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NOGAL.ES, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, AFRIL 12, 1022. No. 11 Su'.e Librsuy Siatt Fhoie p wiatttt. -t CGNQl 1 i v SAVINC r Overcome the shift lessness of listlessness and save and have. Gain a name and tame through conquest of yourself. Lay aside a little money and re ceive the reward that peaceof body and mind brings when you are old. Start depositing here today. PATAGONIA. lnterestrt News Itrrns Clippprl From The PataROnian. Mrs. .1. i. Eiounfcree returned from Eos Angeles Wednesday, where she bad none for treat raent by a chiropractor. .1. D. rrriK First National Bank si NOQALES, ARIZONA tales. mm mi s trust co. Ncgal.es. Arioi-ja met her at tlie train in N'oyales 1 and they immediately left for their ranch in the San Rafael j ' valley. This week Chester Urodineof! the Patagonia ice and I lit Plant, -which does a general freighting business, went to No j gales and hauled a piano to the : ' Commercial Hotel for Mrs. B. D. Parley, which was placed in ) i the hotel parlor. j E. P. BoblingeV returned from1 Guaymas this weelc and left I Tuesday morning for the Amer ' if an Peak mine, which he is de i ; veloping. Col. R it Richard ; son came with him as far as , Xoijales where he remained to : : take medical treatment from Dr. i W. P. Chenoweth for stomach 1 trouble caused by ptomaine pois loning, it is reported. There will be a. dance Satur day, the -2nd, at the Gardner theater, for the benefit of the ! local baseball clnb. Everybody j is invited to be present and en joy the evening's amusement! and swell the treasury of the local organization, which needs' money for uniforms and other essentials of the game. Good i, music will be procured i rom j Nogales. The local Bridge Club was entertained at the Commercial Hotel at its regular Saturday night meeting by Mrs. E. I). Farley. The following were pre sent: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. Woody Gatiin. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Farrier. Mrs. Craig Pottinger, Mrs. E. 1). Farley, Miss Edna Henley, R. Ritchie, Mr. Donaldson and A. D. Sydenham. At a meeting, Tuesdav AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. A crowded house greeted the singers at the Methodist church Sunday night. The Oratorio. "The Daughter of Jairns," by Sir John Stainer, under the direction of Mr. G. W. Forman was exceptionally well rendered thruout, there being perfect, har mony and. continuety of pbras ing leading up to the final climax from the beginning number to the last hallelujah chorus. The accompanist Miss N'ell Wilson was supported by the orchestra composed of Miss Gwendorilyn Noon, violin, and Mr. Claude Frazier, Mr. B. R. Purdum, sax i phones. ARIZONA WEEKLY REVIEW. INDUSTRIAL ARE YOU AN AMERICAN? , i t- taai Are you proud of our country ? (April It, . Are you proud of American Yuma Entire carload of grape achievements? Listen, cuttings imported for the valley There is no greater national farmers. ; institution than the American Tucson 10,000 acre valley j railway system, run by railroad wneai acreage to nave big crop. Miami -Old Dominion smelter to start operations around May first. Tucson Machinery tons daily installed at Sun p roject 85.000 no i n ( The first number a female and male sponding to otbei strains. Following con sis tod of choruses re in varied this was a recitative by Miss Marta Nesbit, soprano, and Mr. Paul us, basso, setting forth the announcement of the sickness of the daughter and a plea lor her res' oration. Mr. Forman followed with a even- teno,r solo of considerable lenght setting forth hope in. ."The Everlasting, Oar Savior." The next number, "Sweet Tender Flower," by the Women's Chorous.was introduced by Miss Euciila Plokerton, soprano, en titled. '"The Wailing." Follow ing til is Mrs. Wilson soprano, sang a plaintive minor solo in troducing the Male Chorus of il Doubt." After this, Mrs. L. fludgin, soprano, prepared the way for the Chorus, "Awake, Thou That S lee pest" by a be autiful high solo. The climax was reached in the duet "Love Divine. " soprano and tenor, rendered by Mrs. Hud gin and Air. Forman, which received special commendation by the large audience tor its j rfchness of tonee. beautiful bar l mony and the close blending of j their voices. The closing uum j ber was the Hallelujah Chorus j jand Aniens given by the entire -chcir in full voice, each part carrying us own meloav incoun shine mine. Phoenix Irrigation under way to reclaim acres. Jerome Verde Central reports rich strike. Kingman Gold values at the (Catherine mine increase with depth. New machinery install ed at Treasure Yauit mine. Oatman -Blank Range Mining Co. to install diamond drills at 8 claims. Douglas C inanea Copper Co. will be ready to resume opera tions .June 1st. Tombstone- Gold Camp prop erties in Dragoon mountains to be thorough I v developed. Phoenix ,000 acres pub!:c kinds in Coconino, Apache and Navajo counties sold at public auction. Chandler Yegetab'e output from 10 acre tract, last year valu ed at 92,000. St. Johns Plans for the new ;.ico statp highway to New M line to be submitted. Yuma Construction of road from top of Mesa to valley under way. Phoenix 1500 acres of county state lands to be auctioned. Casa Grande- -Campaign plan ned for organization of grape growers. Nogales baseball park getting Lew audition witn seating capa- men. The West has been built by the transcontinental railroads. A little over a hundred vnira treating ' ag0 an tue country west of the Mississippi river belonged to France, Spain and No Man. Even in 18"iO there were loss ' han 100.000 people in this terri tory. Today there are 10,000, 0 0. Shacks have become skys crapers. The desert has been made to bloom. Western indus tries serve the world. It was Lincoln who urged the construction of transcontinental railways. Ho insisted that the government help to build "not only as ajnilitary necessity" j as General Dodge had said j "but as a moans of holding tho ! Pacific Coast to the Union." From this ideal of a United I Republic came tho name of tho Cnion Pac fie. Since the completion of the road, ."i.'i years ago, the West has ' won prosperity. The states have : won solidity. The railroads have won the public's gratitude. Today the nationalised trans continental railroads unite the List and West boulevards of steel for passengers aud freight. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS 25,000.011 Kvks Randolph, President Ij. a. Martinez. Vice President Max XIdllKR, Vice President Wa C. Wincuak, Secretary J. M EsTROGO, Asst. Secretary C. Miuxardot, Cashier ing, of locai baseball enthusiasts j ter point and contrary motion A General Banking Bus Transacted FOREIGN EXCHANGE COLO . SILVER BULLION BOUGHT AND AGENCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES WEST. COAST OF MEXICO QUALITY. 2 1 Courtesy sold IN THE 1 SERV.CE. gjj - I officers were elected and plans made for raiding funds to defray the club's expenses. Mr. Van Zant of tho First State Bank w;ts elected secretary treasurer, and R. C. Blabon was made can 1 : .: & ' t; S ' .--rr;- sx The Spirit of Friendship. L. 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 resplt Of erli cient service and courteous treatment, and so on . Naturally this friendshiply feeling on the part of onr patrons is reciprocated on out-part. And this spirit of mutual friendship Ls an impetus for greater service and an incentive to ever-increasing endeavor to make this store a place where every visitor will feel perfectly at home. 'I'll E HI tain and manager. Liou was appointed official neaeemak er and general custodian of the peace, and he declares that there j will be peace '"if he has to fight! for it" at future games. W. EL and Stone Collie, who have a contract for part of the j Nogales Dnquesne road, begin ning at the river bridge, spent several -days at their Elgiu j home. While on their way to j Patagonia their car broke down and they were taken in tow by j Henry Wood three miles from town, and the car was taken to! the East Side Carage for re j pairs. They have finished about! three miles of the rive and a half miles luciuoea in their contract. producing a fitting climax for all which had gone before. - Mr. Foniiai! and his choir de serve much credit for giving the music lovers of Nogales such a treat, and it is honed this w 1 1 i Quinn ! not be the last presentation of such high class music. Democrat. WHY ARE MEN IDLE? AS TO THE VOLSTEAD LAW. m BROADWAY STORE, INC. 1 NOGALES, ARIZONA PEDRO TRHLLES. MAGDA;ENCA B,XN A- MEX I H f.VA IK IVfiKVIK- M AlillA l.KN A K- I K S DE HAUOALKN4. HINEERINtt OFFICE. . ;irr. n (M o liMnFBGROUNr) VII N E SURVEVINf, Those engaged in the hazar dons occupation of dealing in intoxicating liciuois, aud who think that the prosecution of all iolations of the. Volstead act has been turned over to the i county court, will be interested Jin the following explanation ol fl,n lam j,.',. , ! i . ...... . . ft 1 . i Ditt ia,v. .ci.y Loafn buab i income j can be successfully prosecuted j perfect! : HDuer luesiuic laws are orougDC ; into the superior court, and Judge Sawtelie's statement that I the tfcimy courts had concur rent jurisdiction with thr- United : States court?, uudoubtecily re ; ferred to selling and manufac , turing, and not to the posses i sion. transportation, and posses ; sion of property de.-igned for the manufacture of intoxicating ; liquor, which must be prosecut j ed under the United States sta j tute. The espionage act, under j which authority for search war i rants are given, says: "No ; search warrant .shall issue to ' search any private dwelling oc ' cupied as such unless it is being j used for unlawful sale of intoxi I eating liquor, or unless it is in i part used for some business pur ! pose such as store, shop, saloou, restaurant,, hotel or boarding ' house.' Silver Reit. Vou know what "tax exempt" securities are'.' They are state and municipal bonds issued to the tune of tens of thousands of millions. They pay the investor as high as six per cent interest and more, and the owner pays not a cent of income tax on these investments. Naturally men prefer those exempt bonds, paying no income tax of other tax, bearing no risk, to any investment in industry. No wonder an expert tells you, "more money is invested in tax exempt securities than in the nation'.-? business. "' This explains why so many factories are closed, so many men out of work in America. Why should a man risk his cap ital hiring men in industry, to make 10 or 15 per cent profit, and give half -or three quarters of it back to the gov ernment in tax, when he can buy i periecu.v saie oonus. a raw uis . or 6 per cent until the. tax storm blows over, and pay the govern ment not one cent? "Local leasers to 300 to 600 tons ore PHOENIX TO MEXICO CITY. Phoenix, April. Present pros pects favor a direct railway line from Phoenix to Mexico City, according co H. B. Titcomb, pre sident of the Arizona Eastern and Southern Pac. tic uu Mexico railroads, who arrived in the city yesterday to attend the Jn dustiial Congress conference. When this connecting link is completed Ptioeutx will bo brought more than .""iPO miles closer to Mexico City by railroad and will be offered the facilities of through Pullman cars without change, declared Mr. Titcomb. This stretch of railroad which will bring Phoenix into close touch with the capital of a na tion just begiauing to realise the possibilities of its undeveloped wealth is being planned from Tepie to Ta Quemada. It will connect the terminus of the pre sent Southern Pacific de Mexico line with a main line road into Mexico City. TO GRADUATE NUriSES. double lTi per lbs BLACK EAGLE BUSY. The incline Eagle mine, shaft at the Rlack under the direction j of Mike Hogan is petting into the high grade rapidly. The j shaft is down over 100 feet and ; ore taken out is being shipped ! practically as it comes from the development work, without sort ! ing. Two cars of ore from this property left on Tuesday's freight train for the smelter, i In addition to H. H. McUuteban ' and Frank Wilson, Charles K. j Mead is busy hauling ore from the Black Eagle, which promises quick returns for the lessees, McCutcban v Hogan. Patago I nin n. City of 70t) Yuma 8,000 stands of bees in county producing S5Of0C0 lbs. honey. Ajo New Cornelia's copper surplus to bo sold within ninety days. Douglas -Financing of repair ing of highway to Cacanea as sured. Miatni Superior-Miami high way to be formally opened April 29 1922 Tombstone furnish from to Douglas. Elgin Nogales Oil .Y Gas Co. purchase ligfor drilling opera tions. Yuma Colorado Delta Oil Co. resume actual drilling at Kellv well. Oatruan United Western to start diamond drill work within ten days. Phoenix Livestock and raug1 conditions throughout state re ported excellent. Ajo -Construction started on Ajo-Gila route. Phoenix Santa Fe tracking project about cent under way. Miami International ing Co. output 21,300,000 monthly. Douglas Construction of posed Cananea road to cost per mile. Morenci New concentrator plant to have 1,000 tons daily capacity. Arizona lias 14,355,846 acres forest reserve lands. S wansea S wausea lease shut down for past year, resumes operations. Ray -Kay Consolidated Cop j per Co, resumes operations April first. Oatraau Telluride putting 2 i tons :(' ore through mill daily, j Hoi brook- Ada man a Oil Co. i making preparations to resume drilling. Yuma makes shipment in hay season. Pi escott $600,000 being spent making improvements at Whip pie Barracks Florence Grape growers as sociation organizing to promote industry. liolbroak Good oil showing I Arizona was announced Friday, re nor ted at tho Aztec Syndicate 1 information reaching Tucson be- well. All graduate nurses in Arizona are asked to note that the waiv er will expire .June ',), 1922. State registration will soon be compulsory and no nurse can be registered under the provisions of said waiver whose application j is not tiled before the above Smelt- I date. The examining board will ; only hold one more mooting be j fore this time. Application forms I aud information will be furnish ed by the secretary, Mrs. Ger trude Russell, State House, Phoenix, Arizona. pro- 50( i Pacific Homestead: Our State ! taxes and most county and dis j trict taxes can be cut 20 per cent I if the people demand it and send ! the right men to the state legis- lature and to state and county i offices. It will mean a hard ! fight, because each cut in costs, whether it affects a salary, or ; some institution or commission ) will experience bitter op; o-itiou from the people affected, and I from a large class of followers. But it has got to be done, and J tho result will be of vast benefit to the state. Tucson, April. - Completion of the most effective slacker drive during the past two years in Kirkland New company or ganized to drill lor oil on Palmer ranch. Yuuia Survey of Baukhead Highway toward Imperial valley to bj made. ing totneenecc lnat nenartment of Justice Agent .lack Noouan, assisted by Sheriff Skaggs, of Greenlee county, has within the past two iays taken to military authorities at Douglas, eleven prisoners cm thi charge.