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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1948)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE,
FOR SALE — 5 acres, 6 rm. older
style house plus utility rm; water
piped to house; elec, pump, elec, hot
water heater, laund. trays, shower,
PROGRESS FOR THE CANYON
IS YOUR REFRIGERATOR work
barn, chicken house, dou. garage, or
ing right? If not, call PORTER &
chard, berrie«, best of garden soil,
LAU for fast, dependable refrigera
can all be irrigated; fishpond loca-
tor, washer, electric appliance or ra
tion; mail, school bus service, Easy
terms can be arranged. Royal John-
i FOR SALE---cite, wood heater; one
and hemstitching. Tsird house back son, 2 mi. e. of Gates, Linn Co aide.3
young black-eared buck rabbit, 1 1-2 «f Stone’s Feed Store. Mr«. H. I.
Good Bets for the Week
yr. old; one hot water tank used 2 Ply male
4 rm house very well located
Sunday and Monday
0 FOR SALE—10 used washers. $29.50 furnished, only $3200.
Robt. Young in RELENTLESS’
to $89.50. 90 day guarantee. Santiam 7 A. 5 rm. house, good out bldg, fruit
HAVE YOU ever burnt out a motor Hdw. 4 Implement Co., Stayton.
• well located on paved road, only
Tuesday and Wednesday
or had one get overheated and smoke
•BILL AND COO’
when the power dropped too low? WE STOCK all types of Hearing Aid
TWO BLONDES A A REDHEAD’ This danger can be eliminated with batteries. Radio Batteries, and Flash 1 A., 4 rm. house, linoleum on floors,
Stiffler 4 rm. house, garage, lot 50x100,—
one of our HO PAX CIRCUIT lite and lantern batteries.
• $4000; might consider good used car
BREAKERS installed on your ap Radio and Appliance Store.
pliance motor. Call us for informa-
A GOOD selection of linoleum yard as down payment.
tino. Ph. 902. Stiffler Radio and Ap
age, 6 and 9 ft. widths. 95c per aq, 5 rm. house, basement, gas stove,
pliance, Mill City, Ore.
* yd. Mill City Furniture Co.
water heater, lot 100x150. Will take
MEATS • GROCERIES
’4-48 car as down payment.
5.93 POLISH your own floor«—rent our 6 rm. unfurnished house and garage.
high-speed polishing and scrubbing Lot 50x100; make us an offer.
Mica Roofing 45 lb.
¡equipment. Easily handled by womn- 62 A. on new highway, ideal auto
Mica Roofiing 55 lb.
2.91 i en. Complete line of floor materials .■ouit location; sell all or part, terms.
Mica Roofiing 65 lb.
snd waxes available. Western Store, 3 bed rm house, fruit house, extra
Transient andd Weekly
• well located, 2 lots, immediate pos
3.92 Phone 504 B, Stayton.
Staggered Edge 105 lb.
Brick Siding 105 lb.
NEED a furnace? Have an Eastman session, only $4500
Felt, 324 sq. ft., 15 lb. per roll 2.43 wood furnace, 5 or 6 rm. house site. 4 rm. house, clean, well located, $3200
Felt, 216 sq. ft. 30 lb. per roll 3.24 Uses 24 lft. wood. Gan be set up as —$1400 handle, bal. like rent,
Also ask for free estimate on com- pipe or pipeless. J. C. KTmniell, Mill 19 A., restaurant, filling station, un
finished house, 820 ft. h’way front
Do Your Christmas
pletely installed and guaranteed job. City Pharmacy.
age, 400 ft river frontage, saw tim
Pay by the month. Phone 504B, Stay
ber, priced to sell.
ton, Western Store.
vice. 20 years experience, all makes.
PAINTing, paper hanging, paper Guaranteed service.
PENNICK - PEN NICK, Salesmen
samples. See Jerry Johnson, 1 block
Stiffler's Radio snd Appiance
RBFINISH your own floor«—Easily
W. of Hilltop Store.
FOR SALE—enameled Montag range done with our latest model high speed
FOR SALE—5 used electric ranges. in good condition. Call George Crook Floor Sanders and Finisher«. Save
$59.50 to $189.50. Hotpoint, Westing or ph. 988, Mill City.
and Trailer Court
9 Tim« — Save Money — Instructions
house, Frigidaire. Santiam Hdw. &
furnished. Phone 504 B, Western
First in Detroit
, Implement Co. Stayton.
* FOR SAIE—’34 Terraplane, 4 dr., Store, Stayton.
Still First in Detroit
sedan, cheap. Orlando Harris. Mill
TOR RENT—3 rm. mod. apt. See Ed
FOR SA IE—-practically new Vaughn
• Cooke, Shephera Add.
dragsaw, 2 blades 5’ and 6 1-2’ $120.
Wants and Sales
trade IN DETROIT
BUYING AT HOME SPELLS
SANTIAM SELF - SERVICE
Washing, Drying or Either
Workingmen’s Bundles Finished
•/< Mi. E. of Detroit
SHELL OIL PRODUCTS
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
P. E. FRY, .Manager
SPORTING & DRY GOODS
L. C. DAVIS & SON
D & I)
E. W. BRAY SR.
$75.00 AN ACRE — 129.5 acres,
known as the Downing farm, adjoin
ing Mill City on the south. Fair build
ings, 2 creeks, good terms. Call or
BURT PICHA, REALTORS
337 N. High St., Salem
L A U N-.D R Y
DECEMBER 9. 194«
REBEKAS INITIATE THREE
Initiatory degrees were given on
Wednesday night at Santiam Rebe
kah l.oiige for l.oulea Romey, Doro
thy Vail and Alma Thoanas, with Al
tura Chance, noble grand, and Wilma
Stewart, vice grand, in charge.
Members decided to have a Christ
mas party next meeting night with
a gift exchange. Gifts not to exceed
$1. Frances Mei til and Wilnia Stew
art were asked to be in charge of
the program and there will be a no
host supper served.-
Frank Lord of Willamina and hi»
fiancee, "Pearl Pearce, were visitors
of the Forrest Bakers Sunday.
Lynn Baker, formerly of Lebanon,
is living with his brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Baker,
and is assisting in the jewelry store.
Bob Mather and Mrs. Mather were
in Mill City Tuesday, from Salem.
82, came out from Piquet Lake,
Minn., for a visit. Tie is also vising
Dale and Eveiet Knapp.
Joe Podrubsky, who has been ill
for several month«, is muZh improved
and able to be about.
Jackie OliiUr has been absent from
school the past week due to a severe
case of poison oak.
Mr. ami Mis. B. b Oliver and Bill
Oliver of Corvallis and Jean Oliver
of Salem came home Saturday after-
a.ipO saw .uqioiu aiaq} aas 04 uoou
Oliver Mrs. Oliver is quite ill at
home following a recent operation.
Ed Dorothy of Grand Rapids,
Minn., arrived Wednesday by bus
to visit his bi other, M. W, Dorothy.
Mr. W. Dorothy ansi A. I). Stahl-
man met Mr. Dorothy in Salem.
The E. A. Banfbrdls of Salem are
to be the guests of the Vernon Todds
is a year round Christmas gift.
..A subscription to the Enterprise
FOR SALE—Gem potatoes, $2 per
cwt. Joe Schmitz, Rt. 1, Stayton, Ph.
Garbage, ashea, trimminga, e t e.
Weekly pickups $1 per month. Also
for carpentering and concrete work. light hauling.
Free estimates. Sidewalks a special
ty. See D. V. Morrison, Gates, or
leave word with Don Jenkins, Mill
H. A. Schroeder
List your homes and farms with me.
Have cash buyers. Mill City, Gates,
DAVID M. REID. REAL ESTATE
11:00 to 12:00 A M.
4:30 to 6:30 P.M.
You can avoid possible serious results from the present
critical power shortage . . . YOU can help keep jobs going
and prosperity in the Northwest growing ... YOU can
cooperate with your neighbors, with business and with in
dustry, to make voluntary conservation of electricity work!
Remember—one hour before 12:00 noon and from 4:30
to 6:30 p. m. ar« th« critical hour«.
No area nor electric system in the Pacific Northweet is
immune from the threat.
Federal plants, municipal sys
tems, P. U. D.'s and R. I. A.'s and private companies alike
are faced by the same problem; all facilities are running
at peak capacity to meet the tremendous demands of this
growing region. The danger point has been reached. Now
you can help with the answer!
To Keep Jobs Going-Keep Prosperity Growing
* Logging and Sawmill
IF YOU would like someone to stay
with the children of an evening, see
Mrs. R. W. Cai ter, on Slaughterhouse
TRAIIER HOUSE—21 ft. all alum
inum. Mahogany interior, ¡deeps 4,
permanent bed, butane range, oil cir
culating heater. Fully insulated. El 3
ectric brakes. Not a cheap trailer
but a home on wfoeels. Good price—
like new. See at Free Methodist
BLOCK WEST OF THEATER
Dry Slab Wood
ODD JOBS done Fridays after achool
and Saturdays. See Pat Wolverton,
Wihna Howe or phone 3425.
BABY SITTING week nights and
Sat. Call before 7:30. Phone 3425 er
see Pat Wolverton or Wif 1a Howe?
El Ji . ffis.. n9 andn . .: , vmelrt. .
If possible, do no washing, iron
ing. balling, bathing, daring A«
hour before 12:0« noon and be
tween 4:30 and 8:10 p. m. elim
inate all use of electric heating
during these hours. When jorving
even meali. cook before 11:H a. «a.
and 4:30 p. m. Wash dinner diatMe
after noon sad after 8:30 p. m. la
cooking, use least possible ai
of aurfare units. Turn off ail
net actually needed betweei
sad 0:30 p. m. Wash sad II
the morning prior te 11:00 a.
or after 8:30 p. m.
SHOP KAY’S Stayton
ON ALL FALL APPAREL
Turn off or reds
I mum aJI windew d
ornamental lighting between
and 8 SO p. m. Reduce all air
dltionlng and refrigs
these hours. Reduce
tricall y operated eq
use of outdoor and 1
signs and lighting to
tween 4:10 and 8:3« p. nt.
Reduce use of
atod machinery to a
one hour before lt:00 noea
between 4:30 and 0:30 «.
CASHMERE B W LWWR
THIS SALE ENDS SATURDAY EVENING. DE<
Make Every Kilowatt Count!
Mountain States Power Co. ”
"A SElF-SUrrorTINO. TAX-FAYINO, rmVATI IHTItFilM"
In Cooperation With All Major
NORTHWEST UTILITIES - BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATI
Reduced Prices on
NO 1. OUTSIDE & INSIDE DOORS
«" « 6’ 8”
DON’S CABINET SHOP