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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1919)
1KNI HULLKTIN, HKNI), OHKOON, TIIUKMDAY, MAHOII 111, 11)11)
(Conttnuod from rago Ono.)
land nntl attend Iits veterinary nrnc
tlco, which had broadened out to
cover nearly tho whole Btnto. At tho
end of thu 15 yoars ho breathed a
bIrIi ot regret and left his farm tor
lits practice which had grown to
great dimensions. IIo beenmo Htnto
votcrlnarlan, serving In that capacity
for nine years. Ho becaino director
ot tho Oregon Agricultural college
experiment station, In which capacity
ho served tor 17 years. Then ho
bocamo governor, after ho hnd once
been defeated In n rnco for guberna
torial honors. IIo then secured
honors novnjJhoforo granted to a
Itepubllcaii In Oregon, and was re
elected. Actlvo In War Work.
JIo xv as re-elected becnuso ot his
record. IIo made n record un
equalled by any governor In the
United Statos. As a war governor
bo gained national promlnenco and
ho was known from coast to coast.
Ilia Btnto took tho lead In wnr activ
ities because ot his efforts. Ho never
faltered; bo never looked back; ho
never had a craven thought. His
was a heart ot unadulterated loyalty.
Ho saw aboad tho breakers boforo the
crowd on tho decks could sight them;
nnd tho rocks ot possible disaster
loomed before him when tho eyes of
others woro blinded.
Ho mado mistakes and admitted It.
Ho rectified thorn whero he could,
nnd when ho mado mistakes and
know It and found ho could not
rectify them, thoy left a scar upon
Tho writer may say as ono who
knew him well that fow moro kindly
souls than Jamos Wlthycombo havo
lived upon this earth, to his knowl
edgo at least. IIo loved tho fields
nnd trees and God's great outdoors
with a deep and abiding love.
Ho was closo to nature and" be
cause ho was ho believed In a God
ot naturo and creation with a whole-
soma and a firm belief.
"Was Kricnil of Children.
Ho liked tho littlo children and
tho patter of childish feot and tho
prattlo of childish voices wero often
heard in tho prlvato offices ot tho
ezccutlvo chambers. Ho had that
lovo for littlo children which made
old and hardened men look upon
him with confidence,, for It Is a
maxim of tho heart that ho who loves
little children has a simple and abid
ing faith in all mankind.
And James Wlthycombe believed
In thoso who make up mankind. Ho
believed in their goodness nnd in
their honesty and in their truthful
ness. Sometimes this belief led him
far afield in public life. Sometimes,
perhaps not often, that faith was
abused. Sometimes there wero men
who knew ot the faith and took ad
vantage of It, but It Is safo to bellove
that tho men who did will reap what
they havo sown and the state will be
no wise the loser.
Homo Iilfo Ideal.
His creed was tho creed of a man
'who has lived on tho hilltops, and In
tho fertile valleys, and who had wit
nessed the wonders ot the hilltops
nnd of tho valleys nnd had seen a
'threat God behind it nil, nnd wor
shipped that God In a Rlmplo nnd
Thoso words niny sound oh fulsome
praise, but thoy aro written In tho
spirit ot ono who Iiiih hnd the oppor
tunity ot nfton being close to u
kindly, simple soul, and has felt that
through It nil there woro olomonts ot
greatness. For James Wlthycombo
had chnracter, nml Is not thnt
greatness In Itself?
ill la homo life was Idealistic. In
tho five years In which tho Wlthy
combo family lived In Salem tho
people of the capital city got to know
n plain, mothorly little woman whose
only ambition In life was to bo known
ns Mrs. Wlthycombo nnd tho mother
ot tho Wlthycombe children, nnd who
lived nnd played tho pnrt of u per
fect wlto and mother.
Ask nny woman In Salem as to
whom thoy bellovo Is tho perfect
typo ot wifehood and motherhood
nnd thcro will bo no hesitancy In tho
response. They will sny Mrs. Wlthy
combo nnd In that, no doubt, hns
grown up much ot tho secret of tho
success ot James Wlthycombo.
Oregon' Ion Groat.
James Wlthycombo believed In nnd
honored his wlto with tho samo kind
ot a belief that ho tolt tor tho naturo
that ho had grown up with, nnd for
the God thnt ho know dwolt among
tho Inward recesses.
Whllo many tears woro shed at tho
passing ot James Wlthycombo, ns
deep and ns truo a sympathy lingers
nbout tho stato capital tor tho pa
tient, qulot littlo woman who Is deep
ly beloved by all who havo been so
fortunnto as to como within her
Oregon has lost something big, and
strong, and virile, in tho passing of
James Wlthycombe, nnd yet ns big
and strong and virile as ho was ho
was ns slmplo as a littlo child.
"And except yo becomo as a little
Clitfi nlvcrtUme chant twr Uiu 20
nli for SO worl or lew. On ent pr
word for all orcr SO. All eluttflnl mJrtrtUlne
trktlr c&th In advance
FOIt SALE CHEAP 160 acres In
Cloverdale section; water for do
mestic use on placo. Small cash
payment, balanco terms. Address
Box 208 Dcnd, Ore. S5-2-3p
FOR SALE 11. I. Itcd eggs; excel
lent color nnd laying qualities,
51.00 per 13. Mrs. W. P. Slmer,
1624 Lytlo St., Bend, Oro.
FOIt SALE Ono 7-year-old maro.
weight aboutl2S0; ono S-year-old
weight nbout 1250; ono 5-year-old
0-month-old colt; ono set double
harness; ono single harness; one
high hack. Team broken to work
Binglo or double. Inquire E. A.
Klldee, Shevlln-HIxon Camp 8.
FOB SALE Ono Red Poll cow, dry;
one Durham nnd Guornsoy, milk
ing, ono Jersey, frosh May 1, ono
Durham nnd Guernsey heifor, two
Durham steer calves. W. N Kay,
Tumalo, Oregon. 76-2-3p
FOB SALE At Bend, Oregon, 160
ncres. All Irrigated by the Arnold
Farmers' co-operatlvo Irrigation
system. No overhead expense
All tho water ono needs Main
tenance fees around 45c per acre.
160 acre paid up water right. 135
acres cultivated. All level, deep
gj i itm Mrij . nj JJkj IJ I III Hi ., uui ..b- -i
Financial Statement Of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Business March 4, 1919
. .. RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts $544,704.54
Bonds and Warrants 59,621.25
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 1,500.00
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 33,981.11
Other Real Estate Owned 8,396.97
Five Per Cent. Redemption Fund 625.00
Cash and Exchanges $206,887.08
Liberty Bonds Owned 84,750.00
U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 45,000.00 336,637.08
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $ 54,101.51
Deposits March 4, 1919 $918,864.44
Deposits March 4, 1918 690,894.86
Gain in One Year $227,969.58
mbwism fTnJT TjIT n pj wmm
soil, no rocks, stumps or troos,
30 ncres In timothy, clover nnd
alfalfa. 30 acres In grain. Tho
rest to seed this spring. Fences
and Irrigation ditches mado. 7
room hou.it'. very comfortable In
side, rough outside. Pantry and
collar. Sepnrutor room nml wooil
Iiouhu. Water piped to sink In
kitchen from Iiouhu cistern, Largo
old barn, stanchions tor 14 cows,
stnlls for ten homes, calf sheds,
corrals, blacksmith shop, chicken
house nnd scratching shed. Phono
lino, star mall route. Am physic
ally uniiblo to work ranch. Will
Roll 40, SO or 100 ncres or nil.
Price $70 nn ncro. Tonus given
15 cowh, six yearling hulfers, tour
heifer calves Inst Hummer. Five
miles from Bend on the Burns road
Will trade nny 40 of the tibovo
tract for city Income property
M. E. Knott. 04-l-3p
FOB SALE Barred Plymouth Bock
eggs from a laying strain. 3 miles
north of Deschutes. F. B. Baugh
mini, Redmond. 70-2-5p
FOR SALE. 'Registered Guernsey
cow and bull, 3 miles north ot
Deschutes. F. B. Baughmun, Red
mond, Oregon. 60-2-3p.
FOR SALE Genuine spring ryo de
livered In Bend P. A. Dover nnd
Son, Tumnlo, Oregon. 60-2tf
FOR SALE Full blooded blnck
Minorca and O. A. C. Bnrred Bock
hatching eggs. Fifteen for $1.00.
Agnes M. Sottoug. Phono Burnt
FOR SALE Eggs. S. C. Whlto Min
or en bred to lay, hatching eggs,
51.50 per 15. Mrs. E. A. Griffin,
Bond, Oro. Phono Burnl 1110.
FOR SALE Or trade for Ford car.
work horses. J. J. Elllnger, Torro-
bonno, Oro. 14-l-3p
FOR SALE Ono Ayrshlro bull, com
ing thrco years old. Roclstered,
can show papers. Call 4F14 even
FOR SALE .Whlto Leghorn eggs
for hatching, Tancrcd strain. $8.00
por 100; O. A. C. strain Barred
Bocks, jl.50 per sotting. Roan
Hatch, Tumalo, Oro. 53-l-4p
FOR SALE If you want tho highest
price for your goods, write mo.
Richard Richardson, nuctloneer,
general dolUery, Bend, Oro. Farm
sales a specialty. 69-52-09p
FOR SALE S. C. Whlto Leghorn
eggs for hntchlng, O. A. C. strain.
Tho kind thnt lay. Eight dollars
por 100, 11.25 per sotting. Mrs.
M. E. Landcs, Redmond, Ore.
FOR SALE Everbearing strawborry
plants. C. P. Becker, Tumulo, Ore.
FOR SALE Good grain drill. 10
hoso Roderick Lean, 550. Frank
Lemny, near Grango Hall, north
east ot Bend. 84-49-53p
A Few Reasons !
Why wc urc dniwing trade many miles IVom Heiitl, People realize thai wo mo
Hiving them the most of the best merehandise obtainable for their dollar. Wo
buy in largo quantities, anil buying for cash and selling for eash, enables us to
undersell the other fellow, ami this includes All Mnil Order Houses. It will
pay you to keep in touch with our prices at all times.
RANCH FOR RENT 160 ncres,
southeast of Bend, Irrigated from
Arnold system. 40 acres umlor
cultivation, 120 acres fenced. To
rent or sell on rcnsonnblo forms.
Address Chan. D. Bowc, Bonnera
Ferry, Ida. 14-50-3c
For The Housewife
Oilcloth (all colors) 39c
White Outing (heavy)
,.'ir.',7 1. ')
Apron Gingham 17'$c
Dress Gingham (a real one) 25c
Zephyr Gingham (32-inch) 39c
Turkish Towels (pair)
Calico, greys and lights Mc
100yds. Silk Thread.. 10c
Bob White Soap 5c
Palmolive Soap 10c
Colgate's Tooth Paste 8c-l9c
2 for 5c; 5c-10c; 2 for 25c
Cotton Batts ...
V-. lb., 15c; 1 lb., 25c; 3 lbs., 98c-$1.19
For The Men
Canvas Gloves 10c-15c
Canvas Gloves, leather face. . .35c
Muleskin Gloves (wrist) 39c
Work Gloves 79c to $2.49
Work Sox (Rockford) 15c
Work Sox, seamless heel and toe
. ... 2 for 39c; 2 for 45c
Men's Dress Sox (all colors)
Men's Silk Sox (all colors)
Work Shirts (all sizes) 89c-98c
Work Shirts, double shoulder and
sleeve, a real one (bluo and grey
. .. . $M9.$1.79
Khaki Work Shirts
Heavy Blue Bib Overalls. $1.79
Heavy Khaki Bib Overalls $1.49
Khaki Pants .$1.69-$1.79
Moleskin Pants $2.79-$3.49-$3.98
Work Pants (assorted stripes) . ..
Men's Dress Pants . $2.98 to $5.90
Men's all-wool Blue Serge Suits
$19.75 to $ 12.50
Men's Novelty Suits$14.75 to $12.50
J. C. PENNEY CO., he.
197 DUSY STORI-S
rlago ot Frank II. Bobnrgo lo Mlns
Mnrgareth llartmanii at Jursey City,
N. J. on February 13.
Berry llano who Is employed In
tho Bend mills spent Sunday at thu
homo of his uncle, Albert SIiuBh.
Tom Dl'fllt'V U'nii trnnnnrtlni? hnul.
ncss In Bend Saturday, nnd brought
a new Victor phonograph homo.
C. II. IFnnlv nml U'llllnm Hnr.nl I
attended a meeting at the community
hull nt Powell Ilutto Friday evening
Miss Ada Furry of I'rliinvlllu bus
been visiting at the homo ot friends
In Alfalfa during tho pant two wimlt.
Frank Mollrooin was n Bend vis
itor on Monday.
Dan Anglnttd who hns bron In n
hospital In Portland for Home time
Is slowly Improving.
Aits In Barber, Miss Vernii Shul's
nnd Miss Voniu Forry hnvo hi en
notified that they jmmtcd the ilghlli
grade nxainlnntloiiH held recently.
Miss Jennie llnrtlny was attending
to business In Prlnovlllo Saturday.
Pto Grnbblor nml family will
leave noun with tholr cattle far their
ranch on the high desert, They
have purchased thu old Wlllnrd placu
mar the pout office mid will return
here to do farming
WANTED 2 dozon young chickens,
will glvo new Incubator, nover
boon used In part payment. Call
Rural 118. C8-2-3p,
WANTED Wo will call nnywhoro. '
any placo, any tlmo, to look nt j
)iiur uhvu lurimuru. i.ui un kiimw
what you hnvo. Wo pay cash. Tho
Standard Furniture Co. U7-40tfc
LOST Six cowh, all 3-year-olds nnd
mulloys, branded II In circle rlghi
rib, half Inverted G right hip,
small dulap upper brisket, split
In right or crop und spilt right nnd i
crop on lcit. suitable rowaru ror
Information. Address J. H. Gray,
Prlnovlllo, Ore. 71-52-03p
LOST Female fox terrier dog, whlto
with brown head, whlto streak In
forehead; brown spot on back;
stub tall, IMeasa notify A. Nelson,
Box 1C5, Redmond, Oro. 68-2p
LOST Saturday. March 8, between
Bend and Prlnovlllo, on Powell
Butto road, a bag ot laundry. Re
turn to Bulletin office and recelvo
5 reward. 03-2c
TAKEN UP Bonn steor, past two
years old, brand 21 on left hip,
under slope on loft ear, small
dulap. O. L. Mooro, 24 mllos
cast of Bend, on Bend-Burns road.
TAKEN UP Followed tho J. C.
Cook cattle from Pine mquntuln,
ono rod bolter, whlto faced, under
bit on left car. Dulap showed
then Iron handle, but now Dulap,
other torn out. No other brands
to be floen. Owner may havo
samo by paying feed bill and
advertising. P. A, Grablor, " Al
falfa, Oro. Phono 15F12.
Right sldo; right ear crop-
pod; wattle right hind leg.
II. L. TONE, Sisters, Ore,
LEARN OF WEDDING
ALFALFA, March 12. Charles
Stoefflor of Astoria Is visiting with
his sister, Miss Mlnnlo Stooffler, at
tho Johnson ranch,
Cards aro out announcing tho mar-
We Are Opening a New Line of
Men's and Boys9 Suits at Prices
PRICED FROM $6 to $18
for Strictly All-Wool Garments,
Sale Begins Saturday, March 8
'and Continues Until Stock
is Disposed of.
FULL VALUE GUARANTEED!
The Big Opportunity for Men and Boys
to Get Full Value. On Sale at
R. H. Loven's Shoe Store
1017 Bond St., 2 Doors North of Owl Pharmacy