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Deschutes Realty Co.
WILL BE CARRIED IN STOCK BY US HEREAFTER.
JOINT SUKVICUS IIUl.l) lll-RU
l.nldlaw and Itcnd Vctcrnnn Honor the
(kcnlon-OM Soldier Tell of
Their llxpcrlcnccn, Children
Decorate (lrcit. '
Lease on no acres of land 24
niles northwest of La id I aw." Sixty
acres in cultivation, 30 acres in
meadow, 20 in winter grain. Water
taxes paid for this year. Also horse,
wagon aad harness. Enquire for
the Carran place.
G. Hamilton, Laidlaw.
If you wish to have your ex
press and light freight come in
along with your letters and daily
papers, have it come in on the mail
line. Tim Cornktt Stack &
STAM.K Co. 25tf
Hand us your subscription.
TUU KOI.I. 01' HONOR.
J. Anthony Mltencll, Mid Illinois Inlty.
llimtmii Cook, Co C, 4htlt low Inlty.
John It. Wood, jth IIII110U Inlty.
Jscoli C. Tliorp, Co K, ijth Kmim Inf.
Joeuhll. Oiu-lll, id Khiim Int. mid CV.
Andtfw MoAlltMcr, 150th Illinois Intty.
John I. Went, Co. A, J9U1 Indians littty.
VhaiiitsTwcct. Co. A, 7th Wis. "Iron It "
IMwnrdSltcrritt, Navsl V. "TrnntMee."
Mrtll C. Awlirev, Co A, S Mo. Mcx.
Iktij 1'. Itoydntoti, 7th MIm, ln(.,C. H. A.
Memorial Day services were held
in Uentl on Sunday, nt the church
and nt the cemetery. Ten of the
old bovs in faded blue and one who
wore the gray were among the par
licipants. After the church exer
cities Mine Host Hunter entertained
the veterans with dinner and cigars
nt the Pilot Butte Inn. At the cem
ctcry special nttention was given to
the grave of Comrade llulmau w
The services at the church organ
at 3 o'clock with a selection phyed
by, the band. After the invocation
by the Kev. E. S. Vox the choir
sang "Hoys of the Old Brigade"
and the Kev. J. A. Mitchell gave
.in old army song, "A Thousand
Years." Mr. Fox delivered the
occasional address. Mr. Mitchell
again sang, the old song "Brave
Boys Are They," and Professor
riironc played n comet solo, "The
Vacant Chair." Brief talks were
made by Comrades Cook, Tweet.
Thorp, Wet, Onetll nnd Boydstou,
who spoke of war time experiences
and commented on the lessons of
the strife. Comrade Oueill gave
special .credit to the women for
their part in the great struggle and
others endorsed the sentiment,
some of tbem speaking a second
time to it. There were also refer
ences to the SpanUhAtncrican war
service and the general opinion ex
pressed was that United States
soldiers fought differentl) then be
cause of the different kind of en
emy bclore them; that in the same
circumstances the troops in the lat
er war would have exhibited the
same valor as in the conflict of
'61-5. Tlicv fought in the best
way to accomplish their purpose.
Teams and automobiles carried a
large number to the cemetery.
There was music by fife nnd drum,
prayer by Rev. J, A. Mitchell, the
song "Tramp, J ramp, imrap uy
the choir, appropriate remarks by
Mr. Mitchell and a selection by the
band, after which the children dec
orated the graves. The only sol
dier's grave in the Bend cemetery Is
tlint ttl Holmnu W, Morrill,
Comrades Cook, Awbrcy, Mc
Allister nnd Iloydston came from
Lnidlnw to participate in the serv
Ice The other veterans live in
STKAYitn From Bend, May 17,
n cteniu-colotcd X)ny, Glass-eyed,
brand on right hip. Address J.
Young, Bend, Or.
MtWkH MNSTHK, i'kOl'it.
I J w-7.f.
VU IIANDLI! UVIIKYTIIINd
I.euva your order with Nick Smith
Wall St., Itcnd
Wall l'per at
N. P. WEIDER
Chrapest and Kent Wall I'apei .Sm-
plet In the county. Get
H. M. COOK
Nw at IthkiIIIc.
DON'T FORGET THAT
HE IS ALWAYS READY
TO GIVE PROMPT AT
TENTION TO ORDERS
FROM BEND PEOPLE.
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
J, It. WUNANUY
P. I.. I1UNTUN
Central Oregon Automobile Company
WENANDY-BUNTEN AITOMOIHLK CO.
between Shnulko, Madras. Redmond and Bend nnd nil
interior points. For further Information write
Central Oregon Automobile Co.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGOAOH
FULL LINE OF
Doors, Sashes, Paints, Glass, Ihiildcrs
Hnrdwnrc, Hoofing. Everything yon
need for your new IIon.se or new Store.
N. P. SMITH
May 15-Aug. 15
Special Low Rates for
We will conduct a Summer School a usual during the
months of June, July and August. The following Special low
rates will be In force fioui May 15 to August 15:
TURPIN & WHITSETT
A Full Line of
Furnishings for Men.
Come in and look over our stock and get our prices.
, Just received a new shipment of Men's Work Pants.
Also the largest shipment of GLOVES that EVER
CAME TO BEND.
Turpin & Whitsett
3 mouths Shorthand or Commercial Course f.3$ 00
6 month Shorthand or Commercial Course,- 550 00
3 months Combined Course... , $30 00
6 months Combined Course 65 00
13 months Combined Course $90 00
cost of tuition, the above
Rates by the month quoted
On account of the reduction in
prices arc strictly cash in advance,
During the past year we have had more applications for both
young men and young lady graduates than we could supply.
Young men especially are in constant demand. Hundreds
come here from Eastern schools and take positions which might
as well be secured by young men educated in Tacoma.
Send for catalog and full particulars. Address:
Corner of C and
" Clumtwrof Commerce
TO THE EAST
DUR1NQ 1910 FROM ALL POINTS ON
The Oregon Railroad & Navigatioi Company
Chicago f 72.50
Kansas City , :,, 60,00
St. Joseph- I
St. Paul J
St Paul via Council Bluffs 63.90
Minneapolis direct 60.00
MInneapoILi, via Council Bluffs...., ,' 63.90
Duluth direct 66.90
Duluth, via Council Blults 67.50"
St. I.oula ,,, 67.50
Tickets will be on sale May and and 9th; June and, 17th and 34th;
July 5th and aand; August 3rd; September 8th.
Ten days provided for the going trip. Stop-overs
within limits in either direction. Final return limit
three months from date of sale, but not later than
October 31st. One tgavtbrough California $15.00
additional. . "E3jfllf
Inquire of any 0. R. iKistYW more complete Information.
PORTLAND, WHfAVC OREQON.
Notice is hereby glvlHkfMl
trespass is forbidden oa'tWWiSiaf
ties of the Dcnd TrfaWl &!.
t. ,.- r. . f - . j
urooKR, Dcanion uo, aa,siisiiimi
dumber Co. p T
BEND LODGE No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on or
before the full moon of each
mouth, .Visltlnsr brothers
J, 0. oaviosoNi aor. u, 0. 001, m. w
Rolled and seed barifK l
Kodman Kaucu near SCi
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