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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1915)
Does the Electrical connection
in your Iron need repairing
Mayor Adix has requested the
i Progress to ask for volunteer la
bor for one day, to work on the
All kinds of electric wiring: and Boring hill.
people in that vicinity and many
Full line of electrical supplies others would gladly help repair
| that stretch of highway, which
Metal Repairing Plum bing
Saw Filing is proving a hindrance to auto-
mobilists and others driving on
that side of the river. Advise
C. C. M ILL E R
| Dr. Adix if you will help.
| Nothing has been heard lately
of that Union High School peti
ESTA CA D A PROGRESS
sales. The merchants will prob tion down Currinsville way!
( I n corporated !
ably appreciate this relief from
being more or less forced to fight
Published every Thursday at
competition by furnishing trad
Elsewhere in this paper will be
ing stamps and the buying pub
R. M. Stamlish, Editor and Manager
i found the first announcement of
lic will hope to benefit in a slight
the new store which will be in
the postoffice in Estacada O regon
lowering o f prices, at least suffi
second class mai!
j operation in Estacada within the
cient to offset the value of the
, next thirty to forty-five days.
. $1 0 0
For sometime past, negotia
The State Livestock Board has tions have been under way to get
recently placed a quarantine on i together a company of local men,
Thursday, April 22, 1915
this county, in its fight to ex whose interests are closely allied
Multnomah’s road bonds car terminate the spread of rabbies ' to the growth of this part of the
ried by a majority of about 3 to 1 among dogs and cattle. No one county, with a view to organiz-
and that county is now assured would feel that their rights were ing such a high class mercantile
of a net-work of good hard-sur being imposed upon if the muz establishment.
The aims of the new store will
faced roads. It is possible that zling ordinance is enforced or if
to perfectly fill the needs of
Clackamas county could pass a
similar bond issue, providing the diseased dogs. Why should not this community, to furnish an up
division of the roads to be con the feeling towards the enforce- to date trading center, not con-
structed, was fair and equitable ment of the fruit inspection laws dieting with present merchants,
and an educational campaign pro be as readily accepted, with one j to effectively counteract the tend-
a disease of animal life and the ency for mail order and foreign
ceeded the election.
other of vegetable?
buying, and to keep the home
According to county assessor.
money at home, where it will do
Taking upon itself that virtue the most good.
Jack, the Portland Railway,
comes from having suc
Light & Power Co.’ s assessed
The buying public will wel-
valuation of $5,219,616. compris cessfully he d a Clean Up Day. a com'e~this"new store'and with the
es over one-sixth of the total as suggestion has been made by lo- Fr0gre3S wishes it the success
sessed valuation of the entire cal citizens that the various road and prosperity, which these en-
county and this corporation will distncts could well afford to hold terprising citizens deserve.
pay $137,000. in taxes this year. a similar ('lean Up along their
The total taxable property o f the roads. One day’s labor would
W ork Begun In Earnest
county amounts to $30,375,139.81. greatly improve the country
Contractor Otto Copenhagen,
roads, where rubbish, branches
The trading stamp law, which and remains of blasting opera in charge of the construction
becomes effective May 22nd, is tions are an unsightly nuisance. work on the South Fork pipe
one of the most beneficial mer The traveled part of our country line, reports the establishment
chandizing measures of the past roads are fine, but a little work this week of five or six camps,
legislature. It provides for an along the sides would greatly im with about 70 men now employed.
The camps are located as follows: j
excise tax of 5"> of the gross prove their appearance.
South side of the Clackamas at j
the Upper Dam site, North Fork, !
South Fork, and three camps be- j
Just A Reminder
tween Estacada and Clear Creek. !
Swat the fly
Work at present is confined to j
| clearing the right-of-way and |
preliminary work on the tunnels
Sieberts fly poison
above North Fork.
F. N. Cadanaugh of South Es
A dish of ice cream FREE with
each 25c purchase, Saturday only tacada has contracted to handle
I the clearing for about 900 feet of j
the right-of-way in the vicinity!
Park & Closner
of his property and Adlon broth-1
ers will handle a similar stretch .
from the county road south across i
Sh in gle s
(K A N T O N 's (
$2. per 1000
Cow Owners Notice
All kinds of door and window
casings, mouldings, roofing paper
and a few Cheap Doors
New Stock of All Feed
In This Week
R. M. Townsend, property a-
gent of the P. R. L. & P. Co.,
wishes to notify all owners of cat-
| tie, who have been pasturing
I same in the Estacada Park, to
i stop the practise at once, for the
property is private and cattle
| found within the confines of the
park hereafter will be dealt with
according to law.
W ilburs’ Stock Food on sale
Estacada Lbr. & Produce Co.
Your check is your receipt
There is no chance for a dispute
over having paid a bill, if ou
Pay by Check
There is no need of your carrying a
large amount of cash in your pocket,
if you Pay by Check
It gives a business tone to your
financial transactions, if you
Pay by Check
The majority of the people of Estacada
and surrounding country are now
Paying by Check on the
Estacada State Bank
LFROY 0. WATKTR. President
IRWIN D. WRIGHT, C ashier
Interest paid on time deposits.
First class lumber of all kinds.
Dimension material a specialty.
Prompt deliveries made
from big stock on hand.
Phone or call at mill, at Dodge.
O. C. Klaetsch, Owner.
I Pay Highest Cash on Delivery
I shall aim to ship a carload of
livestock from the Estacada Stock
Yards at least every other Monday
Stock must be delivered at
yards by 11 A. M. on shipping date.
I shall spend certain days in each
month buying stock throughout East
ern Clackamas County, and if you
have any to sell, phone to R. M. Stan-
dish at Estacada and he will quote
prices and give date of next shipment.
C. E. LUCKE