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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1895)
DR. C. W. BARR,
1. O. O. K. BUILDING.
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Work and pjonest Qealing.
Eugene A. Sherwin,
ALL KINDS OF FILLINGS CAREFULLY ANO SKILLFULLY
Izcslie Earl Bailev, son of Mrs. S. H.
Brundage. Burn in Little I^ake Cnunty,
California, January 31, 1887, runic io
Ashland about live years ago with his
purents, and lived here since. 1 >ie<l at
Pacific mine, Siskiyou, California, Sat*
urdav afternoon, from intlamation of
the bowels, aged 8 years, 9 months and
15 «lavs, lie was sick onlv tvrodavs, at-
tended by Dr. Songer.
Funeral at Congregational Church at
2 o’clock ycstvrdav ofternoon.
At the time of his death, Leslie was
living with his parents at Pacific mine.
While in Ashland, he was a memlier of
the Congregational Sunday School ami ;
wan well liked bv all who knew him.
Parents art* thankful to friends tor
kindness in their distress.
Don’t forget the Students’ Reception
on Friday evening of this week. Every
one is invited to come and bring some
thing to help make up the lap supper
and the evening an enjoyable occasion.
A short program will lie rendered,
followed by the lap supper and a good
time generally. The building will I m ?
“F anchion .”
InSUrQnCC oi all Good Kinds
at Low Rates,
See G. F. Billings,
Real Estate and Insurance.
NOR HAL 5CMOOL NOTES.
Kev. A. S. Foster, of Medford, visited
his daughter, Mavsie, at the Normal
l’he Comedy will lie given in the Opera
House, Ikvember 19. Proceeds to apply
The lAn'ture last Sumlav ofternoon by
Pi of. Vining was a masterly effort.
Hon. C. B. Watson will deliver tin*
next lecture on Sunday afternoon, Ik*c.
1. Subject, ‘Unocal Geology.”
New students this week art*as follows:
Fred Sturgis, from Jacksonville; George
Alford, from Talent; Ferd Million, from
Ashland, taking Commercial course:
Evward Weder ami Perry New ton, spec
ial studies ? J ulia R< m I sciioii and Stella
Stidham, Junior Normal course.
WHE MARBLE HILL ERA is a 4 |uige
weekly im|»er, choke full of choice
reading, only 25c per year. For unique-
new ami originality it cannot be beaten.
Sample copy free.
John S. Smith, Pub. Marble Hill, Ind.
B You wiH cut out and
semi us with your next
order, this notice, we
will.’send vou, freeof cost, a pair of EL-
EG A N T liO USE S LI PP E R S wort h $ 1.00
to |2.00, if the order is over |25.00 and
is accompanied by remittance to cover
the amount. If under $25.00, we will
semi something nice of less value.
We want to see how many of our
friends read the A dvertiser , to see if it
nays to advertise. No attention paid to
letters about it unless clipping comes
w ith order.
SMITHS’ CASH STORE,
414-418 F ront S treet , S. F.
C7 D EZ ET
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It is nmlrrst'KMl that there will be a
game of fool-Imll on Thanksgiving day
I M*t w ven the second tram of the Normal
ami tin* second tram of Ashland.
Thanksgiving day will In* a holiday as , A PAPER THAT WILL PLEASE YOU
will also the day following, as many of !
Sample free. Address
the students wish to visit their homes.
News Letter, Ilasbrouck Heights, N. J.