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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1915)
(I ncorporated )
R. M. .Stamlish,
S ubscription R ates
There is no chance for a dispute
over having paid a bill, if you
Editor unt) M anager1
Entered at the poatoffice in Estaeada,
Oregon, as second-class mail.
Your check is your receipt
L. H . Burd
Published every Thursday at
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
Thursday, July 29, 1915
worth o f coal in 1914.
It gives a business tone to your
financial transactions, if you
0 . A. C. sends loganberry
juice to the fair to give to visit
ors at Oregon Building.
Vast acreage o f beaver dam
land is being improved north of
Salem by a big drainage ditch.
According to reports, trains
will be running to Coos Bay by
The majority o f the people o f Estaeada
and surrounding country are now
Pay by Check
Garfield Country Club
Saturday, August 14th
Paying by Check on the
Estaeada State Bank
U R O Y 0 . W At K IR . PrcAMtent
Speeches, Music, Sport
Dance In The Evening, 8 to 12
When such policies are on foot
as those proposed in the Ferris
Bill it is high time the states
having waterpower combined in
an effort to get justice.
I Pay Highest Cash on D elivery
Prices F o r
I shall aim to ship a carload of
livestock from the Estaeada 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 Estaeada and he will quote
prices and give date of next shipment.
C. E. LUCKE
Shoddy postage stamps are
being put on the market by
Postmaster General Burleson at
the «price formerly paid for
stamps o f decent texture.
Order Not Effective Here
The order issued several days
ago by Postmaster General Burle
son, prohibiting the use o f bi
cycle and motorcycles in rural
delivery service, will not effect
any of the carriers o f this dis
trict. In announcing his order,
Mr. Burleson holds that vehicles
o f these types do not have the
carrying capacity necessary for
the parcel post service and do
not afford enough protection for
the mails in had weather. The
order will not go into effect until
January' 1, 1916. and will effect
ahout 8000 carriers, who now u;e
bicycles and motorcycles.
Vic e P resiU eitl
Interest paid on time deposits.
It is planned to add about
A pole o f more than 600 co m -!
7000 acres to the Klamath recla
The cranks and so-called re
mercial organizations o f the
mation work this year.
formers have had their inning
country by the U. S. Chamber
at the bat in Oregon. The time
Will your business be the next f Commerce on Government
one which the professional agi ownership o f merchant marine has come to wipe them off our
shows 82 in favor o f it and 698 political map and put Oregon on
tator wants to regulate?
against i t The heavy vote a
conservative basis. Watch
Henry Stuckmeir, 33 years a against government ownership, the record o f the candidates as
resident in the Willamette Val . either with or without govern they come up and see if they
ley, says crops here this year ment operation, is sharp notice could rustle the money to foot a
that the business sentiment o f
are best he has ever seen.
payroll o f their own. Why let
the country strongly disapprov
them spend state money if they
It is unnecessary to remark es the ship purchase bill in any could not?
that it is sound and workable form.
Legislation alone that wi 1 permit
IRW IN 0 . W R IC III, C a sh ie r
Especially resistant to shock, strain and
vibration, toe Ford is the sturdiest, most
durable car in the world. Vanadium steel,
heat-treated by the Ford process, accounts
for the strength and light weight of the
Ford car. Strong, light, simple and effi
cient, the Ford gives service and satisfaction
to more than 700,000 owners every day, at
an average cost of two cents a mile for oper
ation and maintenance.
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail
300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914
and August 1915.
Touring Car $565;
On display and sale by
Don’t Throw Away
An expensive granite dish
Because it leaks
At a cost of a few cents it can be
Repaired and Guaranteed
Bring in all o f your Leaky Tin or Gran
C. C. M ILLER
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