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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1895)
T he A shland A dvertiser .
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Published Every Wednesday.
IxMimis sells “Ashland Butte’’ lard.
To-morrow is the small I miv ’ h delight.
Miss Margaret E. Godfrey, of Merlin,
passed through Ashland on yesterday*#
train, enroute to Walnut Creek, Cal., to
spend the Winter with a friend.
If vou don’t read the A dvertiser , you
don’t get half the news. Suliacribe.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wagner returned
from Portland * yesterday.
Ashland Music Club Entertainment
Friday evening. Admission ten cents.
Proceeds to pureliase new music.
J. K. Van Sant returned from San
Senator Holt was shaking hands in
Ashland last Monday.
It ¡»avs to advertise in the right
journal; this pajM*r is the one. Try it!
L. V. Mav returned from Cottonwook.
Cal., Monday, where he has I mm * ii suj»er-
intending the construction of a mining
ditch for Hicks ami M ay.
Don’t fail to attend the Musical En
tertainment in the Opera House next
Friday evening. Ixist chance to hear
the Ladies' Quartette this season.
Remember us for Job Printing.
Kilim A Crisler have their meat mar
ket nicely decorat<*«l with the I m * s | meats
that money can buy.
M. S. Welch, of Central Point, one of
the proprietors of the Butte Creek Flour
Mill, is in town.
flonarch of the Amateurs.
E ditor , . .
P roprietor .
— TKKMS. —
Subscription, One Year, ................. $.25.
Six Months................ 15.
Sample copies mailed freely.
Advertising rates, ) M 1e knuwn „
Terms to Agents, i
Hr A11 ads., notices, etc., when not
¡»aid in advance, run until ordered out.
Entered at the post-office at Ashland,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
P. FISHER, NEWSPAPER AD-
vertising Agent, 21 Merchant’s
Exchange, San Francisco, is our author
ised agent. The A dvertiser is kept on
tile in his office.
The “ADVEKTINKM’* ha« the Unrest ( Irralatlon
of any Kaper of Its ( lass.
A8HL AND,. . . . WKDNI BDAY, NOV. 27. 1*95.
Owing to a great rush of job printing
this week, this issue was wholly publish
The numler of Normal School Notes
is not large this week, part of their sjuice
being occupied by other matter.
Why pay two dollars a year for your
local news when you can get the same
news for twenty-five rents? Moral: Sub-
scriln* for the A dvertiser .
The decision of the jury in the case of
Warner’s “big fiddle" has arrived ami
Chester Miller is an insult to principal he will play it at the entertainment Fri
and teachers of our public schools, and day night.
if the lioy is reinstated in school, their
resignations would I m * justifiable.
The gambling den in Hotel Oregon got
the I m * s I of a certain individual from the
Willamette vallev by $1000 Monday
Our new stock of type, ink and print
ing material arrived Monday. We now
D ied .—At her home in Ashland, at 2
have one of the lM*st equip|x*d job offices o’clock this morning, Miss Anna E.
in Southern Oregon, and in some res- IxxHiiis, aged 23 years, 2 months ami 1»
|M*cts, a vastly superior office*. Give us davs.
a trial on your next job, and we will give
Funeral services will I m * held in the
you the l»est work to I m * obtained in the ' Congregational Church, Friday at 2 i*. m .
city, and at the lowest price.
1 I Interment in Ashland Cemetery.