The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, January 28, 1954, Page 7, Image 7

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    CLASSIFIED RATES
Real Estate
Ten cents per line each insertion.
No advertisement accepted for less
REAL ESTATE
than 50 cents per week.
C. E. Coville, Broker
Count five words to the line in
FLORIST and NURSERY ordering your ad. Phone 2651, Mill Glen Shelton, Salesman
City or mail your advertisement to, West side Mill City
Ph. 2207
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,'
. 319 West Washington Street..
FOR SALE BY’ OWNER—Three bed­
| Oregon.
room home on nice level 75x140 foot
OPEN SUNDAYS AND
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
lot, all in lawn, on N. W. river road.
EVENINGS
, etc. will be run under “Special An­
Electric water heater. This is a real
nouncements” classification with a
Telephone 6684
minimum charge of 50 cents per in- j bargain for someone who is handy
with carpenter tools and has time
sertion.
STAYTON, OREGON
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to work it over. Can be purchased
y
with very low down payment and
the balance cheaper than rent. See
Business Services
WE SELL BETTER
Don Moffatt at The Enterprise of­
fice in Mill City.
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CARS FOR LESS!
SEE US when in need of T. V. An­
tennas and supplies. We handle a
Hay
complete line of Philco television
sets. See us first. Stiffler Radio FOR SALE Baled Alta fescue hay,
salted. 40c and 70 per bale. Etzel
and Appliance Co. Phone 3207 Mill
City.
ltf' Brothers, Rt. 1, Box 234, Stayton.
Phone 141’71 or 16F84.
J2-3-4
Stayton
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma­
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
For Rent
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
swap all makes. Trade your old j
HOME!
machine towards a new one.
FOR RENT—2 bedroom house at
ROEN. 456 Court St.. Salem.
Little Sweden. See Oscar Nystrom
at Shell Service Station.
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l>egal Notices
S
Raleigh Harold
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of an Order duly entered in
the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Marion, in
the Matter of the Estate of Bertha E.
Shepherd, deceased, the undersigned,
Harold J. Shepherd, was duly ap­
pointed as administrator of said
estate and has qualified as such. All
persons having claims against said I
estate are hereby required to present
same, together with the proper vouch­
ers, to the undersigned administrator
at office of Bell & Devers, Stayton, ,
Oregon within six months from the
date of this notice.
Dated and first published this 24th
day of December, 1953.
HAROLD J. SHEPHERD,
Administrator |
BELL & DEVERS,
Stayton, Oregon,
Attorneys for Administrator.
GENE TEAGUE
CHEVROLET
Salem Sand & Gravel Co.
HEAVY HAULING
Phone Stayton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
Ph. SALEM
Day 3-9408
Nite 2-4400
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
Contracting and Rental
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FOR RENT—Partly furnished 2-bed-
room duplex. One block from grade
school. Phone 1242.
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FOR RENT—Furnished two and
three room apartments. Phone 1707.
D. B. Hill, Mill CitV.
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Miscellaneous
W anted 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
WHITIE’S
WANT TO BUY TIMBER
SANTIAM CAFE
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO.
Small or large tracts
Either cash or stumpage basis
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
OPEN AT 4 P. M. EVERY DAY
—Serving Your Favorite Cocktails
mile west of Mehama, Oregon 3tf
PIANO BARGAINS—Jan. specials.
Slightly used Spinnets, $395, up.
Schroeder small upright, $295. Good
practice pianos, $145 up. Guaran-
teed in good condition. Very easy
terms,
Free delivery. 1 We take
M W 4 0 1V1
pianos and band instruments
in
trade. Day Music Co.. 808 S. E.
Morrison, Portland, Ore.
( Mr.
4p
Cook.)
Sawmill LOGS WANTED
Top prices for Second Growth
Shuffleboard
Good Music
*z west of Mehama, Oregon
j MEANDER INN
Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
MILL CITY
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George “Sparky” Ditter
When you come here you can be assured of good
treatment in a pleasant atmosphere. Make it a
habit to visit us daily.
SHUFFLEBOARD
Meet your friends here for the
’ Good 2nd growth logs. Premium
paid for No. 2 logs 28 feat and
longer. Also 8 foot stud logs or
multiples of 8 feet plus trim. 6 inch-
16 inch diameter.
BURKLAND LUMBER CO:
1 Phone Turner 1125
Evenings 2503
j Turner or 2-7826 Salem.
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HAVEN’T THEY ALWAYS?
Statisticians say many women are
| getting men's pay nowadays—a fact
, married men have always known.
Best In Beverages
“BILL” GRAHAM, Owner
I
SALEM
Has Eeverything for Your
OFFICE NEEDS
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
141 N. Cofmerrial Street
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS
Notice is hereby given that March
1st is the last day on which to secure
your dog license from County Clerk
without paying a penalty. The lic­
ense fee is $2.00 for male and spayed
bitch dogs, and $3.00 for female dogs.
After March 1st a penalty if $2.00 will I
be charged with each license issued.
All pups are subject to license as soon
as they reach the age of 8 months. If
license is not procured before such
pups reach the age of 9 months the
penalty of $2.00 attaches.
PETE FIEDLER
Dog Catcher
J21-28-F-4-11-18-25
NOTICE
Personal property taxpayers are re­
quired to file an invoice as of January
1st, 1954, with the Assessor for an
assessment base. Assessment must be
filed on or before March 2, 1954. Pen­
alty provided after due date.
Truck and automobiles carrying
State license plates and furniture in
private homes are exempt.
Furniture in Hotels, Apartments
and Rooming Houses are subject to
taxation.
If you
have
not ivvvovu
received ail
an aODVOO-
assess-
,
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ment blank, please notify the Asses-
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sor’s Office.
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JOHN W. SHEPPARD.
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Linn County Assessor.
J 28;F4-ll-18-25
Enterprise Class Ads Pay
Try One Today!
FOR SALE—Close couple toilets $15;
Wash basins, $10; Two 75-gallon
propane water heaters, $115 each;
40-gallon propane water heater,
$60; Electric Washer, $150; Laun­
dry Trays, $10; Propane Dryer,
$125; Trailers $100. — Rainbow
Trailer Court.
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LOGS WANTED
LES’S TAVERN
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
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FOR SALE—1 1946 BG Cletrac, 1 D4
Caterpillar, 1 1)4 logging arch; 1
1945 Ford truck and dual axle trail­
er; 1 1947 Ford truck with dual axle
trailer; 1 lowboy trailer. Will sell
all for >9,500. John H. Cook, In­
quire at Gates postoffice.
5p
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GOOD MUSIC
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO.
See The Mill City Enterprise for your Printing Needs
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Kratt Vv
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Dinners, 4 pkgs
Spuds No ls’ 10 lbs 35c
Eggs
large» fresh ranch, doz.
5QC
Cake Flour, Fisher’s 2
25c
Nestles Instant Cocoal
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Yes Tissue
3(10 count
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FOR ALL YOU HAVE EVER WANTED
IN EXTRA SAFE LONG MILEAGE
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The GENERAL TIRE
We give the beat of Road Service,
Bat. it ia on wheel«, we can move it.
with New NYGEN Cord
Silver Saddle
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“Saving YOUR Tires Is OUR Business”
MEHAMA, OREGON
PHONE: LYONS 143
Ken-I.-Ration
cans
SKRVICE STATION &
TRAILER COURT
Phone M3
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MILL CITY
GATES
TIRES and BATTERIES
AUTO SUPPLIES
A»k <»'
Philippi Tire Service
Dog Food
Heinz Catsup
2 bottles 49c
Crackers
Sardines Oval
With tomato sauce Can
29^
Open
•0 A. M. to 7:00 P. M
lb. box
Sunshine Krispy
White, Chocolate, Yellow
S« an^dow n Cake Mix 3
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$1
Closed Sunday
HILL TOP MARKET
Telephone 2744
Mill City, O.^ton