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Official Paper of Santa Cruz County E. D. MILLER, Publisher. Entered at the Post Office at No gales, Arizona, as Second Class Matter. FEBRUARY 25, 1922. TAX COLLECTOR AT CITY HALL Deputy Income Tax Collector Parker Will Assist You, Free of Charge. P. H. Parker, deputy collector of Internal Revenue has arrived in the city anb will be establish ed in quarters at the city hall from now until next Tuesday where citizens may consult him relative to their income tax. He will take your acknowl edgemeut assist you in making out your return and will receive payments. If you are single and received income of $1,000.00 or more dur ing the year 1921 you must file a return on or before March 15, 1922. If you are head of a family and received income of $1,000.00 or more during the year 1921 you must file a return on or be fore March 15, 1922. If you are married and were not living with wife (or husband) December 31, 1921 and received income of $1,000 00 or more dur ing the year 1921 you must tile a return on or before March 15, 1922. If you are married and were living with wife (or husband) on December 31, 1921 and received income of $2,000.00 or more dur ing 1921 you must file a return on or before March 15, 1922. If you act as administrator, trustee or other fiducary and there was an income of $1,000.00 or more during the year 1921 you must file a return for those for whom you act on or beforex March 15, 1922 Every partnership, corpora tion and association must file a return whether or not a loss or gain was incurred during the year 1921. Every individual who received a gross income of $5,000.00 or more must file a return. Every individual, partnership, corporation or association who paid during the year 1921, $1, 000.00 or more as wages, salary, commissions, fees, etc., rent, in terest, etc., to any individual, partnership or fiduciary, must file a return on forms 1096 and 1099, same to be transmitted to the sorting section, Washington, D. C. Same must be in Wash ington, D. C, before March 15, 1922. The 1921 law imposes a penal ty of $1,000.00 for failure to file return as outlined in this notice, and it is desirable, both in the interest of the taxpayer and the business of his office, that all returns be prepared and filed at the earliest time possible. MORNING GLORY TO RESUME The Morning Glory mine, near Mowry, is reported to be pre paring to resume operations. The mine was operated for some time by Scranton, Pa., capital ists, who are reported to be mak ing preparations to install elec tric power to replace the old burning engines in use on the property in the past. Much money and labor has been ex pended on this property and its lessees are going to try to make a real mine of it. The Morning Glory has extensive ore bodies which are said to be rather hard to treat, but so much progress has been made in methods of treating complex ores that the ore in these workings may be treated to better advantage and greater profit under new pro cesses. It is understood that work will aoon be resumed on the proper ty and that a large force of men will be put. to work as soon as they can be used to advantage. Patagonian. " 0 " As a result of winning two games at Douglas this week, the Nogales High School Basketball team is now the champion team of Southern Arizona, In honor of the Nogales winners, a recep moo Holrl nr. t hu Hitrh Qrrtnrl last Thursday morning, at which speeches were made by Judge W. A. O'Connor, Dr. A. Li. Gus tetter. Rev. Henry C. Smith, Rev. G. W. Porman, E. R Pur dum, Prof. G. H. Madden, Rich ard Block, Coach Paulus, An tonio Flores and Oliver White. The Nogales team will go to Tucson to represent Southern Arizona in the games March 2, 3 and 4, which will decide the state championship. CAPTAIN MARBURG DIES. Vict.'m of Accidental Shooting Known in Nogales. Wei Theodore Marburg, Jr., of the Alamo ranch near Magdalena,, Sonora.wbo was mortally wound ed through the discharge of his automatic pistol while entering an automobile at Magdalena, last Friday, has but a few hours to live, according to information received at Nogales last night, says Thursday's Democrat. The news that the popular young cattleman's life was de spaired of, was brought here by Francis J. Dyer, American con sul and Captain L. W. Mix, who returned from Magdalena on last night's train, after accompany ing the father of the injured cat tleman to Magdalena on a spe cial train, early yesterday after noon. "It is the opinion of the attend ing physicians, that Mr. Mar burg will die within the next 48 hours," said Consul Dyer. Mrs. Theodore Marburg, Jr., wife of the injured man, is ex pected in Nogales, Friday, from Baltimore. It will be the end of a pathetic journey for Mrs. Mar burg, who is a bride of a month. She was the former Miss Harriet de Forest Brown, near relative of Alex. Brown, father of Mrs. T. Suffern Taylor of New York. Mrs. Walbridge Padgett, well known mining woman of Greater ville, Arizona, who was in Mas dalena at the time of the tragic accident, helped nurse the injur ed cattleman for two nignts after the accident, arrived in Nogales last night. Mrs. Padgett said that little hope was held out for the recovery of Mr. Marburg, although everything possible was being done to alleviate his suffering. Three physicians have been in constant attendance on Mr. Mar burg since the accident. Doc tors Boido, Molina and Ortiz of Magdalena are doing all in their power to save bis life. Dr. V A. Smelker of Nogales, directed the operation Tuesday in which both the injured man's eyes were removed. There are three nur ses now in attendance on the case, Mrs. Spencer, wife of the well known- Magdalena dentist; Miss Mau of Tucson and Miss Potter of Nogales. JuanEliasof Nogales, of whom the injured man was extremely fond is constantly in attendance upon Captain Marburg, who in his lucid moments has conversed with him. Captain Marburg has also talked with his partner Beckford Kibbey, while in short periods of consciousness. Theodore Marburg, Sr., father of the injured man, who with his sister Miss Amaha Marburg, arrived in Nogales from Balti more early yesterday morning, after hearing from Beckford Kit- bey at Magdalena, decided to have his injured son removed to Nogales on the train that arriv ed here last night. At noon yesterday, however, word was received from Magda lena that the injured man had a convulsion and was in a serious condition. Marburg, Sr., order ed a special train and with Amer ican Consul Dyer, Captain L. W. Mix, Mrs. W. Beckford Kibbey and Miss Marburg, departed for Magdalena, a fast run being made by the special train. Cap tain Marburg was unconscious when his father arrived and did not recognize him. The injured man had two more convulsions during yesterday afternoon and physicians have given up hope of his recovery. Captain Marburg, who is a son of Theodore Marburg, Sr., for mer United States minister to Belgium, is well and favorably known in Nogales. He was an aviator in France during the world war, and lost a leg during an engagement with German aviators. He first came West about eight years ago, when, with two sons of the late Presi dent Roosevelt, he entered the Evans School near Mesa, Ari zona. After the world war he engaged in ranching in Sonora, Mexico, being associated with W. Beckford Kibbey, of the Alamo Rancho, near Madalena. "Later Captain Marburg died at 7 o'clock yesterday morning, after a week's brave fight for life. When the end came, Capt. Marburg's father, Hon. Theodore Marburg, Sr., and his aunt, Miss Amelia Marburg, who had hur ried to his bedside from Balti more, were with him. His bride of a month, arrived yesterday from Baltimore, too late to see her bjeave husband alive. Today the body will be shipped to Bal timore fdV burial, being accom panied by the bereaved family and Mr. W. Beckford Kibbey, the dead man's business partner. NOTICE or BOND SALE. Public notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Mayor and Board of Al dermen of the City of Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizaaa, at its office in the city hall in the City of Nogales, up to the hour of 7:30 o'clock p. m. on the 18th day of March, 1922, for the pur chase of Thirty Thousand Dol lars ($30,000.00) bonds of the City of Nogales described as fol lows: Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30, 000 00) City Hall and Fire De partment bonds. All of said bonds being those bonds heretofore authorized by an election held on the fifteenth day of January, 1920, and fur ther described by resolution and order that the mayor and board of aldermen of the city of Noga les passed and adopted on the second day of February, 1920, the said bonds being of the de nomination of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), each bearing date of February 15,-1920, bear ing interest at the rate of five and one-half per centum (54) per annum, payable semi annual lyat the office of the.Continental and Commercial National Bank in the city of Chicago, Illinois, the said bonds becoming due and payable as follows: The $30,000 00 City Hall and Fire Department bonds mature serially at the rate of $1,000 00 on February 15 in each of the years 1921 to 1950, inclusive. The successful bidder will be furnished without charge with the opinion of Messrs. Wood and Oakley, bond attorneys of Chi cago, approving the validity of these bonds. The bonds are ready for immediate delivery, and all bids for the 'purchase thereof must be 'without condi tion as to the legality of the bonds. All bids must be inclos ed in a sealed envelope and ad dressed to the under signed city clerk and be accompanied by a certified check payable to the city of Nogales in a sum of not less than five per cent (orc) of the sum of such bid, said check to be forfeited should the pur chaser fail to take up and pay for such bonds in accordance with the terms of the purchase contract made to that end. (Signed) J. A. Harrison, Attest: Mayor. (Signed) F. E. Cole, City Clerk. First pub. Feb. 11. 5t SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona. Agustin Donnadieu, plaintiff, ye Luis Zepeda, and Josef a A. de Ze- peda, hie wife, defendants. Action brought in the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona, and the complaint filed in said county of Santa Cruzin the office of the Clerk of said su perior court. In the name of the State of Ari zona to Luis Zepeda, and Josefa A. de Zepeda, his wife, defendants, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in au 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 this eaid 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 be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the superior court of Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, this 21st day of January, 1922. Seal. ROBT. E. LEE, Clerk of the said Superior Court 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 anv 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 storing normal conditions. All Druggists.' Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., To -do, Ohio. NOTICE. NOTICF. IS IIURKBY GIVEN that the final payment for the construction of sections A and B of the Sail Rafael Hill Road, to T. B. Titus, contractor, will be paid thirty days from the date of the first publication of this notice. All parties having labor or material claims against said T. B. Titus, on the construction of the above contract, shall present them to the Santa Cruz County Highway Commission, on or btfore Monday. February 27th. 1972. By order of the Santa Cruz County Highway Commission, this oth day of January, 132. By I.il'KA Tarsons, Secretary. 2-1 1-22 41. EXCURSION RATES TO GUAYMAS Special rates to the Guaymas carnival over the lines of the Southern Pacific of Mexico rail road have been announced by T. G. Wright, assistant terminal agent. Nogales residents will be able to visit Guaymas for three days of fun and frolic beginning Sun day February 26, for the sum of $26 95 first class, Mexican money and second class, $13 50, Mex ican money. One and one half regular one way fares for the round trip will be sold from all points between Nogales and Naco and interme diate points to Guaymas. Tick ets for the Guaymas fiesta will be on sale at all stations Febru ary 23 to February 27, inclusive, final return being limited to March 3. Meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, City of Nogales, Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona, held at the City Hall in Nogales on the 6th day of February, 1922, at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. At the meeting there were present the following members: J. A. Harrison, Mayor; G. H. Fiedler, M. Middleton, T. J. Wylie. H. J. Karns, F. J. Duffy. Absent: Otto H. Herold. The following resolution and order was read and adopted: RESOLUTION AND ORDER. Whereas on the fifteenth day of January, 1920, an election held in the City of Nogales for that purpose authorized the is suing of bonds of said city in the aggregate sum of Thret? Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($325,000.00) for the purpose of improving and extending the water works system of said town, and upon said date and at said election there was also author ized the issuance of bonds in the aggregate sum of Thirty Thous and Dollars ($30,000.00) for ac quiring a combined city hall and fire department, and Whereas, all the requirements of law have been complied with in relation thereto, and, Whereas, on the second day of February, 1920, the mayor and board of aldermen, by resolution and order duly passed and adopt ed, fixed and adopted the form I of said bonds and interest cou pons, maturity of said bonds, and .otherwise fixed all the de tails pertaining thereto, and, Whereas, the said bonds to the aggregate sum of Thirty Thous and Dollars ($30,000.00) City Hall and Fire Department bonds, have not yet been sold, and, Whereas, it is the opinion of tbermayor and board of alder men that the best interests of the City of Nogales require the sale of the said bonds in the total amount of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000.00). Now, therefore, be it resolved and ordered, and it is hereby ordered, by the mayor and board of aldermen of the City of No gales, Santa Cruz county, Ari zona, as follows: Section I. That Thousand Dollars City Hall and Fire bonds shall be sold the Thirty ($30,000.00) Department in the man- ner prescribed by law by A pub lication of a notice of sale of said bonds. Section II. That the mayor and board of aldermen will re ceive bids for the purchase of said bonds in accordance with law up to the hour of 7 :30 o'clock p. m., on the 18th day of March, 1922, in the council room in the City Hall in the City of Nogales. Section III. That the mayor and clerk are hereby authorized, directed and instructed to cause a notice of sale of said bonds to be published in The Border Vidette, a weekly newspaper of general circulation published in the City of Nogales, for at least four successive weeks, the said notice to set forth an ac curate description of said bonds, the time and place for receiving bids lor the purchase thereof, and that said bids shall be ac companied by a certified check in a sum not less than five per centum (o?c) of the amount of the bid. Passed and adopted this sixth day of February, 1922. J. A. Harrison, Attest: F. Mayor Coi.rc, City Clerk. Feb. 11. ot. E. First pub. RHEUMATISM 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. F OR every make of Car, Trnck and Tractor, Also Stationary Engines. Battery eyeteac .are Fast becoming obsolete. 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