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Sorter VOLUME XXX NOGALES, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, JUNE 24, 1922. No. 20. CONQUER BY SAVING 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 peace of body and mind brings when you are old. Start depositing here today. THE First National Bank of Nogalos, NOGALES, ARIZONA SOHOEi BANK I tot CO. I Nogales, Arizona CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS 25,000.0U Epes Randolph, President Li. A. Mabtinez. Vice President Max M r Iji.fr, Vice President Wm C. Winegab, Secretary J. M. Estrugo, Asst. Secretary C. Mignabdot, Cashier A General Banking Business Transacted FOREIGN EXCHANGE GOLD & SILVER BULLION BOUGHT AND SOLD AGENCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE WEST.-COAST OF MEXICO QUALITY. COURTESY. SERVICE. 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 f riendshi ply 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. ti r e BROADWAY STORE, INC. NOGALES, ARIZONA II PEDRO TRELLES. MAGDAPLEN0A BS0XN3 A' MEX I IKICINA K INUKMK- I MAGDALEN A EN- . W DE W UJ OA LEVA. GIXKE1MXU OFFICE. - I kjr a i . i t iMn?RfiROUND MIME SURVEYING AMERICA FIRST DAY. EXECUTIVE OFFICE STATE OF ARIZONA. A PROCLAMATION Two very commendable move ments having as their object furtherance of American ideals deserve hearty support of our citizens. One is that of making the anniversary of our Indepen dence something more than a noise holiday, through holding Civic Court of Honor for the welcoming into citizenship of our foreign born residents who have signified their desire for adop tion by this great republic, and for the rededication of all our citizenry, whether native or foreign-born to the ideals upon which this nation was founded. The other, similar in its concep tion, would set aside the Sunday preceding the Fourth of July for the presentation and discussion in the churches of our land of the gospel of true Americanism and those fundamental truths which are essential to the larger development of the nation. Admirable as these sugges tions are, observance of them will be hollow mockery if we permit ourselves to ignore the great truths of liberty and jus tice. This nation was founded by those who sought on a new found continent shelter and ref uge from the religious hatreds, tyrannies and persecutions of the old world. They came here in order that they might wor ship as conscience dictated, un molested by the intolerance of bigots, and on the bed rock of law and order laid the corner stones of equality of opportunity and religious liberty. Into the haven thus established here flocked the oppressed of many lands, finding under the Stars and Stripes sanctuary denied them by the autocracies of Eu rope. It is just one hundred and forty-five years today since the American Flag was born, and in that period men of every faith have fought, suffered and died for the fundamental ideals for which it stands. Every fold of this symbol of our liberties is consecrated with the blood of patriots, who, regardless of per scnal religious beliefs have sa criticed their lives in order that we may live in peace, security and contentment, any may en joy the blessings of liberty un der law. In the light of history it ill behooves any group or organi zation to set itself above the law, or to assume the preroga tives of the duly elected repre sentatives of the people. Re sort to the ballot is open to all, and if there is laxity in the en forcement of the laws, the rem eday is to be found in the recall of any who have demonstrated their unfitness and not through the illegal activities of self con stituted guardians of public mor als. There is room in this country for but one government, that of the people. "Invisible Empires" meeting in secrecy to impose judgment and inflict pun ishment have no place in free America. Our government guar antees equal rights to all, and violation of this sacred preroga tive calls for prompt and vigor ous action. The American spirit of toler ance of fair dealing will riot ap prove, however, of any effort to persecute those, who, under the influence of misrepresentations, or misguided zeal, have become affiliated with any such move ment, withdrawing when its true character became apparent, nor will it condone the efforts of those narrow minded individuals who are seizing upon any oppor tunity to foment religious strife. As the anniversary of our birth as a nation approaches, let us in all humility, quicken and refresh our minds with the great truths of liberty and justice, re affirming our undying loyalty and allegiance to the sacred ideals upon which this govern ment is founded, and reconse crating our lives to its service. Now, Therefore, I Thomas E. Campbell, Governor of the State of Arizona, do hereby designate Sunday, the second day of July of the present year a.- America Know Your Telephone Man HpHK telephone people in this town are 1 jealous of the reputation of their service. You cannot do them a better turn than to report an irregularity in the telephone service. Give them prompt and intelligent information about the slightest discour tesy, the smallest fault in equipment or the least aggravating delay, and they will thank you. They have no higher material ambition than to move upward in the ranks of tele phone employes, and they know that as they give better service the road to promo tion grows easier. It pays any business man to get better acquainted with the people who help him do business. The telephone man in this town is worth knowing better. Tell him your telephone troubles, if you ever have any, and watch him get busy to correct them. And he'll thank you. We Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Go. First Day, and do request all citizens of the State to observe this day in ah appropriate man ner by displaying American flags. I would also request that this day be observed in the churches and Sunday schools with singing of patriotic hymns and the discussion of American ideals by the clergy. I do further urgently request that the Fourth day of July, la dependence Day, be marked by public exercises for the welcom ing into citizenship of foreign born residents of the State, to encourage, aid and instruct them in their responsibilities under the Stars and Stripes, and by a rededication'of each and every citizen to the fundamental ideals upon which this government is established. A SENSIBLE CANDIDATE. The visit of Charles B. Ward to the Warren district, and his speech in the Bisbee city park Friday evening were of the most cheericg events that have taken place in Democratic history here. Mr. Ward entered the district practically a stranger; he left with the. assured support and best wishes of hundreds of men and women. Probably the most pleasing feature about Mr. Ward's cam paign is the certainty that it will be as clean as it is vigorous. Mr. Ward has given his pledge in every city he has visited so far that he will refrain from any personal abuse or villification. Whether or not there are two or two dozen Democratic candi dates Jor nomination for gover nor at the primary elections, there will be no factionalism or strife in the ranks of the party this year if each candidate con ducts his campaign along the lines established by Mr. Ward. Differences of opinion along various lines have not been re sponsible for past splits in the party so much as the personal attacks that some candidates have launched. The moment one candidate abuses another, par ticularly if his opponent is of the same political faith, there is injected into the campaign a bitterness that quickly spreads to the respective supporters ol the candidates. That has hap j pened in the past. It may bap i pen again. But it cannot hap i pen, as stated before, if other aspirants for office take the same attitude toward their party op i ponents as that taken and pledg ! ed by Mr. Ward. Mr. Ward's declaration that i personalities would play no part i in his campaign will not detract interest from tbe coming prim ary election, rather will it in crease interest. The average man and woman gets no enjoy ment out of hearing one candi date abuse another. There may be a spasmodic interest aroused by personal villification, but it dies out unless all contending parties resort to the same tac tics. And then the public can not be blamed for becoming so disgusted that it cares little which is elected. As Mr. Ward pointed out, the primary election is the only place where a candidate can be no minated, and the voters hold the (only power to make nominations. It would seem, then, that Mr. Ward's determination not to do or say any thing that might cause a rift in the Democratic ranks, even though he might gain much advertising by so doing, is the attitude of a square and sensible man. And his every word Fri day evening convinced his hear ers that, strange though it might have seemed, tiere was one man who had the interests of this party at heart, who would quick ly put party welfare above per desire and who was determined to wage a clean and honest cam paign. If Mr. Ward makes as favor able impressions in other Ari zona cities as he made here, he will be nominated and elected by an overwhelming majority. Bisbee Review. Jerome United Verde plans for resumption call for 5,000,0(X" lb. reduction and payroll of 2, 000 men. Prescott Four county road contracts awarded totaling S22 1, 000. ARIZONA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW. Mesa Farm loan distributed to local farms total $200,000. (June 19, 1922) Willcox Johnson & Cook start cattle shipments, 1,000 steers leave depot. Jerome 50,000 to be spent developing Grand Island prop erty. Lowell Calumet & Arizona to construct 5,000 swimming pool. Tombstone votes 80.000 bond issue for Union high school. Mesa Work on $2,000,000 ir rigation project to start within sixty days. Clifton Approximately 3,000 steers to be shipped out July 5th and Gth. Sacaton Proposed diversion dam to represent total expendi ture of 400,000. Oatman May output from the United Eastern mill 10,000 tons establishing new record. Phoenix Campaign launched to sell entire agricultural valley output on pooling basis. Ajo Sierra Pinto mine install ing machinery valued at $75,000. Oatman Plans for develop ment of Hartman Gold property under way. Oatman Sun Dial mine in stalling additional machinery, shaft to be sunk to 400 level. Globe Globe-Payson Stage Co. to extend service to Wins low. Florence Grain growers of Florence-Kenilworth planning to pool crops. Phoenix Salt River Valley ships first car of apricots, crop estimated 25 cars. Jerome Development at Je rome it Calumet mine to be re sumed in about 3 weeks. Hereford ships out 1,000 head of cattle to Colorado. Elgin Nogales Oil & Gas Co. to spud in first well in 10 days. Kingman Garfield Fraction makes rich strike, $40,000 re ported in sight. Jerome United Verde blows in blast furnace bringing capa city to 40 per cent of normal. Phoenix 10 per cent reduc tion intrastate freight rates or dered effective July 1st. Superior Ground being clear ed for new Magna smelting plant. Miami Inspiration Consoli dated erecting 40 modern cot tages. Ajo Work od New Cornelia 5000 ton concentrator in near future. Yuma County Highway Com mission complete plans for im mediate work. Tombstone votes 80,000 bond issue for school construction. Somerton Oil well on Kelly ranch down 1,101 ft. with good showing. Oatman The Gold Dust mine ores are running between $133 to 30(5. Morenci Phelps Dodge Co. to ship approximately 1,500,000 lbs concentrates monthly. Bisbee Copper Queen blows in third blast furnace, output now 7,500,000 lbs. monthly. Globe Construction of 200, 000 Fossil Creek road to start during summer. Yuma Hundreds of acres be ing put in condition for citrus fruit planting. Bowie 50, 0(K) contract let for eight room school house. Bouse Re opening of famous Swansea mine announced. Elgin Nogales Gas & Oil Co. to spud in first well about July first. Wellton Organization of new 20,000 irrigation district under way. Tucson 59 carload mellons enter port from Mexico to date for present season. Ajo Ore running up to $25, 000 to ton uncovered 70 miles south of town. Phoenix 80,000 acres of val ley lands planted to cotton, crop prospects excellent. Tombstone -The survey of low grade silver dumps in districts under way for proposed cyanide plant. Benson Cattlemen preparing 300 head cattle shipment to Cal ifornia. Patagonia -Black Eagle mine to be developed in conjunction with Blue Nose property.