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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1915)
IN H A B IT A N T IS R IG H T U P TO D A T g ~ ~ )
OBACCO satisfied—a clean, small
chew. It’s the Real Tobacco Chew.
So satisfying and comforting that men
are glad to hear about it. And then
when they’ve found it their next impulse
is to see that their friends get the good
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco—seasoned
and sweetened just enough—cuts out so much of the
grinding and spitting.
REAL TOBACCO CHEW IS N O W C U T T W O W A Y S »
B CUT IS LONG SHRED. RIGHT-CUT IS SHORT SHRED
T ake lesa than one-quarter the old size chew. It
will be m ore satisfying than a mouthful of ordinary
tobacco. Just take a nibble of it until you find the
strength chew that suits you, then see how easily and
evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies,
how much less you have to spit, how few chews you
take to be tobacco satisfied. T hat’s why it is The
Real Tobacco Chew. T hat's why it costs less in the end.
T he taste of pure, rich tobacco does not need to be covered up. A a
excess of licorice and sweetening makes you spit too much.
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
((N otice h o w the sa lt brings
oat the rich tobacco l i s l e . l l
WETMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, SO Union Squire, New York City
^B U Y FROM DEALER 0 R 5 END 105 STAMPS TO U.*Q
Panama Canal Tonnage
C'RIVG FCR LAMBS.
Y oungsters Should Be Docked Early.
Feeding Weak! nga.
Ordinarily >t youutr lit tub requires
very little attention but there tire al
ways some that are wi ik or Income
chilled, and if they arc not looked aft
er many of them will die Ou'fe fre
quently a lanfb needs to |>e hell up to
ret its first meal, and after that It w II
he I) right and able to help Itself,
where If it were not hel|»ed t<> the first
me 1 1 it would have died without even
nursing at all Occasionally it is tn*c-
es air;.* to start n la rah on a bottle, and
one suitable for the purpose should l>e
kept on h.iud.
Lambs t*vit come very early in the
spring often tret chilled before they
become dry When s o e .*ly chilled
the best way to warm them is to Im
merse them in warm water as hot as
one can stand on the bare arm Af'er
Immersing wrap the lamb in dry clot’:»
and keep covered until dry If lambs
are very weak they may l e^t be fed
the first few times from a bottle, tak
ing cure that tlie mill: is rt a tempera
ture of about 100 degrees Fahrenheit
when fed A few drops of pure alco
Lurn oer______ ......868,000 ft. hol
in the milk will act as a bene-
Westbound the total tonnage, flctul put stimulant
all from New York, was 7,811 All lambs should be docket when
from ten »lavs to two weeks old For
tons, consisting principally of dockhi'f
a sharp kr.lTe or a pair < f
iron and iron articles, but includ hot sharp use pincers.
Docking with the
ing also large consignments of hot pincers Is the most s itlsfnctory
and humane v ay. as the h »t Iron tends
to sear over the v.o .nJ. and there Is
much less bleeding than when the
Christian Church Notice
flock:»;; Is done with a knife The
There will be no services at stump of tile tail should be left nbmt
in h long Docking iambs should
the Christian Church next Sun one
neglected, as the market Invari
day as the congregation has been ably discriminate*
against lambs with
invited to attend the all day Com- l•*ll,; tails.—North Dakota
munity Service at the Mt Zion Station
The following statement shows
the shipments from Portland (lur
ing the month of May, 111 "»,
which moved via the Panama
Canal, to New York, Boston and
General M^vhandise......... 109
Canned Salmon___________ 283
Flour _________________ 2,On3
Cross Arms........................... 19
Cascara _____ _________... 6
Box Shooks. _____________ 77
Sulphate of Potash_______ 203
Total ............................... _5,961
church, it is hoped that mem Will and Walter Douglass, of
bers of the Church and Bible Eagle Creek, made a trip to Port
School will accept this invitation. land
N ovel M a n u factu rin g Exhibit at M ar
v elo u s Exposition
Full of Snap and Go
Comfort, Power and Speed
Timken Bearings Throughout
Noiseless, Self Starter
Everything you need, and you do not have to leave the seat.
A demonstration anytime gladly given.
J. R. Morrow, Prop.
LLUSTRATION shows one of the Interesting exhibits in the Palaie of
Manufacture* af the Panama-Pacific Infernarlonal Exposition. San Fran
cisco This typifies the realism that dominates the whole exhthltlve ton#
of the great Expoaltlon The harvester and model hot*** are complete
li* every detail Be aure to visit San Francisco this summer