The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898, October 16, 1895, Image 3

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The Fiend Again Trie« His Hand With HI« L’* *-
ual Success.
The Preabyterian Church, of Medford,
situated just across the street from the
site of the school house that was des­
troyed by fire «»me time ago, was
burned to the ground last night al»out
half past eleven o’clock.
The blaze star ted in the West corner
of the building, and, everything being I
so dry, the church burned so rapidly that
to save it was impossible.
Two more little folks entered the
training school this week.
The nightwatchman, <»ill»ert, was ac­
Mr. Newton,of Central Point, entered
quitted at the trial this afternoon, owing
school yesterday, to take the Normal
to lack of evidence.
The I m » vs who ran away werv ••aught at Cours«».
Miss Minnie Ireland, of Grant’s Pass,
entered school vesterdav, to take the
Department of Music
Commercial Course.
• Of •
State Normal School.
* Those wishing to Lake music, either
piano, vent» or organ, ran ace Mias
Thomas, the teacher, at the Normal
building or at her lioarding place, Mr
White’s, corner First avenue and Spring
Street. One hour lessons, ftOcents. la-s-
80ns given at the school or at the home
of the students.
• weekly |ui|»er, choke full of choice
reading, only 25e ¡»er year. For unique-
liras ami originality it cannot lie l)caien.
Sample copy free.
John S. Smith, Pub. Marble Hill, Ind.
Tickets are on sale in town for the en­
tertainment next Friday evening.“Only
ten cents,’* evervbodv come!
M iss Henry arrived Friday morning
from Coos Co. to attend school. She
will take the Normal Course.
The Normal School was well repres­
ented at the Central Point Fair, Satur­
day. They are “The People.”
Mr. ami Miss Birch arrived on Sun­
day's train to attend school. They in-
tend taking the Normal Course.
Miss Macie Foster, one of Medford,»
If you will cut out and “Class of *9o ’’ graduates, entered school
semi us with vour next
order, this notice, we Mondav • to take the senior • vear.
will send vou, free of coat, a pair of EL-
The Students organized a Literary So-
to >2.00, if the order is over $25.00 and cielv last Mondav, known as the “Bel-
is accompanied by remittance to (»over view Lyceum.” It will meet every
the amount. Il under >25.00, we will
Saturday evening.
semi something nice of less value.
We want to set» how many of our
Miss Cora Stanton,of Portland, enter­
friends read the A pvkktiskk , to see if it
pays to advertise. No attention paid to ed school Monday, to take the senior
letters al
it ifnless clipping comes vear of the Normal Course. She is an-
with order.
other one of Drain’s old students.
“F anchion .”
414-418 F ront S thkkt , S. F.