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TII15 lKNI HUIJiKTIN, HKN1, OKB WKDNKHDAY, DKCKMIIKK MO, 1014.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(Specie, to Tho Bulletin.)
(lAIDI.AV, Dec. 28. Mm. J. Loo
loft Saturday mornlnR for Art'orw,
Orcffon to upend about six wookB via
Ring rolatlves and friends.
Mr.: and Mr. John Stile nnd son
Bpent n few days In Laldlaw nt Christ
Mr. a8d Mm. Dan Smith spent
Xmas day In Ucnd.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Stanford will leavo
tho latter part of the weak for thotr
former home In Portland. Mr. Stan
ford will complete hto work with the
T. t. P. tho last of Decombor.
Mr. FIMIa reports great suceowi an
lil httnttaK trip, bringing home a
la rice number of duck.
A. J. llartor, who has boon away on
Imtlnofts several weeks, haa returned
Her. A. O. Walker nnd famtly of
Alfalfa spent Christmas day In Laid
law, attending the bis dinner at the
(Special to Tho Bulletin).
WKST M1LL1CAN, December 28.
Tho homesteaders of tho West End
of tho vnllov woro entertained at din-,
nor by II. P. Dyer nt his homestead
on Xtnas dny. Thoso present woro
Krncst and Elmer Dyer of Junlpor
Hill and Edabort Dyer of Covan,
Washington, John 12. Johnson, Jacob
Sheror and Miss Janet Williams of
Mllllcnn. After dinner Kdsfiort Dv
or entertalnod tho company with
some flno violin music.
Xmns night was spent by tho homo
ateadcra al a danco nnd 'supper nt
tho Jaek OlnpnrTn home. A large
crowd puhprod Hioro nnd nil enjoy
ed tho old tlmo danens.
Iloopor Dyor wont to Ilond Sun
Sam Roboekor has a full house nt
hi stopping plRoo all these cold
MIm Alta CI In nan and Hooner D-
I at WIiIa VwtttH thn imltnw tr fttt Mil
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dell nnd aon woro ,lwm J)oat omcoo ,Mt T)IM,,nv e'Mt.
Laldlaw visitors Saturday and Sua
Mrs. Stagman and sons nro spend
Injr their vnoatlon nt tholr ranch.
Fred Wilson and Mrs. MInta How
ard took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
MnkstnK on Xmas.
The Community Dinner at tho hall
was a grand success, thero bolns a
largo crowd and plenty of tempting
goodies. A small crowd also gather
ed In tho evening for games, dancing,
About tho best Xmas exorcises evor
given, hero were thoso at tho elturch
Christmas day by tho school chlldron.
Tho operetta was directed by Prof.
Lee, and proved a great succoss In
.every way. tho children showing tal
ent both In singing and recitation.
Besides tho operetta, soveral tota
rendered songs and reettatlons. all
doing vory well
terlng invltntlona to tho Ollagan
dance Xnma night.
Alva Klllpntrlck and wife wont lo
Kedmond Saturday. Bert Woodwnrd
moved tholr household goods to Qui
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
PINBHURST. Dec. 2S. Mr. nnd
Mrs. G. W. Snyder went to Ilond on
O. II. Spaugh and Mr. Wynatt woro
L Fiend visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mchol nnd children
went To Laldlaw Saturday.
Mr. Snndol was a buslnoss caller at
Mr. noot'a Thursday.
A mooting was held at tho school
honn Saturday night and n literary
- . H.m.in aorlntv nnrnnlznd. Tho fnllnwlnir nf.
UUIUfi tuif well. mim '"J uuii,.i.so, . - -- ,, ' ..
oamo tho Xmas tree, with Its candy, fleers were elected: presldonr. C. II.
nuts and oranges for every boy andlSpauKh: vlco presldont. L. H. Root:
flrl present, and gifts brought In secretary. Mrs. Wlmor: treasurer,
nntai pack, too. Tho church wnalM's. Nichols- sergeant at rms. I. R.
nill to Its full canaelt.v nnd aUlWImer: bulletin editor. Orover Me-
arareed they had a genuine "Merry
Several Laldlaw young people nt-
Allster: program committee. Miss
Kdna Root. George Root Bad George
Reed. Meetings will be held on tho
tended the danee In Ueqd on Xmas second and fourth Sundava of each
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
8ISTBRS. Dec. 28. J. W. Donnls
and wlfo and P. T. Rublo were visi
tors In Redmond Wednesday.
Guy Dobson nnd II. A. Schneider of
tho Redmond Bank of Coramerco
were transacting business In Sisters
the middle of tho week.
M. Bailey returned tho last ot the
week from a business and pleasure
month. Tho next mooting will be
hold on January 9. 191R-
Mrs. Anderson mndo n business
trln to Bend Tuodv.
Mr. nnd Mrs. McAlistor wont to
Mrs. 0. W. Snydor culled on Mrs.
Ayera Sundav nfternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich wero Lald
law visitors Friday afternoon.
L. II. Root went to Laldlaw on
Mr. and Mm. Reed went to Bend
on business Friday.
Tho people of this community
hnvo organized a Christian Endeavor
spending hor vacation nt her homo nt
Miss Ruth Bayley called on Kdna
Root Saturday nfternoon.
The re-election ot onicors In tho
Sunday school was hold Sunday for
tho next quarter, tho following woro
elected: superintendent, Mrs, Nichols,
assistant superintendent, Gilbert
DloUlch, socrutnry Kdna Root, treas
urer, Ruth Bayley, organist. Mrs. I.
K. Wlmor, librarian, Miss Ivy Buy
der, toachora Blblo class, Mr. Diet
rich, young peoples clnsii, Mrs. Gil
bert Dlotrlch, Intermediate class, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Nichols hnvo moved
to tholr ranch In. 8unnyslde to spoud
a week during vacation.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
OLOVUKDALH, Deo. 28.S,
Gottor of HmorprlBo visited
brother, John, Christmas evo
a tnlofirum calling him oast on limi
ne. 0. J. Host mailo n trip to Ilond last
wcok, stopping nt Brookings to do
Bomo carpentorlng work,
J. II. Unsslor had nn addition built
to hla houso for tho post olllco.
Pnul Brookings haa boon hauling
fcod from Btnuffor.
T. 0. Kwlng hnulod nomo feed from
Stnuffor one day Inst weuk.
Thn Jaek rnbblts nro nil Hocking
to this valley, Wo should hnvo n
bounty on rabbits tn Lnkn county
llnrnoy county hns n bounty of tlvo
cents, why not got busy nnd destroy
trln to Portland
ine receni com snap provra nw SocIety. Kveryone ia cordially Invlt
barvest for Ico users In Sisters. Air e(J to ntten(1
Ico house In town are well Ailed jind wmor M'ynatt wan a Laldlaw vis
many of the farmers have put up Ico ltor 8aturaar
lor summer uno. j Lols Dietrich ot Idaho Is visiting
1'. u. jouiuuu, ui ncuiuvuui " t,i- -.-.. iir- --a hm n ir nii
over the middle of the week looking. r,rh7,t thi.'ninVn '
A number or Plnehurst people at
tended the Christmas tree and prog
ram given at Deschutes on Thursday
night. A vonr onjoyablo time waa
nfter business Interests.
Carl Woods returned tho middlo
of tho woek from a trip to the Wil
.Mrs. M. liaiiey was a vmuur ul iud ; -nnn.-,i .r .ji
Allendale ranch, on tho Motollus tho -ro"e" ?.
middlo of the week
Mr. anu Mrs. Avers ana miss ituin
lamo or mo ween. Bayley wero In Bend Wednesday do-
Jos. Graham, of Waplnltln, return-' .',.,. fihr,,tm.. .hnnnlne-.
Mr. nnd Mrs. u. W. Rnvdor wero
guests of Mr. and Mrs. McAlistor on
ed Sundar after spending sovoral
days visiting with relatives In this
At a meeting called for tho pur
pose of selecting a delegate to the
Oregon Irrigation Connrcss. to !hj
held 'in Portland on January 7, 8. 9.
J. P. Duckett was chosen as such
dolegate. It Is probable that one or
two othors will attend from Sisters.
They will go ns delegate from tho
Cleverdale Council Club.
W. II. May haa moved to Sisters
for tho winter.
The entertainment and Christmas
tree arranged by the teachers and
pupils of tho Slstora school was a
prand success. Those having tho af
fair in hand are deserving of more
than ordinary credit.
M'ss Inex Pullerton was a visitor
In Slstora for a few days last week.
Gus Arenson.ls In Portland and
Seaitlo on a combined ploasure and
C. R. Powolson of Portland. Is vis
iting at the borne of J. O. McKlnnoy.
J. O. MoKlnney and family spent
Christmas at tho Pulllain home, at
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wurzwellor
were visitors In Sisters Christmas.
Ray Gerklng of Laldlaw. was a
Ohr!stm visitor In Sisters at a well
known CInvnrdale farm.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Duckett are In
Rmlmond for a short stay.
Mrs. M". Hlodmsn returned Sundav
from a two week's visit In I'oriiana
Skiing parties have been oulto
popular during the past week. Many
are enjoying the sport and many
more enjoying the experience of tho
J. II. Minor, who hns sold more
fnrms In the Sisters soctlon than all
other real estate dealers comblnod,
was over from Bend Sunday with a
nartv who la looking for Investment.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Updike suont
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. u.
Davidson, at tho Bailey place.
The Gist Hotel was tho scene of a
family reunion on Christmas. Mr.
nnd Mrs, C. iT Gist having entertain
ed oil members of the family at a
Tho dinner and Christmas program
on Thursday was attended bv a large
erowd who report a splendid time
The program gven by tho school wss
fine and thn children were agreeably
surprised bv receiving a nice treat
from their teacher. Mrs. Delia Nich
Miss Nolllo Snyder of Bend Is
brothers had not mot for several
14. L. Waldron atruck o. good flow
of water on his place at six feet.
Mr. Arnold and wlfo and C. Carson
nnd wire woro guests ot Mr. Gist's
Mr. and Mrs. Jantm IS. Rood and
Mr. and Mrs. Brnest Smith nnd baby
of Bond nto turkey with tho Wal
dron 'h Christmas.
Clydo Johnson and family wero
tn attendance nt tho Slstora dnnco on
K. L. Waldron took a load ot hoga
to Redmond Monday.
Soveral nro hauling hny to Lald
law from Cloverdalo alfalfa Is sell
ing readily at $0 a ton.
Tho Cloverdalo Christmas program
was very much enjoyed. Especially
tho Sautn Clans stunts.
Frod Wolso and family nnd G.
Cyrus and (nrally woro entertained
nt a Christmas .dlnnor at tho home ot
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gyrus npont
Christmas with Mrs. Cyrus' pnronts,
Mr. nod Mrs. Seogglus. They woro
entertained Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Kline woro dlnnor
guests of the Rlvetta for Christmas.
O. Scott and wife dined with tholr
sou Andy, on the 26th.
Mr. Cyrus, Sr., has go no to Prlno
vllle for a week's visit.
Word" from Mr. Wilcox, teacher nt
Cloverdalo sohool, conveys the sad
nows that his mother took cold whllo
attending his slstors funeral nnd died
loavlag him and his father nlone. Ho
la not suro whether ho can return to
take up his toachlng.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
STAUFFER, Doc. 23.- Tho weath
er here has boon exceptionally cold
tho past week, tho thonnomoter reg
istering 25 below zoro. Old timers
say It Is tho coldest 1th as been In
years. ... ,,
Gus McLouth is moving onto his
Harloy Ycck got his earn frozen
one day last week.
C. J. Stnuffor Is doing some work
on his house.
Fred Overall attended a dance at
Butte last Saturday night.
Jack Smith and wife nnd Porry
Hartoon has boon visiting friends at
Mr. Pratt is digging a well on his
Mr. Hosch brought In flfteon bush
els of potatoes and they wero all
frozen on tho road from Bend.
Ban Rhodes Is doing some fonclng
James Curran Is expected back
from California tho lost or this
Geo. Mcbror haa boon expecting
(Special to The Bulletin)
rOWHLt. BUTTE, Dec. 28. Fun
nrnl service for tho Infant daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bussott wero
hold nt tho Shepard school houso on
Most Ot our 0. C. II. 8. students
arrived homo Wednesday prepared to
enjoy tholr ton day's holldny vacation
to tho fullest oxtont.
Miss Jnno Allen came out from
Prlnovlllo Thursday for n holldny vis
It on tho farm.
Mrs. Joo Shearer and small daugh
ter Ruth went up to Bund Woduosdkv
evening to enjoy n Xmnn visit with
the grnndpnronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns.
Orowller and family. Mr. Shearer
Joined them for Xmas dlunor.
Mr. nod Mrn. John Snxton came
over from Opal City Thursday for n
Xman visit at tho N. P. Alloy homo.
Llttlo Mnudlo Klsalor, who hns
been qutto III, Is Improving.
It lh reported that Tom Landon has
sold Ms Powoll Butto rami to n Port
land pnrty. . t
Mr. nnd Mr. Fox nnd family cf
Tfrobonno and Mr. -.ml Mn. W. T.
Smith nnd fnmlly wnro guests nt tho
V. O. Humphrey homo for Xmas din
ner. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kinder nnd
daughter, Mrs. Anna Hoot go r, of
Redmond and Mr. and Mts. Ooorgn
Klsalor nnd family enjoyed Xmns
dlnhor with Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk
KissloY. , , , ,
Oconto Elslor hns tvmlod lln plnco
hero to Mr. Gray of Redmond for it
farm In Wyoming nnd will lonvo soon
for his now home.
A. II. Rhodo wnn it dlnnor nuest nt
THE WHITE IS
Tho 1IESX nil-round Family
Sowing Mnchlno that can
liu produced. Mndo In both
KOTAUY nnd VIBRATOR
atylus. Tho rolnry mnkvs
both LOCK und CHAIN
stitch. Tho latest up to
tho minute steel attach
ments with onch mnchlno.
Sold on ensy pnymonU.
Sond nnmo nnd address for
our bonutlful II. T. cntu
While Sewing Machine Co.
519 MorclmntH National Rank Rldir
Snn Krnnclnco, Cnllfornln
tho Truostlnjo homo on Xmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Mlllor Ot Red
mond emtio out Wednesday to attend
tho IIUHsott baby's funornl.
Mr, East from northern Wnnhlugt
tog, who Is mopping at tho Montgom
ery homo, Is favorably Impressed with
UiIh locality and will prolmhly buy
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Mooro enter
tallied nt dinner Xmnn day. IIohMoh
thn Immodlntu fnmlly Mr. and Mrs.
10. L. 1 verso n nnd Mr. Benson woro
Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Ynles nnjoyod
(Continued on pngo 0.)
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"For Rent," "For Halo," "Room
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etc., PlnrnrilM printed In largo typo
on lifrtvy brlstoi board, in rem ecn,
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WK WISH VOU ALL A
Happy niiil I'rtiNiKMiiiirt New
Yrnr. Tlmiik you one nnd
nil fur your putninngo In tho
wu.(, nnil n Invito you to
luaprct OUR MIW HTOIH.'
AND Gin.' A(Xil'AINTKI)
with our ni-:v piucivrt.
P. B. Johnson
OH I WON.
(Spectnl to Tho Bulletin)
PRY LAKR. Dec 18. F. Brown
has keen hnlplog Mr. Alexandria haul
wijod for the wlntor during the past
JUi Thoroela Oarske spent a very
Mleasant week visiting at tho home of
Sir and Mrs. Alexandria.
Charles Ivey was a Buck Creek
' Visitor thlB week, -b.,
BUI PaiiBch fromlljjox spent Sun
flay visiting friend's at Ppterson
fanh. . . .. .
John PauVch from Ibex visited
.friends hero Sunday.
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