks with the best.
It pays to advertise in the right
journal; this ¡u(|>er is the one. Try it!
We were informed this morning that
a brakeman had «me of his feet smashed
while boarding the out-going freight
train last night.
Miss Ollie Marksbury, one of the Nor­
We are in receipt of a copy of th«* in­
itial num l>er of Hinsdale Doings, a new mal students, spent Sunday at her home
local journal published in Hinsdale, III., in Ciolti Hill.
with Dan Merrill, formerly of the Col­
H. V. Milligan has moved from Port­
umbian Era, as editor. Neat tpyograph-
to Boise City, I«laho, as we infer
ical appearance and interesting local
from his request to address his A dver ­
ne ws characterize the journal.
Our best wishes are w i th you Bro. Dan. tiser to the latter place.
Why pay two dollars a year for your
local news when you can get the same
news for twenty-five cents? Moral: Sub­
Young men don’t swear! There is no scribe for the A dvektiskr .
occasion for it outside of the printing
office, where it is useful when the pa|>er
A Temperance Convention, under the
is behind time. It also comes in handy auspices of the County W. C. T. U., will
in proof reading, and is indispensable I m * held in I'homix next Saturday, Oct.
when the ink works badlv and tne press 19.
liegins to kick. It has Wen known to
All interested in the work of temper­
entirely remove that tired feeling of an ance are invited to attend andsjwmd the
editor when he looks over the paper after day, bringing baskets with them for a
it is printed.
Outside of a printing picnic dinner. A program is arranged
office, it is a foolish habit.—Ex.
and a good time anticipated.