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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1954)
I»—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY. APRIL 8. 1951
GROWERS IN STATE
home in three good lots, Berrie>,
Ten cents per line each insertion.
fruit and garden.—H. E. Smith,
Competition will be keen for Oregon
13tf stiawberry growers and processors
Phone 1406. Mill City.
No advertisement accepted for less FOR REN T—Furnished
three room apartments. Phone 1707.
than 50 cents per week.
this year, says D. M. Thomas, arig-
D. B. Hill, Mill Citv.
tf RESTAURANT FOR SALE Just re cultural economist at Oregon Stat«1
decorated. Doing good business. Lo
Count five words to the line in
Efficient production and
cated in Oddfellow Building in Mill
ordering your ad. Phone 2651, Mill FOR RENT—Furnished 2 bedroom
cited as the key to stay
duplex. Electric range, water heat
City. Inquire at Mom & Pop’s Cafe.
City or mail your advertisement to
12tf ing business.
er, refrigerator, automatic washer.
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,
Acreage on the West Coast is ex
In Mill City. Contact by mail: H. C.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Mill City pected to be a shade smaller than
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
Hotel, easy terms. See L. A. Rada, during 1953 but production could be
ete. wiH be run under ‘‘Special An
Mill City, Oregon.
8tf large, Thomas reported in the latest
nouncements” classification with a FOR RENT — Kitchenette
ments. Inquire at Thiel’s Sture,
issue of the “Agricultural Situation
minimum charge of 50 cents per in
17 HOME FOR SALE—five rooms, hard and Outlook’ circular published by
Lyons. Phone Lyons 234.
wood floors, 100x117 foot lot. Will OSC. A reduction of 1400 acres is in
sell for $4,500 with $1,500 down. G. dicated for Oregon in 1954. This will
I. loan payable at $45 per month. Will be partially offset by an inciease of;
take late mode) house trader for 1000 acres in California. No change
FOR SALE or EXCHANGE—West-
WE SELL BETTER
pait payment. Earl Ragsdale, box is anticipated for Washington.
inghouse refrigerator. Perfect con
456, Phone 302 Mill City.
CARS FOR LESS
“Trends in acreage suggest that
dition. Cash or steer calves or old
er, or Jersey or Guernsey heifer, j HOUSES FOR SALE — See Don recent prices have been more attractive
fresh now or to freshen soon. Din
Walker, Swift Addition, Mill City. to California growers than they have
ette table and 4 chairs; Brunswick
5tfc bee in Oiegon and other important
strawberry states,” Thomas explains.
ladio: for Hampshire hens or wean-
California's acreage increase could
er pigs. George Cree, Phone 924 FOR SALE 100x250 foot lot in Riv
erview addition to Mill City. In result in a West Coast crop 10 percent
quire at Mom and Pop’s Cafe, Mill greater, he adds, if yields hold to 1953
FOR SALE—Biltwell teal blue dav
6tf levels. California’s yields are much
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
enport and chair. Fine quality
higher that Oregon’s, the economist |
frieze. Can be sen at McCarthy FOR SALE—2 bed) oom home. Couhl points out.
easily be made three. Double plumb
Furniture in Mill City.—Mrs. Ione
Competition from other fruits and
ing, good location with acreage.
leveling-off in consumer incomes are
Garden soil and shade trees. Pos
apt to have adverse effects on the
FOR SALE—6x9 and 12x18 all wool
sible business location on highway.
pureha-erses of packaged strawberr
grey frieze broadloom rugs and
Low price, small down payment,
ations during a single week will be’
Linn County Cleanup
ies. the economist reports.
pads. Like new, used only a few
balance like rent. Also have large
Supplies of frozen fruits in the na From May 3 to 8 says Arnold effective in making Linn county’s
months. Will sell at big reduction.
lots for sale. E. 1). Cooke. S. W. Sth
rural and urban areas more attrac
tion’s cold storage warehouses on
Call The Enterprise 2651 or Don
avenue, Mill City.
The week of May 3-8 has,been des tive. A major object in the campaign
February 1 were about a fourth larg
Moffatt residence at 905. Mill City.
er than a year earlier. However, ignated as clean-up week in Linn is to eliminate unsightly trash along
out-of-storage movement during Jan county, says Karl Arnold, Rt.. 1, Al public roads and highways.
FOR SALE—Like new propane gas
Glen Shelton, Broker
Members of Arnold’s committee are
uary was two-thirds greater than bany, chairman of Linn county clean
water heater. Inquire at The En
• Every prescription en
West side Mil) City
Ph. 2207 during the same month a year earlier. up week committee.
Alvin Carnegie, Rt. 3, Albany; Mayor
trusted to us is compounded as
Last year’s program in concentra Elmer Fitzgerald, Ix'banon;
Should this continue during the next
SALE — Small, three-room
though our reputation rested
FOR SALE—Simmons Hide-A-Bed. FOR
three months, carry-over at the start ting toward a county-wide clean-up Ben Fisher, Brownsville; Mrs. L. M
house and lot in Shaw’s addition to
upon the accuracy and quality
Just like new. Cost $300. Sell for
of the 1954 season will be smaller program was so successful that the Larimer, Scio; Mrs. John Hatfield.
Mill City. Will sell cheap. Inquire
less and on terms too.—Call at The
committee has decided to make it an Lesbanon; W. A.
of that prescription alore. And
Woodard, Rt. 3,
than last spring.
at Mom and Pop’s Cafe, Mill City.
Enterprise office or phone 905.
Roland Groder, OSC agricultural annual event. The slogan of the com Albany; Mayor Eugene Ellis. Sweet
it does! That is why we use only
FOR SALE—Late model electric
economist, reports that during 1953, mittee is “Make Linn County Clean.” Home; Mrs. Marion Goar, Scio; and
fresh, potent drugs; double
The committee is asking all city O. Mikesell, county extension agent.
the Pacific Coast states produced
check every step for accuracy.
range. Three burner with deep well
governments, chamber of commerces,
cooker, clock, automatic timer.-—E.
If you seek prescriptions com
berries. Oregon supplied about 15 civic clubs, Granges, Faimers Unions,
D. Cooke, S. W. 8th Avenue, Mill
pounded with the utmost care,
FOR SALE—25 foot, 1941 Superior percent of the national supply and Farm Bureau Centers, garden clubs, MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
4-H clubs, Future Farmers Chapters.
we invite your patronage.
Trailer House. The Master Built California, 32 percent.
Coach. Very good condition. S. E.
Oregon growers sold 96 percent of Boy Scouts, community clubs and When you need
Kingwood and 3rd.—J. H. Hersh their production to processors and similar groups to declare May 3 to 8 as
clean-up week, and sponsor clean-up
berger, P. O. Box 496, Mill City. 15p California sold 60 percent.
P R I N T I N G
activities during that period.
SEE ME for AVON products. Mrs.
Arnold points out that concentrated
W. S. Hunter, Phone 3577, Mill Annual Fish Liberation
effort by a laige number of organi-
9tf Activities Under Wav
Oregon State Fish
I WILL PAY up to $125 for Colt Re
crews have started the annual fish
volvers weighing four pounds. Hugh
liberation activities. At present, six
Husted, Box 3, Mehama, Oregon.
trucks are in operation and shortly
Garbage, asbes. trimmings, etc.
three more will be added to the rolling ,
weekly nickups $1.50 ncr month
Also light hauling
FOR SALE 1 Jersey and Red Polled stock.
Thus far, approximately
cow and calf.—Peter A. Etzel, Rt.
1, Box 235, Stayton, Oregon.
14p fish have been liberated. Plantings
BASSETT'S WELDING SHOP
have included silver salmon, steel- I
WANT TO BUY TIMBER i head, and chinook salmon which have
i been planted in the coa-tal strums
Small or large tracts
and all of which have been marked for
Either cash or stumpage basis
Store at Lyons
The crews are now releasing trout
■ H mile west of Mehama, Oregon 3tf in coastal lakes, and beginning next ,
$5 REWARD wil be given for the re week, trout will be released in the.
turn of my wrist watch lost some- streams of the area. Also, next week
wheie in Mill City. Watch has Swiss trucks form the Leaburg hatchery on 1
movement, and is shock proof. C. E. the McKenzie river will start hauling
Open daily 2 p. m. to 8 p. m.
DeFrates. May be left at Enter to Willamette valley reservoirs, and
Open Sundays 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.
14p the Oak Springs hatchery near Mau
pin will start sending fish to various
MILL CITY, OREGON
WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled parts of eastern Oregon. In addition «
We have a brand new line of
Douglas fir poles, delivered to to these liberations of legal size trout,
ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR CAR
Lyons yard. For further informa kokanee fry will stocked in several of
tion call or write Allen Gould. 1424 the lakes, and some stocking of finger- ■
1••• va first for . . .
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5745,
ling-sized rainbow and cutthroat |
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
trout will be carried out in coastal
SERVICE STATION &
CHILD CARE and LAUNDRY WORK waters.
Rieno Kosi, liberation biologist for
TR A ILE R COURT
—Care of child, my home, 25c per
ÀPP l IANCE SERVICE
used in both
hour. $1.50 by day. Wash or dry the game commission, listed the fol-1
Phone 903 — MI LL CITY
clothes, automatic machines. Iron lowing tenative schedules of releases I
ing 50c an hour. Telephone 924, Mill of catchable-size fish to be carried on
14 I during the coming year.:
TIRES and BATTERIES
FOR SALE—Boys’ tan dreas suit, like
Also Complete Service
new. Size 10-12. $12.00—Phone Mill
on all makes
Ranges and Water Heaters
Through the marking of many of
Top prices for Second Growth
these fish, the commission is attemp
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO. ting to gather as to their whereabouts
% west of Mehama. Oregon
51tf after release. Any sportsman catch
makes tars ride sober, smoother
ing marked fish can aid the commis
STAYTON YOU CAN still cook for $1.50 per sion in sending in a report contain
• . . better than ever before
month on a modern automatic pro ing full details regarding the catch.
pane range; clean, fast, dependable.
New, different . . . almost like
Call Sam Bridges, Lyons, 295; (also
riding on a cloud New cold rub
heating, water heaters, refrigerat-
ber has tremendous endurance
tion, brooders and Norge appli
. . tread ia rugged, tough and
deep . . every inch of tile flat
tread rid«*« the road . . tires wear
STUD LOGS WANTED SEE US when in need of T. V. An
Phone Stayton (Wright Truck Line) 2125
evenly, slowly. The not« bed edges
tennas and supplies. We handle a
8 foot stud logs or multiples of 8
of the anw-toothed trend pattern
complete line of Philco television
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
feet plus trim. Six inch 16 inch
bite-through ski«I producing road
film . . . grab the road . . . atop
Appliance Co. Phone 3207 Mill
the car! Out perform
BURK LAND LUMBER CO. and
EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION
pre-war tires by a
Turner or 2-7826 Salem.
46tf i TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma
chines. We sell, rant, repair and
Contracting and Rental
swan all make« Trade vour old
Qaality Job Printing at
Conventional Type Tire
mai-hine towards a new one.
The Mill City Enterprise
ROEN, 456 Court St.. Salem.
...M MfOosd/ag, errephaaol ve/«*...maz«mvni safety and asifeage
Capitol Drug Co
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Gooch Logging Supply
"Everything hr toe Logger'
TOUGH, RUGGED COED
Sawmill LOGS WANTED
Sh ux Electric
Salem Sand & Gravel Co
When you come here you can be assured of good
treatment in a pleasant atmosphere. Make it a
habit to visit us daily.
Meet your friends here for the
Best In Beverages
WHERE FRIENDS MEET
On Highway 222. Linn County Side
MILL CITY, OREGON
George “Sparky” Hitter
Safety-bonded cord . . maximum resistance to rupture« and
blow outa . . . maximum grip on wet, slick roads . . »»op moat
«kids before they start New, «old rubber drliverx t l>«>imands
more of safe miles than ordinary tire«. Sho- k >«I'«orbing
body . . extra internal tire anfety . . . huakv sbouki •r butt.esa
improves tire stability . . . keen •«..,«-« of tread
pattern their way for assured wnae of car coi i >1.
Santiam Farmers Co-op
Grinding and Mixing
Custom ( leaning
STAYTON, OR EGO