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THIS MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1909.
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Classified Advertisements, Business Directory And Market Reports
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ARE TO DEVELOP
LIVESTOCK MARKET
Uniform Livestock Rates Arc to. Bo
Put Into Effect Dairy
men to Meet.
(Mull Trlliutio flprclnt Hrvlcn.)
PORTLAND, Or.. Dec. 1. Con
'cited nfrortM to develop tlio Portland
llvostork mnrkot on a big nenlo tuivo
boon begun during Iho week by live
lit uric iiioii of tlio iinrtliwwt In con
tiocllon with tint rnllromU In thn mat
tor of more fiiviirntilo niton. A con
ference wan hold between a niinilior
of roproHontntlvo Htockmon. Tlio
mutiMgomont of tlio loral Htorkynrd
niul Iho traffic manager of tlio rail
romlH centering tioro. Uniform llvn
Htoclc rates that will ho of groat ben
vf It to thin market, nit well nn to
tlio stock minors throughout tlio ter
ritory nro expected.
Oregon dairymen nro showing
Vrcnt Interest In tlio nnniml conven
tion of tho stnto aitHoelatlon. to ho
Will In Portland', December 1 nntl
in. and Uio attendance will lio largo.
Mnny prlxea linvo boon offered for
tho bout showing of dairy products
nmdo at tlio convontlon, and tho ox-
lilbltn will undoubtedly bo tho bout
inadu In roronl years, rno crenmory
companies of tho state nro offering
prUi' and tho Portland Flouring
iiiIIIk of fern n purso of 1100 to go for
tho two bout exhibits. Tho Portland
Coniimirdal rlub will give a rocoptlon
Thursday ovonltiK, December 0. to
the dairymen and member of tho
Stnto Horticultural society.
According to V. It. Parker of lin
ger City, who linn boon In the city
durliiK tho pant week. Oregon hns
thu only hord of Ibex known to oxlnt
on tho continent. Ho discovered tho
rnro nnlmnls In tho vlrlnlty of Mount
ICnglu In tho Cornucopia range, and
urges tbnt a game pronorvo bo ere
nted there for tbolr jironorvnUoii. Un
ions this Is done, Mr. Porker fenrs
tho Ibex will bo exterminated by
liuntcrs. ,
Tho Portland Fair & Livestock ns
soclutlon .ban oleclod offlcorn ns fol
lows for the coming year; President,
K, L, Thompson! vlco-prosldoirt, C.
C. Colt j treasurer, Julius Molor. 0.
A. WoHtgato waH chosen temporary
tworr.tary. Plans nro under wny nl
reud) or next year's fair and tho
iiitingnmont Is determined to make
tho affair tho mart successful In tho
history of tho association. Promo
tion of tho livestock Interests of tho
northwoHt Ih tlio aim of tho organiza
tion. Notice.
Notioo is hereby given that tlio un
dersigned will npply nt tlio next reg
ular mooting of tho city council of
Medford, Oregon, to ho hold on Do
.comber 7, 1009, at 7:30 p. m., foe n
llecnso to sell malt. vincouH and spir
itouH liquors in loss qunutities thnu
ono gallon nt tho Hotel Mooro bar, on
lots 0 and 10, block 15, of tho town
(now city) of Modford, in Jnokson
icounty, for a period of six months
Dated Novemhor 18, 1000.
W. P. RAU.
NOTICE
Is hereby givon thai tho undersigned
will apply nt tho rcgumr mooting c f
tho city council of Modford, Orogon,
on Decombor 7, 1009, for license to
noil malt, vinous and spirituos liquor
in loss quantities thnn ono gallon, nt
lots 14, ir nnd 10, block 21, in Mod
ford, Oregon, for n period of six
omnths.
YOUNO & HALL.
Dated November 21st.
SPECIAL RATE TO THE OREGON
THRESHERS' ASSOCIATION,
At The Dalles, Or., December 2 and
3, 1009.
Ono nnd ono-thlrd fnro on tho cer
tificate plan will ho nmdo from nil
points on tho Southern Puoifio (lines
in Orogon) to Tho Dalles and return.
Tiokets on solo November 20, 510, Do
combor 1, 2 nnd 3. Final return
limit Docembor 0.
Important addresses will ho nmdo
by roproHonlntivos of tho U. S. de
partment of agrioulturo, dopnrttnout
of good roads; Prof. Philip S. Hose,
Madison, Wis.; P.. P. Clark, editor
Anierienn Threshermau; Hon. Lionel
It. Wchstor, Portland, Or., nnd oth
ers, on subjects of importance.
Two hundred dollars in gold will be
given as prizes for the best whout
raised in Orogon,
Silver cup for outfit threshing
$100 piizo bushel of grain,
For further information call on
nny Southorn Paeifio agent, or write
to William McMurray, goneral pns
aongor agent, Portland, Or.
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PORTLAND MARKETS.
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llopo, Wool and Wile.
Ilopfi 11)08 crop, choice, 17c;
prlmo to choice, 10c; prime, lGVic;
modluin, lRc; 1009 choice, 23c;
prime, 22c; medium, 20c,
Wool 1009, Wlllnmetto vaHey,
20O24c; onutorn Oregon, 20W2Hc.
HhecpnktnH Hhrnrlng, 10fl)2r,c
onch; whort wool, 2Gfi:ri0c; medium
wool, HOcCf Jl each; long wool, 7Gc?P
I1.2C encb.
Tallow Prlmo, por lb., 3(0' Ic; No.
2 and grcaw), 2Q2iJ,c.
Chlttlm bark lfV4c.
Moliiilrl!09, 23((T2-lo lb
Hides Dry hides, 17rl8c lb;
Rreon, 9Wfi?104c lb; bullu, groon
aalt, To lb; kips, 10 I 10 '6c lb; calves
green, lOfl lXc lb.
' Mutter, KgR" nod Poultry.
KggH I.oral, randloil, itolcct,
2Ho; ordinary npi t0(52c; nc
ond, 32c; loral utornge, 32Q3Gc;
enntorn htorage, 32B3Gcc.
Duller Fat Delivery f o. b. Port
land Sweet cream, 3lc; noiir,
32 He
lluttor lixtrn cronmory, 3Cc; fan
cy, 3tfif3Gc; ntore, 22lc.
Cheeiio Knncy full crocm flatk,
18c; triplets nnd datnlci, ISc; YoutiR
Americas, 19c
Poultry Mixed chickens, 13 5?
13 ",4c; fancy bens, He; roosters, old,
lOG llc; springs, HKc; gecio, 10c;
ducks, 22 ? 22 c; pigeons. Htuabs,
$2 dot; dreojd cblckeus, 17 & O 18c;
wild goose, C doz.
mln, l'lour niul Hay.
Ilnrley Producers' prlcos 190D
Food, 2G.7G rolled, 30; brow
ing, $2C.G0.
Wbent Trnck Club, 9 If? 93c;
bluostom, 1 1,01 1.03; rod, 90c; for
tyfold. 05O9Ce; Turkey rod, 91
92c; Wlllamolto vnlloy, 9tc.
Mlllstuffs Selling price nrnn.
I2G.G0; middlings, $32; short.
J27.G0; chop, 22tf 28; alfalfa meal,
$19 por tou.
Flour New crop, patents, $5.00;
straight, $2.35; bakors. $4.35 0 5.00
Wlllnmetto valley. $1.90 bbl; export
grndes, $1; graham, Vis, $5. CO;
whole wheat, $G.S0; rye, GO, $C.G0;
bales, $3.
Hay producers' prices Now
timothy. Wlllnmotto vnlloy fancy,
$18; ordinary, $17; eastern Oregon,
$20; mlxod, $HdTir,; clovor No. 1,
$11 15; wheat, $HC1G; choat,,$lG
C1C; alfalfa, $15.
Oats Spot dollvory, now, produc
ers' price Track No. 1 wbllo. $29 C
29.50; grny, $28?23.60.
Corn Wlolo, $30; crhckod, $37
ton.
. Fruits niul Vegetnblcn.
Fresh Fruits Orongcs, Valonclns.
$3. 25(13.50 n box; bnnnnns, Gc lb;
lemons, $6 00 box; grapefruit, $1;
ponra, 60 $1.16; Tokay grnpos, 90c
?$1.3G; Concords, 13 H 16c; huck
lleberrlcs, 8c.
Potntoos Eolllng, now, $1; buy
ing, eastern Multnomah r.nd Olackn
cwt; garlic, 10 12c lb. ,
Apples $101.50.
Vegetables Now turnips, Oregon,
80090c sack; boots, $1.25; carrots,
80000c naok; cabbofto, local, 750
90c; tomatoes, local, fancy, GOocrato;
beans, 10c lb; cauliflower. 75 0 90c
dos; peas, lOo lb; borfloradlnh, 10c;
green onions, lOo dor; poppors, boll,
ibo lb; bond lottuco, 20c doz; hot
house, $1.25 box; rndtshos, lOo doz.
bunches; calory, 40 085c; eg3 rlnnt,
$101.26 crato; corn, $1.25 sack;
sweet potntoos, $1,75 01.85.
Itlce--Imporlnl Jnpnn No. 1, 5 He;
No. 2, 5 Mr- New Orleans bead, G 3-4
07o; Croo'o, 5 Vic.
llonns r nlll white, $5.50; Inrgs
wbtto, $4.5 ; pink, $4.25; bayou,
$5.75; Llmas, $; rods, $7.50.
, Groceries, Nuts, l-'tc.
Sugar Cubo, $0.25; powdorod,
$5.85; fruit or borry. $5.S5; dry
Krnnulntod, $5.75; coonf. A. $5.05;
extra 11, $5.15, golden O $5.26, D yel
low $5.16, beet $6.06, barrels 15c,
half barrolp 30c, boxes REo advance
on sack basis,
cash quotations,)
Honoy Now. 13 He lb.
Meats, Fltdt and Provisions.
Dressed Mor.ts Front stroot hogs,
fancy, 9 He; ordlnary,9e; vonls, ex
tra, lO0tOHc; ordinary, lOo; heavy
5 0fio; mutton, 7o; lambs, 7c.
Hams, Ilacon, etc. Portlaand
pack (local) ham, 17Hc; breakfast
bacon, 18H027c; boiled hatn, 250
2Go; picnics, 14c; cottago roll, 15o;
rogular short clonra, smokod, ICV'jc;
backs, smokod, 10 Ho; plcklod
tongues, GOo onch.
Local I.nrd Kottlo loaf, 10s,
17 Ho lb; Gs, 17 5-8o lb; 50-lb. tins,
17o lb; atoam rondorod, 10s, IGHc
lb; 6s, 10 5-8o lb; compound 10s,
UUo lb.
Clams llardoholl, por box, $2,10;
razor elama, $2 box.
FishHook cod, lOo; lb; floun
t'ors, Go lb; hnllbut, 8o lb; strlpod
bass. 15o lb; cattish, 1 Oo lb; salmon,
Btoolhond, 7o lb; sllvors, Go lb; Boles,
Go lb; shrimps, 12 Ho lb; porch, Go
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Fill a Long' Felt Want
By Using tho Classified Ad Columns of the
Medford Mail Tribune
No inttttor whnt it is you need, a want ad will bri'ig it at a next to noth
ing COBt.
Somuthins to trade? Something to sell ?
A classified ad will do it in record time.
They work while you sleep. They reach tho multitude.
Do you want to rent a house or a furnished room ? The quickest and best
way is through the classified ad.
Have you lost something ? A classified ad will find it.
Do you want to know tho loading business firms of Medford the wide
awako ones ? Look at the diioctory and at the advertising columns of tho Mail
Tribune
No homo in Medford is completB without the Mail Tribune and Medford
is a city of complete homes
Everybody reads the Mail Tribune and everybody reads its want ads.'
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lb; torn cod, 8c lb; lobsters, 35c lb;
crnwflsh, 23c per doz; sturgeon,
12 He lb; blnck bass, 20c lb; sliver
mnelts, Gc lb; block cod, 7 He lb;
crabs, $101.50 doz.
Oysters Shoalwntcr bay. per gal
lon, $2.50; per 100 lb. sack. $5;
Olympln, per gnllos, $2.40; per 100
lb. wick, $70 7.50; canned, GOc can,
37c dozen; ctctorn In obeli, $1.75
por 100.
Conl oil Pearl, Astral nnd Star,
1 Dc gallon; eocene, 22c gallon; olnluc
2Sc gnllon; bondllsbti 20Hc gallon;
oxtr.". stnr, 22c gnllon; vater wbtto,
11H016HC gnllon; special water
white, 15c gallon.
Gnsollno Red crown and motor,
10 0 23c callon; 80 gasolh e, 300
37 He gnllon: V. M. & P. naphtha,
13H02OHc gallon; cnglno distil
late, 9 010c gnllon.
Cattlo Host s.tcors, weighing 12Q0
pounds, $1.50; medium stcc-s, $4.25;
host cows, $3.25; best n'i-r. $3.00;
bulls. $1.7502.25; stns, $2.5003.
Hogs Best cast of tho mountnlns.
$S; Wlllnmetto valley, best, $7,75 0
7.S5; stockors, $4 0G; pigs, $G0 7.
Sheep noBt wethers, $4.25 0 4.50;
ordinary. $4 0 4.50; sprlrg lambs,
-$G.2G; straight cvcs, $3.500 4.00;
mixed lots, $4.00.
Culves Host, $5; orlluary, $3.50
04.50.
Ctarclilnj.
In 1501 the nrt of starching was pub
llcly tnugbt In Loudon by a Flemish
woman called MlMtre itluglieln
Vnndh Plum-. "er price being "foure
or nvo pound" and an extra 20 shll
lings for showing "bow to seetb the
stnreh."
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Fruit and V-jetab!es.
(Prices paid by Med rd morchnnU t
Apples, 102c lb; pears, lH0c:
Potatoes, le lb: onions, $1.50
cwt;; green onions, 35c doe. bunches;
enrrots, llVdo; beets, KQlVac;
cabbage, lVjo; turnips, iyc, pnrs
uips, lo and ViO lb.; squash, 30o nnd
$L doz.; pumpkins, 10 nnd 15c.
Butter, Eggs and Poultry.
(Pricos paid by Madford merehnntiO
Ranch butter, 35c; fiutcy cream-
ory. ;37Vc
Fresh ranch eggs. 50j. '
Mined poultry, 10o; spring chiok
ons, 15c; ducks, 10c tucKeys, 17c.
, Feed and Mlllstuffs.
(Pricos paid producors.)
nay Timothy, $10; alfalfa, $15;
grass, $14 ton.
Wheat Old, $1.20 bushel ; now, $1
busliol; onts, $39 ton; barley, old,
$10.
(Sollincr prices.
Uollel brt-icy, $2 cm $3-1.50 ton;
ban, $1 70: r tddllnss. $I.S"U1
shorts. $1.80(0)1.85.
Hoof, ?ljM 3c; pork GHc; mutton
3o; lamb, 410; venl (drossod), 0o
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LOST Dog, answors to namo of
"llarnoy." Liberal roward If return
ed to Elwood & Ilurnott, Seventh
street. 222
LOST Gold buckle, onnmoled in
blnok and white Howard, if'roturn-
ed at oneo. Mrs. A. E. Fostor, care
Mail Tribuno offieo. 210
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FOR RENT.
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FORR I2NT LarginTow" b'nrnl'wlll
nccommodato fourho!al of horses,
3 rigs and 12 tons of hay. Inqutro
on promises. 90G West Elovonth, cor
nor OraiiGo. 223
FOR RENT Llvo at tho Palms, now
brick building, now furnltuvo, strict
ly modorn, cornor Qrapo nnl Mnln
streets,
FOR RENT -1 BUttcTot inodorn fu?
nlshed housokeoplng rooms, will bo
vacant Docombor 4, Mrs. Joo Thom
as. 272 South Holly.
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FOR RENT.
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FOR RUNT 3-room bouse, $5. In
qulro 331 Sixth st. 217
FOR RENT 5 room3, bath, shades,
fine range connected. 331 Sixth St.,
corner Ivy. 217
FOR RENT Housekeeping
45 N. llartlctt st.
rooms.
218
FOR RENT Pleasantly located and
modern furnished rooms with bath.
Call C04 West 10th street or 124
King street. Tel. 141.
ROOM AND HOARD Room nnd
hoard for 2 men, 203 Narigan street,
one block north of store on West
Jackson street. 217
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FOR SALE.
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FOR SALE Team ponies, harness
nnd hack; goad reasons for selling.
J. W. Wakef lu, 1102 West Tenth
street. 222
FOR SALE nnr.ch, 200 acres, 50
acros cleared, fiousc, 2 barns, sheds,
etc, 50 apple, plum, pear and other
fruit trees and small fruits. 40 head
' cattle, 7 horses, 100 chickens, farm
tools, 10 miles from Eaglo Point.
Box G07. Medford, Or. 224
j FOR SALE I nm exclusive agent for
too Morrill piano, .nyono warning n
strictly hlgh-grado piano can save
25 per cent by buying of me. Call
at 110 South Ivy street and see pi
ano. J. D. Henselmnn. 223
FOR SALE 272 acres, s mile east
of Talent. 3 acres in young orch
ard, 10 acres in nlfnlfa, balance is
good nlfalfn land, independent irri
gating water. Frank A Reed, R. F.
P.. Talent. Ore. 221
EXCHANGE I have Improved resi
dence property In Medford, valued
at $2600 wl.Ich I will exchango for
California property or will sell on
easy terms. Dox 111. 221
FOR SALE Stock ranch, ,200 acres,
10 miles enst of Eaglo Point. Box
C07. 222
FINE snddlo horse, gnited, gcntlo for
lady or child. E. A. Heflor, Mission
Cnfe, 20 S. C st.
FOR SALE $1000, 5-ronm house
nnd ono lot, 31 S. Orange; water,
sower, telephono and light handy.
Inquiro on premises. 220
FOR SALE Bny horse, works any
plnco; woight 1245; cheap. E. A.
Ilofler, Mission Cnfe.
FOR SALE 1100-pound rnulo team
cheap. E. A. Hefler, Mission Cnfe.
FOR" SALE 50 acres chotco apple
land, 25 f.cres full bearing winter
npples, good sovon room house,
barn and laro packing house, nil
Implements. Only 2 miles fiom a'
city of 7,000. A nnp nt. A snap
at $21,000. Seo or wilte F. .G.
McWillinms, Ashland, Ore. 23S
FOR SALE Oak, fir nnd pino cord
wood, 12 nnd lfl-inoh; also dry rail
wood; dry pitch for kindling. Phono
order to Main 4201.
FOR SALE Or exchnngo tor Med
ford real estato or ranch, 110 acres
tobacco farm on Pennsylvania rail
road In southorn Maryland, 85 acres
In cultivation, 25 acres in whlto oak
tlmbor, 15 ncres timothy meadow;
rich, loamy soil, .also sultablo for
potatoes, molons nnd fruit; espec
ially adapted for Maryland peaches;
40 mtlos south of Daltlmoro, 25
miles from United States Capitol,
Washington, D. C; nbundnnco of
wator; good roads; mild climate.
Address nox 20, Maall Tribuno of
flco. FOR SALE 300 tiors of first-class
pino wood, thoroughly sonxnnod;
will doliver 3V-j tiors to nny one at
$2.50 por tier. V. L. Howard,
Phoouix. Or. if
FOR SALE 5, 10, 20 and 30 ac.o
tracta for snlo near Phoo:ilx. Matt
Calhoun.
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FOR SALE 75-acro ranch, with
good water right; finest fruit land;
chnp:; also property In Portland;
will trado for Medford p-operty. Seo
Coleman at cigar factory.
n telephone line, one mile from
school house, good deep soil, good
ncighbrohood, 1200 apple and peach
trees set out last spring, water for
irrigation near orchard. Price
$5000. My home is on North 10th
street. W. J. Sturges, L. B. 015,
I Grants Pass, Oregon.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN 100
ncre improved form, located 02
miles of Grants Pass';, good irriga
tion. Write for particulars. Cle-meuts-Bnsler
Realty Co., owner-,
Grants Pass, Or. 201 .
FOR SALE Household furniture at
I private sale; mostly now; new pi
1 ano included. Call at GOT South
Central avenue. 21C.
FOR SALE 5 nnd 10-acre tracts
just within and adjoining city lim
its, at a bargain, on 5 nnniml. pny
merts. Address P. O. Box 418.
j FOR SALE Finely split stovewood
in ouk, fir and pine, and cordwood
sawed into lG-inch length blocks
Call on F. Osenbrujrge, StuJebnker
Bros. Warehouse.
FOR SALE Choice business proper
ty at a bargain, on long time; easy
terms Address P. O. Box 418. '
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WANTED Young lady to set type,
Ono with experience preferred. Call
or address Record Office, Central
Point, Or. 21S
WANTED Sulto consisting of bed
room, sitting" room, with fireplace,
and uso of bathroom. Address Wl,
Tribuno office. 221
WANTED Schoolgirl to work for
bonrd. 1518 W. Main st. 220
WANTED Lady who wishes a good
steady position to do pressing and
sowing. Good position and salary
to right party. Pnntorlum Dye
Works, No. 6 North Fir street.
219
WANTED To buy a good Jersey
cow. Address P. O. box 361. 220
WANTED Man and wifo for family
of two; man to enro for lawn nnd
chores, woman ns cook and house
work. Cull nt Condor Wnter &
Power Co., office, Medford. 216
WANTED Room and board for two
men, 203 Nnrrignn street, ono block
north of storo on West Jacksonville
street.
WANTED $1000, ono year, on 8-
acro orchard Just planted; houso
and barn; closo In. Address E,
caro Mall Tribune. 220
WANTED Nurso wnuts enses
Phono. Farmers 70; box 872. 224
WANTED Experienced quarry man.
Address P. O. Box 418, Medford,
Or.
VANTED 12 wood choppers to chop
cordwood nnd tierwood. Addross E.
W. Lil.iegrnn. Tolo, Or.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
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Restaurants.
BEE HIVE RESTAURANT Monls
loo; beds, 15e. Givo us n trial. 29
Central nvenuo. unstuirs.
Attorneys.
COLV1G & REAMES W. M. Col
vig, C. L. Reamos. Lawyers. Of
fieo Medford National Bank Build
ing. Socond floor.
W1TI11NGTON & KELLY Lawyers
Palm Building.
PORTER J. NEFF Attomey-at-lav
No. 0 D stroot, ground floor,
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Stenographer.
I'UHMC STENOGRAPHER, at the
Moore Hotel.
J. C. LOWREY, Stenographer and no
tary. 29 Jnckson County Bank bldg.
ELLA M. QAUNYAW Palm block.
Stenographic work dona quickly anJ
well.
Real Estate.
BENHON INVESTMENT CO. Real
estate, loans and fire insurance
Office 112 W. Main St., Medford
Ore Phone 3073.
Printers and Publishers.
MEDFORD PUBLISHING CO. has
the best equipped job office is
Southern Oregon; Portia 3d prices
37 South Central ave.
Opticians.
DR. GOBLE The only exclusive op
tician between Portland and Sac
ramento Office on West Main street
and risiriad.
CALL ON DR. E. J. BONNER, Ey
spec'nltst. when others fail. Office
in Eagle Pharmacy. Mam 233. East
Main near D'Anjou.
Jeweler.
ELWOOD AND BURNETT, the jew
elers, carry a complete stock ana
make a specialty of high grade re
pair work. Opposite the Nash Ho
tel. GEO. A. BUTT Watchmaker, Jew
eler and Engraver. My jewelry
stoc is up-to-date. My facilities, in
cluding experience and material for
repair work, arc the best in the city.
Comer G and Seventh streets.
Brick Companies.
G. W.Priddy. T. CRrv
O. D. Naj
THE MEDFORD ! 5ICK CO.
Brick manufactu.-"-. pad contru
tors; also lime, cetneii and ptest;
in any quantity. Office, Medfor,
National bank blJg. .honee "Matt.
545.
Undertakers.
MEDFORD FURNITURE CO. Un
dertakers. Day Phone 351. Night
Phones C. W. Conklin 3001; J. H.
Butler3571.
PLno Instruction.
ELARMONY, sight reading, musical
form. Mrs. E. E. Gore, Metropolitan
College of Music. Miss Flora Gray,
Studios, 144 South Central avenue.
Phono 493.
Plumbing.
JACK MOORE C-ntractor for
plumbing, heating and sewerimr.
Eleventh and r ji
Phone 123.
Paint Stores.
M.J. METCALF Paints, Brushes,
Wall Pnpor, Glass, Varnishes Stains
and Wall Tints. 318 E, Main St,,
Medford. Oregon.
Tea Companies.
GRAND UNION TEA CO. S. Kemr
fhorne, agt. Store opened from
to C. Phone 3871. 237 Riversid.
avenue.
Tin Shops.
J. A. SMITH Tin shop. Tin aud
sheet iron ware on hand and made to
ordor 128 North G street.
Photograph Studios.
MACKEY'S STUDIO "Pose with
Mackey and die with joy." Over Al
Ion & Reagan's store; entrance 00
Seventh street.
Carriage and Auto Painting.
VALLEY SIGN AND CARRIAGE
WORKS Iligh-elnss work guaran
teed. Signs. Riverside nvenue.
Phono 801.
Painting and Decorating.
MEDFORD DECORATING CO., suc
cessors to Shearer & Phillips,
paintors nnd decorators in nil
branches; weathored oak on inside
finish a specialty. Our greon roof
stains guaranteed not to spot. 504
N. Bentty st. P. O. Box 14, Medford.
Elocution.
CLASS WORK nnd individual les
sons. Mrs. Roseoo A. Johnson, (108
Cnthorino st., TutJlo's Addition. P.
J). Box 272.
Civil Engineers
WILL tnko by contrnot, on renson
nblo tonus, nil kinds of work, nlso
irrigating, planting and oultivnting.,
oto. Lnndscnpo gardening. First
olnss roforonoos. William Potors,
Civil Enginoor, Phono 1801, 322 East
Main streot, Modford, Orogon.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
4-4-4-f4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4
Kindergarten.
KINDERGARTEN 1 009 W. Main
street. Hours: From 9 a. m. to 11:30
a. m. For particulars apply to Misa
Arm Harmon, director, nt the school
Bill Posters
VERNE T. CANON Bill Poster and
Distributor. All orders promptly
filled. Room 7, Jackson County
Bank Building, Medford, Or.
Billiard Parlors
S. T. BROWN & CO. Billiards, Ci
gars mid Soft Drinks. Up stairs,
Young nnd Hall building. A uica
cool place to spend the hot after
noons. Architects.
J. K. A. BILES, Architect and Build
ing Superintendent, P. O. Box 480,
Medford, Or. Your building re
spectfiilly solicited.
BIJOU THEATER West Seventh st.
Darling Stock Co. in repertoire of
high-grade comedy-drama produc
tions. Changes Sunday and Thurs
days. Admission lOo and 20c.
Furniture
H. F. WILSON & CO., dealors in new
and second hand furniture and hard
ware. Agents for Mound City kit
chen cabinet. 323 E. Seventh st.
MISSION FURNITURE WORKS
Corner 8th and Holly Sta., Med
ford. Mission Furniture made to
order. Cabinet work of all kinds.
A trial order solicited.
MORDOFF & WOLFF Cook Stovea
and Ranges. New and Second Hand
Furniture? Eads' old stand, 18-20
F St .South. Phone '01. Medford, Or.
Drayage ahd Transfer.
ADAMS & MOORE, GENERAL
Dnryiug and Transfer, will call
anywhere in city. Phone Main 561..
Stand at R. P Depot
Nurseries
QUAKER NURSERIES Our treea
are .budded, not grafted. Our stock
is not irrigated. We guarantee ev
erything put out. We-are not n tha
trust. H. B. Patterson, office, ui
Hotel Nash.
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY NURSERY
Growers of high-grade nursery
stock. C. E. Cook, Prop. R. R. V
depot. P. O. Bo t 841. Phone 5b3
Medford.
Transfer and Drayage.
H. S. BRUMBLE Drayage and
transfer. Baggage stored. Office
r- and Seventh.
Cement Workers.
P.. -T. ADYLOTT All work guaran
teed strictly first-class. Residence
No. 400 Beatty streot. A card will
bring me to you.
Music.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES Mrs. H.
L. Huillier, 707 Main stroot West.
Private lessons in pinging (method
Rossini) and laufiruages French,
'Italian, German, Spanish.
MRS. E. E. GORE Pjano instruction
Metropolitan Collego of Music. Miss
Flora Gray. Phono 493, 144 Sootb
Central avenuo.
Building and Loan Association
JACKSON COUNTY BlHLDmp
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION O. C.
Boggs, Acting Secretary, 128 E.
Main streot.
Carpenters and Builders.
F. E. HILL Will furubh plans an
list of nil timber to bo put in build
ing. Medford, Orogon
Dentists.
DR. FRANK ROBERTS Dentist.
Office hours: 8 to 12, 1 to 4. Milea
Building, Main streot, Medford, Ore
gon. Physicians and Surgeons.
R. W. STEARNS, M. D. Opposite
Jackson County bank. Night calls
promptly answered. Office and res
ident phono Mnin 3432. . . . . . . .
S. A. LOCKWOOD, M. D.; Myrtlo S.
1 Logwood, M. D. Offico in Ilaskins
Building. Phono Main 1001.
CONROY & CLANCY Offico In
Stewart Building Physicians and
Surgeons. Offico phone, Main 341;
private phono. Main 012.
U KF.ELY. M D -Ph v-icinn nnd
SiirsHMin. Modern equipped operat
ing rooms. X-Rny. Offico hours:
10-12, 2-4 p. m. Office in Jackson
Co. Bank Rnildint.'
DR. F, G. CARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia
Physicians. Mission Blook, Phon
201, Medford.

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