40 NEW BUSINESS HOUSES
ESTABLISHED IN MEDFORD, 1928
Reflecting an unusual activity in the establishment of new business concerns in Medford during 1928, approximately 40 new business houses were opened, representing a large number of various lines of endeavor.
A recent survey included the following new establishments: Colyear Motor Sales, East Main; Mullin's Ladies Ready-to-Wear, East Main; Brophy's Jewelry, East Main; Lincoln Grocery, West Sixth Street; Skaggs No. 2, West Main; Shangle Studios, Medford Building; Burelson's Ready to Wear, South Central; Montgomery Ward, South Central; Music Box Radio Shop, East Main; Witham Super Service, South Riverside; Adrienne Steward $15 Store, North Central; West Side Variety, West Main; Rosenberg's Dollar Store, North Central; Cloverleaf Service Station, South Riverside; Van's Bakery, West Main; Dunlop Tire Agency, South Riverside; Jackson Cleaners, Eighth Street; Oregon Tailors, South Riverside; Medford Motor Company, South Riverside; Economy Shoe Store, North Central; Ethelwyn Hoffman Shop and Town and Country Shop, in Cooley building; Cinderella Shop, South Central; Dutch Oven, East Main; Walker's Dance Pavilion, Childers building; Heck Sign Company; State Theater, South Central; Sandwich Shop, North Bartlett; Coffee Cup, South Front; Orange Lantern, North Holly; Santford-Jones Grocery, South Central, Cloverleaf Service Station, South Riverside; Sabin and Rindt Auto Company, North Riverside, Triangle Service Station, West Main; Regina, Queen of Drinks, South Riverside; Radio Service Laboratory, South Grape; Colvig Drug Store, West Main.
Medford Mail Tribune, December 31, 1928, page C8
Last revised June 27, 2010