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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1916)
Easy Payment Plan
T ry our
In Purchasing Your
New Fall Suit
You will have it paid for before you know it.
Remember you must get in on this before July 22nd.
T H E
Placed to your credit on joining the club
Total paid in
P L A N
1 7. 0 0
T h is Club is founded solely to make new friends for
R oyal Tailored to order clothes.
T h e privileges of the club
will be granted only on the sale of R oya l Tailored Clothes.
H O W
Y ou r
W O R K S
O U T
Suppose you order a $16 suit. 5 % of$1 6is80 c m akingthecosttoyouonly$15.20. With $17 to your credit, we will rebate to you $1.80 in cash.
Or suppose you order a $20 suit. Deducting 5% from $20 leaves $19 so by paying $2 more, you get a $20 suit. If a $27 suit, you get a dis-
couht o f $1.25 making the cost o f suit $23.75 leaving $6.75 for you to pay. Whatever the price o f the suit you choose you get 5 » discount.
EAST CLACKAMAS SUPPLY CO.
“ Your Satisfaction
Is Our Success”
Two Shows Per Evening
Manager Sparks o f the Estaca
da Family Theatre, announces
that hereafter, he will give two
performances o f four reels each,
on every Thursday and Saturday
evening, and promises more o f
the fun making Keystone come
dies. with Fatty Arbuckle in the
With the two performances per
evening, it will allow o f more peo
ple enjoying the shows, as the
late and early visitors can be ac
comodated, and at the regular
5c and lOc price.
Show starts at 7:15 P. M.
Repair Your Sidewalk Now
2 x 6 — 4ft. long PLANKS _____________________ ______each
2 x 6 —
1 x 6 — 20 ”
2 x 6 — 10”
for Inside Walks
STR IN G E R S.....................
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Lawn Fete Friday Evening
C. C. M i l l e r
Electric W iring
To the Public:
Estacada, Oregon, July 7, 1916
The undersigned having just finished the construction o f a
residence for Dr. Wells in Estacada. Or. takes pleasure in express
ing the satisfaction he feels in the Plumbing and Electric Wiring
done by Mr. C. C. Miller o f this city in the said dwelling.
I have found Mr. Miller a capable and conscientious man. who
has. in order to give thorough satisfaction, done more and in a num
ber of instances furnished better fixtures than his contract called for.
Both myself and Dr. Wells are well pleased with his work and
desire to let the public know it. We can recommend Mr. Miller as
a fair and honest workman whose aim seems to be to do more rather
than less to make a job satisfactory and right.
Respectfully, Ed. W. Misener
Everyone is invited to attend
the informal outdoor fete, which
will be given next Friday even
ing, in front o f the Estacada Pa
vilion, under the auspices o f the
C. I. C.
Art attractive program has been
arranged as follows, beginning at
7:30 P. M.:
Miss Rachel Reed
“ All Aboard for China Town”
--------- "The Lady Bug T rio"
V o c a l........... ....... Phil Standish
Song --------- Garfield Quartette
Reading.......................M rs. Ross
Vocal Solo................... Lee Dillon
Trio (by request) "H ello Frisco”
Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge, aecom-
A charge o f 10c will be made
for the entertainment, with home
made ice cream and cake served
later, at 15c._______ ^__
Albert Hoygaard o f Cazadero
is the latest recruit in the ranks
o f the autoists, having last week
purchased a four cylinder Saxon
roadster and is now waiting for
the Cazadero-Estacada road to
dry up and become passable.
Enterprise Defends Court
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highways, just so long we con
sider the expenditure o f $7,626.45
per mile for paving near the
j county seat, a luxury.
^ Editor Brodiesays “ Clackamas
1 County raises annually about
$300,000 for road work” and let
it be born in mind that Eastern
Clackamas County, with its big
corporate holdings o f the P. R.
L. & P. Co’s power plants; its
railroad lands, as well as the
property o f the ordinary resident,
furnishes its full proportion o f
i this $300,000 but it is not getting
any o f the $7,626.45 per mile
It is a safe assertion that the
good roads which this part o f
the county now has, were paid
j for largely by special taxes,
coupled with much voluunteer
work, and if the general fund
had been depended upon entirely,
our highways would be impass
able in many districts.
The taxpayers o f this part o f
! the county, not only pay the
taxes, special and general, but
they also each year average sev
eral days o f volunteer road work,
as for example the recent Good
Roads Days in Currinsville, Gar
field, Estacada and elsewhere.
The "defender o f the hardsur-
facing” further states, "th e
county will this year lay only
four or five miles of hard surface
roads and that of three projects,
one runs into Oregon City and
two are located between seven
and ten miles o f the county seat. ”
The Milwaukie-Sellwood Road is
probably one o f the latter two.
which while not leading into
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