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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1952)
December 11. 1952
Wants and Sales
If It's in the Canyon, It’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
FOR RENT D7 or D8 Cat by hour
GLO CANDLES — Make your own
CHRISTMAS WITH WON
or contract. Phone 1134.
Make any size Order turn Christmas Gifts NOW!
One bedroom modern
you want. We have the wax and
See Mrs. R. G. Herlofsen, white
furnished home. Call phone 3952.
wicking. Santiam Farmers Co-op, house across from Martin’s trailer
court on NW. 7th Ave.
Box 658, Mill City.
FOR RENT—Small furnished house,
refrigerator and electric range, city EXPERT AUTO and home radio
water. Geo Cree, phone 924. 43tf
service. 20 years experience, all
makes. Guaranteed service.
Business property on
TAILORED SUITS $55 and up, im
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance, i highway 222 in Mill Ctiy. Suitable
ported and domestic woolens. Al
for mechanic service shop. Enquire
terations, cleaning and pressing. HAY FOR SALE Oat vetch $1.15
at Heidt's Auto Electric, Mill City
SUNDIN THE TAILOR. 196 S.
per bale: alta fescue 50c per bale;
straw 40c per bale. Etzel Bros.,
Route 1. Box 234, Stayton.
FOR RENT—One-bedroom duplex in
Swift addition. Inquire at Enter FOR RENT 3-room modern _l)ouse,
New 1952 Detroiter trailer house,
prise office or at W. L. Peterson
37’j-ft. inside, modern.
furnished, on Marion county side,
residence in Swift addition.
See Kay Colburn at
Highway frontage between
Mill City Meat Market.
Gates and dam.
Modern home on 11 acres for
See us for good buys in the canyon TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma-
chines. We sell. rent, repair and
area. Listings wanted.
Houses for rent.
swap all makes. Trade your >ld
machine towards a new one.
Glen Shelton, Salesman
See W. R. HUTCHESON
ROEN, 456 Court St., Salem.
(’. E. Coville, Broker
At Gates Furniture Store
West side Mill City
Ph. 2207 FOR RENT 2-bedrooni house, newly
decorated outside and inside. Mod
WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
ern, See Glen Shelton, Mill City.
Douglas fir poles, delivered to
Lyons yard. For further informa
tion call or write Allen Gould. 1 124 SPORTSMEN—Join the North San-
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745,
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 2 iff
devoted to game conservation and
propagation and need your help.
FOR SALE—Will sell equity in ’51
Only $1.00 per year, ycu will have
Kaiser deluxe for $675.00. Inquire
that much fun at one meeting.
at Cafe Mar Dean.
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet's. 9
NEED A TELEPHONE.' —Stop in
and see the new Lech combination FURNITURE REBUILT and Uphol-
desk or wall phone, also used
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone • stered, latest fabrics and plastics.
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
38tf 40” Spinet
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
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$966 Louis XV Spinet
$1088 Knabe Spinet
Randall’s FINE MEATS
UPRIGHTS $49 UP
GRANDS—SAVE UP TO $350
OPEN MON. & FRIDAY Evenings
Special Beef Prices
YOUNG EASTERN OREGON HEREFORD
INSPECTED FOR YOUR PROTECTION !
Arm (’ut. Blade or Rump, lb.
Round, T-Bone or Rib. lb.
395 S. 12th, Salem
Heart or Tongue, lb.
Sliced Liver, lb.
Half or Whole
37! 2 c
Gooch Logging Supply
"Everything for the Logger"
BASSETT'S WELDING SHOP
Branch Store Lyons
Sweet Home, Philomath
Capitol Drug Co
(jQH* * * * *
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Slayton 2271
ADA’S NEEDLE SHOP
Ada Ply male. Prop.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS
DRESSM \KING and
WHEN IN SALEM
Home of GOOD Used < ars
Sales — Parts — Service
316 N. Church St.
General Dry Goods
J. W. GOIN
Claude Lewi»’ Service Station
Modern FïinrmJ Hervir*
• Phone SALEM 3-946«. COLLECT*
1079 Elm M . W. Salem
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St ay ton, Oregon
For the best
shaves of your life!
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
in THE ENTERPRISE
Garbage, ashes. trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups 11.50 oer month
YOUR NEW SCHICK ELECTRIC
OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
With the extra traction of
4 • wheel drive and the
power of its high-compres
sion HURRICANE Engine,
this "go-anywhere" Willys
Truck gets through mud,
snow and sand that stop
ordinary trucks. Ask us for
a demonstration. 118-in.
wheelbase, 53OOlbs.G VW.
y»w chonc* to try a new
Schick Electric Shaver without
risking« cent! Just come in and buy
one. Try it for ten days. It muat
give you a falter, more comfortable
Bhave that'« just aa clone a« you
want or we will give you your
money back! We’re auro you’ll join
the million» of men who are saying
good-bye forever to old faahioned,
$5,00 Credit allowed on your
old electric razor regardless
SERVIC E STATION & TRAILER COURT
Safety Check Lubrication
TIRES — TUBES — BATTERIES
AND AUTO SUPPLIES
I’hone 395 2
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
Every Saturday Night
Aho lirht hauling
OPEN: 2:30 p.m. to 2:30 a m
in smart casa
; MIKE'S Septic Service :
Don’t Jet tore, fiery, painful, ttchlne
simple Plleg drive you nearly craty. In 15
minutes CHINAROID starts giving you
wonderful cooling, soothing, temporary re
laxing relief from pain, burning and Itch
ing or money back guaranteed Genuine
CHTNAROID cob U only 11 00 at druggists
Try it today for better sleep tonight and
a brighter tomorrow
I Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned •
S ore P iles
We hope you are pleased
with our service.
W. N. SIMMONS
Directory - Professional
♦ I)R. VICTOR .1. MYERS !
Chiropractic Physician •
WE ARE PLEASED
TO SERVE YOH!
$1.50 per month and up
Also serving Gates, Lyons.
Idanha and Detroit
• Don’t expect your Phy
sician to perform mira
cles. Remember, it takes
more time and effort to
climb uphill than to coast
down! Your patience and
full co-operation are es
sential to rapid recovery.
The pedestrian has the right of way
once he has started across a traffic I
; signal crossing before the light [
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
changes, it was pointed out this week
Notice is hereby given that by by Ray Conway, manager of the Ore
virtue of an Order duly entered in gon State Motor association in keep
the Circuit Court of the State of ing the 30,000 members of the asso
Oregon for the County of Marion, in
the Matter of the Estate of John ciation abreast of important recent
Staines, deceased, the undersigned, D. , legal decisions.
The United State' Court of Appeals.
B. Hill, was duly appointed as admin
istrator of said estate and has quali , Conway pointed out, has upheld a
fied as such.
All persons having Louisiana lower court which awarded j
claims against said estate are hereby damages to a pedestrian who was hit
required to present the same, together : by a taxicab in a situation where
with the proper vouchers, to the un
he hail started across the street on
dersigned administrator at Mill City.
Oregon, within six months from the the green light and the light changed
, to red before he was entirely across.
date of this notice.
The case had interesting aspects
Dated and first published this 20th
day of November, 1952.
I as the accident occurred about dusk
D. B. HILL,
on a rainy afternoon at a scenic high-
Administrator , way crossing where traffic signal
BELI. X DEVERS
lights operated, and the suit was filed
against the company insuring the
I taxicab instead of the taxicab coin-
Quality Job Printing at
I pany, as is permitted under Louisiana
The Mill City Enterprise
In upholding the lower court on
4 'appeal by the defendants, the Court1
\uilitor t 1 of Appeals said:
“A pedestrian about to cross a
♦ I street, as well as while crossing it,
I | must exeicise due care for his own
t PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ♦ ! safety in the circumstances and not
I walk heedlessly into approaching
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
■ traffic. But, when a pedestrian who
I has staited to cross with a green light
Corner 3rd & Marion
I in a cross walk marked off for pedes
trians is confronted with a change
in the traffic signal when he is part
way across, thus facing a dilemma,
ttHHHHnHHnHnn»innni9tHnHnHHnng to be instantly decided as to whether
he will remain on the center line of
the street, or will retreat and run
the risk of injury from cars proceed
ing along the traffic lam* he has al
ready crossed, or will attempt to reach
the opposite side of the street ahead
of an approaching vehicle in the op
posite line of traffic, presents a jury
question as to whether the pedes
trian's conduct in continuing to cross
I the street was compatible, in the cir
cumstances, with the conduct of a
person of ordinary prudence.
pedestrian thus caught in midsection
by changing signals, may assume that
cross traffic thus released against
him will exercise due care, and that
he will be accorded reasonable time
to reach a place of safety.
WE SELL BETTER
CARS FOR LESS!
FOR RENT Modern cabin. See Otto
Witt, Mill City.
Appeals Court Gives