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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
Are waiting here for the Manufacturer and
From the East can find no better place to
settle and make a home
Estacada is the young City at the end of the O. \V. P. & Ry Co’s railroad 36 miles
Southeast of Portland. It is in the midst of a rich farming, stock raising and fruit
country. Healthy and pleasant climate, 500 feet higher than Portland. Unlimited
A 15,000 horse-power electric plant is building near 'by, a wood
working factory is just complete 1, and the best of opportunities awaite numerous
other manufacturing industries. Five country sawmills and planers affort lumber
at reasonable prices.
Land near by is rich, fertil and productive and sells at the
right price. The city has a fine water system, and fire protection, telephone service
and an electric light plant owned by the railway company.
This is the first place
that homeseekers, business men and manufacturers should investgate.
Lots in this new city
For sale by the
Oregon Water Power Townsite Co.
134 First St. Portland, Oregon