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RIHD ENJOINED BY RUSSELL FROM 01 TEMPORARY RESTRAINING IN JUNCTION GRANTED AGAINST GILA VALLEY EXTENSION. Jamos A. Russell, who has a homestead homestead on tho line of the Miami extension extension of tho Gila Valley railroad, secured secured a temporary injunction against that company yesterday, enjoining its employes from camping or operating on tho right of wny through his land. Tho injunction was secured through Court Commissioner Charles T. Martin. The question as to whether or not a permanent writ is 'issued will havo to bo determined by the courts later. In his complaint, Russell nlleges that tho company has encroached upon his land without permission from him and that the work that is contemplated will injure his properly to the extent of several several thousand dollars'. Judge Frederick S. Nave and J. M. McCollum represent Russell. The Gila Valley claims a right of way through Russell's land by reason of a patent granted to it by the government, government, prior to tho time Russell took upxhis homestead. Tho grading camp first established here to build the new road bed has its quarters on the right of way through Russell's property.

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  1. Daily Arizona Silver Belt,
  2. 22 Apr 1909, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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