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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1915)
$ 10.00 in Gold Prizes
For the best short Company Nam e - $5.00
' For the best short Slogan - $5.00
Both to embody as far as possible the following ideas regarding the
T o be emblematic and typical of this locality.
T o imply first class goods only.
Guaranteeing prompt and efficient service.
Prices defying foreign competition.
Stock to consist of complete lines not represented here now.
Aiming to supply the needs of the people.
T o keep the home money in local circulation.
T o build up Eastern Clackamas county.
It will be “ your store and your headquarters.”
CONDITIONS: - Contestants may submit any number o f names and slogans, but each shall be on a
separate sheet o f paper, showing name and address o f sender.
Contest closes April 30th., 1915.
dress “ New Store Contest ” - care o f the Estacada Progress.
Signed - H. G. Trowbridge, H. V. Adix, J. F. Lovelace, A. E. Sparks.
A R E T IM E T E S T E D
Every little while you hear o f some brand new cream
separator, claiming to be a ‘ ‘ world beater” and just as g.md
as the l)e Laval but a little chea|>er.
These “ niuslma.m
machines stay in the lino-light only until they are “ found want
in g” by the the users and in a short time drop out o f sight.
It takes years o f experience to build a “ good” cream
separator. More than .‘>0 years o f experiments and experience
have made the l)e Laval pre-eminently the best machine on
the market for the separation o f cream from milk.
If you buy a l)e Laval you run no risk
o f dissatisfaction or loss.
It’s time tested
and time proven. Why experiment ? Why
take chances with an inferior machine when
you Lmc that the De Laval is the brut ma-
vhint fo r gnu to bug.
If you are thinking about
buying a separator we will
consider it a favor
if you will permit us
to set up a l)e Laval
for you on your own
place and have you
give it a fair trial.
B E R T H . F IN C h
Attention is called to the spec
ial announcement by Tracy &
Givens o f Estacada, in this issue.
A fter considerable deliberation,
Mr. Givens has decided to inaug
urate a new produce-buying and
staple - grocery - selling depart
For years past, one o f Esta-
cada’s few faults has been its
lack o f a market for the farmer
to dispose o f his produce, such
as potatoes, onions, and the like.
This new department of Tracy &
Givens’ business will aim to fill
this long felt want, as they con
template buying for cash, or tak
ing in trade, the majority o f the
eggs, meats and fruits,
service is not intended for the
handling o f large sales of fruits,
such as prunes, apples, potatoes,
etc. in carload lots, but is pri
marily aimed to help the farmer
j dispose o f his produce, where he
has too small an amount to mark-
I et profitably elsewhere.
J. W. Reed, the local agent for
| the Ford automobile reports the
delivery o f two more Cars in the
past ten days. W. E. Cromer o f
Logan being the purchaser o f a
five passenger and Floyd Spurlin
o f Springwater buying a similar
car, hut arranged with a tonneau,
j for pleasure and business use.
When You Pay Your Bill
here you pay for more than just ordinary
meat. Your money must buy entire sat
isfaction also or we don’ t want it.
read in the papers a lot about the high
cost o f living. Now come here and learn
by actual experience that much o f the
talk is a myth concerning meats.
Cash Paid For Eggs
Palace Meat Market
Phone Main 83.
Masons To Visit Sandy
Three or four auto loads, com
prising members o f the Estacada
Masonic Lodge, made a trip last
Tuesday evening to Sandy, where
they joined with their Masonic
brothers in special work.