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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1955)
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE I
Till RSDAV. NOVEMBER 10, 1955
CLASSIFIED RATES JOS. DEVERS REAL ESTATE
W. R. Hutsheson, Salesman
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
etc. will be run under "Special An- Phone 4515
inuncements” classification with a
mnimuni charge of 50 cents per in-
house in Mill Cty. Large ! living
room. Fireplace. Good location.
Count five words to the line in I
Write P. O. Box 627, Mill City for
srdenng your ad. Phone 2651, Mill
City or mail your advertisement to
The Mil) City Enterprise, Mill City. I
'•n cents per line each insertion.;
Glen Shelton, Broker
No advertisement accepted for less West aide Will City
ban 50 cents per week.
SEE US when in need of T. V. An
tennas and supplies. We handle a
complete line of Philco television
sets. 3179 and up. Stiffler Radio
and Appliance Co. Phone 3207 Mill
UNFINISHED FURNITURE and
Used Furniture Bargains. We give
Penny Saver Stamps. Phone 6804, 1
367rd St., Stayton.
FOR RENT Two bedroom modern
Arey Podrabskv, Phone 5972,
HEAVY II U LING
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
in business district.—Nita Horner
Mill City. Phone 6142.
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
EXCAVATION anti CONSTRUCTION
»-TON MOBILE CRANE
CONTRACTING AND RENTAL
FOR RENT OR SALE—Furnished
house and one unfurnished house.
C. M. Cline. 304 N. E. Alder. 44tf
FOR RENT—Furnished two-bedroom
house, inquire at Gates Laundry. 45q
Read the Ads in The Enterprise
FOR RENT Furnished one and two
bedroom apartments, 350 and up
per month. See Chuck’s Fine
NOTICE—Will the person or persons
Foods, Phone 5822PO. East
who picked up a yellow Persian
Gates on Highway 22.
kitten, answering to the name of
Fluffy, please return it to Mom FOR RENT—Hospital beds and mat
& Pop’s Cafe.
tresses. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
FOR SALE—Wriger type washing
We give Penny Saver Stimps. 367
3rd St. Stayton. Phone 6804. 33tf
machine and portable utility tubs.
—Mrs. Richard Parker, Gates. 45
FOR RENT—One bedroom party
furnished house between Mill City
FIREWOOD FOR SALE Wood from
and Gates. Chuck’s Fine Footie, ,
M & M plant at Lyons. Core wood
East of Gates. Phone Mill City
or log ends. Two or more cords,
per cord.—Write Alden
Cook, Post Office Box 163, Lyons FOR RENT—Two bedroom house on
N. W. Alder street. Inquire at 796
N. W. Alder, Mill City.
Dr. Leslie J. Carson
in a hurry for your car or truck.
SERVICE STATION &
Phone 903, Mill City.
TIRES and BATTERIES
t hi west of Mehama. Oregon
Monday through Saturday
9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Except Wednesday morning
We are now open full time at
530 Third Street, Stayton
MEHAMA GARDENS will be open
until Thanksgiving. Broccoli, Dan
ish and Sweet Meat Squash, Brus-
sell Sprouts, Gem Spuds, Carrots,
Turnips and Cabbage. Store and
freeze now for winter. One half
mile west of Mehama on old High-
way. Phone UL 9-2484
Viv's Steak House
Top prices paid. Six inch to 50 inch
diameters in sight foot, or multi
ples of eight feet. we alto buy
H. L. Ashby
Shell Oil Distributor
Phone 684 or 5934
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, eu
weeldv pickups 31.50 ner month
Also light hauling
I LL BE GLAD TO
Mill City , BURKLAND
I Phone Turner 1125: Evenings phone
1 Turner 2502 or Salem 27826.
FRESH VEGETABLES—Gem spuds
now ready for storing. No. l’s
32.50 per sack; comb, l’s and 2’s,
32.00 per sack; No. 2’s 50 pounds,
75c; turnips, carrots, pickling
hours, 3 to 8 p. m. Monday «nd
Friday. All day Saturday and Sun
day. Phone Lyons ULrick 9-2484
Open 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Frigidaire automatic washer, 3100.
Bendix electric clothes dryer, $100
| Remember, 90 percent of the food
i cooked in America is cooked on gas.
I If there is a bargain left in these
days of high living, it Is a gallon of
L.P. gas (for 21c).—GAS HEAT of
[ LYONS, Lyons, Oregon.
MEN TO TRAIN
Watch for Bargains
Then give us the go-
ahead sign and we’ll
see that you have a
continual supply of
SHELL HEATING Ol
all winter long. You
can't buy a better fuel
oil. Call right now.
Top prices for Second Growth
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO.
Fill up Today
Sawmill LOGS WANTED
FOR REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
Age 21 to 60. Must be resident of this county two or more
years. Competant appraisers receive $325 to $400 per
month. Farm experience valuable.
Write Box 348, Mill City Enterprise.
WANT TO BUY TIMBER
Small or large trace*
Either cash or stumpage basis
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO.
H mile weet of Mehama. Oregon 3tf
Add That Extra
OFFICE FURNITURE and equip
ment. typewriters, adding machine».,
calculators, cash registers, duplicat
ors, safes, filing equipment. We sell,
rent, swap and repair. Bargains in
used machines. Roen Typewriter
Exchange, 456 Court St., Salem, tf
WANTED—Part-time office assist
ant with bookkeeping experience.
For particulars call The
City Enterprise office.
THE MILL CITY
Entered a.« second class matter No
vember 10, 1944 at the post office at
Mill CUy, Oregon, trader the Act of
March 3. 1879.
When they w»nt *n angel food cake for
the church bazaar, Mra. Turner ia apt to
be aaked to bake it. She almoat alwaya
responds to such requests with a simple,
’ I’ll be glad to."
If you ask people about Mra Turner, they
will tell you that the it one of the happiest
women in town. Yet not to long ago she wat
feeling pretty sorry for hartelf. Life teemed
tuch a humdrum affair. A* an accomplished
musician, the had had dreamt of the concert
ttage, but marriage and children had changed
all that. Somehow it didn't seem fair!
Then one Sunday, a friend persuaded her to go
to church. The sermon happened to be about the
ingredient* that make a full and happy life. The
things the minister said atruck home, and the next
Sunday she found herself back in church again.
Then one Sunday Mr. Turner went along, and
next, the youngsters.
Now Mr* Turner is Still “just a housewife,”
but is she dissatisfied with her role? Look st her
face, and tee for yourself! It took the Church
to show her that she already possessed all the
tools needed for fulfillment and happinese, if
she would but use them. Now, the does.
THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . .
ALL FOR THE CHURCH
The Church is the greatest fac
tor on earth tor the building of
character and good citizenship It
is a storehouse of spiritual values
Without a strong Church neither
democracy nor civilization can
There are four sound
reasons why every person should
attend services regularly and sup
port the Church
They are (|)
Tor h>s own sok>
(2) For h,t
children > take (J) For the >oke
of his community and nation (4;
For the lake of the Church Hsalt
which need* his moral and mo
Plan Io go to
church regularly and read your
Pay Nothing Down
Thia Serie« of Ada la Sporwured by the Following Firma in Interrai ot
as little as 720.76 monthly!
If your family has outgrown your 2-bedroom home NOW”S
THE TIME TO ADD A ROOM. You pay nothing down
as little as $20.76 per month. We supply the plans and
materials. You can do the job yourself, or we’ll be glad to
recommend a competent craftsman. Here's your oppor
tunity to give your growing family the room and privacy
everyone needs, and all for as little as $20.76 per month.
Come in tomorrow, and let us get you started toward
MORE COMFORTABLE LIVING.
KELLY LUMBER SALES
Authorized Shop Smith Dealer
East Mill City Limits, Highway 22
MILL CITY PHARMACY
Per Tear Marlon-Lhtn Countiea 32->0
Outside Marion-Linn Countiea 33.M
Telephone« 2651 or *05
DON W. MOFFATT Editor-Publisher
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