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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1915)
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It is a ready chew , cut fine and short slued so that you w on't have
to grind ou it with your tectli. (Jriud.nfi ou ordinary candied tob acco
m akes you spit too m uch.
T h e taste o f pure, rich to b a c co doe* not need to b e cov ered up with m ojesscs and
lico r ic e . N o tice how the salt brings out toe rich t< Sacco taste iu ‘ ’ R ig h t-C u t.”
One small clicw lakes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
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After five hours deliberation,
a jury in the circuit court at Ore
gon City, last Friday returned a
verdict of not guilty in the case
of N. M. Tracy and son Earl, of
Garfield, on a charge of assault
ing Frank Rhodes, a neighbor.
The defendants were charged
with assault, following a discus
sion of the righ-s of the defen
dants to use the Rhodes’ road,
leading to the Eagle Creek ford.
Attorneys Bartlett of Estacada
and Brownell of Oregon City
while District Attorney Hedges
appeared for the state.
A large number of persons
from Estacada were in Oregon
City to hear the case. The wit
for the state,
Frank Rhodes, Susan Rhodes, A.
M. Kirehem and W. A. Rhodes,
and for the defendant, Norman
M. Tracy, Earl Tracy, William
Dale, J. F. Lovelace, Albert Ha
vens, Frank Lingelbach, Walter
P. Strunk, Conrad Krigbaum and
B. F. Ford. The jury was com
posed of John G. Moehnke, James
Fegles, Thomas E. Gault, G. Han
son, Fred Greger, Mark Seely, S.
B. Berg, W. A. Wood, C. E. Mel-
drum, W. F. Stanton, A. W.
Cook and W. C. Green. Earl
Tracy was graduated from the
Estacada high school this year.
The Samson Sieve-grip Tractor
Does in 9C days what four horses require 4 months
to do and at a Saving of $755. the First year.
for the book that tells you how.
still, come up and see it at work.
You can make no mistake when you buy the SAMSON.
It is guaranteed to do Your Work to Your Satisfaction.
W. R. Reid & Sons, Local Distributors.
Thousands o f colts are harbor-
Ing worms and so becoming thin
and rough In coat and their own-
era do not know what Is wrong.
The worms themselves inu.v be
seen If looked for.
There seems to l>e a prejudice
•£• against sheep In many neigh law-
X hoods, and yet there Is pro lit In
■» them when they are given the
11 right kind o f attention.
«> Gentle sows can be so ban-
11 died that they will take kindly
< > to any management.
i It pays to keep culling the
1 > sheep, always alining at greater
, > perfection.
When we consider the thou-
< > sanda and thousands of horses
J i that are going out to the war
< > zone every farmer should realize
J J the opportunity In sight to raise
< • some good horses at a profit.
I \ Save the breeding pigs from
J > the sows that have large litters.
IMPORTANT TO ALL
MOTOR VFHICLE OWNERS
Justice Court Conviction
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old size. It will be more 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 reul
tobacco taste com es, how it satisijcs without grinding, how
much less you have to spi:, how few chews you take to
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Chapter 350. Laws 1915, in
effect May 22. 1915, provides that
number plates cannot be trans-
ferred from one motor vehicle to
another motor vehicle.
The number plates assigned by
the Seccet iry of State to a motor
vehicle remain with such motor
vehicle during the year for which
it is registered. It is the motor
vehicle that is registered, not the
Upon sale of a motor vehicle
the purchaser must notify the
Secretary of State. He will fur
nish a transfer blank which must
be signed by the purchaser and
returned for filing together with
the statuatory fee of $1.00. No
sale or transfer is valid unless
the required transfer notice is
given by the purchaser and the
fee paid by him.
The foregoing requirements in
effect May 22, 1915.
B en W . O lco tt ,
Secretary of State.
Dorcas Play To Be Repeated
Arrangements have finally
been made by Mgr. Sparks of
the Family Theatre to have a re
peat performance of the clever
play, which was given at the
Grange hall by the Garfield Dor
cas Society, two weeks ago.
Thi.s play, entitled “ The Trou
ble at Satterlee’s” received much
favorable comment by all who
witnessed it. The original caste,
excepting Miss. Esther Revell
will take part and a treat is prom
ised for aii lovers of amatuer
Mgr. Sparks ha: arranged for
this attraction at his theatre in
Estacada, Saturday evening, June
12th. Preceeding the dramatics
a fine run of moving pictures will
be shown. Tickets for the entire
performance will be 15c and 25c
and the proceeds will be divided
between the Dorcas Society and
the theatre management. Furth
er announcement will appear
Strawberries & Cake
Everyone is invited to attend
the strawberry social to be given
liy the Sunday School of the Mt.
Zion ahurch, Tuesday evening,
..June 8th. Admission 15c.