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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1954)
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I\ ES—Address advertising
No advertisement accepted for less
postcards. Must have good hand
than 50 cents per week.
writing. LINDO, Watertown, Mass.
Count five words to the line in
ordering your ad. Phone 2651, Mill
City or mail your advertisement to LADIES—Earn extra cash by ad
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,
dressing advertising postals at
home. Write, Vali Co., Box 1042,
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
etc. will be run under ‘‘Special An
nouncements” classification with a W anted TO BUY — Clean peeled
minimum charge of 50 cents per in
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
FOR SALE—Small oil circulating
heater in good condition. Wm. Mc
Coy, Mill City. Phone 6524.
WOOD FURNACE for sale. Good
condition, $25. Was replaced by oil
furnace in the new Mehama church.
Call Mill City 971,
LOTS FOR SALE—Cash or terms,
small monthly payment. For ap
pointment phone 924, George Cree,
Old Highway, West. Linn Coun-
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C. E. Coville, Broker
Glen Shelton, Salesman
West side Mill City
WILL TAKE good house trailer as
down payment on house and lot in
Mill City, Oregon, Address Milo E.
Smith, Rt. 4, Box 341, Vancouver,
Wash., phone OXB-0527.
SEE US w'hen in need of T. V. An
tennas and supplies. We handle a
complete line of Philco televisioA
sets. See us first. Stiffler Radio
and Appliance Co. Phone 3207 Mill
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma-
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
swap all makes. Trade vour old
machine towards a new one.
ROEN. 456 Court St.. Salem.
NOTICE OF HEARING
‘—THE MILL CITY IX II RI’RISI Till RSDAY, JANI \RY
By order of the County Court of
Linn County, Oiegon. issued Decem
REPORT OF CONDITION OF MILL CITY STATE RANK
ber 22, 1953, notice is hereby given
of Mill City in the State of Oregon
that on Thursday, Januaiy 28,
at the close of business on December 31, 1953
1953, at 3p 10:00
of said day in the County Court Room
Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances,
n the Court House at Albany, Ore
and cash items in process of collection.
gon, a hearing will be held on the
States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,069,879.38
proposed formation of a rural fire
Obligations of States ami political subdivisions
protection district to be known as the
Loans and discounts (including $377.36 overdrafts)
Lyons Rural Fire Protection District,
Bank premises owned $29,904.39, furniture and fixture-
the exterior boundaries of which are
Beginning at the Northwest corner
of the Southwest
of Section 21, T. 9
S. , R. 1 E. of Willamette Meridan in
PIANO BARGAINS- Jan. special-. Linn County, Oregon; and running
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, anil corporations 899,058.13
Slightly used Spinnets, $395, up. thence South U mile to the Northwest
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Schroeder small upright, $295. Good corner of the Southwest *« of the
Deposits of United States Government (including postal sav
practice pianos, $145 up. Guaran- Southwest *4 of said Section 21;
teed in good condition. Very easy thence East
mile; thence South 1
Deposits of States and political subdivisions
We take mile; thence East *4 mile; thence
Other deposits (certified and officers' cheeks, etc.)
pianos and band instruments in Southwesterly to a point on the North
trade. Day Music Co.. 808 S. E. line of the Nathan Turner’s Widow
Morrison, Portland, Ole.
(Mr. and Heirs D.L.C. No. 64 in T. 9 S„
!i*s Oregon. Patti I lame Throop
TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated
<>l Portland, adds her contri
4p R. 1 E., sa d point being the North
obligations shown below)
bution to the 1954 March ol
east corner of that certain tract of
Dimes. More -upiHirt than ever
Sawmill LOGS WANTED land conveyed
to Frank E. and Sylvia
before is needed in tin current
Top prices for Second Growth
A. Studnicka and described on Page
drive because of the costs ol the
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO. 341 of X olume 168 of Deed Records; new polio Prevention Program Surplus
of stepped-up gamma globulin
west of Mehama, Oregon 51tf thence West 40.15 chains to the North
supplies and massive testing ol
west corner of said Claim No. 64;
a polio vaccine during this sear.
thence S. 5 24’ W. along the West
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Good 2nd growth logs. Premium
paid for No. 2 logs 28 feet and the Southwest corner thereof; thence
This bank’s capital consists of Common stock «-¡th a total
longer. Also 8 foot stud logs or West to a point due North of the
par value of
multiples of 8 feet plus trim. 6 inch- Northwest corner of the Northeast *4
of Section 5, T. 10 S., R. 1 E; thence
16 inch diameter.
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
I South to the Northwest corner of the
BURKLANI) LUMBER CO. South */a of the Southeast *4 of said
and for other purposes ................_............. ...................... ....... $ 319,531.25-
I, D. B. Hill, President, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear or
Phone Turner 1125
Evenings 2503 Section 5; thence East to the center
Spending the Christmas holidays affirm that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly rep
Turner or 2-7826 Salem.
46tf of Thomas Creek; thence Easterly with the Ed Haynes family here were
resents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth,
up the center of said Thomas Creek
D. B. HILL.
DO YOU have weeds that are giving 5 miles, tnore or less, to the East line their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. to the best of my knowledge and belief.
and Mrs. Raymond Berry and son
Correct Attest: C. E. Mason, Mildred L. Allen, Frank Rada. Maxine Hill,
you trouble? Tell Paul Smith about of the Southwest
of Section 7, T. Donald, of Tillamook, and Mr. Hayne’s
it. He has a weed burner that will 10 S., R. 2 E.; thence North to the
get rid of them all. Burns guaran Northwest corner of the Southwest ’4
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of January, 1954.
teed satisfactory. Box 394, Mill of said Sec. 7; thence West to the Mjs. F. H. Haynes, of McMinnville.
D. B. HILL JR., Notary Public,
Northwest corner of the Southwest *4
My commission expires April 10, 1954.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Timms and I (Seal)
of said Sec. 7; thence North *2 mile son, Stanley, of Hermiston, visited
to the Northeast corner of Sec. 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick See The Mill City Enterprise for your Printing Needs
Wood and Sawing
T. 10 S„ R. 1 E.; thence West 11.37 Turpin, December 29 and 30.
WOOD FOR SALE—Maple, alder, chains to the East line of J. W. Jones Tims is the niece of Mr. Turpin.
any amount, any time. Lots of fire D. L. C. No. 45; thence North 10 links
place wood. Order length. George to the Northeast corner of the East
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walters and
Cree, Phone 924.
1 projection of said Claim 45; thence daughter, Toni Jo, spent Christmas
West 32.85 chains to the interior corn
er of said Claim No. 45; thence North day at the home of Mr. Walter’s
141 N. Commercial Rt.
56.60 chains to the Northeast corner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frank
Has Everything for Your
of the North projection of said Claim
Years with her brother-in-law and
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT No. 45; thence West 15.41 chains to | sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wagner and
We have filed our Final Account in
family at Mehama. Also a guest
the Estate of Harriette M. Reid, de T. 10 S., R. 1 E.; thence North to the there was Mr. Walter’s uncle, Wil
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
ceased, with the County Clerk of Mar North line of said Sec. 1; thence East liam Hoffart of Alberta, Canada.
ion County, Oregon, and the court has •'4 mile to the Northeast corner of said She had not seen him for 30 years.
set the 16 day of January, 1954, at Sec. 1; thence North 1*2 miles to the
9:15 o’clock A. M. and the circuit court Northwest corner of the Southwest *4
of Sec. 30, T. 9 S., R 2 E.; thence
room as the time and
East 1*4 miles to the Northeast corn-
ing objections thereto
'ertif the Northwest
of the South
ment of said estate.
For finer flavor in coilee
David W. Reid and John Warren west '4 of Section 29, T. 9 S., R. 2 E.:
Reid Joint Executors of the Estate of
88.48 chains to the West line of the
Harriette M. Reid, deceased.
Abraham Osborn D. L. C. No. 40,
Bell & Devers,
in T. 9 S., R. 2 E.; thence South to
the Southwest corner of said Claim
Attys, for Executors.
40; thence East 71.00 chains to the
First publication Dec. 17, 1953.
Southeast corner of said Claim 40;
Last publication Jan. 14, 1954.
thence South 6.15 chains to the South
line of Section 27, T. 9 S., R. 2 E;
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT thence East 134 miles to the South
We have filed our Final Account in east corner of Sec. 26, T. 9 S., R. 2
the Estate of David W. Reid, deceased, E. ; thence North to the center line
with the County Clerk of Marion of the North Santiam River; thence
County, Oregon, and the court has set Westerly down the center line of said
the 16 day of January, 1954, at 9:15 North Santiam River 10 miles, more
o’clock A. M. and the circuit court or less, to the West line of Sec. 21,
room as the time and place for hear T. 9 S., R. 1 E.; thence South to the
ing objections thereto and the settle place of beginning.
Dated December 28. 1953.
ment of said estate.
R. M. RUSSELL.
John Warren Reid and David
Reid Executators 6f the Estate
David W. Reid, deceased.
Bell & Devers,
Enterprise Class Ads Pay
Attys, for Estate.
Try One Today!
First publication Dec. 17, 1953.
Last publication Jan. 14,
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
FOR RENT—Furnished one-bedroom
apartments. Stewart’s Apartments.
Phone 4407, Mill City.
FOR REN T—Furnished two and
three room apartments. Phone 1707.
D. B. Hill. Mill Citv.
Wanted To Rent
W ANTED TO RENT—2 or 3 bedroom
unfurnished house — Phone 4542,
Mil), Rt. 1, Box 227, Lyons
FLORIST and NURSERY
. 319 West Washington Street.
OPEN SUNDAYS AND
I. G. A.
WE SELL BETTER
CARS FOR LESS!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of an Order duly entered in
Sta y ton
the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Marion, in
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
the Matter of the Estate of Bertha E.
Shepherd, deceased, the undersigned,
Harold J. Shepherd, was duly ap
pointed as administrator of said
first for . .7’ ’ " estate and has qualified as such. All
persons having claims against said
> estate are hereby required to present
same, together with the proper vouch
L. ARRUANCI service „a ers, to the undersigned administrator
at office of Bell & Devers, Stayton,j-
-pc:«d tj -. -ar C .
• focfory-Tra.nid E«p«rtl
Oregon within six months from the
in the Winter '
• G»nu.n. Hotpo.nt Porta
date of this notice.
Dated and first published this 24th
Also Complete Service
day of December, 1953.
This is a little far fetched, but
HAROLD J. SHEPHERD,
Administrator when you need a winter change-over
on all makes
BELL & DEVERS,
' come to us.
Ranges and Water Heaters Stayton, Oregon,
Attorneys for Administrator.
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Mill City Enterprise
Salem Sand & Gravel Co
Phone Stay ton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
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SERVICE STATION &
Phone 903 — MILL CITY
TIRES and BATTERIES
OA_ . 1
8 Pound Bar
Open Daily 8:00 A. M. to 7 :00 P. M
1 pound box
6 for $1.00
Get your FREE matinee
tickets with any purchase
at our store for all the
children of your family.
Show for this week
Edw ard G. Robinson
Closed Sundays and Holiday»
HILL TOP MARKET
Mill City, Oregon