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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1895)
THE ASHLAND ADVERTISER,
nonarch of the Amateurs.
ASHLAND. OREGOM, WUDSF.KDAT. DKCKMRF.K 4. 1HV&.
VICTORY FOR THE NORftAL.
City Council Proceedings.
The (lame Resulted In • Score oí jó too in Their
Usual reports of city officers were sub
mitted and approved.
A report and a communication w*ere
laid on the table, the former relative to
the o|»ening of a street along Ashland
creek, the latter from the W. C. T. U.,
requesting a revocation of the saloon
line nee granted to F. T. Fradenburg.
The annual city election was ordered
to be held on Tuesday, December 17.
1 st W ard .—Voting place, room in
Mver building, next door to Myer A
Gregory. Judges, J. B. Leach. James
Chisholm and W. O’Donoughue. Clerks,
James Chisholm and W. O’Donoughue.
policeman, J. H. Hern.
2 d W ard .—Voting place, Granite Hall.
Judges, B. K. Willits, G. M. Grainger
and Geo. Irw in. Clerks,G. M .Grainger
and Geo. Irwin. Policeman. E. Wai rad.
3n W ard .—Voting place, City Hall.
Judges, C. M. A rm burst, H. 8. Evans
and D. H. Haw kins. Clerks, H. 8. Evans
and D. H. Hawkins. Policeman, M. K.
Bills to the amount of |555.18 were
The fool kill game ln*twoen the Nor
mal 2d’s aixl the Ashland 2d’«took place
last Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock,
in Walker’*.field, lielow the boulevard.
Although the weather was threatening,
a large crowd assembled to witness the
Ow ing to insufficient training, the Ash
land team suffered defeat, pluckily dis
puting every yard of ground. Six times
the Normal team made a touch-down,
and six times they kicked a goal, making
a scon* of 36 to 0, in their favor.
The Ashland boys, although making
no points, «lid some clever playing, but
the moat remarkable plays of the day
were made by the Normal goal kicker,
Fred Homes, w ho, six times in succes
sion. kicked the hall fairly and squarely
over the goal—a performance any “crack
player might envy.
The First ."loathly ."lu^icale.
Manv pleasing compliments an* bean I
from all sides regarding the First Month
• Musicale by
• the Ashland Music Club
in Ganiard's Opera House last Friday
evening. The entertainment was of the
highest quality and a rare treat to lovers
Every true citixen of Ashland should
give his assistance toward the prosper
ous and continuous maintainancv oi so
worthy a music club.
The Time Changed.
Are You Satisfied?
If you need water only when the wind
blows; if you are satisfied to utilize but
a small fraction of the water in your
w ell; if you prefer heavy damages for re
pairs after each storm in Winter, by all
means use a windmill; but if you want
water at any time, and up to the full ca
pacity of vour well, put in an Ajax Coal
Oil Gas Engine, the latest thing in me
chanics, an engine that uses common
coal oil for fuel, and is built by the well
known firm of Palmer and Key, San
The fourth annual meeting of the Ash
land Alumni for 1SH5 w ill be held in the
K. O. T. n. Election.
High School Building, Thursday eve
ning, Dveemlier 5, 1895, instead of Fri
The annual election of officers of
day, November 29, as announced last Granite
No. 4. K.O.T. M.,will be
wee*. A h complete an attendance as held next Tent,
Wednesday evening, Decem
|M»ssible is requested.
ber 11, 1895, in the lodge rooms of the
Order in I. O. 0. F. Hall. All members
T iik A dvrrtihkr turns out the ln*st Job are reouested to be present.
Printing in the city, at the lowest price.
By order of C. H. G illette , R. K.