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VOLUME XXX
NOG ALES, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 25, 1922.
NO. 9.
!
CONQUER
BY
SAYING
Overcome the shift
lessness of listlessness
and save and have.
Gain a name and fame
through conquest of
yourself. Lay aside a
little money and re-ceive-the
reward that
peaceof body anclmind
brings when you are
old. Start depositing
here today.
THE
First National Bank of Nogales,
NOGALES, ARIZONA
SUPRA BANE II TRUST CO.
Noqales, Arizona
CAPITAL $100,000.00
SURPLUS 25,000.00
Epxs Randolph, President
Li. A. Mabwnbz. Vice President
Max MoLtiB, Vioe President
Wm C. Wineoab, Secretary
J. M. Estbdoo, Asst. Secretary
C. Miqnabdot, CaBhier
A General Banking Business Transacted
FOREIGN EXCHANGE I ROIIRUT AND SOLD
GOLD A SILVER BULLION I BOUGHT AND
AGENCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE
WEST. COAST OF MEXICO
OFFICIAL PROCbfcDiNGS.
QUALITY.
Courtesy
SERVICE.
The Spirit of Friendship.
This store looks upon its patrons not
merely as customers but as friends.
People purchase here because they
have friendly feeling for this store.
The cause which develops this friendly
feeling, may differ, in fact, they are
sure to differ. One's friendship for
". the store is the result of finding good
values; another's is the result of effi
cient service and courteous treatment,
and so on.
Naturally this friendshiply feeling on
the part of our patrons is reciprocated
on our part. And this spirit of mutual
friendship is an impetus for greater
service and an incentive to ever-increasing
endeavor to make this store N
a place where every visitor will feel
perfectly at home.
THE
BROADWAY STORE, INC.
NOGALES, ARIZONA
I
PEDRO TRELLES. modlena .m.., m.
IOKrcrNA E INUENIE- I MAUDAl.ENA EN-
K0S DE MAfiDALEfTA. GIN EE KING OFFICE.
-iimrnCH AND UNDERGROUND WINE SURVEYING.
The Board of Supervisors of Santa Cruz
County. Arizona.
Office of the Board of Supervis- )
ors, Santa Cruz County, No
Kales, Ariz.,- Jan. 3rd., 1922. ;
The board of supervisors met
at 10:00 o'clock a. m., pursuant
to adjournment of December 31st.
1921.
Present: Chairman Finley,
Members Ashburn and Noon
and Clerk.
Minutes of the meetings of
December oih and 31st, were
approved.
The following claims were
presented to t"be board, approv
ed and ordered paid out of their
various funds-:
Victor J. Wager, expense at
tending annual assessors' meet
ing, $55X6.
John Bownan, expense sheriffs
office, $24. 3u.
C. B. Wilson, hay and grain
for road camp, $74 00.
Auto Club of Southern Ari
zona, signing county roads, $38.
75. The Border Vidette, printing
minutes, etc., $30 90.
Nogales Water Department,
water supply for December, 1921,
$12.75.
Western Union Tel. Co., tele
grams for county officials, $2.45.
Arizona Gas & Electric Co.,
gas for court house, $1.20.
Acme Printing Co., copies of
tax conference proceedings, $8.
50. Ingham & Russell, payment
on Harley Davidson motor cycle,
$50.00.
Wm. Lowe, J. P. prct. No. 3,
office rent, $20.00.
Hayden Pendergrass, J. P.
prct. No. 4, office rent, $10 00.
W. H. Walker, coal for court
house, 167.50.
G. G. Morgan Printing Co.,
supplies for court house, $118 80
Halstead Lumber Co., cement
for court house, $9.11.
Geo. J. White, advance con
tingent fund for January, $25.53
John Bowman, car hirafor the
sheriff's office, December 2nd to
to 12tb, 1921, $54.00. V .
H. J. Patterson, auto hire foe.
sheriff's office, Oct., 25.00.
Ah Wing, feeding county pris
oners, $335.44.
Kleen Grocery, groceries issu
ed to indigents, $142.94.
W. F. Chenoweth, auto hire
for indigent sick, $20 CO.
Mrs. Solomon Acevedo, indi
gent outdoor relief for six minor
children, $30 00.
Mrs. Margarita Elias, hospital
care of indigent sick, $27.00.
Fossett's Home Dairy, milk for
Indigent Mrs. Hobbs, $6 20.
The following reports were
presented to the board, read and
ordered filed:
Report of the Clerk of Super
ior Court for the month of De
cember, 1921.
Report of the County Record
er for the month of December,
1921.
Report of the County Assessor
for the month of December, 1921
Report of the Sheriff for the
month of December, 1921.
Report of the County Physi
cian and Supt. of Health for the
month of December, 1921.
Report of the Justices of the
Peace for precincts Nos. 1, 3, 4,
5, 7 and 13, for the month of De
cember, 1921.
Resignation of I. P. Fraizer,
Representative in the State Le
gislature, was presented to the
Board of Supervisors and upon
motion duly made and carried,
said resignation was accepted,
and upon motion of Member
Noon, seconded by Member Ash
burn, and carried, Mr. A. S.
Henderson was appointed to fill
the unexpired term of Mr. Frai
zer.
Communication from Mr. Rich
ard Farrell with reference to ne
cessary road work on the county
road running from Harshaw to
San Rafael valley road, was pre
sented to tbe Board, read, and
referred to Member Ashburn, in
whose district the work is to be
done.
This being the day for adver
tising for bids on all county
printing, county supplies, burial
of indigent dead, care of indi
gent sick, feeding county prison
ers, the Clerk was instructed to
advertise for bids for the same,
said bids to be opened at 2 o'clock
p. m., Monday, February 6th.,
1922. It was further ordered
that all bids be accompanied by
a Cashier's check of $50.00 and
a copy of the advertisemeot.and
the Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Geo. J. White appeared before i
tbe Board and asked for an al j
lowance of $25.00 for the care of
a horse for one man employed j
by the Sheriff, which after duel
consideration, was amy wowea
until further notice from the
Board of Supervisors.
Upon motion duly made and
carried, tbe Clerk was instructed
to notify all county officials and
employees using county cars,
that any damages resulting from
careless driving, collision, or
flood, would be deducted from
the salary of the county official
or employee who was the cause
of said damage.
Upon motion, duly made and
carried, the Board recessed until
1.30 p. m. Board met at 130 p.
m., all Members and Clerk being
prese'nt.
Upon motion duly made and
carried, the Clerk was instruct
ed to authorize the Treasurer to
transfer the sum of $4,400.00
from the County General Fund
the County Salary Fund and tbe
further sum of $5,700.00 from
tbe County General Fund to the
County Expense Fund.
This being the day "as required
law for tbe selection of the names
of persons for jury duty for tbe
year 1922, tbe Board now pro
ceeded to make said selection,
and the Clerk was instructed to
file a copy with the Clerk of the
Superior Court as provided by
law.
There being no further busi
ness, the Board adjourned until
Monday, February 6tb, 1922, at
10:00 o'clock a. m.
Approved,
Jas. L. Finley,
Attest: Chairman.
Laura Parsons, Clerk.
Office of the Board of Supervis
ors, Santa Cruz County, No
gales, Ariz , Jan. 24th., 1922 )
A special meeting of tbe boara
of supervisors was called for 3
o'clock, p. m.
Present: Chairman Finley,
Members Ashburn and Noon and
Clerk.
Mr. Theron Richardson ap
peared beford the Board of Su
pervisors asking that depository
bonds in the amounts of $10,000
00 and $15,000.00 be released,
the deposits at the present time,
not justifying the entire amount
of depository bonds now in the
Treasurer's office, axid upon mo
tion duly made and carried, the
Clerk was instructed to notify
tbe Treasurer to release and re
turn to the First National Bank,
the bonds released.
A communication from Mr. H.
B. Rotbrock was presented to
the Board and read. Said com
munication asked that the mat
ter of the fencing and cattle
pass on bis land be settled, and
the Clerk was instructed to in
form him that the entire matter
had been settled by the State
Highway Department.
A communication from Albu
querque, with reference to ap
plication for Federal Aid on the
Montana Camp Road, was pre
sen ted to the Board, read and
ordered filed.
Communication from tbe City
Clerk with reference to the ap
pointment of an extra man for
tbe purpose of checking up
building permits, as per the re
quest of the County Assessor,
was presented to the Board and
the Clerk instructed to inform
said City Clerk that if the City
would pay tbe additional man,
the Board would make the ap
pointment.
Communication from Weldon
Bailey with reference to dam
ages to the proposed road, peti
tioned by Wm. Lowe, from the
Highway to the Tubac Station,
was read and ordered filed.
Communication from Charles
W. Gould, informing the Board
that the heating system installed
in the court house was complet
ed, and ready for inspection, and
tbe report of the County Engi
neer on same being favorable, it
was moved, seconded and car
ried, that the reports be accepted.
A report was received by the
Board that Mrs. Solomon Ace
vedo, who had been receiving
$30 00 per month from tbe Board
of Supervisors, bad a son who
was working and receiving $4 50
per day, so upon motion duly
made, seconded and carried, the
allowance was reduced to $15.00
per month to assist in the care
of tbe six minor children.
There being no further busi
ness, the Board adjourned until
Monday, February 6th, 1922, at
10:00 o'clock a. m.
Approved,
Jas. L. Finley,
Attest: Chairman.
Laura Parsons, Clerk.
PAYS TRIBUTE TO ASHUR8T .
The Houston Post, of recent
date, under the heading of Am
using Impressions of Senate
Members Are Formed by Gal
lery Habitues During Open Ses
sions, pays a glowing tribute to
Senator Asburst as follows:
"Paradoxical as it may seem a
once 'wild and woolly' Western
State has furnished the senate
its Chesterfield Senator Ash
urst of Arizona, who is without
a rival in urbanity and polished
manners since tbe retirement of
the delightful and perennially
courteous J. "Ham" Lewis of
Illinois. Ashurst is tbe very
embodiment of fine courtesy and
kindly consideration, which at
tributes are the envy and tbe
admiration of senators not so
fortunately disposed or endowed.
It is a delight to bear him in
terrupt a colleage in debate so
mellifulous is his voice and so
exquisite his manner, that the
gentleman interrupted is made
to feel flattered. Asburst can at
times display passion of cyclonic
fury. These outbursts, how
ever, are at rare intervals, and
only when he feels that a great
principle or a very just cause
are a boot to be outraged."
Oatman Late strike on Tom
Reed claim richest in history of
district, ore assaying up to $27,-
000 to ton.
Well ton $175,000 appropriat
ed for construction of highway
to Maricopa county line.
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