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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1953)
7—1 HE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Mat 7. 1951
in the Canyon, It’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
Wants and Sales
FOR RENT — House, chicken house |
FOR SALE—2-bedroom house, close
and 10 actes of pasture, on Santiamj
in, cross from American Legion hall.
river, two miles west of Mill City.
See Mrs. R. G. Herlofsen, white
Has attached garage, laundry tlays, house across from Martin’s trailer
Roy Westphal, Mill City.
oil furnace, $1.500.00 down payment. court on NW. 7th Ave.
Phone 3787, Mill City.
Box 658, M II City. SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS and
rentals, parts for most models. Also
I OR RENT—One-bdrm duplex, fur HOUSE HUNTING? — SEE THIS
see the world’s finest sewing ma
nished or unfurnished. Inquire at
modern 2-bedroom home with gar-! chine the amazing ne»' Necchi, zig
Enterprise office or C. E. Coville
age in Mill City near both schools. | zags, sews on buttons and makes
Real Estate, Mill City.
The price is $5500. The terms are i buttonholes, w-ithout attachments.
up to you. Henry A. Chaney, 5th I Duncan’s Sewing Center, 70 E. Ash,
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
Lebanon, Ore., phone 461 or write
service, 20 years experience, all
Necchi Sewing Machine representa
makes. Guaranteed service.
WANTED TO BUT’ — Clean peeled
tive, Box 483, Mill City.
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
Douglas fir poles, delivered to
FOR SALE -Old established restau
FOR SALE —Mill wood, 16-in, $12
tion call or write Allen Gould. 1424
rant doing business in Mill City.
for 2-unit load. Herbert Hutchin
Filbert Ave.. Lebanon, phone 5745.
Must sell on account of illness.
son, phone Mill City 1107, evenings,
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
Inquire at Mom & Pop's Cafe, Mill
or at former Remine mill.
Would you like to SAVE from 20%
FOR SALE — 4 squares thick butt
to 30% on the cost of your Auto
green Certain-teed shingles; 16
mobile Insurance? If so! call on FOR SALE — Four good used tires,
6.70x15, two are almost new recaps,
8x8 glass blocks; one 6x8 portable
DOUG BAKER or RON NICHOLS
all 4 for $25.00. Call 3787, Mill
tool shed. Phone 66 Lyons, Mrs. H.
We also have all types of Logging,
E. Smith, Mehama.
Truck and Equipment Insurance.
Make sure to ask about the saving I
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
on house and furniture fire insur FOR SALE—Fescue grass hay, cleani
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
and never been wet, 60c bale, or
swap all makes. Trade your old
$15.00 a ton. Two miles west of
machine towards a new one.
Mill City, on old hiway 222, Roy
ROEN, 456 Court St.. Salem.
116 Masonic Building
Corner of High and State Sts.
WANTED — Small landscaping and
contract jobs. No job too small.
Phone 2261, between 8 and 9 eve
River frontage for summer
nings, except Saturday, Charley
Night 2-4758 or 4-1072
Barney, Box 193, Mill City. 15-4p
TAILORED SUITS—$55 and up. im
NEED A TELEPHONE’ —Stop in
ported and domestic woolens. Al
and see the new Lech combination
terations, cleaning and pressing.
desk or wall phone, also used
SUNDIN THE TAILOR, 196 S.
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. FOR RENT or SALE—Store building,
with living quartets, convenient
terms may be arranged. See Glen
E. Shelton, C. E. COVILLE REAL
See us for good buys in the canyon
area. Listings wanted.
FURNITURE REBUILT and Uphol
Glen Shelton, Salesman
stered, latest fabrics and plastics
C. E. Coville, Broker
Call 4884 for estimates.
West side Mill City
Highway frontage between
Gates and dam.
Modern home on 11 acres for
Houses for rent.
See W. R. HUTCHESON
At Gates Furniture Store
WHEN IN SALEM
Home of GOOD I sed ( ars
Sales — Parts — Service
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
316 N. Church St.
Under management of Walt Westgaard
in the former
Heidi's Auto Electric
Salem Sand & Gravel Co
Phone STAYTON 5017
Whether it s a fan belt inspection,
your tires checked, or your wind
shield washed, we are always here
to serve you.
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
Contracting and Rental
Dav 3-9108 I
Nite 2-4400 I
SERVICE STATION &
Phone 903 — MILL CITY
TIRES and BATTERIES
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
Has Everything for Your
USE YOUR BRAKES AND
GIVE OUR KIDS A BREAK
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
! j |)
DR. VICTOR J. MYERS
Chiropractic Physician ♦ ■
Post Office Building. 2nd Floor
Phone: Stayton 2274
2®QCX x x x x
x x x x x x x x x x x
MIKE'S Septic Service:
Septic Tanks and Setters Cleaned ♦
Phone SALEM S »468, COLLECT •
1079 Elm St., W. Salem
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
“ « ~ « XK1
F iery P iles
General Dry Goods
x . x x . x x x x . x x . x x x x x x >- x x.xXX
J. W. GOIN
Claude Lewis’ Service Station
Modem Ennemi Service
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» REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST
Stay ton office closed »hile
on vacation until May 2*th.
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Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups 11.50 per month
Also light hauling
An Open Letter.. .
From Your Dentist
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION IN
THE RURAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
OF LINN COUNTY. OREGON.
UPON QUESTION OF INCREAS
ING TAX LEVY OVER AMOUNT What Is “Fluoridation"?
LIMITED BY SECTION 11, ART.
It simply means that a vital natural
XI, STATE CONSTITUTION
element which God has given us to
Notice is hereby given that an elec insure strong healthy teeth sometimes
tion will be held Monday, May 18, has to be added to a community water
1953, in the Mill City Grade School,
by the Rural School District of Linn supply, so that we can have the nec
county, State of Oregon, in all com- essary chemicals and minerals to stay
ponent school districts of said Rural well. It is just as natural to add
flourides to water as it is to add salC
The election wil Ibegin at 8 p.m. and to food both are important to good
will be held in the schoolhouse in each health.
of said component districts. The pur What Will Flouridation Do?
pose of the election is to submit to
It will reduce up to 65 percent of
the legal voters of the rural school the dental decay in our children, and
district the question of increasing the
tax levy for the fiscal year beginning will continue to protect their teeth all
July 1, 1963, over the amount limited their lives. This will result in the
by Section 11, Article XI of the Con saving of millions of dollars in dental
bills for parents, and will save addi
The reasons for increasing such tional millions which every taxpayer
now helps pay for public health dental
1. Increased school population — programs.
FAMILY’ STYLE boarding house and
2. Increased cost of fuel, electricity, Is It “Mass Medication"?
rooms. Mrs. Bass, Mill City. 19-3
Apparently opponents of fluorida
tion believe Oregonians are so gullible
LOTS FOR SALE—$20 down, $10
3. Teachers’ salaries.
per month. C. E. COVILLE REAL
The amount of tax, in excess of the they won’t reach for a dictionary and
19tf six percent limitation proposed to be prove how silly thia statement is.
Fluoridation won't cure dental decay
FOR SALE -1948 24-ft. trailer house. levied by the rural school district of
Slimp dolly, range, refrig., electric Linn County, Oregon, for the fiscal —it prevents it. If opponents tvant
vear beginning July 1, 1953, ig $824,- to be consistent, they should be cam
heater, water heater, double sink. 000.79.
paigning to have us attempt to remove
$1,090 cash, or $550 for my equity,
Dated this 23rd day of April, 1953. the fluorides which God has placed
balance $53 per month. See S. J.
in the air, food, earth and other places
Street, Hansen’s Trailer Court, Mill Attest:
W. H. DOI.MYER
to keep men healthy.
Secretary, Rural School Board
Have We Had Time to Study All the
(Sgd) WM. F. GRENZ,
WANTED—Oil tank 400 to 600 gallon ■
Effects of Fluoridation?
Chairman, Rural School Board
(below ground). K. W. Martig.!
Man has been drinking fluoridated
phone Mill City 5842.
i THE COUNTY BOARD OF EQUAL water since time began. In several
FOR SALE—3-bedroom house, good
IZATION will convene on Monday, communities in Oregon white men
location, $3,600.00. Phone 3284.
have been drinking it, bathing in it,
19-4 May 11th, 1953, at the Court House in
Albany, Linn County, Oregon, and and using it for industry and agricul
MEHAMA WOMAN'S CLUB RUM remain in session for three weeks or ture since the early 1800’s, just as
MAGE STORE moved to Mehama until the examination, correction and the Indians had for centuries be for»
Junction. Open every Tuesday 10 equalization of the assessment rolls them. Is that time enough?
a.m. to 4 p.m.
18-3p have been completed. Application for
of assessments shall be in six months from the date of this
AFRICAN VIOLETS $1.25 and up, reduction
writii g, veriifed as by law required,
fuchsias, geraniums and tuberous and filed within the first week it is notice.
Dated and first published this 23rd
begonias, started bulbs and seed bv law required to be in session.
day of April, 1953.
lings. and bedding plants. Berger's
JOHN W. SHEPPARD
JOHN WARREN REID and
Green House, 1101 Third St., Stay
Assessor for Linn County
DAVID M. REID,
ton, phone 2095.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
BELL & DEVERS
SPORTSMEN—Join the North San
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are
devoted to game conservation and of an Order duly entered in the Circuti
Attorneys for Executors
propagation and need your help. Court of the State of Oregon for the
Only $1.00 per year, you will have County of Marion in the Matter of
that much fun at one meeting. the Estate of David W. Reid, decea.-ed,
Enquire at Enterprise office, or see the undersigned, John Warren Reid IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9 and David M. Reid were duly ap
OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY
pointed as joint executors of said
WANTED — Antique, an old glass estate and have qualified as such. All MILL CITY STATE BANK,
China closet. Call Mrs. Ed Bell, persons having claims against said
an Oregon Corporation,
Stayton, phone 2947.
18-3p estate are hereby required to present
the same, together with the proper
vouchers, to the undersigned joint D. R. STEVENS and ANNA STEV-
executors at Mill City, Oregon, within
ENS, husband and wife, GEO. A.
RHOTEN, J. RAY RHOTEN, and
SAM F. SPEERSTRA, dba Rhoten,
Rhoten and Speerstia, anti H. C.
KELLER and FRANCES KELLER,
husband and wife.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, You and each of you
are hereby required to appear and
answer the Complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit, on or
before 4 weeks from the date of the
To Our New Office
first publication of this Summons.
And if you so fail to appear and
1114 Center St
answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
DR. R. REYNOLDS
prayed for in the complaint that each
of the defendants, and all persons
claiming under tl ei , or either of
them, subsequent to the execution of
said mortgage upon said premises,
may be fore-dosed of all right, claim
or equity of reden ption or other in
terest in said mortgaged premises and
every part thereof. Said real prop
erty described as follows, to-wit:
TAKE YOU THROUGH
Lots One (1), Eleven (11), and
THANK HEAVENS! Most attacks »re Just »Cid
Twelve (12) in Block Two (2) in
Indigestion. When it strike», take Bell-ans
WHEN OTHERS CAN TI
the old Townsite of Minto, Marion
tablets. They contain the fastest-acting
medicines known to doctors for the relief of
1,eartburn, gas and similar distress. 25/.
This summons is served upon you by
4 • wheel drive and the
publication in the Mill City Enterprise,
power of its high-compres
a newspaper of general circulation
sion //( rRRICANE Engine,
printed and published at Mill City,
WE SELL BETTER
this "go-anywhere” Willys
Marion County, Oregon for a period
Truck gets through mud,
of once each week for four successive
CARS FOR LESS!
weeks as prescribed by and pursuant
snow and sand that stop
to an Order of the Honorable Rex
ordinary trucks. Ask us for
Kimmell, Judge of the above named
a demonstration. 118-in.
Court, duly entered herein on the 22nd,
wheelbase, 53OOlbs.G VW.
day of April, 1953. The date of the
first publication of this Summons is
May 7, 1953, and the date of the last
' publication is May 28, 1953.
BELL A DEVERS,
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
(s) JOS. M. DEVERS, JR.
of Attorneys for Plaintiff.
BELL & DEVERS.
Attorneys at Law
Member of National Concern has
openings in this immediate area for
men and women who have 3 to 4
hours a week spare time. Pays up
to $6.00 per hour.
NO SELLING! This work consists
of taking care of one and five cent
candy merchandising dispensers.
Physical condition or education not
THIS IS NOT A GET-RICH-QUICK
scheme or something for nothing,
but hundreds of people ui many
walks of life are making a steady,
sizeable income from this business.
CAN YOU QUALIFY?
TO QUALIFY’ for work, you must
have a car, references and $478.00
cash, which is secured by inventory
and controlled by you. Liberal fi
nancial assistance given on expan
For personal inteiview, include phone
in application. Write P.O. Box 506,
If you are both.r-d by Bark»rhe, Getting
Up Night, «too frequent, burning or sting
ing urination,. Pressure over Bladder, or
strong cloudy urine, due to minor tempo
rary Kidney and Bladder Irritation, for
palliative relief ark your druggist about
CYSTEX. Popular 25 years. 20 million pack
ages used. Satisfaction or money back guar
anteed. Ask druggut about CYSTKX Ualaj
141 N. Commerci*! St.
Millions um STANBACK for tho
discomforts of a common cold . . .
as well as to relieve simple head
aches. neuralgic and muscular
aches and pains. Tost STANBACK
yourself . . . tablets or powders
... against any preparation you’ve
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
Open 4 p.m. - Closed Monday
BANQUETS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS