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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1915)
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p o s t o ffic e
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m o n th s
a t e s
Pay by Check
There is no need o f your carrying a
large amount o f cash in your pocket,
if you Pay by Check
$ 1 .0 0
There is no chance fo r a dispute
over having paid a bill, if you
E stacad a,
a s s e c o n d -c la s s m a il.
Your check is your receipt
L. H. Burd
Published every Thursday at
All W ork
It gives a business tone to your
financial transactions, i f you
Thursday, July 1, 1915
Pay by Check
N ext Saturday, July 3rd, there; hereafter it will aim to serve all
Today, anything from an auto
will be a July 4th celebration held j sections alike.
mobile to a package o f taeks may
at George, under the auspices o f
W e want the readers and the be bought from our own mer
the George Commercial & Social public at large to feel that it is chants and immediate delivery
their home paper and to feel free made.
Our George neighbors have in to contribute to its columns not
W e are especially pleased to
vited all o f us to join them on this only news but views on such sub note that the locally earned dol
day, and on the follow ing Mon jects as are o f vital importance to lar is today being spent at home
day they expec t to return the call the community. The Progress and that same dollar is going the
by celebrating with Estacada.
should not only voice the ideas o f rounds o f local circulation, in
The friendly and closer rela ! its editor on important questions,' preference to being sent away to
tions which today exist between but should prove a forum for the distant merchants.
the enterprising George district voice o f its readers.
The future continued growth
I o f this country is assured and es
and Estacada and the balance o f
this part o f the county, are typi
With the coming opening o f the pecially i f the present pleasant
relations between the farm er and
cal o f the rapid development that East Clackamas Supply Co’s and
the merchant continue.
is going on in this community. A I Dale’s new stores, the city o f E s - 1
few years ago, George was an is ! tacada w ill offer as attractive a i
Let ’er Buck
olated section owing to the condi trading center as many larger ^
are being made
tion o f the roads and the inter sections afford.
vening Eagle Creek canyon. To- j Only a few months ago, the |
day, thanks to the enterprise o f j farm er was part y correct in his co buster, V irgil Wagner, ride
its people, the cooperation and fi - 1 contention that Estacada could some fractious, bucking horses
nancial help o f the people o f Es not buy his produce at the same during the coming July 5th Esta
tacada and a generous contribu time that it sold him goods, but cada celebration. V irgil can sure
tion fr >m the county officials, Ea that condition has since been stick on any critter that hasn’ t a
gle Creek and its canyon have largely done away with and now loose hide and i f anyone has an
been spanned by a connecting the farm er can sell, trade or buy outlaw that needs riding, notify
bridge, and a finely built road, nearly any article, from staples V irgil and he promises to do the
which is now being graveled, to luxuries.
has brought our neighbors close
in. Everyone has profited by this
development and the buyer and
merchant have profited doubly.
Now is an opportunity to fu r
ther cement those personal and
count for more than the purely
commercial ties. So let’s a big
crowd help make the George j
celebration a hummer next Sat - 1
About one year ago the present
publisher o f the Progress took !
over the management, and for;
such growth as the paper m a y ;
have made during the interim, I
thanks are due to the hearty sup
port which has been extended to
the home paper by the adver
tisers and subscribers.
The Progress, as the title page
states, is devoted to the interests
o f eastern Clackamas county and
w ill continue to work for the
growth, development and success
o f this favored section o f the
I f the Progress has a tendency
to pay too much attention to the
City o f Estacada at the expense
o f the surrounding sections, it is
unintentional and due to more
news originating, where the pop
ulation is the most congested, but;
The majority o f the people o f Estacada
and surrounding country are now
Paying by Check on the
Estacada State Bank
TLROY 0. WALKER. President
IRWIN 0. WRIGHT, Cashier
Interest paid on time deposits.
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. LECKE
Don’t Throw Away
Proven, practical value appeals to the buyer
of a motor car. More than 700,000 satisfied
Ford owners prove the practical qualities
of Ford cars. In town or county, in the
professions or on the farms, for business or
pleasure, the Forh serves everybody.
average allowance of two cents a mile keeps
it going. It’s cheaper than walking.
Buyers will share in profits i f w e sell at retail
300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914
and August 1915.
Touring Car $565;
On display and sale by
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J. W . R E E D
An expensive granite dish
Because it leaks
A t a cost of a few cents it can be
Repaired and Guaranteed
Bring in all o f your Leaky Tin or Gran
C. C. MILLER