CO. S. A.
Customs House &
P. O. Box 1269, Nogales. Ariz. i
Aptdo. 100, Nogales, Sonora
F. MEXIA, Agente Aduanal
& TRUST CO.
F. A. FRENCH, Pres.
,1. L. FRENCH, Sec. and Treas.
Court House —Phone 599
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Battery Re-Charging, Tire 3e- j
pairing. Gasoline and Oils.
Simonizing, OFFICIAL HEAD
LIGHT STATION NO. 20.
| Arroyo and Grand
Whatever the job may be,
whether is is small or large,
Hank’s Garage is equipped and
staffed to meet all requirement
at the lowest prices. Drive in and
ask us for an estimate on your
repair work. You’ll be pleased
with both the price and the work.
Phone 215 (Day), Phone 417 M
R. A. MYERS
340 Grand Ave.
THE HEALTH FOOD
ing that’s Milk the
most nearly perfect
“i ' $
Grade “A” Raw Milk
10c A Quart
6c A Pint
Daily Afternoon Delivery
Livestock and Furnishings Sell for SI.IB
John Hanzel, farmer and father of four motherless cMWren had an
4.-1000 iudement against him. The Farmers’ Protective Ass n. of Buck
County, Pa , stepped in, controled the bidding, bought; at horse, soi ’
... and the entire Hanzel livestock and furnishings for sl.lß ..• * g*"
all back to him on a 99 year lease. Photo shows Hanzel, his youngest son
and horse which sold for 3 cents.,
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W L Pet.
Road Hogs 3 1 .750
Grand Avenue 2 2 .500
Speedballs 2 2 .500
Bull Fighters 1 3 .250
Miller 161 180 183 524
Eppstein 188 143 164 495
L. Edmonson 181 161 147 489
Landrith 144 144 182 470
Totals 674 628 676 1978
C. C. Cheshire 137 199 176 512
Gambee 159 148 191 498
Gilmore 159 151 169 479
! Januel 126 136 140 402
Totals 581 634 681 189£
Making Dad a Nurse
Dr. H. N. Bundescn, Health Com
missioner of Chicago, has opened !
class ip, Child Care for Fathers, Di
j ptoraas are presented at graduation
Photo shows Dr Bundoseh directinj
, Daddy Qailigan in the care of daugh
i ter, Clara Agnes.
I $ JaRrHwWBB gs*’; tMS ■’a
I Let us check your battery
i all kinds of electrical wort
j done at moderate charge
and Electric Co.
* Grand Ave. and Court
! ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH
; Sunday, Jan. 22, 1933.
9:45 A. M. Junior church service
and church school classes. Sermon
ette by the pastor.
11:00 A. M. Morning prayer and
sermon. Arnhem “Praise Ye the
Father". Sermon topic: “Religion
| Rev. H. H. Carpenter, Pastor.
City Attorney James V. Robins
‘ and Joe Entz, receiver of the Son
* ova Bank & Trust Company, left
5 Thursday on a business trip to
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which he had recently made, “I en- <
joyed it so much I stood up all j
through it,” she said. <
“So did I”, said Mr. Coolidge. (
In Rocking Chairs ,
When the Collidges first went to j
the White House he surprised the ,
staff by having rocking-chairs plac
-I cd on tho west portico, which fronts
i on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washing
ton’s main thoroughfare. This is 1
j really the back of the WhitS House, 1
the south front looking out over a
; hundred acres or so of enclosed
1 lawn and being screened from sight- '
seers by thick gloves of trees But;
Mr. Coolidge said that he liked to j
see the automobiles go by. Within j
a day or two, however, the auto
mobiles got the habit of stopping in '
front of the White ifouse, so that
their occupants could stare at the j
President sitting on his veranda, j
and more because it was obstructing j
traffic than from annoyance at be
ing stared at, Mr. Coolidge consent- j
ed to having the rocking chairs
I moved to the south portico.
Few men could say more in fewer
words. After aii, how can the old j
American position on the matter of
war debts be better summed up
s 1 than in the simple brief sentence
_ I with which Mr. Coolidge answered
I the question as to whether he
thought Europe should be required
d ! to pay.
e “They hired the money, didn’t
a j they?”
| Contrary to the general belief,
Mr. Coolidge did not pick Mr. Hoov
; er as his successor. He liked Mr.
1 Hoover and Mr. Hoover liked him.
is The two men met at Mr. Coolidge’s
l- , Wisconsin fishing camp during the
ft ; summer of 1928,* Mr. Hoover’s
,o j nomination. They posed together foi
j the newspaper photographers sitt-
WHEN YOU NEED
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We Are Equipped To Print Anything You Need
Cards, Booklets, Handbills, Letterheads,
Envelopes, Statements, Invoices, Business Forms, Etc.
You Will Find Our Prices Are Right
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Economic War -
(Continued From Page One)
or Congress or for Governors or
State Legislatures. Each ; and every
one of these is servant of public
opinion. It is your business and
mine quickly to mold and to ex
press public opinion so that our of
ficial representatives in government
will act, and act in the .only ways
that are open to us, if we really
and earnestly desire more firmly to
establish and to protect the peace of
the world and more speedily to lift
our own people out of the depths
of depression into which they have
“Then and only then will the |
farmer and the manufacturer find ;
markets for their products; then 1
and only then will railways have :
adequate freight to carry; then and
! only then will unemployment be re- I
1 lieved; then and only then will sat- j
isfaction and confidence begin to 1
| displace our nation-wide distress
i ing on the bank of a stream.
“If you gentlemen would talk to
i each other it would make a better i
picture,” one of the photographers j
| suggested. Mr. Coolidge turned to
Mr. Hoover and said something to j
him in a low tone. Mr. Hoover made
no reply. !
i “It’s no use boys, I can’t get Mr.
I Hoover to talk,” said Mr. Coolidge i
without the slightest change of ex- ,
Since January sth there has been !
no living ex-President of the United
States. That has been the case only
five times before in our history, and
then only for a few months at a
time. Two former Presidents, Taft
| and Coolidge have died since Mr.
| Hoover became President.
NOGALES, ARIZ., SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1983
SCHEDULE (Daily Except Sunday)
" 9:00 a.m. (Leave) Nogales (Arrive) 4:00
10:00 (Arrive) Patagonia (Leave) 3:15
10:15 (Leave) Patagonia , (Arrive 3:05
10:45 (Arrive) Sonoita J (Leave) 2:45
10:55 (Leave) Sonoita j _ , (Arrive) 2:40
11:15 (Arrive) Elgin . , (Leave) 2:20
11:25 (Leave) Elgin - (Arrive) 2:10
12:15 p.m. (Arrive) Fairbank
12:20 (Leave) Fairbank (Arrive) 1:15
12:40 (Arrive) Tombstone x (Leave) 12:55
Effective November 16, 1931
9:00 a. m. Stage connects at Fairbanks with Golden State for East
Cars Leave on Schedule—We Haul Trunks
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