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HENRY LEITsT,
COMMISSION AGENT
Mexican Products a Specialty
P. O. Box 459
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
026043
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix,
Arizona, March 31, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that
Josefa Arvizu, of Nogales, An
zona, who, on November 25, 1914,
made Homestead Entry, No.
026043, for SWJ, Section 33,
Township 23-S., Range 14-E.,
G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make
Five Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above describ
ed, before W. A. O'Connor, U.
S. Commissioner, at Nogales,
Arizona, on the 10th day of May,
1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Rafael Bejarano.Frank Plores,
Fred. Hannah, George Bayze,
all of Nogales, Arizona.
Chas. E. Marshall,
4-9-5t Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
025629
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOlt,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix,
Arizona, March 26, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that
Harold G. Lehan, of Nogales,
1914, made Homestead Entry,
No. 025629, for (H. E 025629)
SJSWiSWi Section 6. NANWJ.
NWiSEiNWi, NEiSWiNVVi-,
WiNWlNEi Section 7, T. 24 S.,
R. 17 E , G. & S. R. B. & M.,
and H. E. S. 522, a tract of land
described by metes and bounds
as follows: Beginning at corner
No. 1, identical with the CC to
Sections 1, 12, 6 and 7 of T.
24-8., Rs. 16 and 17 E. ; thence
S- 0 deg. 04' E., 20.11 chains to
corner No. 2; thence West 9.90
chains to corner No. 3; thence
North 20.11 chains to corner No.
4: thence N. 89 deg. 57' E. , 9.88
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Implements, Etc.
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Nogales, Arizona
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Nogales, Arizona
chains to corner No. 1, the place
of beginning, containing 19.89
acres in Section 12 unsurveyed
T. 24-S., R. 16 E., G. & S. R. B.
& M., Arizona, Coronado Nation
al Forest, the total acreage of
this claim being 159.89 acres,
has filed notice of intention to
make Five Year Proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above de
scribed, before W. A. O'Connor,
U. S. Commissioner, at Nogales,
Arizona, on the 5th day of May,
1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Victor J. Wager, of Nogales,
Arizona; William Heady, Paul
Schiller, Thomas E. Heady, all
3 of Duquesne, Arizona.
Chas. E. Marshall,
4 2 5t. Register.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the
County of Santa Cruz.
In the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Howard O'Neill,
minor.
It appearing to this court from
the petition of Ft. L. O'Neill, guar
dian of the person and estate of
Howard O'Neill, a minor, filed in
this court, praying for an order to
mortgage the entire real estate of
the estate of Howard O'Neill, a
minor, and thatit is for the best
interests of said estate and for said
minor and necessary that such
real estate Bhould be so mortgaged:
It is hereby ordered that the
relatives of the said minor, and all
persons interested in the said min
or's estate, appear before the court
on the 9th day of May, 1921, at
ten o'clock a. in., at the court room
of this court in Nogales, Arizona,
then and there to show cau?e why
an order should not be granted to
mortgage such real estate.
Dated at Nogales, Aiizona, this
9th day of April, 1921.
F. H. LYMAN,
4 1G 4t Judge.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One Year S2.00
Six Months I.50
Three Months I.OO
IN ADVANCE
APRIL 30, 1921.
LOCAL NEWS.
Those who failed to attend the
Ellison White Chautauqua en
tertainments missed a rare treat.
Mrs. Josephine A. Saxon, coun
ty school superintendent, is in
Tucson attending University
W.ek.
Last Tuesday Governor M.
Pina of Sonora, was a visitor in
Nogales, Sonora, from the state
capital.
Judge Chas. Blenman of Tuc
son was a Nogales visitor last
Thursday on business in Super
ior Court.
Yesterday Frank N. Cox, the
mining man, returned from
Cananea, where he had been on
business.
Bene, Hogan & McAtee is the
name of a new real estate firm
established in Nogales, at 139
Arroyo Boulevard.
The many friends of Mrs. Ray
Palm will be pleased to learn
she is recovering from a very
successful operation.-
Last Thursday Attorney and
Mrs. John B. Wright of Tucson,
motored down to the border,
returning home yesterday.
J. G. Alvarez, the well known
local garban-zo expert, has gone
to Sonora and Sinaloa, where he
will examine crop conditions.
Ralph Colvin, of the Depart
ment ofJustice, with headquart
ers at Tucson, was a visitor here
yesterday on official business.
Miss Ruth French, deputy
county recorder, has returned
from a visit to Texas, and is
again at her post in the court
house.
Mrs. James D. Barry and little
daughter, Francis, are visiting
the pleasant home of Mr. and
Mrs. George H. Fiedler, from
Tucson.
Mr. C. J- Reason, represent
ing the Arizona Republican of
Phoenix, is a visitor in the city
in the interest of "Arizona's Best
Newspaper."
Wednesday night two Mexican
ammunition smugglers were
arrested by U. S. customs house
inspectors, west of the city a
couple of miles.
Judge Samuel L. Pattee of the
Pima county superior court, held
court here a couple of days this
week, occupying Judge W. A.
O'Connor's bench.
John Higginbotbam, "Laird
of Carbo," after enjoying several
days visit here with Don Frank
lin and other Nogales friends,
has returned to Carbo.
J. D. Wier, former popular
proprietor of the Montezuma
cigar stand, has returned from
an extended business trip down
the west coast of Mexico.
Bob Burns, local' manager of
the J.- C. Penney Company, has
gone to Salt Lake City to attend
the annual convention of western
managers of the Penney Stores.
O.' K. Franklin, the mining
man, who owns valuable mining
property in Santa Cruz county
and the state of Sonora, has
been a Nogales visitor this week.
Friends of John O'Connor,
who for some time past has been
a guest at the Montezuma Hotel,
will pleased to learn that he is
recovering from a recent sick
spell.
John Camerom and Wade
Barbee, well known local cattle
men, who own a big ranch in
Sonora, are hero from the south
country, transacting private
business.
J. H. O'Reilly, president of
the Phoenix National Insurance
Company, with headquarters at
Phoenix, has been a business
visitor in the city several days
this week.
The funeral of late Joseph
Thompson, who died April 22nd,
after an illness of only three
"days, was held Sunday, inter
ment being in the Nogales, Ari
zona cemetery.
Tomorrow evening a grand
Kermesse will be given in the
Hidalgo Theatre, Nogales, So
nora, under the auspices of the
"Club Recreativo de Nogales,"
of which C. H. Araiza is presi
dent. A glorious time is assured
i -all who attend.
Louis Koller, who with John
A. McDonald of Patagona, has
the contract for runing a 200 foot
tunnel in the Black Cap mine
near Patagonia, is a business.
D. S. Crawford, representing
the Western Newspaper Union
of Denver, Colorado, was a No
gales visitor a couple days this
-week, interviewing local printers
and publishers.
John Hughes, proprietor of
The Cave Club, has returned
from Guaymas, where he was a
guest of his old friend, Mine
Host Willoughby of the Albin
Hotel, several days.
Nogales fans should not fail
to witness the balj game tomor
row afternoon between the
Knights of Columbus club of
Bisoee and the regimental team
of the 2ath Infantry.
Yesterday morning at the base
hospital, Sgt. Major William
Fredericks of the 25th Infantry,
passed away. The body will be
sent to the National Cemetery at
San Francisco for burial.
Last Saturday the home of
Attorney and Mrs. Leslie C.
Hardy was made happy by the
arrival of cute girl baby. Mother
and little one reported doing
nicely. Congratulations.
Joe Berk has returned from
an extended purchasing expedi
tion to Eastern markets, for The
Modern, mammoth emporium on
Morley avenue. Says he sure
landed some great bargains.
This week Bill Payne has been
busy inspecting tomatoes from
the south country. Bill reports
business good. Tuesday a train
toad of thirty cars arrived from
Sinaloa, consigned to the States.
Manuel Mascarenas, Jr., for
merly of this city, now of Los
Angeles, where he resides with
bis family, has been a Nogales
visitor this week, a guest of his
father, Don Manuel Mascare
nas, Sr.
R. S. Gray and family return
ed the forepart of the week from
an extended pleasure visit with
his parents in California. The
long cross-country trip was
made by auto, with Mr. Gray at
the wheel.
Mex:can Consul Joaquin Terra-
zas of this city, has been inform
ed " that beginning tomorrow,
May 1st, the Nogales consulate
will be rated as a first class con
sulate instead of third class as
in the past.
Francisco M. Cordova, pro
minent Hermosillo merchant, has
been a Nogales visitor this week
several days. He was entertain
ed by J. A. Legarra, proprietor
of The Famous, and other old
time Nogales friends.
On Wednesday, May 11th, at
the court house in this city, the
Corporation Commission will
hear the application of the No
gales Electric Light and Power
company for a certificate of con
venience to install a pumping
plant.
Last Wednesday night some
petty thief stole J. A. Legarra's
eye glasses from his home on
Crawford street, now Joaquin is
seeing "red," and says he's will
ing to pay any price for the ap
prehension of the "meanest thief
in America."
Captain J. Campbell Beasley,
who is now engaged in the busi
ness of cotton growing in Sonora,
after a short business visit in
the States has returned to Her
mosillo, from where he will go to
bis plantation, situated a short
distance from the state capital.
Mr. Milliken, formerly bead
of the local Immigration office,
now occupying a lucrative posi
tion with the Arizona Cotton
Growers' Association, was a
visitor in Nogales this week a
couple. of days, from Phoenix,
where he and Mrs. Milliken now
reside.
Frank Turner and a score of
other auto truck drivers, arrived
from Tempe last Wednesday
with a large number of Mexican
laborers, who are being return
ed to Mexico by the Arizona
Cotton Growers' association, in
accordance with their contract
with the Mexican governmet.
Trippel & Stovall, attorneys
at law, are now pleasantly
located in new offices in the John
Jund Building on Morley avenue.
Mr. Geo. P. Stovall recently
came to Nogales to become
associated with Attorney A. A.
Trippel. The new law firm is
building up a lucrative practice.
Fiends of Mr. Madison Rising
er, of this city, who has been
spending some time at Modesto,
California, with his daughter,
will be pleased to learn that he
is greatly improved in health
and feeling fine. In a letter to
a Nogales friend, Madison wish
ed to remembered to "everybody."
Last Thursday , in Superior
Court, Manuel Guitierrez was
found guilty of having robbed
the home of Attorney Frank J.
Barry. In the prosecution Coun
ty Attorney DeRiemer was as
sisted by Attorneys Barry and
Kinder. Attorney Fitts, appoint
ed by the Court, represented the
defendant.
John Costello, of the Deep
Down mine near Patagonia, was
a business visitor at the county
seat a couple of days this week,
from bis home in Patagonia.
Johnny has great faith ill his
wonderful mining property.
which he says is sure to make
all the Costellos independently
rich. Here's hoping.
Last Sunday in a fast ten in
nings game, on the Nogales, So
nora diamond, the Nogales, So
nora baseball nine defeated an
all-American nine from Tucson
by a score of 1 to 0. A big crowd
of enthusiastic ball fans witness
ed the game which was one of
the best exhibitions of the Am
erican sport, ever seei across
the border.
Mr. A. Reed, from Miami,
were be has for a long time en
gaged in the real estate busi
ness, is arranging to enter the
real estate business in Nogales,
on a big scale. Since coming
here a short time ago Mr. Reed
has made a number of deals and
he is greatly pleased with our
wonderful little city of splendid
opportunities.
Last Monday Mr. Gay Perry of
Patagonia, and Miss Delia Hum
mell of Elgin, this county, were
joined in the holy bonds of ma
trimony, Justice of the Peace
Wilkey, officiating. The bride
and groom-are well and favor
ably known in this county where
they have a wide circle of friends
all of whom join in wishing them
much happiness.
According to a telegram just
received from Mr. A. E. Tit
comb, of Roy & Titcomb, Inc ,
who is now on a scouting visit
in Ao forests of Sinaloa, the big
local firm has contracted for ten
carloads of mahogany for their
Nogales mill. The hardwood will
be brought out of the forests
and shipped to Nogales before
the summer rains set in.
Mr. Alex. Carpena, the well
known pioneer haberdasher, has
returned from San Francisco,
Where he attended Market Week,
with about six hundred other
merchants from all over the
United States. Alex, reports
having had a fine time. En route
home be stopped a day in Los
Angeles with his daughter, who
is attending school there.
Marshall McDonald, United
States customs inspector, for
merly stationed here now located
at Naco, arrived in the city last
Thursday, on official business.
Friends of the brave customs offi
cer will be pleased to learn that
he is recovering from the effects
of gun shot wounds received
some time ago in a battle with
liquor smugglers, and will soon
be entirely well.
Mel Van Treese, formerly of
Nogales, now a resident of Los
Angeles, where he is successfully
engaged in the oil business, is a
Nogales visitor after au absence
of fifteen years. Mr. Van Treose,
wbo for a number of years was
cashier in the local Southern
Pacific office, is pleasantly re
mcmbered by old time citizens of
Nogales, all of whom are giving
him the glad hand.
Conductor Haraldson of the
Southern Pacific of Mexico, with
headquarters at Empalme, Sono
ra, has been a Nogales visitor
this week a couple of days.
"Dad" is a veteran in the railway
service, having stayed right on
the job during all of the late
unpleasantness in the country
south of the International line.
He and his estimable wife have
a comfortable home at Empalme.
According to Dr. V. A. Smelli
er, who last Wednesday return
ed from the Alamo ranch in So
nora, 'owned by W. Beckford
Kibbey, Jr., and associates, Capt.
Theodore Marburg, who has been
seriously ill with an attack of
pneumonia, is out of danger and
on the road to recovery, to the
delight of the captain's numer
ous friends and acquaintances in
Nogales. Mr. Kibbey is with
his friend at the ranch.
Last Sunday Mr. J. D. Hal
stead, president of the J. D.
Halstead Lumber Company, the
main offices of which are located
in Phoenix, was a visitor in No
gales, having motored down to
tha-border to inspect the com
pany's big local branch. He was
accompanied by his son, Mr. Joe
Halstead, well known in this
city, where he resided when be
joined Uncle Sam's great army,
1 for honorable service overseas.
T. G. Wright, local agent for
the Southern Pacific railway,
annunces that the change of the
time in the train schedule be
tween Nogales and Mazatlan,
commencing tomorrow, will not
be placed in effect. Until further
notice the trains for the south
will leave Nogales on Sunday,
Tuesday and Thursday, night
and morning, and will arrive
from the south Monday, Wed
nesday and Fridavr night and
morning.
V. F. Frizzell and H. L.
Miller, of thvs Frizzell Miller
CatiLj Company, controlling
several thousand acres of very
valuable grazing land in the
vicinity of Amado and Tubac,
were business visitors at the
county seat last Monday. While
here the gentlemen purchased a
supply of wire and staples with
which to rebuild the fence at
their ranch recently destroyed
by night riders. A number of
suspects have been arrested and
will be prosecuted to the full ex
tent of the law. In protecting
their property, Messrs. Frizzell
and Miller will ask the aid of
Sheriff White and the board of
supervisors.
MAY DAY MOTORCADE
Believing that the people of
Nogales should know of the
beauties of nature iq this vicin
ity, the Nogales Chamber of
Commerce proposes to run a
motorcade and have a May Day
Picnic (Sunday, May 1st) to Bear
Valley Canyon.
Bear Valley Canyon is twenty
six miles from Nogales on the
Montana Camp road. This road
branches off from the Tucson
highway just beyond the
Pesquiera bridge, seven miles
north of Nogales. Repairs have
recently been made to the road
and it is safe for the careful
driver. In order to permit every
one in the cars to enjoy the
scenic beauties of this trip, it is
suggested to the drivers that
they go slowly and carefully.
The road will be flagged the en
tire distance. At the point wbero
the canyon intersects the high
way is a large sign where the
turn off is made to the left to
enter the canyon.
There is a spring of fine water
where the cars will be parked
and from this point it takes
about an hour half and to walk
without stopping through the
canyon.
The motorcade : will assemble
in front of the Chamber of Com
merca offices on Grand Avenue,
leaving from there promptly at
8:30. Every arrangement possi-
-ble for the comfort and safety
of the part will be made by the
Chamber of Commerce. You
may be assured that this trip
will be well worth while and wo
believe that those taking it will
return every enthusiastic for
Bear Valley the main purpose,
sought.
NOGALES HI IN TUCSON.
The following students of the
Nogales High school represented
the school in the literary and
athletic contests, during Univer
sity Week, in Tucson:
Rifle team Harry Renshaw,
John Titcomb and Ben. White.
Rapid calculation Viola San
doval and Kathryn Grimm.
Sewing Bernice Sampson.
Cooking Eleanor Thalman.
Algebra Dorothy Hamblin.
Girls' tennis Lucy Chatham.
Boys' tennis Antonio Floras.
English Beatrice Jones and.
Dorothy Brown.
Stock judging Fred Bower.
Chemistry- Mirian Thacker.
Athletics Manuel Ratniree
and Roland Legarra.
No. B-BI (TUCSON).
In the District Court of the
United States, for the District of
Arizona.
In the matter of E. P. A. Lar
rieu, bankrupt.
To the creditors of E. P. A,
Larrieu of Nogales, in the coun
ty of Santa Cruz, and District
Aforesaid :
Notice is hereby given that on
the 25th day of April, 1921, tha
said E. P. A. Larrieu was duly
adjudicated a bankrupt, and tbab
the first meeting of his creditors
will be held at the office of thu
undersigned, roem 4, old pos'j
office building, in the city of
Tucson, Arizona, on the lltb,
day of May, 1921, at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon; at which time tl
said creditors may attend, prov
their claims, appoint a truster,
examine the bankrupt, and trane
act such other business as ma.
properly come before said meet
ing. Dated at Tucson, Arizona, this
28th day of April, 1921.
F. H. Bernard,
1 'AO It Referee in Bankruptcy

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