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MKDffOIlD DAILY TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 3909, '"- -: 7
: Classified Advertisements, Business Directory and Market Reports i
Prices Quoted Widely at Variance,
ji Show a Donw3rd
Tho nppl urkot in pretty badly
loaded up with Hoft and generally
inferior Mlock, nnil im a result is
weak. Prices quoted by different
dealers on tho Hiiiiiv sorts mid prudes
am Hit nt variance tlmt it is difficult
to ((ft mi ui-ciiralc lino on values for
ttui time, liul il in probably Hiifu to
Buy Hint there in nothing i tho innr
l(it nt this liino wotrth inn r than
2.50. Soimi of tint lending fruit
dealers iim a matter of fact hold Hint
the hi'st now offered could not ho
moved at nil readily nt bettor than
For two weeks tho supply in tho
Front street district lum been liberal,
iiiiiI receipts from all quarters this
week havo been thu hcuvicsl hIiioo
tho opening of tho season. A very
largo proportion of thn fruit coming
in, i' veil fmtii Hood Itirnr nnd other
well known apple-growing sections of
thu state, grade from fair to com
mon, and lunch of it is no soft that it
cannot bo held long. This in a nions
nrn accounts for tho present wide
variiini'o in price quoted. Little
complaint in heard, however, regard
ing wormy 'or diseased fruit. The
recent iietion of tho fruit inspector
praelieally put a Htop to tho ship
liicht of Mich fruit to thin market.
On tho street today the hunt Spit
Xcuhei'KK mid Jonathans were held at
$2 to $2.25 u box, hut these of cnurKO
urn not the sort of apples that tho
Mood Hiver and oilier growers sell
at fancy prices for shipment to the
eastern markets Not much of that
kind of fruit rein-hen the Portland
market at any time of the year.
Baldwins of good iiii lit V went today
at $1.25 to 1 .75 a box, and Cali
fornia l!i-llflowers ul !..'.() to ifl.ti'i.
Tln-ro will ho a union temperance
service of all the churches at the
Presbyterian church on Sunday eve
nine; at 7:110. W. Theodore Matlock,
pastor of thu Christian church, will
preach the sermon.
Prepaid Rallroao Orders,
"Somothing whiob is of consider
known is tho system of prepaid or
oide, interest to the ptiblia generally
ond which is uerhups not gonerally
dors now in offoet betwoen stations
of tho Southern Pacific company
and ail points in the United States.
By means of this system tickets may
bo pnrchasod at Medford from any
place in the United States and mail
cd or telegraphed direct to the party
wishing to come here. Sleoper ac
commodations and small amounts of
cush in conization with these tickets
may also be forwarded at the same
t Medford Iron Works
I E. G. TROWBRIDGE, Proprietor.
Foundry and Machinist
All k're' of Engines, Spraying Outfits, Pumps, Boilers and Ma-
Tclilncry. Agents In Southern Oregon for
I FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO.
i xroroBD, OHOoir M.
Capital and Surplus $125,000
Fruit and v-getables.
(Prices paid by Med rd merchants.!
Apples l2o lb.; p aches 2'z4c
lb; poars, l2(?p2c; sweotwator
grapes, VvWn; plums, l'zc; To
kay grapes, 4e. i
Potatoes, lo lb: onions, $1.50
cwt;; green onions, 35o doc. bunches;
carrots, ll'2o; boets, 1 'Va--;
string bonus, 3o; cabbage, IVio; green
peppers, Oh; cucumbers, lOo dozen;
tomatoes, lc; squash, 30c(ffi$l dor.;
water molons, lU($25c; cantaloupes,
30c$l dozen; greon cord, 1015c
Uor.on; pumpkins, 1015o.
Butter, Eggs and Poultry.
(Prices paid by Medford merchants.)
Ranch butter, 30c; fancy cream
Fresh ranch eggs, 3.r)0.
Mixod poultry, 10c; spring chick
ens, 15c; ducks, 10c; turkeys, lflc.
,Feed and Mlllstuffs.
Prices paid producers.)
J lay Timothy, $10; alfalfa, $15;
grass, $14 ton.
Wheat Old, $1.20 bushel; new, $1
bushel; oats, $30 ton; barley, old,
$30; now, $20.
Rolled barley, $2.00 cwt; $30 ton;
bran, $1.75; middlings, $1.851.00;
shorts. $1.80(5)1.85. '
Beef, 2Va(a3c; pork, 6c; mutton,
3Vic; lamb, 4'2c; veal (dressed), 0e
Turnips, l'lo per lb; carrots, lc
l''C per lb; parsnips, ll'.c per
MEDFORD TIME TABLE.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
0:25 a. ns.
5 :24 p. m.
8:30 p. m.
No. lfiOrogon Express. .
No. llll'orlland F.xpress.
No. lllShasta Limited.
5 :50 a. m
10 :35 n. m
No. 15'Californin Express
No. 13S. F. Express. .
3 :32 p. m.
Medford to Jacksonville.
Motor car leaves
Trnin loaves .
Motor ear lenvos .
8 :00 a. m
10:45 a. in
3 :35 p. m
6:00 p. m
9 :30 p. n'
Jacksonville to Medford. .
Motor ioaves 7:00 a. m,
Train leaves 8:45 a.m.
Trnin loaves 2 :30 p. nt
Trnin leaves 4:30 p. m
Motor car leaves 7:30 p.m.
PACIFIC & EASTERN RAILWAY.
Leaves Medford . . .
Arrives Medford . . .
Arrive Eagle Pt. . ..
Leaves Eagle Pt...
8 :00 a. m
2 :20 p. m.
10 :10 a. ra
5 :00 p. m.
8 :45 a. m
9 :05 a. to.
3 :05 p. m.
4 :15 p. m.
Arrives Eagle Pt. . .
Loaves Eagle Pt. . . .
8:55 a. m.
9:00 p. m.
8:10 p. m.
3 :00 p. m.
200 p. m.
HIGHEST ATTAINMENT IN
SYSTEMATIC BANKING SERVICE
Tho Jackson County Bank rospeot
fully solicits your account, subjoot
to your chock, with the strongest
guarantee of snfoty and efficiency.
We offer the highost attainment in
systumatio banking service, which
assures the grentost care in every
financial transaction, with this oMig
W. I. VAWTER, President.
G. R; LINDLEY, Cashier. '
CAN Be Easily Satisfied by a Want Ad In The Tribune.
Costs but a Few Cents, Saves' Time and Money. No
Matter What It Is a Want Ad Will Supply , It. 1 0ne
Cent a Word, Six Insertions for the Price of Four.
y 4. ,
WANTED Position as janitor or 3
or 4 offices to clean. Address F.
care Tribune office.
WANTED Lady or gentleman waiter
nt Emeriek cafe.
WANTED $800 or $1000 on 10
acro tract, close in to Medford; will
foil for $2000, or will sell for $1000
down and. ?1000 on long time; will
take city property in part payment.
Address "f," care Tribune office.
WANTED Ten men to work on
ranches. Inuuiro nt office of Con
dor Water & Power Co., or of E. W.
Liljcgran, Tolo, Or.
WANTED 100 hen turkeys. In
quire office Condor Water & Pow
er Co., or f E. W. Liljcgran, Tolo,
WANTED Man to work on rnnch;
winter's job for right man, L. E.
W., enro Tribune.
WANTED A competent girl for a
smull fnmily; good wages. Address
P. O. Box 423. .
WANTED Experienced quarry man.
Address P. O. Box 418, -Medford,
V ANTED 12 wood choppers to chop
cordwood nnd tiorwood. Address E.
W. Liljcgran, Tolo, Or.
FOR RENT Furnished front
modern conveniences. 402
Main, opposite pnrk.
FOR RENT 5-room furnished cot
tage, modern, close in, furniture for
sale. 213 S. Central-avenue. 192
FOR RENT Two elegant furnished
rooms. Apply 130 West Main st.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at No.
10 North Grape street, first .house
off West Main street. 195
FOR RENT In private house, com
fortable furnished rooms for gen
tlemen only, cl so in nnd cheap if
taken nt onco. Apply northwest
corner Fourth nud Front. 103
FOR RENT 5-room modern cottage
for rent, with furniture for sale ; best
location, 1013 West Main St.
FOR RENT Pleasantly located mod
ern furnished rooms nt 604 West
Morriman and Elliott have moved
to thoir.now shop on Riverside ave
nue, whore thoy will bo better pre
pared to do blticksmithing in all its
branches than ever before. We take
pleasure in' thanking all our old cus
tomers who have stayed with us in
tho old shop and inviting newoomers.
You will now got tho -benefit of our
ong experience and increase facili
ties. We nro here to stay and to
plonso our customers. Horseshooing
is our specinlty.
MERRIMAN & ELLIOTT.
TAXIDERMIST AND FURRIER
Send your trophies to me for mount
ing. Big game heads, fish, birds and
mammals mounted true to nature by
improved mothods. I do tanning, make
fur ruga, mako, remodel nnd clonn
fur garments. Express and mail or
ders promptly nttonded to.
C. M. HARRIS,
495 Washington Streot, Portland, Or.
Telephone, Main 3600.
Norman Bros., the saddle, and har
ness makers, dosire to announce to
tho trade that thoy nro not only pre
pared to fill all orders at short no
tice, but carry, the most complete line
of harness, saddles, bridles, whips,
robes, blnnkots, wagon covers, tonts,
eta., that can be found in southern
Oregon at prices that cannot fail to
plonse when quality of stock and
workmanship is considered. Don't
forgot tho place, 317 E. Sevonth
FOR SALE Or exchange, grocery
store and 200 cords dry wood, for
city or country property. Address
Box 11, Hugo, Or. 108
FOR SALE Furniture, cottage, mod
ern, close in, for rent. Apply Y, Tri
bune. . 192 '
FOR SALE Or trade on good lot,
good team of matched driving pon
ies, new 2Vi farm wagon and har
ness. James Bowling, 20 So. Peach
FOR SALE 1800 pounds second
hand telephone wire for sale, rolled
in rolls in good shape ; a bargain for
someone. Call on Chris Ulrica or
address-Lock Box 24, Jacksonville.
FOR SALE Bay driving team; well
matched, sound, weight about 1200
pounds; 7 years old. Address T. L.
Holdredge. Talent. Or. 195
FOR SALE-Nearly new hack. W. M.,
care of Tribune.
FOR SALE Finely split stovewood
in oak, fir nnd pine, and cordwood
snwed into 16-inch length blocks.
Call on F. Osenbrugge, Stuiebaker
FOR SALE 3 acres good garden
land, under ditch; good house;
Phoenix. Matt Calhoun.
FOR SALE 5-room house. 31 S.
Orango street, $350; three lots and
house $2000. P. O. Box 53G.
FOR SALE-5 and 10-acre tracts
just within and adjoining city lim
its, at a bargain, on 5 annual pay
ments. Address P. O. Box 418.
FOR SALE New 5-room bungalow
on Peach street N.; pantry, bath
room, closets, screened rjorch. mis
sion furniture, electric lights, sewer
connection, city water supply con
trncted for.' Good well' and pump
Woodshed. Apply to W. J. Roberta,
office over Medford National bank.'
FOR SALE 1C0 aores good fruit
land, 30 acres cleared: stock and
implements with place $2000. Chas.
R. Pigeon. Medford.
FOR SALE 1200 acres unimproved
land, also improved land, suitable
for fruit, for sale cheap. See H. M.
Coss, sole agent, 604 W. Tenth St.,
Medford. f ' '
FOR SALE Twenty acres, near
Merlin; good fruit land; $400; terms.
Address S. Tribune.
FOR SALE Choice business proper
ty at a bargain," on long time; easy
terms. Address P. O. Box 418.
FOR SALE 7-year-old black mare,
ride or drive singlo or double; also
good milk cow.' G. L. Pankey, iy2
miles northeast, of Central Point, or
address enre Tribune. v
FOR SALE 1200 acres improved
land, suitable for fruit, for sale
cheap. See H; M. Coss, sole agent,
604 W.' Tenth St.. Medford. tf.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
H-4- -- -f -r-
TO EXCHANGE 4 city lots in Fort
Worth nnd Roscoe, Tex., worth
$1250, for property of enuil value in
Medford. For particulars address Z,
euro J nlinne. 193
Notice is horcby given that tho un
dersigned will apply nt tho negt regu
lar meeting of to city council, Med
ford, Oregon,. Tuesday, November 2,
for a liconso to sell malt, vinous and
spirtious liquors in less quantities
than one gallon at lot 7,block 21, in
Medford, Or., for a poriod of six
Dated October 22.
GEORGE M. BORDEAUX.
Physicians and Surgeons.
R. W. STEARNS, M, D. Opposite
Jackson County bank. Night calls
promptly answered. Office and res
ident phone Main 2301.
S. A. LOCKWOOD, M. D. Physician
and surgeon. Office, 133 W. Main
st Phone Main' 577, Medford.
DR. R. J. CONROT Successor' to
Dr. Jones. Office in Stewart build
ing. S. R. SEELY, M. D. Physician and
burgeon.' Modern equipped operat
ing rooms. X-Ray. Office hours:
10-12, 2-4 p. m. Office in Jackson
Co. Bank Building.
DR. P. G. CARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS . CARLOW Osteop at h i c
Physicians. Mission Block, Phcnt
DR. FRANK ROBERTS Dentist.
Office hours: 8 to 12, 1 to 4. Miles
Building, Main street, lledford, Ore
KINDERGARTEN 1009 W. Main
street. Hours : From 9 a. m. to 11 -30
a. m. For particulars apply to Miss
Arra Harmon, director, at the school
BIJOU THEATER West Seventh st.
Darling Stock Co. in repertoire of
high-grade comedy-drama produc
tions. Changes Sunday and Thurs
days. Admission 10c and 20c.
VERNE T. CANON Bill Poster and
Distributor. All orders promptly
filled. Room 7, Jackson County
Bank Building, Medford, Or.
S. T. BROWN & CO. Billiards, Ci
gars and Soft Drinks. Up stairs,
Young and Hall building. A nice
cool place to spend the hot after
H. F. WILSON & CO., dealers 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 Sts., Med
ford. Mission Furniture made to
order. Cabinet work of all kinds.
A trial order solicited.
MORDOFF & WOLFF Cook Stoves
and Ranges. New and Second Hand
Furniture. Eads' old stand, 18-20
F St .South. Phone 91, Medford, Or.
MEDFORD HOSPITAL Surgical
cases a specialty; thorough equip
ment. Mrs. L. G. Gardner, Prop.,
446 E. Evergreen St., Medford.
Drayage and Transfer.
ADAMS & MOORE, GENJ3RAL
Draying and Transfer, will call
anywhere in city. Phone Main 561
Stand at S. P. Depot
CARLTON NURSERY Grow all
all kinds of nursery stock without
irrigation or fertilizer, but on deep,
rich soil, producing a normal growth
and a vigorous, healthy tree, with
a strongo root growth. Those trees
are especially adapted to Rogue
River valley soil and conditions. J.
P. Adams, Agent, P. O. Box 143.
Office in Central Point Hotel, Cen
tral Point, Or.
QUAKER NURSERIES Our trees
are budded, not grafted. Our stock
is not irrigated. We guarantee ev
erything put out. We are not in the
trust. H. B. Patterson, office, in
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY NURSERY
n p i.:i. a
stock. C. E. Cook, Prop. R. R. V.
depot. P. O. Box 841. Phone 583
J. A. SMITH Tin shop. Tin and
sheet iron ware on hand and made to
order 128 North G street.
MACKEY'S STUDIO "Pose with
Mackey and die with joy." Over Al
len & Reagan's store; entrance oo
ww.fawww UIIILW I UP ,
Building and Loan Association
JACKSON COUNTY B13LDINQ
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION O. C.
Boggs,- Acting Secretary, 128 E.
WILL take by contract, on reason
able terms, all kinds of work, also
irrigating, planting and cultivating,
etc. Landscape gardening. First
class references. William Peters,
Civil Engineer, Phone 1801, 322 East
Main street, Medford. Oregon.
P. J. NEWMAN, JOHN CAR KIN.
Newman & Catkin, Court Lawyers.
Corporation and criminal prao
tice in state and federal courta. Of-
lices over Jackson County bank.
wi.yiu BrJAMS W. M. Colvig,
C. L. Reames. Lawyers. Office:
Medford Bank Building. Becon4
WITHINGTON & KELLY
PORTER J. NEFF-Attorney-t-law
No. 9 D street, ground floor.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, at the
ELLA M. GAUNYAW Palm bloct
Stenographic work dona quickly and
BENSON INVESTMENT CO. Real
estate, loans and fire insurance.
Office 112 W. Maio st., Medford
Ore. Phone 3073.
Printers and Publishers.
MEDFORD PUBLISHING CO. haa
the best equipped job office in
Southern Oregon; Portia ad prices.
37 Sonth Central ave.
DR. GOBLE The only exclusive op
tician between Portland and Sac
ramento Office on West Mam street
ana railroad. ' " - "-A-
CALL ON DR. E. J. BONNER, Ey
specialist, when others fail. Offioe
in Eagle Pharmacy. Main 233. East
Main near D'Anjon.
ELWOOD AND BURNETT, the jew
elers, carry a complete stock and
make a specialty of high grade re
pair work. Opposite the Nash Ho
tel. GEO. A. BUTT Watchmaker jew
eler and engraver. My jewelry stock
is up-to-date. My facilities, includ
ing eperience and material for re
pair work, are the best in the city.
Corner Q and Seventh sts.
Brick Companies. r-M
O. D. Nagle.
THE MEDFORD BRICK CO.
Brick manufacturers and contrac
tors; also lime, cement and plaster
m any quantity. Office, Medford
National bank bldg. Phonee Main
MEDFORD FURNITURE CO. Un
dertakers. Day Phone 353. Night
jruones u. vv. (Jonklin 36; J. H.
Medford, Oregon: This certifies
that we have sold Hall's Texas Won
der for the cure of all kidney, blad
der and rheumatic troubles for ten
years, nnd have never had a com
plaint. It gives quick and permanent
relief. 60 days' treatment in each bot
tle. Medford Phormncv.
WANTED Three girls for gen
eral housework; good wages.
MALE AND FEMALE
HELP FURNISHED TO
33 SOUTH FRONT STREET.
.. PHONE NO. MAIN 3351. .