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About Hubbard enterprise. (Hubbard, Marion County, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1928)
The Anna Hospital
West A St.
Private Rooms if Desired
Y our-ow n physician
ANNA YOGET, R. N.
Visiting hours at the Anna
Hospital, 3-5 P. M., except
7-8 P. M. daily.
DR. ETHEL K. RILEY
Member State Board o f
DR. GERALD SMITH
OREGON STATE NEWS
OF GENERAL INTEREST
The state barr law, passed by the
1927 legislatprelvhich among other
things imposes I barbers certain ed
ucational requirments, has been up
held by a recenljourt decision. 1
Principal Events of the Week
Assembled for Information
of Our Readers.
Fire originatij from a defective
flue recently deaoyed the Circle Bar
ranch residence, Iven miles southeast
of Crane. The biding was one of the
old landmarks «Harney county.
It was learned recently that the
Johnson mill would open in Coquille
this fall, after It has been closed for
the past year.
The city of Amity has purchased a
1-ton Chevrolet chassis upon which
wiU be mounted the fire- fighting ap
paratus of the city.
The per capita cost of operating the
high schools of Tillamook county has
ranged from 876.11 at Cloverdale to
8342.33 at Wheeler.
The Jutstrom Fish company of Coos
Bay shipped the first full carload of
Salmon to leave Oregon this year. The
car is going to Chicago.
The Dalles office of the U. S. de
partment of agriculture’s farm labor
bureau placed 344 workmen on jobs
during the month of July.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office Hours 8: SO to 6:80
Office over Mohre St Beers*
Jacob Demaris, pioneer of Milton,
and a veteran of the civil war, died
following a ten-day illness. Mr. De
maris was 88 years of age.
DR. ED W ARD SCHOOR
Ashland is making plans for the
36th annual grand reunion of soldiers
of southern Oregon, to be held in Lith-
ia park, August 29, 30 and 31.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
HUBBARD - - OREGON
DR. C. AM M ETER
Has established his office in
the State Bank Building, where
he will be present every Tues
day, Friday and Saturday from
9:00 ajn. to 4:00 p.m.
Plates a Specialty
DR. A . F. deLESPINASSE
Special Attention Given te tC
Office at Residence on
West A Street
E N. H A L L
Calls Answered Day or Night
fresh water pomp for shallow
gallons per minute.
E. S. W OLFER
DR. T. K. SANDERSON
“ Say It With Flowers”
C. F. Breithaupt
512 State St.
Erixon & Engstrom, Salem contrac
tors, have received the contract for
constructing the North High street
bridge. Their bid was 827,075.
Work of laying a two-inch surface
of bituminous macadam on the state
highway between Coqullie and Myrtle
Point was started early this week.
The plant of the Lakeview Examin
er at Lakeview was* swept by fire last
week. Guy Cronemiller, the editor
and publisher, was on a vacation trip.
A yield of 1180 bushels of fall-sown
wheat of the Holland variety was pro
duced- this year on a 20-acre field on
the Winnie McDougal farm near Day-
Tillamook county’s warrant indebt
edness on August 1, according to the
monthly report of Miss Kathleen Mills,
county treasurer, amounted to $121,-
The picking of the largest crop of
huckleberries ever known in the dis
trict is in progress at Swim, on the
Mt. Hood loop highway, according to
A1 Fausette, daredevil, who made
the 184-foot drop over Silver Creek
falls several weeks ago, announced
that he intends to repeat the stunt on
Alvin Wilson, 67, was killed last
week 10 miles north of Pendleton on
the Holdman road when the truck he
was driving plunged from the grade
Burns caused by an explosion of gas
oline poured into a stove were fatal
to Mrs. Clara Baumgartner, f She died
at her home on the Kilchis river
The Oak Grove apple packing house
of Charles Savo burned Sunday, the
fire destroying made-up apple boxes,
which Savo had just completed for the
Activity at the plant of the Black
Marble & Lime company at Enterprise
has been resumed and the manage
ment hopes that at least one kiln will
To take care for whatever overflow
there is from the crowded junior high
school building the Medford school
board has rented the old First Metho
dist church building.
The Salem city council has asked
for bids for the construction of a new
bridge on South Liberty street at a
cost of approximately 895,000. The
bids will be opened September 4.
The salmon movement has arrived
off Coos, bay and heavy catches are
being marketed at North Bend, the
major . portion being silversides, but
some Chinooks are being taken.
The infant mortality rate in Oregon
is lower than in any othef state in the
Union, according to a bulletin issued
at Salem by Dr. William Dekleine of
the Marion county health demonstra
Arthur Smith, employed on a steam
shovel working on the state highway
near Cloverdale, was severely burned
when a can of gasoline exploded.
With his clothing aflame he ran and
rolled in the grass nearby, stripped off
his clothes and drove his automobile
three-quarters of a mile to the near
est house to call a physician.
Roscoe Cole, sgrneer in charge oi
government worn in the southwest
ern part of Oregl, has announced the
two jetties of Cps bay had been ex
tended as far awhey would go this
MORRIS OPTICAL COMPANY
First National Bank Building
W E A V E R TRUCK LINE
Let ns be your carrier. Direct Transportation o f everything by
Safe and Sure Way. Hubbard to Portland.
Give us a ring and see what we bring
Work is now u * r way on the build
ing of a two-stol stone addition to
the Hotel Levens i Burns. The plans
call for a moderi hotel building with
38 guest rooms at will cost about
Sports of pion er days, combined
with the thrills of t modern air circus,
will feature the 7 Ith annual Malheur
county fa ir' whicl will be staged in
to September 1,
George Gerloff, lor 25 years keeper
of the seabound 1; ght on a rocky islet
off Tillamook! held, left Astoria for
his last trip to his station. Within a
year Gerloff wjill be 70 years old and
must retire. I ÏÏL
Lyle Baird of Wallowa recently
proved himself the best swimmer who
has yet attempted- to swim the entire
length of Wallowa lake, swimming the
four and a half miles in 2 hours and
10 minutes. :
Organization: of a state-wide associ
ation of insurance agents was voted
at a meeting of insurance men from
all parts of Oregon in Salem last week.
Between 250 and 300 insurance opera
tives were in attendance.
The Clatsop county court has in
spected 'the bridge across the north
fork of the Nehalem river at Hamlet
and has found it in such poor condi
tion that it will have to be torn down
and a new span constructed.
Three hundred thousand Montana
graylings, a new fish to the waters of
Wallowa county, were planted in Wal
lowa lake recently by George Rogers,
county game warden,^ and R. H. Bon-
ney of thé state hatchery at Union.
Mrs. Sam Brown of Gervais suffered
cuts, on the lace when a Chinese
pheasant crashed against the wind
shield of an
in which she
was riding. Thé glass was broken.
The incident dccurred near Canby.
The Port of Alsea commissioners
have lumber and material on the
ground to build an addition to the
port docks, in anticipation of increased
shipping to Waldport.; This port has
never received any aid from state or
federal government, and is paying its
The threshing season has opened at
Sweet HémèJ Greenville, Foster, and
in fact all ovèr thé valley. The crops
are better in sonde places than first
estimated, -while on other strips of the
country the yield is light. White oats
seem to be a very heavy yield around
Construction of Baker’s community
hotel at cost of about 8270,000 was
assured when the stock/ sales cafn-
paign which has been ,in progress for
several weeks went over the goal of
8150,000. Nearly all the stock was
subscribed locally; More than 300
persons bought, stock.
Establishment of a control area in
Yamhill eouhty for the purpose of
combatting leaf and stem nemitode,
affecting strawberry plants and clover,
was authorized at a conference in Sa
lem, attended by members of the state
board ‘of horticulture and a delegation
of Yamhill county farmers.
About 3000 people attended the Cot
tage Grove merchants' -community pic
nic at the city park.- Stores and busi
ness houses were closed, streets were
decorated with flags and a parade was
led by the American Legion- drum
corps, and Boy Scouts drum corps to
the Methodist tabernacle, where a pro
gram was given.
Organization of a new Baptist
church in Salem was agreed upon at
a meeting in Salem, with 173 charter
mèiribers signing thé, roll. Practically
all of the backers were minority mem
bers of the. First Baptist church, in
which à bitter controversy has been
raging over the pastorate of the Rev.
Robert L. Payne.
Construction of a new cattle barn,
100 by 30 feet, was authorized by the
state fair board at a meeting held in
Salem recently. The cost of the struc
ture was estimated at $1000. For the
first time in the history of the Ore
gon, state fair there will be a ; complete
exhibit of airplanes and airplane ao
cessories this year;
Dr. ETHEL K. RILEY
Choice Meals — Excellent Location
MRS. MERCER, Prop.
New System Dentists
Drs. Krassig & Briggs
Specialists in Plate W ork and Extractions
Gas and Local Anaesthetic Used
Anderson Bldg., Oregon City
THREE IN ONE
Best Lunch Is Right Here
Candies, Ice Cream, Sodas, Pipes, Cigars, Tobaccos
Gentlemen’s Club Rooms
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Classes for all. Song service
and worship at 11. Young People’s meeting 7:45 p.m.
Choir rehearsal and Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Sunday services 11:00 a.m.
Classes fo r old and young.
Sunday school at 10:00.
PEGGY’S TEA ROOM
On the Pacific Highway
Fine Chicken Dinners — Excellent Pastry
Look for The Signs
Open Year Around
W ill call and pick up your Fat Hogs at any time and will
give you the Best Market Price
Phone or write
J. G. McKILLIP
M y Mottoi “ Fair Price and Fair Service”
The Best Made in Oregon
We now ca n y a full line of ice cream; bricks In both pints and
quarts; Dixies, Eskimo Fie, and all kinds of cream and sherbet
60c A QUART, BRICK OR BULK.
VARIETY TO SELECT FROM
We specialize on picnic and entertainment orders.
F. S. THOMPSON,