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About Hubbard enterprise. (Hubbard, Marion County, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1928)
only about tw o hours o f the 24. .
Mr. and Mrs, S. A. Sexsmith of
Seaside spent several days at the
home o f L. B. Giesy.
Sexsmith visited in this city with Miss
Margaret Rich. Sexsmith was ticket
agent .fo r the Oregon Electric here
for a number o f years -and now' holds
a similar position at Seaside.
Lee Quans’ finé little boy visited in
Hubbard with bis father Monday.
Mrs. Fred Gearin and family are
back from Rockaway.
Joe G roff has his yard in excellent
through are profuse i in their compli
Fred Gearin and sons took in the
ball game in Portland Sunday.
Stewart & Garrett are now running
their seed cleaning plant with clover
seed Coming in at all hours. Hubert
Goodwin is working the night shift,
running the machíne, which is idle
Miss Helen Rich is employed here
In the Butteville Fire Insurance com
pany o ffice this week. A t this time o f
the year there are many policies on
hop insurance to be written and extra
help is always needed.
Miss Martha Essen o f Camas,
Washington, is spending two weeks
here with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Bush.
Mrs. Fred Yergen and Mrs. Paul
Singer were hostesses at the home o f
the form er for a shower on Wednes
day fo r Mrs. Lyle Yergen. A large
number were in attendance and the
guest o f honor received many beauti
ful gifts. Dainty refreshments closed
The board o f school directors met
Wednesday evening. The opening of
school this year will be on September
17. The building has been repaired
and a hew roof added.
Mrs. Paul Perkett and children o f
Kelso, Washington, visited here with
her father, Peter Feller. Mrs. Perkett
went from here to Salem to visit her
father-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Perkett.
Qualified buyers protect your tables. Each man is familiar
with grades and sizes of each pack. This fund of knowledge
is working overtime to see that you get the BEST.
FEATURES SATURDAY AND MONDAY, AUGUST 25 AND 27
San W an Selected Sweet — 1928 Pack— Fancy sweet tender
peas with that “'fresh from the garden” taste. No. 2 cans, 3 for 49c
Crystalized MidgGt Gums, ‘ ‘Spiced’ ’— In 6
familv will enjoy them.
flavors Every-member'ef the
.............................................., . . . 1 9 c
W E S S O N O I L -M a k e s won
derful French Dressing--.
Qjjart can .........., , . . . . . 4 9 C
S H R E D D E D W H E A T — The
Original— Serve it with peaches
3 p k g s ......................
.2 9 c
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson have
left fo r a two weeks’ vacation in the
Coos Bay country.
R IP E O L IV E S , Del Monte
Giant about 5 0 in a pint can |
Regularly sold at 35 c— 20th
Century price only . . . . 2 5 C j
You get good GOODS at Sadler &
Royal— True fruit
flavors— 3 pkgs ................. 2S c
S H O R T E N I N G , Best vegetable'
in bulk 3 pounds. . . . . 4 9 c
I W H IT E S T A R T U N A -
Makes a delicious salad—
Halves, can. .2 3 c : 2 for 4 5 c
R A IS IN S , Sun Maid
choice, Puffed or Nectars—
1 5 oz packages, 3 for . . 2 9 c
R A IS IN S — Seedless Thompsons
Fresh shipment just in—
4 pound pkge
C R Y S T A L W H IT E S O A P —
Pure soap all thru— 6 bars 2 5 c
S A R D IN E S , Norwegian— about
2 0 fish in pure Olive O il—
2 cans .............. ................ 2 3 c
C L A M S ,-M in c e d — 1928 Pack
Free from sand— Halves
Can. . .15c; 3 for. i . 4 3 C
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■ F IS H E R S B L E N D F L O U R
4 9 lb s a c k ................. $ 2 . 0 8
1 S U G A R — Pure cane, sk
1 V A N C A M P ’S B E A N S —
Med. size— 3 j pounds ready-
to-serve food in 3 cans for 2 5 c
3 bars............ ....
L A R D , Pure, Fresh In bulk—
3 pounds ........................... 4 9 c
P A L M O L I V E S O A P — “ Keep j
that school girl complexion
\ G E L A T I N ,
FLY T O X
clothing norTabrics but it sure |
paralyzes moths and flies
Pint bottle. .........................5 9 c
D R Y G IN G E R
A L E -B o t t ie . ,1 9 c ; doz $ 2 . 2 5
F L A K E S , 3 pkgs ..........2 5 c | P E P , 3 p k g s... . ............ 2 9 c
B R A N F L A K E S , 3 pkgs............2 5 c
Hop picking will begin here about
the last o f August or the first o f Sep
tember. Most of the yards in this
vicinity are doing very well and own
ers expect a good crop.
Miss Juanita Hicks o f Woodburn
spent part o f this week visiting at the
home o f Eloise Hurst.
Miss Helen Kuebler o f Seattle is the
guest o f Mrs. L. I. Snyder.
Kuebler. teaches in a Seattle high
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gribble and
Theoda went to Woodburn yesterday
to visit Mrs. Robert Scott and their
new granddaughter, Bonney Susan.
Misses Helen and Margayet Weh-
rum and Aileen Snyder returned from
Newport Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelson spent
the week-end at Newport.
To honor Miss Frances Grazer,
bride-elect, Mrsi? W. H. Asquith is
entertaining ,this afternoon.
12 bars . . .
Waldorf T O I L E T P A P E R —
Soft sanitary tissue—
3 rolls . ,19c;
6 for . . 3 7 c
Libby’s— 192 8 Pack— 8 large golden s!i..es in rich
syrup— Large cans . . . . ............ 2 5 c ; 3 for ................ ................. 7 3 c
I 2 0 t h CENTURY COFFEE — A s good as the best and better
than most— Roasted every day— Always fresh.
Pound .................................... 4 8 c ; 3 pounds. . .
..................... $ 1 .4 3
Hubbard Garage Co,
in all kinds of used cars.
Mrs. Louis Siebert is visiting in
LET ’ER BUCK
Do your banking with the
JAS. G. HELTZEL,
State Bank.of Hubbard.
Attorney fo r Estate,
Expert Mechanics are here at
Hubbard Garage Co.
Notice of Hearing on Final Account
Cash Buyers for
Notice of Final Account
Notice is hereby given that Lutisha
Waniess, administratrix of the estate of
F. A . Waniess, deceased, has filed hei
gnal account with the county clerk of
Marion county, Oregon, and the county
court of said county has fixed the hour
of 10 o’clock a. m. on the 17th day of
September, 1928, in the court room of
said court in the Marion county court
house, as the time and place for hearing
objections to said final account and the
settlement thereof, at which time any in
terested person may appear and file
objections to said final account.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1928.
Administratrix of said estate.
B. W . Macy,
Attorney for Administratrix.
Notice is hereby given that the Fnal A c
count of Albert M . W ard as adminis
trator of the estate of Michael Ward,
deceased, has been filed in the county
court of Marion county, state of Oregon,
and that the 1 st day of September,
1 9 2 8 , at the hour of ten o'clock a. m .,
has been duly appointed by such court
for the hearing of objections to such
Final Account and the settlement there
of, at which time any person interested
in such estate may appear and file
objections thereto in writing and contest
Dated this 3d day of August, 1928.
Albert M . W ard,
Administrator of the estate of Michael
W ard, deceased, with the W ill
Jas. G- Heltzel, Attorney forestate,
Date of first publication August' 3,
Date of last publication
August 3 1 . 1 9 2 8 .
Notice of Final Accounting
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the estate of
Howard J. Corbett, deceased, that he
! has filed with the clerk of the county
court of the state of Oregon for Marion
! county, his final account of the affairs of
the said estate, and that the court afore
said has fixed Monday, the 27th day of
NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL I August, A D . 1 9 2 8 , at ten o ’ clock in
Notice is hereby given that the the forenoon of said day, in the county
final ac.count o f Chloe Lind, as ad court room, in the courthouse of said
ministratrix o f the estate o f John Lind Marion county, at Salem, Oregon, as
deceased, has been filed in the county
court o f Marion county, state o f Ore the time and place for the hearing and
gon, and that the 24th day o f Sep settling such accounting.
tember, 1928, at the hour o f 10 , Dated at Salem, Marion County,.
o ’clock a. m., has been duly appointed Oregon, this 23rd day of July, A . D .
by such court fo r the hearing o f ob 1 9 2 8 .
jections to such final account and the
F. J. Tooze,
settlement thereof, at which time any
Administrator of the estate of
person interested in such estate may
appear and file objections thereto in
Howard J. Corbett, deceased.
writing and contest the same.
Paul F. Burris, Attorney for the estate.
Dated this 23rd day o f August,
Published the first time July 27th,
Published the last time August
Administratrix o f the Estate o f John 24th, 192 8 .
PENDLETON, Or.— It may be said
(and very truthfully) that Pendleton,
at the close of one year’s Round-Up
begins planst for the next. For the
great western >exhibitioh, now in its
ninteenth year, has become so well
established as a community enter
prise, that it is a part o f the life o f
the community itself. ,
Nevertheless, these pre-autumn days
find Pendletonians especially busy
with preparations fo r the annual
event, as the dates, September 19, 20,
21 and 22, come on a pace. The
town wears an expectant air and ev
erywhere there are evidences of
Powboys and cowgirls who are
champions and chgmpions-to-be, are
coming in their usual numbers.
Am ong the competitors this year will
be the big aggregation o f fine per
formers and beautiful stock known
as the Charley Irwin and Eddie Mc
Carty outfits (two separate groups).
Included in the galaxy o f feminine
stars is Mabel Strickland, queen o f
the 1927 Round-Up, and the only
woman steer roper in the world.
Pretty Mabel, despite a serious acci
dent to her hand .while roping last
year, would not relinquish the hemp
until she had the steer tied with a
neatness and speed which the cowboys
O f course the bucking, as always,
will be a most colorful event and to
its stock o f capricious horseflesh the
Round-up recently added a large
group o f bronks which are conscienti
ous objectors so far as saddles or rid
ers are concerned. Dan Clark, live
stock agent fo r the Union Pacific, has
gone south to bring back Mexican
steers guaranteed to give ropers and
bulldoggers plenty o f occupation.
Ticket orders are being received daily
and plans fo r special trains made.
Several auto loads will go from
Hubbard and the surrounding terri
Every Accessory for an Automobile
Date o f first publication: August
Date o f last publication: Septem
ber 20, 1928.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed by an order of the county court
of Marion county, Oregon, has been
appointed as administrator of the estate
of Matilda W ill, deceased.
sons having claims against such estate
are required to present them within six
months from the date of this notice, with
the proper vouchers, to the undersigned
at Hubbard, Oregon.
Dated this 22nd day ¡of August, 1 9 2 8 .
August W ill,
Administrator estate of Matilda W ill,
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