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Official P.iper of Santa Cruz County E. O. MIL'-ER, Publisher. Entered at the Post Office at No gales, Arizona, as Second Class Matter. JUNE 17, 1922. SIGNS PACT WITH BANKERS. Mexico's Debt of 3603,286,826.41 Will Be Paid. New York, June 10. A com prehensive agreement covering all phases of Mexico's external debt problem was signed tonight by the Mexican minister of fin ance, De la Huerta, and fhe in ternational committeeof bankers on Mexico. Tbe agreement cov ers not only Mexico's external debt but also relates to its rail road bonds. The agreement, which is sub ject to the approval of President Obregon, covers securities with a face value exceeding 500,000, 000 in gold on which the interest in arrears approximates 200, 000,000. Under the agreement, cash payments on current interest are to begin after January 2, 1023, out of a special fund into which will be paid the oil export taxes and a sur charge on railway gross receipts. All cash payments as to back i interest are to be waived. Over j due coupons will be deposited with a trustee, and the receipts for the coupons will be amortiz ed without interest over a period of time, this arrangement, in effect, being a cancellation of part of the back interest. The railways of Mexico are to be returned to private manage ment promptly. The govern ment will assume by endorse ment all railway debts not al ready guaranteed by it. In order to give time for full resumption of all. cash obliga tions, all classes of bond holders are to agree to a temporary sus pension of sinking funds rights, etc., during a rive year period. Today's agreement brought to a successful conclusion negotia tions begun, last October when Mr. Lamoot went to Mexico City for a series of conferences. The sessions, which ended tonight, in which bankers from England, France, Belgium, and Germany participated, began two weeks ago. ' BEST PEOPLE ON EARTH." The Elks Lodge (Best People On Earth) is to have 1,000,000 members by J uly 1st. The present membership is more than 850,000 and concerted action by lodges all over the United States is now under way. It is planned to increase the membership to the 1,000,000 mark before the annual national pnnucnt.inn in A r.ln. n t,i r. P,ifc7 npxt month. The quota of new members to be obtained by Nogales Lodge No. 1397 is 62, which the local Elks are trying to obtain by the date of the anniversary celebra tion in this city June 23, 24 and 25. The delegate from the No gales lodge last year to the an nual convention at Los Angeles was Judge W. A. O'Connor. W. D. Sloan will be the delegate to the Atlantic City convention. The Elks were known as "The Big Brothers of the , Sal vation Army" during the war, their financial assistance makig possi ble, doughnuts and coffee for the soldiers. The. Elks' slogan is "The Faults of Our Brothers Ave Write Upon the Sand, TheirVir tues Upon the Tablets of Love and Memory" An Elk is always a patriotic and loyal American. Many Elks from all parts of Arizona will be in Nogales dur ing the Elks' celebration June 23, 24 and 25. LOWN &. WOODS LOW BIDDERS. Bids were opened at a recess meeting of the city council last Monday night for the removal of Yaqui Hill and the widening of Motley avenue at that point. The bids were held in abeyance, Lown & Woods, well known sue cessful local 'contractors, were the lowest bidders, their bid be ing $10,700. The matter will again be taken up on July 10. A tie vote resulted on the petition signed by local barbers request ing an extension of closing hour--, and the request was lost. The application of Charles E. Hardy for appointment as city police jadge, was received and placed en tilt-. MULFOSD winsor HERE. Hon. Muliord Winsor, a mem ber of the Yucca Elks lodge, arrived here today noon to de ; liver the principal address to morrow evening at the annual Flag Day exercises of the Noga- ; les Elks lodge. Mr. Winsor is one of Arizona's leading orators and is well known to many No Salespeople, particularly mem bers of the Democratic party inasmuch as he was a candidate in 1920 for the Democratic no miaation for governor. M r. Win i sor was formerly state land com- , missioner of Arizona, and was south; portion of lot forty-nine former Governor Hunt's first! (49) of block sixteen (10) includ private secretary back in 1912 at; ing all north of the side line and the time that Arizona became a 'twenty-six feet south ol lot for state. He was also formerly en tv-seven ( 17) of said blnr.k in gaged in newspaper work in the state and during those days was recognized as one of the bright est newspapermen of the south west. He is now engaged in ranch ing in the Yuma valley. Herald. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY roR ARROYO PROJECT No 2. The following is a list of as sessments on which installments of principal and interest on the Arroyo Project No. 2 bonds will become delinquent on July 17, 1922: Mrs. I. Goodman, assessment No. 1, strip of land 22 feet in width along the eastern end of lot 1A in block 12 of the city of Nogales, Arizona; principal due, 153.30; interest due 40. 05; to tal, 199. 55. Mrs. &. a. uonertv, assess-; ment No. 3, a strip of land 22 ! feet in depth from the eastern i end of lot number 2. in block 12i Of the City of Nogales, Arizona;! : : i ,i i 1 1 1 i . , jiiucipiii uue, oi.o;; interest due. $21.57; total, $93 -46. Mrs. Theodora Marsh, assess ment No. 4, a strip of land 22 feet in width along the eastern end of lot No. 3 of block 12, of the city of Nogales, Arizona; principal due, 144 21; interest due, $43 26; total, $187.47. T. J. Wvlip. asspssmpn t. TCn 8 a strip of land 22 feet wide along I the eastern end of lot No. r of block 12 of the city of Nogales, Arizona; principal due, $96 39; interest due, $28 92; total, $125 31. L. W. Mix, assessment No. 16, a strip of land 15 feet wide from the eastern side of lot No. 8 of block 14 of the city of Nogales, Arimnn- nrinninal Hno 3rV fifi. ! interest' due, $108.80; total J 471 46 ' Notice Is Hereby Given tbat ' said installments become due on i T.-.1. i"7ft- . ioo-- A I uiv i i vi, -i . , ,u.u auj u i aaiu installments not paid on or be fore said date will become de linquent, and thereupon a penal ty of five per cent of tbe amount of same will be added thereto. Payments are to be made at the office of the undersigned, in No gales, Arizona. J. W. Lahimokk, Superintendent of Streets. First pub. June 17. 2t. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona. J. D. Halstead Lumber Com . - ,. i ,w. nanir ' ) nnrnnrflnnn n aint.iff ire W. S. Stanton, defendant. j " j , i, . ( . . . . , (.',Lini,i,i.,.- Under and by virtue of an ex ( ecution issued out of the Su- I perior Court oT Santa Cruz coun ' on tho 7lh day of July, 1922, at 2:30 ty, state of Arizona, in an action o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court wherein J. D. Halstead Lumber jhou8e door in Nogales, Santa Cruz Company, a corporation, was j county, State of Arizona, sell at public plaintiff, and W. S. Stanton, de-!auotiou- for current lawful money of fendant, upon a judgment ren- tbe United States of America, all the deted on the 5th day of Novem ri-ht' tille- claim and interest of said ber, 1920, in favor of said plain- ! defendants in and to the above de tiff and against said defendant, i scribed property, or as much thereof for the sum of four hundred and ! as may bo necessary to satisfy said sixty-eight and 07100 dollars ', judgment, with interest and costs, with ($468.07), current lawful money 1 accruing costs, to the highest bidder, of the United States of America, for cash. with interest and costs, I have Dated this 10th day of June, A. D., this day levied upon all the j 19-L-right, title, claim and interest of said defendant in and to the fol lowing described property, to wit: i 6 1 NOTICE OF INCREASED ASSESSMENTS At t ho . I win' meeting .f the Boartl of Equalization, the Board, with tho Information then poHtM'MFi.'u. by it, belii'vetl that the following awHNrant on Hit' following deamibd property are earli too urnali. namely: RAISED RAISED NAME Border, Kobort, Dminosi c Mny V Itd. Co., Hathaway. Jas. W. llorold. Otto f I. rold .V Tidwell, Kane, Joe. Karns. H. J. A W. E Sam I.eeker Dry I ioods Co . Goo. B. larsh. inc.. Patagonia Superior Copper Company, Frank A Joaephine Powers. Sorrells Bros., Yoas. J. S. The-owners of the above property and all that the Hoard of ualiiatlon will nie t at the office of the Boartl of Supervisors, in the t 'ourt House of Santa Cnu f 'ounty, State of Arizona, at nine o'clock a. in. on July 3rd. 1922, at which time and plaee they will tak np. consider and determine whether t he assessments above speci fied or any part thereof, shall be increased, when and where you can be present, with such witnesses as you may bring, and be giveu a keariwr. These ass. -sments will be ta- en up by the Board and considered iu the order as they appear a hove, unless lot good entire nr-t ghpwn. the time is extended in any ea-e. lAVKA PARSONS, t hrk .-, i7;;t. Hoard of I '. i nal i.:il ion. L,0t eighteen ( 1 8) of block th ree (Jl) of the town of Nogales, At j i zona, the eastern part of lot for ty-seven (47) of block sixteen 16) of the said town being six teen and one half feet wide on the south end and twenty-four feet on the north end. Lots ele ven (1 1), twelve (12) and thirteen (13), of block "B" of Mountain View of subdivision of lot five (5) of block sixteen (16), of the said town of Nogales; portion of lot forty-nine (49) of block six teen (10) being rifty feet on the east side, one hundred and nine feet on west and fifty feet on the ! said town of Nogales. Notice is hereby given that I will, on the 8th day of July, 1922, at 2:30 o'clock p. ro. of said day, at the court house door at Nogales, Santa Cruz county, ! State of Arizona, sell at oublic i auction, for current lawful money 1of the United States of America, all the right, title, claim and in terest of said defendant in and to the above described property, or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judg ment, with interest and costs, with accruing costs, to the highest bidder, for cash. Dated this 10th day of June, A. D., 1922. George J. White, By Sheriff. John Bowman, 0-l7-3t. Under Sheriff. notice of sale of real property In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz . County, State of Arizona. J. D. Halsteau I-umber Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. D. T Sctaet ter and Southern I'aciSc of Mexico, a Railroad corporation, defendants. Under acd by virtue of on execution issued out of the Superior Court of Santa Cruz county, Stato of Arizona, in an action wherein J. D. Halstead L,,uf,b.tr Company a corporation, was lJ,a,u' . era Pacific of Mexico, a Railroad cor poration, defendants, upon a judgment rendered on th& 5th day of May, 1!)'22, in favor of said plaintiff and sgainst said defendants, for tbe sum of Two Thousand Thirty Four and 93100 Dollars (82034 93),current lawful money or tne united estates or America, with iuterest and costs, I havo this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and intere8t of sa'd defendants in and to ,he oUg described property, to-wit: Lots numbered nine (9), ten (10), ele ven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), four teen (14), fifteen (15) and sixteen (16), according to tho subdivision of block 104, of the northern addition, known as the Silver Bell place, surveyed and staked by I. P. Frasier March 19, 1917, the plat of which is of record in the office of the County Rocorder of Santa ; Cruz county. State of Arizona; together ' with all appurtenances thereto belong i ing; 1 i. i Duiuuertu v J la ujock of northern addition to the town of No gales, Stte of Arizona, according to the map ol said addition made by Char- : c -I J L l 1 II 111. 11 1111 111 till 1 -1 11 11 ill! Ill I the office of the County liecorder of Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona. Notice is hereby given that r will, George J. White, By Sheriff. John Bowman. lit Undtr Sheriif. DESCRIPTION FROM TO 100 bead cattlo alde.l. .? 5,fcfi0.0ii . S.WKA) Mining claimu. rvi.oijo.rxi . igO.000.CU r, head cattle added. 2,700. I ()' House, 1.000.00 ti.00n.o0 Store fixtures, dOO.OO I.hOOOO 6 head cattle adde I, 7 (W OO 2S0u00 Terminal warehouse. fl 1.000.0(1 '-ti oOO 0U Mercliandiw. 2S 77r.uu to .000 00 Merchandise. 35.67100 10.00000 Mining claims, 1:j0,00Oik I2T, 00.00 Mining claim, 7S.O0OO3 ijvOui. on 1300 head cattle adde I. 19 900 00 78.730.00 1 ihi head cattle added, ,",.173 CO 775.00 who are interested therein ar- hereby notified Political Announcements I FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries, to be held September 12th, 1922, and respectfully so licit the support of those who will participate in that election. R. Q. Lkatherman. Nogales, Ariz , April 10, 1922. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election to be held on September 12, 1922. Harry J. Pattf.rsox, Patagonia, Ariz., April 8, 1922. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries, September 12th, 1922. Your support will be appreciated Hakou) J. Brown. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff on the Democratic ticket subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primaries to be held September 12th, 1922. Will ap preciate the consideration of the voters at this time. A. DUMBAULD, Elgin, Ariz. for srPKitvisou I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of mem ber of the Board of Supervisors, of Santa Cruz county, subject to tbe action of the Democratic primaries, September 12th, 1922. O. F. ASHBURN. Patagonia, Arizona. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Mem ber of the Board of Supervisors, of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries, September 12, 1922. J. S. Gatu.v, FOR RECORDER I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Re corder of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the De mocratic primaries, September 12th, 1922. Tracy Bird. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County School Superintendent of Santa Cruz County, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primaries September 12. 1922. The sup port of the voters will be appre ciated. County School Superintendent. Mrs. J. A. Saxon. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County School Superintendent of Santa Cruz county, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primaries, September 12, 1922. The sup port of the voters will be appre ciated. Mrs. Grace A. Farrell. FOR COUNTY TREASURER I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County Treasurer of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the De mocratic primaries, September 12, 1922. The support of the voters will be appreciated. Ma ;tde V. Francis. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re election to the office of County Treasurer of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries, September 12, 1922. The support of the voters will be appreciated. Mrs. Lucille Walker. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County Treasurer of Santa Cruz county, subject to the action of the De mocratic primaries, September 12, 194'2. ARCt'S Reodoch. NOTICE. NOTICE 1 HKRKBY GIVEN that settled bids will Ik- received by the Santa Cruz County High way Commission at the Board of Supervisors ofJiee, Thursday, June rud, w-. at 2:00 j. m.. tor the construction of Sections C-D-K. and P, at Koad No. 17- All bids must le ;ccomi;.nied by a Cashier's check in 10 per cent ot amount bid aud accom panied by a copy ot this notice. The Commission reserves the Ttj:ht to reject any and all bids. Plans ami specifications can be bad at the County Knginc er s t-rTicx. By order of County Highway Commission. 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