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About Hubbard enterprise. (Hubbard, Marion County, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1928)
T H E L A D IE S B E H IN D T H E GUNS
to serve the fin e spread A ugu st 17,
W ith ten beautiful C am pfire Girls
thqse A L S O bea u tifu l ladies “ dished
ou t the goodies and take it fr o m us
they w orked and W O R K E D and
W O R K E D : Mrs. Hal H oss, Mrs. Ed
W o lfe r, Mrs. G ordon T ay lor, Miss
F rances W eaver, Mrs. G eorge Knight,
Mrs. Jerom e Jackson, Mrs. G eorge
L e ffle r , Dr. Ethel R iley, Mrs. A lice
W eaver, Mrs. John M oore, Mrs. Jack
Alexander* Mrs. Thom as Erharisori,-
Mrs. H arry H ugill, Mrs. H. E. Adams,
Mrs. B ertha D illon and Mrs. S. L.
A n d with them that “ prince o f good
fe llo w s, Jerom e Jackson, (m a y we
n ever lose h im ), who n ever stopped
until the last cake was gone.
w ou ld have been in an aw fu l fix w ith
ou t this fin e group. D o w e like y o u ?
W ell, does T ippy W o lfe r like can d y ?
WESTERN DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. BOOSTERS
JO E W E A V E R G O E S E A S T
Read the editorial in the Ore
Joe W eaver, the M arion coun ty
gon Daily Journal (Portland) ! truckm an, le ft with his fin e fa m ily
August 20, “ The New Epoch” , I f o r a trip East last Saturday. He'
in which the meeting at Hub expects to b e away until January 1.
bard is lauded. This advertis-. Joe is one o f those likeable fellow s
you hate to see g o f o r he is a “ b oost
ing could not be bought. It. is e r '’ ari'd w orker. D u rin g his absence
warth thousands of dollars in H oward Pem ble will be in charge o f
publicity. Is it not worth while thè tru ck business. M iss A gn es W eav
then to wojrk for your town and er will drive 1000 m iles w ith her
forget your selfish purposes? uncle to m eet her folk s. The children
will enter school at Goshen, Indiana.
Gee! What a few public spirited H ave a g ood tim e “ J o e ” and R E M E M
men and women can do if they B E R old H ubbard wants you back
work together. The community again.
spirit just means working to
A 76 -Y E A R -O L D H E L P E R
gether. No more; no less.
WM. BLIVEN RETURNS
William Bliven, the hustling
representative for the Butte-
Ville Farmers7 Fire Relief in
surance Co., of Donald, is back
oh the job again and ready “ to
write you up” . This company
is the farmer’ s friend and has
that splendid reputation of ¡al
ways living up to its agreement.
Bill Bliven is well-known here
abouts and is as honest as the
day. Just phone Mr. Bliven and
he will visit you.
s The Western Dairy Products
Co. of Salem through that fine
type Kiwanian, Howard Hulsey,
was a generous donor for our
Their ice cream is the best
“ A turn about is fair
play” , so we are asking all of
you to remember the Western
Products Co. and ask for that
MR. SANDBLAST VISITS
ice cream when you are in the
and Mrs. Sandblast and
notion of ice cream. It can’ t be
of Portland visited and
dined with Mrs. George Speight,
Sunday. They visited the Min
PINK AND LAVENDER CLUB
eral Springs and Mr. Sandblast
Mrs. Alice Weaver and daugh was more than surprised at the
ter, Miss Frances, entertained improvements.
the Pink and Lavender Club in a
N O TIC E
most hospitable manner at their
home Thursday afternoon, Au
Big dance—Firemen’s Benefit
gust 16th. The guests assembled at Playmore Park, Hubbard,
under the grand cedar tree Sunday evening, August 26th.
making a setting of a real gar Leta Nibler’ s fine orchestra.
den party. Tnere wee 33 mem Come out and get behind the
bers and 5 visitors present. '
Volunteer Fire Department.
Mrs. Adams, President.
T. A. SNYDEK KILLED
MRS. ANNA SCHOLL GIVES
T. A. Snyder, 65, of Donald,
WONDERFUL CAKE was killed by an unknown mo
Mrs.'Anna Scholl of the Pink torist last Saturday night. His
and Lavender Club donated a body was feund near the high
fine luscious cake to the Clack way.! *He leaves one son.
amas-Marion meeting. My! b.ut
those cakes were good. Thanks H O W A R D P E M B L E - IS D R IV E R
to Mrs. Scholl.
H ow ard P em ble is substituting fo r
C A C T O R Y
C H A R L IE E IL E R S F IN E P E A C H E S
M O N TH
Joe W eaver on the tru ck and Joe
could not have .chosen a b etter man.
H ow ard is popular, c a refu l and strict
T he business is safe in
H ow a rd ’s hands.
s a le
" Everyone knows that the
Rexall Store is continually
offering its customers the, bene
fit of the close relation to its
. Everyone knows that the
articles sold under the trade
names of Kantleek, First-aid,
Cara Nome, Jonteel, Puretest,
Rexall,. jSymphony are beyond
reproach. Here is one of the
R exall Orderlies
A never failing laxative*
gentle yet positive in action.
They work naturally. Safe for
;.chidren, invalids and grownups
They form no habit.
Factory-to-you Sale Price
Box of 60’
3 9 c
Hubbard Drug Co.
Y o u have ju st g o t to see them to
realize how w on d erfu l they are. The
fin e st C raw ford s w e have ever seen
are a t Charlie E ilers p each fa rm h ea r
F ear for Dr'ilsh Cctks
oak— is being rapidly depleted by- a
mysterious epidemic, which is en
gaging the attention of research
workers oral the forest commission..
M ildew,, together with the rovei
moth, is responsible for the disease,
wh.ich has spread over -the southern
counties cf England. The only- oak?
being grown to replenish the na
tional supply , are those planted by.
the forestry commission.
SEED HOUSE opened Aug. 1
for business. Bripg in your
Oats and Vetch and Clover Seed
Paying market prices for same.
Our work guaranteed.
Mrs. Thom as E rkarison, m other o f
Mrs. John M oore and Mrs. H arry
H ugill, was one ou r best w orkers at
the C om m unity m eet. God bless her
and m ay she be w orking w hen she
reaches a hundred.
She kep t those
fin e w orkers, Mrs. Jack A lexand er o f
Portland and H arry H ugill’ s good
w ife , “ a stepping.”
W e can ’t thank
you enough ladies and only hope we
m ay be able som e day to recip rocate.
Y ou know the num ber, rin g it.
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Card of Thanks,
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Law and Collections. Phone
Home office Portland.
F. M.- Crabtree, 275 State street,
Notice of Final Account
DANGER-^-All wires may be
N otice is hereby given that B . W .
dangerous, Only a touch may
M acy, administrator of the estate of
mean death, telephone or elec R a y S. C ooper, deceased, has .filed his 1
tric. So hands off. Notify Mo- final account with the County Clerk of
i - t f i Marion county, O regon, and the county
■" court of said county has fixed the hour
of 10 o’ clock a. m on the 1 7th day of
September, 1 9 2 8 , in the court room of
said court in the M arion county court
house, as the time and place for hearing
objections to said final account and the
settlement thereof, at which time any
interested person may appear and file
A DEMAND for objections to said account.
Dated this I 7th day of August, 1 9 2 8 .
in . limited quanti
B. W . M acy,
have such bring to
Administrator of said estate.
SEE Dr. deLespinasse for fir st-1
class dentistry at moderate
All work guaranteed
Right here at dome.
ties. If you
the Midway Berry Farm on the
Pacific highway at Hubbard.
O. H. Boje.
DUNCAN TIRE SERVICE.
Ore. Guaranteed work. Casing
and Tube repairing. Goodyear
Tires and Tubes. Phone Black 97
ANNA HOSPITAL, Hubbard,
Oregon. Your own doctor. All
cases except contagious. Pleas
ant surroundings and exact
Paper Box Co.
212 E. 25th St. North
The Best Is H ere
FOR SALE-AL6 inch ash wood
at place or delivered. E. U.
FOR SALE—3 year old regis^
tered Guernsey bull; also one
16 inch Oliver tractor plow
Rt. 2, Hubbard.
WANTED — Hop pickers. See
Chin Him, Hovenden place,
3-4 mile west of Hubbard.
S U M MO N S
IN T H E C IR C U IT C O U R T O F TH E
S T A T P r e F O REGON F O R TH E
C O U N T Y O F M A R IO N
Departm ent N o. 2
J. M . P arsons............ Plaintiff
Juanita Parsons . .D efendant.
T o : Juanita Parsons, Defendant.
In the name of the state of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled command cause on
or before September 2 2 , 1 9 2 8 , and if
you fail so to appear and answer, for
want thereof, plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for in his
complaint, to-wit: For a decree dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony now existing
ant upon the grounds of cruel and in
human treatment and for such other re
lief as may be equitable.
This summons is served upon you by
publication thereof for four consecutive
weeks in lhe H ubbard Enterprise, pur
suant to an order made August 2 1 ,
i 9 2 8 , by the H o n . J. C . Siegmund,
county judge of M arion county, O regon-
T h e date of the first publication of
this summons is August 2 4 , 1 9 2 8 , and
the date,of the last publication will be
September 2 1 ,1 9 2 8 ,
Jas. G . Heltzel,
Attorney for Plaintiff
P lace of residence and postoffice ad
dress.* Salem, O regon .
Enterprise ads pay.
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T he Slandered Wife
‘ My w ife's as virtuous as a cloud
bank full o' angelsi” sez ol’ Lem Leu
til, “ but she’s got the ‘gimme’s and
that’s why t call her a wantin' worn-
an.” — Farm and Fireside.