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VOLUME XXX NOGAL.ES, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, JULY 8, 1922. No. 28. 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 peaceof bodyandmind brings when you are old. Start depositing here today. .THE First National Bank of Uogales, NOGALES, ARIZONA SOMA BINS I TRUST CO. Noqales, Arizona CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS 25,000.01) Kpes Randolph, President Li. A. Martinez. Vice President Max Mdllib, Vice President Wm. C. Winegar, Secretary J. M. Estrogo, Asst. Secretary C. Mionabdot, Cashier A General Banking Business Transacted BOUGHT AND SOLD FOREIGN EXCHANGE GOLD i SILVER BULLION 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 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. KICINA E INGENIE H.0S DE JIUJOALEXA. MAGDALENA. SONORA, MEX. P. O. BOX 23. MAGDALENA EN GINEERING OFFICE. ;,RFCf UNO UNDERGROUND MINE SURVEYING A RED LETTER DAY. Hundreds of Citizens at "Spudding In" of Elgin Oil' Well. More than 500 residents of Santa Cruz county attended the official "spudding in" of "Cady No. 1," the title applied to the first well of the Nogales Oil aud Gas Company, at Elgin, Sunday. By their presence, the large crowd of directors, stockholders of the company, and citizens of the county, gave evidence of the fact that they have faith in the extended and favorable reports regarding the oil bearing possi bilities of the company's hold ings, made by geologists for a period covering the past twenty five years. From daylight Sunday morn ing until the hour of the official "spudding in" at noon, the roads leading to Elgin were dotted with automobiles climbing over the mountain roads, resembling a trail of black ants, when view ed from the higher points. More than 150 automobiles, having as passengers, hundreds of citizens, interested in the de velopment of this county, were parked about the field where the official "spudding in" occurred, at the noon hour. A recention committee, com Dosed of the directors'of the oil company greeted the visitors, all of whom were requested to par ticipate in a picnic lunch, the Diece de resistance of which was delicious barbecued beef. Cmtain L. W. Mix. oresident of the Nogales Oil & Gas Com pany, sponsor of the day, open ed the program by inviting the assemblage to partake of two nice young beeves which, had been burbecued for the occasion under the able direction of M. M. Davidovich, director of the oil and gas company. The crowd responded very en thusiastically in the consump tion of the beeves, after which the assembage was called to the rig and Captain Mix introduced the speakers. Judge W. A. O' Connor welcomed the assem blage in his usual heartfelt man ner J. W. Going from the Cali fornia oil fields and a' director of the drilling company, stated in a few brief words the gener alities of the oil business. Bracey Curtis, one of the best known men in Arizona, presi dent of The First National Ban! of Nogales, and a director of the oil and gas company, commented upon the conditions of this un dertaking, thanked the people for their support and interest, and stated that a continuance of the same was bound to bring success. Oscar T. Jones of California, vice president of the drilling company, commented upon his organization, and stated his pleasure at the wonderful pro gress made to date, and express ed his gratitude to the Nogales Oil & Gas Company, and the people of Nogales and vicinity, for their co operation in this un dertaking. Dr. Li. W. Klene, an old time resident of Elgin district, com menting upon the country as it was and ?s at the present time. Mr. Neil of Elgin spoke for the dry farmers of the district and their present prospects. Captain Mix then introduced R. E. Leslie, president of the drilling company, who comment ed upon the loyal support of his own organization. He thanked the Nogales and Santa Cruz county people as a whole for the wonderful cooperation they have given him in this undertaking, and asked the people for contin ued confidence and support,af ter which he introduced the balance of his organization including E. L. Farrin, secretary of the drill ing company; W. O. Dagger, assistant to Mr. Cady; Fay Whipple, assistant to Mr. Cady; E. R. Cady, superintendent and the man to whom be looks for the success of the drilling oper ations. Captain Mix then christened the well to the chief driller, naming it "Cady No. 1," after which the machinery was start ed and the drill was put to work hammering the hole into the ground. The audiance was then passed through the base of the Its Value Is Incalculable rriiE value of Telephone Service can -- not be expressed in terms of cost to the user. Its measure runs outside and beyond dollars and cents. The hurried call for the doctor, the nurse, for aid of any nature, may cost a few cents, but the value of the call may be incalculable. It is difficult to think of any of the neces sities of present-day life that costs so little in proportion to its actual value as does Telephone Service. In every department of life business, domestic or social Telephone Service has become an indispensable factor. Telephone Service can be as effective and as adequate as the public demands only when the public and the Telephone Company are in harrnpny and united in cooperative effort. With adequate moral and financial sup port, the Telephone Company, through efficient and economical management, is enabled to render service satisfactory to the public. We Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Go. derrick where they could have a! ARIZONA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL close up view and see the more j REVIEW, intricate working of the ma chinery going after the oil. The well is being drilled on the Babacoraari Grant which consists of 33,792 acres of land upon which the Nogales Oil & Gas Company and the Western Pacific Drilling Company hold (July 23, 1922) Phoenix $2,667,000 federal aid appropriated for state road work during next three fiscal years. Oatman Sun Dial mine pre- the oil and mineral rights. The j paring to sinn to uu level. t,wr cnmnanifis also hold several! Globe Installation of stand hVioneanH acrpa nf leases snr - ard water mains ordered rounding the Babacomari Grant, their total acreage being approx imately 50,000 acres. It is the plan of the companies to imme diately drill several wells in order to test their holdings. The equipment for the first well is all on the ground includ ing 3500 feet of casing, a 90 foot Mesa Mesa mills to erect new flour warehouse. Phoenix Merging of the Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. and Valley Bank announced. Ajo Machinery worth $75,000 being installed in Sierra Pinta mine. Ray Ray Hercules mine be- Hprrif.k. and all other ea ui Dment i ing prepared for production necessary to carry on the drill- I Miami 50 cent per day in ing of an oil well under the most j crease to Inspiration and Miami modern methods, and the drill I Copper Co. 's miners reported. ine- crew in charere are men whoi Oatman Over 1UU men pros have have had long and varied experience in drilling oil wells. Mr. Cady, field superintendent pectiug for placer gold on Silver Creek. Miami Miami Copper to en- and chief driller, has spent the large activities, 1300 men now last six years of his experience employed. drilling for the Associated Oil Ajo Pinal Gold Mines starts Company and is very highly development oMO foot ore body, commended by that company. j Yuma Valley preparing to go The Western Pacific Drilling I into sugar industry on large Company, while an Arizona cor I scale. nnration. was orierinallv financed I Oatman Tom Reed practical- in California among men w ho ' ly ready to stai t construction of know the oil business, which should add confidence to the possibility here. The Nogales Oil & Gas Company was financed and is being managed by the most prominent and successful business men of Nogales and Santa Cruz county. This com bination of conservative busi sampling plant Globe Newly organized Con solidated Motor Transit Com pany brings in initial load. Tucson Cattle shipments throughout county showing de cided increase. Oatman Plans under way to back Black Range mine by Los Miami 1960 men reported now working at Inspiration mine. Fairbank -- Construction of highway to county line to bo completed about July 15th. Nogales $46,000 paving pro ject on Nogales Tucson highway .to start at once. Ajo Development work cost ing mo. 000 planned by Copper Ridge Co. Charleston Twelve men start surveying for rebuilding of E. P. & W. tracks. Jerome United Verde uses 80 boxes of dynamite in big blast on 160 level. St. David E. P. & S. W. R. R. building two story station to be called "Curtis." Roosevelt Pittsburg Tonto mine re opened for active devel opment. Morenci Stargo Mines Com pany building plant of 75 tons daily capacity. Mesa to get state armory for use of Battery E. Phoenix County Farm Bu reau organizes co operative mar keting. Kingman Orphan mine plac ed in condition for immediate operation. Mesa 2, 000,000 bonds sold to build Eastern Auxiliary canal Phoenix 8,000 bales of 1920 21 cotton crop left the valley June 1st. Dos Cabezas 125 men now working at Central Copper Co.'s property. Mesa Three camps of men rushing Apache Trail work. Phoenix Positive construc tion of union passenger depot to start Oct. 1. Florenca Plans maturing to install Roosevelt power through out valley. Tombstone Machinery and equipment for 5 mile paving con tract received. Prescott Consolidated Ari zona Smelting properties start v ork July 1. Chandler J. W. Washburn announce $140 net yield per acre for 4 acre peanut tract. Ajo Plans for $2,500,000 flo tation mill at New Cornelia mine ..I i i nf ss men and experienced oil ; ftUBB1 men, joined with the paramount ! Safford Surveying for new idea, should lead this undertak j paved highway started. ing to a success. Democrat. I Bisbee Local mining com- I panies call for 300 additional 1 miners. Jordan Valley, Ore , Express:! Oatman Gold Cliff Central "A record of useless expendi lnine being equipped with mo tures is a monument that keeps dern machinery, the memory of the petty politi j Patagonia Swimming pool at cian in the minds of the tax I Monkey Springs being enlarged payer long after friends have I and dressing rooms added, forgotten him." I Artesia Big artesian well , brought in on Allred and Jones Winkelman Good copper ore (ranch, being opened at Dickson prop ; Chandler Plans made for a erty. Antelope Ptak Mining 1 $25,000 swimming pool and Co. resumes operations. . amusement park. NOTICE OF SLE OF REAL PROPERTY In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona. The Nogales National Bank of Nogales, Arizona, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Dora Katz Lieeker, defendant. Under and by virtue of an ex ecution issued out of the Supe rior Court of Santa Cruz county. State of Arizona, in an action wherein The Nogales National Bank of Nogales, Arizona, a cor poration, was plaintiff, and Dora Katz Leeker, defendant, upon a jugdment rendered on the 15th day of April, 1922, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendant, for the sum of one thousand three hundred eighty six and 51100 dollars ($1,386. 51), current lawful money of the United States of America, with interest and costs, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant in and to the follow ing described property, to wit: The community interest, in and to all of lots numbered three (3), four (4), and five (5) in block three (3) of the north Morley avenue addition, in the town, (now city) of Nogales, Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, accord ing to the amended plat thereof, as surveyed in May, 1909, by Wallace and Summerhayes, en gineers. Notice is hereby given that I will, on the 3rd day of July, 1922, at two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court house door in the city of Nogales, Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, sell at public auction, for current law ful money of the United States of America, all the right, title, claim and interest of said de fendant in and to the above de scribed property, or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with in terest and costs, with accruing costs, to the highest bidder, for cash. Dated this 8th day of June, A. D., 1922. Geor sk J. White, By Sheriff. John Bowman, 6- 10- it Under Sheriff.