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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1915)
(h r Jewelry Stock
News Notes From
Mrs. Bert Douglass o f Stever-
!s Mew and Complete
Wash., who has been visit
Dont fail U) Inspect my Stack of
th : past two weeks at
W atches, Clocks, Silverware and Jewelry
the home o f Mrs. Katie Doug
Repairing a Specialty
lass o f E igle Creek, returned
I will be in Estacada—
A '1^- 30th to Sept. 3rd. Sept. 8th, 9th. 10th. home .Sunday with her husband.
Sept. 13th to 18th.
Miss Ora Weaver o f Seattle,
When not here, leave work at Marchbank’s. sister o f Mrs. R. W. Alspaugh o f
Alspaugh, returned home this
week, after a weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Udell o f i
, J Dover weie guests last Saturday I
at the Jas. Gibson home in Eagle
F. E. Beckwith,
are best satisfied by
personally selecting the meats or
poultry for the family table.
can pick out the particular cut or
bird which they wish and see exact
ly that they are purchasing.
We give equally as efficient ser-
sei vice on phone orders or
on orders brought in
by the children.
Cash Paid For E ggs
Latent of Classy H A T S
( T H E R A H C hER FIND S TH E Q OOP JU P Q E O K . OK*COHUN PRUfAf>)
The Currinsville Priscillas, at
\ their last meeting, at the E. S.
¡Shankland home, passed a reso
lution in memoriam o f their late
departed member. Miss Ituth
Cithens. They furthermore had
inscribed on their minutes, the
following beautiful lines, as sym
bolizing the passing o f their
“ 0 not in cruelty
Not in wrath,
The Reaper came that day.
’Twas an angel
Visited the green earth
And took the flowers away.
T take these little lambs,
And lay them in my breast.
Protection they will find in
In me be ever blest.’ ”
Mrs. Eva Saling,
Mrs. Nellie Currin,
Mrs. Marie Eiicksen Heiple. |
“ Tie your bull on the outside
and come on in where the good tobacco
is. Y o u ’ve been wasting your oppor
tunity with unnecessary grinding and
spitting; rest your jaws and content
your soul with a little nibble of the
R ea l Tobacco Chew."
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco—seasoned
and sweetened just enough—cuts out so much of the
It was with lumps In th e ir'
grinding and spitting.
throats that P. F. Standish o f
Fred Jorg, Proprietor
Garfield and the editor, finally I
A S K Y O U P O E A L E P FO p W * B C U T
parted with Bid.
Phone Main 83.
Bill is only a handsome farm j
C H E W IN G T O B A C C O . I T IS T H E N E W
horse, whose team mate died a
R E A L T O B A C C O C H E W -C U T LONG SHPEO.
few weeks ago, but Bill is and
always was "somefchorse,” shar
Take less than one-quarter the old size chew. It
ing the labor and always a faith
will be more satisfying than a mouthful o f ordinary
ful companion from his colt days,
tobacco. Just take a nibble o f it until you find the
strength chew that suits you, then see how easily and
when Phil Standish brought him
evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies,
The English Made Candy
jnto the then new Garfield ranch.
r much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to be tobaooo
Something Entirely New
Bill’ s gone to war. A horse
satisfied. That’ s why it is The Real Tobacco Chew. That’ s why it costs
less in the end.
buyer for the British atmy ad
Full fresh line of
The taste o f pure, rich tobacco does not need to be covered up. Aa.
ded him to his purchase this
excess o f licorice and sweetening makes you spit too much.
Bill will probably b e j
One small chew takes the place o f two big
used in the artillery, where his
chews of the old kind.
1250 lbs. o f horse sense will
((N o t ic e h o w the s a lt b rin g s
greatly strengthen the Allies
oa t the ric h to b a cc o ta ste .JJ
Kodak Supplies • Films and Developers forces.
WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Union Square, New York City
If Bill has to die on the field of
battle, it will be a safe bet that
he wont have been shot in the
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Dunlop o f
Lawyer W. D. Freeman and
back and may the Lord, w h o ;
looks out for all his creatures, be Garfield are leaving within a lew family o f Portland have returned
days for an extended eastern home after spending the summer
kind to Bill.
trip. They expect to be gone on their pleasant farm near Als-
Vermin on Turkey.
until about November 1st. visit paugh.
Vermin are the greatest pests. They
ing friends and relatives in New
Albert Shankland of the 1911
To insure having ALL your books at
■will breed In one nl?ht. If you trk Into
York and Chicago.
the opening o f school, register Sept.
class returned this week from a
hen Is mothering her young raise up !
1st if possible, and leave your list at
The Eagle Creek road crew, summer spent in Alaska and is
the turkey's wlugs and sprinkle some
the Drug Store, so they may be order
sulphur lightly under them, write* e under the direction o f Alex Bak leaving soon to enter 0 . A. C.
ed if there are not sufficient on hand.
corre»iK>ndent o f Farm end Flreolde. er, is making a fill on the road for his second year.
While we cannot extend credit on
Then hen will perspire from the heat
School Books, we will be glad to
o f all the young turkey* and that eul near the Roy Douglass place.
Chester Womer and Leroy
reserve them for you, if you
phur will spread all over the little j Miss Helen Keith o f La Cent- Gard o f E. H. S. 1915, left to
birds and prevent Itoe. Sulphur Is a
wili leave your order early.
good disinfectant, and this method Is e\ Wash., has returned to Esta day for Salem, where they will
much the easier way to dnst your tur eada, where she will continue enter Willamette University on
keys. If you dnst the l!ttle birds twlre j her scho< 1 work as a Senior in
the scholarships awarded to them
a week until thev ran dust themselves
T h e ^G hfjoJU L Store
properly vermin will be prevented
Palace Meat Market
High School Students