The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, November 19, 1953, Page 11, Image 11

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    9—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1953
CLASSIFIED RATES
Miscellaneous
Ten cents per line each insertion.
Ne advertisement accepted for less CHILD CARE—I will take care of
children or small babies, any day or
than 50 cents per week.
any evening, your home or mine.
Count five words to the line >n
Reduced rates in my home by day.
ordering your ad. Phone 2651, Mill
—Mrs. George Cree, Hiway west,
City or mail your advertisement to
Linn county. Phone 924.
49p
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,
Oregon.
FOR SALE—Weaner pigs. 1 mile
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
west of Mill City.—Herschel Clark,
etc. will be run under “Special An­
Rt. 1, Lyons.
47p
nouncements" classification with a
minimum charge of 50 cents per in­ AVON REPRESENTATIVE — When
in need of cosmetics see me.—Mrs.
sertion.
Darlene Goddell, Mill City. On
county road.
48p
Lost and Found
LOST—Billfold near Mill
City
Theatre Friday night, Nov. 6. Re­
ward for return of billfold to Er-
cell Ingram, Detroit.
47p
Home Appliances
WaNTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
Douglas fir poles, delivered to
Lyons yard. For further informa­
tion call or write Allen Gould. 1424
Filbert Ave.. Lebanon, phone 5745,
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
NEED A TELEPHONE’ —Stop in
and see the new Lech combination
desk or wall phone, also used
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
FOR SALE—Apartment size Frigi-
daire, works fine $60.00; kitchen
heater or trash burner, white enam­
el, wood or coal, a dandy, $45.00;
LOGS WANTED
New House treadle sewing machine, Good 2nd growth logs. Premium
$35.00—Mrs. Viola J. Zanker, Box
paid for No. 2 logs 28 feet and
271, Rt. 1, Lyons, Oregon.
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longer. Also 8 foot stud logs or
multiples of 8 feet plus trim. 6 inch-
FOR SALE—Slightly used spinet pia­
16 inch diameter.
no. Can be seen in Mill City. Terms
or will take old piano in trade. Write BURKLAND LUMBER CO.
Day Music Co., 808 S. E. Morrison I Phone Turner 1125
Evenings 2503
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St., Portland, Oregon
47-8-9-50 j Turner or 2-7826 Salem. •
Firemen's
Benefit
Saturday, Nov. 21
With every $5.00 purchase at our store for
the next two weeks we will give away ab­
solutely free a ticket to the
Firemen’s Benefit
Shop here and save on—
HARDWARE
WORK CLOTHING
AND APPLIANCES
Hilltop General Store
YOUR MARSHALL WELLS STORE
Business Services
For Rent
Legal Notices
Real Estate
ROOMS FOR RENT—Get set fTr
cold weather. W’arm, comfortable FOR SALE—House, well located.
NOTICE OF STREET VACATION
Large living room. Three bedrooms.
rooms. Home-like atmosphere. We
AND PUBLIC HEARING
My equity and take over contract
have a few vacanices left. Mill City
at $40 per month. Phone Mill City
Lodge. Phone 1957.
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Pursuant to the provisions of action
1957.
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taken the Uth day of November, 1953,
RENT—Completely furnished
by the common council of the City of FOR
2 bedroom home. $55 a month. FOR SALE or TRADE-—2 bedroom
Mill City, Marion and Linn Counties,
home in Mill City. Electric water
Phone 2652.
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Oregon, there will be a public hearing
heater, wired for range. lVi acres
held on the 11th day of December, FOR RENT — Bachelor apartment.
on highway. Business possibilities.
1953, at the City Hall in Mill City,
Furnished. Thiel’s Store, Lyons,
Garden soil, shade trees. Easy terms
Marion and Linn Counties, Oregon.
Oregon.
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or factory built trailer house in
Said public hearing is to commence
trade. Phone 6707, P. O. Box 673,
at 8 o’clock p. m. on said day for the FOR RENT—Furnished one-bedroem
Mill City.
48p
purpose of hearing objections and re­
apartments. Stewart’s Apartments.
monstrances to the proposition as to
Phone 4407, Mill City.
30ptf FOR SALE BY OWNER—Three bed­
whether or not said hereinafter des­
room home on nice level 75x140 foot
cribed street in the City of Mill City FOR REN T—Furnished two and
lot, all in lawn, on N. W. river road.
three
room
apartments.
Phone
1707.
shall be vacated by the common coun­
Electric water heater. This is a real
D.
B.
Hill,
Mill
Citv.
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cil:
bargain for someone who is handy
From the north boundary of
with carpenter tools and has time
FOR
RENT
—
2
bedroom
duplex,
1
what is now known as highway
to work it over. Can be purchased
block
from
grade
school
on
Douglas
22 (formerly called highway 222)
with very low down payment and
street
in
Mill
City.
Phone
1242.
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and extending northerly from said
the balance cheaper than rent. See
north boundary along all of Sixth
FOR RENT—Attractive modern 1
Don Moffatt at The Enterprise of­
street to the south line of Cherry
fice in Mill City.
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bedroom home with garage, near
Street all in Mill City, Marion,
school. Nice neighborhood. Call
County, Oregon.
6703, Mill City.
48p I
Automobiles
1. POSTED: Intersection of Sixth
Street and highway 22.
FOR SALE or TRADE—1940 Ford 2-
POSTED. Intersection of
Sixth
Poultry
door with Mercury motor. Some
Street and Cherry Street.
terms.—E. D. Hollibaugh, S. E.
PUBLISHED: November 19th and FOR SALE—Large New Hampshire
hens, Vfa years old. $1.25 each.—
4th avenue, Mill City.
47p
26th and December 3rd and 10th, 1953.
Mrs. Ogden on hill, west Evergreen
Signed,
Street, Mill City
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N. J. THACKER,
Recorder, City of Mill City,
Oregon.
Ordered by the common council of
the City of Mill City, Marion and
Linn Counties, Oregon.
EXPERT AUTO and home radio
service, 20 years experience, all
makes. Guaranteed service.
_____ Stiffler's Radio and Applienee.
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma­
chines. We sell. rent, repair and
swap all makes. Trade your old
machine towards a new one.
ROEN, 456 Court St- Salem.
FURNITURE REBUILT and Uphol­
stered. latest fabrics and plastics.
Call 4884 for estimates.
Stayton
Upholstery.
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f •••
flr$t for . . J’’
S iiotpoiflt
L.
APPLIANCE service ,;d
• Factory-Trained Experts
• Genuine Hotpoint Parti
Also Complete ServTce
on all makes
Ranges and Water Heaters
Shux Electric
Phone 296-1
STAYTON
NOTICE OF REGULAR ELECTION]
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ini
accordance with Chanter 6, Sections 23
and 24 of the Charter of the City of
Mill City, Oregon, that on the 1st
day of December, 1953 there will be
held the regular annual election for
Councilmen, as follows:
1. To elect one councilman to
"Better let him win, ho i been try­
serve a three year term of office on
ing since the day he bought it."
the Common Council, of the City of
Mill City as required by Chapter III,
Section 8 of the City Charter.
We pride ourselves on excellent ser­
2. To elect a mayor to serve a two vice, but occasionally have to make
year term of office as chairman of the
an exception
Common Council of the City of Mill
City as required by Chapter III, Sec­
tion 9 of the City Charter.
SERVICE STATION &
The election will be held at 2:00
o’clock P. M. and will continue until
TRAILER COURT
8:00 o’clock P. M. on December 1,
Phone 903 — MILL CITY
1953. The precinct and polling place
will be at the City Hall in the City
GATES
of Mill City, Oregon.
The judges and clerks of said elec­ TIRES and BATTERIES
tion ate as follows: Elma Stewart,
AUTO SUPPLIES
iudge; Altha Grimes, judge; Lettie
Swan, clerk: Mabie Schroeder, clerk;
and Ann Holman, clerk.
Witness the hands of the recorder
and mayor of the City of Mill City,
together with the seal of said City,
upon the 17th dav of November. 1953.
(SEAL)
JOHN A. MUIR,
Mayor
USE WR BRAKES Afifo
N. J. THACKER,
GIVE OUR KIDS A BREAK
Recorder
Posted at: City Hall. Stewart’s
Grocery Store, Red and White Store.
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Silver Saddle
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
BAKER’S
MILL CITY JEWELRY
M atches and Watch Repairing
EASY CREDIT TERMS
P. O. Box 215
Phone 843
Mill City, Oregon
that sealed bids will be received by
the undersigned until the hour of
8:00 P. M. on the 1st day of De­
cember, 1953, and immediately there­
after publicly opened by the School
District Board of School District No.
129-J, Marion and Linn Counties,
Oregon, at the schoolhouse in said
district, Mill City, Oregon, for an
issue of bonds of said School District
in the amount of One Hundred Sixty
Thousand Dollars ($160,000.00) said
bonds to be dated December 15,
1953, and to mature serially in nu­
merical order as follows:
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1955.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1956.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1957.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1958.'
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1959.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1960.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1961.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1962.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1963.
$16,000.00 on January 15, 1964.
Said bonds to bear interest at the !
rate of not to exceed 4% per annum
payable semi-annually, principal and
interest payable at the office of the
County Treasurer of Linn County,
Oregon.
Said bonds were duly authorized
at an election held on October 13,
1953.
Bids must be accompanied by a
certified check in the amount of One
Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00).
The approving legal opinion of
Winfree, McCulloch, Shuler 4 Sayre I
will be furnished the successful bid­
der.
'
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
EDNA F. ROSS,
Clerk, School District No. l^O-J
Marion and Linn Counties, Ore­
gon, Mill City, Oregon. 45-46-47
Subscribe to the
Mill City Enterprise
With each $5 (’ash grocery purchase on
Friday and Saturday we will give one
FREE ticket which may win a Zenith
TV Set, clock radio, portable radio,
hams, bacon or a turkey at the
Firemen’s Benefit, Saturday Nov. 11.
Carnation Milk
79c
6 tall cans
2
I.G.A. Pumpkin
29c
1-2 tins—2 for
Pie crust Mix
Betty Crocker
29c
2 packages
Open Daily 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 P. M
Cream Corn
2 - 25c
Tasty Pak, 303 size
Case of 24 tins
$2.95
CRANBERRIES
Pound 29c
Closed Sundays and Holidays
HILL TOP MARKET
Telephone 2744
Mill City, Oregon