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? i r !!! Hardware, Furniture, Imp WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT i. NOGALES, r Guaymas, Sonora, Mex. Headquarters for Tourists From All Parts of the World Overlooks "tlx 3Bsy Rates Reasonable Service Excellent yQcvkr tt rfr -fry v -rC-r v O. DEP. HOLLER,, CUSTOMS HOUSE AGENT PROHPT AND EFFICIENT SERTICE Drawer 1269 Apartado 43 . HENRY COMMISSION AGENT Mexican Products a Specialty P. O. Box 459 (STAGXBARBEBlSHOPj EeorgB fagfl Prop, Everything Neat, Glean and Sanitary. EXPERT BARBERS ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Santa Crue. In the Matter of the Estate of James Renehaw, deceased. It appearing to the satisfaction ol the court from the verified peti tion of H. R. Renehaw, adminis trator of the estate of James Ren shaw, deceased, heretofore present ed to the court and tiled herein, that it is necessary to eell the whole or some portion of the real state of eaid 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 ehaw, deceased, appear before the eaid Superior Court of the county of 8anta 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 Baid administra tor to sell so much of the said real estate as shall be necessary, either at public auction or private sale as eaid 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 oi this order be published at least once a week for four successive weeks, in Tub Borden Viobtte, a newspaper printed and published in stoid Santa Oruz county. le ments, Etc. hi J ARIZONA J. G- Willoaghby, Prop. 0 tOt t tt tS; -fr Tg; ;g g -rg? . Nogales, Arizona Nogales, Son., Mex. $t v Nogales, Arizona Dated this 23rd day of Novem ber, A. D., 1921. W. A. O'CONNOR, Judge of Baid Superior Court. First pub. Nov. 26. 5t. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, Slate 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 eaid 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 Dominguex, de fendant, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the superior court of Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, and answer the com plaint therein filed with the clerk of thiB said court, at Nojsales, 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 be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the superior court of Santa Cruz county, Slate of Arizona, this first day of December, 1921- Seal. ROBT. E. LEE, Clerk of the said Superior Court By MABEL C. WYLIE, l'2-:V5t Deputy Clerk. i AIL,BIV 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year.; S2.00 Six Months 1.60 Three Months I.OO IN ADVANCE DECEMBER 24, 1921. LOCAL NEWS. Jo; Deegan. from his ranch out Pena Blanco way, is here for Christmas. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Woody Gatlin, of Patagonia, were coun ty seat visitors. Fred Alford, from Noria.Son., will spend the holidays in the city with his family. Fred C. Emery, well known mine operator, has returned to Nogales, from Los ADgeles. Bert Scbleimer has gone to San Diego, California, to spend the holidays with his parents. Yesterday Mrs. C. A. Bank- erd motored in from the Bankerd place out on the Santa Cruz river. Tom Cumming is here from the Altar district,Sonora, where he is in charge of a big herd of cattle. George N. Sayre, former U.S. customs inspector, who now is ranching out near San Juan, is a visitor in the city. Frank Pellier, owner of the Arcade Hotel, is here from Her mosillo, having arrived yester day, from the south. Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. L. Hardy will eujoy the holidays in Los Angeles with their son and daughter, Attorney and Mrs. C. L. Hardy. Thursday evening Mrs. Alice Beale, Mrs. Bergoff and Miss Ethel Poole arrived from Los Angeles, and will spend the holi days in the city. Gus Sterns, manager of the Mexico Arizona Trading Com pany, has returned from Los Angeles, where be had been on company business. Charley Wise, from the Ros well, New Mexico, millitary col lege, and Louis Hudgin, Jr.,from the University, of Arizona, are home for the holidays. Ned Hogan, a former Nogales boy, who is now connected with the Arivaca Land & Cattle Co , was a visitor in the city this week a couple of days. Tomorrow morning, the No gales Elks will deliver Christ mas baskets to many needy fam ilies of Nogales. God bless the "Best People On Earth." Colonel R. R. Richardson, of Patagonia, was a business vis itor at the county seat last Wed nesday, being accompanied by Joe Collie, of Patagonia. Miss Helen Wylie, Miss Doro thy Brown, Miss Beatrice Jones, John Phillips and Roland Le garra are home from the Uni versity of Arizona for the Christ mas holidays. Harry B. Titcomb, president of the Southern Pacific of Mex ico rail way, returned to theStates last Wednesday, from an in spection trip down the West Coast of Mexico. J. A. Small, superintendent of the Sonora division of the South ern Pacific of Mexico, with head quarters at Empalme, arrived from the south yesterday, on company business. Miss Wandyne DeCillo, charm ing daughter of Mrs. DeCillo, of the Nogales National Bank of Nogales, is home from the Uni versity of Arizona, to spend the holidays with her mother. American Consul F. J. Dyer of Nogales, Sonora, who recent ly bad bis tonsils removed, is again on duty at the consulate across the international line. Nogales Knights of Pythias are making arrangements for a big time on the evening of Jan uary 4th, when public installa tion of officers will be held, after which a dance and supper will be given. Friends of I. E. Bowers, who owns a big cow ranch near Son ora. Mexico, will be pleased to learn that he has recovered from his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Bowers have a host of friends in Nogales. Mr. George Cheeseman, the oil representative, who makes his headquarters at Guaymas, Sonora, has been a business visitor in Nogales this week sev eral days, a guest at the Monte .nma hotel. This week Fred. Valenzuela has been in town serving as a trial juror in superior court. Fred's home is in Patagonia. Miss Helen Karns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Karns, is home from the University of Arizona, to enjoy the Christmas holidays with her parents at their pleasant home on North Grand avenue. Next Monday will be observed as a general holiday, throughout the city, on account of . Christ mas falling on Sunday. All stores in the city will have to close next Monday, according to Chief of Police Lowe, Mr. H. H McCutchan, of Pa tagonia, accompanied by Mr. Harry Barnett and his charming daughter, Miss Gertrude Bar nett, motored down to the coun ty seat last Tuesday on a Christ mas shopping expedition. Last Sunday Kelly Henry, Bill Keyte and Joe Hunter, the Tuc son incorporation lawyer, en joyed a duck hunt out Arivaca way. Besides a number of ducks, they bagged several jack snipe, the gamest little bird that flies. Attorney E. R. Purdum, and Professor Abernathy of the high school, have gone to San Diego to witness the football game Monday between the University of Arizona, and the "Praying Colonels" of Centre College, Ky. This week Page & Misenhime of Willcox, shipped a trainlc d of Santa Cruz county cattle ft m Calabasas, to California. Now Harry Saxon, Joseph Wise, Joe Deegan, and other local stock raisers, are wearing Christmas smiles. Luis Brauer, manager of the Banco de Sonora, accompanied by his family arrived in the city the forepart of the week from the south. The Brauers are guests, at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Muller, in Nogales, Sonora. The long-drawn out murder trial of Placido Silvas, accused of being one of the murderers of Postmaster and Mrs. J. Frank Pe arson at Ruby, August 26th, is expected to come to a close today in -Superior Court, where the case has held the boards since December 15th. At the annual meeting of No gales Masons, held last Monday night, following . officers for the ensuing year were elected: G. E. Wheeler, worshipful mas ter; W.- F. Tolly, senior warden; W. L. Hunter, junior warden; Dr. A. H. Noon, treasurer, and I. Burgoon, secretary. The Christmas tree festivals, last night at the Methodist and Baptist churches, were enjoyed by the children, all of whom were remembered by dear old Santa Claus, who also appeared at the St Andrew's Episcopal church, where he distributed presents to the children. Chief of Police Lowe has in his possession a valuable open face Waltham watch with the initials T. S. M. engraved on the back. The time piece was taken from a young Mexican arrested recently by the police as a sus picious character. The police believe tbe watch was stolen. Charles Northcraft, manager of the great Sonoita Land Grant, and E. E. Bethel, manager of the Washington Trading Com pany, were county seat visitors last Tuesday, from Patagonia, where they reside. Recently Mr. Northcraft has been busy sowing eats on his splendid farm near Patagonia. The Cosmopolitan Dance Gar den, on -the second floor of the Cosmopolitan Cafe, just across the line, will be open this after noon at 5:30. The new garden is one of the most attractive of its kind on the Mexican border. Manager Cris Kerson invites you to come and bear some real jazz music, this evening. The musical given last Wed nesday evening at the Lyric theatre for the benefit of the No gales Elks, was greatly enjoyed, and the Bills are very grateful to Mrs. L. H. Grimes, who had charge of the program, and others, who aiding in making the affair a success. The funds will be used by the Best People On Earth in buying Christmas bask ets for the needy of Nogales. "Flashes of Action," the great war picture shown Thursday and last night at the Nogales thea tre, attracted large crowds, and was greatly enjoyed. During evening, the quartet of war vet erans consisting of Taylor Wil key, Ed. Jones, Cliff Whiles and Henry Williams, rendered a num ber of patriotic songs. The pic ture is being shown under the auspices of the American Legion. Lou Stevens, cattle inspector, who is one of Sheriff White's deputies, was a visitor in tbe city last Wednesday from Pata gonia, where he has made his home many years. Wednesday Ignacio P. Gaxio la, who is in charge of the priv ate business interests of Presi dent Obregon in Sonora, arrived in the city from Mexico City. Mr. Gaxiola will go to Hermo sillo where he will spend the holidays with relatives. County Assessor Viir. Wager has returned from Phoenix, where be attended the annual meeting of the state tax commis sion and county assessors, last Tuesday. The commission de cided to make tbe assessment on range cattle $2 50 a bead less than it was for the 1921 taxes and to make a reduction of $5.00 per head on two year old steers. Other reductions on livestock were made. Wednesday, in Superior Court, Judge Lockwood of Cochise county, occupying Judge W. A. O'Connor's bencb, sustained the demurrer to the charge of prac ticing medicine illegally in Santa Cruz county, against Captain E. W. O'Connor of the U. S. me dical corps. This is the - second demurrer to tbe charges brought against Captain O'Donnell, made by his attorneys Duane Bird and Judge F. J. Duffy, that have been sustained in the past to months, Judge Lyman of Phoe nix, sustaining the first demur rer of tbe defense attorneys to tbe charge brought by County Attorney DeRiemer. In tbe death last Tuesday morning of Mrs. Dura Tovrea, beloved wife of J. C Tovrea, manager of the Arizona Packing Company, Nogales mourns the loss of a most estimable woman, who will be greatly missed. On Wednesday morning funeral ser vices were held at the Chapel of the Marsh UndertakingCo., Rev. Henry Clark Smith of St. An drew'a Episcopal church, offi ciating. The body was shipped to Phoenix for burial, being ac companied by tbe bereaved hus band, mother and sister of de ceased, who in their hour of sorrow have tbe heartfelt sym pathy of the entire community. NEW CITY PUMP UNIT. Work on the installation of an electrical driven deep well-turbine pump at the city pumping plant was ordered by the com mon council of Nogale yester day afternoon at a meeting at tended by Mayor Harrison and all of tbe council members held at the city hall, says Friday morning's Democrat. Mayor Harrison was directed by the council to employ Louis H. Kelsey, civil and hydraulic engineer, to superintend the in stallation of tbe new pumping unit and that contract to supply electrical power be given the Arizona Gas and Electric Co. for a- period of three years. Acting as spokesman for the minority members of the coun cil, Messrs. Herold and Middle ton, councilman H. J. Karns gave notice that the referendum would be invoked if tbe orders of the majority of the members of the council, consisting of Messrs. Duffy, Fiedler, Wylie and Mayor Harrison, were com plied with. Councilman Karns further stated that if the work of install ing an electrical unit was inau gurated within the next 30 days, injunction proceedings would be instituted by the minority mem bers of the council. If the necessary number of signatures are obtained for a re ferendum election, the election will probably be held at the same time the regular city elec tion is held in May. SEED TESTING IN ARIZONA. Tucson, Dec. Tbe Pure Seed Bill passed by the last legisla ture established in the Agricul tural Experiment Station of the University of Arizona, a seed testing laboratory where purity and germination tests might be had, to a certain extent, free by the residents of Arizona. Since the law has been effec tive, 248 seed samples have been submitted to the University for examination. Of this number, 168 of the samples have been of alfalfa in which a range of ger mination was found from 52 per cent to 97 per cent, and a range of purity from 94.58 per cent to 100 per cent. Tbe largest num ber of noxious weeds found in any sample was 277 per five grams, which is about 4 per cent of the ten noxious weeds in tbe state, the three most commonly found have been lambsquarter, Bermuda, and Johnson grass. PATAGONIA ROADS. Patagonia is receiving much J advertising around the country tnese days because ot the many fine highways that are now be ing constructed in this district, says the Patagonian. People who are familiar with tbe moun tain scenery in the southern part of Arizona are not giving much attention to anything except tbe good roads but tourists who are being routed through this'sec tion are not failing to appreciate the wonderful view one" gets of the lofty mountain paks of A ri zona and of old Mexico from tbe summit on the Patagonia Noga les road. In travel ling over this scenic highway one reaches by easy grades an altitude of more than five thousand feet, passes through fertile valleys where there are huge trees and rivers of sparkling mountain water and travels through canyons where towering walls of beautifully colored stone rise hundreds of feet in the air. In the valleys are many farms where profitable crops are grown and 'the hillsides furnish excel lent grazing lands for tbe cattle owned by tbe cowmen of Santa Cruz county. The Patagonis-Nogales high way is hot tbe .only road that goes through beautiful country. The road to Duquesne passes through a territory that is rich in natural beauty and serves many mining camps, including Harsbaw, an interesting old min ing town that ran a close second to "Red Dog" in days gone by. The San Rafael Valley road also deserves mention, as does the road that leads into the Santa Rita mountains. In fact, there are no roads in this section that are not interesting to those who appreciate mountain scenery and we can truthfully say that the roads entering Patagonia are good ones. In an article on highways, the Tombstone Prospector has the following to say concerning the roads around Patagonia: "Tbe state highway known as the Tombstone-Nogales section which has been under construc tion during the present year, is very nearly completed from the Cochise county line in Santa Cruz to Patagonia, and will pro bably be completed and opened for traffic the entire distance the first week in January. It is a fine piece of highway and Pata gonia is to be congratulated as well as the county of Santa Cruz. "In fact the enterprising little city of Patagonia is tbe center of a network of fine highways, both county and state. When the state highway into Nogales is rebuilt from Patagonia there will be added traffic over that route which has two inlets from the north, tbe state highway from Tombstone and the county route branching off of the Bor derland near Sonoita in the San ta Rita mountains. "It is said that Santa Cruz of ficials are doing everything pos sible to complete tbe road from a point one mile beyond Pata nia into Nogales and they will make no mistake as they will find it a "paying' investment." ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY SALE Or REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In the Superior Court of the Stats of Arizona, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the Matter of the Estats of Lydia M. Hudgin, deceased. It appearing to the court by the petition this day filed by Louis Hudgin, administrator of the estate of Lydia M. Hudgin, deceased, that it is necessary to Bell a portion of the real estate of said decedent for the purpose of raising funds to pay expenses incident to the care, pre servation and management of the said estate. It is ordered by tbe court: That all persons interested in tbe estate of said deceased, appear before tbe said Superior Court on the 23rd day of January, 1922, at the hour of eleven o'clock fc. m. of said day, at the courtroom of said court, at the court house in tbe city of No gales, Santa Cruz Uounty, State of Arizona, to show cause why an or der should not be granted to the said Louis Hudgin, as administra tor of said estate, to sell the real estate described in hie petition, and that a copy of this order be pub lished for four successive weeks in The Border Vidktte, a newspaper printed and published in Nogales, Santa Crua county, Arizona. Dated this 23rd day of Decem ber, 1921. V. A. O'CONNOR, Jcr.iE. Firet pub. Dec. 24. 5t. Jose Calderon is back from Mexico City, where he occupies a responsible position with the Obregon government.