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WE CARPIY Hardware, Furniture, WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT (5EO. p. NOGALES, - - hi I. r Guaymas, Sonora, Mex. Headquarters for Tourists Prom All Parts of the World Overlooks "titx ZBety Patflo Roacnna hip r- C. IT. HOLLER, CUSTOMS HOUSE AGENT PR0S1PT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE Drawer 1269 Apartado 43 iJP 5"S 5 'O HENRY LEVIN, COMMISSION AGENT Mexican Products a Specialty P. O. Box 459 CSTAGXBARBERISHOP C-eorge Jawl, Prop. Everything Neat, Glean and Sanitary. EXPERT BARBERS NOTICE OF 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, Arizona, 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 CO) 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 (5) per annum, payable semi annual ly at 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 Implements, Etc. Iqc " ARIZONA Hi J J. Q. Willoughby, Prop. Service Excellent I Nogales, Arizona Nogales, Son., Mex. 5 1vi v- 'v5- 'C v" ijs' Nogales, Arizona 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 (5 9) 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 Last Saturday R. E. Leslie, president, and E. R Cady, field superintendent of the Western Pacific Drilling Company, ac companied by Mayor James A. Harrison, vice president of the Nogales Oil and Gas Company, motored out to the Elgin Sonoita fields. The drilling company now has its crew at Bowie, Ari zona, preparing to dismantle and ship the drilling equipment to the Elgin Sonoita iield, where drilling will commence at the earliest possible date, soon after April first. Geologists believe that oil in commercial quantities will be found at a depth of about 2,000 feet. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year S2.00 Six Months I. BO Three Month I.OO IN ADVANCE MARCH 18, 1922. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Harold Cohen of the Montezuma hotel, is recovering from her recent illness. Jack Noonan, Department of Justice agent from Phoenix, i3 a visitor in Nogales on official bus iness. Otto Loeb, well known sales manager, motored down from Tucson last Wednesday on pri vate business. Yesterday Postoffice Inspector E. D. Chance, departed for Phoe nix, after a short visit here on official business. Fred. C. Emery, well known mining man, from the Aztec camp in Sonora, near Noria, is a business visitor in the city. Mrs. Alice Beal and daughter, have returned from California, and are guests of Mrs. Beal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lovell. Mrs. Louis Mayhood, from Empalme, Sonora, is a guest at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ashby on Marsh Heights. St. Patrick's ball last night at the Club Recreativo, under the auspices of the ladies of the Sacred Heart church, was a very enjoyable affair. Mrs. Gertrude Fleischer, of The Parisian, returned the fore part of the week from Douglas where she spent Sunday, with relatives and friends. Julius Kruttschnitt, Jr., of Tucson, accompanied by B. R. Hatcher, mining engineer, en route to Sonora, visited friends in Nogales last Wednesday. L. Rosenstern, successful Tuc son pioneer merchant, was a Nogales visitor last Wednesday, for the puose of giving his Nogales branch store the "once over." Friends of Rev. O. A. Smith, pastor of the Congregational church, will be pleased to learn that he has recovered from his recent illness and is able to be around again. Mrs. O. H. Weaver's many friends will be pleased to learn that she has recovered from her recent illDess. Little Betty and Billie, who have been ill, are also greatly improved. Walter Holt, well known min ing man, was a Nogales visitor this week a couple of days from his mining camp in Sonora, near Ruby, where he and his asso ciates are operating a small mill. Next Wednesday evening mem bers of the Rotary Club of No gales, of which Dr. M. A. Wuerschmidt is president, will give their first "Ladies' Night" entertainment at the Santa Cruz Club. Tonight members of the So nora Opera Company will give a concert at the Ali Baba Theatre, for the benefit of the Army Re lief Society, beginning at 8 15. The singing will be in English, Spanish and Italian. Next Monday evening at the Congregational church, the not ed missionary and educator, Dr. Browne, will deliver an inter esting instructive lecture. There will be special music. Every body cordially invited. Herbert R. Woods, well known successful young stock raiser, is recovering from an attack of flu, at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. W. Larimore, where he is be ing given every care and atten tion. Mrs. Woods is with her husband. A Brotherhood organization of St. Andrew's Episcopal church of this city was formed Tuesday evening, under the direction of John D. Alexander, and the fol lowing officers elected: Henry Wiiliams, director; Harry Sugg, vice director; Harold C. Wayte, secretary treasurer. The funeral of Emilio Alonzo, Jr., who died in this city last Monday, was held Tuesday from the Sacred Heart church, the Rev. Father Duval, officiating. Deceased was 26 years of age. Interment was in the city ceme- tery. The Marsh undertaking Company had charge of the funeral arrangements. Harry (Pat) Patterson, from Patagonia, and Howard Keener, popular editor and proprietor of the Santa Cruz Patagonian.came down from Patagonia last Mon day evening to attend the great Democratic mass meeting held at The Lyric Theatre. Both are Simon pure Democrats. Tom Fraser and John McDon ald, who have the contract for digging the new city well, at tended the Democratic meeting Monday night, as spectators. Work on the well is progressing in a satisfactory manner and the job will be completed on sched ule time. Tom and John sure understand their business. Francis Duffy, son of Judge and Mrs. Frank J. Duffy of this city, has been appointed deputy county clerk by County Clerk Robt. E. Lee. Deputy County Clerk Duffy is one of Nogales' best known young men. He is a world war veteran, and in every way qualified to fill any position of trust. Francis makes good always. In a proclamation, Governor Campbell has designated Mon day, March 20th, as American Legion Employment Day. Dr. A. L. Gustetter, commander of Ridge Igo post of the American Legion of Nogales, and State Commander Duane Bird, are taking an active interest in Em ployment Day, which will be observed in this city. Between six and eight inches of snow fell in Nogales and vi cinity last Sunday, to the joy of farmers and stockraisers. The snow was general through Ari zona, and is worth a million dol lars to the State. According to Captain L. W. Mix, the last heavy snow storm in Nogales was on March 17th, 1894, at which time ten inches of snow fell here. According to announcement made by Dr. A. Wallace, secre tary of the Santa Cruz County Medical Society, in future all American physicians and sur geons, holding license to prac tice in the state of Arizona, will be permitted to practice in the state of Sonora, Mexico. Mexi can physicians and surgeons, will also be allowed to practice in the United States. J. E. Wise, thirty three degree Nogales booster, who is one of Santa Cruz county's largest tax payers, at last Monday night's mass meeting of Nogales Dem ocrats, was named for a place on the municipal ticket, as a city alderman, by a handsome vote, and 'his election at the election May 22nd, is assured. Last Mon day night 219 Democrats cast their vote for Mr. Wise. Wednesday evening Secretary J. B. Bristol of the Nogales Chamber of Commerce, depart ed for Phoenix where he went to confer with Hon. Herbert Hoover, secretary of commerce, relative to the convention in Nogales, Sonora, April 1, 2 and 3, of the Confederated Chambers of Com merce of Mexico, and the Mexi can American excursion down the west coast of Mexico, follow ing the big convention. Last Monday night, as adver tised in The Border Vidette, Nogales Democrats held a "Humdinger" mass meeting at The Lyric Theatre, and named the following candidates for mayor and councilmen to be voted for at the city election to be held on Monday, May 22nd, 1922: For Mayor, James A. Har rison. For aldermen: Ben. J. Jones, Sam Leeker, J. C. To vrea, J. E. Wise, A. I. Schleim er, T. M. Ford, Jr. Alex. Rossi, famous Tucson restaurant man, who has become interested in the International Casino, in Nogales, Sonora, was here Wednesday for the purpose of consulting with Henry Levin, manager of the popular Inter national Casino, regarding plans for making the social club second to none on the Mexican border. Lovers of good eats, and every thing, will be pleased to learn that Alex. Ros3i is coming to the International Casino. Tuesday in Justice of the Peace Marsteller's court, Mr. Maurice Root, well known Ma zatlan, Sinaloa, Mex., merchan dise broker, was fined $200 on a charge of having illegally intro duced three bottles of liquor into the United States. Mr. Root was arrested by govern ment officials as ho boarded the Tucson auto stage Monday even ing, en route to New York, to get married. After settling with Judge Marsteller, Maurice was taken to the customs house. where he paid Uncle Sam 100 for having violated the Ameri can customs regulations in fail ing to manifest goods shipped to Mexico. In Tucsoo, last Tuesday after noon, Miss Margaret French, and William D. Martin, two popular young people of Nogales, were married. From Tucson the bap py bride and groom went to Los Angeles, where they will reside. They have the best wishes of all their friends, for a happy life as man and wife. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the Matter of the Estate of George W. Dunbar, Deceased. Notice Is Hereby Given, that in pursuance of an order of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Santa Cruz, made on the 29th day of September, 1921, and on the 16th day of March, 1922, in the matter of the estate of George W. Dunbar, deceased, the undersigned, the administra trix of said estate will sell at private sale to the highest bid der, on the 25th of March, 1922, at ten o'clock, a. m., on or after which day the sale will be made, subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, at 219A Morley avenue, Nogales, Arizona, where offers or bids will be received, the following described real property, to wit: Lot 39 of Morelos Park Sub division of Lots 9, 10 and 11 of Block 2 of North Morley avenue Addition of Nogales, Arizona; and Lot 7 of Block 1 of Amend ed Plat of North Morley avenue of Nogales, Arizona, less a strip of four and one half feet wide on the east side of said Lot 7 heretofore sold and conveyed. Terms: Cash. All offers or bids must be in writing. Jessie Dunbar, Administratrix of the Estate of George W. Dunbar, Deceased. Dated March 16, 1922. 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 Three 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 Tbous and Dollars ($30,000.00) for ac quiring a combined city hall and fare 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 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 Tbous and Dollars ($30,000.00) City Hall and Fire Department bonds, have not yet been sold, and, Whereas, it is the opinion of the mayor 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 the Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000.00) City Hall and Fire Department bonds shall be sold 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. in., 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 tbe 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 for the purchase thereof, and that said bids shall be ac companied Ity a certified check in a sum not less than five per centum (5f;) of the amount of the bid. . Passed and adopted this sixth day of February, 1922. J. A. Harrison, Attest: Mayor. F. E. Cole, City Clerk. First pub. Feb. 11. 5t. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY FOR ARROYO PROJECT NO. 2. Notice is hereby given that on or before thirty days after date, all owners of property included in the Assessment District for Arroyo Covering Project No. 2, upon which bonds were issued, must pay to me, at my office in Nogales, Arizona, the second in stallment of interest due upon such assessments, being interest due from July 1, 1921 to January 1, 1922, together with 10 of the principal due under the law, and such installments are now due and payable, and any of such instailmants of interest and principal not paid on or before that date will become delinquent, and thereupon a penalty of five per cent (5) of the amount of the same will be added thereto. The amount due, the names of the owners so far as known to me, and the description of the property assessed areas follows: Mrs. I. Goodman, assessment No. 1, a strip of land twenty-two (22) feet in width along the east ern end of lot IA in block twelve (12) of the city of Nogales, Ari zona, having a frontage on Grand avenue of fifty eight and 62100 feet (58 62), amount due forty six and 5100 ($46.05) dollars in terest, and one hundred fifty three and 50100 ($153.50) dol lars principal, total amount due one hundred ninety-nine and 55100 ($199 55) dollars. Mrs. S. A. Doherty, assess ment No. 3, a strip of land twenty-two (22) feet in depth from the eastern end of lot No. 2, in block twelve (12) of'the city of Nogales, Arizona, the said lot having a frontage of twenty-five and 39100 (25.39) feet on Grand avenue, amount due twenty-one and 57100 ($21 57) dollars, in terest and seventy one and 89100 ($71.89) dollars principal, total amount due ninety-three and 46100 ($93.46) dollars. Mrs. Theodora Marsh, assess ment No. 4, consisting of a strip of land twenty two (22) feet in width along the eastern end of lot number three (3) of block twelve (12) of the city of Noga les, Arizona, having a frontage of forty-nine and 87100 (49.87) feet along Grand avenue, amount due forty three and 26 100 ($43.26) dollars, interest and one hundred forty-four and 21 100 ($144 21) dollars principal, total amount due one hundred eighty seven and 47100 ($187.47) dol lars. T. J. Wylie, assessment No. 8, consisting of a strip of land twenty two (22) feet in width along the eastern end of lot number seven 17) of block num ber twelve (12) of the city of No gales, Arizona, having a front age of thirty four and 01 100 (34.04) feet along Grand avenue, amount due twenty eight and 92 1U0 ($28.92) dollars, interest and ninety-six and 39 1C0 ($96. 39) dollars principal, total am ount due one hundred twenty five and 31 100 ($125.31) dollars. L. W. Mix, assessment No. 16, consisting of a strip of land fifteen (15) feet in width from the eastern side of lot numbered eight (8) of block fourteen (14) of the city of Nogales, Arizona, and having a frontage of one hundred ninety nine and 40 100 (199.40) feet along Grand avenue and sixty-eight and 45 100 (68. 45) feet along Terrace avenue, amount due one hundred eight and 80100 ($108.80) dollars in terest, and three hundred sixty two and 66 1C0 ($362.66) dollars principal, total amount due four hundred seventy one and 46 100 ($471.46) dollars. All of said premises being as delineated u pon the official Brad ford map of the city of Nogales, Arizona, of recoid in the office of the County Recorder of Santa Cruz county. Arizona. Dated at Nogales, Arizona, this 27th day of January, A. D., 1922. J. W. Lauimohk, Superintendent of Streets. First pub. March 4. Jit.