Saturday, January la, 1905
Pay Your Txes.
County Treasurer Con O'Kccfe
and Major Fred Herrera are pretty
busy men th(e days getting ready
to eniorce collection of delinquent
taxes. rom 3509, the year in
which cania iruz county was
created, up to and including the
year lyuj there remain on the
books unpaid taxes to the amount
of J 1 8,000.
The 1901 list shows a total of
uncollected taxes amounting to
$25,000, making the grand total
due the county of more than $43,
000. Were this amount all paid
in it would be nearly sufficient to
pay county expenses for a period
of a year without additional levy.
Suits will be entered at once
against all those delinquent up to
and including 1903, and Mr.
O'Keefe states he will not rest until
he has cleaned up the entire list.
Persons against whom suit is en
tered will be compelled to pay not
only their back taxes and in
terest theieon but 25 per cent at
torney's fees and all court costs,
which will aggregate 35 per cent
over and above the amount of
taxes in each case, making it a
rather expensive item for theiri.
Taxes for 1904 became';" delin
quent December 19th last, after
which date a five per cent penalty
was added and also Vj0 per month
interest, dating from thirty days .
thereafter. Suit will also be en-j
tered for collection of all these
taxes remaining unpaid after Feb
ruary 19th. a
j ' if i" ;i '! ! hi m 1 i 1 J . v ,i Hi , Kf yx fi i,
'with lii-- k v. l,i'n' nr- ;ii-o
th' .- line t ! wiii. li arc k' pi in
tlif main v.iult of the bink.
A imrnlM-r of th' srifrty deposit
boxt-s have already been rented by
those having valuable aer.,
documents, etc., which th'y wished
kept in a secure place and this
move on the part of the bank is
greatly appreciated by them.
BANCO DE SONORA.
l!ALANi' 1 1; set i! a wo rt, : id: )u n mid;;; jd; 1901.
Fei''n"!ii pit mfUi i ii-ii ;
in,i (Vni,r,il y MiimrSHlw.
HiUftf i)m !-tfi"t (titncitii
, , , fl.tr.'i.U'UO
1. .:;. on 1 l.UROV
Card of Thanks.
We desire to extend our sincere
thanks for the many courtesies and
acts of kindness shown us by many
friends and acquaintances in our
sad bereavement the loss of a
husband and father. ,
Miis.' Robert Hannah,,
k " and famliy.
Report of the condition of
Ttie Firsilatlonal Bank
At Negates in the Territory of Arizona,
at the close of business,
January 11, 19Jo.
A Splendid Institution.
In accordance with a call issued
by the Comptroller of Currency at
Washington to all National Banks
in the country, there is published
in this issue of The Oasis the offi
cial statement of the condition of
the First National Bank of Noga
les at the close of business Wed
nesday, January 11th 1905.
By comparing the report with
former ones we find the First Na
tional has maintained its usual
ratio of increase in the volume of
business transacted, since publica
tion of the last statement was
This sterling financial institu-
tion is jn excellent condition, due i
to a most conservative and busi
ness like management and is mak
ing a most enviable record for it
self. The bank officials are highly
gratified at the progress being
made and at the great confidence
reposed in the bank by people gen
erally. The amount entrusted to the
bank by depositors has been stead
ily growing and has now reached
the. handsome sura of $118,982.88.
There has lately been installed a
modern safety deposit department,
conducted upon a model system
and affording to users thereof a se
curity and privacy equal in every
respect to that given by banking
institutions anywhere. The safety
deposit, vault which is ab
solutely fire and burglar proof,
contains thirty-six individual safe
ty deposit compartments, which
have just been fitted with new
locks of the most approved pattern.
Each compartment is fitted with
two locks, the key to one being
loaned to the renter, the other be
ing retained by the bank. There
are no duplicate keys held by the
bonk and access to the boxes is im-
I.oans and Discounts ... .
Overdrafts, secured and
U.S. Bonds to secure cir
culation , . .
Items in Suspense, Mex.
Premiums on U.S. Bonds,
Bonds, securities, etc. -
Banking house, furniture,
Due from National Banks
(not reserve atrenu)
Due from State Bunks and
Due from approved reserve
Cliecks and other cash y
Notes of oilier National
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels and cents
Lawful money reserve
in bank viz:
Specie 13 073 25
Legal-tender notes 9 229 00
Redemption fund with U.
S. Treasurer 5 circula-
tion) 312 50
Mexican money ' 1 93(5 40
Total.. . .. $180 935 09
fS3 8s0 72
8 Cll 17
6 250 00
2fl 18 97
4 484 02
7 319 80
3 927 40
12 149 GO
1 475 9fi
2 000 00
22 307 25
Capital Stock paid In ...
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid...
National Bank notes out
standing ' .'
Duo to other National
Due to the State Banks and
Individual deposits sub
ject to cheek, .....
Demand certiflcatet of
Time certificates of deposit
Notes and bills redis
counted Bills payable, including
certificates of deposit for
f 25 000 00
2 544 07
6 250 00
1 171 84
118 982 86
3 105 00
4 751 25
12 000 00
$180 935 09
Territory or Abizona, i
County or Santa Crvi. B
I, Bracey Curtis, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly twear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
BRACEY CURTIS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th
day of January 1903. -
FRANK J. DUFFY,
WM. SCIIUCKMANN, Directors.
F. F. CRANZ,
Mine Mining Notice.
To Whom it May Concern
Notice is hereby given that the "Joplin",
"Dunne" and ''Missouri" mining claims, and
the "Tom Taggart" and "French Lick" min
ing claims, ail limited in the Tyndal! Mining
District, Santa Rita Mountains, Santa Cruz
County, Arizona, are under bond to parties
working the same, and that the said mining
clxims nor the owners thereof will be respons
ible for any labor debts contracted or injuries
sustained by any employed in the operation of
said properties; trmtall operatives engage in
such services at their own risk, and that no
debts are valid ngaint said mining claims.
Nogaies, Arizona, November 1st l'H?4.
tf MARK LULI.EY.
Subscribe for The Oasis
K"tit"ii'ia mi carter . , ....... 1,1 IS. 10. '5
Pn-xuni'iit sobre prnlH , ' , , . 'wi, :''?;.
1'rcnnmos hipoti'Carios. . (, j.'.i'inK'.i O
Iumiiehles , " .'iiKi:l.75
Cuentas corrientes deudoras. , ,'. 4 ITz'.hfi AS
" ' PASIVO.
Capital social :..'.....V,i $1 000.000.00
KUletes en circulacion , .... 2.57J.5x5.(,0
Deposttos reembolsables a la vista 47,477.77
Cuentas corrientes accreedoras 3.1W.892.97
Fondo de reserva , ,. 179,97.69
Fondo de prevision 820,565.44
HEKMOHII.LO, DlCIEMHRK 31 Dg 1.404 . i!
I nte rventor. '
,i II. J. SMITH.
A. T. TARIN,
For.the sale of Lands in the State of Sonora granted by the president
of the Mexican Republic to General Francisco Olivares, in the Hermo
sillo, Ures and Altar Districts of Sonora.
Residence, Hotel Cambuston, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.
Office, Room 20, Hotel Cambuston.
Office HourNt to lsi AI. it to O 1 . M.
J. T. BRICKWOOD, PROP.
f IRST CLASS IS EVERY
Nicely Furnished Rooms.
Prices Moderate . .
IICI1AKDSON KROtHERS GOKiPANY
We handle the stock of the Bufa Mining, Milling & Smelting Co.
We make a specialty of Mexican, mining investments and mines Jri Sonora
Mexico, in particular, and solicit correspondence regarding same. . . . .
709-10 Lankershim Bldg., Los Anijefes, Cal.
HERMOSILLO, SONORA, MEXICO.
geisie:r-a.i MERC W JtNtDIE.
Mining Supplies and Agrioultarnl Implements.
dlnui" aSn-MSuai La Colorida and Pr i'niavera. Sonora. Foreign Exchange
Life Insurance Co." BRANCH AT MAGQA1EKA. Bought and Sold.
Th Only First Class
American Hotel In the City. t
vith the best the Market
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