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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1952)
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Jul» M, 1932
If If s in the Canyon, If s Advertised in The Enterprise!
Wants and Sales
FOR SALE—Household furniture in FOR SALE — ’47 Universal 25-ft.
cluding electric range, refrigerator,
trailer house, very good condition; I
Bendix automatic washer, oil heater,
1951 Chev. 4,d sedan Powerglide, '
By JAMES STEVENS
bedroom furniture, living room fur
undercoat, radio, heater and sun
niture. piano, rug, three bicycles.
Inquire J. Westgaard at | Circle of Progress . . .
Jim O’Leary, 2nd house east of
Martin's Trailer Court.
Olympia, Wash., is the center of a
" ANTED—Fruit jars, pints 45c per great circle filled with stories of
W \NTED Part or full time work by
dozen, quarts 65c doz., *-s-gal. 75c Douglas fir forest triumphs on private
woman experienced in general office
doz. Red’s Trading Post.
30tf and state lands. The Grays Harbor
work. References. Write to Box
county and the Mason county exam
468, Mill City.
28-3p HOUSE FOR RENT—Nice clean mod ples have national fame. The Fort
ern 2 bedroom home, available Aug. Lewis forest story is another star in
FOR SALE—’30 Model Ford pickup.
1st, in Swift addition. Inquire at the areas' green crown. There is the
Vernon L. Webb, Mill City.
28-3p St. Martin’s college forest at Lacey.
FOR RENT—One bedroom apartment.
Southward are Vail and McDonald
Inquire at Enterprise or phone 2652
Tree Farms, nationally publicized.
Folks do tell that in the outskirts
CALL FOR BIDS
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
Olympia itself the residents are
service, 20 years experience, all
Board of Directors of District 29-J. fighting back the young growth of
makes. Guaranteed service.
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance. Linn and Marion Counties at their the forest—it creeps up on them in
next regular meeting August 6th, 1952 the night and smothers the traffic
FOR RENT—3-bedroom house.
In at the hour of 8 p.m. Standard Time, lights!
quire Mrs. Otto Witt, NW. Alder for the purchase and removal from
At Nisqually is the thriving indus
St., 3rd house west of motel. 28-3 the property of' the former Lyons
trial forest nursery operated by the
FOR SALE—14-ft. Birchcraft boat,
W est Coast Lumbermen’s association,
22 hp. Evinrude motor, $350. Geo. with the following stipulations:
20% of the bid to be deposited with and westward in the Black Hills the
Brasmer, Idanha, Ore.
the bid and the balance to be paid state’s capitol forest nursery is sur
TRUCK SEATS REPAIRED AND upon acceptance of bid by the Board, rounded by towering young growth.
UPHOLSTERED—one day service. Building is to be removed within 60
Land Born Anew . . .
Stayton Upholstery, W. Washing days of acceptance of bid.
ton St.. Stayton.
It is all historic country. The first
The Board of Directors reserve the
TARPS—Tents, new and used. Selec right to accept or reject any or all sawmills north of the Columbia were
tion of sizes.
bids. Sealed bids may be mailed to in the area. The smokes of many
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post Alice Huber, clerk, Box 53, Lyons, fires clouded summer skies year after
29-3 year from the 1840s into the 1920s.
FOR SALE—Used White electric sew Ore.
Now on clear summer days the skies
ing machine, cheap; one GE steam
keep blue and ever the land is bright
iron, like new $10.00; 91-piece set
and green. And land history is in the
of China dishes, for sale cheap.
30-lp IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE making again. Next fall the 55 mil
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE lionth seedling from the Forest Indus
NEED A TELEPHONE’ —Stop in
COUNTY OF MARION, DEPART tries Nursery will be planted on pri
and see the new I.ech combination
MENT OF DOMESTIC RELA vately owned, taxpaying land, and in
desk or wall phone, also used
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
the same season the 35 millionth tree
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked. LOUISE MATTINGLY, Plaintiff,
seedling from the state nursery will
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
be planted on a state or school acre.
LLOYD MATTINGLY, Defendant.
The Bordeaux family began logging
in the Black Hills in 1899. Through
3-bedroom house for rent.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE the years strenuous tries were made
OREGON, You are required to ap to convert the stump-dotted hills and
Apartments for rent.
and answer the Complaint filed slashings into farms and pastures.
Highway and river frontage
against you in the above entitled Court On the site of the present nursery 40
and show Cause, within four weeks swiss families were settled at one
from the date of the first publication I time by the Mason County Logging
See W. R. HUTCHESON of
this Summons, and if you fail so I company.
They tried to drive the
At Gates Furniture Store
to do, for want thereof Plaintiff will i trees back with fire. The trees kept
take a Decree against you dissolving growing until the Swiss were crowded
the marriage contract and bonds of | out.
The story was repeated with
matrimony now existing between you
WE SELL BETTER
and the Plaintiff herein and such other others who tried to run livestock in
and further relief as prayed for in the Black Hills.
CARS FOR LESS!
In 1933 the state began purchases,
This Summons is served upon you paying as little as 50 cents per acre,
by publication thereof pursuant to an of land within an area that totaled
Order of the above entitled Honorable 110,000 acres. Soon the Capitol state
Court entered herein on the 16th day forest was formed, with ownership of
of July, 1952.
85,000 acres and the state division of
First publication of this Summons— I Forestry as administrating agency.
July 17, 1952.
Mike, Red and Bernie . . .
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
L. T. (Mike) Webster, present as
By GLEN V. SORENSEN,
of Attorneys for Plaintiff. sistant state forester, has been in
effect the field manager of the Capitol
NOTICE OF SALE OF BUILDING state forest and its nursery plant
Sealed bids will be received by the from the first. Homer (Red) Ward,
undersigned until the hour of 8:00 the present nurseryman, also has a
p.m., PST. on August 12, 1952, and long record of service.
immediately thereafter opened by the
With fire kept out of the Black Hills
Board of Directors of School District and by virtue of the seed sources left
No. 129-J, Mill City, Oregon, for the
sale of a l'/i-story, six-room residence by the Mason County Logging com
building, located on Evergreen avenue,
at Fourth street, in the City of Mill be payable to Clerk of Linn County
City. Building will be sold to the ' School District No. 129-J, as a guar-
bidder offering the best price for said ' antee of good faith.
The Board reserves the right to
building; and each bid shall be accom
panied by a bid bond, certified check reject any or all bids, and to waive
or cash deposit in the amount of 10% informalities.
Specifications may be obtained from
of the total amount bid, said check to
Clerk of District.
EDNA F. ROSS, Clerk,
School District No. 129-J, Linn-
Marion Counties, Mill City, Ore.
Out of the Woods
FOR SALE — 28-ft. Travelo house
trailer, ail metal. Leaving town, im
See Mrs. R. G. Herlofsep, white
Paul Williams, lo house south of Beebe Apts, on NW.
cated on Bert Morris’ property, west 7th Ave.
Box 658, Mill City.
of Mill City.
SEE US FOR GOOD Real Estate FOR SALE—All usable material re
maining at old Mill City school,
buys in Canyon area.
$5.00 per pickup load.
See GLEN SHELTON,
morning at school house.
salesman with C. E. COVILLE,
Broker, west side Mill City. Phone
52tf PLUMBING SUPPLIES — Pipe fit
tings, toilets, sinks, washbowls,
FOR SALE — 25 acres, no buildings,' bathtubs, showers, etc.
o r30 acres with partly finished I prices. Red's Hill Top Trading Post.
house, water system on place, 2Vi TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
miles east of Mill City. See Joe
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
Novak, Rte 1. Lyons, Ore.
swap all makes. Trade your old
machine towards a new one.
WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
ROEN. 456 Court St.. Salem.
Douglas fir poles, delivered to
Lyons yard. For further informa SPORTSMEN—Join the North San-
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
tion call or write Allen Gould, 1424
devoted to game conservation and
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745,
propagation and need your help.
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
Only $1.00 per year, you will have
that much fun at one meeting.
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see
erglass Blowing Wool—finest in
sulation known to man. Save over
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9
20 to 40% fuel costs. Phone col
lect for estimates.
AMERICAN STOVES— Heaters and ranges, in oil
or wood. Save at
IMPROVEMENT CO.. 975 Market
St., Salem, ph. 2-4687 or 2-8010. 6tf
Red's Hill Top Trading Post
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co
1405 N. Front St.
2-1924; Night 2 4417
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
Including D8 and HD14 Cats, and %-yard shovels.
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
SERVICE STATION & TRAILER COURT
Safety Check Lubrication
— TUBES — BATTERIES
AND AUTO SUPPLIES
611 N. CAPITOL
351 STATE ST.
Salem’s Retail Packing Plant
Directory - Professional
DR. R. ROY QUICK
Telephone 2261 for Appointment
Tuesday^: 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Office in Jenkins Bldg.. Mill City
By MRS. 8. T. MOORE
Visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Guedne Geston are his brother,
Joe Geston, and nephews of Edinburg,
Visiting with Mrs. Braxton Fouts
are her mother, Mrs. Martha Sarver,
and her aunt, Anna Chamberlin of
Dallas. They expect to remain a week
Anna Bess Carte has returned from
a weeks' vacation with her grand
mother at Myrtle Point.
Mrs. Wayne Woodward is in Mc-
Minnville for a few weeks where she
will enter the hospital for surgery.
Earl Lady arrived home July 13
and will be on leave until August 1.
He is stationed at Norfolk, Va., on
the same ship with Dick Haseman, the
A new saw mill owned by A. G,
Gates has recently been put in opera
tion at Idanha cutting cedar lumber.
Mrs. Gordon Skidmore and her
mother, .Mrs. Lucretia Dickinson, are
visiting in Salem at the home of Mrs.
Ethel Fleece where they will remain
until their house at the former CCC
camp is moved. Mrs. Dickinson has
been ill for some time and will receive
medical attention while in town.
pany in its operations, the seed trees
and the young growth that had sur
vived the vain efforts to turn the land
into farm uses began to cover the
burns with seedling trees. Now Ber
nard (Bernie) Orell, state supervisor
of forestry, has annonuced that the
Capitol state forest of 85,000 acres
will be classified as completely re
stocked in two more years, when the
planting program will be completed.
Nature, of course, has reforested 90
per cent of the land.
The one reservation pasted on the
prediction is about fire. The young
growth is also closing up over the
black holes in the other ownerships
of the total 110,000 acres within the
boundaries of Capitol state forest. It
is, as Stewart Holbrook has said, a
sight to cheer the bleakest soul.
When in SALEM
I Dan River Prints, Children's Books, |
T ... . _
Wool Scarfs, Stamped Pillow Cases. ♦
Blankets, Handkerchiefs, Nylons I
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
Hlenilricson's Store ♦ :
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Your Idle Hours
Sales — Parts r— Service
316 N. Church St.
BARGAIN EVER! BUY A
of All Kinds
Allen & Platt
Home of GOOD Used Cars
Used Building Material
WHEN IN SALEM
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
MIKE'S Septic Service:
Attorneys at Law
180 N. Commercial
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned •
Phone SALEM S-946S, COLLECT*
107» Elm St.. W. Salem
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
in THE ENTERPRISE
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SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
Modern Funeral Service
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1.50 per month
HARLOW L WEINRICK
Also light hauling
Attorney st Is»
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OPEN : 2:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.