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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1908)
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S. O. Johnson aud wife, of Cali
Vrnia departed Tuesday in their
automobile after ImvitiR spent a
ouplc of weeks visiting with Mr
and Mrs. John Ryan at their pleas
ant home at The Tules. Mr. John
on js one of the largest stock
holders of the Deschutes Lumber
Company, and was looking after
his interests here. Mr. nud Mrs.
Jesse Stearns, of Portland, who
have betu spending a ew weeks in
Bend, went out with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P.J. McDonald
will leave Bend in a few days for
Seattle, where Mr. McDonald will
engage in business for himself.
Mrs. ijrdmau and Miss Emma, who
have been making their home with
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, will ac
conipauy them. "Mac," as he is
familiarly called by his friends, has
been mayor of Bend for the past
year, and has a larec circle of friends
here who will regret to have him
and his family leave, but they will
join in wishing him success in his
R. Lawson, S. J. Shadwick,
and A. G. and J. S. Kuykcndall
returned Sunday from their trip to
the Silver Lake and Summer Lake
countries, where they had gone
after fruit and for homestead loca
tions if they could find anything to
suit then. . Fruit is scarce iu that
lection this summer and none is
being sold to outside parties, the
botuc demand consuming this sea
jon s yield. Tbey found nothing
to suit them in the homestead line,
and upon their return stated that
this section is good enough for
Last Friday morning A. M. Lara
noticed smoke coming out of the
lodge rooms in J. I. West's build
ing. An immediate investigation
showed that the room was full of
smoke, the cause of which was
found to be a small box of sawdust
which was on fire. A pail of water
soon put an end to that. The hall
had been used by the Masons the
qigbt previous, and someone had
probably dropped a lighted cigar
jtub into the box. The fire had
burned up the sawdust, had par
tially destroyed the box, and had
burned through thje floor. Luckily
If WW discovered just at the right
'.imc as, with a little more headway
and witU d little breeze, the fire
coupauy would have had some
jtUrnvork cut out for them.
f he D. I. &. P. Co. are getting
out several Jarge albums for adver
tising purposes showing viqws of
river and mountain scenes la this
viaitiity, also views of -crops,,, or
sherds, grains, grasses, timber,
water falls, residences, etc., etc.
Some of the views were taken by
Gifford, of The Dalles, but the most
of them are the work of Photog
rapher Bowman of Bend, and are
fine examples of the photographer's
art They show this country up in
fine shape front the standpoint of
the hunter and sportsman, of the
lover of nature and beautiful scen
ery, and also from the standpoint
)f the man who wishes to earn n
living from tilling the soil. The
albums will be sent to the com
pany's agencies at outside points
and will be tised to show prospec
tive settlers what this country is
W. Ri Wilkinson, Carlyle Trip
lettandU. P. Brosterbous have
vaha ntr.r frt ttlnftnf nine In Tj1w.
non to meet W. Irving, general
coast agent,, ,and Edwin Knowles,
jpscial agent, of the Phoenix In
jurance Company. The two latter
iteu are out on a bunting and fish
ing trip, and will be piloted through
this country by Mr. Wilkinson,
who has-acontract to supply them
,vith 'tiami and saddle horses and
W act S3 guide. From Lebanon
tay wi,ll come across the mount
litis to" Bend and from Lere will go
south along the Deschutes nud will
take in Crescent, Odcll, and Davis
lakes. Farther south they will
visit Crater lake, gradually work
ing their way down to Klamath
Fulls and from there to San Fran
ci.sco. Cnrlyle Triplctt goes alone
ns teamster and lid. Brosterhous as
WUNANDY FILES SUIT.
UcnJ .Man Tnki's Action to Recover
Valuable Property In .Montana.
In the circuit court of the United
States nt Butte this week an action
was commenced in which J. II.
Wenandy is the complainant and
John J McDonald, iilvtya McDon
ald, John McDonald, Angug Mc
Donald, S. F, Larabie.xl.ivie Kinge
ling, School District No. t. of Gran
ite Couutv and Deer Lodge No. 14,
A. F. and A. M. arc the defendants.
The purpose of the action is to
recover possession ot ,tiie property
left under the will of Henry Schne
pel, .deceased. Mr. Sclmepel died
in October, tSS6, leaving a Marge
estate to his wife, Henrietta Sclme
pel. Under the, provisions of the
will Mrs. Sclmepel was to remain
in full enjoyment of the property
during her life time and after her
death ail the property was to ipass
to the only daughter, Mr.". Henry
Wcnandy. The daughter died
several years ago leaving nu only
son, J. II. Wcnandy, who is the
complainant in, -this suit. He is
now located at Feud, Oregon, oper
ating an extensive stage, line and
several livery barus. Last spring
Mrs. Henrietta Schnepel, his grand
mother, died and also left a will
which provided for distribution of
the remaining proporty contrary to
his expectations. In her will Mrs.
Schnepel remembered other rela
tives, close friends, the public
schools and the Masonic lodge to
which her husband had belonged.
S. E. Larabic of Deer Lodge, the
well known banker, is named as
executor of the will.
Mr. Wenandy brought suit in
the district court to have his grand
mother's will set aside and the
property distributed as provided in
the will of his grandfather. A
hearing was had some time ago and
the case is still pending. Since he
is a resident of Oregon, however,
his attorneys decided that the Fed
eral court is the proper tribunal to
decide the case and this new suit is
the result. Phillipsburg CM out.)
The estate, to recover which Mr.
Wenandy hc.s brought suit, consists
of a i3oo-acre ranch highly im
proved and on which arc several
hundred head of well bred horses
and cattle. The ranch, to years
ago, was valued at 550 an acre
Besides this there arc city real es
tate, notes. and mortgages amount
ing to $40,000. According to the
original will the entire estate .was
to revert to Mr. Weuandy's mother
upon tbe death of Mrs. Schnepel
airs. Schnepel, however, transferred
the ranch, all its improvements and
Stock to the McDonalds for the con
sideration of $1.00, .leaving the bat-
;nce of the estate to Mr. Wcnandy.
t is claimed that Mrs. Schnepel
had no right under the terms of her
husband's will to dispose of the
ranch, hence suit is brought to re
Pleasant Ridge Items.
Pr.KASA.VT Kidgk, Sept. 3. Jack I'rot
has been visiting many localities and the
saute fatal results seem to have followed
everywhere among the tender vegetables
but the hardier crops withstood 111 in re
markably rell, no damage being done
Clint Wood has been suffering with
sprained ankles the past week,
Mr. and Mrs. R. P.. Sherwood have re
turned from their outing trip at Crane
Prairie. They report the huckleberries
plentiful, and a sufficient supply was ob
tained. W. K. Davidson, wife and tibii Kfcrald
of Redmond and Miss Hegsj'd,' teacher
cf the Shcpard school at J'owelrJattes,
were over at Sherwood Broj.' Iioiric and
remained until aftcf tea Tutsday even
G. V. Hall has been luving serious
trouble with his heart again. 4
Win, Jollnwon was a county capital
visitor the fore part ot the . week. He
left Prlneville on his homeward journey
Millions of bottles of Poley's Hbncy
and Taf have been sold without duy per
son ever having experienced any other
tlian beneficial results front its use for
coughs, colds and lung trouble. This Is
because the genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar in the yellow package contains no
opiates or other harmful drugs. Ouard
vour health by refusing any but the
genuine. C. v. Merrill, druggist.
at a 'jo and arrived nt hi farm home nl
the foot of Long Unite at t;y Howl
that for n record breaker, u tlMmico of
Chad Irvlu Iihs .1 flue tvnleh ot otoer
which lie had needed in July. It I now
covering the giomtd green.
Mr. (Like is now liMrliug lit crop
of oat tin the Prank GImmv place Hi the
foot of the Huttc.
D.uilel ('reenlMlgh, Sr., U now under
the care ot Dr. Coo k(ii.
There seem to Imvo Ueetl n little ilk
con! between the olHet-r and pAtnm of
school iliftiiet No. 65 just ot late, and
the rcitlt eeius lo have developed Into
wounding lite (eeliiiK ot other, of
which we ate orty. We hope that no
one wilt tc mI!Mi in set-kins lm much
for the want ot themelve regard!? of
the feeling of other, but that all iiiav
work tor the benefit and welfare of tlie
dlotrut. We hope that plte work and
jealousy w ill te reganled a small clnl
dreu - pl-i. We aK hoie tli.it troubles
InthcdNtrkt will j not result il'vuter
ntly with our Sunday scjiool, but Hint
all will now- sec their duty t attend
moic legulaity than evci and everything
will Mjmi lie guhig smoothly again a
Pole)' Orino l..ttlc U a new rem
edy, an impitivemeut on the laxative of
former )eat, a It dot- nut gii or
timti-cwU' and l plenant to take tt i
guamulet-d. C. W. Merrill, druggist
ttrtiwii mare, wlntt- fotrlit-.nl, litnulid
P" on left Inp. Mtavrtl from D 1 I'
rmtip 1. t --tcvMtuI tor It itturu to
John DHgonttm, utiiUnc iticiillonotatli'
ii-tf John IHmistini
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BEND, - - OREGON
Office with the Cedifai Oregon ReaUCo, .
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Cehtdl Oregol Steal Estate
TimbeT, and Desert Lamh a Specialty
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ply you with any class of laud nt uuv..tjrAWi Cnjj LUjr write for
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