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I. r I I i i TATE CARRY Hardware, Furniture, WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT NOGALES, - Gnaymns, Sonora, Hex. Headquarters for Tourists From All Parts of the World Overlooks t,l- Bay p,(M Rsnnahlfi Service Excellent Ck IT. HOLLER, CUSTOMS HOUSE AGENT PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE Drawer 1269 Apartado 43 0 "v4 ijs -yr-i HENRY LEVIN, COMMISSION AGENT Mexican Products a Specialty P. O. Box 459 jGXBARBERXSHOP) George tod. Prop. Everything Neat, Clean and Sanitary. EXPERT BARBERS International Casino ALEX ROSSI, Mgr. Just across the line on Grand Avenue. Opposite City Plaza Nogales, Sonora. Served from 11:30 Also Service Members of the Club, the CORDIALLY Nonce or PUBLIC WORK. . Notice is hereby Riven that , the Common Council of the city of Nogales, Arizona, will receive proposals on Monday, July 10th, 1922, for furnishing and laying cast iron water pipe, hydrants and valves. Specifications may be seen and form for proposal, on which bids rn.ust be made, may be obtained upon application at the office of the city clerk or of Louis C. Kelsoy, consulting engineer. All proposals must ba accom panied by certified check for 10 .per cent of the amount of the bid, to guarantee execution of contract and the furnishing of bond if bid is accepted. AM bids must be in the hands of the city clerk by 5:00 p. m. of Implements, Etc. ARIZONA '1 J. G- Willoaghby, Prop. t Nogales, Arizona Nogales, Son., Mex. V r r v ijiiji Nogales, Arizona a. no. to 1:30 p. m. a la Carte. Friends and Visitors INVITED the date named. The council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated Nogales, Arizona, this Gth day of June, 1922. J. W. LARIMOBE , 6-10-5t. City Engineer. "COLD IN THE HEAD" is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those subject to frequent "colds" are "eneally in a "run down" condition. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a Treatment c-onsistintc of an Ointment, to he used locally, and a Tonic, which acts Quickly through the Blood on the Mu cous Surfaces, building up the System, and makine vou less liable to "colds." Sold bv druggists for over 40 Years. I. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. 3 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year S2.00 Six Months I.EO Three Months I.OO IN ADVANCE JULY 8, 1922. LOCAL NEWS. Attorney Tom Walton, of Phoe nix, has this week been a guest at The Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Boido, from Magdalena, Sonora, are enjoying several days visit at the border city. Sam Heslet. from the Sultana mines in Sonora, near Carbo, has this week been a guest at the Evas hotel. Mrs. Henry Williams has gone to Clarksdale to join her hus band, who is now employed there, by a mining company. Attorney Oscar Richey of Tuc son has been a Nogales visitor a couple of days this week, on business in theSuperior court. This week Mr. Steele Hart, from El Paso, has been a visitor in the city a guest at the home of his brother, Dr. M. A. Wuerschmidt. This week Pat Pattersbn, Da mocratic candidate for sheriff of Santa Cruz county, has been a visitor at the county seat look ing after his political fences. Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Reid of the Owl Drug Store, returned the forepart of the week from an outing in the White mountains. Mrs. Louis Pearson Woods, of Shreveport, and J. W. Currie, of New Orleans, are enjoying a visit in Nogales with their sister and brother in law, (Jilfr Alder man and Mrs. T. M. Ford, Jr. Gene Larrieu of this city, and Charles Jones, formerly of Bis bee, are now conducting The Pullman in Nogales, Sonora, which they recently purchase from John Costello, of Patago nia. Bird and John Yoas, from their ranch in the Santa Rita mountain foothills, this county, enjoyed the glorious fourth in Nogales, where they have a host of friends. Their home is near Amado. E. Weber, president of the Magma Mining Company, has this week been a visitor in the city from Superior, Arizona, be ing a guest at The Bowman. Mr. Weber is accompanied by his family. The regular weekly meeting of the Knights of Pythias lodge was held Wednesday night at the Castle Hall on Terrace ave nue. A number of candidate were initiated into the mysteries of the order. Gene Richards, U. S. customs inspector, is again back cn the job after enjoying his vacation which he spent in the Huachuca mountains where he has promis ing looking mine claims, on which he did the assessment work. George Layne and Charley Smith are now conducting the Manhattan Cafe in Nogales, So nora, and are kept busy night and day giving their friends the glad hand of welcome. Charley and George are pastmasters in the business. . Ed. Hainline, well known car penter from Patagonia, has been a county seat visitor a couple of days this week. He reported Colonel R. R. Richardson, of Patagonia greatly improved and hopes are now entertained for his recovery. Prank N. Cox, from the mines near Noria, Sonora, has been a visitor in the city a couple of days this week. Frank Cox is one of the best mine superinten dents in the country. He is now associated with Fred. C. Emery, of the Yaqui Consolidated Min ing Co. Mrs. Pattee, wife of Superior Judge Samuel Pattee of Pima county, has this week enjoyed a visit here with her husband, who is occupying Judge W. A. O' Connor's bench, during the Sil vas murder trial. Judge and Mrs. Pattee are guests at the Evans hotel. Last night the Third Quarter ly Conference of the Methodist church, was held at the church, presided over by Rev. W. J. Sims, the presiding elder, assist ed by Rev. G. W. Forman of this city. Thursday night the quarterly conference of the church was held at Patagonia. After a week's business visit down the West Coast of Mexico, Otto H. Herold, vice president of the First National Bank of Nogales, returned home last Wednesday. He found condi tions in the south country great ly improved. Teofilo Otero, one of Pima county's well known pioneer citi zens, spent several days in No gales this week with old friends and acquaintances. Mr. Otero has for many years been one of southern Arizona's successful livestock raisers, his cattle rang ing in the neighborhood of Ari vaca and Amado. The. big Fourth of July dance given by the American Legion, Tuesday night, was a glorious affair. The dance was held in the Karam Hall in Nogales, So nora, just south of the American consulate. Music was furnished by Peltier's orchestra. As hosts the American Legion boys prov ed themselves pastmasters in the art of entertaining. Hale and hearty and feeling fine and dandy, Hon. Theodore Gebler, retired hardware mer chant, and director of the First National Bank of Nogales, on July first celebrated his ninety first birthday at the Gebler place on Grand avenue, where for more than thirty years he has made his home. We join "Papa" Geblers host of friends in wish ing him many more happy birth days. Mrs. Masie Berry Moore, wife of J. C. Moore, died last Tues day afternoon at her home on Elm street, after a short illness. Deceased who was 41 years of age, besides her husband, is sur vived by a mother, sister and daughter, residing in New Mex ico. For the past two years Mrs. Moore was employed at cigar stands of local hotels, where she made many friends, all of whom will regret to learn of her sudden death. On the Fourth of July, at the Blenman Park in Tucson, the Sonora baseball nine, of No gales, Sonora, defeated the fast Southern Pacific Motive Power team by a score of 8 to 7. Three times have the boys from across the border defeated the Tucson team, which is one of the best in the state. Governor Elias of Sonora, who takes a great inter est in the Sonora nine, is justly proud of the splendid record made by "his" boys this season. Dave F. Johnson, chairman, and Member Loren Vaughn, of the Arizona Corporation -Com mission, were here Wednesday on business connected with hear ing of the matter of the applica tion of the Walnut Grove Bus Line, R. J. Taylor, for a certifi cate of convenience and neces sity to operate a bus line within the city limits of Nogales. The permit was granted and in future Mr. Taylor will operate a jitney line between Walnut Grove and Nogales, on Morley avenue. The West Coast Supply Co., Augustin Escobosa, manager, this week opened a cigar stand in the Concordia Club, just across the international line, in Sonora. Besides high class cigars, etc., the company will handle Mexican curios, post cards, etc., which will be sold by charming young lady clerks. The company of which Mr. Es cobosa is manager, also has the dining car concession on the Southern Pacific of Mexico R.R. between Nogales and Mazatlan, Sinaloa. J. T. Johnstone, one of the best electrical workers in Ari zona, who for several years has been the custodian of The First National Bank's property, has been busy this week doing the electrical work in the handsome new home on Marsh Heights, being erected for Grover Mar steller, assistant cashier of First National Bank. Mr. Johnstone did the electrical work in sev eral of the finest residences in Nogales. The system being in stalled in Mr. MarsteUer's home is first class and up to the min ute. A very pretty wedding was held at the Sacred Heart church last Thursday after-noon, when lovely Miss Gertrude Lerg. sis ter of Mrs. Edward Mix, became the bride of James Ward Fitz patrick, well known attorney at law of this city. Rev. Father Duval, pastor of the Sacred Heart church, read the mariiage ceremony, during which the "Ave Maiia" was sung by Mrs. Frank. J. Barry. Following the wedding, supper at the home ot the bride's sister, Mrs. Mix, the happy bride and groom left for a motor trip through the Grand Canyon, taking with them the best wishes of their many i friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Blakeley, of Franklin, Pa., who are visit ing at Patagonia, with Colonel R. R. Richardson, Mrs. Blake ley's brother, were week end visitors in the city. At the meeting of the city al dermen held last Monday night, Colonel Allen T. Bird, veteran retired newspaper editor of this city, was appointed police judge, by unanimous vote of the coun cil. The applications for the position, of Charles E. Hardy and Attorney J. L. Fitts, had been withdrawn, with the re commendation that Colonel Bird be appointed. The position of police judge, which for some time past had been held by City Clerk F. E. Cole, carries a sal ary of $75 00 per month, $25.00 of which - was sliced from the salary of Chief of Police Lowe. The board of aldermen voted the additional $."0.00 to make up the new judge's salary. EXAMINATION FOR P. O. CLERK. An examination for the posi tion of clerk, male and female, in the postoffice, Nogales, Ari zona, will be held in this city on August 5, 1922. Applicants must be citizens of the United States between the ages of 18 and 45 years on the date of the examination. Age and height and weight requirements are waived in the case of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors and marines. Applicants must be physically sound and male applicants must be not less than 5 feet 4 inches in height in bare feet and weigh not less than 125 pounds without overcoat or hat. For application blanks and further information relative to this examination, address Albert M. Wellavood, Local Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, No gales, Arizona. EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. The value of exports and im ports for the district of Arizona, for the month of June, accord ing to the monthly report issued by Collector of Customs Chas. L. Fowler, was $963,671. The value of exports was $63, 662, and imports, $333,109. Value of exports at the vari ous points follows: Nogales, $377,134. Douglas, $86,203. Naco, $167,325. Imports at Nogales were valu ed at 168,312; Douglas, $1 26,429; Naco, $30,707; Yuma, $7,661. ORDINANCE No. 126. To Amend Ordinance No. 124, Regulating the Closing of Stores and other places of business. Be It Ordained by the Common Council of the city of Nogales, Arizona: Section One. That Section 1 of Ordinance No. 124 of the or dinances of the city of Nogales, Arizona, entitled "An Ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 96, re gulating the closing of stores and other places of business" be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 1. That Ordinance No. 96 of the ordinances of the town of Nogales, Arizona, be amended by adding thereto Sec tion 2 A, which shall read as follows: Section 2 A. All barbershops within the city of Nogales shall not be opened before the hour of eight o'clock a. m., and shall be closed at seven thirty o'clock p. m., except on Saturday or the day preceding full legal holi days, on which days barbershops may be kept open until ten o'clock p. m. All such shops shall be kept closed all day on the following holidays, which for the purpose of this ordinance shall be termed full legal holi days, viz., the 22nd of February; the 30th of May; the 4th of July; the 1st Monday of September; the 11th of November, and the 25th day of December, unless such holidays fall on Saturday. On the 1st of January and Thanksgiving day the barber shops may be kept open from eight o'clock a. m. to twelve o'clock noon, but shall be kept closed the remainder of the day." Section Two. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in con llict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section Three. Tins ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty days after its passage and publication as required by law. Passed and adopted gular meeting of the Council of the city of Arizona, this ;hd day at a re Common Nogales, of .July, 1922. J amiss A. Harrison, Attest: Mayor. F. E. Coi.e, 7-s "it City Clerk. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona. J. D. Halstead Lumber Com pany, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. W. S. Stanton, defendant. Under and by virtue of an ex ecution issued out of the Su perior Court of Santa Cruz coun ty, state of Arizona, in an action wherein J. D. Halstead Lumber Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and W. S. Stanton, de fendant, upon a judgment ren dered on the 5th day of Novem ber, 1920, in lavor of said plain tiff and against said defendant, for the sum of four hundred and sixty-eight and 07100 dollars ($468 07), current lawful money of the United States of America, with interest and costs, I have this day evied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of saicNdofendatit in and to the fol lowing described property, to wit : Lot eirghteen ( 1) of block three (3) of the town of Nogale9, Ari zona, the eastern part of lot forty-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 (11)-, twelve (12) and thirteen (13). of block "B" of Mountain Aiew'of sub division of lot five (5) of block sixteen (16), of the said town of Noerales; portion of lot forty-nine (49) of block six teen (16) being lifty feet on the east side, one hundred and nine feet on west and fifty feet on the south; portion of lot forty-nine (49) of block sixteen (16) includ ing all north of the side line and twenty-six feet south ol lot forty-seven (47) of said block in said town of Nogales. Notice is hereby given that I will, on the 8th day of July, 1922, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court house door at Nogales, Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, sell at public auction , for current la wful money of 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. Gkougk J? White, By Sheriff. John Bowman, 6-l7-3t. Under Sheriff. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, State of Arizona. J. D. Halstead Lumber Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. D. T. Sohet ter and Southern Pacific of Mexico, a Railroad corporation, defendants. Under acd by virtue of an execution issued out of the Superior Court of Santa Cruz county. State of Arizona, in an action wherein J. D. Halstead Lumber Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and D. T. Schetter and South ern Paci6c of Mexico, a Railroad cor poration, defendants, upon a judgment rendered on the 5th day of May, 1922, in favor of .-aid plaintiff and against said defendants, for the sum of Two Thousand Thirty Four and 93100 Dollars (S?20:U 93), current lawful money of tbo United States of America, with interest and costs, I havo this day levied upon all tlio right, title, claim and interest of sa'd defendants in and to the following described property, to- wit : Lots numbered nine (!), ten (10), ele ven (11), twelve (12), thirteen J 13), four teen (14), fifteen (15) and sixteen (l(i), according to the subd ivision of block 104, of the northern addition, known as the Silver Bell place, surveyed and Htaked by I. P. Krasier March 19, 1917, tie plat of which is of record in the office of the County Recorder of Santa Cruz county. State of Arizona: together with all appurtenances thereto belong ing; Lot numbered in block (107 of northern addition to the town of No gales, State of Arizona, arcording to the map of said addition made by Char les K Perkins, which map is on file in the office of the County Bocorder of Santa Cruz county. Slate ! Arizona. Notice is hereby given that I will, on the 7th day of July. 1922, at 2:30 o'clock p. tn. of said day, at the court nouse door in Nogales, Santa Cruz county. Slate of Aiizi.cn, sell at public auclion, for current lawful money of the United States of America, all the right, title, claim uuJ interest of said defendants in and to Uae above de-. scribed property, or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, with accruing costs, to tho highest bidder, for cash. Dated this 10th day of Juno. A. I)., 1922. G eosg b J . Whit r:, By Sheriff. John Bowman, a 1 7 'tt I 'n.h r Sheriff.