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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1915)
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JLOST YOUR WAY-
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P ouch of t h e r e a l t o b a c c o L .
Latest of Classy H A T S
School New s
GOOD JUDGE FIN D S T H E
LO N ELY WOODSMAN^
AFTER all your years of chewing—
f \ . here is the Real Tobacco Chew,
“Right-Gut’ ” 1
It’s a new blend—richer, more sappy
and twice as satisfying as the old kind.
Seasoned and sweetened just enough to
give you all the pure tobacco taste.
Cut a new way—so a small chew gives you
comfort without grinding. And it lasts longer.
Take a very small chew —less than one-quarter the
old size. It will be m ore satisfying than a mouthful
o f ordinary tobacco. Just nibble on it until you find
the strength chew that suits you. Tuck it away.
Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies without grinding, how
much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to
be tobacco satisfied. T hat’s why it is The Real Tehaua
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. G rinding on ordinary caudicd tobacco
__ makes you spit too much.
The taste of pure, rich tobacco does not need to be covered (up with mojassce and
Jicoricc. Notice bow the salt brings out the rich tobacco taste in “ 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 r e , N e w Y o r k
FROM DEALER OR SEND 10? ¿TAMPS TO U S^
Samson Sieve-grip Tractor
Costs $144.75 per horse power on the draw bar.
Pulls two We fourteen
have tried it
Are you going to winter a tractor
this year or will you feed the horses again?
Stop at the state farm and see it at work
W. R. Reid & Sons. Local Distributor.
E stacada, O regon
Last Friday oecured the elec
tion of officers of the Student
Body for the next Semester.
Those elected were: Lewis Jones,
president: Vernon Schmidt, vice
president; Dora Currin, secre
tary; Josie Harkenrider, yell-
leader; and Sam Barr, sergeant-
The Websterian and Adelphic
Literary Societies gave a joint
program last Monday. Eighth
grade students from all parts of
the county were present.
The Student Body program giv
en at Spark’s Theatre, May 5th,
was well attended, the net re
ceipts were $20.70. The Student
Body thanks the people of the
town for their support.
Senior Class day occurs May
21st in Assembly Hall, at 8 P. M.
The Junior class will give the
Seniors a banquet at the Estaca
da Hotel, Saturday, May 15th, at
8 P. M.
The High School will give its
annual picnic at Fern Camp, on
We wish to thank C. W. De
vore, J. W. Reed, Sam Dunlop
and John Lovelace for donating
their services and autos in taking
the athletes over to Gladstone.
The Garfield Parent Teachers’
Assn, will meet for their final
session of the season, next Fri
day night, at 7:30 o’clock in the
The many friends of Mrs. Wil
lis Mayfield of Estacada are sor
ry to hear of the death of her
sister, Mrs. Hardenbrook of
Drain, Or., which occured sud
denly last Tuesday. Up to the
time of receiving the telegram,
Mrs. Mayfield had supposed that
her sister was in her usual good
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harding
and daughter Harriett, of Craw-
fordsville, Ind., are spending a
few days visiting at the home of
Miss Flora and Jerome Schultz of
Many of the fruit growers of
this community are getting in a
stock of berry crates, and one
carload was unloaded ai Estaca
da this week.
At her home, from two to five
o’clock last Friday, Miss Eva
Wash, teacher of the primary
| grade of the Estacada school,
J entertained the mothers of her
i Each guest was requested to
j make a so: venir rose, from the
j pink and red paper and other
I material furnished them and
many beautiful creations were
j the result.
Mrs. J. W. Reed, wife of the
chairman of the school board,
j served punch.
A delightful musical program
followed with Mrs. C. W. De
vore; in her usual charming man
ner, singing Carrie Jacob Bond’s
“Life’s Garden’’ and a sweet
southern lullaby. Rev. Aue, with
Mrs. H. V. Adix as accompanist,
gave a rare treat of violin music,
among the selections being mel
odies from 11 Trovatore, a Polish
dance, Scotch hornpipe, besides
responding to many encores and
requests for favorite songs and
Delightful refreshments termi
nated the pleasant afternoon.
The Garfield Dorcas Society
met this week Thursday at the
home of Mrs. W. R. Reid.
Mrs. S. D. Dunlop of Garfield
is spending a few weeks visiting
at the home of her mother in
Mrs. Francis Smith of Muske
gon, Mich., who has been visit
ing the Standish brothers in Es
tacada for the past two weeks,
left for the east last Wednesday.
R. C. Deming of Garfield is
spending a week at Tillamook,
Or., where he is representing
the Garfield Grange at the con
Mrs. Edgar Horner of Dodge
entertained a number of the
young people last Monday even
ing, in honor of her husband’s
birthday. The affair was a com
plete surprise to Mr. Horner, and
after an enjoyable evening of
Five Hundred, the hostess served
a mammoth birthday cake and
j ice cream. The score cards were
hand painted by Mrs. Horner and
i made very attractive souvenirs
¡ of the occasion.