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Saturday, Oct 22. oof,
It 1 stated th;il one of the teacher- in the Nogales public school was paid twenty-five dol lar? per month extra to teach stenography and type-writing, and she never had to exceed a half dozen pupils. People who want their sons and daughters taught stenography and type writing can afford to pay their tuition in those branches, and it was wrong to use money taken from taxpayers for that purpose. M i f A. 1 '. n fi, tvptiMic.Hi iif fs,i M e f- .r I !!..' 1 1 It ('niir--i Hill addrew the p. (.j,!c of Nf'Ui'tj and v.iti,.i Cm, county at Armory J Hall upon tle eveniiig of Xovem-j ; ber .'!rd. A large concourse of the I people of Santa Cruz will assemble to hear the distinguished gentle I man. J I' S iov Assay Office. fl.L.Peiiefliii&GoJ 1 tihlic a fit a f m r t.rks. ; They didn't know that those I electric clocks and type writers I were loaded. Democratic smiles are not so j greatly in evidence in Nogales as ! in former vears. Tiik Fowler Club of Nogales is doing splendid work for the entire republican ticket. The president, Mr. John T. Brickwood, is a hust ler from JIustleville, and he has around him in Messrs. Crowell, Peck, Grant and O'Keefe, the vice presidents; and Talliaferro and Evans, the secretaries; a bunch of wrestlers such as never before came down the pike, who are making things livelv. Chairman Taooakt of the na tional democratic committee, con tinues to give forth cheering pre dictions of various states he will carry fin his mind) for Parker. Of course, that's what he is hired for. U.ia the town hoard compels Reverend Elliott of the Methodist Church to remove a small structure he has recently erected upon the premises adjacent to Thk Oam oiliee, some of the amateur news paper of Xoga.es will have ?pams. Xeveu before have republicans, in Santa Cruz county been so har monious, united and enthusiastic. Every republican in the county is in the harness, pulling with all his might for a ticket which will surelv 5V.1). , A Disappointment. A maiden lady of mature years residing in Xogales relates a "very disappointing dream she recently had. She dreamed she was married. She awoke and found there wasn't anything in it. Luis M. Carrtllo Ygaacio Cirrillo "The Three B. B. B " CARRILLO BROTHERS, Proprietors. GEERAL MERCHANDISE, Mine Supplies a Specialty. Sahuaripa, - Sonoma, Mexico. ! ASSAYERS NOGALES, ARIZONA. Powder DYNAIV1ITE powder Just received a car load of absolutely new and fresh Powder from the California Vigorit Powder Company . Vigorit Dynamite, Mining Blasting, Dewey Blasting And Vigorit "Low" Powder. These are known to be the best Manufactured on the Coast. Capa and Fuse. Electric Blasting Machines. Gardiner, Worthcn Goss Co., Foundry, Machine Shops and Supply Honee. TUCSON ARIZONA. RAMOX ESQUER unuV1 aSa' "Muniai la Colorada and Primnera. Sonora. Foreign Exchange LiiV insurant-' Co." ' BRANCH AT WACOAIENA. BoUtlllt and Sold. if s Little Dutchman. Wm STOESCK, Proprietor, Opposite Hallway IVpot. Finest W ine-s mid Liquors and Mexican Cigars. NOGHLES, SONORfl. iVe want" ijoiTTo low if you arj contemplating Use purelin-e of min im: property-that we are in a position to supply yon either in Arizona or Mexico or ii you have niiu to sell that wv ran plai-f you in touch ith a purchaser. W guarantee fair trciitim.-nt to bo;h pmtis. Arizona Mexico Investment Company, NOGAl.K.S, AKI.ONA.. RlCHARDSON BROTHERS COMPANY Ain xju2f JJrokcrs, Wi handle tin; stock of the lufa Mining. Milling Smelting C!. make u sjn'cialty of Mexic;wt mining inve-tmt'iit.- and iniin-s in r-onor.1 Mexico, in particular, ;tnd solicit correspondencf regarditi; catm 709-10 Lankershim Bldg., Los Angeles, Cctl. I'os' u'Keefe, republican eandi f r treasurer of Santa Cruz comity, i making a whirlwind canvass, and getting to the hearts of the voters in elegant style Con n a ru-tler fine, and lie de.-erves; s:uc- Ct's'S. Arizona & Colorado R. R. TIME CARD. No. 3 Kfft-ctivo October l.t, l'Jit-l. Lv (Viciiihc 9::',') i. oi. Ar, Penree 1i:'2'' a. hi. Lv. fcdrce 7:l"i Ar. Cochi1 v4u ('oiHH-ftioiis it Cochise with S. P. R. R, Er-KR.isinji.pn, K. A. M Farmnu, rr'"iii"in M.nl Aa.vt. '.rcii. Mar. General Mr. ami Chief Khr. Tucson, AriiS. Tucson, Anx. Cananea, Yaqui Fiver &. Pacific R R. Co. Time Canl No. H. Kff:t:tivt 12:01 a. id. Jiiiuniry IT, VMM. 1i)::0a.m. Lv. Xkco Ar. 4;0(M'.m. fjun Jose ' 3 :3'J Villa Venle :!:J0 Mesa 2:4;") 1.1 Rio 2:) CdliniH'H Lv. 2:1U II. J TCMCl.E, superinteudent. Brickwood House. J. T, BRICKWOOD, PROP. FIRST CLSS l LVERY RESPfCT. r Nicely Furnished Rooms. Prices HoJerate . . Nogales, Arizona. Almada Hotel. A. B. GONZALEZ, Prop. ' n-..r II : Jtl ! 11:48 12:01 cm. i 12:30 ' K. A. McFarhm Ant Oca. Mgr. Ar. Sonora Railway. dally I'tiot.'Ufr Tram wvrvirn throogli between XojiU: and (iiiiivnuis, South lli:fri;i.i''A. ladies of lhn.--on have organized an auxiliary Fow ler Clnh, to aid the masculine club in tho good work of whooping it up for the popular republican candidate. Charles L. Fowler, republican nominee for sheriff is a man who impresses all with his capacity and straightforwardndess. One can see at a glance that he is a born peace oflicer. f. :::: A M. 8.20 MM 1 i 9.30 ! 10:00 ! 11 00 ; 11:53 ; ;'2.2ti V. M. ! 1:11 ! 2:10 i 2 20 t 3.24 j 4:40 j 5:50 i Ar. STATIONS. Novate. Imuris. Masdaiena Santa Aua. Llaau. Querobabl Carbo. Pesquelr. Hermoalllo Torres Ortii. Quay mas. Nf.rth 7 .20P. M 5.13 5:1,3 4:26 3 58 3.21 2:2f. 1:2-. 1:05 8:44 . 11 20 11:10 9:54 S 4) 7:31 A M. The Ytimn Smtind naively puts the proposition in thin way. "Mark .Smith':! friends are claiming that he is for irrigation as strong as is Fowler. But Fowler is interested in land irrigation with water." Sonora Time, x iUnln Stations. Pullman Sleepers are attached to these trains. Trains makes connection at Torres with ! Torres & Frietas Raft road. leaving at 8:00 a. m. and p. in. daily tor Oolorada, and Minaa j I'rietas. i Close roonection Is made at Ouaymas with j Pacific Coast Steamship Company steamer I "Curacao" sailinsj the 17th of each month for ! Altata, Maiatlan.CapeSt. Lucas, Masjdalena ! Bay and Ensenada; as well as with of the j L. A. Murtinps StPamshlp Line, and others lines eaiunsr at this port. For particulars address. J. A. NAUOLE, Oen'l Pass. Ag't. Ouaymas, Sonora, Mex. j Spanish and English Spoken. Is the Most Centrally Locatai, the Most Comfortab-'e a-vi best Ventilated ! in this Port. Spacious and well Furmsheci Roo" s. Co!d aid Warm Baths. j RESTAURANT Or FIli.-T CLASS AND TIIK SEKVJCE LKAVK-? Nul'IMNO TO UK IOlRKO. GutiymaSf Sonora. Mexico, "-nJ v v.y Ss oA j. w v tk ki w. w ksi fJ. W. i. $J 4 j GoSci Storage Restaurant. j Next to Arlzitia Hotel. 1 JQj Board $GOOuecK. Single meals 35c ry let; Cream Parlor in Conm'Ction, opt'ii (nun 10 a. m. to U . in. kJ, Special Poultry Ihniiers each Mimlay eeiiiiis: tioiu :,'!( to S. v-.l Satisfaction (tiianuUceil. jjp j J. H. BOWSER, PROPRIETOR. K0GAIES, ARIZ. 1 yfi z px f fT f- Ks TA fi r. fy T rr 'fy . "y ic. Carlos Treviho, SOLE AGENT For the sale of Lands in the State of Sonora granted ly the president of the Mexican Republic to General Francisco Olivares, in the Hermo sillo, Ures and Altar Districts of Sonora. OO'-- Residence, Hotel C ambus ton, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Office, Room 20, Hotel Cambuston. Office Hour,i 8 to li.5 W, At. ii to O I. M.