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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1917)
George Kitching o f Currinsville
was thrown from a horse and
badly trampled by the fractious
I animal. George is still on the
damaged list, but expects to be
abtout in a lew days.
Elmer Davis at first refused to
go to Calton last Saturday to buy
a predigreed Jersey calf, for fear
I some one Garfield voter might be
overlooked by the division peti-
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For a time Lou Baker, the pop-
j ular Eagle Creek blacksmith felt
W a n ts your Patronage
I kind o f lonesome with his Cascade
County petition, but after the
Friday meeting in Estacada, he)
found he was among friends again
with B. F. and the rest of the
crowd all plugging for a ‘ ‘county
o f our own. ”
Meats & Produce
o f all kinds.
F red Jorg,
James F. Gibson, the beloved
patriarch o f Barton, who is now j
in his 91st year, has been confined
to his bed o f late, but lastrepor.s
indicate an improvement, with
the old gentleman able to sit up
in his easy chair, where he visits
with sons, all of whom are devot
edly aiming to make his declining
years as pleasant as possible.
For E ggs
P ro p rie to r
Phone Main 83.
bstacada, O re g o n
E N y o u gentlem en get together at y ou r
W H lodge
m eetings, s o m e b o d y is pretty sure to
start the little p o u ch o f W -B C U T up the line
for his brothers. It’s conducive to brotherly feeling.
There is gratitude for the rich tobacco that makes a
little nibble go so fa r and for the touch of salt that brings
out the tobacco satisfaction without so much jaw work,
M.d. kr WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Umoi Squrc, New York City
ELECTING A P R E S ID E N T .
P o w i r o f C o n g re ss to D eal W ith El#»o«
tora l C o lleg e R etu rns.
Fishing and Hunting Licenses
The electoral commission established
:he precedent that coMgr.css should not
Subscriptions Taken To All
seek to go behind ceitilh ates regularly
submitted by recognized, state govern
ments. Thut principle is also embod
ied in the Edmunds law of 1887, which
defined and enlarged the power of con-
Ammunition and Fishing Tackle,
gftss tr> deal with electoral college re
•A-1- " T "
Kodaks and Supplies
This act directs that If any state
shall have provided by law before the
selection o f electors for the final deter
♦ + ♦ + + ♦ + * ♦ + + + + + + 4 + ♦
»dilution of contests regarding their
appointment the state’s decision shall
be final unless the regularity of the
* Why have a leaky hot water bag?
state’s action is questioned by both
houses o f congress.
♦ The Sahara Therrnor metal waterless hot bottle
If two or more returns arc received
♦ stays hot for twelve hours.
Let us show you
thq.se rujes govern:
+ this wonderful invention, based on the same
FIfot.—If the state shall have deter
mined that the votes forwarded In one
+ principle as the thermos bottle, only containing
no water. You should have one in your home.
the returns were given regularly
♦ those votes shull he counted.
Second.- If two authorities, each
claiming regularity, shall both have de
* termined that the different sets of
4 » ♦
* ♦ + voters were regularly cast then con
gress must decide which set shall be
+ + + + ♦ + + + +
Third.—if the state shall have made
no determination, then congress shall
be free to determine. But if the houses
cannot agree the votes o ’ those electors
whose appointment Is certified by the
governor shall be counted.
The general purport o f the act is to
recognize the right of congress to de
clde all disputed qne. tions In regard 1 »
the counting of electoral votes which
the state has not decided or has de
cided Irregiiiarly.—New York Tribune
THE U N I V E R S A L
The new Ford cars are up-to-the-minute in appearance,
with large radiator and enclosed fan, hood with full
streamline effect, crown fenders front and reao,black fin
ish with nickel trimmings a.snappy looking car and with
all the dependable, enduring and economical qualities that
have made the Ford “ The Universal Car” .
One fact is
worth more than a ton o f guesses. Ford cars are selling
from five to ten over any and all other cars, simply be
cause they give mofe satisfactory service, last longer and
are easier to operate and cost less to maintain and
there’ s no guessing about the reliability o f Ford Service.
Touring Oar $350.
On sale at
E S T A C A D A
f. o. b. Detroit
G A R A G E
The Estacada Pharmacy
Drake & Mauck
126 Fourth Street
349 Washington Street
PORTLAND, - OREGON
Mrs. Clema Richards o f Stan
field. Oregon visited at the home
o f her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Harkenrider o f Estacada this
week, returning home Tuesday.
T h e r e is m o re C a ta rrh in th is se ctio n
o f the c o u n try th a n a ll o th e r d i s e a s e s
put to g e th e r, and f o r y e a rs It w a s s u p
p osed to b e In cu ra ble.
D o c to r s p r e
s crib e d lo ca l rem ed ies, and b y co n s ta n t
ly fa llin g to cu re w ith lo c a l treatm ent,
p ro n o u n ce d It In cu ra ble. C ata rrh is a
lo ca l disease, g r e a t ly Influen ced b y c o n
s titu tio n a l co n d itio n s an d th e r e fo r e r e
q u ire s c o n s titu tio n a l trea tm en t. H a i L ’s
C ata rrh Cure, m a n u fa ctu re d b y F. J-
C heney ft Co.. T o le d o , O hio, is a c o n s t i
tu tio n a l rem ed y, ’Is ta k e n in te rn a lly
and a cts thru th e B lo o d on the M ucous
S u rfa ce s o f the S ystem . Ohe H undred
D o lla rs re w a rd is o ffe re d fo r a n y case
that H a ll’ s C ata rrh C u re fa ils to cu re.
Send f o r cir c u la r s and testim on ia ls.
F J. C H E N E Y ft CO.. T o la d o , O hio.
S old b y D r u g g ists. 76c.
H a ll’s F a m ily P ills f o r co n stip a tio n .
W e çylppreciate
your past patronatre
and hope for a
Continuance o f the Same
k oreòon a
Mrs. I. D. Wright o f Estacada
Mr. and Mrs. A. Burdett of
Canada are visiting at the Albert entertained a few friends at a
Kitching home and among other delightful dinner party last Fri
relatives in the Currinsville dis day evening.
Leroy I). Walker o f Portland
Bob Morton o f Portland, spent was an Estacada business visitor
Sunday at the parental home in in the interests o f the bank, last