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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1917)
Join the Thrift Club
Start A Savings Account
A man came in the bank recently and said
that he had to save money, but couldn’t
do it at present under his old plan, so he
started a savings account and he will
pet 4% interest.
Many People Are Doing This
Why Not You?
This department was added but a few
months ago and now has 70 depositors.
0 ^ 4 % In t e r e s t ^
Estacada State Bank
Leroy D. Walker, President
Thomas Yocum, Vice President
I r wi n D. W r i g h t , C a s h i e r
Just received a carload of
Fancy" Clover Hay"
A Complete Line of Lumber On Hand
and Clearing House
We have the following on hand:-
1 Hay Cutter
1 Single Hand-made Harness
1 Heavy Wagon
1 Pitcher Pump
1 Iron-beam Plow
1 7x9 Tent
FOR EXCHANGE — 2 Horses- weigh
about 1000 lb each, for one Large Horse,
weighing about 1400 tt>.
E. D. ALLEN
M. D. EVANS
L. S. BRONSON
ruined by one year’s use, the
to do was to lay some of the
A Comment From “ Oregon Voter’’
imitation patent paving in its
place a bargain, at 98 cents a
T he V oter gave that last
yard, worth SI.50. Prolonged
Clackamas County Paving five
and tumultuous applause.
years during which to sustain the
It is the new-fangled imitation
appearance of being as good as
patent paving the wonder of
standard paving. But instead of
wonders the discovery of the
standing up for the short life of
age in the way of economy—that
five years, its condition is excit
is occasioning the present concern
ing concern during the second
after the first year’s use. But
year. Even the Oregon City news
leave it to Clackamas—a new in
paper which proclaimed it as the
vention will be discovered and
ideal economy pavement—the 98-
tried, free and independant of the
cent a yard bargain, worth $1.50
experience of any county in Ore
is now carrying extended explan
ations of its present condition, al- | gon, so the groaning taxpayers
who foot all the bills will have
leging it to be due to poor drain
another opportunity to cheer and
age. Of course the drainage is
applaud the profound scientists
who have devoted their full terms
Clackamas county, at the ex
of political office to providing ex
pense of its complaining taxpay
periments for the entertainment
ers and through its officials elect
of a population which craves and
ed on economy platforms, has ex
relishes paving novelties.
perimented, experimented, ex
perimented in the most costly
and extravagant fashion. Each ! A baby boy was born to Mr.
new experiment has been hailed
and Mrs. George Walters of
as the one and only solution, and
Currinsville, last Friday.
its success proclaimed in advance
amid the plaudits of the multitude
Mrs. Laura E. Fullerof Ellens-
for the officials who schemed out
burg, Wash., has been visiting
the marvelous economy.
at the home of Charles Fuller in
First, Clackamas discovered
that paving was no good — Ap
Second, that soft brick paving
Mr. S. P. Waterbury of Hood
was cheaper than vitrified brick
River, Oregon, formerly of Esta
paving and was really superior,
cada, is here for a few weeks
because it would grind easily and
visit at the home of his daughter
not chip off. More applause.
Mrs. L. A. Chapman.
Third, that no patent paving is |
any good. Applause and cheers.
Jim Closner of Springwater,
Fourth, fifth, that to produce a
entirely recovered from his
pavement just as good as patent
attack of pneumonia.
paving all that was necessary was
to squirt some hot tar into some
crushed rock, and run a roller
Sjieciallst — Your heart 1« acting
over it to make it nice and smooth
rather Irregularly. Is there anything
on top. It looked just like as
worrying you? Patient Not particu
phalt when new and fresh, and
larly. Only just now when you put
your hand in your pocket I thought for
cost only 65 cents a square yard
a moment you were going to give me
as against $1.25 to $1.50 for pa
your hill. Puck.
tent paving. Cheers, applause
•‘Willie, don't you know that It is
Sixth, that to replace the worn-
wrong to fight?’*
out, bumpy, chuck-holy mess of
“ Yes. ma. I know it’» wrong, but I
never think of It that way unless the
soft red brick which had once
fellow who tackles me is one I’m sure
looked like a pavement and had
Ï can’t lick.” Detroit Free Press.
been laid amid applause, the in
terest of economy would be serv
“ How many years ago <1I<1 he live?”
ed best by laying an imitation
pavement the patentee of which
“The man who said that two could
live as cheaply as one?” —Detroit Free
would let them have the use of
the imitation free if he was given
He who Is firm and resolute In will
the job of laying the pavement.
molds the world to him self Doe the
Sensation, and tumultuous ap
Seventh, that after the squirt-
asphaltic pavement had gone to
pieces the first winter, the way
of true economy would be to
Abstracts examined. Corporation Law.
Financial Agents. Trusts, Escrows and
squirt in some more hot tar and
Account!. Estates probated. Collec
run the roller over again, so it
tion!, Deeds, Mortgages. Oeneral
practice in ail courts. Correspondence
would look just as nice as new
solicited. Prompt attention. Bank
when the autos started over it in
references. Fou rtttnih ytar.
LOANS PLACED ON PORTLAND PROPUTT
the spring. Prolonged applause
and scream headlines.
Mosessohn & Mosessohn
Eighth, that when the squirt-
asphaltic pavement was entirely
Cau se of the 1 rouble.
H e Rem embers.
Muet H a v e Been In the D a r k Age.
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