The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, April 16, 1953, Page 7, Image 7

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    T—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
April 16. 1953
Wants and Sales
If It’s in the Canyon, It’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
STOCK or HUNTING DOGS—Want
LEGAL ADVERTISING
FOR SALE—One pair grown geese
AVON COSMETICS
a good home, 2 months olds. Dal­
and four young geese; also five
matian and Collie. Call 5741, Mill
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
See Mrs. R. G. Herlofsen, white
(Continued from Page 1)
ducks, some chickens and one 1-yr. house across from Martin’s trailer
BY JOHN «Amr FUßßAY PH D.
City.
16-lp
No. 15,372
old billy goat.
See Mrs. Clyde court on NW. 7th Ave.
dam, (2) power produced at down­
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Barney or phone 1384, Mill Citv.
Oregon for the County of Marion
Box 658, Mill City. FOR SALE—Building lots, and 3-bed­ stream plants through the release of
14-3p
room home or sale. See. Geo. E. ' Hell’s Canyon storage during periods
Department of Probate
Thornes, Box 685, Mill City, phone i of low flow of downstream rivers, and
FOR
SALE-»18
red
pullets,
laying
In
the
Matter
of the Estate of
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
104>.
16-3p I
good,
$2
each.
Mrs.
John
W.
An
­
GEORGE
W.
McCOY. Deceased.
service, 20 years experience, all
(3) integration of the operation of
ÍT /
derson, Route 1, Lyons, in Mill
The undersigned has been appointed
makes. Guaranteed service.
/
Hell
’
s
Canyon
plant
with
other
fed
­
City.
16-lp WANTED Babv sitting, phone 1384,
by the above-entitled Honorable Court
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance.
Mill City.
14-3p eral power plants in the Columbia
as Administratrix of the Estate of
k
?
river basin. . . .
FOR SALE — 4 squares thick butt WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
GEORGE W. McCOY, Deceased, and
Douglas fir poles, delivered to FOR SALE Home-made 22-ft. trailer
green Certain-teed shingles; 16
she has qualified as such.
* • *
Lyons yard. For further informa­
house, electric range and heat, newly
8x8 glass blocks; one 6x8 poitable
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
“To ask the American people to
tion
call
or
write
Allen
Gould.
1424
finished,
new
rugs,
for
sale
cheap.
tool shed. Phone 66 Lyons, Mrs. H.
creditors of, and all persons having
Filbert
Ave.,
‘
Lebanon,
phone
5745,
allow
a
substitution
of
the
Idaho
See at Silver Saddle Service Sta­
BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE
E. Smith, Mehama.
15tf
claims against said Deceased to pre­
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
tion, or phone 1107, Herbert Hutch­ Power company’s proposals of five low
Aft NOT *DUMâ 'MORE
sent them, verified as required by law,
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma- FOR SALE—3-bedroom modern home,
15-3p dams, ro two low dams and a small
inson, Mill City.
within six months after the first pub­
7HAU HOMELY ONES.
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
*4-acre, A-l garden, fruit and ber­ FOR SALE - Hatching goose eggs. I sU,raw da"1’
lication of this Notice to the under­
the Sna*<e Riv*r C8"'
swap all makes. Trade your old
ries. Ed L. Bergholz, on Kingwood,
Phone 1384, Mill City.
15-3?,»°" for a h'Kh storage dam is an af­
machine towards a new one.
The popular phrase "beautiful signed at the office of HEWITT,
just east of First avenue. Mill City.
front.
Such partial development
ROEN, 456 Court St., Salem.
but dumb" implies that beauty ESTEP & SORENSEN. Attorneys at
16-3p FOR SALE—Old established restau­ would involve the loss of half a mil­ and brains do not reside in the
Law, 180 North Commercial Street,
FOR RENT—One-bedroom duplex in
rant doing business in Mill City. lion kilowatts of potential power, more same fierson The truth is. how­ Salem, Oregon.
Must sell on account of illness. or less. The firm output of the five ever. that studies of genius tsuch
Date of First Publication:
Swift addition.
Inquire at C. E. TAILORED SUITS—$55 and up, im­
ported and domestic woolens. Al­
Inquire at Mom <Sc Pop’s Cafe, Mill low dams would be less than half the as Havelock Ellis carried out in
March 19, 1953.
COVILLE REAL ESTATE, Mill
terations, cleaning and pressing.
England) reveal that beauty more
ALICE M. McCOY,
City.
15-2
City.
52tf
1,124,000 kilowatts attributable to often than not accompanies a
SUNDIN THE TAILOR, 196 S.
Administratrix.
brilliant
mind
Dr
A
E.
Wiggam
FOR
SALE
—
1938
V-8
Ford
sedan
Hell
’
s
Canyon,
or
530,000
kilowatts.
Liberty, Salem.
50tf
WANTED — Small landscaping and
HEWITT, ESTEP & SORENSEN
found
the
same
true
in
America,
'
2-door,
equipped
with
hydraulic
No figure as to the prime output of
contract jobs. No job too small.
Attorneys for Estate.
12-5
brakes, radio and heater, $100.00. the three-dam alternate power com­ and states that intelligent people
Phone 3715, Charley Barney, Box SPORTSMEN—Join the North San-
are
usually
above
the
average
in
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
See Jack Scott, or call 3524, Mill pany proposals are available but the beauty
NOTICE OF SALE
193, Mill City
15-3p
devoted to game conservation and
City.
18-2 increase in firm output over the five
For
sale
by sealed bids the follow­
propagation and need your help.
NEED A TELEPHONE? — Stop in
ing described real property located in
Only
$1.00
per
year,
you
will
have
dam
plan
is
not
great;
engineers
esti
­
in
state
and
local
utility
regulation
and see the new Lech combination
Linn County, State of Oregon, to-wit:
REAL ESTATE
that much fun at one meeting.
mate it would be about 70,000 kilo­ and showed that public power is the
desk or wall phone, also used
Lot 4, Block 3, Shepherd’s Addi­
Enquire
at
Enterprise
office,
or
see
watts. . . .
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
River frontage for summer
principal practical means of remedy­
tion, Mill City, Oregon. County of
Jerry
Coffman,
at
Ken
Golliet
’
s.
9
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
home sites.
“For instance, two farm organiza­ ing monopoly conditions and ineffec­
Linn, Oregon
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. FURNITURE REBUILT and Uphol­
This property consists of post-war
Highway frontage between
tions, serving 1,600,000 farmers in the tual local control, Public power has
stered, latest fabrics and plastics.
Gates and dam.
17 midwestern and western states, been a yardstick to bring rate* down two bedroom dwelling on 50' x 100’
FOR RENT—Modern, furnished, two-
Call 4884 for estimates.
Stayton
The
Modern home on 11 acres for
room apt. and two-room furnished
propose
to build with private capital to a level at which industry, business, lot located on Douglas Street,
Upholstery.
38tf
bath,
property
has
city
water
and
sale.
cabin, at Mill City Hotel. Phone
farmers
and
domestic
users
can
afford
two phosphorus-fertilizer plants in
House is basically sound but needs
100. Mill City.
15tf FOR SALE—3-room house, 21 acres,
Houses for rent.
Idaho if Hell’s Canyon is constructed. power in large quantities. Cheap redecorating.
Has brand new roof.
4 acres cleared, balance in timber;
They cannot do so now because the power in good supply has meant enor- also good sized building on lot for
two
12x18
cabins.
Sell
all
or
part.
See
VV.
R.
HUTCHESON
REAL ESTATE
power is not available and even if , mous gains for private enterprise and garage and storage,
On surfaced
Two miles west of Mill City on
At Gates Furniture Store
available from the Idaho Power com-' a vast improvement in the lives of street, Property subject of an out-
See u3 for good buys in the canyon
old hiway 222, Roy Westphal, Mill
area. Listings wanted.
pany the rates would be too high to rural and domestic purchasers. . .
standing right of redemption until
City.
15-3p
* « *
July 14, 1953.
high to make the manufacture feasi­
Glen Shelton, Salesman
Sale will be by sealed bids. En­
ble. . . .
FOR SALE—Domestic treadle sewing
In conclusion Senator Morse said,
WHEN IN SALEM
velope
containing bid must be plainly
C. E. Coville, Broker
* * *
machine, good condition, $15. Mrs.
"The decisions of today may mean
Visit
West side Mill City
Ph. 2207
Martin Jepson, Mill City, Or. 16-lp
“You will remember 50 lives were prosperity or depression, ample de­ marked “Sealed Bid”. Please refer
L-4608.
A good and sufficient
“HUDSON CITY”
I lost and $100,000,000 in property dam- fense or defeat in the years ahead. . . . to
bond or certified check for ten percent
Home of GOOD Used Cars
' age suffered in 1948 when the Colum-
“The choice between ample and in- j (10%) of bid must accompany bid.
i bia went on a rampage. If the flood expensive power in the northwest, for J Right reserved to reject any and all
HUDSON
of 1894—greatest on record—occurs industry, for defense, for agriculture,1 bids. Property will be sold “as is”.
Sales — Parts — Service now, with a much greater development as
Minimum
opposed to half-hearted, wasteful Minimum price $2600.00.
along the river banks, the total loss and incomplete use of our natural acceptable terms ten percent (10%)
would exceed $350,000,000. Some day wealth can be a historic decision. . . . down with seven (7) years to pay
WELDING
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
balance. Interest will be charged at
that flood, or even a bigger one is
“Foresight and planning are the the rate of 5% per annum on unpaid
316 N. Church St.
Phone 3-9101
coming, for 60 years in the history
seeds of prosperity and national se­ balance.
Under management of Walt Westgaard
of a river or a country is very
Access to dwelling for examination
curity. The Snake river program is a
short. , , .
sound and indispensable investment of interior may be obtained by con­
ANNOUNCING
“Failure to develop resources in ac­ for the productivity and safety of a tacting the undersigned.
Bids will be opened at the office of
cordance with recommended programs thriving America.”
the undersigned on May 7, 1953 at
in this area was the cause of the
3 P.M.
i brown-out predicament we found our­
First publication: April 9, 1953.
selves in in the northwest last winter.
Last nublication: April 30, 1953.
|
Think
of
it
—
in
the
Columbia
river
we
DIRECTOR OF VETERANS’
in the former
have an area with a hydroelectric
AFFAIRS
I potential of about 33,000,000 kilo­
303 State Library Building
watts, yet we must refuse power to
Salem, Oregon
j new industries which require more
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
than a mere 500 kilowatts.
One-
Notice is hereby given that by
I fourth of the electro-process industries
virtue of an Order duly entered in the
1 are served on an interruptible basis—
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
I that is, they are subject to shut down
for the County of Marion in the Mat­
in low-water years and these are the
ter of the Estate of A. D. Scott, de­
industries that provide the weapons
HEAVY HAULING
Phone STAYTON 5017
ceased, the undersigned, A. Gwyn
hen you are looking for better car and material for defense. . . .
Gates, was duly appointed as executor
performance, drive in for a tank of
of said estate and has qualified a*
“Recently I traced the breakdown
our Hi-Octane gasoline.
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
such.
All persons having claim*
against said estate are hereby re­
quired to present the same, together
WE SELL BETTER
with the proper vouchers, to the un­
Ph. SALEM
EXCAVATION & CONSTRI CTION
dersigned executor at 1126 3rd St.,
CARS
FOR
LESS!
Day 3-9108
SERVICE STATION &
Salem, Oregon, within six months
Nite 2-4400
Contracting and Rental
TRAILOR COURT
from the date of this notice.
Dated and first published this 19th
Phone 903 — MILL CITY
day of March, 1953.
TAKE YOU THROUGH
A. GM i N GATES,
Authorized Distributor
Executor
WHEN OTHERS CAN TI BELL & DEVERS
MONROE
Stayton
Stayton, Oregon
SHOCK ABSORBERS
With the extra traction of
14-8
Attorneys for Executor.
IT
PAYS
TO
BUY
AT
SALEM
WDebunker
Canyon Avenue
Walt’s Garage
SHROCK'S
New Location
4
Heidi’s Auto Electric
WHEEL
DRIVE
Salem Sand & Gravel Co
Silver Saddle
GENE TEAGUE
CHEVROLET
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
HOME!
Ask for
Phone 3-4634
141 N. Commercial St.
Has Everything for Your
CHECK
OFFICE NEEDS
Cold SViisery
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
QUICKLY
USE YOUR BRAKES AND
GIVE OUR KIDS A BREAK
Millions us* STANBACK for th*
discomforts of a common cold . . .
as wall as to relieve simple head­
aches, neuralgic and muscular
aches and pains. Tost STANBACK
yourself . . . tablets or powders
... against any preparation you’ve
ever used.
Directory - Professional
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS !
Chiropractic Physician ♦
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
Stayton. Ore.
WOOD’S STORE
General Dry Goods
NOTIONS
LINGERIE
READY-TO-WEAR
HOSIERY'
I.l’ZIERS COSMETICS
J. W. GOIN
VETERINARIAN
STATTON
Phone <148
Opposite
Claude Lewis' Service Station
WEDDLE FUNERAL
HOME
Modem Funeral Service
ORFXiON
STAYTON
4 - wheel drive and the
power of its high-compres­
sion HUKKICANE 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.GVW.
CALL FOR BIDS
Bids will be opened at 12:00 noon
on May 5, 1953, at the Mill City
Grade School, covering re-roofing of
the Grade School building, in part.
Contact V. S. Todd for specifica­
tions.
18-2
Quality Job Printing at
The Mill City Enterprise
ELSNER CHOKED
Motor Co
SALEM, ORE.
with
stomach
GAS?
’
* . .
THANK HEAVINS? Most attacks are Just acid
indigestion When It strikes, taka Beli-MM
tablets They contain the fastest-acttn<
medicines known to doctors for the relief of
heartbum, gas and similar distress. 25<.
MIKE'S Septic Service:
IE
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned ♦
Phone SALEM 3-9168, COLLECT J
1079 Elm St., W. Salem
♦
WHITIE’S
Soothe Itching,
popular
F iery P iles
Don't Jet irr«, fiery, painful, itching
rimple Piieg an e yuj nearly crazy In 15
minutes rinNATtOfD rarta <lvin< you
wonlerf .1 cooling, southing, temporary re-
laxlng r-.lfef from pai.i burning and itch­
rig r money
i.ck gu»rp.iit«*<l. Genuine
f” V ^.OID «M’.a only 11.00 at dragglaU.
SANTIAM CAFE
I
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
annnnuniroonnoo^nnnflnnnHnHD
DR. MARK
HAMMERICKSEN
MILL CITY
DISPOSAL SERVICE
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST
Has moved his Mill City office to
Stayton in the Post Office Bldg.,
2nd Floor, in the
Dr. Victor J. Myers offices
Thursdays 1 p m. to 6 p m.
HOME OFFICE:
313 W. FIRST. ALBANY
:
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups 11.50 per month
Also light hauling.
léonard Herman
«
Phone 3952
Open Sat. Nites Only
ORCHESTRA AND DINNERS FOR
SPECIAL OCCASIONS