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TWELVE PAQE3 '
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1020.
IV11SSI0N FAMILY VISITS
AT GIBBON ON SUNDAY
GJBHO.V, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mm.
Duvo Robert mid Hltia on Mulvln ol
Mlmlun Btutlon spent Sunday here with
Mr. and Mm. Lle nryant.
Mm. ricnw Brace rcturnou1 Sutur
day night from I'ondleton where nhi!
spent the puat week at the home or
Mr. and Mr. W. A. Bruce.
Joe Ilojaduy "pent Monday nnd
Tuesday In l'cndleton visiting Ills son
Joe. who I attending- achool there.
Mr. and M.r. J. V. Thompson spent
Monday In I'cndlctnn.
Will Bwart of Im Grande, la here
thta week visiting at the home of his
brother Mr. and Mrs, Hoy Bwnrt.
Mr. Jui k O'Mera ui a Pendleton
MIkh llelva William lift Monday
evening for Hlnkle where she will act
a iiecond trlrk operator.
I.yle llryant wag In l'endlcton Satuf
Albert linker one of the foreBt rung
erH who haa been working on trfo gov.
ernmont road between Bingham
Spring and corporatlon'rangcr Station
left yesterday for hi home In l'ome
loy Wash. Mr. Baker win for five
years a ranger hera but for the part
four yearn haa been stationed near
,;' Italph Ward of Pendleton waa on
the river fishing Tuesday.
Anill Bergevln and hl latcr Mini
IMen Hergevln returned to their home
here Monduy uftor apcndlng a few
Cava hi Pendleton.'
Mr. and Mm. Ule llryant and Mr
Lizzie Stumper went to Pendleton to-
Notice of HIiIh to Fori) lull Lumber
Notice I Iierctry given that waled
blda will be received at the 'office of
the City ltecorder In Pendleton, Ore
gon up to t o'clock p. in. on December
l&lh 1K20. for furnishing to The Cllv
of Pendleton, P. O. 'J. the Iee Btreot ,he ,ot"' IJUrt of I"1 and varccl
nd Bpeclfloation for an appropriate
improvement of the following named
street In auld city:
Lincoln street from the North line
of Murk street to the South line of
llnley street, together with the estl
mateg of the work to be done and the
probable coat thereof with a statement
bridge 8000 feet of lumber 3i In. by
12 In. by -18 ft. The Common Council
reserves the right to reject any' and all
blda at Ha plcuxure.
Dated this 2nd day of December,
THOB. FITZ GERALD,
NOTICE Ol' l'KOPOKi:i 6THEET
NoUce of l'roMMC Ktrcet Inyirove-
Notloe la hereby given that at a
regular meeting of the Common Coun
cil of The City of Pendleton held at
the Council Chamber In Pendleton,
Oregon on November 24, 1D20 the fol
lowing devolution wua duly adopted
WHEREAS the City Surveyor of The
Ch of Pendleton did on the 10th day
of November, 1820, -under direction
und by requirement of the Common
Council file In the office of the lte
corder of The City of Pendleton, plan
0. A. C. STUDENTS WAGE
, Mr. and Mm. Dave J.lonlfer were
Pendleton vialtOM today.
' Mr. Hoy Swart wa III Pendleton
Friday. . "
Prcd liruce wa In Pendjcton Thurs
day and Friday.
Maintaining that the mayor and
councilmen were nut progressive arid
that sidewalk and lighting facilities
were In need of repair, the women of
Yoncall.i, Oregon, elected an entire fe
hilnlHt administration at a recet mu
while you sleep"
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OKRdON AORfCULTlIUL COL
lA'AW., Corvullia. Dec. 8. Cheating 1
practiced to Just what extent by the
student of the college? should the
honor system be' uwd In conducting
recitation and examinations?
livery student In college will be giv
en opportunity to answer these and
other Question to be submitted In the
form of a questionnaire within the
next few days by a ub-commlttee ot
trio standing committee to promote
honesty In ncaremic work.
The sub-committee Is composed of
Professor N. Tartar. Harold Robin
son and Hobert Warfren. It I hoi
nly to obtain the fact In regard to
the conditions In the college but the
co-operation of the students In ellm
inatlng the cheating evil.
Information and suggestion thus ob
tained will bo compiled and used tin
determining the future policy In gov
ernlng examinations and In dlspot-ing
of the Individual coses of cheating
Following are the questions to be
I. To what extent, In your opinion.
Ik rheuting practiced" in formal ex
rfnilnallonn at .6. A. C?
2. To what extent, In youd opinion
Is cheating practiced In scolastlc work
other than formal examinations?
S. As a rule do (ndustrlous student
4. Are Instructor In any way to
blame for cases of cheating?
6. Are you tn favor of the honor
6. Would the hoiutr system tend
to promote honesty in scholastic work
and thereby assist In strengthlng the
mural character of sturents?
7. What change. If any, do you sug
gest in conducting examination at O.
A Dependable) Phytic
when Bilious, Headachy,
Constipated and Upset
10," 25, 50c drugstores.
STATE OF WAR CEASES
THIESTR, Dec. 8. (A. P.) D'An
uunxlo'i headquarters announced Tues
day that the "state of war" between
the regency of Quarnero and Italy
will not continue. The action follow-
t ed a visit of a special commission of
Ivestlgators state that this years
Cuban sugar crop will be one of the
largest In the history of the Island.
of land to be benefited by.uch Im
proveinent and the percentage of the
IMttl oost of improvement, which each
of such lot, pnrt of lot and put-eels
of land should pay on account of the
benefits to be derived from uch Im
WHBKEAH, the ciuncll ha examine
ed such plan and speflcatlons and
ctimates and found the same satisfac
tory und tto estimate therefor to be
tn accordance with the probable cost
of such work, and
THEH1SAH, the property recom
mended by the City (Surveyor to be In
cluded within the boundaries of the
district benefited I In the Judgment
of the Common Council properly to
be Included within such Improvement
district and no property 1 excluded
therefrom which should properly be
Included therein, and.
WHEREAS, the Improvement of the
hereinabove described portions of snld
street, either with Gravel Ultulithlc
Pavement, Concrete Pavement or War-
lenlle Bitullthlo Pavement on Crushed
Ilock or Crushed Gravel foundation.
Vis at this time -necessary, therefore,
RESOLVED, by the Common Coun
cil of The City of Pendleton that It Is
expedient to improve and It 1 hereby
proposed to Improve said portion of
s&ld Lincoln Btreet by paving the same
with either Oravcl Bltullthlc Pave
ment Concrete Pavement oi Warren
Ite Bltullthlc Pavement on Crushed
fioelc or Crushed Gravel foundation
such pavement to be constructed and
the urface thereof to be finished upon
the. eatublished grade of said street
and. the eereetjo hve,.curaan4 gut
tern and all other things in accord
ance with and a shown In the plans
and specification for th Improve
ment of said portions of said Lincoln
Street, prepared by F. B. Hayes, City
Surveyor, field with the ltecorder of
said city on the 10th day of November,
1920, which ald plan and apecifica
tion are hereby particularly referred
to. and be It further.
, UESOLVED that the Engineer" es
timates of the probable total cost of
such Improvement, which said City
Engineer' estimates were made and
prepared by F. B. Hayes, City Surveyor
of said city. In the sum of $3098.35
and were, filed with the Recorder of
said city, on the 10th day of Novem
ber, 10, is hereby Included and here
by referred to particularly, and be It
RESOLVED that the plan and
specification and estimate for auch
Improvement, are prepared by the
City Surveyor and filed with the Re
corder of the City of Pendleton, on
the 10th day of November, 1920, be
and they are hereby adopted and ap
proved, and bo It further, resolved
that the cost of making auch Improve
ment shRil be a charge and lien upon
all lots, part of lot and parcels of
land be benefited by such Improve
ment, and the owner of such lot,
parts of lot and parcels of land, so
specially benefited by such Improve
ment hall be liable for the payment
of the cost thereof, and be It further,
RESO'-A'ED that an Assessment
District 1 hereby created to be known
a "Assessment District No. 71" em
bracing the property benefited and
they be assessed for the payment of
urh Improvements, which Assessment
District shall Include all lots, parts of
lots and parcel of land lying and be
ing within the district bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
Inscription of Assessment District
Commencing on the Southwest cor
ner of Lot Six ) Block Fifteen (15)
Raley' Addition to Pendleton; thence
North 300 feet and parallel with the
west line of Lincoln Street; thence
East 260 feet. on the South line of
Raley Street; thence South 300 feet
and parallel with the East line of Lin
coln Street: thence West 260 feet on
the North line of Mark street tn the
point of beginning.
And be It furthor ;
RESOLVED Unit a copy of tbif
resolution together with the notice
that the surveyor' estimate of th
proportion of the cot of said work
to be charged against each lot, part of
lot and parcel of land Is on file In the
office of thu City Recorder be publish
ed for a period of ten day 'n the East
Orcgonian, which newspaper I here
l.y designated by the Common Council
for tho publication thereof.
And further notice 1 hereby given
that tho City Surveyors estirnalo ol
the probable cost of Bald Improve
ment to be charged against each lot,
part of lot uui parcel of land on ac
count of said improvement is now on
file In the office of The City Recorder,
subject to Inspection and examination.
Dated this 1'fiih day of November,
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
NOTH'K TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received by the
Director of tho Umatilla Drainage
District, at tho office of the Furnish
Ditch Company, tn Stanfield, Oregon,
until five (5) o'clock p. m. December
10th, 1920 for the furnishing of all
labor and materials for the construc
tion of a drainage system as set forth
in the plans and specification a pre
ared by B, H. Severance, Engineer for
said District for the following Approx
24,500 Cu. yds. Main ditch excava
5,000 . cu. yads. Lateral Ditch exca
vation. 1.C00 Hn. ft. Clearing.
S5.000 board feet of bridges.
70 cu. yds. concrete.
260 tin. ft. 30 Inch pipe laying.
8 cu. yds. concrete abutments.
Rids to be made on forma as fur
nished by R. A. Holts, Sec. of the
Board of Directors of the L'matilla
Drainage District, Stanfield, Oregon.
A certified check in the sum 'of I
per cent of the total amount of the
bid, must accompany each proposal.
The successful bidder will be requir
ed to furnish a bond In a sum equal to
the total emount of his bid.
The directors of the Umatilla Drain
ago District, reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
J. G. PEARSON, Vrei
R. A. HOLTE. Sec.
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Eat More Bread
New Capital Necessary
Notice of Wds for Coustruttion of
Notice Is hereby elven that" sealed
bids will be received at the office of
the City Recorder tip to 5 o'clock p.
m. on December 15th 1920, for the
construction of the following described
concrete Crosswalks 1n the City of
1 Crosswalk' on Railroad Street on
the west line of Lllleth Street.
1 Crosswalk on Railroad Street on
tho west line of Aura Street.
1 Crosswalk on Aura Street on the
south line of Bluff Street.
1 Cross walk on Bluff street on the
west line of Aura Street.
1 Crosswalk on Tustln Street on the
west line of Cosbio Street.
1 Crosswalk on Aura Street on the
south line of Tustln street.
1 Crosswalk on Tustln Street on the
east line of Aura 8treet.
1 Crosswalk on Lewis Street on the
sest line of Jeff Davis Street.
1 CrOKHH-alk on Jeff Davis Street on
the north line of Lewis Street.
1 Crosswalk on Beauregard Street
in the south line of Lewis Street.
1 Crosswalk on Lewis Street on the
east line of Beauregard Street.
The Common Council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids at Its
Dated this 2nd day of December,
TIIOS. FITZ GERALD,
Bread is the gift of the sunny, yellow
The strength and vigor of the wheat is
bound up in nature's most toothscftne food.
From our sunny bakeshop hundreds of
loaves come forth daily in a golden shower.
The dainty white wax wrapper means
A Better Bread cannot be made than
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS
T I,,r, f.,,ii. ll North nt llin PHI nnar,.-r IM&T l.ik. H,H h.If ' . , parcel Of land 183 r-t WKie
twenty-eight -'8) East, Willamette j S 1-2) of the Northeast quarter of the !
Meridian: .Southeast quarter of the Southesstj
The Northeast quarter of the North- icorter (XE 1-4 of l-i SB 1-4): the!
Expansion and improvement require a telephpne company to constantly
borrow money. Current earnings,',of course, take care of current expenses, and
they should be sufficient to pay a fair return on the investment. "'
Money can only be obtained from one source'; from the investing public ;
those who have surplus money to invest. ,, The investor demands security, con
vertability the ability to change his investment at will without loss -and an
assurance of a reasonable and continued rate of return.
, . Will he will you will a bank, trust or insurance company invest money in
an enterprise which is unable to meet these'requirementa? " ' x
Today in Oregon we are operating at a deficit.' Our property in this state is
yielding no return' to its owners. Without a return on present capital how can
we expect to attract new. capital ?
Our ability to borrow depends upon our revenues and our revenues
upon our rates. . ' '
We are asking the Public Sen ice Commission of Oregon to consider the in
adequacy of our present revenues and to approve schedules of rates which will
guaratite prmanenqy, extension and improvement of the service.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE & TElf GRAPH COMPANY I
KOTM'K OF SALE,
la the I'nllril Main nintrlrt Caiirt for
the Dinlrtrt of llrran.
THR CENTRAL, Tltl'ST CO.. a corpora
tion, duly incorporated and exlatlng
under the Laws of the State ot Ohio
and Philip Hinkle. an trustee. Com
plfllnanta, v. WKSTERN LAND & IR
RIGATION COMPAMV. ..,.rn,,r,.
duly incorporated and existinif under
and by virtue of the Laws of the
State of Oregon; and the Rank of
Echo, a Ranking Corporation duly In
corporated and existing under and
by virtue of the Laws of the State
or urcRon; Wlllam I. Breed and
Learner 1. Harritmn. co-partners do-
lnir business as Itreed & Harrison,
and Harry K, Weil; John K. Roth
Herbert I". 'Weil and Henry S. Irving,
co-partners dolnit business as Weil,
Roth & Co., Respondents.
Notice is hereby Riven that under and
by virtue of & decree rendered and en
tered in the above entitled court anH
cause on the 17th day of November.
lWl'e. WherebV it in nrriercH nrii,,.!.-..
and decreed that all of the ditches, ca-
.-.. mhiit rilf lis nnn MmtK nr ...
spondent. Western LnnH & lrriirii,.
("ompuny be sold by me as
Master in C'baneerv nf Rnirf enit ,
satisfy the amount due complainants
on the outstanding bonds secured by
trust deed or mortirnzF m
ants, to-wit. one hundred and seventy-
uve tnousana dollars .$17!i.000.00). and
A, . slx per ccnt rrom January 1,
1912, and on the amount due rt'smmri.
ent, the Bank of Kcho, to-wit. twentv
one thousand six hundred and forty
four and eighty-six hundredths dollars
iii,ii.tij, with interest at eight per
cent from the 20th day of May, 1914, 1
win on Friday, the 17th dv of Decem
ber, 1S20. at tho south door of the
Court House. In the City of Pendleton,
Oregon, at 10 o'elnek in th f.-,rMnnnn
of said day sell as an entirety, and as
one property, and not in separate par
cels to the highest and best bidder, all
Of tho riirht. title. Intercut Dnrl rtatD.A
of the Western Land - Irrigation
Company in and to the lands and prop-
i,ernnniicr aeserioea and in nnd
to any other lands owned bv said com
pany, and acquired by It subsequent ti
ill,, UH.r (II JnilHFl nf ii , .
niay bo acquired by- suid co'mnanv. oi
ny i u. hwayso and W. H. Simpson, as
receivers, of said rnmninv ni
date of sale. No bids for said lands
s property lor less than one hundred
thousand dolara ismn nnn nm u,m k
celved or considered, and the purchaser
or purchasers thereof will be required
to pay not less than twentv-five oer
,.v v., yu n(m,uui or nis or tneir bin
ash. or bv eertifio,! li.i,-L- nn Bn..
vent bank or trust romnunv B
of sale, the balance of the purchase
price may be paid In cash or first mort
gage bonds and accrued rmiimn. ihA.
j J on, secured by the mortgage or deed of
The lands and property so to be sold
are described as follows:
All of the Nnrthw, n, ,..,.. vw
'.1",,.of "ectlon fifteen (151. Township
-two (!) North, of Jtanire tw,v..nn
iiv.r bai. luamene Aieridian;
--" . ' .of 'ractional section one (1), and
SS.all of section thirteen (13), In Town-
onip uiree (.ii. ivortn or Hange tnentv
cvetl (27) Kast Willamette Meridian;
aii oi iracuonai section one (1), and
all of Sections thirteen (13) snd twenty-five
(25, in Township four (4).
North of ltango twenty.gcven (27) East.
All of Section fwpntr.flv. I,l In
Township five (5) North, of "ltango
twenty-eeven (7) East. Willamette Meridian:
The fractional North hnlf IV i.n ndi
the Kast hnlf of the Southeast quarter
ic i-i oi 5c or Meotlon rive (5).
In Township three (3) North, of Hange
twenty-eight (28), East Willamette
Meridian: , '
The fciat hair (E l.S) nf friinal
Section five tf). and all of Section
twrelv-nine : a-.d ii! tn tliai part
west Quarter (NE 1-4 of NW 1-4). the
South half of the Northwest quarter
(S 1-S of NW 1-4). the Northeast quar
ter of the Southwest quarter (XE 1-
of fiW 1-4). and the South half of the
Southwest quarter (S 1-2 of SW 1-4) of
bection thirty-three (33), In Towmr.
tour (4 1. North ot Kange twenty-eign
(2S) East. Willamette Meridian:
All of Section twenty-nine (29), in
Township five (5) North, of Range
twenty-eight (28) East. Willamette Jlu
The South half of the Southwest
quarter (S 1-2 of SW 1-4) of Section
seventeen (17). in Townsliip five (ii)
irth, or Kange twenty-eight (2H)
i.ast. mamettc. Meridian
The West half of the West balf (W
1-! of W 1-2) of Section thirty-three
US), in Township five (5) North, of
Range twenty-eight (28) East, Willam
Excepting from the foregoing, how
ever, strips of land extending through
the same, or so much of such strips as
may be within said premises, of the
width of l0 feet, lying between two
lines each drawn parallel to and distant
SO feet from the center line of the main
track of the Oregon Railroad & Navi
gation Company as the same is now lo
cated, constructed ana operated on.
over or across said described premises,
or within fifty feet of the same; and
also excepting a strip of land 3 rods
wide, being 1 1-2 rods wicj on each
side of the center line of the Minneha
ha Irrigation Company's canal as the
same is now . constructed over and
across-Section twenty-nine (9),- in
Township four (4) North, of Itange
twenty-eight (28) East. Willamette
Also nil that portion of the West
hnlf (W 1-2) of the Northeast quarter
1-4) and the East half (E 1-2) ol ,
the Northwest quarter (NW 1-4) of
ection twenty-one (21), Townsbit
three (3), North, ot Range twenty-nine
rast. vtmamette Meridian, whic
is west of the center of the main chan
nel of tho Umatilla River; save and
except a piece of ground containing
lourteen tn) acres which is not in
tended to be hereby conveyed, whlei
is described as follows: Commencing
at a point up said Umatilla River four
hundred and forty (440) yards from the
nurmeasi corner or the lands abovi
aeserioea: running thence southwest
erly to a point fifteen (15) rods Souli
er the dividing line between David,
Coffman and John Boyce; thence fol
lowing me root or the bluff urn
mouth of Alkali Canyon to said river
i a point two Hundred twenty (fiO)
yards above the nlaee of hp-rinntnir--
' hence down said river to the place of
Reserving and excepting from said
lands, such as are now known or sh -hereafter
be ascertained to contain coal
or iron, and also such surface ground
as may be necessary for right of oeeess
to such excepted coal nnd iron lands
for tho purpose of exploring, develop
ing and working the same;
Also saving and excepting from ail of
the above described tracts, the follow
ing parcls included therein, with the
water rights appurtenant thereto
w-hich have been sold simA th .lata ..r
complainants' trust deed or mortgage.
ana released from the lien tl,r...,r h
any other parcels which mav have
neen released from the 1 en or nlH
aeea or mortgage, to-wit:
The North half of the North hall
(N 1-3 of N 1-2) of the Southeast
ter of the Northeast quarter (SB 1-4 of
NE 1-4) of .Section thirteen 131. it.
luwusnip lour HI North. Range twenty-seven
(27) East. WillamottA Mr-
The following described tract tn Sec
tion twenty. fiv (25), Township four
t-w iturtii, iange iweniy-seven (2i)
East. Willamette Meridian:
Commencing at a point S60 feet West
ano su leet South of the yuarter Sec
uou corner between Section twenty-
iivo i;a, rowiisnip tour tl) fiorth
Range twenty-seven (27) East. Will
amette Meridian, and Section tltirtv
toO), Township four (() North. Range
twenty-eight (28) East. Willamette
Meridian: thence south 3:15 fept- thn.-n
West SCO feet: thence North 335 feet;
thence East atftl fettt to tlm nla.. Kn
In Section five (.). Townshin rmie
hi .-orin. itange twrntv-cigbt U'M
East. Willamette Meridian;
The South three-fourths (1-4) of the
Southeast quarter of the Northeast
quarter tSK 1-4 of NK 1-4); the North
three-fourths (N 3-4) of the Northeast
tjiinrter ci me n,utneaM quarter iXb't
o! bt- 't 11; the Ncith ball 4N l-J) ..
Eatt half of the South half (E 1-2 of
1-2) of the South half of the South
east quarter of the South ?ast quarter
IS 1-'. of SE 1-4 of SE 1-4): the West
alonsr the East side of that part of the
Southeast quarter of tbe Southeast
quarter (SE 1-4 of SB 1-41 of Section
seventeen (17). Township four (4 1
North, of Range twenty-eight (2)
East. W. Jf.. lying north of the Umatil
la River, reserving therefrom u Btrin
pf land 20 feet wide along the Xorther-
Uitl! cr the Southwest nnnrter tw 1
VnV.h'h:!?0 ,1? f JL.P.L'iL? A1o ! ?he w.,r rights of the West
quarter of the Southeast quarter (SW
1-4 of SE 1-4): the West half of the
South hrlf (W 1-8 ot S 1-2) of the
North half 'N 1-2) of the Southeast
quarter of tho Southeast quarter (SE
1-1 of SB 1-4): the Northwest quarter
f the Southeast quarter (NW 1-4 of
SE 1-4); the North half (N 1-2) of the
North half (X 1-2) of the South half
(S 1-2) of the Se uthwest quarter of the
Northeast quarter (SW 1-1 of NE 1-4)
and the South half (S 1-2) of the Nortb
half tx 1-2) of the Southwest quarter
Ir Section twenty-nine (25), Town
:fliip four i !) North. . Range twenty
eight l:Sp East. W. Jf.. a strip of iand
one hundred ii(0 feet in width, being
fifty (501 feet in wld'h on each side o(
nr-d -parallel . ilh Ibe et-i ter lire of the
mill, tra -k of the ( regon Railroad it
'v!g.iti'n Comranv's lailroad as the
anie is located --.,. r and across said
se-nion. provided that in said section
ii:.. hmi Frtirueti feirip shall be one
hundred and fifty (150) feet In width
from Station .";24 of the railroad survey
tu the Eest'liite of sa'd section, a dis
tance of four hundred (400) feet: be
tween the said loirfts the said strip
shall be ont- hundred (luO) feet wide
on tho Notthtrly side of the said center
lire and lifty (50) feet unon th south-
'.;lly side o? the said center line;
In Section seventeen (17), Township
four (4) North, of Range twentv-cichi
-M Last. Willamette M.,r,,n..n i.
West thirty-five t:i.r,) flrnt (.1 il.a
Northwest quarter of the "Northeast
itu.i, it-, t. J- or nk l-4l;
The North half of the South hair of
the North half of the Southwest quar
ter of the Northeast quarter (N 1-2 of
S 1-2 of N 1-2 of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4);
The Northeast quarter of Southeast
quarter (NIC 1-4 of SE 1-4) and South-l"-tor-
or Northwest quarter
(S 1-4 of NW 1-4);
The North half of South half of the
.tu, wit-aai uuarier OI the Southwest
lrin N 1-8 C S 1"a f NE 1-4 Of
The East half of the Northwest quar
ter (E 1-2 of NW :-4) and the North
"st quarter of the Northwest quarter
if the Northwest quarter (NE 1-4 of
1-4 of NW 1-4):
In Section thirty-three (33), Town
ship four (4) North, of Range twentv
"'Eht (2ft) East. Willamette Merid ian,
the North balf of the Southwest ,--
l';r. .,he Northwest quarter (N 1-2 ol
SW 1-4 of NW 1-4):
in section seventeen (17). Tov-
1.-, iuriu, or itange twentv-eip-ht
iKatlon Comnanv. exeent
"-h a nave, neen released as appur
tenant to lands sold; also the ditch and
canal sysV-m of said company, together
with all tar His. ditches, laterals, weirs,
headgates, dams and flumes now owned
by said company, or which shall be ac
quired by it. or said receivers, prior to
said sale, and said company's entire ir
rigation system with tbe appurten
ances used in connection therewith and
thereto belonging: also all rights,
grants, -privileges, franehiaes or licens
es granted or conferred bv any state,
county, city, town or Other municipal
body, corporation or authority, com
pany or individual, now owned or con
trolled by said company, and anv and
all such rights, grants, privileges,
franchises and licenses as shall here
after be acquired or controlled by the
company prior to the date of sale, and
all rights of way and other rights and
privileges now owned by said company
Which It Shall hereafter ,.nni nJ..
and hy virtue f slIeh rights, grants,
privileges, franchises and licenses, or
any renewals, extension or modifica
tions thereof in. upon, over or through
any and all public or private lands.
Also any and all other real property
now owned by said company, and all
other real property ow ned by said com
pany and acquired by it subsequent to
... 1 lay of January, 190!. together
with all appurtenances- thereof and
thereto, and all additional ditches, ap
propri.ttions of water or water rights
now owned or that may be hereafter
acquired by said company, or by said
. . ' a Ml l"r l" saia sale.
Said sale may be adjourned bv the
Master from day to day or from "week
to week by puhlic proclamation of such
adjournment at the time and pHc- of
sale, an.-t w ill be made subject t.) -on-firmatinn
by said court, and the prop-
V. n,o . VI oe. Kul0ect to redemption
as provided by law. .
Dated November 17th, IS"!)
ROBERT P. MAOCIRE.
n.i. il n. . Maater- in Chancery.
Title Trust Building.
Swallow slowly small piece
rub well over the throat.
bust. AVillnmctta MpriHmr.
follfm-intr descrihori traet -
All that portion of the Ronth h.ir t
the Southwest quarter (S 1-2 of SW
1-4) Ot S3id Section that lie hetureen
two lines drawn uarallel to anH
site sides of and distant respectively
sixty liill) feet on the North and Eas'l
side and forty (40) Oct on tho South
and est Side Of the eentee Ilnu t . i.
f-1?Hl..pf. ,h."'Wos' extension of Uma-i
tilla f'rofect Oreiron nn tl,e ... i- I
veyed and constructed over and across
In Section thirty-three (S3), Town
ship five (5) North, Range twentv
eisht (58) East. Willamette Meridian:
that portion of the Northwest quarter
J . .Northwest quarter (NW 1-4 of
1-4) of said Secion lying West of
the 1 matilla River below elevation
four hundred and ten 14101 .i ...
containing about 1.8 acres, and South
half (S 1-2). Northwest mi.ri... r .i..
Southwest quarter (NW 1-4 of SW 1-4)
3 ,Jl - ot south half (S 1-J of j
v. - ... -v...... gunner Ol soulhweat
quarter (SW 1-4 of SW 1-4)-
In Section twentv-on i-ui n-..-H
ship three (3) North. Range 'twenty
nine ( Kast. Willamette Meridian,
leginilinir at a noint five k..-
forty-eight (54X1 feet West of the quar
ter section corner hetu.-e..m
Sixteen tli) and iVrnlv-nn. i-M I-
Township three (3) North of Range '
,... ,,,.-,,. r.asi. Willamette Me-I
rldlan: ther.ee West three hundred and
eighty-five (3S5) feet: thence South 3S
deg SO mln. East along the Allen lxtcn
rtaht of way lour hundred fillv l tie
feet: thence North 21 deg. 55 nun. Ea"
two hundred seventy-five (275) feet-
nence deg. JB m'n. East "5.6
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