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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE. NOVEMBER X IW
LOUIS XI VS FOOD AND
NAPKIN WERE PASS
ED TO HIM, ON STATE
OCCASIONS, BY SIX
' DUKES, A PRINCE,
\ AND THREE LESSER
Further on up some new warning
signs are up as Stemmy Van Handel
rigged up a donkey near the road
last week preparatory to logging a
hillside just south of the Guest
More new signs have madde their
appearance at Salmon Le Sac Falls
and Faun Creek, of interest to mo
Mr. and Mrs. John McClurg were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ike
Myes on Satuday.
HUMBOLDT (1769- I8S9),
Kenneth Randall and Bill Bickett
sold some of their range cattle the
OF SOUTH AMERICA,
ON THE R/O NEGRO
M rs. Rose Collins left Friday for
EXISTING ON CLAY
Chillicothe, Mo., after spending the
DURING RAINY SEASON
past two months with her sister, Mrs.
5'/ a century C hristian
Byron Randall, San Francisco art-
ist, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Randall, at Elkhorn a few
days last week, en route to the coast
HARVEST THAN KSG>V-
where he will do a series of paintings
x ING, AND ITS GODDESS,
of Oregon scenes.
• } FRE/A, WITH BEER
He plans to return to Oregon some
f \ MADE FROM THE
time in the near future and do a
FINEST GRAIN AND
number of paintings of the logging
industry, which should be of interest
to people in this region.
/4 BULGARIAN FAMILY,
Mrs. Winnie Ray was on the sick
has been received from John
AGE DIRECTIONS', COM- K
Payton that he has been inducted into
PLAINED TN AT WATER
the navy and is in training in San
ANT D/DN *T MAKE
Mrs. Carl Longnecker spent Sun
day evening in Silverton with Mrs.
Ccpyr/yht /&4QJ. v.Oar^e
Anna Longnecker and shopped in Sa
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ray and boys
I ly and Bob, Paul Payton, Mrs. Bill spent Sunday with their daughter,
Bickett, Jackie. Phyllis, Treva, Alice Mrs. C. Leffler, and family, of Scio.
Faye, Mrs. E. A. Newsome, Betty and
The youngsters enjoyed a four day
By MRS. MILLIE BICKETT
Patsy went to a Hallowe’en party at vacation while Mrs. Patrick attended
Ike Myers returned Oct. 28 from Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts Saturday institute in Salem.
a ten-day visit with h i s daughter, night.
Bob Van Eaton spent the four day
Those attending the pie social spon I holiday at home.
Mrs. Daisy Scott, and family of Spo
sored by the Farmers Union in Mc-
Treva Sue and Alice Faye Bickett
Everyone was very happy to see hama Friday evening were Mr. and , spent the week end with their aunt,
Mrs. Frances Randall out at Faith Mrs. Ike Myers, Paul Payton, Mr. Mrs. Velma Emerson, in Mill City.
and Mrs. Carl Longnecker, Bob and
Rebekah Lodge Wednesday night.
Mrs. Ike Myers and Mrs. Bill Bick
Mrs. E. A. Newsome, Betty and Billy and Mrs. Mary Patrick.
ett were solicitors for the Commun
Patsy spent the week end with Mrs.
ity Chest this week. They canvassed
The county road up the Little N. from the Bert Pree to the Elkhorn
Bill Bickett as Bill and Buddy are
Fork has undergone some changes in Guest ranches.
in eastern Oregon elk hunting.
Later in the evening a special the last few weeks. Several new’ cul
Mrs. Trudy Billington spent Tues
meeting was called by the president, verts have been put in and lots of day night with her daughter, Mrs.
Chet Blum, to vote on Ray and Jean gravel spread in bad spots. A new Bill Bickett.
Roberts to become members. It was ditch extends the length of one of
Bill Bickett’s fields to prevent water
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
washing the road and field.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Longnecker, Bil-
NOTICE OF A SPECIAL ELEC
TION TO BE HELD ACCORDING
TO LAW FOR THE PURPOSE OF
ADOPTING OR REJECTING THE
PROPOSED CHARTER FOR MILL Final Publication. November 3, 194!»
CITY’, OREGON. IS HEREBY First Posted. October 27. 1949
Pursuant to the provisions of an
ordinance passed by the Common
Council of the City of Mill City, Ore
gon, there will be a special election
held upon the Sth day of November,
1919. at the City Hall in Mill City.
Oregon, commencing at one o’clock.
P. M. and continuing until 8 P. M.
of said day, for the purpose of sub
mitting to the qualified voters of said
city the proposition of adopting or
rejecting the proposed CHARTER
for Mill City, (copies of said pro
poser CHARTER are now posted at
the City Hall, in the Post Office and
in the office of the Mill City Enter
prise; all in the city of Mill Chy,
Oregon), and additional copies of
said CHARTER are available for ex
amination at the Recorder’s office at
City Hall in said City.
The following act shall be submit
ted to the electors of said City for
their approval or rejection, to-wit:
“To enact a charter for the City
of Mill City, Linn and Marion
shall also contain the words “Yes,
I vote for the proposed Charter”
an I “No, 1 vote against the pro
posed Charter” which ballot each
Popular Fall Shades
voter shall mark and cast accord
ing to law as each voter may de
sire to vote.
First Publication, October 27, 1949
City Recorder of Mill City,
Oregon, by order of the
Common Council of said city
3 prs., only
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LANDSCAPE NOW See our
work at the CBI homes, and
also the Montag Motel
F. A. DOERFLER & SONS
150 No. I^ancaster Drive, at 4 Corners
A Statement to the Public
today’s Blitz Weinhard
A lot has been said in recent weeks about The Tax Dodging Co-ops, also a certain group has
been flooding the community with the so-called “Tax Free Bucks."
In defense of ourselves, and so that the public may know the truth, we are publishing a list of
taxes paid by us in the less than four years we have been in business.
Paid by Santiam Farmers Cooperative - - January 1, 1946 to Sept. 30, 1949
Distributed by Gideon Stolz Co.
$ 27 45
17« Hi .00
R. E. Taxes
I MIGHT ADI) THAT IN A TRUE
IT IS TRI E THAT WE DO NOT PAY A TAX ON
PROFITS FOR THE VERY OBVIOUS REASON. THERE
ARE NO PROFITS ACCRUING TO I S AS A UNIT.
BUT ARE CREDITED BACK TO THE INDIVIDUAL
REVERT BACK TO THE PATRON. WHETHER THAT
P\TRON IS A MEMBER OF THE CO-OPERATIVE OR
PURCHASER AND • HARGED TO HIM AS TAXABLE
THIS SAME PRIVILEGE IS AVAILABLE TO ANY
« (»-OPERATIVE. SU< H AS OIRS, ALL EARNINGS
ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS Ml< H DIS
AND OFTEN M1SI NDERSTOOD SUBJECT
PRIVATE BUSIN ES' WHO WISHES TO REH Nil ALL
EARNINGS OVER «OST OF OPERATION BACK TO
M. J. Martin,
Santiam Farmers (’.»operative