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Redm« »ml, • Orlami
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ERY, FEED and
»ID M O N D .
P h o n « No. 1702
HI M U O N S
la A ' 1 Ir m i! Court o f Ih ' •tala of
w ith in
and fo r Crook
plmnnd llank o f Com niarra, a
» r a t io « , p la in tiff,
J An kar and th « Redm ond
Halt« Com pany, a corporation .
|i S J A n kar and to th « Had
pi i . .«n a n i. C om pany, 'to. ,ii".\i-
In lha nani" of
j H l a i . ' o f <>. I'liin . you ara haral.y
.'I I " a p i ' .r and a n a a rr Ilo
pplaint Riad agam a' you m tha
« " a n illlad ault on or tiafora th «
day o f iH ram b ar. I V 13, and If
I fall to ao appaar and anaaar. fo r
^ ^ | l I liaraof, lha p la in tiff « I I I apply
ourt fo r I I I.' ra lla f dmuaiolml
t n n . i'l com p lain t, aa f o l l o « a. to « I I
R f '
T h ai lha certa in assignment
0 t ha ca ria li! b ill o f aala o f tha car-
^ ■ h t> .i 11 <11 ii k Im a la d on l.oi Clavan
k P iv e , o f Ilia orig in a l pial o f
th* town I now i l l y ) o f Hadmond,
muda by tha dafaiidant S J
H k ' - r lo lha p la in tiff on lha 23rd
> o f Decem ber, 1010, ha adju dg-
H , daclarad
ilai-raml to ha a
<1 »Mai mortKUKa upon and against
■ l ' l hulldliiK. fo r tha purpoaa o f aa
W ring tha paym ent o f
^ f t ' a o f Ilia anld S J A n kar to Ilia
^Rnm tllT fo r lha aulii o f $ «7 s JO, and
^ Q terest, laaa Mo- auto o f | l ....... p.ll'l
• m o m on tha 13th day o f Deccm
*r, I !H '¡
That p lain tiff
h 'a and racovar o f Ilia dafandant S
Anker Judgment fo r tha buri of
[««•k 30, w ith I tit a mat
rata o f tan par cent par annum
foni tha JOth day o f Novam har.
»1 2 .
to g e th e r w ith Ita coata and
lahuraamanla IncludiiiK an atlorn ay
for th « aunt o f I l i o . no.
T h ird :
hat lh a aalil b iilld ln a «h u ía m en
tioned ha ordarad «o ld fo r lh « pur-
iaa o f payliiR aald Judgment, with
"ala and dlahuraanianla
' hut iha aald m o rtg a g e ha foreclosed
► ml Miai w h alavar righ t. Mila, In t-
Moat, or lian, or « ip iily o f redeinp-
|Mon lha idild dafandanla may hava or
¡Calm In and to aald bu ild in g ha fo r
m er cut off, harrad and extlngulah-
T h a t tha p lain tiff have
>11 and aurh o lh a r and fu rthar
|H<'f aa to tha cou rt may aeem
Thla aiim mona la puhllahad hy or-
1 «lar o f M i« lio n G. S p rin ger, Judrc
o f lha C ou n ty C ourt o f th e Stala of
Oregon w ith in and fo r C rook roun-
>v, O regon , m ade on lha lA th day o f
«»'lo h e r , 1113, and preecrlh lng lh a l
• hie aiimmona ha puhllahad fo r al»
' onaertiMve waaka In th « Hadm om l
n w eak ly
puhllahad at Itadm ond. O regon T h e
data o f the flrat pu b lication o f Mila
aiimmona la O ctob er 23rd. 1#I3.
J . A W IU .C O X ,
A tto rn e y fo r PlalnlllT
Flrat publication Oct 2.1-Oec 4
If you w ant a atlu atlon ua
Hpokeaman Claaalflud Colum n.
Continuad filini pagi, 3
"lin t Nlicrrml wants in |H, g,,v»-rn"r "
Mi* II lulu. wliBl In’'» •*nriH,i| nini ran
»••I " Mun In'll anlil «Im iti»
• mi fin.»' l(,,«l'in ii « iilnt'n fini» »aura
ffn ii iinw inn» I*'
W e'll nw ••
lint lln-y m ini lilni tu Intra your
Tim » nay." Hiu krtt •-(plained
« n i l Unit lirutnl frankness wlilrh w «
naturally «■ « > lain t*IIIt royalty, "lim i
ynu'ra in II III II a Inn a julltl. Inn and
lim a liaau Idanllllad with a lot o f un
l“ 'pular 1 1 1 1 ■ i v ' «lilla l ‘nrr<plt la a fine
la w ir r ami im ild »'sally work up a rap
«lint loll na a al nina man They llirtir«
lia rimili ant 'mu inora And limy don't
••nrn nliattinr Ilia Mlililmni g> la In or
T h a t lliluk tlinr'd t r i Imllar
And they're afraid llial you
and Sliarnat «U h your aipinldilaa will
■1*111 Ilia milk
I'm afraid o f that Pai
HnnaPir. you're i r i l l n i l U In» Nil Olii
You’* » hml » ih n ii I i
Why d o n i
you r> tlrrv
mu I v
**K'lnlMt<*<1 \| ii r*4hr*?I
“ NVuui tiw* lo rrMri*. do you !
W «’ ll I W '»ii f
Vml I'll tHI you 1 % liy
h«- »■* » *** flu* or*;* diro finti, ih«« |Miw«»r. I»
Hr! ynur filtriti ** iii » v
| * ni Ino
ohi (n In iro tu«’» tri» k*
I'll not tu r»
ntfllatof 11k•• fi«»«»*«- ilrnmiirrs nini f«*l
I o m • v%ltl» N irrlrvun««. Xti«1 NI 1« tilín »
Wfl»'t nitnr |» |f | enti Drip It
Hh»*rn»«1 «roti*! I»«« Roin*r»or. nml Pur
N I wofTl trtrl »»v «tmf
|*i» m»t gip
l»ir fo i l i » up * tmt I » * w«irk»*«1 for nil
Ymi Irli Vti» timi I llk** my
)•*!» nini thnt I tti not f«M» «,!.J to n i» It
Vwl Hit« krtt.’* hi« fi<1<t(«<1 plny fnlr
Hn« krtt Irft w o fiffrr l»« If In mi * »
lltfl l»*M* «1 tip tn itntr Hioimr« hy n prltm*
tiiltiUtiT rotili! limi* tiior«* (Niwrr limo
hla II«* iff*
Hnrkrtt Woulil lin i» l**r»
•*urpri»MMl hn<1 hi* kuntiti thnt th » M»nn
tor*» tnliul » « ■ not «»ti tfia* ro»vonuitlon
j » » t fini«*«!
II. wnt mf»lti|f t » r y rlrnr
ly th«» g ra y irt«*«*» p ip a o f n ymitig wo
tinti aft*1 t»fn«tirltiir hltnarlf Jignl»»t ■
Votini; Um» who «»»« «♦ limi I»«*«•»
C H A P T E R XI.
With n Ornat Prien.
MIN *nm •tmiillnir nt thn win
<lo« «•f hin roiirthoilnn o fflrf
1 he «alia«' o f lutl«llne«a Waa
a poo him again
ll in «» be
Ihnt lha alghl o f Katherine Hampden
aaonterlng down Main afreet In com
pany with a l>e da ii lie 1,-d aiimmer gen
Hainan had aoinethlug to do with III*
Than another rlalnti waa accorded
him a fat white I io cm latlly draw
lug an ancient top tmggy In which ant
Senator Morvtiell. for all Ilia world a
pr 'aoermla farmer p au ln g Into ngr
amid pe«>'« and plenty.
A tnli’ B i« later came a knork at hla
door "«*o in «'" ha anld
T h « senator aulvrail
“ What can I do for you T -
"H u m p h' I lou't are 111 vary glad to a«'«
nia to u might nak Ilia lo alt d o w n "
John |a>lntml lo a chair “ W hy heal
tala? It a yuur courtbouae. lau't It?*'
" I nderaliaal you'd taken a mortgage
on It youraadf lately "
down looking genially at John
"S o you think I'm a had man and a
dlagrace lo the alula?" th « aauator In
<]u!rad at Inal
"W ell. Juat alauu that.” John aald
"T old Ml«a Itidiertn I'm a had ninn.
" I could have aald that yon are a
shameful force In politics; tbol you
have eip loltcd a grant party and tha
Ignorance o f tha jaaipla, thnt you hava
built up a machine for the » " le |>ur
!■>.,. o f I.ailing Ilia «tula. Ihnt you lim e
got nnd held |aiwer by eoiupelllng pub
lh- aervanta to uae tha Intlucni'e o f
ihair "HI' a lo iierpetunte y our machine
anil by buying the voten o f the «sir
'I hare'a pmliahly a lot more.
If I only knew It
I ve never heard
th,it you uaisl your |ai«er for any gia«l
w ithout profaaaloli or liualueaa
you are a rich limn. Ilo w ? "
Humph " gruutisl Nlun hall, « h o
tind llalemsl without display o f feeling.
|H~">ii't menu much Vou'il have luted
work proving any o f It.”
They relapsed Into alienee.
looked out o f Mie window, aw aiting In
cold alien ee the aeuator'a n e it word*.
Mnr< In'll preserved hla usual Impaa
It « a s not tha tlrat tim e
lie had cncounlered the Intolerance o f
Hut inner I »afore, save during
the Sheehan trial, had Ilia Intolerance
pierced lha crust o f the man
||e broke the alienee "W h a t do you
want to do?”
"A giaid many Ihlnga you wouldn't
iliidernlatitl prluclpally. I nnpiaiae. to
smash you nnd your organlxatlon
l liat prohahly sounds funny to you."
Murrhell did not laugh. H e merely
fait pity for an unpractical young
" t o i l can't »mash lha organlxatlon.''
" I t miiat I»» smashed. Ia»cauae It ex
lata to deprive tha people o f the right
o f aelf government.'*
•'A pretty phraae It's common sense
IH'lltlcn T h e lasiple don't want to g o v
ern theinaelvea they can't. They need
some one to take the burden from them.
Ilo w are you going to amasb us?"
" I t mny la- simpler than you think.
When the ias.pl«
understand what you are they'll amaah
The other smiled pityingly.
think las-nnse you've sent a few |a»or
devlla to Jail you're a man o f destiny,
d on 't you?
You think I in merely a
Wicked old fallow who's got |a.wer
nnd la tialng It for hla ow n selfish «nils.
I f I ware Juat that you could amaah
But I'm more thnn that. I am
an Institution a part o f a necessary
Institution, one that society, that prop
arty, that bualnesa, can't get along
You can amaah W illiam
Mure hell that la. pul aome one In hla
lin i yoll cnu't ninnati thè Inali
And yoll ran't Judge a nyali-m
hy ila Incldenlnl errore."
John sminai, noi vary linpplly. " l'v a
h»'snl limi la'fora
Tha weakueaa o f
your nrgument la Miai Mia errora aeein
lo ha esaetillnl
MoVeruUielit lan't, or
ahouldn I U'. iuar»'ly a m alliT o f forca.
Iior a lia i only «a Iha servnnt o f prop
arly. evali If all yoll any la Irne
I' N a l£nl li, gii un "
"A ln i «h a ra 'll yoll collie olii? "
" I ? Yoii wlll try tu break ina
Itili you w lll oliaerve
"Y o u * »! gont out of y o u r way to a t
tack mo. You’ro a fool.”
that I have little to lose
I f | hnd
much you w o n t understand thla— I
ho|s* I d lose It glad ly."
*"i»i*l I any I was going to break
you?" Murrhell demanded testily. " I
came here t,alay to suggest that you
»'lime out for Wash Jeuklua seat In
John s reply wan almost hitter. "Ho
I Im ie Impressed you aa a hypocrite
trying to get kicked up out o f the way
I repent. I'm not for ante."
M ur hell suddenly rose and put a
heavy hand on John's shoulder. "Y o u
•aid you have little to lose
much a future
You've gone out of
rour way I ■ attack me
You're a fool
Itut I I like you. man
And I'd like
to wive lhal future for you."
For a moment John stared at him. tn
rreduloua H e went to (hr window.atar
lug out wondrrlngly Ha aaw a atrange
thing — Jeremy
across Ilia aipiare and |aiualng under
lha ting, ha.klng up
hnnd rose, as though lu salute, than,
arrested m id « ay. It fell limply, and Jer-
aiuy marched on.
John |M,lntei1. "There, senator, la one
who eutered the nervlce o f your luatl
N o * lie la n broken n[itrttod
old man with Just enough soul left to
I f I las nine |>art o f your
machine, lu the and I'd become like
thnt different In slxe perhaps, hut the
same In kind I." he anld. quietly, "prw
far your enm ity; It's safer
sent an Institution
I stand for a
principle, a fundamental principle Y'ou
can smash John Duntueade—oh. very
easily, no doubt.
Hut. Scnntor Mur
eta'll, yon can't smash the principle!"
Tha senator did not often |>ennlt
him self the luxury o f lining his tarn
per. hut ha « ns e » ‘'eedlngly d o s e to It
Tha friendship he hnd of
fared to n young man w hom he llki-d
strangely wall had l»*en Contemptuous
ly rejected, and tha hurt waa all the
di-o|HT tiecniiae ha had broken tha rule
o f n lifetim e to make tha offer.
carefully united until the emotion had
nutmhled la-fore speaking
“ It's n good deal simpler to state a
principle Minn to follow It In practice
And you can't Judge politics hy one
H o w ev e r" —
lie atop|H*il long enough tn put on
"Y o u went out o f your way to de
Y'ou t " " k n tlmo when
I'm needing friends to do It. too. In
spite o f that I made you an offer In
I f tliere'a anything In you
I'd have given you the chance to
"1," ha concluded, nnd ha spoke ns o f
some divine edict. Itxcd nnd Immutable
—" I rarely offer friendship to those
who tight me never tw ice.”
H e went out.
daiiiiHl wun unnnppineaa an summer
and for going now on a Journey that
could only liilenalfy futile longings
l ie sustained the Indictment l»y con
tinning hla Journey. Whan he found
Katherine, they strolled. Katherine
chatting unconcernedly, to a seat III a
retired corner o f Ilia grounds only the
flirt would not hava lawn signin' ant to
John where she hnd «at so long after
her talk with Warren lllnke.
She Ian lied hack lu on# and o f the
lie aat at the other, an far away
from her ns he could, h alf fin in g her.
She was not really tienutlful her fan
lures ware Ha» rtriu for that >et even
another Ilian John might have been
excused for thinking her mi In the
aofii'iilng light o f the rising moon
■ liny her eyen. softly lustrous lu tha
pale light, marked her ai|ppr<'ssed e x
" ! • « you realise." aha anld. "thla la
Mu- first time w e’ ve liaan alone this
summer? You have really managed It
vary n w k w n n lly '* As though she hnd
not »tone all the inniingtiig!
Ha had n»iMilng to any
"A m I such an ogreaa, or hare you
'»e»-ii afraid thnt I'd propose to you
" I haven't beeu fo il enough to take
that aerlounly." he said ijulckly. "A n d
I'm o <1 enough to know tha dangiT o f
playing with tire At least," he added.
" I ought Hi have kuowu It.”
lie could not help thinking o f the
luoiitha to come when, with laaa en
groaning tasks to taka hla mind from
lha ache, ha luuat renew the loneliness,
grown more poignant, o f the last win
H e wondered now at hla weak
Haas In letting lilmaelf, despite hla
knowledge o f her and o f what she
meant to him. tie drawn again within
the clreult o f her charm
H e became aw are that ahe was
■l-eiitlng. with Hint amaxlug courage
which waa alw ays hers
" I am sorry.” ahe aald.
"H ut I
haven't l«oen fa ir to you. The things
father works for are what ap|»eal to
me. not the things you dream o f
The prestige, the ¡aiwer. the knowl
■slge Mint I lielong to the men who are
conquering, not dreams or Ideals, count
It Isn’ t very pretty, la It.
from your |a»lnt o f vie w ?
I I ronId wish It w ere different
l.« « t summer It was different. I was
trrlu g to decide what I wanted. I —I
have always been more or less In love
with you ever since I can retnemlier
Nnd I «a w you were beginning to care
I nnaexed uiyaelf. I pursued, to learn
whether you were what I wanted
tried to t»elleve. to make you believe
that I could have you and the rest
Nnd I don't greatly blame uiyaelf for
that. Keen uae I am a woman must I
alt passively hy and wait fo r bappl
new to come? I waa d riftin g between
tw o Ideals, but—stru ggling against It.
» f course— low ard you. I>o you know
It's your fault I didn't d rift further?
You wouldn't take me
Y'ou made a
mistake the night o f that rally, being
ao Anlcal In your notion« o f a poor
man's honor. Y'ou ought to have taken
me In your arms and made me go to
I should have goue glad ly—
faith fu lly too. Hut you wouldn't."
l i e listened uiires|M>nslve to her
words that, halting *>metlnirs. fell In
low. measured tones w ith a curious,
“ N ow It Is t»n» late I'v e had tim e to
think, to weigh you againal the other
Iwat w inter taught me how
much they mean to me
And I find i
This summer has not
change«! that. W hat you ask costa too
” 1 ask nothing."
"T ru e !
I fo rg e t—yon ask nothing,
fjis t summer you nee«l not have asked.
T h e Knst ridge colony was gone,
w n tierin g lla charms broadcast from
I.akewood to Itnr Harbor. Only the
Hampdeiia w ere left, and they were
noon to depart. Katharine and her
mother lo go abroad fo r the latter's
health which, to ha aura, waa ao good
aa to tie worth preserving
'Basis » «
lln lg hnd arranged to make together
one September evening their farew ell “ You ean't make me want you enough.”
pllgrlm nge to lha ridge.
You w ill do me the credit to rem ember
That evening John s|»ent a great ileal
that I ask you nothing Ihnt would coat
o f care over Ills toilet.
more than you are w illing to pay.”
l ie drove to tha home o f Hllaa lllcks.
"T h a t Isn't true." he said In sudden
whan* lln lg. wisely avoiding the hos
roughness. "Y ou It Is why I'm a fool
pitality o f tl)e hotel, had his nvonia.
for having com e near you —are tem pt
Somewhat to hla dismay, ha wan In
ing me with every word you speak."
formed that lla lg hnd discovered aome
"A m I tem pling you. I w onder?"
mysterious errand requiring his atten
H er voice liecnme uncertain.
“ I —I
tion. had departed a half hour enrller
beg you to believe that I haven't meant
nnd hnd left word thnt he would later
It to rem ember that l shouldn't Is*
meet John at their Nfcccn
gia»d for you. I have no wish to—to
"Thnt'n funny." muttered John aa he
lie a H ellish."
l ie strongly sus|>eoted
T h e trem or In her v o le « aet him to
Mia valid ity o f lln lg'a errand and da
Then, without conscious
bntad seriously tha advisability o f turn
Intention, he was holding her In a
ing hack and sanding hla fnrcwella hy
close, rough clasp and cryin g to her to
note, plendlng aa excuse for hla non
appearance soma unei|>eiied business go with him. She did not resist, and
• he did ti"t real«-nil
Stic lay Inert in
matter. II? solemnly assured him self
C ontinued on page 8
that he was a fool, both for having
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AI.HO I a MAIM II PKJN. H E A D Y FO R HERY K 'K.
HIX MONTH»*' T IM E W IL L HE OI\ EN ON B A N K A B L E NOTE.
G. A . B R A D L E Y
One and one-half mile* north of Depot.
If you want to SELL your property
List it with
“ That Man McCaffery”
He doesn't ask an exclusive right; he can sell it anyway
YOU W IL L BUY YOUR FURNITURE AT
YOU C A N DO NO BETTER ANYW HERE.
COME IN A N D BE CONVINCED.
W A IT T IL L YOU NEED THE GOODS.
C. H. IRVIN, Furniture & Undertaking
S. D . F O X & CO.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Hotel Redmond Bar
I. A. Buckley. Prop.
Phone No. 906.
D r a y in g a n d H e a v y H a u lin g .
A R T I F I C I A L IC E
STRICTLY PCRE ARTIFICIAL ICE DELIVERED TO ANY' PART
OF THE CITY IN ANY QUANTITY.
REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDING B L O C K S
These blocks are m ade by the w et process, g iv in g them th ree
tim es the stren gth o f a m achine m ade block.
Persons g o in g to build should see our m ateria l b e fo re placing
ord ers fo r any o th e r kind.
It w ill pay them .
E stim ates fu rn
ished on app lication .
C all on o r w r ite to
CO., REDMOND. ORE.
C. H . B A G G O T T ’S
Express and Transfer Line
A ll O rders G iven P ro m p t
A tten tion .
House, 2603; Stand, 712.
Leave Orders at the Redmond