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ASHURST GETS THE MONEY. NOTICE Or SALE OF REAL PROPERTY Official Paper of Santa Cruz County E. D. MILLER, Publisher. Entered at the Post Office at No gales, Arizona, as Second Class Matter. DECEMBER 17, 1921. FOR SWEET CHARITY. Strong Organization Is Perfected to Care for Nogales' Needy. In the organization of the Asso ciated Charities of "double bar relied" Nogales, Monday night, .those taking an active part have done more toward solving the unemployed and other needy problems in this community, than has ever been attempted here. In all the large cities of the country, the Associated Chari ties has always been the institu tion relied upon to handle all .problems where the poor and sick are concerned. The Asso ciated Charities of San Francis co is one of the best known organizations of its kind in the United States, the idea of the board of directors being copied by nearly all of the big citities. Many of the plans of the Asso ciated Charities of San Fran cisco, because of the fact that a mixed population will be care for here, are to be put in action by the Associated Charities of Nogales. The Associated Charities of Nogales will have on the Board of Directors, a representative from every church, fraternal and social organization in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora. Rev. O. A. Smith, of the Con gregational church who has been appointed executive secretary of the Associated Charities will es tablish an office in the city where all charity cases may be reported. It is more than pro bable that the city and county will.pay a salary to Rev. Smith as it is the object of the execu tive committee of the Associated Charities to keep down the over head expenses, all money col lected being needed to help those in distress. Within a few days, the execu tive committee will announce the - plan of action and the charitable work of the city which has fal len on many bands in the past will be cared for by the Asso ciated Charities, which organ iz ation has a comprehensive plan of action. Following are the officers of the Associated Charities and the various committees: President, Mayor James A. Harrison; vice president and executive secre tary. Rev. O. A. Smith; record ing secretary, Miss Laura Par sons; treasurer, Manuel Esca lada. Executive committee: J. A. Harrison, S. F. Noon, J. B. Bristol. Dr. A. Wallace, Mrs. W. J. Phillips, Manuel Escalada, Mrs. T. G. Wright, Miss Laura Parsons. Committee on Suggestions: Mrs. W. J. Phillips, J. B. Bris tol, J. L. Fitts, W. G. Bowman, Rev. H. C. Smith. Finance Committee: Mrs. Ed. Rose, Mrs. Arturo Cubillas, Mrs. F. Zenizo, Mrs. Joaquin Terra zas, Manuel Escalada, L. S. Col vin, Dave Loeb, Mrs. W. G. Bowman. Mrs. H. M. Clagett, Ben Jones, Joe Wise, Jack Pol lock, Jimmy Fitzpatrick, A. H. DeRiemer, H. R. Sisk, Mrs. C. Doherty, Bracey Curtis, W. C. Winegar, Foster Wright and W. T. Haley. The organizations having re presentatives at the forming of the Association Charities, were: Baptist Church, Congregational Church, Episcopal Church, Me thodist Church, Mexican Metho dist Church, Adventist, Chris tian Scientist, Elks, Masons, Knights of Pythias, Knights of Columbus, Eastern Star, Wood men of the World, Daughters of Isabella, Fraternal Aid Union, Liga Protectora, Alianza His pano Americana, Sociedad Por- nno Diaz, American Legion, Ar my and Navy Union, Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club, Child's Welfare Board, Womens Business and Professional Club, Board of Supervisors, Members of Common Council. Democrat. Under the personal supervision of "Daddy" Al Peck, the work of Oiling in the extension of Grand avenue in Mexico, is pro gressing in a very satisfactory manner, and it is stated that the splendid thoroughfare will be opened on schedule time, Jan. 1, 1922- Many trucks are being used in hauling dirt, and the comujiitee in charge is "hitting the ball" pushing the work to completion as fast as possible. A big public demonstration of Boy Scout work will be put on at the High School building Sat urday night at 8 o'clock. Major C. A. Rivers, who organized one of the first Boy Scout troops in the world down in South Africa during the Boer War, will make a speech and pin the badges upon the boys who have earned them. Troop No. 1 under George E. Freeman has been practising and planning for this demonstra tion for several recent meetings. Freeman has been holding week ly meetings of this troop for a year and this demonstration will celebrate the birthday of the troop. The complete success of the occasion and the assured future of scouting in Nogales depends to a large degree upon how gen erally the public turns out to this demonstration. No charge will be made. Troop No. 2 under Coach Pau lus has been organized and divided into patrols, and is ex pected to take part in the affair at the high school. With Paulus in charge of the older boys a distinct advance in scouting for Nogales is marked. It means that for the first time Nogales has two troops, and the difficulty of handling large and small boys in the same group has been obviated. All citizens of Nogales who have the future welfare of the city at heart will doubtless feel it their duty and privilege to be present at the high school Sat urday night. Democrat. RUBY TEACHER WEDS. Tucson, Dec. 13. Is romance dead? No! says Cupid. That the activities of Cupid are indefatigable was proven yesterday, when a pretty romance that saw its beginning in the Ruby, Arizona, district culmin ated in the marriage of Captain John J. Buckley of the 25th In fantry of Nogales and Miss Helen Maloney, 23, daughter of John Maloney mining man of the Oro Blanco district near Ruby. Probably it was fate that drew the two principals to the wed ding to Ruby following the raid made by Mexican bandits on the Ruby postoffice. Anyhow, Capt. Buckley was detailed head of the detachment sent to guard that town from further depreda tions. Miss Maloney bravely accepted the post of schoolmis tress in that district. Her pre decessor had been killed in the raid. The young people became ac quainted. Acquaintance ripened into love and culminated yester day in the marriage. J. W. Taylor acted as best man at the ceremony, and Miss Aileen, the bride's sister, was bridesmaid. Mrs. John Maloney and another sister of the bride, Miss Rita, attended the wed ding. Father Connolly perform ed the ceremony. FORGET-ME-NOT DAY. Today, December 17th. 1921, has been proclaimed by Gover nor Campbell as "Forget Me- Not Day" in Arizona. In bis proclamation the governor says: Tbe debt which we, as Amer ican citizens, owe to those who gave their services "for this country in the great war, is so great and so real that we cannot be reminded of it too often, es pecially if the reminder results in some concrete recognition of what we owe them. Particular ly is this true with reference to tbe thousands of disabled sol diers who now find themselves unable to earn a livelihood as a result of wounds they received or the hardships they endured in that conflict. "May not the Christmas spirit which is finding expression in our hearts at this time reach out to these men who are now pay ing with pain and suffering for the privileges which we enjoy, and may we not respond most generously to this opportunity to repay in some slight measure the great debt we owe to them by observing Forget Me - Not Day." NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stockholders of The Nogales Na tion Bank will be held in its offices at Nogales, Arizona, on Tuesday, January 10th, 1922, at four p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of other legitimate business that may come before the meeting. FOSTER WRIGHT, 12 17 4t Cashif.k. Washinctan, Dec. 12. Tcli by Senator Ashurt, Democrat of Arizona, that hundreds of for mer service men were dying of tuberculosis "on the deserts of Arizona," where they went seek ing a cure for disabilities result ing from gas attacks of the Ger mans, the senate tonight voted an appropriation of $1,000,000 for additional hospitalization. The funds, which aie carried in the first deficiency bill passed by the senate, would be expend ed by the veterans' bureau. There are 952 former service men dying of tuberculosis on the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, Sen ator Ashurst declared. He had "beseeched" the senate appro priations committee, he added, to relieve the sufferings but the committee, "while agreeing to an appropriation of $1,000,000 for American participation in an exposition in Brazil," had re fused. Former service men, he ex claimed, were flocking to Arizona under the belief that the climate would aid them in recovery from the tuberculosis and the effects of gassing. Present hospital facilities are overtaxed, he stated TRIAL JURORS. The following trial jurors are in the city: W. R. Beatty, Fred Valenzuela, Joseph Figueras, S. C. Jung, V. L. Walker, Clarke Hickox, E. A. Shultz, A. M. Gillespie, J. D. Rountree, W. L. Cochrane, Albert Johnson, A. C. Wrotnotski, LeGrand S. Col vin, F. W. Hannah, Charles O' Keefe, G. Castro, Robt. L. Wood, T. M. Ford, Jr., Harry E. Mos lander, E. B. Sharpe, David J. Gumming, J. J. Griffith, Charles N. Cox, C. D. Rankin, F. W. Eames, Charles D. Karns, W. J. Mitchell. F. F. Flores, Alex N. Karam, Harry T. Connor, O. H. Walker, W. D. Parker, Geo. W. Parker, Cy. Marsteller, T. F. Gardner, Chris. B. Wilson, R. J. Taylor, Spiro S. Proto, Glenn Perry. HOLIDAY RATES ANNOUNCED. On account of the holidays the Southern Pacific and Arizona Eastern railway will establish a rate of a fare and one half for the round trip locally and joint ly where the one way fare does not exceed $25.00. The sales dates are December 22, 23, and 24 with a return limit of January 4th. . v The Southern Pacific of Texas and Louisana lines will have the same fare in effect on all points during the same dates. , ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the Countv of Santa Orua. In the Matter of the Estate of P. J. Hand, deceased. It appearing to the satisfaction of the court from the verified peti tion of Guadalupe Randall, ad ministratrix of the estate of P. J. Hand, deceased, on file herein, that it is necessary to sell the whole or some part of the estate of said de ceased, P. J. Hand, for the pur poses in said petition set forth. It is ordered by the court; That all persons interested in the estate of said P. J. Hand, deceased, ap pear before the Superior Oourt of tbe County of Santa Cruz, State of Arizona, at the courtroom thereof, in said county and state on Friday the 23rd day of December, 1921, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of said day, then and there to show cause, if any they have, why an order, as prayed for in the petition, should not be granted to tbe said administratrix to sell the real es tate of said deceased, at either public or private sale, for the pur poses mentioned in tbe petition, as she shall judae to be for the best interests of said estate and of the parties interested therein. It is further ordered, That a copy of this order be published at least once a week for four (4) successive weeks, in The Border Vidette, a newspaper printed and published in said county. Dated this ISth day of Novem ber, 1921. W. A. O'CONNOR, Judge of said Superior Oourt. First pub. Nov. 19. 5t. HOWS THIS? HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will do what we claim for it cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. We do not claim to cure any other disease. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a liquid, taken internally, and acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of the system, thus reducing the inflammation and re etorinjT normal conditions. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona. Rae F. Leeker and Samuel Leeker, plaintiffs, vs. Carlos H. Araiza and Josefina Salazar de Araiza, defendants. Under and by virtue of an ex ecution issued out of the Supe rior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona in an action wherein Rae F. Leeker and Sa muel Laeker, were plaintiffs, and Carlos H. Araiza and Josefina Salazar de Araiza, defendants, upon a judgment rendered on tbe 30th day of November. 1921, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendant, for the sum of Seven Thousand One Hundred Eighteen and 48-100 Dollars ($7,118.48,) current law ful money of the United States of America, with interest and costs, I haye this day levied up on all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant in and to the following described prop erty, to wit: "Being in the city of Nogales, in the county of Santa Cruz, State of Arizona, and being lot numbered eleven (11) in block numbered two (2) according to the map of the subdivision of lot numbered three (3) in block num bered one (1), of the said city of Nogales, which map was made and executed by Wallace and Summerhays and approved by the Mayor and Common Council of the city of Nogales; the pre mises hereinbefore described be ing tbe same as the premises conveyed to J. J. Lowe by deed recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Santa Cruz county, Arizona, in book five (5) of deeds of real estate, at page 329; together with the improve ments thereon, and together with all the privileges and ap purtenances to trTe same belong ing or in anywise appertaining. Notice is hereby given that I will, on tbe 10th day of January, 1922. at 2:30 o'clock p.m.. of said day, at courthouse door of Santa Cruz county, State of Ari zona, sell at public auction, for current lawful money of the Un ited States of America, all tbe right, title, claim and interest of iid defendant in and to the above described property, or as much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, with ac eruing costs, to tbe highest bid der, for cash. Dated this 15th day of Decern ber, A. D., 1921. Geo. J. White, 12 17 4t Sheriff. U. 8. GOVERNMENT FULL RICCED STOCK SADDLES $Q095 Exaetly life p'r We OMrtft f Tmr Morrs Kf. r I Station POSniVEX.Y a bargain without errasl! Re aasured the V. S. Government de manded the very BEST every saddle wss Government inspected aid t up to tbe Government's high standard. Eery Saddle is NEW Warranted Never Used Mjt-le nt best ruaaett tmwil skirting teatlior. Brill anil solid, thoroughly tauaed rtod tr.ut ffMlnH. THICK Mnlinet Willi Went itee) fork toof-rild iwtpr, i-teh oval horn, neck of horn in' he, length of seat 18 luoiie ft It AT firm solid seat and Jocsoy fa one ifcee. KK.oitr, RTRA V H Matte from sorflrt leatner. froxt rlgginc I Inches- wide, back riclia- 3 tttehvK wide, eottnectlaa- strap 1 V4 lrx-he wVrte, off Miters 2 Inches wide tie straps 1 5-8 Inches wide and 5 feel S Inches lone. SKIRTS S hicnes lona-. H In. doe) t front sail luirk, lined with wool skin yn?T One solid piece of leather. riZ7iitr.il Good firm leather, 18 !nehe deep. 10 tnches wide: fet.der staya oi etlrrnp leather liners are i Indies wide 18 laches loop. Stirrup leather cnt ont o! tracks of arood firm solid leather. 8 laehor vide. SU feet lone. STlItftirS Solid hent hickory. tM Inches wide at bottom, of standard thtek nes. with -tnch tread and 8-Inch nccfe GIRTHS One 54-Inch strand CafifornU Imlr sirtli. 24 Inches lonjr. with reiitei liar and one 18-Inch strand best eottor rlrt.h 56 Inches lone with center bar CJUFH Wool-skin lined. Tlisr ark 8T75 SAIHIl.F Only a limited nninber available, but wblto they last we offer them at 832.9.' each and this price Inclndes freight, la other word, send SSSsfi and we dellre' the saddle freight charges prepaid to yon- nearest railroad scat ton. Remit by Tort Offtee Slower Order Kaiireaa Money Order. Rank Kl ct'sacf or Cashier's Cheek. Order at ones. Tsn run no risk. 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