The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, March 04, 1954, Page 7, Image 7

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    7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. MARCH 4. 1954
Home Appliances
CLASSIFIED RATES
for Rent
Ten cents per line each insertion.
SPINET PIANO Sacrifice for quick
No advertisement accepted for less FOR RENT—Two 2-bedroom apart­
sale. Cash or terms. Can be seen
than 50 cents per week.
ments, 1 furnished, 1 unfurnished.—
in Mill City. Write Tailman Piano
Count five words to the line in
Chuck’s Fine Foods, east of Gates.
Stores, 915 S. W. 9th, Portland 10
•rdering your ad. Phone 2651, Mill
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City or mail your advertisement to
Ix'^al Notices
The MM1 City Enterprise. Mil) City, FOR R E N T—Furnished two and
Oregon.
three room apartments. Phone 1707.
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
D B. Hill. Mill Citv.
tf NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
No. 15,486
etc. will be run under “Special An­
I have filed my Final Account m
nouncements” classification with a FOR RENT—Funished one-bedroom
apartments. Stewart's Apartments. the estate of James B. Love, deceased,
minimum charge of 50 cents per in­
Phone 4407, Mill City.
8tf with the County Clerk of Marion
sertion.
FOR RENT—Two bedroom house on County, Oregon and the court has set
Real Estate
Kingwood road. Has electric stove, the 20th day of March 1954, at 10
water heater and oil heater. $30.00 o'clock A. M. and the circuit co’urt
FOR SALE OR TRADE - Mill City
per month. Hilltop Market, Mill room as the time and place for hear­
Hotel, easy terms. See L. A. Rada,
City.
.
9tf ing objections thereto and the settle­
ment of said estate.
Mill City, Oregon.
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IONE LOVE THIELKE,
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bedroom
Executrix of the Estate of
HOUSES FOR SALE — See Don
duplex. Electric range, water heat­
James B. Love, deceased.
Walker, Swift Addition, Mill City.
er, refrigerator, automatic washer. I
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In Mill City. Contact by mail: H. C. BELL & DEVERS,
Baltimore, Star Route. Redmond. 9tf i Stayton, Oi egon.
FOR SALE—100x250 foot lot in Riv­
Attys for Exec.
F18-25-M4-11-1S
erview addition to Mill City. In­
SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING
quire at Mom and Pop « Cafe, Mill
Business Services
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in
City.
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SEE US when in need of T. V. An- compliance with Section 111-831, O.
F OR
SALE — Small, three-room
tennas and supplies. We handle a (’. L. A., to the legal voters of «School
house and lot in Shaw’s addition to
complete line of Philco television , District No. 129J, of Linn-Marion
Mill City. Will sell cheap. Inquire
sets. See us first. Stiffler Radio | Counties, State of Oregon, that a
at Mom and Pop’s Cafe, Mill City.' and Appliance Co. Phone 3207 Mill SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING of
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City.
ltf said District will be held at the School­
house, on the 29th day of March, 1954,
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma at 2-until 9 o clock in the afternoon,
REAL ESTATE
chines.
We
sell.
rent,
repair
an.'
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ONE BEDROOM HOUSE on 1 acre.
swan all makes. Trade vour old for the following objects: to vote on
full basement. $1,006 down.
machine towards a new one.
»1 the question of consolidating school
NEW TWO BEDROOM, beautiful lot.
ROEN. 456 Cour* St. Salem districts No. 21J, 123J, and 129J
$1,000 down.
lespectively, Linn and Marion Coun­
CENTRALLY LOCATED 2 bedroom
ties, Oiegon. The assets and liabili­
.Miscellaneous
with fireplace. $1 000 down.
ties of each district are to become the
THREE BEDROOM. Picture window,
assets and liabilities of the consoli­
SEE ME for AVON products. Mrs. dated district.
fireplace. $1,000 down.
SOME FINE small acreage places, 1 i W. F. Hunter, Phone 3577, Mill. Dated this 29th day of February,
City.
9tf 1954.
to 40 acres.
WE HAVE a varied listing to meet FOR SALE 800-15 Fit estone tire and
W. E. DOWNING,
almost any need or terms.
County Commissioner
Tube mounted on Buick wheel. Sell
LIST WITH US, we are getting lots
FLOYD D. JENKS,
all for $12.00—Richfield Service'
of calls now. We need acreages.
County Commissioner
Station, Mehama, Oregon.
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C. E. Coville, Broker
WANTED —One deer rifle, two air Attest:
E. G. ARNOLD, County Judge.
Glen Shelton, Salesman
mattresses, two sleeping bags.port- W. H. DOLMYER, Co. Superintendent
West side Mill City
Ph. 2207
able typewriter.
Apple
Cidei
Publish March 4-11-18-25.
Press. Don Matthews, 822 So. Chi­
FOR SALE—All modern 3 bedroom
cago St., Albany, Oregon
9p NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL
home on three lots. Located in
ELECTION
Mill City. Reasonable down pay­ FOR SALE Male Cockers, eligible State of Oregon
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ment. Phone 1406 or 2651.
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)ss
A. K. C. Can be seen at the fog County of Linn
house behind Silver Saddle in River­ School District No. 129-J
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Opportunity is what opens the door
NOTICE
GIVEN HEREBY
view addition. Mill City.
for you, but it takes hard work to stay
on the inside.
WANTED TIMBER
that, at a special school district elec-1
t’on hereby called, to be held~at the
schoolhouse in Mill City, in and for
School District No. 129-j of Linn and
Marion Counties, Oregon, on the 15th
day of March, 1954, A. D., between
the hours of 2:00 P. M and 8:00 P,
M., Pacific Standard Time, there will
be submitted to the legal voters of
said district the question of:
“Shall the sum of $1*0,000.00 of
the unexpended and unappropri­
ated moneys on hand be appro­
priated as a special fund to ac­
quire sites, build, improve, and
equip buildings and grounds in
said district?”
The vote on said question shall be
by ballot, upon which shall be the
words “Appropriation
Yes” and
“Appropriation
No’’; and the
voter shall pitice a cross (X) between
the work “Appropriation” and the
word “Yes,” or between the word
“Appropriation’' and the word “No,”
whichever indicates his choise.
The polls for the reception of the
ballots cast for or against the appro­
priation of said moneys will, on said
day and date, and at the place afore­
said, be opened at the hour of 2:00 P.
M., Pacific Standard Time, and shall
remain open until the hour of 8:0tr
P. M., Pacific Standard Time, of the
same day at which hour the polls
shall be closed.
Notice of this election shall be given
by publication in The Mill City Enter­
prise, a newspaper published in Mill
City in said distiict and of general cir­
culation therein, for three (3) suc­
cessive weeks, the date of the first
publication shall be February 18,
1954, and the last March 11, 1954.
By order of the District School
Board of School District No. 129-J of
Linn and Marion Counties, Oregon
made this 16th day of February, 1954,
A. D.
Signed R. F. KELLY.
Chairman, District School Board,
School District No. 129-J, Linn
and Marion Counties, Oregon.
Attest:
Signed EDNA F. ROSS,
District Clerk.
MILL CITY
DISPOSAL SERVICE
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
weekly pickups $1.50 ner month
Also light hauling
Leonard Herman
Phone 3952
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
SALEM
Ha- Everything for Your
OFFICE NEEDS
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
141 N. Commercial Street
Phone 3-4534
Hemorrhoids
-PUIS”
Prolapse1'
No Operation—No Hospitaliiation
CONVENIENT CREDIT
FREE DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET
DR. R. RCYNOLDS CLINIC
NATUROPATH—PROCTC' ~'’T
1144 Center Street
Salem, Oregon
Spring-Time Bargains
10cto 49c
FLOWER POTS
HYPONEX PLANT FOOD—
To make your plants grow
10cand 25c
OIL PAINTING SETS—
Canvas. Brushes, Paints
98c
(Be a Grandma Moses)
$1.79
TEXTILE PAINT SETS—
Colors, Brushes, Instructions
Paint Designs on all Fabrics
MILL CITY VARIETY
HUGH and ALICE WALKUP, Props
MILL CITY. ORE.
Fanns with Timber—Sawmills
L. E. KLUMPP
3055 Portland Rd. Salem, Ore.
YOU CAN still cook for $1.50 per
month on a modern automatic pro­
pane raniA«: clean, fast, dependable.
Call Sam Bridges, Lyons. 295; (also
heating, water heaters, refiigerat-
tion, brooders and Norge appli­
ances.
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FOR SALE Boys’ tan dress suit, like
new. Size 10-12. 312.00— Phone Mill
City 2651.
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W a NTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
Douglas fir roles, delivered to
Lynns yard. For further informa­
tion call or write Allen Gould. 1424
Filbert \ve.. .Lebanon. phone 5745.
We pride ourselves on excellent ser­
Puge' Timber Co. of Oregon 24tf
vice, but occasionally have to
make an exception.
WANT TO BUY TIMBER
Silver Saddle
SERVICE STATION &
TRAILER COURT
Phone 903 — MILL CITY
GATES
TIRES and BATTERIES
AUTO SUPPLIES
Small or large tracts
Either cash or stumpage basis
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO.
Vz mile west of Mehama, Oregon 3tf
Sawmill LOGS WANTED
Top prices for Second Growth
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO.
>■> west of Mehama, Oregon
51 tf
STUD LOGS WANTED
Ask for
8 foot stud logs or multiples of 8
feet plus trim. Six inch 16 inch
diameter.
BURKLAND LUMBER CO.
Phone Turner 1125
Evenings 2503
Turner or 2-7826 Salem.
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Correct your faults by observing
those found in others.
Salem Sand & Gravel Co.
HEAVY HAULING
Phone Stay ton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
Contracting and Rental
■«SUR»*'1
HEW POWER BRAKES* now available on Ford Pickup
(shown) and all "’/i-ton" models! You save on driving
effort—your stopping is up to oni-fourth aasiar!
No other truck line
has the mighty
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Mightiest tontentrotion of
power per cubic inch
ever in any
trvtk engine
lino!
FORDTRUCKS
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NEW
Overheod Volveil
NEW
High (•mpressUtil
Ph. SALEM
Day 3-9408
Nite 2-4400
When you come here you can be assured of good
treatment in a pleasant atmosphere. Make it a
habit to visit us daily.
NEW
low F iictiou !
MW FORO CAI FOOWARO model.' New C-6OO
Idsownl New C-000, 55,000 lb. GCW, bout.
35-*. legal hm* Waiter. bf every Stotel New
Dneenred Cob. Full-w.d* watt
SHUFFLEBOARD
Meet your friends here for the
Bent In Beverages
BILL” GRAB \M. Owner
MOW! FORDOMATIC OR IVI * evo liable in oW Ford '/a-,
%• ond 1-ton models for ’54. Fully automatic—no*
clutching, no manual shlftingl Save time, energy*'
Model F 250 (shown), GVW 6,900 lbs.
concents - lion of power
LES’S TAVERN
GOOD MUSK
HEW POWER STEERING* available on most BIG 1OR
modelli Cuts steering effort as much os 75%. F 900
(shewn), GVW 27,000 lbs., GCW 55,000 Ib». ■
NOW! FORDOMATIC DRIVE* ovailoble For Ford Seriei
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.VOW .’ lOKIt give« you new greater power
with proerd gax economy, too! Tile«*
■mailer-displacement engine* that
lea* gas are now yourg in ALL Ford's
than 220 truck model«!
TRIPLE ECONOMY!
New economy under tlie hood! New Ford
Driuerued Cab« keep drivers fresh—boost
operating economy! With new Ford factory-
built tandem axle 6-wheelers, Ford give*
you economy of greater capacilie»!
HERROLO - PHILIPPI MOTOR CO
STAYTON, OREGON
MILL CITY, OREGON