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DAILY EA&T OREOOTHAW, PETTDtET01?,"0S!:Q0If WEDNESDAYJEVENINO, NOVEMBER 24,-1020
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POLISH TROOPS SPEED
Nineteen Twenty '
"Y OU always" have something to be thankful for;
A maybe you have a lot of things. But much or
little, this is a good time to show it.
It isn't such a bad old world, take it all together;
most of us are getting enough to eat and to wear,
and a decent place to sleep in; and some of us have
a good deal more than that
The purpose of Thanksgiving Day, a day set apart
by formal proclamation, is that we shall all pause for
a short time and "check up" on the things we can be
thankful for. And having done that, let's be
thankful, not just think about it
(Knat Orcgoitiitn Special.)
111CTH, Nov. 24. -Tho social that
wan held nt the KU'th school auditori
um Saturday night wit a bilt success.
The lunch of sandwiches, ratio anil
coffee, was served In ciifeterlu style.
The program was well carried out and
enjoyed by all:
Piano solo by Sirs. V. W. Snyder.
Short Talk b .Minn Mark.
Song "When You Look In the
Heart of a Hose," Lillian Kngllsh.
Kecltatlon Esther Powell,
Souk dive Me Your Smile, dean
I Clark.. .
liecitatlon The Smack In the VII
lage. School. Mrs. William Tompkins.
Souk Hiawuthu's Melody of Love,
I Mr. ltourk.
Recitation Fay Clark.
Song Heavenly Song, Mrs. Xevers.
I Piano Duet Mrs. Snyder, Mrs,
Mandolin and guitar duet. A total of
I $4 S.OO was taken In and will be used
for buying school ground equipment
Frederick Heath returned from The
t Dalles Mnniluv after siicndlntr the
I weekend with his sister,- Mrs. A. R,
i Kiggs. '
! Mrs. Jennie Hoeliter formally pro
prietor of the lailroad boarding house,
Isold to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Woods of 1m
I Grande. Mr? Heebner recently return
cd to The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. John Heath left Wed
nesday morning to spend Thanksglv
,1ns with their daughter, Mr. und Mrs,
A. n. lilggs of The Dalles.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. L. Horlrk will spend
Thanksgivlng at The Dalles with
friends and relatives.
This store will be closed all day tomorrow;
, HfNMtTONj 01CATKT DEPABTaFVT STORe
Jewc-ly is the nvrJt la-Jiiis rxprrwion of regard anil should lie solecteil with this thought in mind. Ila
' ntond are more iu demand thi Yulctide than ever before. THK 4.IFT Wl..l, I'OH .MAX Oil WOMAN.
XmC only Uiamoutl". In Jt-weU anil novelties of 'ery (lcs.Tipti.ui await your early choosing. Why rack your
Itraiu and ponder oter "what to give" when right here is the choicest selwtion.s you can imagine for men
and women, youth or age. t.IFTS OF LASTING AND l.CltKASINU VAI.l'K
THK .IFT OF GIFTS
A wonderful selection of Diamond Girt Jewelry of
distinction and originality of desi(;n.
' 1.1 novo
Our stoik of
1) i a m o n d
King is per.
haiis the most
have ever pre
All the very
f a s h i onalile
designs with a
which to se
lect. A hand
diamond is the
" best gift of all.
Besides diamonds you will find here a splendid, as
sortment of other elegant rings in the various Month
Stones, etc. AVe have rings for Father, Mother, Sis
ter, Urolher, Sweetheart and even one for the littlr;
tot. i ftAiiSiiillliJ
STERLING SILVER GIFTS FOR
Men's Solid Gold Watches
Men's Gold-Filled Watches
Men's gold minute repeajng
Men's gold chronograph fthd Split
Men's silver and gun metal
Women's gold wrist Watches.
Women's silver wrist Watches
Women's gold-filled wrist Watches
Our showing of Quality Watches
Includes the well-known standard
SILVER PLATED GIFTS FOR THE
A girt from Hanscoin's has the undefinahle "some
thing" which assures the giver his time and thought
expvnli on Its selection has not been In vain.
From tlie list below, one or more of those gifts,
whose choice has been troubling youi will surely be
knivc and Fiats. Ki (idl Mints), Oiild's Nets.
Otflce Tea Nets. Water l'ltchei-s. Sugar ami
I nnnH-ts. Ni up Pitcher. Iti-catt Trajs. Saiulwlch
I'laltss Ue ItHskels. iinia) a.-reole. Iie
llsln-. l sMvr Ita-Utis. Ikmlsxi lla-UHs. Tea strain
n,. Salt and r. pM-rs, Inilnliliml astsr. Marma
Ule Jars, Trivrt.
AXV OF THESK ARK Kl'KK TO I'liFSM
'"igarette Cases: thin models; 'plain, engraved and
engine turned designs.
f'igar Cutters or Knife, plain and engraved de
signs, made to attach on Waldemar Chains.
Card Cases; plain and engraved designs.
Ash Trays. '
Cigarette Boxes, holding 50 or 100 cigarettes:
riain and etched designs. '
Cigar Jars; sterling silver cover und cut glass,
Smoking Sets, consisting of large tray, cigar holder
cigarette holder and ash tray.
Sterling Silver Paper Cutter or letter Opener with
Sterling Silver Ink Stands cut glass and sterling
silver cover. 1
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY
FOIt WO.MKX Wrist Watches, Stone Set Kings,
Solid Gold Signet Rings, Solid Gold liar Pins, Solid
Gold P.rooches, Solid Gold L Vallicres, Solid Gold
Necklaces, Solid Gold Hracelels", Solid Gold bead
Neck Chains, Solid Gold Set King.-).
FOIl MFX Watches. Solid Gold Signet I'.ings,
Solid Gold lipel Coat Chains, Solid Gold Waldemar
Chains. Solid Gold Cuff Links. Solid Gold Watch
Fobs. Solid Gold Tie Clasps, Solid Gold Single Vent
Chains, Solid Gold Safety Fob Guards, Ttibljon Fobs
with mountings, Solid Gold Kmblem ltings.
OTHER GIFTS FOR
Diamond Pendants, Diamond or
Pear! Necklace, Diamond P.rooches,
Ca;neo Drooches, Neck Chains,
Vanity Cases, Far Screws, Gold
Lockets, liar Pins, bracelet. Ser
vice Tray, birth Mcnth Kings. Ster
ling Toilet Sets, Ivory Toilet . Ar
ticles, Sterling Photo Frames.
Manicure Sets. Mesh bags and
Purses, Perfume and Toilet bottles.
Cut Glass, Opera Glasses.
BKAI TIFI I. LA VAI.MFItFS
,An ideal gift for the lady a fine assortment with
diamond or other stone settings.
WM. E. HANSCOM, The Jeweler
WAttSAW. Nov. 21. (A. P.) The
Polish troiina ill Volhynia. It Is an
nounces, tire withdrawing rapidly to
ward the ninititico line in response to
Mio demand of the linsslnn govern
ment that the Polish fulfil the military
lauscs of tho preliminary peace trea
ty signed ut UUtu. A messiiKO was re
ceived In Warsaw reporting the re
opening of the peace negotiations In
I AGGIES WILL ATTACK
JSdiJ A oil:. ;:
w v J-vfc . aikv m I JL' 4.,r-M 1 'M
TO GRACE CHRISTMAS
TABLES AND STOCKINGS
SliATTLE. Not. 24,--(A. P.)
u-u.iiini,t..ii imitins u-ili nualn figure In
Christmas celebrations In all purls! of
the country, according to the apple
growers who tire putting on tho mar
ket boxes weighing 12 pounds, about
a quarter the size of the regulation
Charles Hellbronner of Wennlchee,
here yesterday, said the growers are
packing the gift boxes with all varie
ties of Washington niplvs, carefully
selected. The U'-pound box contains
two or three tiers of apples, according
Nani9 "Bayer" on Genuine
I ORUECON AGRICCLTrUAL Cni,
jl.EGE, Corvallls, Nov. 4. The Oregon
I Aggie pluyers, somewhat stiff after
their strenuous effort against the Unl
, . erslty of Oregon are now working out
ithe kinks in preparation for the
beware! Unless you see the name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
years and provod safe by millions. Take
Thanksgiving day game In Portland Aspirin only as told in the bayer pack.
'' ' - ' wurnr T PAYS TO TPAOT rTftfpy , .. i . fl
against the Multnomah sqhad. Prac
tice Is being conducted In the big ar
mory. Varsity men do not expect to run up
against "easy pickings" with Mult
nomah. They recognize that the Port
land organization has a hard fighting
group and has made a good record
I this season. The orange and black
lineup will be somewhat the same as
was used in the university game Sat
urday, It is expected. Coach Ruther
ford expects to try out some of his sec-
! onri strinir mn u-hnm ha iu aiimr ,
for next year. '
A large number of Aggie rooters
have shown their intention of taking
their orange caps to Portland Thurs
day and to hold down the O. 5 A. C,
rooting section. ' '
age for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Earache. Toothache,
Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve bayer Tablets of
Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer manufacture of
Monoaceticacidcster of Sallcyllcacld,
HEAT AND LIGHT
Greater Heat at Less Expense ,
A good oU heater, filled with
Pearl Oil, will burn for many
hours without re-filling. Lights
at the touch of a match. Pearl
Oil is clean-burning, without
cnoke or odor. Sold in bulk by
Scalers every whero - !
Order by name-PEARL Oil.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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CALGALY. Alta., Nov. 24. (A. P.)
"To say that Alberta, farmers hnve
; i gone 'Jn' strike' Is a gross misrepre
sentation of their position," declared
C. Hiee- Jones, general manager of the
United Sti.'.. r Grain Growers, in an
I Mr. Riee-Jores said that because
I larimvs refuse to put all their w h.itl
on 'he market at cne time of the yeni,
he could not see how any intcTir'a-
. tion could be placed on it as a 'strike.
'The fac: of Ibf matter la," he
nid, "that hffore the price win .'ix-
ed ''lecause if conditions farmers wtro
itnab'e to avoid. Ihev were torced tc
L.nrket a la-pc ii'iit'.on of their viral
I in the falh when the price Is nlwavs
down, a onsiderarlo portion of It,
nn doubt, passing into the hml3 "f
speculators whe hnld It until 'he
sp,'rg when they rre able to soli it
liat a consideraole rofit. It is, there-
j fere, very grn.tifv.nj, to see tnat the
i'iirr.irrs this yar. a., far as "h-j can
iare tending ic eir v heat to market in
j-ii'eh a way as tliev will be aM" o
Set the be..i pisslsle price for I'..''
LAD PLAYING SOLDIER,
LINES UP COMPANIONS
AND FIRES WITH .22
WILTOX JUNCTION, la., Nov. 24.
(A. P.) Without the knowledge of
this parents, Harold Lincoln, a young
ster, took his father's .22 rifle and
went out to play soldier. He lined1 up
three other lads, but all grew fright
ened and ran away except little Dick,
6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kamp of Moscow, the youngest.
The boy fired the rifle at close
range, the bullet passing through the
upper part of Dick's left shoulder. He
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Feeds and Grains Show
No Drop in Seattle
SEATTLE, Nov. 24. City delivery:
Feed Scratch feed 73 per ton; feed
wheat 74; all grain chop J58; oats
S3B; sprouting oats $61; rolled oatt
8; whole corn $54; cracked corn
J.iB; rolled barley $58; clipped barley
'Hay Alfalfa $29 per ton; double
compressed alfalfa $35; ditto timothy
$42; eastern Washington mixed $36.
Iliitler Unsettled with Kggs
and (1ie Steady
NEW YORK, Xoc. 24. Butter un
settled, extras 64 14fr3; others un
changed, J-Jggs steady, unchanged.
Cheese steady; state - whole milk
flats fresh specials 25ft 26; others un
Fggs and lliitler Hold
at Same Itg-ures
f-'EATTLE,' Nov. 23. Eggs 8elect
Ircal ranch, white shells 78 cents pel
idosen; pullets 64 cents; storage 62
j flutter City creamery, in rubes r.K
Icents per lb.; bricks or pilots k cciiIh.
eeconds In cubes 62 cents; bricks 63
jct'nts; country creamery extras cost to
iJobhers In cubes f, 4 cents; storage 484?
XOTM'K OK SAI.K.
la the t ailed Mute lilrirt Court fur
thf llUlrtrt of Oregon.
THE CENTRAL TRUST CO.. a corpora
tion, duly incorporated snd existing
under the Laws of the Slate of Ohio
and Philip Hinkle. as trustee, Com-
plainants. vs. WESTKKX LAND ti IR
RIGATION COMPANY, a corporation,
duly incorporated and existing under
and by virtue of ttie tJiwa of the
State of Oregon; ftmi the Hank of
Echo, a Hanking Corporation duly in
corporated and existing under und
by virtue of the Uwh of the State
of Oregon; Wiliam 1). Breed and
Learner B. Harrison, co-partners do
ing business as Hi eed & Harrison,
nuil Harry R. Weil; John K. ltnlh;
Herbert P. Well and Henry S. Irving,
co-partners doing bustn- Bs as Weil.
Hoth & Co.. Respondents.
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a decree rendered and en
tered In the above entitled court and
cause on the 17th day' of November,
mo. whereby It Is ordered, adjudged
and decreed thst all of the ditches, ca
nals, water rights and 1-mds oi' the re
spondent. Western Land & Irrigation
Company be sold by me as
Master in Chancery of sah: e-.)(trt to
satisfy: the amount due r nmplainants
on the outstanding bonds secured hy
trust deed or mortgage to complain
ants, to-wlt. one hundred and seventy
five thousand dollsrs ,$17.V(in.0fi). and
interest at six per cent from January 1.
1912, snd on the amount due respond
ent, the Bank of Echo, to-wit, twenty
one thousand six hundred and for.y
four and eighty-six hundredths dollars
($21,611.86), with Interest at eight per
cent from the 2"lh day of .May. 1111 I. I
will on Friday, the 17th day of Decem
ber. 1!2I, at the south door of the
Court House, in the fity of Pendleton,
Oregon, at 10 o'clock in the forenoor
of said day sell as fln entirety, and ss
one property, and not in separate par
cels to the highest and best bidder, all
of the right, title, interest and estate
of the Western Land irrigation
Company In and to the lands and prop
erty hereinafter described and In nnd
to any other lands owned hy said com
pany, and acquired hy It subsequent t"i
the 1st day of January. l!ni!i, or whie1
may be acquired by said company, or
by V. H. Swayjie nnd W. H. Simpson, as
receivers, of said company, prior to the
date of sale. No bids for said lands
:ind property for less than one hundred
thousand dolars UlOO.OIlii.Oll) will be re
celved or considered, and the purchaser
or purchasers thereof will be required
to pay not less than twenty-five per
cent of the amount of his or their hid ir
cash, or by certified cheek on sny sol
vent bank or trust company at the time
of sale, the balance of the purchase
price may be paid in cash or first mort
gage bonds and accrued coupons there
on, secured by the mortgage or deed of
trust to complainants herein.
The lands and property so to be sold
are described as t'olhjws:
All of the Northwest quarter NW
(1-4) of Section fifteen fir.). Tflwnshlp
two (2) North, of Range, twenty-seven
(27) East, Willamette Meridian;
All of fractional section one (1). and
anir section thirteen (l.t, In Town
ship three (3), North of Range twenty
seven (27) Kast Willamette Meridian:
All of fractional Section one (1), and
all of Sections thirteen 113) snd twenty-five
(25), In Township four (O.
North of ltange twenty-seven (27) Kast,
All of Section twentv-fivn f2.".l. In
TownBhlp five-(5) North, of Range
twenty-seven (27) East, Willamette Mu-
The fract onal North ha f (V 1-2) and
the Last half of the Southeast quarter
(E 1-2 or SI1 1-4) of Section five (.-,)
In Township three (3) North, of Range
twenty-eight (28), East Willamette
The East half (U 1-2) of fractional
Section five (5). and all of Section
twenty-nine (2). and all of that parf.
oi necuon seventeen lying North
and West of the Umatilla River in
Township four () North, of Range
twenty-eight (28) Kast, Willamette
Tho Northeast quarter of the North
west ousrter INK 1-4 of NW 1-4). the
South half of the Northwest quarter
is t-2 or nw i-i). tne Northeast uuar-
ter of the Southwest quarter (N'E I-'
of BW 1-4), and the South half of the
Southwest quarter (S 1-2 of SW 1-4) of
iseeuon tnirty-tnree ia;o, in lownih
four (I), North of Range twenty-eighi
(28) East. Willamette Meridian;
All of Section twenty-nine (29), In
Township five f5) North, of ltange
twenty. eight (28) East, Willamette Meridian;
The south hair or the southwest
quarter (S 1-2 of SW 1-4 1 of "Section
seventeen (17), In Township five (5)
North, of Range twenty-eight (2HI
Ksst. Willamette Meridian;
The West half of the West half (W
1-2 of W 1-2) of Section thirty-three
(33). In TownKhlp five (5) North, of
lunge twenty-eight (28) Last. Willam
Excepting from the foregoing, how-
evvr, ctrips of land extending through
the same, or so much of such strips n
mav be within said premises, of th
width of HI') feet, lying '',w1r,j",,B'
lines each.lrawn parallel to and .lists n
.,0 fuel from the center line of the main
track of the Oregon Itallroad tc Navi
gation Company as the same Is now lo
cated, constructed snd operateu on.
over or across said described pr. mises
or within fifty feet of the same: and
also excepting a strip of land J rodf
wide, being 1 1-2 rods Kll. on each
side of the center line of the Minneha
ha Irrigation Company's canal as th
same Is now constructed over and
across Section oventy-nlne . in
Township four (I) North, of Rang,
twenty-eight (28) Last, Willamette
aim all that portion of the West
i,air iv i-:i of the Northeast quarter
(NE 1-41 and the East half (E 1-2) nl
the Northwest quarter (NW 1-4) o(
tnentv-one (21). Townshlt
three (3), North, of Range twenty-nine
(2i) Fast. Willamette Meridian, whie.
Is west of the center of the main chan
nel of the Umatilla River; save and
except a piece of ground containing
I fourteen (14) acres which Is nut Ill-
tended to lie nereny conveyeu, witui
is described as follows: Commencing
nt a point up said Umatilla Itlver four
hundred and forty t I4'l) )ards from tin
Northeast corner of the lands shove
described: running thence southwest
erlv to a point fifteen (151 rods solltl
..r .H. tAiw.tr linn K..tu....n IWl'Ifi
fcofl'man and John f'.oyce; thence fol
I low Inir the foot of the bluff across
mouth of Alkali Can) on to said river
at a point two hundred twenty ("illi
yards ahove the place of beginning,
'hence down said river to the place ol
Reserving and excepting from said
lands, such In are now known or sh
hereafter be ascertained to contain coal
or Iron, and also such surface ground
as may be necessary for right or
to such excepted coal and Iron lands
for the purpose of exploring, develop
Ing and wcrking tne same
Also saving and excepting from ail of
the ahove descriheu. tracts, tne rollov
ing parc-ls included therein, with the
water riuhts appurtenant therein.
which have been sold since the date of
complainants' trust deed or mortgage,
and released from the lien thereof, and
any other parcels which may hnv
heen released from the Hen of said
trust deed or mortgage, to-wlt.-
The North half of the North hall
(N 1-2 of N 1-2) of the Southeast quar
ter of the Northeast quarter (SE 1-1 of
NE 1-4) of ."ectir.n thirteen (13). In
Township four (1) North, Range twen
ty-obven (i) c.ast, w lilaiiicllo JUcri
The following described tract In Bee
tlon twenty-five (25), Township four
ll) North, Range twenty-seven (27)
cast, Willamette .ilerulian
Commencing at a point 3il) feet West
anit 2U reet tmlllh or the Quarter Sec
tion corner between Section twenty
five (25), Township four (I) North
Range twenty-seyen (27) East, Will
amette Meridian, and Kcetlon thirty
(30), I own-hip four (4) North. Range
twenty-eight (28) Kast. Willamette
Meridian; thence south 335 feet: thence
est zi.il leei; ttlencn North 3.15 reet
thence Kast 2i,() feet to the place of be.
In Section five (5). Township four
ID North, Range twenty-eight (28)
East, Willamette .Meridian:
The South three-fourths (3-4) of the
,-r.utnessi quarter of the Northeast
quarter (HE 1-4 of NE 1-4); tho North
three-fourths (N 3-4) of the Northeast
quarter of the Southeast quarter (NEH
of SE 1-4): the North half IN 1-2 m
the Southeast quarter of the Southeast
quarter (SE 1-4 of SE 1-4) of the South
east quarter (SE 1-4); the South half
(a i-ii or tne Northeast quarter of the
.-.ouwieasi quarter nr the Southeast
"io,rter ik 1-4 or 1-4 SE 1-4): the
Last hull of the South half (E 1-2 or
- i-.i oi me nouin no ir of the South
east quarter of the South -aat quarter
- -- oi rtc. i-i nr Mi 1-4); the West
half 1-f the SollthweRl minn,.. w 1
of SW 1-4) or the Southwest quarter of
in: rooiucaei quarter (SW 1-4 nr SE
1-1): the south half (S 1-2) of the
l,r'i nan in i-z) nt the Southwest
quarter or the Southeast quarter (SW
1-1 o( SE 1-4); the West hair or the
South heir (W 1-2 of S 1-2) or the
North nair N 1-2) of the Southeast
quarter of the Southeast quarter (SE
1-4 or SE 1-4): the Nor 1 li u. i ...,t.
of the Southeast quarter (NW 1-4 of
: -.orui nan I i or the
North hatr ( N" 1-2) .if the South hall
.. i - - ' oi tne Millhwrst quarter of the
Nortnehst quarter (HW 1-1 or .; j.d
and the Seuth half (S 1-2) of the North
nlf ( N -2' or the Soolhuw.u .... ...
K-c.the, N""'thcast Quarter (SW 1-4 ol
Nr. 1 - 4 .
Ir S.ctlor twenty. nine (29), Town,
"hip four it) North. Range twenty
cunt l: , Cist. W. M., a strip of land
riltv (5.11 fc-t In wid'h on each aid,
and psrallel with He e.,.r n r ,,,,,
mill, tra k of the ( regi.n Railroad 4
Nnvitfill'.n . omranv's t.-..lrnu,l .u.
n.e Is lo.nt.d r nnd across said
section j HW id. d tnst In suld section
... ...... ,..,. , unsii ne one
hundred snd filly n.",0) f,.,.i i wirii;.
four TiTW. of-ltsnge (wen.y-..fht
r-M East. Willamette Meridian. 1 1
quarter tSW 1-4 of NB 1-4).
v-.l. I,. If nt the South half of
...i v.i-ih half of the Southwest quar
ter of the Northeast qi.srl.MN 1-2 or
i-j of n i t rye - n .
..uarter ( SA 1-4 of HK 1-4, .Ba
west quar.er vi ... .....
ISW 1-t of NW 1-4):
The North half of South half of Ihe
N'urlheast quarter of "the outhwest
.uarter (N 1-2 of S 1-2 of .NE 1-4 of
The East half of th Northwest quar
ter (E 1-2 or NW 1-4) snd Ilia North
st quarter of, the Norjhwjstiquarler
of the Northwest quarle fNK i-4 of
SW 1-4 or NW 1-4): .
In Section thirty-three (p, lown
shlp four (II North. .r Range twenty
ight (.') East. Willamette Meridian,
the North half of the Southwest quar
ter ol the Northwest quarter (N 1-1 of
SW 1-4 of Nle 1-41;
In section seventeen I17. Towe--five
i;.) North, of Range twenty-eight
t.'M Kast. Willamette Meridian, tho
following described tract;
All that portion of the tfoutb half of
the Southwest quarter H T-I of BW
1-4) of s.u.l section that Ilea between
two lines drawn parallel to and oppo
site sides or and distant respectively
sixty I'll.) feet on the North and Ksst
lda snd forty (10) rest on .the South
and West side of the centep line of the
.'S'isI or the West extension of Uma
tilla Project Oregon, as the same is sur
veyed and constructed over and aarosa
the said lands.
In Section thirty-three (S3), Town
ship five (5) North, Range twenty
eight 128) East, Willamette Meridian;
that portion of rbn Northwest quarter
o( the Northwest quarter INW 1-4 of
.'W 1-4) of said Seclon lying West of
the Umatilla River below elevation
four hundred and ten (410) feet and
containing about I I acres, and South
half IH 1-2). Northwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter (NW 1-4 or HW 1-4).
snd South hair or South half (8 1-1 nf
S 1-2), Southwest quarter ol Southweat
quarter (SW 1-4 nf SW 1-1):
In Section Iwentytine (21), Town
ship three (3) North. Range twenty
nine (2H) Kast. Willamette Meridian,
lleglninng at a point five hundred
forty-eight (5(8) feet West of the quar
ter section corner between Sections1
sixteen (Hi) and twenty. one (21). In
Township three (3) North-. pt lianga
twenty-nine (21.) East. Willamette ile
ridian: ther.ce Wrsl tbreo hundred and
elghly-rio (285) feet; thence South ,18
deg. 50 niin. East along the Allen Hitch
right of way four hundred fifty (tr.ai
feet: thence North '21 deg. f,s ruin. Kst
two hundred seventy-five (275) feet:
thence North 0 deg. 20 mln. Ksst 95 fi
feet to point of beginning, containing
And a nsreel of land 189 feet wlda
alon? the East side or that Part of the
Southeast quarter of the Houthesst
quarter (SE 1-4 of SE 1-4) or Section
seventeen (17). Township four (11
North, of Range twenty-eight (2)
Last, W. M.. lying north of the L'mstll-
la River, reserving therefrom a atria -
or land 20 feet wide along tho Norther
ly end of said parcel or land, albdar
ee, less reservation, containing approx
imately 9 1-4 acres or land. .
Aluo all the water rights of the West
ern Lsnd & Irrigation I'nmo.nv. eveelit
such as have b...n released as si.nur-
tenant to lands sold: lo th ditch and
csnal system or said company, together
with all carsls. dlthes. lateral, welra.
Seadgstes. dams and flumes now owned
y said company, or which shall be ac
quired hy It. or said receivers, prior to
said sale, and said company's entire Ir
rigation system with the sppurten-
aiicea used In connection therewith and
thereto belonging; also all rights,
grants, privileges, frsnchlaea or lleena.
es granted or conferred by anv state.
illinty. cltv. toun ..i. ..,!,- ... I
body, Corporation or niuhnrliv com.
pany or Individual, now owned or con.
trolled by said company, and any and
all such rights, grants, privileges,
franchises and -licenses as shall here.
ner ne acquired or controlled bv the
ompany prjr to the date of sale, and
II rights of wav nnd i.lhn. vlo-k.J . ,l
nrlylt.Kcs now ownehy said company
rrnin Stain. u 1.24 ..r the railroad m,..,
I'iHSt Kilt- of sn'd Section, a ril-.
lai c of four hundred (lain r',..
tween (I,, ( ,,,n, ,
ShsH he ,.. hundred (1.10) fct will.
Wlllch It Shall h.r..l... '
and by virtue of audi rights, grants,
privileges, rranehlses and licenses, or
any renewals. irnai.,na ...airi..
Hons thereof In, upon, over or through
any and all public or private lands.
Also any and all other real properly
now owned hy ssld company, and all
other real . rimer tv owner) hv ...a
Ti ' ."! acquired hy It subsequent to
the 1st day or January, un), together
with all appurtenances thereof snd
thereto and all additional ditches, ap
propriations of wster or water rights
2',Z,!r "r I1,"11 "my hereafter
acquired by ssld companv. or br said
receivers prior to said sale.
Ssld sale niay.be adjourned by the
Master rrom day to day nr rrom week
to week by public proclamation of such
adj. ummcnt at thn time and place of
"fl.M. nnrl u- II U .. .. . j . , . c -
n- .. Z u.sne suniect t.i enn-
lirmation t,y rt rrt, nd ,h, nrnp.
-'prnvld'by"'!.'.1 ,n '"'
Dated November 17tb, 11)20.
M.A-S. n.e.a. m m m iws