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UKNI) RULLKTIN, BKNU, OREGON, TIIUltNDAYi FKIUIUAItY t, 1DIM
Itlirht Musi He Ilouullt for All
In IrMhjv, Acres lief ore Patent
wm i IhsuoiI c. o. r.
U-uuls Aro Affected.
That action on segregation lists
No. 9 nnd to. of the Central Oregon
Irrlgntlon Company's lands, will bo
taken in the near future appears
In n letter from tho Desert Land
Hoard to Iho company. "Action" Is
understood to mean tho passing of
the lands to patent. Information to
this effect was glvou State Engineer
Cnppor on his recent visit to Wash
ington. Patons are not o trine,
however, to any of the trnUa con
talning vxeess ncrease.
Tho letter ,1s as follows:
Salem.- Oregon, January 30, 1920.
Tho Central Oregon Indication Co.
"While Mr. Cupper was In Wash
ington recently ho made inqu'ry rol
atlvc to the present status of tho
State'B nppHcatlon for patent for tho
lands Include.! in lists Noi. - ar.d
Could Not Walk
Up The Stairs
I.e Anci'les Woman Suffered HIv
Ytvirs From lUit'iinuttisin mill lt
Relknotl t.V Taking TiiiiIiio.
"I had rheumatism so bad that
life was simply miserable for me nnd
I hnrdly cared what happened but
now si bottles of Tanlac huo en
tliely overcome my bIx years of trou
hlia nnd I nm n well nnd hnppy wo
man." said Mrs. Martha Asbnelt of
2226 1-2 UuniiQ St., Los Angeles, u
few days ago
"For tho past six years 1 hnvo
been in such misery that I enn hardly
understand how I hnvo stood up
under the strain nnd held out as long
as I did." shn continued, "I had
rheumatic pains in my knees so bad
that It wns impossible for me to stop
up or down n stair or stop, nnd my
hnnds .were so swollen and stiff that
I could hnrdly hold tho broom or
dishes. When I went to bed nt nlKht
I simply ached all over so bad that
I could not sleep or rest at nil. tn
fact. I was suffering all tho time. I
wns very nervous nnd worried so
much over my condition that I be
came despondent nnd saw no hope
of ever getting nny relief.
"I had little or no faith In medi
cine and treatments for 1 had tried
everything I had ever heard of but
they did no good but finally after
I had noticed so much In the papers
about Tanlac I made, up my mind to
give it a trial. And now I nm happy
to say It has como up to my fullest
expectations nnd more too. for all
signs of the rheumatism have com
pletely left me and I am back doing
nil my housework by myself for tho
first time; In years. My nerves aro
as steady as thoy can bo nnd when
10. nnd In.-iriiivl Hint nptlnn wntil 1 ht
token immediately upon reo.pt .T ' K to bed I never feci nn actio but
t trni..i,t' ., i.ii. i. cu ru 10 Hicop in unco nnu noi wiiKe
Air. Archibalds report which 4 due .. .., ,.- Mv ,!, ,
better than It was. I nm built up In
every way nnd Just haven't felt so
tine In years. Tanlac has helned mo
in the near future.
"Mr. Cupper was advised however.
that patent would not isjuo cover-
inc- nnr or ii, imria .n,,,in n after everything else failed and It
lng nny of the tracts contaln.n ox- certn,n!y ,s n pIea8Ure to .,, cvcry
cess acreage. According to Mr ' body what It has done for me "
Archibald's report made in 191? the! "Tanlac Is sold In Rend by Owl
following tracts contain exc m airi. "'B Co.. In Sisters by Geo. F. Alt
- ken, and In Bend by Horton Drug
"List for patent No..?, under the
Pilot Dutto Canal.
Township H S. Rango IS P. Sec
tion 17, NEI-4 NEI-4, 13 ncres;Sr:
1-4 NEI-4 5 acres; Township 10 S.
Hnngo 12 E. Section 20. SWl-4 SE
1-4, 5 acre: SEl-1 SE1-4, 9 acres:
Section 27. NEI-4 SW1-I, 9 acres.
Total, 41 acres.
"List for Talent No. 10. under
Central Oregon Canal.
Township 17 S. Range 13 E. Sec
tion 22. SK1-4 NE1-1. 20 acres; NW
1-4 NW 1-4. 13 acres; SW1-4 NW1-4,
15 acres; SB1-I NWI-4. 12 acres;
Section 32. NE 1-4 NE1-4, 1C acres;
NWl-t NTM-I. R nrruf Btt'LJ VP
1-4. 15 acres; SE1-4 NEI-4. ic' ,,e?dl"K Mx' to u chaT of ,,av
acres; NWI-4 SW1-4. 22 acres; SW,' !"f,U,,UOr ,n hl" 1"' ?'
1-4 SW1-I, 15 acre; NEI-4 SE1-4,
Styles in Ladies9 Ready-
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constantly being replenished with
fashion's newest and best, se
lected by skilled buyers from
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One visit will convince you that
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where Fashion and Popular Prices
PAYS $100 FOR
CAUSTIC VKItllAIi ENCOUNTER
M.TWKK.V DEFENDANT AND
POLICE CHIEF, MARKS CON
Q TfpC made of Wool Poplins, Serges,
Ovll 0""Tricotines, Gaberdines, Broad
cloths and Fancy Mixtures
$22.50 to $59.75
J. C. PENNEY
197 Busy Stores
MMMMWMMy HII ,
i ii 1 1 in II i
Si -, 1 ) 1
5c, Jerseys, I
etUs. Satin, I
ff At Popular 1
V Prices 1
TDtrCCITC ma4 of Se
1KH.OOIV3 Poplins. Ta
Silk, Tricotines, Foulards, and Crepe4
neatly trimmed-- $9.90 t
twenty to hand to the court, present- KOIt SALE 100 Whltn Lechiirii f o It. Turniboiinr
.i ,..,...,,- ,.nrt m Howard jilth ! puHetH. In fiiiu shupH. MyliiK now...McLauKhlln. Turrebonne.
f or. ....!....
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?iu vncu, hiiu fciuriifu uiu iihtvi".. ' (,j ijltC
bag to Mrs. Lcjivctt.
n ncres;.MVl-4 SE1-4.
SWl-4 SE1-4, 11 acres;
1-4, 10 acres.
Township 17 S. Ilange 14 E. Sec
tion 28. SE1-4 SE1-4. 20 acres;Sec
tlon 32 NWI-4 SE1-4, 0 acres; Sec
tion 33. NE1-4 SWl-4, 10 acres;
SWl-4 SWl-4. 10 acres; SE1-4 SW
l-4i 15 acres; Section 34, SE1-4 SW
1-4. 25 acres; SWl-4 SE1-4, 32
"Township 15 S. Itanso 14 E. Sec
tion 2. NWI-4 SE1-4, 10 acres; Sec
tion 11. SB1-4 SWl-4. 4 acros; Sec
tion 14. NE1-4 NWI-4. C acres; SW
1-4 NWI-4. 1 acre; SE1-4 NWI-4,
14 acres; Section 15, NE1-4 SWl-4,
13 ncres;Section 23, SWl-4 SWl-4,
6 acres; SE1-4 SWl-4, C acres; NW
1-4 SE1-4, 2 acres; SE 1-4 SE1-4.
1 acre; Section 20. NWW4 NE1-4, I
ucres; SWl-4 NE1-4, 3 acres; NWI-4
NWI-4, 2 acres; SE1-4 NWI-4, 1
ncre; SecUo'u',28. SE1.4 NEI-4, 3
acres; SE1-4 SE1-4, 12 acres; Sec
tion 33, NEL-4 NEI-4, 2 acres.
"Townsliip15 S. Range 15 E. So',
tlon S, Lot's,"? acres; NEI-4 SW1-I,
5 acres; Lot C, 4 acres.
If. Connnrn was fined $200 and cost
in city court Saturday evening, half
of tho Hue being remitted by Judge
I). H. Peoples during good behaviour.
Ou Dr. Connarn's statement that
Louis Colvln, arrested with him In
his orilce early Friday morning, had
nothing to do with the liquor, the
cuse ngdinst the second defendant
Uapld fire repartee of caustic na
ture, featured the latter part of the
hearing when Dr. Connnrn expressed
his displeasure at the fact that Chief
of Police Nixon had fixed his ball
at $200 at the time of his arrest.
"You know I could have put you
In jail without any ball," Chief
"es, and If I told all I know
about you, you'd bo in Jail, too," was
the dentist's rejoinder.
"If you think you've got anything
on me, go ahead and tell it," tho
police chief replied, but the defend
ant declined, declaring that he was
"too good a sport." The conversa
tion was Interrupted at this point by
the court, and Dr. Connarn was per
mitted to draw his check for $100.
A fnu tn In iiiau ifim I. l -t
Township 10 S. Range 14 K Gee- i I """""-0 """ vuu,v ""u ""'
. i i n "rt,"'c ",-'" Journed. Dr. Connarn returned, ask
i 4. Lot 1. 10 acres; Lot 2, 3llnir .,,, , niloPt . ,, ' ..
from hlirt be. destroyed. He waH as
sured that It would ,be kept for 10
days and that nt'the end of that
period lie could witness Its destruction.
acres; Lot 3,0 acres.; NEI-4 SWI-l,
n nqres; iK!cnon 8. SKUi NK1-I,
0 acrejs; Section 9 NWI-4 NWI-4,
12 acres; NEI-4 SWl-4, 10 acres;
SE1-4 SWl-4,s18 acres; Section 17,
NWI-4 NEI-4, 6 acretj. - . '
Total 509 acres, and 41 ucres;
fJraml Total. 550 acres.
"If nny of tho above tracts have
purchased or contracted to pm chase
.ater right for the excesH arm they
i iay be patenUid at.thls tlmo
"It Is thfpforo requested th you
xlirfoV oveVtlfo1 list anil, advUo at
your earliest convenience In order
'that proper-, evidence may l nied
At.th tho Depiirlmeut to asiju.o the
'. ct lielug patented at t'jls time."
FORMER STUDENTS OF
V. OF O. MAY ORGANIZE
In order that an nccurato enum
eration may ha mndo of all former
University of preoq studquts living
In and near KTJejad, all vhom at one
time attetiaed the state university
are roqueuted to Kond tholr names
at oncq to MJss Mubel Lorence. It
Is probably thTt' U of Ot assocla.
tlon mW "b fjord, horo.
WIFE SETTLES FOR
Tho misdemeanors of her husband
and her husband'B guests cost iVIra.
J. D. Leavett, of McKay avenue, $50,
when the police court case In which
Ray Stevens and Mrs. Iiertha How
ard were charged with drunkenness,
was Jried last night. Loavott had al
ready pleaded guilty to having liquor
In his possession and the other two
defendants udmltted that they had
become Intoxicated on their host's
home mado beer, but that they had
not been disorderly.
Ten dollars each was the lino
given Stevens and Mrs. Iloward.
"You seem to be rvsponslblo for all
this." Judge Peoples told Leavett,
nnd it will cost you $30," Leavett
attempted no argument with ilia
court, but calmly secured his w(fe's
handbag, removed tlie.refrom a roll
of bills stripped pff n 0a a'njjii
Through J. II, Miner, Claudo Lund,
recently of Twin Kails, Idaho, has
purchased tho Ed Slayton ranch In
tho vicinity of Clovcrdale, until tho
sale owned by Mr. Miner. The con
sideration was $8,000.
Tho ranch embraces 160 ncres and
is improved. It Is Mr. Lund's In
tention further to lmpron his now
holdings in Deschutes county and to
enter cxtenslvoly into tho raising
nnd breeding of choice, dairy stock,
ho being a man of wldo experience in
FOR SALE I will have about 5000
young calves, high grades, all
breeds, to offer for salo during the
next three mouths. Write mo for
I prices and particulars. N. E. Mel-
ichlor, Dealer In Live Stock, Tllla-
mopk. Qregon. It-IS-lOp
i FOR HALE Kor tin next ten ilnys
1 uiu offering 1100 acres of first
class pant lire land with plenty of
water, for sale at $5 per acre. Mr.
.Stockman, this Is your opportunity.
J II. Miner, Rend, Oregon. 23-i9c
FOR HALE -Oood Junlpex cord wood
FOR KALE-Old Trusty
In llrst class condition.
FOR HALE A fresh cow - H. F
Tlusley. Redmond, Ontgoii 53-18-411).
FOR HALE- If Its bargain for rash
Clinl ulvertuing cname ir iu id
ccnU for SO wrU or Icm. One rrnt per
word for all over 20. All claiiiflni aUvrrtUW
trie tie tub In advance
FOR RENT 33 acres within a mile
of Uond, uncultivated fpr several
years, water for 33 acres.of crop un
used and going to waste. Will loose
for (erm of years crop rent only or
will pay you to work lt,ror rrte.t J.
V. Rea:i. Rox 171, Cincinnati; 'Ofilb.
lAtHX AND FOUND.
STRAYED Yearling red st.vr,
bruudml I), II. I, connected on left
hip; tun jearllug steers, blown and
while nnd red mid while, bnindttd
5fl nit right hip; three year old hrlu
die ulier branded 50 ou right hip,
thiee jeiir old red row brained 50
ynu are looking for better see or mi right hop and W A ou left hip.
write Edwin J. Rogers about that J All lumt hole In right ear and sill
120 ncres of potatoes and alfalfa i in ft ear Finder please notify,
land - Edwin J. Rogers, Tuinulo.iR (). Aiidrus. Redmond, Oregon.
Oregon. 58-l3tfcl 75n1850p
FOR SALE Alfalfa ha, 430 tonsi ,., , ., , ,
nt $20 a ton. Home pssturu will rAKK.N ll- Holsteln-Jorsey heifer
go with It nt this price. Addiess.l. brnnd.'d lny M II on right hip.
J. II Miner Rend Ore 7fi-3ltfc 3 ( Silver. Tuiiulo. 37l74fip
It seems mighty fine
t,ous alfalfa bay, by contract. Les
tor & Payne, Rend, Oregon, 29-49
' :: ii' ' i - jy,
HOWS FOR SAflE-43 Dur6c Jersey
town will fifnowrv about, MiR-ch
fifteenth. I. D.jGoodkue. Roildi Ore
gon, or Inqulie 'lieukl & ljulnosj
FOR'BALE 10 head, young grade
cows, 3 to 7 ycarsTola, all bred to
rej;lH(eied Diirhum bulfyCash or six
months time. InqulrotF. O. Powers
on E. W. Olllet ranch three mllwj
east of Plainvlow sclibol house
Phone Tumnlo, 012. 34-lDr50o
FOR SALE Lot 17 of block 0 ot
Lytle, Including .'l-rooin Iiouhu,
cellur und outbuildings. Sealed
bids for this property will be re
ceived ut the lUw office of O, H?
Ronson up to February 10, 1920.
Undersigned reserves rfgjit to re
ject any or all bids. Mrs. Anna
Rourdmau. ' 83-49c
FOH SALE . ..Two.,- lots. $700, - T.J
F, Malonoy, Oettysburg, Wash,1
FOR SALU Hetwecn 15 and IS
tons of alfalfa hay, $20 per 'tori.
Nil sell I Rros., Tumnlo, Dragon.
to lie in a nice bright roomy location where we have every oppor
tunity to jjive our customers the .service and the conveniences they
like to htlve especially when they are leing shown furniture.
Yes, we' win the Pr ingle Building
on Wall Street
in the rooms formerly occupied by Hennctt-Cooper Co. Our show
windows, from time-to-time will give you ever opportunity to see "
whut new things we are having on our floor, and by the way, there
are many many beautiful things from which you may make your
selections-especially now that Spring is almost here and you will '
.be wanting to fix up yotn' rooms after the winter season, '
We want you to come and see us now,
that we are in our new location ,
Gilbert Furniture Co.
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