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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1953)
If It’s in the Canyon, It’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
Ten cents per line each insertion.
No advertisement accepted for less
than 50 cents per week.
Count five words to the line in
ordering your ad. Phone 2651, Mill
City or mail your advertisement to
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
etc. will be run under “Special An
nouncements” classification with a
minimum charge of 50 cents per in
Card of Thanks—Minimum rate of
Grade School, covering the sale of the
Elkhorn school house, playshed and
FOR RENT—Furnished one-bedroom EXPERT AUTO and home radio wood shed, located in Marion county.
apartments. Stewart’s Apartments.
service, 20 years experience, all Contact \ . S. Todd for particulars.
makes. Guaranteed service.
Phone 4407, Mill City.
EDNA F. ROSS,
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
FOR RENT — Cabins by week or
month for light housekeeping. Mill TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
chines. We sell. rent, repair and
NOTICE is hereby given that a
swap all makes. Trade your old
public hearing will be held before W.
machine towards a new one.
FOR REN T—Furnished two and
ROEN. 456 Court St . Salem. S. Weidal, examiner, for the Milk
three room apartments. Phone 1707,
D. B. Hill, Mill City.
tf TAILORED SUITS—$55 and up, im Marketing Administration, State of
Oregon, at State Library in the city
ported and domestic woolens. Al of Salem, Oregon, at the hour of 2:00
FOR RENT—Two-bedroom house.
terations, cleaning and pressing. P. M., September 8, 1953, to receive
Fourth house east of Legion hall,
SUNDIN THE TAILOR, 196 S. testimony and evidence relating to
in Mill City. Furnished or unfur
50tf the costs of production and distribu
nished. Immediate possession.— B.
A. Roy, Phone 371.
36p FURNITURE REBUILT and-Uphol tion of fluid milk, resale prices, pool
stered, latest fabrics and plastics ing. regulations, allocations of quotas,
FOR RENT—Cabin. Parkway trailer
4884 for estimates.
Stayton unfair trade practices and al! other
FOR SALE—Used Rotary White el- ' court. One mile east of Gates on
38tf pertinent matters relating to market
ectric sewing machine in good con- ! highway. $25 per month. See Philip
ing fluid milk in Zone No. 2, compris
dition. Call at Ethel Hill residence, I Stevens, at the court.
ing Marion and Polk counties.
Mill City. Phone 1934.
Dated at Portland, Oregon, this
FOR RENT—Modern furnished cot
24th day of August, 1953.
tage.—C. M. Cline, Northeast Al
FOR SALE—Used davenport and
W, S. WEIDEL,
der street, Mill Chy.
36p NOTICE OF THE SALE OF REAL
wood range. Call Mill City Variety
Administrator, Milk Marketing
^ent^nn h^—Frank R 11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Administration.
FOR SALE—Will sacrifice piano, in
Ph n «M
** tfa! STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
good condition. $55. Call 1978, Mill
Mill City. Phone 605.
COUNTY OF MARION PROBATE
FOR RENT—Two bedroom house, I ' DEPARTMENT,
Southeast Grove st. Close to theater. I In the Matter of the Estate of A. D.
By Janet Beilin
In Mill City. Phone 414.—Wilson’s
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dougherty, Mr.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN and Mrs. Floyd Pruitt of Kamiah,
Hatchery, Lyons, Ore.
WANTED—Lady fry cook. Desire one
I That, A. Gwyn Gates, as executor of Idaho, Gerald ' Clure of Cambridge,
with experience in working in res FOR RENT—Small four-room house j the estate of A. D. Scott.-deceased, by
with new bath. Garage. 5 blocks virtue of an order duly issued out of Idaho and Martha Kunkle of Twin
taurant kitchen. Must be neat and
from town. Phone*1641. Mill City, p the above entitled Court and cause on Falls, Idaho, spent last weekend at
reliable.—Riverview Cafe, Meha
the Raymond Branch home. They are
ma, Oregon. Phone Lyons 724. 36
I the 28th day of July, 1953, will sell at all cousins of Mr. Branch. While here
I a private sale, at the law office of they went to Neotsu to visit Mr.
Bell and Devers, in Stayton, Oregon,
Lost and Found
FOR SALE—Well consti ucted canopy to the highest bidder on the 10th day Branch’s sister, Mrs. Howard Sie
for late model Pickup truck.—E. D. of October, 1953, at 10 o’clock A. M. wert. Mr. Branch chartered a boat
LOST—Billfold, containing valuable
Cooke, Southwest 8th Ave., Mill thereof, either for cash or on terms, and they all went deep sea fishing
papers near Toman’s store, Mill
36p all of the right, title, interest and es Sunday morning. The sea was rough,
they only caught five salmon. A large
City. Reward for return.—Willis
FOR SALE—Old established restaur tate which the above named deceased Blue shark was entangled in the fish
’ Stewart, Mill City.
ant doing good business in Mill has in and to the following described ing gear and gave them all a thrill for
City. Priced for quick sale. Inquire real property, to-wit:
a few minutes. This is the first time
Beginning at the Northeast
at Mom and Pop's Cafe, Mill City.
any of the cousips had seen the ocean
corner of Lot One (1), Block
so it was quite an experience for
WANTED TO BUY—Good second | Eight (8), Mary A. Gates Addi
them. They were all pretty good sail
growth logs. Phone 1470, Albany,
tion to the Town of Gatesville,
ors as very little sea sickness was
Oregon.—Industrial Mill Co., Crab
Marion County, Oregon, (See
Volume 3, Page 46, Record of
The members of the Mehama Com
Town Plats for said County and
munity church will meet in the base
FOR SALE—Fresh eggs. West
State), and running thence North
ment of their new church next Sun
Evergreen street, on the hill.—Mrs.
along the East line of said Block
day. They have been meeting at Me
Ogden, Mill City.
Eight (8) 150 feet; thence Wes-
hama grade school all summer, but
terly along the North line of
W anted TO BUY — Clean peeled
because of crowded quarters and the
Block Eight (8), 76 feet, more
Douglas fir poles, delivered to
rough “school house hill”, moving into
or less, to the creek; thence in a
Lyons yard. For further informa
the new church basement will be a
tion call or write Allen Gould, 1424
Southerly direction following the
relief as well as a historical moment.
Filbert Ave.. Lebanon, phone 5745,
meandering of the creek to a
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harner and
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
point ISO feet South of the North
daughter, Edna Mae, former residents
line of said Block; thence East
FOR SALE—.38 Special Smith and
of West Stayton, visited at the Bellin
to the place of beginning and be
Wesson revolver with special safety
home Friday of last week. Their two
catch holster. In good condition.— ‘
ship 9 South, Range 3 East of the
Mom and Pop's Cafe, Mill City. 36
We cant's use your Crank, but we
Willamette Meridian, Marion
will give you the best deal in town
NEED A TELEPHONE? — Stop, in
Said sale will be made subject to
on an new battery.
and see the new Lech combination the confirmation of the above entitled
desk or wall phone, also used Court and each bid must be accom
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone panied by 10 per cent of the total
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked. amount of the bid, either by certified
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
SERVICE STATION &
check or cash, any and all bids may
be rejected by the executor.
Dated this 26th day of August, 1953.
Phone 903 — MILL CITY
(s) A. Gwyn Gates,
FOR SALE — 3-bedroom unfinished
Date of first publication: September,
FOR SALE—100x250 foot lot in Ri
TIRES and BATTERIES
verside addition to Mill City. In Date of last publication: October 1.
40 50c, 25c after 6 Kiddies Free
quire at Mom and Pop’s Cafe, Mill
8 Great Days and Nights
CALL FOR BIDS
Bids will be opened at 8:i>0 p. m.
Glen Shelton, Salesman
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
I lli |;sl> Q . si PTEMBER 3. I'M
sons, Jerry and Elmer, spent part of | traction was an enormous birthday
the day at the Tex Kimsey home, be j cake. Mrs. Patton could do little but
tween Mehama and Stayton. The Har exclaim again and again at this won
ner family is now living at Umatilla derful and unexpected surprise. A
where they own and operate a res I very welcome guest was Mrs. Jake
taurant. They were returning from Begikum. Mts. Patton’s only grand
a two week vacation and t^ey expect daughter frdm Newfoundland. At
ed to reach home Sunday.
tending were friends and relatives
Henry Holzfuss of Lyons, who from Lacomb, Lebanon and Portland.
works for Raymond Branch, hurt his Six great grandchildren were there,
back while at work Monday and will making the number of guests total
be unable to work for a time.
Mrs. Raymond Branch received
word that Gerald Branch, who is ii IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
the air corps, has been hurt again, this
time his hip and leg. No word has
been received telling hov\ he was hurt
or how he is recuperating. However,
the report >aid it wasn’t ^oo serious,
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A surprise party was given Mrs.
May Patton on August 8, by numerous
DR. R. REYNOLDS
friends and relatives. When company
arrived at her home she asked them to
stay for dinner but they persuaded
1144 Center St.-
her to a spot along the bank of the
Phone 3 9460
river where a picnic dinner was wait
ing. The tables were decorated with
large sprays of glads and a main at-
C. E, Coville, Broker
West aide Mill City
USE WR BRAKES AND
GIVE OUR KIDS A BREAK
Santiam Beans £ u . ä 19 c
Borden’s Cheese 2ib
No. 300 Tin
481 State Street, Salem
For 34 years the Willamette Valley’s
leading Family Shoe Store
Hill Top Market
Red & White Store
Gates General Store
See Us for Your Locker Meats
—WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY LABOR DAY—
Open Daily 8:0« A. M. to 7:00 P. M
Closed Sundays and Holidays
Buy Our Meats at any of these markets
BUSTER BROWN shoes are famous
for quality and the constructive feat-
tures your children’s growing feet need.
We promise we’ll make them fit right
today—to protect growing feet for
tomorrow. Come in soon and see our complete stock
of fine-fitting, long-wearing BUSTER BROWN’S.
Open Friday Nites Till 9
4-H Club BEEF
Specials for Friday and Saturday
SHOES FOR (OYS ANO'bltlSI
This week we feature
PORK & BEANS
BIG CLIFF CABINS
FOR SALE—Small 3-room house and
lot in Shaw’s addition to Mill City.
Will sell cheap. Inquire at Mom and
Pop’s Cafe, Mill City.
Mothers! Fit your
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HILL TOP MARKET
Mill City, Oregon
Mill City, Oregon