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FEBRUARY 25, 1922.
ARIZONA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW. (February 20, 1922) Winkelman Lead smelter is planned at early date for the 79 mine. Kingman 200,000 tons milling ore opened at Gold Chain mine at and above 100 feet. Oatman Rich ffold strike is mado in center of town. Kingman Nancy Lee mine is giving promise of becoming big district producer. Tucson Over 40,000 head of cattle shipped out from points east of Tucson since September last. Kingman Santa Pe to start $8,000,000 double trading pro ject employing 1,000 men. Tucson $500,000 company or ganized to develop local hot springs. Superior Extension of El Pa so and Southwestern Railway into Superior rumored. Phoenix Construction- of 32 mile tunnel in connection with Colorado River power develop ment proposed. Douglas Copper Queen and C. & A. smelters employing ap proximately 820 men. St. David Apache Powder plant has capacity of 1,000,000 pounds powder monthly. Kingman Dean tainc turning out concentrates valued at $168 & ton; capacity of plant being doubled. Superior Douglas interests considering development of Red Top group. Arizona crops for 1921 have valuation of $20,801,000. Kingman 14 ca-s machinery hauled to McCracken mine for installation. Nogales Laying of steel is started on Southern Pacific line to Calabasas. Holbrook Bank of Holbrook capitalized $200,000 tiles articles of incorporation. Chandler $3,000 contract let for Episcopal Guild Hall. Casa Grande Entire section to be planted to grapes. Holbras-k Adamana Oil Com pany preparing to resume drill ing. Kingman Dean mine opening rich ore, capacity of mill to be doubled. Wickenburg Development of Mildred mine started witk large force. t Holbrook 56,000 acre Brund age ranch sella for $150,000. Roosevelt Road to Anglers' resort to be widened and paved. Prescott Range and graze conditions in state best in many years. Mayer Mayer-Cordes section of Black Canyon highway start ed. Mesa Mesa Tribune, weekly paper, becomes daily publico, tion . Bisbee Copper Queen mines to start production March first. Holbrook Oil fields attracting attention of Denver capitalists. Yuma Yuma Wholesale Meat Co. erecting $25,000 plant. Chandler $2,000,000 bond is sue voted for Eastern Auxiliary Canal project work. Kingman Merry Widow mine to start diamond drilling. Bisbee Decided improvement in mining activities throughout district reported. Oatman Red Cloud lease on Mom Reed mine starts diamond drilling. Wilcox Construction of road to top of Chiricabuas mountains recommended. - . m. a . FAVOR EX-SERVICE MEN. MUST PAY GRAZING FEES. At the meeting of the Nogales Chamber of Commerce held on Thursday (Feb. 16) the members voted in favor of all measures submitted by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States for the benefit of the ex service men of the country. The follow ing questions received a favor able vote: Do you favor a national sys tem of reclamation to be initiat ed through adequate federal ap propriations and to be carried out for the purpose of affording ex-service men opportunity to cultivate the soil? Do you favor national legisla tion and appropriations to en able ex service men to build homes? Do'you favor national legisla tion and appropriations to en able ex service men to obtain vocational education. Do you favor national legisla tion for a general bonus, wheth er paid in cash immediately or with payment deferred through use of certificates? Tucson, Feb. Notices were mailed out yesterday to those delinquent in their grazing fees for the year 1921 to the effect that unless-the fees are paid at the local United States Forest Service office before March 1, or a proposal of settlement sub mitted by promissory . note, such delinquent permittees might be come defendants in trespass pro ceedings. Deputy Supervisor F. L. W. Grubb, who for the past few weeks has been busily engaged in examining applications for grazing, declares that in addi tion te the delinquents becoming liable to trespass proceedings, such permittees run the chances of having revoked any grazing preference held by them. Some time ago information was received by the local for estry office that the agricultural department, in view of the ad verse conditions surrounding the stock raising industry the past couple of years, would accept a proposal of settlement prior to March 1, 1922. It is necessary that the proposal be accompani ed by a promissory note due on or before June 30, 1922. This action was taken by the agricultural department for the purpose of giving financially em barrassed stockmen a chance to' retain their grazing permits. However, all stock raisers who are financially able are request ed to pay outright their indebt edness for last year's grazing permits. Mr. Grubb declares that the sum represented by the 41 de linquents is approximately $6000 CATTLE COMPANIES GET LOAN. Tucson The Arizona Land & Cattle Company and the Las Jarrilas Cattle Company wer6 favored recently with a loan jointly in the sum of $350,000 as a result of the activity of the war finance corporation. John Metz, vice-president of the Ari zona National Bank of Tucson, bandied the loan for the com panies and inspection was made by W. J. Cox of Los Angeles and P. J. Munch of Phoenix, in spectors for the war finance board. . v The holdings of the Arizona Land and Cattle Company and the Las Jarrilas Cattle Company comprise the largest and most extensively stocked ranches in Arizona, with one of the largest Hereford herds in the state. U. 8. GOVERNMENT FULL RIGGED STOCK SADDLES $9095 KxttWly lik TVTfttjr flU POSnTVEI.Y haraam witkowt equal! lie aaanrrd ihe U. S. Government de manded the aery BliST every ssddlc wj Government Hwpccted nd i i M ta Government's hwh standard. 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