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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1915)
Late«t of Classv H A T S
Robert Victor Schmidt
POOD JU D G E C O N G R ATU LA TE S T H E ENGINEER*)
'T 'H E taste you get from “ Right-Cut”
. 1S the real tobacco substance— full and
Right-Cut” is the Real Tobacco Chew
a new blend of mellow, sappy leaf,
seasoned and sweetened just enough.
One ten-cent pouch o f “ Right-Cut”
lasts longer than twice the money will
buy in the old kind.
Take a very small chew —less than one-quarter the
old size. It will be more satisfying than a mouthful
o f ordinary tobucco. Just nibble on it until you find
the »irength chew that suits you. Tuck it away.
Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
tobacco taste com es, how it satisfies without grinding, how
much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to
be tobucco satisfied. That’ s why it is The Real Tobacco
Chew. T hat’ s why it costs less in the end.
It is a ready chew, cut fine and short shred so that you won't have
to grind on it with your teeth. Grinding on oidiuary candied tobacco
-cr»* makes you spit too much.
J o « taste ol pure, rich tobacco docs not need to be covered up with molessce mud
licorice. Notice how the salt brings out the rich tobacco taste lu "R ight-C ut."
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
W E Y M A N -B R U T O N C O M P A N Y
S O U n io n S q u a re , N e w Y o r k
The funeral services o f Victc* i
I Schmidt o f Spnngwater, who
died April 21st
ere held at the
family home last Thursday after
noon, with Rev. Aue officiating,
i The interment, in charge o f Un
dertaker Henthom, took place in
the Springwater cemetery.
Robert Victor Schmidt was born
in Ada, Norman county, Minn.,
where he lived until 13 years old,
then moving to Concord, Dodge \
county, Minn., and 8 years ago i
to Springwater with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D- Schmidt.
About 7 years ago he suffered
a sun-stroke and since had been
a sufferer from despondency and
mental depression, having been
under the doctor's care for a few'
weeks prior to his death.
He was a home loving young j
man of quiet habits and beloved
by his friends and neighbors, i
who join in expressing their sym
pathy to his family in this be-
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Schmidt
| and family w'ish to express their
heartfelt thanks for tne kindness-
j es shown them by their friends
i and neighbors.
O ne Price
Mrs. C. C. Saling o f Currins-
ville, entertained a party o f Es
tacada friends at a delicious din
ner, last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Irwin D. Wright o f Esta
cada has returned home, after a
three weeks visit among relatives
and friends at Union and other
eastern Oregon points.
About $250. is being spent by
the county court on the repairing
o f the approaches to the lower
Eagle Creek bridge.
Miss. Edith Trowbridge o f Cur-
rinsville, left last Saturday for
Kansas, where she w'itl make an
extended visit among relatives.
J. A. Shibley o f Springwater
is the latest recruit among the
auto owners, having purchased a
Studebaker Six through J. W.
Reed and the Oregon City agent
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ice at lowest cost, the Ford is the one car
you’ ll find in large numbers and in constant
use in every land.
It’s a better car this year
than ever before— but it sells for $ 60 . less
than last year.
The Ford is everybody’s motor car because
everybody can easily understand and safely
operate it. Doesn’t take a skilled mechanic
to operate or care for the Ford. Less than
two cents a mile to operate and maintain the
Ford. With “ Ford Service for Ford Owners”
your Ford car is never idle.
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,
000 Ford cars between Aug. 1914 and Aug. 1915.
Touring Car $565;
On display and sale by
J. W. R E E D
The annual meeting o f the
George Commercial & Social Club
was held Saturday evening, April
It was decided to erect suitable
stables and hitching facilities and
build a wire fence around the
I property. Money was also al
lowed for the finishing o f the
A fine supper was served by
the bachelors o f the club, Messrs.
Otto Paulson, Otto Jannsen, Ht-n- |
ry Reimer and Ed. Harders, and
was enjoyed by all
The next shipment o f livestock
from the Estacada Stock Yards
will take place next Monday,
May 3rd, without fail.
An all-night dance is being ad-
vertised for May 8th at the Bar-
orchestra w ill furnish the music
and everyone is invited to attend.
A good sized crowd attended
the Eagle Creek dance last Sat
urday night, including about a
score o f Estacada people. The
music and floor were extra fine,
although there was 3ome slight
complaint found with the floor
management and the rigidity of
their rulings regarding the prop
rieties o f dancing, but notwith
standing everyone had a good
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