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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1915)
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c_A Big Success
That Million Dollar Look
Will be run again
cylt F am ily T h eatre, Sat. Aug. 21st
So many have told us how well they
enjoyed this reel and how instruct
ive and entertaining it is, that we
are going to the expense of produc
ing it again- for the benefit of those
who uid not see it.
A L L around you, m en are
talking about it. Y ou , you r
self, are probably telling your friends
about the Real Tobacco Chew.
No user wants to see his friends go
without it because it gives a man real
tobacco satisfaction and comfort.
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Be Sure To See l!
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East C lackam as Supply Co.
A little chew of pu re, rich, m ellow tobacco—seasoned
ond sw eetened just enough—cuts out so m uch o f the
grinding and spitting.
THE R E A L T O B A C C O C H E W IS N O W C U T T W O W A Y S l J
W - B CUT 1$ I.OHG SH RED RIGHT-CUT IS SH O R T SH R ED
T a k o le ss th a n o n e -q u a rte r th e old siz e c h e w . I t
w ill be m o re satisfy in g th a n a m o u thful o f o ra in a ry
to b a c c o . J u s t ta k e a n ib b le o f it u n til y o u find th e
s tre n g th c h e w th u t su its y o u , th e n see how e asily a n d
e v en ly th e re a l to b a c c o ta s te c o m e s, h o w it satisfies,
h o w m u ch lc".s y o u h a v e to s p it, how few c h ew s you
t i k e to b e to b a c c o satisfied . T h a t’s w h y it is Tha
Real Tobacco Chew. T h a t's w h y it c o sts less in th e e u d .
T h e ta s te o f p u r? , ric h to b a c c o d o e s n o t n e ed to b e c ovt rww u ,'. A u
e x c e ls
L c o tic o a n d s w e e te n in g m a k e s y ou 6pit to o m u c h .
One «mall chew takes the place of two big
ciiewj of uie old kind.
i£No5!ce b o w th e s a lt b rin g s
out tiie r ic h to b a c c o taste. 11
Com plaints R egistered
WEY'IAN ■ Biy rrON COMPANY, 53 Union Sgnnrc, New Ycric City
( b u y F '-tOM DEALER ORSENO
Is the cheapest in the long run
Dodge Bros Automobiles
have the best of materials, workmanship, and comfort. You
start everything—the engine, lights and c a r from the seat. A
starter that starts, lights that light and only a slight finger press
does it. They climb any hill and go up to 60 miles. The DODGE
BROS, have millions back of them and are the oldest automobile
part mfgrs. in the U. S. The DODGE has been tried out under
all severe tests for two years before being put on the market.
REMEMBER that TIMKEN BEARINGS are on the best cars
made and the Dodge has them throughout.
$ 885 .
A demonstration anytime gladly given.
Estacada, O regon
J . R . M orrow, Prop.
The Progress office is in receipt
of many complaints against vari
ous things, but the average com
plainant does not care to be quot
ed in the matter, nor will they
allow their names to be printed
in connection with same, so it is
up to the editor to assume the
Several parties have complain
ed about a black cow of vicious
tendencies, which it is alleged
has chased and threatened to
hook children. If this complaint
is justifiable, the cow should at
least be dehorned, and if that
does not help, the authorities
should impound the animal.
There is also a well in the lot
on the corner of 2nd and Currin
streets, which while having a
coping of worn boards, is open at
the top and is a constant tempta
tion to the neighboring children,
who are playing around it and
dropping stones into the water.
This well should be tightly closed,
especially as the property is un
L . H. B a r d
Estacada, O regon
Cement Sidewalks Plastering
Fire Places Basements
All Work Guaranteed
C elebrate Anniversary
A combination birthdav and
wedding annivsary was celebrat
ed Wednesday evening at the
Kilgore home in Springwater.
Tuesday, August 16th. was the
72nd birthday of Col. J. C. Kil
gore and as the following day
was the 33rd wedding anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Kilgore,
about twenty friends and rela
tives helped celebrate the occas
ion, with feasting, music and
While Mr. Kilgore is probably
72 years old, he certainly does
not look or act it and his many
Farew ell Party
friends hope that he will main
About thirty friends and neigh tain his present youthful appear
bors, headed by Mrs. C. W. Sey ance while celebrating many rep
mour, tendered a farewell party etitions of the day.
last Friday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Geo. Reynolds and daugh
Grandma Barr, who left for
West Virginia with her daugnter ter, Miss Georgia, were guests
last Monday. The party was of Mrs. S. F. Howlett of Eagle
held at the J. V Barr home, Creek last week. Mrs. Reynolds
where dainty refreshments and is Mrs. Howletts’ sister, formerly
1 a pleasant afternoon were en- of Oregon City and Portland, now
a resident of Harrison, Idado.