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Official Paper of Santa Cruz County E. D. MILLER. Publisher. Entered at tha Post Office at No gales, Arizona, as Second Class Matter. OCTOBER 58, 1922. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. United States Senator Henry F. Ashurst Representative in Congress Carl Ilayden STATE. Judges Supreme Court Henry D. Ross and F. H. Lyman Governor George W. P. Hunt Secretary of State James H. Iverby Auditor Wayne Hubbs. Attorney General John W. Murphy Supt. Public Instruction C. O. Case Corporation Commissioner Amos A. Betts Mine Inspector Tom C. Foster State Tax Commissioner Chas. R. Howe COUNTY. State Senator C. A. Pierce Representative Phil Herold Judge Superior Court M. Marsteller Clerk Superior Court Robt. E. Lee Sheriff Harold J. Brown. Treasurer Mrs. Lucille Walker Recorder Tracy Bird. County Attorney W. A. O'Connor County School Supt. Grace A. Farrell Board of Supervisors O." F. Ashburn and J. L. Finley Justice of the Peace Chas. E. Hardy Constable A. D. Page. SOME DEMOCRATIC WINNERS. Tracey Bird's friends all over the county know be will make a first class county recorder, and from every precinct comes the news that he is running like a house a fire. Harold J. Brown for sheriff, is going to be elected on November 7. Harold is in every way qual ified to conduct the business of the sheriff's office, and his elec tion is conceded by Republicans and Democrats. Judge W. A. O'Connor, learn ed jurist and experinced lawyer, will be elected county attorney by an overwhelming majority. The taxpayers need his services in the important office for which he is a candidate and are going to vote for him November 7. From the country comes the good news that Oscar Ashburn and Jim Finley, Democratic can didates for re election as mem bers of the Board of Supervis ors, are going strong, and both will go over the top by hand some majorities on November 7. Phil Herold is one of the best known successful business men in Santa Cruz county. Every body knows and likes Phil. He will be elected state representa tive and can be depended upon to represent this county in the next legislature with great credit to the county and state. Mrs. Grace Farrell, the choice of Santa Cruz county Democracy for the office of county school su perintendent, is eminently qual ified for the very important posi tion for which she is a candidate, and her friends throughout the county are letting no stone un turned to elect her by a hand some majority. Mrs. Lucille Walker, candidate for re election, has made asplen did record as county treasurer, and as one good term deserves another, taxpayers of Santa Cruz county, on November 7, are go ing to show their appreciation for services well rendered, by voting to keep her in the im portant office she now occupies. For state senator, C. A. Pierce of Patagonia, is making a house to house campaign in "Nogales this week. As Santa Cruz coun ty's representative in the state senate, every county in the state will have a lawmaker who will at all times carefully guard the interests of taxpayers in an in telligent, painstaking manner. Mr. Pierce has been a resident of Santa Cruz county many vears. He knows our needs and will always be found on the job working for the good of this and every county in the state. Hon. Charles E. Hardy, form er United States collector of cus toms, who is a candidate on the Democratic ticket for justice of the peace of Nogales precinct No. 1, is in every way qualified to fill the important position for which he is the unanimous choice of Nogales Democrats. As col lector, Mr. Hardy made an en viable record, as all who had business with the customs house can attest. He will make a splendid justice of the peace. and his election on November 7, is conceded by both republicans and democrats. A vote for Capt. Hardy is a vote for a man who always performs his duty in a fair and impartial manner. THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY. Sonora Baseball Team on Annual Tour . . of Mexico. Last Tuesday evening mem bers of the Sonora baseball team, 1922 champions of the southwest, departed on their an nual tour of Mexico. The players motored to Tuc son from where they went to El Paso by train. At El Paso they boarded a special Pullman car furnished by the Mexican gov ernment and in which they will tour Mexico for the next two months. There were nineteen members in the party including the wives of three of the players, Mrs. Henry Marquez, Jr., Mrs. Cecil Cruz and Mrs. Edward Carrillo. The members of the team are pitchers, Dave Salazar, "Cow boy" Ruiz, Cecil Cruz and Lefty Hammond, catchers, Pete Ar zate and Chili Francis, first basemen. Jack O'Keefe and Lyall; second base. Bojorquez; -short stop, Frank Robles; third base, Felix Ramirez; outfielders, Eddie Carrillo, Lou Gill and Witti Martinez. Henry Marquez, Jr., will man acre the club and William T. Haley will act as secretary of the club. En route from Nogales to Mexico City, the champions will play games at Chihuahua City, Torreon, Aguas Calientes, San Luis Potosi and Saltillo. In Mexico City a series of games will be played with a number of the best clubs of the capital city, after which the tour will be re sumed, tbe party going to Tarn pico and Guadalajara. Needless to say, the Nogales boys have the best wishes of their many friends in Nogales, on their tour of Mexico. We feel sure they'll bring home the bacon. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the stockholders of the Montana and Arizona Min ing and Development Company, will be held at tbe office of Duffy & Robins, in the city of Noga les, Arizona, on Tuesday, the 28th day of November, A. D., 1922, at 2:00 o'clock, in the after noon of said day, for the election of a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of all other legiti mate business of the corporation. Dated Nogales, Arizona, Octo ber 26, 1922. FRANK J. DUFFY, 10 28 5t Assistant Secretary. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of John II. Sorrells, de ceased. OTICE is hereby given bv the undersigned Ozella Sorrells, administratrix of the estate of John R. Sorrells, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the fiist publication of this notice to the said administratrix, at the law offices of Barry. Hardy & Hardy, Trust Bldg., at Nogales, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the county of Santa Cruz. State of Arizona. OZELLA SORRELLS, Administratrix of the estate of John R. Sorrells, tleceased. Dated Noeales. Arizona, this 27th day of October, 1922. 10-28-5t. NOTICE. NOTTCK IS IIKRKBY C1IVHN. that fifteen clays :il'ter tile date fl tlii nolice, the final pay ment for the construction of Section K. Koiid No. 17, will be aid tu tbe Contractors. Collie, Anderson and Collie. AH nersons liaviUK bills ligailMt tlie altove contractors for the construction of this loud, arc requested to send ttieui to the Secretory of the Highway Commission , lit Nogales, Arizona, ou or before November 3th, 19M. LAURA PARSONS, Ocictsi? Highway Commission. Hated, 1 -tolx-r 21st. 192a. By order of the BILL" HALEY GOES SOUTH. W. T. (Bill) Haley who has been editor of the Morning Dem ocrat since the paper was found ed a year ago this month, left last night with the Sonora base ball team on its annual tour of Mexico, says Wednesday's Dem ocrat. Mr. Haley is secretary and booking agent for the team on its tour and will handle the club's publicity. The Sonorans will be gone about two months, visiting Mex ico City and many other import ant points in the neighboring republic. Mr. Halej', at the end of the tour of the team, expects to locate in Mexico City, i Inasmuch as Mr. Haley is well acquainted with many former Nogales people now residing in Mexico City, it is not thought ! that be will have any difficulty getting located in the Mexican metropolis. He is a close per sonal friend of President Obre gon and other high Mexican officials. The many friends of "Bill" re gretted to see him leave Nogales and sincerely hope that before long be will again be a resident of this city. During his six years residence in this city he made a host of friends, and became known as one or the most pop uiar young men on the border, a good newspaperman and a true friend to all with whom he was acquainted . NOGALES HARDWOODS. Engaged in establishing an Arizona market for hardwoods produced on the west coast of Mexico and finished and prepar ed in this state, Manager J. B. Campbell, of the lumber depart ment of Roy & Tit'comb. Inc., is spending several days in Tuc son, says the Democrat. -Although Mexican hardwoods have for several years been fin isbed at the Arizona mills in No gales, Mr. Campbell indicates that priror to this time tbe prin cipal market has been in eastern and other remote sections co op erating with the buy Arizona products movement now in pro gress, he declares that the firm which he represents will endea vor to place the hardwood line milled in Nogales on the Arizona market, with the object of trans acting a large amount of busi ness here, rather than having hardwoods imported from other states or replaced by substitutes. Grown amid the torrid clim ates of the west coast of Mexico, he declares the hardwoods, in eluding Spanish cedar, maho gany, including other varieties, are of exceedingly fine grain and cannot be surpassed for the pur pose of finishing and beautifying the interior and exterior of homes. An innumerable variety of uses may be found for tbe finish ed hardwoods. Excellent success, says Mr. Campbell, is being experienced in placing orders for the hard woods and in obtaining general recognition of its worth and su premacy over many other varie ties. Complete equipment is available in tbe mill for finish ing of any piece of hardwood desired. NOTICE OF SALE. In Bankruptcy No. S-70-Tucson. In the District Court of the United States for the District of Arizona. In the matter of Clarence L. Beaty, bankrupt. Notice is hereby given by W. T. Roatb, tbe trustee in bank ruptcy of Clarence L-. Beaty, a bankrupt, pursuant to the order of the Referee in Bankruptcy, in the proceedings now pending in the District Court of the Un ited States for the District of Arizona entitled, in tbe matter of Clarence L. Beaty. bankrupt, in Bankruptcy No B-70-Tucson, that tbe undersigned trustee will sell at the front door of the court house at the city of Nbga Irs, Arizona on the 6th day of November, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock a. m.. on said date, the following described personal property constituting a part of tbe assets of said bankruptcy estate: That certain brand described xO as the brand, re corded in the Live Stock San itary Board at the city of Phoe nix, Arizona, together with the rit; lit to the use thereof. The said personal property will be sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash. Dated thi 2Sth day of Octo ber, A. D., 1922. W. T. ROATH. Trustee. FIREMEN'S CLUB BALL. Ticket are being sold for the Firemen's Club ball to be given on election night, November 7, at the club rooms in the city hall building. During the evening the danc ers will be furnished both state and county election returns. It will be a benefit dance for the fire department, and a con test is on between the hose and engine companies to see who can sell the most tickets. The committee in charge cosists of Guy Wiley, Ed. Jake and Harry Sugg. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY MORT GAGE ON REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In tbe Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and lor tbe County of Santa Cruz. In the matter of the estate of Lydia M. Hudgin, deceased. It appearing to the court by the petition this day filed by Louis Hudgin, administrator of the estate of Lydia M. Hudgin, deceneed.that it is necessary to mortgage certain real estate of said deceased lo pay the debts of said estate and charges of administration. It la Therefore by the Court Or dered: That all persons interested in the estate of said deceased ap pear before the said superior court on the 11th dav of December, 1922, at the hour'of 11:00 o'clock a. m. ot said day,at tne court room of said court, at the court house in the city of Nogales, Santa Cruz county, Arizona, to show cause why an order Hhould not he grant ed to the said Louis Hudgin, as administrator of aid estate, to mortgage the real estate described in his petition, and that a copy of this order be published for five successive weeks in The Border Vidette, a newspaper printed and published in Nogales, Santa Cruz county, Arizona. Dated this 10th day of October, 1922. W. A. O'CONNOR, 'Judge of the Superior Court, Santa Cruz county, Arizona. 10-28-Gt NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of Santa Cruz conotyState of Arizona. Estate of L. M Raines, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given by the . . . . ft . " 1 administrati ix of the estate of L. M. Raines, deceased, to the credit ors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neceesary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administratrix, at the law office of S. F. Noon, in the city of Nogales, Santa Cruz county, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the said County of Santa Cruz. ROSE C. RAINES, Administratrix of the estate of L. M. Raines, deceased. Dated Nogales, this 28th day of September, 1922. 9-30-6t. NOTICE OF HEARING ON AT TACHMENT AND MONITION No. 33Q LAW-TUCSON. In th District Court o! the United State for the District of Arizona. United States of America, eg. One StudebMker (j Touring Automobile. Pursuant to warrant of attachment and monition issued out of tbe District Court of the United States for the Dis trict of Arizona, under the Real of that Court and dated September 23. 1922, and directed to me, public notice is hereby given to all persons claiming; certain property, to wit: One Stude boker Six Touringr Automobile hereto fore seized on land, within tba District of Arizona, for roxsons and causes men tioned in a certain information filed in that behalf in tbe cuu-e entitled United States ol America versus One Studebaker Six Touring Antomobile, being cause No. 330 Law Tucson in tbe same court The said property was seized as aforesaid having been by me attach ed in the custody of Charles Fowler, Collector of Customs for the D:strict of Arizona, and beiDg now detained in my custody within the said District of Arizona by order of said Court: dq to nil persons knowing or having anything to say why said Court should not pronounce ugainst the same for the forfeit tbereon acoording to tbe prayer of tho said information and that they be and appear before the saul court to beholden in nnd for the said district of Arizona in the United States court room In the city of Tucson in the said district, on the Hixth day of No vember, 1922. if that be a day of juris diction, nad if not, on the next dav of jurisdiction therein at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the same being return day of the warrant afore said, end day of trial of said seizure and information, then and there to in terpose a claim to t.ho said property and to make other allegation iu that behalf. T. J SPARKS, Unitod States Marshal for the District of Arizona. This 30th day oj September. 1922. Baby Chicks: Barred Ply mouth Rocks, R. I. Reds, Buff Orpingtons, Anconas, Black Min orcas, Golden ButT, Brown and White Leghorns. Special rates September delivery. Address Enoch Crew. Seabright. Calif- OR every rcako of Car, Truck and Tractor, Also Stationary F.npices. Battery systems are ast becoming obsolete. No more wet coils and weak batteries If you use a "DIXIE" Magneto tap Uncle Sam Uses "DIXIE" Magnetos. Why Not You? CONSULT US BEFORE BUYING THAT MAGNETO ROY & TITCOMB, Inc. Auto Aeeeesery Lajt. I? IH LOTXST CALL ON 73 HOTEL Morley Ave.. Head New House, Newly Furnished. Hot and Cold Baths, Shower Baths. Rooms Single or en Suite Nogales, Arziona, LA POPULAR Is the place for RIGHTLY-MADE CLOTHING. You can't tell the difference between 1 ail or-Made suits and My Rightly-Made, Ready-to-Wear suits. High-Class Footwear add Furnishing Goods for Gentlemen 1 PRICES ALWAYS RIG HT. 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