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THK IIK.NI KUIiLKTIX, IlEND, OniJOOX, WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMBEIt 37, 1010
(Special to Tim Hullctln)
SI5TKI18, Don. 2G. Not In re
rout yearn have tho ppnplo of Hlstors
boon fnvoied with a moro IntcroBt
Inj? Chrimninn proKram than that
rendered at tlio Presbyterian church
Sunday evening. Tho program was
made up of appropriate songs, mus
ical selections, recitations by tho llt-
tlo onos, a trco, a Santa claus and
iin nbuiidiiiico of randy, nuts and
other nri'HOiits. Among the most
popular featiiics of the entertain
ment were tho songs by tlio Hrady
brolhors and tho musical selections
by Kopang'n orchestra. Tho affair
reflects groat credit upon tho com
mltteo appointed by tho Sunday
school and composed of Mrs. John
Taylor, MIhh Muriel Kdmondson,
MlflH Aldft Taylor nnd Miss lues Mc
Klnnoy. To thorn belongs the crcd
it of getting out all tho latent local
talont hb woll an discovering and
bringing forward somo musical abil
ity from among our visitors. Tho
following was tlio piogram, given
before n full house:
Singing by tlio audience, led by
the choir; prayor and opening re
marks by tho pastor; recitation,
"Christmas Time," by Vino Stold
liam; musli: by choir, recitation, Ar
nold Ilrady; duet, Dorothy Taylor
and Johnnie Taylor; recitation, Nol
llo Kumwnll; violin solo by Nolso Ko
pang accoinpanleil by Mrs, Kd. Spado;
recitation, l.ol.i ('apron; "A Letter
from Santa Clans." by Dorothy Tay
lor; duet, Ilrady brothers; "A Let
ter to Santa Clans," by Klmor Orn
liain; vocal solo by Muriel Kdmond
won; musical selection by Kopnng's
orcliostra; radiation, Thelma Zum
walt; duet, Muriel Kdmondson nnd
Alda Taylor; recitation, by Wolma
wrmHtrong; violin duet, Nolso Ko
pnng and Davo Mlllor; song, Vino
Steldhain, Thclmn Zumwnlt, John
Hlo Wilson and Dorothy Taylor;
Hong, "When the Frost Is on tho
I'umpkliiH," by Ilrady brothers.
Tho following people from Sis
ters attended the Christmas celebra
tion In Clovordalo Saturday even
ing: Mr. and Mrs. F. U Shaw, Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. It. Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
M. McKlnnuy nnd daughter, Kllilu
Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Kd Spoo.
Undo John Fryronr was In town
last week on crutches. Undo John
Is Buffering Trom a severe uprnln
caused by n fall.
Frank I,dthousor was n husjness
Visitor In Ucdmoud last week.
Quito u number of Clovordalo
jeoilo attended the Christmas on
tircises In Sisters Christmas evening.
Among thoso present wore Vem
Skulton, Mr. and Mrs. A. Temple
ton, Dean Van Matre, Miss Idoll Mil
lar, Floyd Orubo, Miss Maud (Iruhe,
Alvlu Van Matre and Mr. and Mrs.
MrB, F. A. I'edunult, who Is liv
ing in Ilend, is visiting her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs, P. J. I.olthauscr, of
Miss Thelma Cobb, who has been
nttoudiug tho Redmond high schonl,
Is Hiumdlns (ho (Mirlstiuas vacation
with hur parents, Mr. and
Mis. A. Ilrady and sons, Arnold
wild Alvlu, aro spending tho Christ
mas holidays nt the homo or Mrs.
Jlrady'H patents, Mr, and Mrs. M.
.McKlnuoy, of this place.
Mr. Hays, of Ilodmnud, attended
tho Christmas exeicises held In the
Presbyterian ill in ill Christmas eve.
llov. J. Kdward Illalr came over
from Heilmond and olllclnted at tho
Kls.ters ChrlstmaH exercises,
Miss Kthel Vincent, who has been
attending tho Redmond high school,
Is spending tlio Christmas vacation
at tho homo of her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. K. Vincent, of this place,
(Ion, Wilson was u recent visitor
lit Redmond and I'rlnevlllo this
Mr. I.oukmlltor, who has been
working In llend, was In tnwo Sat
urday. Tho people horn qulto gennrnlly
express their satisfaction with tho
governor's appointments to tho now
Mrs. Frank '.uiuwoU Is serious
ly 111. Dr. Hobblus Is In attend
ance. Herman Seaman la hauling lum
ber to Torrdionno for tho J, 1'.
Duokott l.umltor company.
Miss Tilly Davidson, one of tho
(anchors In the local school, Is
wpwiilliiK tho holidays with hur pur
Milts at Hood Rlvor.
(Spuolal to Tho Ilullutlu)
MH.UCAN. Doe. 25. Mrs. llar
noy Conwny went to Hand with P.
II. Johnson Monday, returning tho
Frtuik l,oo and It. IX. Keller call
ed nt tho Dyer homo, near Horse
Mrs. Johnson ami hur two child
ren, Vera ntul Lawrence, aro vlslt
itiB with hur father, Mr. Dyer. Ono
of nor children has boon very sick
tho past weuk, but Is bettor at this
writ I UK
Mr. and Mrs. 1. 1. Owon roturnoil
from I'rlnovlllo .Thursday. Tho lat
ter attended teachers' Institute
whllo there. Mrs. Owen enmo homo
sick nnd Is still on tho sick list.
During Mr. nnd Mrs. Owen's ab
sonco their little daughter. Char
lotto Ann, who remained with her
grandmother, Mrs. Charlotte Owen,
was very III, but Is greatly Improved
at tho present time.
Mrs. Geo. Roberts nnd her little
daughter Florence havo been sick
for tho past week.
Mrs. Van Clovo nnd Rim Ralph
and Mrs. Norton also have been sick
with tho grip.
Tho Clovongors nnd Mrs. Rooney
nro on tho sick list at tho present
1 1 ino.
., J. J. Holland wont to Itcnd with
turkeys and chickens Wednesday,
returning Friday, Ho also Is on
tho sick list since his return.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Loo Rooney moved
hnck on to their homestead last
Win. Todd went to Uend to spend
I.eo Tnuschor loft for Ilend Frl-
day, leaving thoro Friday evening
for Portland to spend the holidays.
Kdward Norton, from Ilend, Is an
ovor Chrlstmus visitor nt tho I.eo
On nccouut of tho illness of Mrs.
I. L. Owen, tho program that was
to havo been glvon by tho school
children at the community Christ
mas troo, was postponed. Neverthe
less tho tree was very much enjoyed,
especially by the little folks, gifts
having been sent for tho children
from Ilend, Now York nnd from tho
people In tho community. Candy,
nuts and fruit also wero qulto Im
portant features, with Santa Claus
to dlstributo nil.
Mr, Illnnchnrd, tho agriculturist,
and Mr. Ward, tho poison man, will
ho at Milllcnu Thursday evening,
Dec. 28, .to discuss tho poisoning of
the rabbits and nil fcaturos of spec
ial Interest to this community.
Robert Johnson was quite HI Sat
R. R. Keller has a sick cow.
(Special to .Tho Hullctln)
CLOVKRDALK, Doc. 21. Mr.
Peterson, Mr. Van Matro and Mr.
Peterson's cousin, Mr. Holly, woirt
to Redmond Saturday nnd attended
tho county council,
A crowd of Clovcrdnlo young
folks attended tho Sisters Christmas
entertainment .Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson spent Sun
day afternoon at Van Mutros'.
Mr. Cutllp and Mr. Mlllor wont to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnold and
daughter Frecda, Mr. and Mrs. Ilort
llodsou and daughters Aloltha and
Jaunettn, wero dinner guosts nt tho
Ceo, Cyrus homo Sunday.
Floyd nnd Mnudo .Grubo nro
spending Christmas vacation nt
The Christmas urncrnm was woll
I attended Saturday evening. Thoro
was n good program, aftor which u
treat of candy, peanuts and pop corn
Curtis Christy was tho guest of
Calvin Ilurusldo ovor Saturday night
Vein Skoltou nnd Harold Kline
went up near Sisters Thursday after
spruce houghs to decorate tho school
Rev, lllair preached nt tho school
house Sunday afternoon. He will
hold services at tho school houso ev
ery other Sunday afternoon.
largo crowd of Slstors peoplo
attended tho Christmas entertain
ment Saturday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurling went to
Mr. and Mrs. (Iroen Uoard left
for the vnlloy Wodnesdny.
Curtis Christy, who has been to
Prlnevllle taking tho teachers' ex
aminations, enmo homo Saturday.
(Special to Tho Hullctln)
HAMPTON nUTTB, Dec. 20.
Gabriel lltitontl has gouo to Silver
Crook to get some rye seed.
Miss llotha C! rah am Is attending
teachers' Institute at Prluovlllo this
llomco Brookings made a trip to
Wngontlro tho Unit of tho wcok to
get somo cattle which ho purchased
. Mr. and Mrs. Jliiuiilo' llrlckoy
mudo a business trip to Ilend yes
terday, returning today.
Tom Cowon, of Lost Crook, pass
ed through hero yesterday with a
hunch of cattle which ho had
Vie Johnson was a guest of C.
Hlniimn last Tuesday.
J. M. llrlckley was a business vis
itor hero yesterday.
Paul Brookings Is spending his
vacation with his parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. 11. Brookings.
1). Whltakcr tho first part of tho
Vv'm. Kobortson and nort McokB
mndo a business trip to the Van
Lako ranch last Monday. v
Horace Brookings lost a cow last
ONE CENT A WORD Is all a little
Want Ad will cost you.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
LOWER BRIDGE, Dec. 2C L.
A. Hunt nnd family aro spending tho
holidays nt Oakland, Oregon, with
l datives and friends.
The Christmas treo and muslcnl
program at tlio school houso on Sat
urday evening wns much enjoyed by
all. At tho closo of tho program
Santa Claus came down tho chlmnoy
In regulation dress and pack, and
dispensed candy nnd nuts in abun
dance, much to tho delight of tho
Miss Naomi Hnsklns, who Is at
tending tho university, camo home
uccompanled by hor grandmothor
Hnsklns to spend tho holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. E. Mitchell enter
tnlncd on Christmas day Mr. C. W.
Clopp, Mrs. Harrington nnd son
Dougall, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Kotz
man. 1). Hunt ontortulnod Jerry Grosz
krugor and others on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller enter
tained nt dinner also' on Christmas
day the Walter family.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Veddor en
tertained nt dinner Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jerry Groszkruger lost another
calf a fow .days ago, Infected with
The Plndlo family havo moved
from tho Harkins runeli to Redmond
on account of Mr. Plndlo's Illness.
Dnrk Rren hi color and diagonal erK
fabric. tliU youthful suit, io pexerely tail
ored. sr the Hinurtent kind of nil effec
tive trvet outfit A tilting- collar of mole
eltln m.itchee the turban' band, the up
tundliifi top betas ellvery metal lace.
Ntsdad 8oa Turn.
Captalu Luno bud retired from active
pursuit of his beloved culling und bnd
turned his attention to town afratrs.
Having succeeded In rousing tho citi
zens io tho need of u drlnlilns fouutulu
and also to the need of two coats of
pnlut on tho town tyill. Captnln Lauo
felt himself u valued and Important
One day lie was naked by a sojourn
er lit tho town to give his opinion of
tho present administration.
"It's pretty fair," snld tho captain
slowly. "Of vouro there's things that
cbuld'bo different und would bo better
so, but 'on tho whole 'tis pretty fair.
Hut now 111 tell ye I'm spouklug
from experience, you tmderstand--thlnss
t the scut o' go eminent won't
bo run us they could bo ruu till tho
people o' this country make up their
uiliiiN to stop voiifliiliiff their votes to
landlubbers!" Youth's Companion.
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Directory of ch Cltr, Tow md
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Wo can snvo you money.
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Velours In almost Invisible plnlds, dark
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Dark blue vehet cuffs ofTrfet the bruver
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Automatic Feeding Hopper $1.00
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War Captives' Christmas
In German Prison Camp
8 1 91 K ' SB
HWg PRISON K3 MRKIHO HEHRyR7CttRl!miU
Photo by American Press Association.
The three funny looking figures In tho
picture are war prlsoiieM In the hunds of
thu Oermans In ono nt the great enmps
In Germany. They linvo rocclvcd permis
sion from their enptors tn celebrate
Christmas with music nnd fantastic ens
tuiuo nnd arc maklim the best of their
nit plight The three men are British,
Russian und French.
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
We Have Enjoyed
a splendid trade during the last year, and we take
this opportunity to thank our patrons. In our new
quarters wc can better accommodate our trade and
will carry a more magnificent line of jewelry than
ever.. Our watch repairing will hold to the same
standard it has in the past.
With the close of the 1916 year please accept our
wishes for a
PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Myron H. Symons
Watch Inspector O-W.
Automatic Feeding Hopper
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PORTLAND, Doc. 20.uM(h
vory light offering of cattle licr.
day prices ns expected advlr,
from 25 to GO cents on all .?
Ucst steers sold readily at ...
with ordinary kinds down to .
Common grades sold down to 15 L
It was ono of tho liveliest sc ,0n,
hero for n long tlmo, sellers hath,
about their own way, several h
crs being on each lontl. Oood en.
sold at $0.60 with no top t,iurf h" ,'
nlthough they aro being nuotM ..
?7.00, Dulls woro In very good id.
mnml at 25 cents higher prC
Good bolognas sold from $4 no V
a ir. rri. .. 1.... 7 vv 10
v. : , ""'" "U1U uul " ew head
of feeder stuff hero, best fcedlnr
steers bringing ?G,25. A cry iiehi
hog run wus oftored the trade to
day, and n much higher market wai
tho rulo. Prices wero fully 10 t
1G cents higher than lata week',
closo. Tops sold at f 9.85 while th
bulk of good packing hogs brought
?9.GG to ?9.70; pljs sold mostly ,
?8.2G. Thoro woro only a fow head
of sheep hero. Vnlloy sheep have
boon making up nil receipts at
prices fully GO cents higher than a
week ago. Valley lambs nro brinr.
Ing $10.00 for tho best with year.
lings nt $8.50 and owes ?7.25.
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