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About Medford daily tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1906-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1909)
THE MEDFORD DAILY TRIBUNE, MEDUKD, uum.ujv, oa u;...,;,
Medford daily Tribune
Official Paper of the City of Medford.
Published every evening except Sunday.
MEDFORD PUBLISHING OO.MPA
George Putnam, Editor and Manager.
Admitted as Second-Class Matter in the Postof fi
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The Tribune is for sale by Hotel Portland News Stand, Portland, Or.;
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"TCTiat city in Oregon has grown from 2500 to 7500 in
five years ?
What city has spent within a year over a million dol
lars in public improvements ? " -Medford.
. "What city has spent $2,500,000 in building materials
in the past twelve months!
TYTiat city is constructing a half million dollar gravity
water system, bringing pure water from the mountains?
What city is completing a 21-mile cast iron distributing
Medford. . "
What city has constructed,, 25 miles of sewer system
within a year! v- v ii v .
Medford. ' 1 :
What city has laid two miles of bitulithic pavement in
less than twelve months?
What city furnishes the most business, passenger and
freight, for the Harriman system in Oregon, barring onlv
Portland? , . , .-
j What city receives shipments of at greater number of
carloads of commodities than any city in Oregon outside
the metropolis? ,
What is the leading fruit city of Oregon, surrounded
by 50,000 acres of orchard, shipping most carloads of ap
ples and pears ? ,
What city is the banner pear city of the northwest,
shipping more carloads of pears than all the rest of the
northwest combined ?
What city ships pears that command the top notch price
in all the markets of the world?
i.' What city shows an increase in bank deposits from
$500,000 to $1,750,000 in less than five years?
I What city shows a gain in postal receipts from $5000
to $20,000 a year within five years ? " .
j .' Medford.
f What city leads .the world in the number of automobiles
for its population, having over 200? . . .
c Medford. ' ,
H What city has the .most progressive population, the
Imost metropolitan characteristics, the best stores and the
jbest hotels of any city of its size in the country ?
K Medford. j
H What city has the richest horticultural, mining and
i timber resources of any pla ce in the northwest ?
U Medford. i
'V What city is growing fastest, has most substantial f oun
idatibn, arid is known far and wide as the liveliest and most
up-to-date and has the best future of any small city in the
country, barring none, east, west, north or south?
j' Medford. , ;
f '' ' TO BUILD UP YOUR CITY.
;.; Encourage every home enterprise. Take an interest in
every industry, invest liberally in the stock of faith and
.good will, and distribute it all over your city, in every fac
tory, every shop, every business house. It will pay you
large dividends, and will cost very little. It can never
depreciate in value. It will always be above par.
Buv home made goods. Ask your merchants for them.
Wear garments bought in your home city. Buy honiej
grown articles of food.v Read home made newspapers, i
In this way the money you spend is only loaned. It will i
come back to you again with interest.
Praise your city don't run it down. Stand by your
merchants and manufacturers they are the bone and sin
ew of your municipal structure: Stand by your churches
and take an interest in your schools they are the hopes
,'of your-, future. Stand by, your press it is the tireless
fcentinel that guards your interest.
At the Chrirtian Church.
liiblo tich jul nt 10 a. in. Tlio Lord's
supper and preaching at 11. At this
service t lio hi'i'inoii will lo t ho soo
oiul in tin sorios of Hcrmons on tlio
"New Testament Church." Every
member f llie church is exported to
le present. The I'lirUtinn Kndcnvor
Hoots nt (i:3X No. 7 ;:I0 servieq on
account of tint union temperance
service nt tint Presbyterian eliurcli.
W. Theodore Mullock, pastor.
Pioneer Injured. .
' 8. M. Robinson, one of tlio well
known pioneer residents of Talont
precinct, is laid up from tlio effects
of injuries received in an aucident
lie met with while eugngod in ropnir
ing the windmill on his plnco a few
days ago. He fell from the windmill
24 feet to the k''ouih1 mid received
some very bad injuries, but fortu
nately no broken bonus, and is now
recovering under careful trout men I.
M. W. A.
Notice There will u uncial hour
with refreshments the first l'Viday in
November. The cniiimiltco huvu a
good time in stoic All Woodmen
Ii. W. ST! '.A HNS.
107 Clerk "I'm Tom.
The Louvre C'nfe million a i-paml-ty
of banquets and Niippor purtieN.
ft JF .nnin.
Boys' and Young Men's
Youths' Overcoats in sizes
from 3 to 8, in automo
bile styles at,'wh ..$5
Youths' two-piece Suits,
in sizes 3 to 8, at each,
$3.50, $-1.00,. $5.00
Boys' Suits in sizes 8 to 15,
. in all new shades at, each
$4.00 to $10.90
Buster Brown Suits, with
Overcoats to match, at
each ..'..$6.50 to $7.00
Full line of odd Pants for
bovs, sizes 4 to 17 vears.
each .....50? to $2.00
BILLY EMPEY VAN - - Manager
TONIGHT, Last Chance To See
"The Bachelor's Romance"
Billy Van and Chas. Overton in "Hoot
Mon" a Scotch Specialty
Beginning SUNDAY Evening
"Master And Man"
A Four-Act Comedy Drama
Diato Lorenzo , - Grand Opera Singer
Italian, Spanish and American Songs
Saturday and Sunday Evenings
Admission 10-20 Cents
Wo have u iiiiiiiliei' of suburban lot h
which we will rliiHii mil in 11 hunch lit
n hnrgoiu counter price, r will Inulii
Siimll house and hit-go Kit on Holly
M reel, if.ViO. In this n hiinp? .
We luive M-verul income-paying
liiihinoNH properties l'or hiiIii. 1 1' ymi
lire intci-cMcd in this class of invest
neiil, il will hi v you lo Hoe iih.
We lire hiiiiliiuiirlcrs fur husiiiosH
pruporlioK of every description.
Ten ncres four miles from Metlford
nnd lt miles from Cenlriil Point,
new Jmiil, H'2 ncrua renily to eulli
vute, new .')-ronm Iioiihc, (food new
small hit in. situated on main Inn-clod
rond; the very best noil in tlie vul
ley; fine fine shade treed mid u bcuu-
t I ill Nile for a hoina.
Largo lot with 12 full bearing np
ple trees on South Central uveniio;
fine liie'ution mid n lioiiiiliful ki'o for
tt liomo; n snap if tnken nt once.
Forty ucroH, 10 miles from Med
ford, half mile from lloiigloj 8 ucios
cuHivntod; 4 Heron in fruit tree 2 to
10 yours old, on two good roiuln;
Hmiill hoiiKO, burn, woodKhod, etc;
25 ucron incloNod in wovon wiro
Now 5-room Iioiibo, lmrdwood fin
ih, now woodHlied, well on buck
porch, lot oOxlOO, corner Jnckw.ii
"'d Mr $450
Ono nero, 0-room . Iioiiho, bnrn,
chicken Iioiiho, eity wnter, only (100
feet from liivereido iivoiino . . .$3400
5-r.om nio)ei-n ImiiiriiIow on South
Centrnl avciiuo ;u fniip if tnken nt
onc . $2050
Ninc-ronin modern hoiiso, Hmiill.
low addition, lot COxlUO, corner -It It
and OronBo, neitr Oiikdnlo nve..$3850
nereH, ono mile from P. & K.
depot; n lifiiffiiin nt the price.. $6000
nonfiling bonne Best locution in
the city; cleiirn ifl.M) per month: Inner
'"i"0 , $2200
27 ncrcR. throe milnu fr...., f...i '
foro; .fl.-.OO Iioiinp, Knod bnrn. nil in
nlfnlfn; tho best In ml he fomid in
tlio J(oKiio Kivcr vnlley; tcrniK.$l2,000
1HU, ncrex. clone in iirinmriw r;...
est free Hoil, I I noreo jilniitcd to com
inerciiil npploR iiml pciirn 4 yenrn old,
V-. iieres nlfnlfn; (rood tormn $1 1,500
Kur unle or rout fl-mmn m,),.
buiiKiiluw on Ornnirc Hlreet, nnnr Oiik
lnle; rent $:)0; price $3850
HtmineKM locution lot "lOxlOO, HkIiI
in the honrt of tho eity. Cull ri( onr
office for pnrlicu!nr $8500
r nereH iiiKido city liiuilK, hit'li elo
yntion; this trnct enn ho Hiibdivided
into building lots or would iiuiko nn
idenl nrchnrd irnct. it in n bnrgniti
5 ncrcs ndjoining city limits, good
orchnrd land and n boniitirul Bite for
ft homo; in ono yenr will ho worth
double tho prieo nnkod $2000
10 ncrcs, ono milo from Medford on
tnniu traveled rond to AhIiIiiih! ; Bonr
creek bottom. land, net to npples nnd
penrs 2 yonrs old; trco8 nro Htrong
mid vigoroim. Hero in a . bountiful
silo for ' n - homo. Eimy tonnn.
3-room box Iioiiho nnd lnrgo lot
on South Centrnl avenue, completely
furninhod; good well nnd chicken
limine; n genuine bargain; cimy torum.
Somo splendid l)iisinnH proporties
for mile, 1oho in, good incoine pay
ers. Cull nt our offioo for doluiis.
'Our charge m $t per nionlb for
rciilir nnd collecting.
We roprenont seven ulrnng rolitt
hle firo insiininco enmpnnieH.
Surely bondn W represent the
Un ion Ouaraiiteo Association of Port
land. We hnvo Bcvornl npplientions on
filo for furnished houses.
BENSON INVESTMENT CO
Opposite Moore Hotel
1 12 W. Main St. Phone 3073 Main.