The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898, October 23, 1895, Image 2

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    T he A shland A dvertiser .
Published Every Wednesday.
Honarch of the Amateurs.
) E ditor , . .
P ublihhkr ,
P roprietor .
— TERMS. —
Subscription, One Year, ............
Six Months, ........
Sample copies mailed freely.
Advertising rau»,» Ma<Je Un<)Wn , iijxm
Discounts,.. ■ ■ i
application i.
Terms to Agents,)
1 1
U8CAI1 ads., notices, etc, when not
paid in advance, run until ordered out.
Entered at the post-offi<*e at Ashland,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
vertising Agent, 21 Merchant’s
Exchange, San Francisco, is our author­
ized agent. The A dvertiser is kept on
file in his office.
The **A*VKKTIKKR** ha« the l«ar*e»t < Irralatloa
of any Paper of It« ( laws.
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A. A. Davis, the Medford miller, was
in tow n on business, vesterdav.
The Ladies of the w. c. t . r. will
have fresh bread, pics and cakes for sale
on Saturday afternoon near the plaaa.
The “Shasta Limited“ passed through
Ashland vcsteidav, makings stop of ten
tSTRememlicr iis for Job Printing.
Go to Khun A Crisler, Central Mar­
ket. for clean, pure pork made entirely
on cooked feed.
If you don’t read the A dvertiser , you
don't get half the news. Sul«scril>e.
The regular Ins|acth»n of Co. D, 2nd
Infantry, O. N. G., will l>e held next
Saturday evening at the armory in Gran­
ite Hall. Brig. Gen. Chas. F. Beel»ee,
The Ashland News Stand will move
into the Farlow block, shortly.
Water Commissioner, I. C. Ikslge, was
up the creek Friday ami Saturday with a
crew of men clearing out the drift wood.
Why pay two dollars a year for vour
local new s w hen you can get the same
news for twenty-five cents? Moral: Sub­
scribe for the A dvertiser .
B urn .—In Ashland, October 19, 1896.
to Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. Homes, a daugh­
As complimentary comment on the
A dvertiser ' s notice of a neat piece of
typography in the Medford Mail a few
We are pleased to note that William
weeks ago, the Mail says: “The A dvcr - Loomis has recovered from his recent
TiseR is an amateur publication, hut that illness.
its publisher, Mr.
. Y. Crow son, is a
Ashland needs a Young Men's Ix>*al
printer of ability no person will deny
when they have seen the croppings of Temperance Union. Our young gentle­
clever originality in his ads—and job men should move in the matrvr.
It pays to advertise in the right
journal; this paper is the one. Try it!
The Electric Light Co. has tapped the
Our increasing support justifies the
enlargement of the A dvertiser , which water main of the Upper svstem, the
power obtained from their old pipe licing
will be done January 1, 1896 (which insufficient for their purposes.
comes on Wednesday, our publication
G. H. Richardson and J. Iainewerein
day.) The present size will be doubled.
Ashland yesterday, from Butte Creek,
Our modern press facilities will en­ Cal., w ith a load of oats, w hich they ex­
able us to hold the forms o|*n to the changed for Butte Creek . Ore., Hour.
last minute for the latest news, then go
Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Hill celebrated
to press and have the papers in the mail their Golden Wetlding Monday evening.
There were forty-five of “the hoys”
in a very short time.
The subscription price will then l>e present, the average of whose ages was
fifty-five years. A “jollv good time”
raised to fifty cents per year.
was had.