The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898, December 18, 1895, Image 2

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T he A shland A dvertiser .
Published Every Wednesday.
Loomis sells “Ashland Butte” lard.
It pays to advertise in the right
journal; this jmjier is the one. Try it!
(STRemember ns for Job Printing.
A full assortment of nuts at prices to
suit the times at the Candy Palace.
If you don't read the A dvertiser , you
don’t get half the news. Suliscrilie.
The B Class of the High -School w ill
frive an entertainment soon after the
The will l>e a two week’s holiday va­
cation. lieginning with next week, for
the Ashland Public Schools.
Have you seen the “Climbing Mon­
key” at Bert’s Candy Palace? Come in
and see him climb.
G. F. Billings and son, Ralph, re­
turned from San Francisco on Monday’*
Tons >oi plain mixed candy at 10 cents
per pound at Bayles’ Candy Store.
Kay Bach well. for a long time operator
of the Postal Telegraph office at this
place, has been transferred to Salem. L.
D. Minkler is tilling his former position
Hon arch of the Amateurs.
) E ditor , . .
P roprietor .
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Subscription, One Year, ........
Six Months.....................15.
Sample copies mailed freely.
Dtt^ngmte8T^ knOWn
Terms k^Aßente, )
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ads., notices, etc , when not
¡»aid in advance, run until ordered out.
Entered at the ¡»oat-office at Ashland,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
vertising Agent, 21 Merchant's
Exchange, San Francisco, is qur author­
ised agent. The A dvertiser is kept on
file in his office.
Ths “ADVERTISER” has ths lar
of sa j Payer of Its (Tasa.
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ASHLAND,............ WEDNESDAY, DEC. IK, lKUft.
HICKORY NUTS. Old Abe 11 bark.
•or ■ quarter at Soy lee
Candy Store.
a pounds
Be sure to get a supplement with to­
The Normal School Notea were un­
day’s A dvkrtirer . First accurate re­
port of the returns of yesterday’s avoidably crowded out of this issue.
Plenty <»i Space after the first of the year.
Before buying your Christmas candy,
Smith says the snow
isdee]»est that he don’t fail to set» the assortment in the
ever saw it. Well, yes, since he men­ Candy Palace, and get prices.
tioned it, he does appear to l»e pretty
Go to Klum A Crisler, Central Mar­
thoroughly “snowed under.”
ket, for clean, pure ,a>rk made entirely
on cooked feed.
It is pleasing to note with what cer­
For manzaneta at Sherwin’s
tainty the people of Ashland are waking
up to* theia interests. The men in Ash­
Don’t forget “London Assurance” in
land outnumber the gambling and the
(laniard's Ojiera House December 20.
saloon elements more than two to one.
We give a nice candy ¡mil with every
iiound of randv purchased. Sa vies, the
Owing to our enlargement the first of body Man.
the year, there will l>e no Christmas edi­
tion of the A dvertker , this being the
The holidays are rapidly approaching.
last issue of this size of the “Monarch of If you want any printing done, call
the Amateurs.” The subscription price around at the A dvertiser office. We
will lie raised to fifty cents per year, and guarantee you the l»est work in the city
for that sum we will give you the earli­ at the lowest price. We have the rest
lies, most complete and most reliable ac­ and moat modern job ¡»res
and facilities
count of the week's local hap]a
in Ashland and mean just what we say.