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tbtf mbtttt. NOG ALES, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. ARIZONA, JUNE 1922. No. VOLUME XXX CONQUER SAYING ARIZONA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW. 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 bodyandmind brings when you are old. Start depositing here today. THE First National Bank of Nogales, NOQALES, ARIZONA SOMA BUS I TRUST CO. 1 Noqales, Arizona CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS 25,000.0a Epes Randolph, President L. A. Martinez. Vice President Max MoiiiiER, Vice President Wm C. Wixeoar, Secretary J. M Estbuoo, Asst. Secretary C. M ignardot, Cashier A General Banking Business Transacted BOUGHT AND SOLD FOREIGN EXCHANGE GOLD A SILVER BULLION 1 AGENCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE WEST.COAST OF MEXICO QUALITY. COURTESY. 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 a place where every visitor will feel perfectly at home. THE BROADWAY STORE, INC. NOGALES, ARIZONA PEDRO TRELLES. MAGDAPLEN0A -BXN MEX I OFICINA DE INUFMK- MAUUAl.KNA EN- I R0S DE Ml tin A LEV 4. BINBERtNtt OFFICE. SURf ACi- aiMd UNDERGROUND MINE SURVEYING. (.Tune 5, 1022) Parker San Francisco firm tiles application for local power development. Glendale Pacific Creamery Co. to re open plant. San Simon Experimental ar tesian well to be sunk in valley. Phoenix State engineer re ports twenty eight maintenance crews working on highways. Dos Cabezas Central mines opening good ore in Mascot and Elma divisions. Phoenix 1,000,CCO head of cattle reported feeding on slate ranges. Globe Old Dominion Co. has two blast furnaces in operation. Bisbee Business conditions throughout country picking up. Hewitt 100 men established at Ryan camp for construction of Magna railroad. Phoenix Opening of famous Sunkist trail to shorten distance to Needles from 532 to 417 miles. Globe Miami district second largest copper field in United States. Naco 1200 head of cattle val ued at 30,000 from Sonora enter state. A jo New Cornelia output last month approximately 1,700,000 pounds. Oatman Oatman Placer Syn dicate secures 2400 acres for ex tensive operations. Jerome district getting back to old time activity. Oatman United Western is pushing development with two drills. Tombstone Trail from Scotia Canyon to top of the Huachuca mountains being built. Tucson Reconstruction and widening of the Tucson Florence highway to start at once. Mesa Valley Water Users' Association predicts early con struction of $6,000,000 Mormon Flat dam. Bisbee Calumet & Arizona to build S"),000 swimming pool. Mayer United Arizona to in stall heavier machinery, elec trify property and develop on large scale. Bowie lets $15,000 contract for 8-room school building. Yuma Construction of pro posed arcade on Main street is started. Flagstaff 25,000 contract awarded to pave Old Trails high way unit. Phoenix Copper conditions optimistic, entire surplus ex hausted. Globe Forest service sets aside Pinal Top for recreation grounds. Jercme United Verde to re sume on larger scale than in tended, 2,000 men to be employ ed. Tombstone Bisbee Lumber Co. to open up to date lumber yard. Ray Ray Hercules making plans to resume operations. Phoenix resumes building ope rations on large scale after two year suspension. Hayden Smelter of American and refining Co. blown in. Willcox 800 level of Central Copper unwatered, development at depth to start. Tucson -Peoples Finance and Thrift Co. to open local bank. Superior Twohy Bros, es tablishes three camps for con struction of Magna railroad. Nogales Rotary Club plan ning construction of a public swimming pool. Yuma Twenty two parcels of land sold at public auction. Tombstone Contract awarded for 5 mile paving project through city. Aztec Aztec Oil Co.'s test well to be completed by Kansas men. Holbrook The First National Bank formally opened to public. Bisbee Phelps Dodge strikes water ilowing 1,000 gallons per minute. Phoenix General state live stock condition shows marked improvement over last year. Calabasas Plans completed for construction work on Ruby Calabasas road. Yuma Col. C. F. Fly plants first orange tree on Yuma Mesa. SIO.UOU KfcWAKU. There is not a person residing in Nogales or Patagonia win floes not feel that Deputy Sherifl Lou Qiinn and Pat Pattersot .ire entitled to a reward of $10, 000 from the government for capturing the two Patagonia postoffice robbers Sunday. The government pays as high as So, 000 for the arrest of a per son who robs the United States mails, and that the lull amount of $10,000 should be paid Quint, and Patterson for capturing the two men at Patagonia, Sunday, is the concensus of opinion o: everybody who has learned ol the fast woik of Quinn and Pat terson, who made the arrests within eleven hours after Post master Riggs first discovered early Sunday morning that the posteffice had been burglarized. Had it not been for the clever detective work of Quinn and Patterson, those two robbers would probably still be at large with a doubt that they would ever be apprehended. Paying of this reward, and paying it promptly, will be an inducement to other officers of the southwest hitting the trail immediately after a robbery is reported, and lessening the chances of wrongdoers making their escape. Nogales Herald. 'DEAR OLD COCHISE. Phoenix, June 2. Five thous and and four more democrats than republicans have register ed in Arizona during the past month, it was shown by figures made public today by Secretary of State Ernest R. Hall. The figures are based on receipts from all counties in the state ex cept Coconino and Graham. During the week ending May 27, a total of 3022 democrats and 2404 republicans were register ed. The first four weeks give the democrats a total registra tion of 10 318 and republicans 5334. Other registrants include 278 non-partisan, 94 independents, 92 socialists, 7 prohibitionists, one progressive and one bull mooser. Cochise county is leading all others with a registration of 3167 democrats and 1714 republicans. Pima has 446 democrats and 321 republicans. E. F. BobliDger started assess metafc work with a force of men Monday at the 3-R mine for the Magma Copper Co. It is under stood that if high grade ore is opened up during the develop ment work that the company will continue work on the property. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. The Board of Supervisors of Santa Cruz Counly. Arizona. Office of tbe Board of Supervisors, Santa "ruz I County. Noga'es, At izona. May tot, 1022. The Board of Supervisor met at 10:00 o'clock a. m., pursuant to aeij-iurnuacnt of April lib., 1988. Present: Chairman Finley , MiuLitm Ash burn and Noon and Clerk. Mrs. O J. Rothrock appeared again before the board with reference to damages done to her laud by reason of a cor.uy road, and wuh advised that the board would givi Ler a de cision later in the day, and was asked to appear again at that time. .Mr. J. F. Johnson appeared before the board registering a complaint about the abuse of the cars rented to the county, Claims that tires and tu'jes have bet 11 an-necessarily ruined, and asked for some adjustment, lie was told that the board would take the matter under advise ment and advise bin at a later dat '. Petitions for county roads, together with affi davit of proper posting of notices, were now presented to the board as follows: "Beginning at the S. W. corner of Section I, Tp. j:; 8., H. 1" K-, thence north mile, thence cast to join the Canille-Huacbuca Road." I'pon motion duly made and carried, the pe tition was accepted, and County Engineer J-W-Larimore, C. L. Nortbcraft and A. H. Glide well were appointed viewer's on the above road and "Heginning at the top of the hill east of Bud Baldwin's place anil running S. W. with the meanders of the ridge so as to connect with H. ( i. Stephenson's 8- E. corner, thence west be tween H. G. Stephenson's and I' red Krager's and Nick Kartell's rauches ami connecting with the present county road at tie- s. K. corner of li. N. Keatou's ranch.'' Upon motion duly made and carried, the pe tition was accepted, and -J. W. Larimore. coun ty engineer, t'. L. Nortbcraft and A. H. 'Glide -well, were appointed riewera on thenboee rupH V ifcWer s i cool t ou Lu lUUlb .oil AHsi.iou Koad was pie-ented to the hoard and read, al lowing no damsgeH to anyone, and upon motion duly made and carried, the road was duly de clared acnui ty road, arid l he engineer instruct ed to map i he name, and map and lield notes ordered recorded in the office of the county re corder mm required 'y law. Viewer's report of the Larimore Koad at So. noils,, was present ,-d. read and found to be un favorab'e to tbe petition. They stated that if tl e ri. ht-of way, 00 f-i.tin width were gieen the county, tl.cy wonld ifcport favorably. The l 'lerk was instructed to notify the petitioners, and tbe pi tition filed for further reference. Mr. C C. Chapman appeared before the board with refeience to cattle guards on county road claiming same were prevontibg his catt'e fro.n going to and from water, and the board, after dee consideration, decided So make an investi gation and decided upon the following day for ame. The minutes of the meetings of April 3rd and lib, were read and approved. The following names appear it g on the pay rolls for April Int. to 15th and from the 10t-. to the 30th.. Inclusive, were presented to the board, appioved, and ordered paid out of lite Salary Fund: W A. O'Connor, judge Superior court $ 135 CO Kol.t. E. Lee. clerk superior court 17 SO Francis K- Duff, deputy clerk superior court Uobt. K. Ijee. court repot t -r A. H DeHierner, eoonfy attorney Margaret 1. Wot and, county attor ney's ethnographer Lucille Walker, county treasurer Ralph (ireason, deputy county treas urer Victor J. Wager, county assessor Ann. Ii. Ackley .deputy county assessor Malcolm Middleton. county recorder H. H Sherman, deputy county recorder Jas. L Finley, chairman board of su pervisors O. F. Ashburn, member board of ml. p-rvisora 8. P. INoon. member board of super visors Laura Parsons, clerk board of super visors Geo. J. White, sheriff John B'wmsn. endrsheriff ('has. F. Jones, jailor A.J.Abbott jailor W. G. Simouton. jailor Lon 0 lino, deputy sheriff Phil J. Clarke, deputy ranger M. jjarstellcr, J. P Prct. No. 1 Chas. 1. Lopez, court interpreter J. H. Johnson, constable Prct. No. 1 W. F. Chenoweth, county physician and superintendent health H. B. Shreve, janitor Wm. Lowe, J. Prct. No. 8 Hayden Pendergrass, J. P. Prct. No. 4 Richard Farrell, J. P. Prct. No. 5 W. M. Heady, J. P. Prct. No. 7 John Maloney, J. P. PMC: No. '.' It. L. Schock. J. P. Prct No. 10 Kinssley. A. L., J . P. Prct. No. 12 Josiah Bond, .1. P. P.ct. No. 18 P. A. Ilonnae. J. P. Prct. No. 14 Kaymoud Burruel, constable Prct. No. 3 A C. Dalton, constable Prct. No. 10 Jesse F. Little, constab'e Prct. No 14 ('has. L. Everhart .constable Fret. No. 1 Mrs. Geo. W. Parker, probation officer Mrs H. B. Land, deputy clerk board of supervisors The following claims were presented to the Board, allowed, and ordered paid out of their various funds: County Treasurer, postage $ Laura Parsons, expouso, indigent out door relief and work in court house yard County Treasurer .cancelled road orders J. W. Larimore, ea'.ary and expense, county engineer Walker Transfer Co., storage and dray age on county road equipment O- B. Wilson, viewing county roads J. S. Gatlin, viewing coonty roads Good Road Mch. Co., county road equipment Evans Mercantile Co., supplies for county roads W. 11 Collie, -vork on c.-nnty roads O. JT. Rotbrcck. damages done to pro perty by county road Evans Mercantile Co .storage on coun ty road equipment County Treasurer, cancelled jurors' certificates Manufat turing Stationers Inc., snp- plics for court house. demanded (338.. 00, allowed Crane & Co . supplies for court bouse li.G. Moigan Pig. Co., ruuplies for court house V of A. A. E. S.. pa'ary agricultural agent V. J . Wager, traveling expense Co. assissor Otto Mayer, repairs to plumbing L. H. Burgee, transcript in lin'y mur del case WyHe Transfer Co., coal for court bouse Mt. Eta Tel. .V Tel. Co.. tolls and rental Nogales Water Department, water supply for court house. Western I'niou Tel. Ce.. telegrams for county officials, Arizona Ga A Electric Co., gas for court house, II. Pendergrass, Just ice Peace Prct. No. 1, office rent, Frank Jolly, court bailitT, L. A. Smith, court bailiff. L. A. Smith, court bai lilt'. Frank .folly, court baiiitt. John Bowman, advaucu contingent fund for May. Lou C. Quinn, traveling expanses transpot 1 tug prisoners to Nogales J. F. Jobnstm. car hire fer sheriff's office Charlie Linn, feeding County prisoners E P. A. Lerrieu, lun-.-hes for sheriff's force in Ruby murder e-ase Escalada Bros. . supplies for sheriff's office Ge-o. B. Marsh, Inc.. supplies for she-riff's office Margarita Etias, hospital care of in digents Agnes IT re neb., nurse in indigent flu cases Associated Chantie lndf(TC"f orttdi 112 50 tM 00 10a 83 112 30 1S7 50 112 W) Jf.7 50 112 SO 1S7 50 112 SO 108 S3 n 66 61 CO 15 0 00 200 CO U0 00 128 CO 125 00 125 00 ICS 00 M 00 SO 00 l-.s oo ioo oo 170 18 125 CO io oo 25 0 10 0 .5 00 5 00 S 00 5 00 5 00 o 00 10 00 5 00 5j)o . 5 00 25 00 12 50 00 102 121 50 5 00 U ftO 0 60 23 80 2--' 50 ' ti 00 ft oo 71T, 00 27 SO ".0 28 42 50 1 25 00 :;n oo ID 50 10 O0 11 30 i; .-;i 1 30 10 oo 41 00 fo 00 I 00 x IX) I'.ll 10 in 00 tiseanda tinWn iniigeur, i i m- Fef iji 00 j Arizona CSildrens nome Ass'n , care of indigent ejrphaii children OS 00 : Geo. it. Watt, indigent outdoor relief 40 on Mrs. Koaaria Omn, lnd genr outdoe.r j relief U 00 W F. Chenoweth, expense visiting In digent sick 5 u0 l.aura Paison. reward for appn hn sion of Eze-quiel I.sra and accom pli Je coc CO I'pon motion dnly made and carried. Board recessed until 1:30 p. m. Board met at 1.30 p. m. .VI members and rjo-k being present. Mrs. O. J. Rothrock appeared before the Board with further reference to brr claim for damages . and after due consideration, it waa moved. seconded and carried, that she be allow ed the sum of 4eo 00 which was accepted by her. as agreeable Mr. Archie Connor, appearing before the Bo.ird for Mr. Eiogan. who was too ill to meet with the Board as per his agreement, took up the matter of the Baca Float back fax unit. A general discussion followed, and Mr. Connors suggestetl a compromise an follows: That the assessment of 1913 and 1H14 be reassessed, and that the penalties for those years be cancelled. They arc willing to pay l'Jl5 and IKlii in full. After Mr. Connors had stated his side, 'the Board totik the mat t-r nnder consideration and finally decided that they would consider a com promise of c'lCO.COO.OiJ. which Mr. Connors said he Would take up with Mr. Kingan and advise us at the next meeting. The Beard reported approval on tho deposi tory bond of the First National Bank with the O. S. F. G. for $50,0OO.0 L'pon moticn duly made seconded anel car ried, the motion made by the Board under date April l'h, reducing the salaries of the various Clerks, was reciuded, snd made effecting as of April 15th. lh Board now took up the question ef addi tional council for tbe assistance of the County Attorney in the prosecution of tl.e Pearson mnrderes, and asked Mr. Leslie nardy if he would consider rendering his services gratis to tbe county, which Mr. Hardy readily agreed to do. The following reports were presented to Board, read and ordered filed: Report of the County Treasurer for tfaa month of April, 1922. Report of the Cist h of Superior Court for the month of April, lf'22. Report of the County Recorder for the month of April. 1012. Report of the County Assessor for tho mouth of April, 1022. Report of the Sheriff for the month of April, 1922. Report of the County Physician and Sunt, ot Health for the month of April, 1922. Report of tho County Engineer for the month of March, 1022. Reports of the Justioes of the Peace for pre cincts I, 4, 5 and 7. for tho month of April, 1P2L'. Report of the State Examiner, for the year tiding February 25th, '1922. Communication from the Corporation lorn, mission with reference to suit filed against No gales E. Ii. I. A P. Co. by the Arizona Gas Co.. was presented to tho Board, read and ordered filed. Communication from the State Fair Com missioner with referonce to the appointment of a County Fair Commissioner was presented to tbe Board, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, Mr. J. B. Bristol was appointed to act as County Fair Commissioner for the purpose of securing an exhibit for tbe State Fair to be held in Phoenix in October. Petition from Mr. B. L. Mason asking for tbe appointment of Justice of tbe Peace of So port precinct, and signed by the required number of eVctors, was presenttjd to the Board, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the appointment was made and bond fixed in the sum of Sl.OOO.f.O. An application for Indigent relief from Mrs. Juana Duarto of Patagonia, was presented to the Board, and after due consideration, she was allowed the sum of $15.oo per month. A communication from tbe Tucson Chamber of Commerce was presented to th-? Board, ask ing them to adopt a simitar resolution, which, after due consideration was adopted as followr: WHERE S. the Southern Arizona Inter-State Highway entering the State at Rodeo, New Mex'co, th nee to Douglas, Bisbee, Tombstone, Benson, Tucson, Florenc Mesa, Phoenix. Yurna. is a primary importance to the State of Arizona, and to the Oovenrnent of the United States, and WHEREAS, this highway traversing six of the fourte u counties of this State in which are located over 61 per cent of the ntire population of ll.c Stat . paying bsxes on assessed valuation of 54 l C - ci nt of the total taxable wealth of the State, anil WHEREAS, t ,is highway system connects the important Agricultcral, Mining, Commer cial and Educational cr.mmunitics of the State, and WHEREAS, this highway is nearly complete, having more miles of constructed road than any oMier state- route, and WHEREAS, the United Mats government has called Ql on the Arizona state Highway Department to elesianate the 7 rcr cent State Highway Svvtem for Fi-deral Aid. now, there fore BE IT RESOLVED that Santa I tut County, thru its Beard of Supervisors, join with the Boards of Supervisors and commercial bodies of Cochise, Pinal, Pima, Maricopa and Yuma counties in requesting the Governor and the State Highway Department of Arizona, to de signate the above mentioned nigbwaj as a Pri mary Inter-State Route. I'pon motit n duly made, seconeieel and car ried, tbe Clerk was I net rusted to ai thorize tbe Treasurer to t ransfer the sum of from the Count General Fund to the Couuty Salary Fund, and th. furthee si.n: of - from the County General Fund to the County Expense Fund. Discu-ision was now bad with n foresee to clerical work in the Court House, and Chair man Finley propoae I a plan to consolidate tbe clerical work of various otlicos in the Court House-, thereby rciiuc-ug i be number of clerks now ueci'Swary. the matter bung tkm under advisemeu.t. There leing no fuTtbciT business, the Hoard re eeeaed until Saturday, toe l:tth., at -' o'Hoelc P. M. MfllOVICP. ) s. I.. 1 I N LEY , Mllt'll I'UAIBMAN. I.ACRA PAl'.i-ONS. i'uuk. "d on s nd i sc.