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1 V V ) M r ',',( pi !,.. - f. i !i jl !( a o I ii r i i ;f .1 h ! Saturday, Oct, S, k. iUEsSCW.PTiC'N: One Yea . . . . $2 50 S x Months t.50 Susie Copy .' . - q cts. Str'ctlv in Advance. Payable !n American Money or lt Equira tnt. Advertising Ratei made known on applica tion to the business office. Unless otherwise specified all sat-'erirtion adTertisementt and job printing are payable in American Money. Address all communications to The Oasis, Noales. Santa Cru county. Arisen. Published Every Saturday at Xogalea. Santa Crux County, Arliona, by THIS OASIS Printing House, Incorporated. 41XEX T. HIKD, Managing Kdltor. K. H. EVANS. BosIupsb Manager. ,1 : in -t ' ,v cratj'.' -'ii,! tiif- itiioMu' tl'" demo .L:t a- tliMMvrh tin Republican NATIONAL TICKET For President: Theodore Roosevelt, of New York. For. Vice-President:..-.. ..... Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana. REPUBLICAN Territorial Ticket that august body until the fourth of March fighting the joint state- Th'-o'iJfh-.U? lff I rti n.MIitV t'-'l ty th'' T in th v.ir- j-r lis' N u i II hold prim try rh'f'tioiH to designate d!-2.ite to attend t!i' cuiity convention which will assemble in Nogales next Thursday and nominate a county ticket, and it is to he sin- 1 1 .... .. .1 1 V . . 4 . . 1 . ' 1 : cere.y nopeu uia wnouerauon anu!hooil pr0position. Bv electing judgment will prevail in the work Mark U just the wav for'the peope -not only at the primaries, but j of Arizona to have 'joint statehood in the convention. crowded upon them, before Mr. With the right kind of noraina-1 SmUh would have a chance t() tions and united action, there i ! rm the Arizona chair in the a strong probability for success of j hous?e o representatives. the county republican ticket in j v. .: November. The people are restive ! TlIE Democratic party aspires to under the increased burden of tax-! control the American government ation, extravagant expenditures, increase in official salaries and shortening of school terms; and thev are readv and willing to vote W ! ! en iii . t:v'r- , 1 1 h olid - ; i j ih'i-t r ' thr xw-, ;tlt-f nitinj.', mu , f ,' li s J r t t n i f i to l-rjii' ttitb iiiiu th iiif-tiini)h!' of -tatchood; hut h" )tn al failed. Now his plea fur tUue home "grave and revrend eignetir." of boon the senate would har. up all other j ways hu.-ines1 and occupy the time of! election u that he must be s-ent to Washington to save Arizona from statehood in the onlv form it can 0 be had. Will he not continue hi record of failure? upon the proposition that it cannot do much harm that all the great issues upon which it has heretofore been beat having been irrevocably a change. " But it must be a real, fettled by the Republican party, For Delegate in Congress: O. A. FOWLER of Maricopa County. For Joint Councilman Pima and Santa Cruz Counties E. frL DICKER MAN of Pima County. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. beneficial change that the republi can convention offers. In the main the democratic ticket will present the same men who have heretofore held the offices, and who are greatly responsible for the bur dens and hardships under which the people are groaning. The peo ple are willing to unload this crowd, but they are unwilling to load up with one no better or a little worse. Consequently there the party which opposed them can now be safely trusted with power. That is a great idea, isn't it? Em ploy a man to do a job of work another cannot; and when the stress is over discharge him and put the incompetent into the place. Hereafter the War Department will not accept bow legged recruits for the cavalry so it is reported. Aa:oui)L(; to his political de tractors Washington aspired to a crown. The Oasis editor remembers when the American democratic party held up to execration the martyr president, 'Abraham Lin coln, as a tyrant and trampler into the dust of the liberties of the peo ple. Then the silent victor of Ap pomattox was the "man horse back" who was going to enslave a free people. Now it is Roosevelt who is the bogey man of the alleged anti-imperialism in America Will Visit His Home. A press telegram from the City of Mexico states that Thursday of the present week Don Ramon Cor rol, vice-president elect of the Re public of Mexico, left the federal capital en route to St. Louis to visit the World's Fair, after which the vtn... ,1,,. distinguished gentleman will visit iT , . . , in California a short time, and will them to maintain their seats m the uan t.w,,a uia u.,, i ir.... FOR SHERIFF Notice is hereby given that mi. G. DUUIONT of Patagonia, is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Santa Cruz County, subject to nomination by the Republican County Convention. For District Attorney Notice is hereby given that S. FREDRICK NOON of Nogales, is a candidate for the office of District Attorney of Santa Cruz County, subject to nomina tion by the Republican County Convention. will he no use in offering candi dates whose characters and records i saddle? Wi!1 the department adopt osillo, where he will make a short re not guaranties that in a change ! the recommendation made by Lieu-j stay before returning to the City the public interest will be studied j tenant Uerby (John Phoenix) a and followed. With such a ticket ! haf centur' Since that eveiT cav' there will come from the democra-1 alr saddle have a hook' and there tic side a sufficient number of voles j be inserted into the seat of the to elect it r trousers of each trooper a ring, to o., ...... ...,to; i catch the hook and hold the bold 4Jui ccn men jurpu uiivaij I warrior secure in the saddle? vote will be necessarv. All inter ests and all shades of the party The man who is always ''making should be called into consultation j a hard luck talk" is universally and given consideration. There j considered a bore. Why should should be no division in the ranks, j not the game rue apply" to the Every republican should be in- j Democratic party. Did vou ever duced and encouraged to giving jread a democratic platform which the cause every weight and strength was not "a hard luck storv?" there is in him. This is no time for republicans to be wreaking upon one another petty spites and ani mosities, that are in so manv in instances but the feeling and ex pression of a few, yet which if in- j dulged frequently lead to general j disaster. The welfare of Santa S Cruz countv is and should be 1 above all personal considerations. ! The republican party should put I forward candidates of recognized j j ability and integrity, and then all of Mexico for elevation to the more exalted station to which he has been designated in December. It is anticipated that Don Ra mon will rerch Hermosilla early in November, and the people of that city are making extensive preparation for giving him a great reception, and making his visit ever memorable. As the distinguished gentleman will be in Nogales, both going to and returning from Hermosillo. an ovation will be arranged for him Subscribe for The Oasis. mil Am ..- EL GLOBO For Treasurer Notice is hereby given that "v k. 1 m ir w" r- w- of Nofir.iles is a candidate for the unite for their election. The partv.j I office of Treasurer of Santa Cruz j should first deserve success bv C. J. MARBURG Proprietor. The Most Extensive Commercial House in Sonora. Gent fe men's Clothing and Furnishing Goods. The Largest Clothing Factory in Mexico "EL MINK HO," our Special Brand of Overalls, are the Best for Mining and all Heavy Work. . .... HERMOSILLO, SOSORAt MEX. County, subject to nomination by nominating a ticket which will &,S$$$$$&$$$m;i5&t$$$ the Rejiublican County Convention For Supervisor NoUce is hereby given that THOMAS BAYZE is a candidate for the office of Sup- ervisor of Santa Cruz County sub-1 ject to nomination by the Republ ican County Convention. I meet with the commendation of' j the people; and then should achieve I success by unitedly and harmon- j jiously working for success of the i ! ticket. Let us all get together. Delegate Ropey of New Mexico. ' who was defeated for renomination, is said to be out as an independent For Sheriff -candidate against the regular re-; Notice is hereby given that ; publican nominee. If the report! CHARLES L. FOWLER le true TllE ASW considera.that! is a candidate for the office of : the gentleman is making a grave Sheriff of Santa Cruz County sub-(mistake. He can afford to await: ject to' nomination by the Republ- the future. A bolt now would i lean county Convention. i cl0,c. an future opportunity. i mmie Fruit Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IMPORTERS OF FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES TURICUYS, GHHSlSf DUCKS and C1I1CKHXS. 11 XB LIS 12 OF SUSI1RJBS. j-,i:adixg iionuci5 j noi.:Hii:. Telephone No. 12. P. 0. Box 75. Nogales, Arizona.