A people's phone company

September 2006
Oregon Business Magazine;Sep2006, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p19
The article features Clear Creek Mutual Telephone Co., a telephone company which was established in 1906 in Oregon City. A brief history of the company is given. President Mitchell Moore explains that company's operation as a tax-exempt cooperative. In 1906, owner W.H. Bonney developed specific rules for his customers which included a ban on foul language.


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