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I 4 r "V7"Ej Hardware, Furniture, WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT (5eo. p. NOGALES, hi I Gtnaymas, Sonorn, Mex. Headquarters for Tourists From All Parts of the World Overlooks A, tf, rf, r-Q-r yfrr O. R HOLLER, CUSTOMS HOUSE AGENT PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE Drawer 1269 Apartado 43 a. HENRY LEVIN, COMMISSION AGENT Mexican Products a Specialty P. O. Box 459 (STAGXBARBERISHOP George JumI, Prop. Everything Neat, Glean and Sanitary. EXPERT BARBERS gJSS s5 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 of James Renshaw, deceased. It appearing to the satisfaction of the court from the verified peti tion of H. R. Renshaw, adminis trator of the eBtate of James Ren shaw, deceased, heretofore present ed to the court and filed herein, that it is necessary to sell the whole or some portion of the real estate of said deceased, to pay the debts of decedent and the expenses and charges of administration; It is therefore by the court or dered; that all persons interested in the estate of said James Ren shaw, deceased, appear before the said Superior Court of the county of Santa Oruz, State of Arizona, at the court-room therefore in the court-house in the city of Nogales, Arizona, on Friday, the 30th day of December, A. D., 1921. at eleven o'clock on the forenoon of said day, then and there to show cause, if any they have.why an order should not be granted to said administra tor to sell so much of the said real estate as shall be necessary, either at public auction or private sale as said administrator shall judge to be for the best interests of said estate and of the persons interest ed therein It is further ordered, that a copy of this order be published at least once a week for four successive weeks, in The Border Vidette, a newspaper printed and publiahed in said Santa Cruz county. ( Implements, Etc. fee. :- ARIZONA III ! J. G- Willoaghby, Prop. Service Excellent I rr rr rf rtr TT tt rfr , Negates, Arizona Nogales, Son., Mex. v iji ji Nogales, Arizona Dated this 23rd day of Novem ber, A. D., 1921. YV. A. O'CONNOR, Judge of said Superior Court. First pub. Noy. 26. 5t. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona. J. G. Alvarez, plaintiff, vs. An tonio Dominguez, defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona, and the complaint filed in said county of Santa Cruz in the office of the Clerk of said su perior court. In the name of the State of Ari zona to Antonio Dominguez, de fendant, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff ia the superior court of Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, and answer the com plaint therein filed with the clerk of this said court, at Nogales, in said county, within twenty days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said county, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will he taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the superior court of Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, this first day of December, 1921- Seal. KOBT. K. LEE, Clerk of the said Superior Court By MABEL C. WYLIE, 12-3 5t Deputy Clerk. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year S2.00 Six Month 1.50 Three Month I.OO IN ADVANCE DECEMBER 17, 1921. LOCAL NEWS. Attorney Tbos. Flannigan reported on the sick list. IS Fred Alford, from Noria, is a business visitor in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Beatty, from their home near Elgin, are guests at The Brickwood. Captain Kenneth Littlejohn, from Tucson, is a business vis itor in Nogales today. The play, "Miss Cherry Blos som," at the Lyric theatre last night, was a great success. Wirt G. Bowman has returned from. Hermosillo, where he had been on a flying business visit. Miss Garnet Howell who is at tending school in Los Angeles, will spend the holidays in No gales. A. L Kinsley, member of the county highway commission, was a visitor in the city several days this week, being accompanied by his wife. J. J. Egan, popular superin tendent of Wells Fargo Co., with headquarters at Empalme, has been iu Nogales this week on company business. Cal Wright has returned from Los Mochis, Sinaloa, where he has been for the past month doing painting and decorating for the United Sugar Co. Last night the members of the American Legion were guests of the members of the Santa Cruz Club at a dancins? party held in the Santa Cruz Club rooms. Dr. E. C. Houle, chief surgeon of the Southern Pacific of Mex ico, with headquarters at Em palme, is in the city, being ac companied by Mrs. Houle. Joe Miller is here from Pata gonia and may decide to spend the holidays with his many No gales friends. Joe is one of the best miners in the country. J. B. Bristol, secretary of the Nogales Chamber of Commerce, has gone to Phoenix to attend the railway rate hearing on the inter-mountain rate question. This week the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tovrea was made happy by the arrival of a fine girl baby. Mother and little one reported doing nicely. Congrat ulations. Vic Bennett, assistant to J. A. Small, superintendent of the Sonora division of the Southern Pacific of Mexico railway, ar rived from Empalme on Thurs day's train. The first shipment of tomatoes from Mexico to reach the border this season, were received last Wednesday by C. R. Piquero & Company of the Trust Building, this city. Miss Ethel Poole, daughter of Mrs. M. L. Poole of this city, who now resides in Los Angeles, will spend Christmas here with her mother. She will arrive next Friday. George A. Lonsbury, the well known mine and land promoter, en route from Los Angeles to the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, was Nogales visitor this week a couple of days. Earl D. Hammack, the man who put Nelson avenue on the map, is on toe 300 early ana late. More power to Earl. He de serves the thanks of every citi zen of Nogales. Postmaster Charles Beatty, an nounces tnat beginning today, the parcel post window will be kept open until 7 o'clock each evening, lor the receipt ana ae livery of holiday packages. Duke Parker, from the San Rafael valley, and Tom Farrell, from Harshaw, were county seat visitors a couple of days this week. They came to serve as jurors in trie superior court. George Kramer, superinten dent of the Pullman Company, has returned from a trip down the West Coast. George says the climate in the south country agrees with him. He looks fine. Johnny Fox, who for many years has been paying regular visits to Nogales in the interest of a big St. Louis millinery bouse, has this week been circu lating among his old friends in this city. L. B. Fleischer has returned from Los Angeles, where he en joyed a short visit with his in teresting family. Frank Miller, the cement con tractor, is laying the side walk along the Captain L. W. Mix property on the west side of Nelson avenue, between Hotel Evans and The Brickwood. W. C. Fisher,representing the American Type Founders of Los Angeles, was a visitor in No gales the forepart of the week. For some time past Mr. Fisher has been interested in the oil business in Texas. Ramon Elias, one of the best known, most successful cattle men in the southwest, formerly of Nogales, who now makes his headquarters in El Paso, is a business visitor in Nogales, where he has many friends. Thursday evening Mr. and V. H. Doyle and family depart ed for Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mex., where they will spend the re mainder of the winter. Mr. Doyle is connected with the United States Sugar Company. Captain and Mrs. J. J. Buck ley, the former Miss Helen Ma loney of Ruby, have returned from their honeymoon and will take up their residence at Camp Stephen D. Little, where the captain is stationed with the 25th Infantry. A. J. Panick is playing in hard luck. Thursday evening sneak thieves stole a suit case and traveling bag from his automo bile, while the car was standing in front of the Royal Cafe, where Mr. and Mrs. Panick were eat ing supper. Deputy Sheriff Charles Jones received a telgram from Benson last Monday announcing the glad news that he is the father of an eight pound baby girl. Mrs. Jones, who is visiting her par ents in Benson, and the baby, are doing nicely. Frank D. Wilkey, assistant cashier of The First National Bank of Nogales, who has just returned from an extended busi ness trip to little old New York, reports having had a fine trip. His host of friends in Nogales are sure glad he's back. Bracey Curtis, president of The First National Bank of No gales, after a pleasant outing with friends in Sonora, returned home, yesterday, being accom panied by Amos J. Yaeger, who owns valuable agricultural land and mining property near Ala mos. Tom Gardner, successful mine owner, is a business visitor here from Patagonia, where he has resided many years with his family. Recently a new body of high-grade ore was struck on one of the properties owned by Tom and his partners near Pata gonia. J. W. Edwards, proprietor of the Pioneer Hardware House, established many years ago by Hon. Theo. Gebler, retired mer chant of this city, has returned from Mazatlan, where he recent ly established a branch store, which Jimmie says is doing a big business. Mr. Fred. Hilliker, secretary of the Sonora Valley Land Com pany, the main offices of which ar6 in Los Angeles, has return ed from a business visit on the coast, being accompanied by a party of land investors. They are now at the great Rancho near Noria, Sonora. State Treasurer R. R. Ear hart is here for a short visit with his family. He arrived last Thursday from the state capital. Everybody admits Raymond is making good as treasurer of the great state of Arizona. His host of friends would like to see him Secretary of State. E. A. Titcomb, of Roy & Tit comb, Inc., returned Monday from a successful trip down the West Coast of Mexico, where he had been on business for bis big firm which for many years has enjoyed a splendid trade in the wonderful country south of the international border. Jimmie Parker, one of the best road builders in the couuty, was a county seat visitor this week, from over Duquesne way. Jim mie is a "go-getter," and always makes good. He is a member of one Arizona's oldest, best families, and has a wide circle of friends in Nogales. C. E. Johnson, special agent of the U. S. treasury depart ment, has been a Nogales visitor this week a couple of days being in conference with Special Agent Al Scharff, of this city. Mr. Johnson is special agent in charge, of the southern Califor nia and Arizona districts. Ed. Bohlinger, J. B. Shannon, Val. Valenzuela and E. B. Byr kert, four live wires from Pata gonia, motored down to Nogales the forepart of the week on a Christmas shopping trip. They secured some wonderful bargains and stated they were mighty glad they came. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Cohn, who for several months have conducted the cigar and news stand in the lobby of the Monte zuma, are now in charge of the Montezuma hotel, having assum ed the management Tuesday. They have the best wishes of a wide circle of friends and ac quaintances. Owing to the fact that a mis take was made in the shipment of the film, the war picture to be shown last Tuesday and Wed nesday nights under the auspices of Ridge Igo post of the Amer ican Legion, did not reach No gales and will be shown here on Thursday and Friday, December 22nd and 23rd. Following is the jury in the trial of Placido Silvas, one of the alleged murderers of Post master and Mrs. Frank Pearson at Ruby: F. W. Eames, Charles D. Karns, S. C. Jung, W. J. Mitchell, Charles M. Cox, J. J. Griffith, Joseph Figueras, Harry Moslander, Albert Johnson, T. M. Ford, Jr., Charles O'Keefe, Glenn Perry. Thursday Attorney George Stovall, associated with A. A Trippel in the defense of Placido Silvas, charged with the murder of Postmaster Frank H. Pear son and Mrs. Pearson of Ruby, was stricken suddenly ill, and immediately taken to the St. Joseph hospital. It is said Mr. Stovall is suffering from a nerv ous ailment caused by overwork. At a recent meeting of the No gales Tennis Club, the following officers for the ensuing year were elected: E. R. Pnrdum, president; Mrs. A. Wrotnotski, secretary; Rollo Ashby, treas urer. The tournament commit tee for the ensuing year, con sists of Mrs. W. W. Griffith, Miss Mabel Wylie, Miss Marga ret O'Keefe, Charles Genardini and Cliff Wiles. Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Evans, of Detroit, Mich., after a pleasant visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Evans, departed for Los Angeles, where they will spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. Evans, who is a brother of Ben Evans, drove bis handsome automobile all the way from Detroit to the coast. This was the first meeting of the brothers in over fourteen years. Last Saturday and Sunday J. D. Halstead, bead of the great J. D. Halstead Lumber Co., was a visitor in Nogales, from Phoe nix, where for many years the Halsteads have resided. The Governor was accompanied by bis son Joe Halstead, and James Elder, a well known business man of Prescott. The Halstead lumber interests in Arizona and California, are very extensive. Their big branch in Nogales is under the able managment of Mr. T. M. Ford, Jr. Marino Pimienta, cashier and bookkeeper for the Wells Fargo Express Company in Nogales, Sonora, is still being held in the Nogales, Sonora jail, in connec tion with the robbery of the company's safe early last Tues day morning, at which time a large sum of money is said to have been taken by Marino, who says be was heldup, shot and robbed, by three bandits. Ex press company officials and the Mexican authorities are still working on the case. Last Monday afternoon in Justice of the Peace M. Mar steller's court, the complaint sworn out by County Attorney Arthur H. DeRiemer, against E. A. Daubdoub, proprietor of the Broadway Store, charging him with arson in connection with the burning of the Broadway Store on the night of November 8th, was dismissed. Attorneys Frank J. Barry, Warren Kinder and Leslie Hardy, represented Dabdoub. The county attorney was assisted by Deputy County Attorney Jas. V. Robins. Last Tuesday, at the Royal Cafe, the Nogales Rotary Club held its regular weekly luncheon with Rotarian Duane Bird pre siding as chairman. Engineer L. C. Kelsey of Salt Lake City, was the guest of honor. The gentleman from the big lake city, made an interesting tallr, as did Dr. A. L. Gustetter, Bert Schleimer, Dave Loeb and H. C. Smith. Mr. Kelsey, the guest' of honor, is the gentleman who has been employed by the city to submit plans and specifica tions for the new water plant. The Nogales Public Market will be opened to the public at C o'clock this evenincr. in the new building on Morley and Nel son avenues, under the manage ment of John Peterson and Tom Angeles. During the opening a concert will be rendered by the 25th Infantry band and all women who attend will receive a floral souvenir. Everybody in vited. Captain Thomas Rynning, su perintendent of the state prison at Florence, motored over from Florem e j esterday and will spend the day here on official business. Tne appointment of Captain Rynning by Governor Campbell met the approval of everybody in Arizona, Democrats and Republicans. The captain has a host of friends in Santa Cruz county who are always glad to see him. Tomorrow he will return to the prison, having in custody an escaped prisoner who was captured here a few days ago. At one of the most successful, interesting annual meetings ever held, the following thirty direct ors of the Nogales Chamber of Commerce were elected last Thursday evening, for the ensu ing year: J. C. Barnes, Frank J. Barry, R. S. Burns, C. C. Cheshire, H. M. Clagett, E. K. Cumming, Bracey Curtis, S. C. Edwards, Manuel Escalada, A. M. Gillespie, A. R. Griffith, Dr. A. L. Gustetter, James A. Har rison, W. F. Haynes, Chas. F. Holler, Benj. J. Jones, Harry J. Karns, Dave Loeb, G. H. Mad den, Hugo Miller, Captain L. W. Mix, R L. O'Neill, W. J. Phil lips, F. F. Rodriguez, E. A. Tit comb, J. C. Tovrea, F. D. Wil key, W. C. Wioegar, J. E. Wise, Dr. A. M. Wuerschmidt. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. The annual election of officers to serve during 1922 for the No gales Lodge Knights of Pythias was held last Wednesday night at the castle hall on Terrace avenue. A large number of knights attended the meeting which resulted in the election of the following: Chancellor commander, Chas. Frazier; vice chancellor com mander, H. R. Sisk; prelate, Wm. F. Haynes; keeper of R. and S., H. E. Berner; master of arms, R. Crenshaw; master of works, J. L. Fitts; master of finance, Foster Wright; master exchequer, Geo. Januel; inner guard, M. T. Mills; outer guard, Tbos. Bayze. A public installation and dance will be held by the lodge at the rooms (Masonic hall) on Wed nesday, January 4th. All friends of the Knights of Pythias lodge are cordially invited to be pre sent. The installation will be held in the lodge chamber and the dance will be held on the first floor. A supper will be served in the lodge chamber. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Church school 10 a. m. Mrs. J. B. Bristol and Miss Etta Mae Lewis in charge. A Christmas program and tree are in prepar ation for the members of the school. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sub ject, "Things to be Added to Our Lives." Sermon number two. In the light of this theme. our lives are as we make them, and in the main it is true. Let every praying person in Nogales give thanks to God for the good work already accom plished by the Washington con ference, and continue to ask for still more of the Christ spirit in the remaining work. Special musical number will be a feature in our service next Sunday. A very cordial invita tion extended to all who do no worship elsewhere. Come early and enjoy the complete order of service. O. A. Smith. Paster. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. (Sunday, Dec. 18, 1921) Holy communion 8 a. m. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m. Evening prayer and address, :30 p. m. "The Expectation of Christ," will be the subject of the even ing address. Strangers will be cordially welcomed at any service of the church. Henry Clark Smith, Rector Ruprotec New discovery high ly effective. Easy to take. $1.00 box prepaid. Pay Only If Relieved If not advise us and its free. Tuna Remedy Co., Nogales, Ariz.