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Good S h o e s
You want the BEST in shoes
In buying shoes, you
want good shoes, of good
leather, that will wear
well and look well and
you want to get them
at as small a cost as
In selling1 shoes, we
M ia tu e n d
1 <t/J iu n
have got to sell you
shoes of this quality in
order to build up the
business as we are striv
ing to build it.
Our every effort is
in trying to sell you
shoes of quality.
Come in N O W while our stock is complete
and get the shoes for summer.
EAST CLACKAMAS SUPPLY CO.
“ Your Satisfaction Is Our Success”
With both mills in full operation
- we can supply vour every need in
Special Cut for Home Built Silos
As ever we can fill your wants for
Flour and Feed
of all kinds
The Garfield male quartette,
comprising W. R. and Harry
Reid. A. 0. Whitcomb and F. F.
Standish, has organized perman-
Harvey Gibson of Barton has
received the official nomination
of the Progressive party forcom-
missioner, having received the
highest number of votes, accord
ing to the official count, namely
Claude W. Devore and son two votes.
Malcolm of Estaeada. left Thurs
day for an auto trip to Drain, j John Zobrist of Estaeada. re-
Oregon, expecting to be gone! turned home Saturday from an
''boot four days.
'extended California trip.
Dr. W ells To Be A bsent
Contim ed from page 1
we all enjoy, namely “Go To
Work.” Whatever the future
vocations of the 1916 class, each
and everyone will make a success
in after life, if they continue
along those ines, which have
characterized their efforts in the
past four years of high school,
and with them goes the good
wishes of the people of this com
Of the teachers, the majority
will return to their homes this
w$ek and enjoy their well earned
vacations. Pew changes will oc
cur in next year’s faculty, ex
cepting the hiring of a teacher to
take the place of Mr. Irvine, who
has resigned to study medicine
and the obtaining of a man to
take charge of the newly created
manual training department.
On Wednesday evening at the
Hotel Estaeada the annual ban-
quet of the Estaeada High School
Alumni Association was given,
with Bob Morton acting as toast
Last week Thursday evening,
the high school athletic carnival
on the school grounds attracted
a fair sized crowd. Among the
entertainment features beingsev-
eral good boxing matches, be
tween amateur “ pugs” ranging
from feather to welter weights.
During the afternoon and early
evening a tennis match was held
between Prin. Guthrie, repre
senting the schools and R. M.
Standish representing the com
mon people, with the common
people taking the honors.
On Monday the annual school
picnic occured at the Garfield
Country Club, which was enjoy
ed by all pupils and faculty.
Dr. Lee A. Wells of Estaeada
announces that f r o m Friday
night, June 2nd until Monday
morning, June 12th, his office
will be closed, but appointments
can be made during his absence
through Dr. Adix.
While Dr. Wells did not inform
the editor as to his mission dur
ing his absence, the following is
purely a secret and in case you
tell, be sure to caution your
friends not to tell—
but Dr W ells is going to R osehurg to be
m arried to one of the nicest girls 4 » 4 *
+ 4* etc., etc. (Not ro :m In thts
issue for his full description of th e fu
ture Mrs. W ells )
The News knows that it voices
the sentiments of this commun
ity in congratulating the doctor
on his choice of a life patient and
Estaeada will be ready to wel
come the newly-weds on their
Givens Rides The Goat
As a side attraction in connec
tion with the tine program given
at the Garfield Grange last Sat
urday, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Giv
ens of Estaeada were initiated
into the first and second degrees
of the Grange.
It was a big day for the Gar
field Grange, with E. E. Fav.de
and C. N. McAlister of Portland
delivering instructive and highly
entertaining talks and E. W.
Bartlett of Estaeada speaking on
the subject of the East Clacka
mas County Fair. Several mus
ical selections were enjoyed, in
cluding songs by the Garfield
The Grange is preparing for a
strawberry festival and enter
tainment to be given June 17th.
Mrs. Ida Park is spending a
few days among relatives, while
waiting for the settlement of the
estate of her father the late Ed
A. Eimon is working at the
Violet Granatzki has returned
to her parental home, after a
3 weeks stay with her sister,
Mrs. Ju'ia Lund of Lents. Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bittner
spent several days in Astoria,
last week, looking for a location
for the Plug mill.
Ella Freeman spent several
days at the home of 0. 0. James
of Cazadero, with her sister
A crew of men, under super
visor Elliott are laying a two and
one half mile stretch of plank on
the Clark road that leads to Or
egon City, this road being taken
into District 45 last year.
T h ack eray c re a te d q u ite erro n eo u s
im pressions o f h im self h.v ofteu lu d u lg
lug in irony in th e presence of people
w ho w ere ir»-apal>le of um lerstitn d lu g
it. O ne c u rio u s in sta n c e w hich lie g a v e
w as th is: T la ic k eru y had beeu d in in g
a t th e G arrick a n d w as talk iu g in th e
sm o k in g room u f te r d in n e r w ith v ari
o us clu b a c q u ain tan ce s, o n e of th em
h ap p en in g to h av e left his cig ar case
a t hom e. T h a c k e ra y , th o u g h d islik in g
th e m an. w ho w as a uo.orlous tu f t
h u n ter, good m ttu red ly offered him one
o f his cigars. T h e uiuu accep ted th e
, cigar, b ut. not finding it to his liking,
had th e had ta s te to ra y to T h ack eray .
•*1 say . T h a c k e ra y , y ou w on't m ind m y
sa y in g 1 d o n 't th in k m uch o f th is ci
g a r? " T h a c k e ra y , n o d o u b t Irrita te d a t
th e m an ’s u n g racio u sn ess uud h earin g
In m ind his tu f t h u u tin g predilections,
q uietly resp o n d ed . "Y ou ought to. m y
good fellow , fo r it w as given m e by
a lord.’' In ste a d , how ever, o f d e te c tin g
th e irony, th e dolt Im m ediately a t
trib u ted th e re m a rk to sn o b b ish n ess on
T h a c k e ra y ’s p a rt an d to th e e u d o f
his d ay s w en t ab o u t d eclarin g th a t
T h ack eray h ad b o asted th a t l.e h ad
been g iven a c ig a r by a lord.
In th e b a ttle of M aren g o .W in o m en
p articip ated , a n d o f th a t n u m b er 13.
OOtl w ere killed o r w ounded a ts m t 22
per r e n t
N apoleon th o u g h t M aren g o
his g re a te st victo ry
Fie alw ay s kept
th ro u g h o u t life th e unifo rm he w ore
on th a t day.