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MEDFORD MAIL TltrBTOE, MEDFORD, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1910.
If You Want to Buy, Sell, Hire, lease or Find-Want-Advertise!
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Thirty-two Cars of Cherries, Six of
Apricots nnil Over Ono of Ponchos
Bnrtlotts Contlniio to Develop
Well, Conflrinlnii Estimates.
Tho Cullforniu Kruit Dint riljutorn
huvo iHKtiud tho following market lot
tor to llio trndu:
Tho following gives iiiimliur of curs
of duoiduoiiH fruit shipped from all
points in California lor tho woel:
(ho von days) ending Friday night,
ChorrioH, 32 ears l'urly soutioiiH
are now nearly ilono shipping this
varioty and tho heavy fliipinoutH nro
aoming from Han .Ioho. Liko thu
fruit alroady shippod, this continuim
to bo fino. Tliu auction tnarkutH arc
absorbing tlionu HhipmontH at fauoy
priccu and tho results of thu cliarry
season huvo never boon excelled.
Fruit will coutiuuo to go forward
.from Han Joho for tho noxt two
wookn or tnoro.
Apricotn, fl cars Thoro is a
fair movement of fruit of this vari
oty now going forward from Winters
nnd Vacavilln and HhipmontH may ho
expected to inoreami daily. Woathor
hitH hoen too cool to bring them for
ward ah faat as wo would liko, hut it
Jiiih now clinugcd and HhipmontH af
ter noxt week will ho liberal.
l'oaehoH, IVi earn - Alexander
poaches liavo boon going forward in
n limited way during tho pant wcok.
Shipment will incroitHo from thin time
on, hut tho amount will not ho heavy,
as tlitH variety in not produced in tho
quantity of formor yours. Quality
of the fruit hah been up to tho UHiial
standard. During tho hint wcok thoro
Iiuh hoen a houvy dropping of Craw
ford iK'aohoH, ho much so that in
Home localities tho output will ho
Homowhat curtailod. This is confined
principally to the early sections and
thero !b no ronHon to expect that it
will bo extended to tho later ones.
PluniH Plum HhipmontH huvo not
reached a sufficient magnitude to ho
worthy of quotation. Tho first vari
eties, Httcli na Cherry, First and Cly
tnan plums, have hoen coining in in
wry iiniKiMi way, Din will no in
mora libornl receipt thin coming week
nnd after that Hum will bo moving in
largo (uantilioH. Fruit continiioH to
look fino and will undoubtedly ho
Hiitinfuctory in quality. Tho hoavy
north wind of ono week Hinco prob
ahly damaged tho plum crop moro
than anything oIho and hoiiio varieties
in oxpoHed placon will bo quito short
in coiiHoquonro. Thoro will ho plenty
in other plncoH, howovor, to mako up
for tho ahortago.
Hartlott pears continuo to develop
vory well. Previous predictions oh
to quality and percentage of crop aro
confirmed by presont appoarancofi.
QrnpoH aro developing woll. In tho
later hooHoiih tho hunclios aro show
ing uniiHual h!ko and in tho oarlior
flections tho berries aro now Jnrgor
than avorago oiifrnnta. Thero is no
traco of mildow or other difloano and
tho quality and condition of tho fruit
ifl vory good.
Weather during tho past weok Iiuh
boon generally cool, but hns now
iurned much wanner. This change
IB vory accoptablo and will hasten
tho development of fruit.
WAGON DRIVER TUMBLES
AMONG SOME LIVE CRABS
BALTIMORE, May .10. Tho only
good orobs nro doad onos, accord
ing to William Jonos, who foolingly
oxprosROH that opinion. No wont to a
wharf to got a barrel of crabs. Tho
harrol was placed in tho wagon and
William started for homo. All wont
woll until tho barrel turned ovor nnd
William jumpod into tho wagon to
gather up tho orustneonns.
Tho crabB clung ho tonacioiiBly to
William's fingers with thoir ol'aws
that ho howlod with agony. His foot
slipped and down prono ho wont
among tho crawling, biting ornbH.
Ono hit a pioco out of his oar, an
other proforrod his chook, still an
cthor nttuohod itsolf to his noso.
His orios for asBistanco brought
volunteers, who rcflouod him.
William is still nursing his wounds.
Notice la horoby glvon that my
wifo, Emma Hmollno Royo, lias horo
toforo and in or about tlie Slot day
of January, 1010, loft my bod and
board, and tbat I will not bo rospon
slblo for any dobtB contracted by
'lior and will not pay any tf hor bills.
Datod Medford, Orogon, May 25,
02 WM, II, ROYSB.
Market Oroaks About Even In Port
land Hon Offering Causes Slight
Weakening In Prices Sheep Mar
ket Liko That of Cattle.
PORTLAND, Or., .May 30. Ho
coiptK for tho week were: Cattle 1)5.1,
calvcH CO, hogs 2870, slicsp 010, and
horHcs and innloH 01.
In point of Hiipply and demuud, the
cattle market for (ho weok broke
about oven, and while thoro has
doubtloHH been a slight decline in
prices, buyers attribute tho differ
ence in quality as tho caiiRo.
Tho Htimo condition can be said to
have applied to the Hheep tnnrkot.
Thero was an active demand for tho
lessened receipts and prices remained
Htoady to strong at tho recent de
cline. Tho hog market, in tho face of in
creased HiipplioN, showed a slight
weakening in prices. Wliilo the de
mand is Htroug. values aro ft to 10
cents loss than they woro at tho op
ening of tho wcok.
LOOKS OVER 1,000 AND
QUICKLY CULLS A WIFE
NEW WESTMINSTER, Wash.,
May .'10. When Qoorgo Wcct, n civil
ougincor of Seattle, concluded to take
a wifo ho went to Paris, Ontario, and
applied for n job with tho Ponmnn
West worked for half a day, do
voting most of his attention to tho
thousand girls engaged at tho fac
tory. Along about noon ho biiw Miss
Florence McMillan, ono of tho com
pany's importation of girls from
England, nnd decided she'd do.
Having secured her address ho loft
tho mills, called upon hor tho next
evening and tho following day How
Canon Hrown performed tho coro
inony which mado them man and
wifo. West rofunded to tho Penman
Company tho $00 advanced for his
bride's pnsHago from England to
Paris. Immediately aftor tho ccro
inony Mr. and Mrs. West loft for Se
attle. SAN DIEGO NORMAL
SACRAMENTO, Cul., May 30.
Stato Superintendent of Education
Edward Hyatt this morning rocoived
notico Hint Samuel T. Hlaok has ro
Higuod as president of tho San Diego
normal school and has boon suc
ceeded by Edwnrd L. Hardy of tho
San Diego schools. Mr. Black for-
morly was state superintendent of
"f -f 4-
Fruit and Vegetable.
(Prices paid by Medford merchants)
Potatoes, $1.00 owt; onions $3
cwt; cabbage, 2 02 Hi c.
lluttor. Eons Had Poultry.
(Prices paid by Medford merchants)
Ranch butter. 2.re: fniiov cream.
Fresh ranch oggs, 25n.
Mixed poultry, 19 & 14c; spring
chickens, IB 18c; turkeys, 17c.
Ilorrles Strnwborrlos, local, $1.40
crato; goosehorrlos, 6 to 8c lb.
Green onions, 30c dozon bunchos;
rndlshos, 30c doron bunchos; rhubarb
4 to Cc lb; lotturo, 40o dozen; tur
nips, 40o dozon bunchos.
(Prices paid producers.) ,
Hny Timothy, $1; alfalfa,' $16;
grass, $14; grain hay, $10.
Grain Whoat, $1.20 bushel; oats,
$30 ton; barley, $30 ton,
Hoof Cows 4 4 ; stoors 6
"Vjc; pork, Oo; mutton, 5Q
GMic; lambs, Go; veal dressed, 8c,
Rolled barloy, $1.00 owt, $30 ton,
bran, $1.07; middlings, $1.85 1.90;
shorts, $1.801, 86.
Notico Is horoby given that the
undorslgnod will apply to tho city
council of tho city -of Medford, Ore
gon, nt Its next regular mooting for
a llconso to soil sptritous, vinous and
malt liquors In quantities loss than
a gnllon at lilo placo of business on
lot 17, block 20, In said city, for a
period of six months,
t O. M. SELSBY.
Datod May 25, 1910.
ITaskitiB fov TToalth.
Somo want nil holp In finding the
host workor for your work Is worth
whllo undeniably I
The Want Ads Are Full of Facts That
Have a Cash Value to You
Tlio classified ads nomollmos called "want tide" aro always rich In "cash-value facta." It dopends upon
what your lmmcdliitn poroonnl intercuts nro as to what these facts aro as to how much thoy aro worth
to you In cash. But ttoy aro thoro and thoy ato for you unices you ohould b) a person of no personal
Interests. Which you aro not.
If you nook work, somo of tho classified want ads will bo of "cash valuo" to you. If you seel; work
ers thin la utlll truo.
If you want to soil somothing,
CASH VALUE TO YOU and bring you dlroct cash roturns.
If you want to buy proporty of any sort, tho classified ads contain offers that will enable you to chooco
INTELLIGENTLY, and to buy to tho host POSSIBLE advantage
If you nook an Invootmont or a bargain In a used artlclo of any kind tho dandified ads again hold
uish-valuo facts for you.
Home people go on through the troublous days of their lives but vaguoly awaro that tho classified ad
vortlMomonts aro constantly holpln pooplo all about thorn making tho dally routino castor and moro
Merchant mcsnagos for you today
n plenty, and important!
FOK HALE Two acroo near city
Cornor lot, Oakdale and Tenth,
Corner lot on West Main street;
Bldownlk laid and paid for, $1000.
Two p-room cottages and thrco
largo lots, ono lot contatninc throo
quartcH of an aero, 10 blocks out,
Othor bargains in land nnd bear
D. II. JACKSON & CO.
Opposite Hotel Mooro.
FOR BALE Ton acres under ditch,
thrco miles northeast of Medferd.
This Is a saap at $1200. Siskiyou
Realty Company, room 22, Jackstn
County Bask ldg.
FOR SALE 20 ncrcs of fruit land
in tho valley two miles from post
office, ono milo from city limits;
good houoo and barn; span of mulos
nnd wagon; two hclfcre and ovor
500 chickonB. A bargain as an In
vestment or homo. Inquiro J. II.
Crcagor, 639 W. Palm at., Mcdford.
FOR SALE A young 30-acro oi
chard tract set to commercial apples
and pearo, adjoining the city limits
of Ashland, Or.; good soil; sightly
location; lies practlcall? level; or
chard la fine cond Itloa; ono of tho
best auys in tho valley ; prlco for a
short tlmo only $250 per aero; or
will subdivide. Address Gillette &
Campbell, Ashland, Ore. Pkone No.
161 Main. 6
FOR SALE 48 acres of flno land,
3 ncros a flno garden ao you ovor
saw, moat all In potatoes, all can
bo cultivated easily; CO tlors of
wood cut; water right; can bo irri
gated tho your round; prlco only
$2000; $1600 cash, balance In 6
months. Addroos II. II. Iloxle, R. F.
D. No. 1.
FOR 8ALE 10 ucres good garden
land, on main road 1 1-2 miles from
Main Btreet; all under ditch. Price
$3,600. Will tako $1,000 In city
property as part payment. Aylor
Darnott, next to Mall Tribune of-
FOR SALE 498 acres land In Scott
Valloy, ono of tho most boautiful and
foitllo spot-i in California, mostly la
alfalfa, and can bo Irrigated; woll
Improved, good fencos, am", flrst
claBa bulldlncs; $4G,000. l'or fur
ther parMcuInrs addrocB Walker
Dros., Etna Mills, Sloklyou county,
FOR SALE 5-room bungalow, $700,
terms. Aylor & Barnott.
FOR SALE 6-room houso, 31 South
Ornngo streot, $2000; houso nnd lot
on Ronnott nvonuo for $1100. En
qulro of ownor on promises. J. A.
FOR SALE 30 acres undor lrrlg.i
tlon. Partly sot to poars and
npplos. On lino of Pacific &
Eastorn R. R., at Fioh Lake. Ad
dress C. T. Forbes, R 2, Central
Point, Oro. 100
FOR SALE 5 nnd 10-aoro tracts
just within and adjoining city lim
its, at a bargain, on 5 annual pay
moats. Address Condor Water
FOR SALE Ton and twonty-ncro
tracts, alfalfa and frutt lands; Ir
rigated by porpotual gravity oystom;
wator deed with land. Prlco $150
to $175 por aero; terms ono-flfth
down, bal..nco 4 annual payments,
0 por cont lutoroot. Soo A. A. Mar
tin, California land man, agont Los
Mollnos L:m Co., Hotol Moor3,
FOR SALE Restaurant and rooms;
opon dny and night; "payroll"
$460 of lumbor plant; doing an Al
bualnoBs; roasons for selling. Wrlto
for thorn, $1500. Box 178, W, A, II.,
Wood, Oil, 00
YOUR USB OF THE CLASSIFIED WANT ADS WILL HAVE A DIRECT I
FOR SALE Lot on Ross court, Just
off Main; prlco VCG0. Room 22,
Jackson County Husk bldg.
FOR SALS; City lots. $zv; for a
small, safe investment ceo th city
lot I offer at $300 and $260 per
lot; $20 cash payment, balance $10
per raonvh; no InteroA. H. C. Malt
by, Palm MdK.
mtrm or urcaarOs.
tfOH SALE 99 afircs, sweet btfMIng
clto In tho alley, tncludh e 30 acres
good fruit land; cheap and terras
right. H. O. Maltby, Palm Bldg.,
Main and Front.
FOR SATjB NTnoty acroa. 30 in on
year old apple and pear trees, 100
inches of water, 2 1-2 miles from
railroad station. For terms write
"Owner," care Mall Tribune 261
FOR BALE About 39 acres of good
orchard land 1 1-2 miles oast of
Pkoonlx. One-half is la orchard.
Telephone Medford, 1199, or ad
dress C. T. Payne. Phoenix. Ore.
FOR SALE Fruit farm In Douglas
county; a bargain; 30 acres; 23
acres in full bearing orchard; 3
acres 8pltzorbcrg apples; 4 acres
poaches; 16 acres prunes; 1 acre
chcrrlos and pears; 2 ncras garden;
3 acres hay, balanco pasturo; some
timber, oiiough for wood; joining
city llfmtis; beautiful location; large
fruit dryor and small cannery on
placo; 8-room house, barn and out
buildings; 3 wells;' also good spring
on placo; on county road; cidowalk
to town; crop, team, wagon, buggy,
now disc and all tools go with placo;
prlco $260 per aero; placo will bo
worth doublo this insldo 6 years;
similar land just sold for $600 por
aero. I want to go back into busi
ness roaso- f.r soiling. Address E.
Hollwlll, ownti, Yoncalln, Or.
FOR SALE Choice business prop
erty at d bargain, on long timo;
easy terms. Address Condor Wa
ter Power Co.
FOR SALE Fino business cornor,
100x100 feet, east and north fronts,
within two blocks of now depot, 12
room house on it, fino location for
modorn hotel or rooming houso. In
quiro of owner at 135 North Bartlett
FOR SALE Good riding pony;
wolghB 800 pounds; young. II. F.
Caton, Central Point, or Hoimroth
FOR SALE A full line of Old Hamp
shire and Oak Bonds, plain aad cloth
finish; lettor heads and onvolopes.
Mall Trlbuno office.
FOR SALE Legal blanks of oil
kinds troapusa and other notices,
at Mall Trlbuno office.
FOR'SALE Wnll papor, patntB. oils,
brushes, a very comploto lino; in
formation onoorfuily given by an
oxporieuooa paluter. M. J. Motcalf,
318 E. Main t,
FOR BALM Chandler & Prlco Gor
don jobber, 11x14 press; a bargain.
Inquiro Mall Trlbuno otfloo.
FOR SALE For good wood nnd good
moasuro, try the Bunkor Hill
Wood Yard, at North ond of O
streot. Phono 841. J, A. McLeod,
FOR SALE Good frosh milk cow.
Inquiro of WIHIhoi Holmes, 11 North
Contral avenuo. 59
FOR SALE Second hand surroy, In
good ropalr. Mrs. S. A. Nye, 835
FOR SALE Or will trado for alfal-
fa hay, a $G5 Columbia grand con
cort graphoplono, with nearly 100
records In two casos; plco $30. Ad
dress 810 Oakdale avenue, South
FOR SALE At Woat Sldo Barn, wng-
on, harness, two horses, -
FOR SALE Auto runabout; choap It
taken at onco. Addroaa "W. P.,"
caro Mall Trlbuuo. 63
TO EXCHANGE Income property
In Los Angsslos, valued nt $27,600;
mortgaged for $3,600; owner's
equity $24,000. Will exchange for
proporty of equal valuo In or near
Mcdford. Th?c property Is la first
class coudlt'on and lt bringing In
a good ro.ttal. It will rtand close
Inspection. W. T, York & Oo.
WANTED Salesmen la erei? leoaf
Ity of the northwest; nsoaey ad
vanced wookly; many sahko over
$160 month; choice of territory.
Yakima Valloy Nnrsfl'7 Co., To-
FOR SALE Ono windmill In good
ordor; also good second hand bug
gy. Inquiro at Woods Lumbor Co.
FOR SALE A medium slzo refrlg
orator In flno condition. Call nt
916 E. Main st., or phono 3961
FOR RENT House, Juno 1st. No.
723 13th streot, West. 60
FOR RENT Modorn five-room cot
tage, furnished. Address W3, care
of this office.
FOR RENT Furnished front roomB,
closo in, sultablo for ono or two gen
tlemen. 605 West Main. 62
FOR RENT Two sleeping rooms and
ono three-room sulto of furnished
housekeeping rooms. Apply at 222
South Holly street.
FOR RENT Modorn furnished
roms at 604 West 10th or 124 King
FOR RENT Nicely furnishod front
room. Lady preferred. Call at 641
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Call
at 734 Sherman streot, just off Gen
FOR RENT Two new nnd nicely
furnishod sleeping rooms; easy walk
ing distance; modern; bath on same
floor; reasonable prices. Phone
FOR'TtENT A nowly furnishod room
In modorn houso, at $15 por month.
Call at 444 South Fir street. 60
FOR RENT Furnished room, closo
in, rent reasonable. Call at West
Sldo Barber Shop. 61
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
for two goatlomen or man and wife.
228 North Holly. tf"
FOR RENT Offlco rooms, up
stairs. 133 W. Main. 64
FOR LEASE Fully equlrpod gold
mine; ten-stamp mill and concen
trator, all ororated by eloctrlc pow
M. Owner will furnish free elec
tric power for share in proceeds. Seo
Smith, at Condor Wator & Power
Help Wasted Female.
mond. -Lady cook at tho
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED First-class surveyor.
Call at offlco of Rogue Itlver Elec
WANTED Mon capablo of earning
$50 por wook selling trees for larg
est and bost known nureory in tho
west; cholco torrltory; guaranteed
stoek. For particulars addross Ore
gon Nursery company, Orenco, Ore
WANTED Four-horse teams to haul
lumbor; ton-mile haul; cood road;
permanent omploymont; stato price
wanted por thousand. Address 1m
modlatoly, p. o. Box 212, Klamath
WANTED Compotont stenogra
pher; ono with somo knowledge of
bookkeeping proforrod. Must bo
ready to begin nt onco. Apply R. R.
Fruit Produco Assn., 16 Main St.
WANTED Al lathor; married,
sobor, rollablo, wants contract
work, Addross Lathor, Park View
Help Wanted Mnle,
WANTED Experienced stono cuttor
and quarry man. Call at Condor
Water and Power Jo's, office.
WANTED $16 per wcok paid one
man or lady in each town to distrib
ute freo circulars nnd tako orders for
Whlto Ribbon Concentrated non-alcoholic
flavors In tubes. Permanent
position. Experience unnecessary. S.
& Zleglor Company, 540 Como Blk.,
WANTED A mlddlo aged woman
wants work, washing and Ironing
in private family, or holp In kitch
en. Addrocs "Thco," Mall Tribune
WANTED Position In office or
store. Twenty years' cxpcrlcnco In
office and eight In general merchan
dise. Banks' and employers' ref
erences. Address "G. E.," caro of
Mall Tribune. 61
WANTED Setting hens and little
chickens. Call np Main 441. tf
CaU Main 1771.
WANTED To borrow $1300 for ono
year; will pay 10 por cent. Address
P. O. Box 172. First-class secur
ity. WANTED Mending for gentlemen,
clean laundry. Call at 734 Sherman
WANTED To rent Small modern
hocse, furnished or housekeeping
apartments, by Juno 1st; will take
excellent caro of tho right, place. Ad
dress Mall Box 474, Medford. 62
WANTED A mule, weight between
110-111 pounds. Charles W.
Isaacs, 116 N. Oakdale Ave. tf
i-OST A kodak, on the road be
tween Jacksonville and Col. Wash-h
burn ranch. Pleaso return to this
J.OST A roll of film tor kodak on
road between Jacksonville and Col.
Washburn's ranch. Finder please
rturn to C. W. Wllmeroth, care
FOR SALE Or exchange tar coun
try property, 2 3-4 acres, 1 6-room
house; pumping plant, 40 fruit
trees; 6 blocks from Main street;
on North Riverside; Boar Creek
bottom. Inquire at 317 E. Mala
TO EXCHANGE Have an equity of
$1,800 in a small residence in this
city, renting at $15 por month. Want
good fruit land, either raw or partly
Improved. Will assume, but have ud
cash to put in. Give full particulars.
Chas. M. McElroy, 1812 Third Ave.
South, Minneapolis, Minn. 60
WrTHTNGTON & KELLY Lawyers.
L E. RBAMES Lawyer. Over Post-
PORTER J. NEFF, WM. P. MEA
LEY Attornoys-nt-law. No. 9 D
street ground floor.
COLVI & REAMES W. M. Col
vig, C. L. RoameB. Lawyers. Gf
fico Medford National Bank build
ing, second floor.
B. F. MULKEY Attornoy-at-law.
Offices room 30, Jackson County
Bank buildine. Medford
MEDFORD FURNITURE CO. Un
dertakers. Day phone 351. Night
phenes: C. W. Conklin 3601, J. H.
MAC-KEY'S STUDIO "Pose with
Mnokey and dio with joy." Over Al
ton & Reagan's store; entrance on
CHOW YOUNG'S CHINESE MEDI
CINES Will cure rheumatism,
asthmu, paralysis, sores and pri
vate disoasos. Those remedies may
bo proonrod at tho Sing Lee laun
dry, 123 S. Riverside avenuo, Med
ford, Or., whore thoy will be sold
by tho propriotor.
Dr. Chow Young has treated sev
eral sovero oasos with his remedies
since oominp to Medford and has
for reference somo of the boat
known and most intelligent citizens
in Sonthom Orojron. Call on him
MESSENGER SERVICE Messen
gers furnishod at all houso of day
and till 9 p. m. to any pan of city,
from lOo to 25o. Phone Mnin 1812.
Patatera and Paperaaagero.
GERWOLF & WARD, contracting
painters, paporhungers and deco
rators; signs. Estimates given on
all kinds of day and job work. Park
View Hotel. Phono Main 1801.
SOUTHERN OREGON IIOSPITAJ..
344 South C fit., Medford, Or. E.
W. Hisey, Matron. Official bohUI
P. & E. K. R.
VERNE T. CAJHON Bill Poitarr and
Distributor. All order pnttuptly
filled. Room 29, Jackson Cwtty
Bank building, Medford. Or.
SEE WM. E. STACEY A CO. for
Bomo of tho choicest bargajaa m.
real estate in this vaHey. Also Brit
ish Columbia and Alberta, B. C, aa-d
other parts. Call on hk at Bitaer
office, Phippa bnildicjr, or at tfes
Medford Amto company garae.,
where wo start oat oar imU toe
the Aladden Mantle Lamp and bid
den window soreaa. Wo wiK' trat
yon right Cone and a.
MEDFORD PKINTINa CO. hu ih
best-equipped job office ia Beotb
ern Oregon; Portland prieaa. 37
South Central aveane.
S. T. BEOWN 4 CO. Billiard., Ci
gars and Soft Drinks. Ufj stairs.
Young & Hall building. A boo, coot
place to spend the h'et afternoon.
JOHNS & TURNER, Archkeeta an
Builders, office 7-8, 235 Hasa.
Phone Mam 3471. Baaidoaes jWca
Carriago aad Aato Patatic.
VALLEY SIGN AND CAESOXQ
WORKS Higi-clas work gaara
teed. Signs. Riverside area a.
H. F. WDLSON & Co., dealers ia mtw
and second-hand furaitare al
hardware. Agents for Moaad City
kitchen cabinet 323 E. 8evanth
MISSION FURNITURE WORKS
Corner 8th and Holly sts., Hodferd.
Mission Furniture made to order.
Cabinet work of all kaads. A trial
MORDOFF & WOLFF Cook Stovaa
and Ranges. New and Saeoad-Haad
Furniture. Eada' old staad, 18 W.
Fat. Sonth. Phone 91, Medford. Or.
QUAKER NURSERIES Our trees
are budded, not grafted. Oar stock
is not irrigated. Wo guarantee fiv
erything put out We are aet ia the
trust H. B. Patterson, office ia.
ROGUE RIVER NURSERY CO.,
INC. C. F. Cook.
DR. W. M VAN SCOYOC, Dentist
Office in rooms 203-204, Farmers'
& Fruitgrowers' bank bailifaig, west
of the traoks.
PbysicEuM aad Sargeea.
R. W. STEARNS, M. D. Opposite
Jackson County bank. Night calls
promptly answered. Office and resi
dence phone Main 3432.
CONROY & CLANCY Office ia
Stewart building Physicians aad
Snrgeons. Office phone Mam 341;
private phone Main 612.
DR. F. G. CARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia
Physicians. Mission block. Phone
Cigars and Tobacco.
IRELAND & ANTLE, Smokehouse
Dealers in tobaoco, cigars and smok
ers' supplies. Exclusive agents of
Lewis Single Binder, El Merito and
El Palencia. 212 West Main street.
ALEX. TAYLOR, BuildbR Con
tractor Houses, bungalows, alter
ations, repairs. 31 North Central
avenue, opposite postoffice.
MEDFORD BRICK CO. Geo. W.
Priddy, O. D. Naglo, Goo. T. O'Brien
Contractors and manufacturers
of brick; dealors iu pressed brick
and lime. Offico in Postoffice
block, room 5. Phono No. 3181.
BRICKLAYERS K. Kuiin, at
Smokehouse, first-class bricklayer,
stoneworker, cement ateppwfr
stucco and moulding, fireplaces aad.
tile work a specialty, Eerepeaa.
plan; day or contract.
LEGAL BLANKS All stylos of le
gal blanks for sale, a hundred dif
ferent formH. Medford Printine (V
J. A. SMITH Tin shop. Tia
shoot iron ware on hand aad made
to ordor. 128 North Q Street
ELLA M. GAUNYAW Palm block,
Stenographic work done' quiokly
M, FORTBSCUE Stenographer, 11
N. Front st. Phone 29L