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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1895)
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THE ASHLAND ADVERTISER.
Honarch of the Amateurs.
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ÂÜHLAMI». ORMiOS, WKDXKSBAI« DECEMBER 11. ISSA.
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TME REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
Investigate and be Con% ¡need.
The Good Ticket Nominated Justifies the Sup
port of All.
At the present time, when low prices
prevail, the farmer, orchardist or vine
yard ist who handles his routine work,
aa well as his crop, the most cheaply
ami expediently, is the man who shows
the Inmt profit for the year. It therefore
follows that since the Ajax Coal Oil Gas
Engine is the latest, beat and cheapest
power obtainable, that Palmer A Key,
San Francisco, Cal., are in a ¡»osition to
help you add materially to the net profit
of your ranch. Investigate and be con
The Republican Convention for the
nomination of city officers was held last
Monday night in the City Hall. Never
Indore in the history of Ashland has ho
much interest been shown in local poli
tics as wax shown at this convention, a
vote of one hum Ire«I forty-eight being
cast in the first I »a Hot. Tne house was
called to order at eight o’clock by Robt.
Taylor« E. V. Carter wan elected « hair
man; F. D. Wagner, secretary, with C.
II. Gillette as assistant.
J. P. Dodge was made the unanamoua
candidate of the convention for Mayor,
ami a more capable man could not have
The most enthuainxm was shown in
the nomination for Marshal. The choice
of the convention wan C. P. Jones, who
received a Imllot of one hundred eight
voted against the united strength of
thirtv-four votes for the other nominees.
Mr. Jones has seen much service on the
]»oliceman*H I »vat, and justly merits the
confidence of our respectable, law-abid
ing citileus— not the gamblers, however,
wlio, we are informed, are going to rim
our present “excuse for a marshal.**
The I ml lots Mere cast twice for Street
Conimiaaioner, B. R. Willits receiving
the nomination in the second lull lot.
E. V. Carter, Milton Berry ami J. A.
McCall were made the unanamous nom
inees of the convention for the offices of
Treasurer, Recorder ami Surveyor
The ward nominations for Councilmen
are as follows: 1st want, H. C. Myer;
2d wnrd.C. B. Crisler; 3d want, J. W.
The Republican ticket throughout is a
good one, ami should In* given the suj>-
¡»ort of every citiren who is interested in
our city’s welfare.
Union .Teeting and Services.
A Union Meeting of all the Young
People’s Societies will lx? held in the
Congregational Church next Sunday
evening at 6:30 o’ckn’k.
Union Services will also lx* held in the
Congregational Church at 7:30 o’clock
next Sunday evening. Sermon by Bap
tist | »as tor.
K. 0. T. rt. Election.
The annual election of officers of
Granite Tent, No. 4, K. O. T. M., will lie
held this Wednesday evening, Deceni-
l>er 11, 1885, in the lodge rooms of the
Order in I. O. O. F. Hall. All members
are requested to lx? present.
By order of C. II. G illette , R. K.
The Normal Team Challenged.
The first foot ball team of the Ashland
Normal School has received and accepted
a challenge from the Eagle Point team
to a game of foot Imll. As yet, the
ground for the game is unlocated, but
the contest will undoubtedly take place
here or at Medford.
luist Friday Judge Murphy sentenced
Why pay two dollars a year for your
Theodore Durrant to lx* hung for the local news when you van get the same
crime of which he was convicted. The news for twent v-tive cents? Moral : Sub
scribe for the A dvertiser .
»late of execution has notjvt been set.