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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1912)
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N ew sp ap er rea ders become so t i r
ed o f the noted people
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, T o c e leb r a te y«*ur v icto ry onl;
n«-c«-aaarlly an noy « the enemy.
Free Fruit Land at Paisley
have o f th eir wr on gs
lo mak e
proof, to ealabllah claim lo the land
ab ove deecrlbed, b e fo re I P. He
I ’ . H (Toiiiiiileslona-r, at hla office at
Redm on d, O regon , on the 14th day
o f January, 1913
Claimant names aa witnesses
lx>n C Hall o f T errebo nn e, O r e
gon. W l l f e r d Archer. Karle Renton,
Kxra M. Kby. all o f R edm on d. O r e
C W M O O R K . Keglater
Flral publication Dec 5
Noil««- fo r Publl<ation
Departm«-nl o f the Interior, IT. 8
hand Office at T he Dallea, Oregon ,
N o v e m b e r 1«. 1912.
Notice la hereby
giv en that A r
thur M O v e r t u r f o f Slaters. Or«-gon,
who. on May 3. 1910. mad«- Horae-
atead. N o 06669, for K ' x H K 1. Her
3 and N 'A N E V * Her 10. Townahlp
15 South. R a n g e I I
hast, W ilia m -
••It«- Meridian, ha* filed notice o f In
tention to make Final Commutation
P ro of, to establish claim to the land
above dearrlbed, Ix-fore H. C. Ellis,
r . S. Commissioner, at hla office at
O regon , on the 30th day of
Claimant names as wltneaaea:
Edward T r o y e r , C lyde Johnson o f
Sisters. O r e g o n . Robert W, Harper,
Jonathan I*, l-andlx o f Cline
C. W . M O O R K. R e giste r
First publication Nov. 28-Dec 26
Our hank references are:
First National Rank, Philadelphia. Pa.
Girard National Rank, Philadelphia. Pa.
Commercial Trust Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
Interstate Finance Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa.
Merchants Trust Co., Camden, N. J.
Northwest Townsite Co.
P H IL A D E L P H IA , PA.
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I'Ut’lt* licit umter
head al una rant a « o n t fur
I «*i| fur li'aa (hall 1 radia
(n u n uut o f l o a n (dual Infu m i
■ a maiijr laauaa lha ait ta lu
(tul o f to w n ante ra muai he
tu;*til<-d by raah
ra m u n i aa « u n í a
M ill S tl.K
« Muh creila b l r y r l « , d e r e r ua-
l 'a lt a( 8l«>keemaii
>aa rut aaw In (n o il ra n illllu n at
rxaln. T h e Spokesm an
aprlngera. high g rad e milk
lla r v e y H arris
on o f maraa, 6 amt 7 y ea r« olit.
til 1125 anit 1210. 2 yaarlln s
I aal I uni or it b re e rb llig har-
I Si toil lia r 3 1« Inch » a g o n ,
uli Juba I tec re w a lk in g plow . I
la. A M O v e rtu rf. Hlelera. Or-
«0 Ix-utlng alovea w ill be aolil al
inable p rlre T h e Spokesm an
lle rk a h lre llo a r fur
Apply lo X. T h e Spokesm an
1 31 r
KOI M l
place al I.ynrh * Hub-
O w n er ran have same
r «« Ins p ro p erly am i paylns fur
2 2 tf
fu r n a r k
III l.i. H i l t H KIt\ U K
thoroughbred Kail f u l l bull for
Ira, If. mi raah for service Wm .
U IH C K IX A N K O I'M
a <lo your next uriter o f Job
•ullifa rtory. T h e
- r* <’» n iiiaks rooi I money.
»1 S|M>keainan ufflre
The king waved a friendly gesture
aitvertlaement la a o f dlamlaaal. and the little dark figure
hunter, ami eelitom tremblingly withdrew
He had been
ordered to atab hta associate«
Without a m om en t« hesitation ne
0Py your letters with manlfolit
gave the cruel orders that sent them
r •! T h e Spokesman.
hurling over the pre«-1plce
HA K B IT M K T A I,
When the president o f the Van f>am
*"* ^l«>keanian has about
1 . 0 0 0 Trust mmpnny fn!l««1 to receive the
n,t» of old type m etal that la Juat promised m illion« from lllvena he call
ed hla telephone and. le re lv ln g no an
*hl"K for butiblt metal, parkins
awer. sprang Info hi« autom obile and
Same will be Bold
daah«-d downtow n to the little main
latrse quantities aolil
When the clerk at the door lnforme«1
* 8t,°kestiian fo r g ood prin ting.
him that Mr lllvena could not he «e«-n
bv any «me he drove hack to the nala-
tini bonne o f ht« hank «mlled andly
al the mod In frvmt of Its huge H'lara.
ordered Ita tirón»« diair« rlo-u-d an I kit I
a round Ihe i w i i f f to bla hnuic. baked
himself In hla room and blew hla tirnlna
For a week the panic held the finan
rial world In the grip o f denth
en tuinka had rlia-ed their diaira and a
w o re o f men who had long boasted
their courage among men bad died the
d«-atb o f cowards when put to the teat
One of Ihe uioat curtíala resulta of
the iMinlr was the revulsion of pop.
ular feeling agnlnat the daring and
hone«t young officer of the law who
hud render««! the gre«l«-«l aerrlce to the
people wrought by any public aervaut
In a generation
He was hailed aa the
arch traitor o f the (ample, the man who
hnd u«««1 hla high office to produce a
panic and carve a fortune ont o f the
ruin of millions whose d«-pnalta were
tied up In lumka that might never again
o|«-n their diaira
Stuart, stung to d«-«|>eration hy their
Infanti«)« r barin- attemptnl at first
to repet them
He »top|«d at last In
disgust ami maintained afterward a
digli Ulivi alienee
From the tirai day o f the run lllvena
had laughed In the face o f the crowd
that lH—lcg*-d the «loor of hla big limad
He atoad on top o f the
granile steps and ahouted In their
T o m « on. you dirty cowards! Tea
got yoor money Inside waiting for you.
every dollar o f H—IU> cents on the dot
The crowd made no rrtily
merely moved up In line In stolid «1
lence a little rlo««er to the door
day this line had grown longer
etia was not w orrying
Th e king had
T h e folly o f these people In
their Insane efforts to wreck Hlven's
hank waa making tm|«jasiblo a return
to normal bualn«>a*.
Stuart determined to face this crowd
and bave it out with them
H e be
Iteved that a hold appeal to their reo-
eoo would allem-e hla critics and allay
their Insane fears
Ha told lllvena o f
hta punaxe over the telephone aod the
financier protested vigorously:
" l «o n t do I». Jim. I heg o f you.” be
pleaded “ It will tie a waste o f breath
Hewidea, you risk yiHir life "
" I ’ ll he there when the hank ope ne at
10 o’eba-k tom orrow morning." waa the
When Mtuart appeared the next morn
mg a ruar o f rage swept the crowd
llo w lw cura«««, rateada. bt««ea. hoots
and yells were hurled Into hie fa ro It
waa a new experience in Mtuart'a life
He Ituahed red. «tia«1 for a moment
surveying tne moh with grow ing anger
and ltfr««1 hte band for alienee
The answer waa a «turiti o f nlaaea
Appitrently be hadn't a fnem l in all the
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
Oregon, for the County o f Crook.
Irr iga tio n C om
pany. a cor por ation, plaintiff, va. R.
II MrAshtand. defendant.
T o It It McAs hlan d:
In the name o f the State o f O re
gon You are hereby require d to ap
pear and an sw er the roinplalnt filed
against you In the ab ove entitled
suit within six we eks fro m the day
o f the first publication o f this sum
mons and if you fall to so appear
and answer, f o r want th ereof,
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the re lie f prayed fo r In the com
for the cancellation
and setting aside o f a certain con
tract. dated June 6th, 1908. made
between you and the I>es«-hutes I rr i
gation and P o w e r Com pany and as
signed to said plaintiff, r ela tin g
Ihe settlement o f certain landa. and
the purchas«- o f water rights ap pur
tenant th ereto, situate In Crook
County. O regon , and f o r auch other
and fu rthe r r e l i e f as may seem to
the Court Just and equitable.
T h is summons is served upon you
by publication by authority
o r d e r o f the Hon. W L. Kradshaw,
Judge o f the Circuit Court
State o f O regon for the County of
Crook, and said or d er Is dated the
16th day o f N ov e m b e r, 1912. and Is
duly recorded and ente red in said
Court and suit.
Date o f first publication. N o v e m
ber 21. 1912
Date o f laat publication, January
Jesse Stearns & Jacob Kanxler,
A ttor n e ys for the plaintiff
Address all communications to our Portland office. No. 601
N '■on Pudding. \\ rite now. The average cost o f water will tie
$16 an acre. We will give you a square deal.
apfiaar at court tie a a« •luuitoonil««!
He bad Iona wor«lil|«-<l and taared
Hie king with due rvit-rrur* and al
waya s|«»ke dla uaiue with awe
l«- actually ra lln l luto ni» august pres
core In «itch a riiale ana an undream
ed o f honor.
He hn«tan««l Into (be
ruyal preM-m-e a l(h l.-atlm; heart The
auverelgn glanced up with quick en
“ Mr III vena. I l«-llrreT *
The little man bowed low.
“ I bear that you are al«m t to aid the
Van liam I rust with four millions In
c a «h f
lllvena «rnliad with pride.
"M y arcretary will deliver the money
to Ihe hank within an hour.”
The king suddenly aln-eled In bla
Idg armchair. rat«eil hla eyebrow s and
flin t llie little man with a etnre (hat
fruae (tie hh ««t In Ida veins
■ |>>kr at length bla lunes were ainnotb
aa v e lv e t
" I f I may g ive yon a enggwtlnn. Mr
lllvena. I would venture to «ay that
the Van fHtin Trust mmpnny la he
The larger Interval« o f the
nalbm require the ellmm atlou o f this
lustItntlull and Its a*»-« b ile«
" I have heard g -««t re|«'rta o f you.
and I wish to aa»e you from ihe dla
aaler a fault to befall the gentlemen
Who have been enm lnrtlng the pre«ent
rampa lull In Wall afreet
I f yonr aee
retary will ret«>rt to me at once with
Ihe four millions yon have «et salde
for the Van I s m rom panv 1 «hall I *
plea aval to place your name on my e l
ev-utlve council In the hlg movement
we la-gin tialav
The other gentlemen
whom I have thus honored are now
waiting for me In the adjoining n*>m
They repreaent a hanking |«>wer that
la real«!1«-«a at the preaent moment
"W hen the Van Dam Truat cbaiea Ita
door* tialay a temporary |«inlc will
W e will g ive the gentlemen
who atari «at thla eicltem en t a laate o f
their own medicine, render a aervlce
to the nation and Incidentally, o f
conree, earn an honest dollar or tw o
I front I have your
heartv nuppnrf In thla program T "
lllvena again ho wed low.
"M y hearty aupport and me pro
found «et gratitude."
T i l e iiw v t y«air secretare with vonr
ch««ck for four tnlllkuin within thirty
P i i h l h a llo r i
fiepartinent o f the Inte rior, IT, H
l.and O ffi«« at T h e Dalles, Or«
N ov e m b e r 27. 1912
Notice la hereby g iven that W i l
liam It Davidson, o f T e rre bo n n e. O r
egon, who. «>ii October 6. 1907, made ;
N o 15725
• O l a , for N 1 : 1, N W 1 « . W H N B û .
and N R I 4 N K I 4 , Section 21, T own -
I)on t br afraid o f 1'. S. Government Carey Act Irrigation
pnijcctu m Oregon. The .lay of irresponsible irrigation com-
, mu ,icH tn thin state in pant. When the Northwest Townsite Co.
o f hilndrtphia took over tin- Paisley Project, in U k e county.
it gave the large«! bond ever given in the state— $50,000__
guaranteeing completion of the project. Every three month« it
make« an itemized atatement of exj« n«e« to the Deaert Land
Hoard. All of it« advertialng books, map«, contract«, subscrip-
tion agreement« and literature i« «uhmitted to the Desert Laml
Hoard for inapection before lieing iaaued.
The land i« level, free from rock, and i« a rich volcanic aah
«oil. The climate i« perfect for fruit, which now grow « to per-
feet ion at Paisley apples, («•aches, plums, (« ‘iirs, prune«.
( onstruction work u|«m the dam and reservoir has now l*-en
in progress for three months, with Thomas Hawthorn, state in-
«isn'tor. on the ground.
He was formerly with the U. S. Govt.
Reclamation Service on the Cmatilla Project.
Send for .TJ-imge illustrated l««,k.
(Jo to Paisley hy auto-
mobile stage from Item! and see the land.
Our agent at Pais
ley. Hugh K. Cilmour. will show you the land.
It is free to
those who pay the cost o f putting water on it.
Northwest Iownaite ( o. are among the largest taxpayers
in Oregon, owning townsite sub-divisions at Prineville, Madras,
Redmond. Rend. Rums. Vale and also the H40-acre Conn Ranch
at Paisley, including u SO-harrel-a-duy rapacity Hour mill, and a
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