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Saturday, Oct. 22, no.
r f ;if. r 1 is Hit' III,!,! , ib fir i ! ' 'T -Hi i.l ', I .i w.dl Republican Terrtori! Platform. "Wo. the IIrTill)i!ir 1 11 imrtir ,f the Territory of Arizona in Von- vention assembled, do herein ri-! I'.iil-. I r - : . 1 1 l!k' of ! ,1 ( a , ti r j ; '' ,!ihii hi .!. trine f,f Am ri I '"in hhor h;is ever n-.-n productive ! 1 I f lill.l.t .... 1 , . . . ! .1 I p-. c" ni ami jinhjii rn v uiro'iili- 1 (out the land. Sea-oiis "of Demo- cratie free tradp and tariff tinker- j mZSrVXiXw. inc KIW UiV.iriMl.If t., 1 !l '"tf ;! oir ... JUneo NCO DE SONORA. HERMOSILLO. LA.C1C !'iiv'ri',ui') el .".0 nr; Sf;iui;Mi!i;i: w: ACTIVO. I0(M. 1! try's prestige and influence in 16 1 foreign affairs; which secured to us the Panama canal, the buildino- of which we believe will result in world wide benefit to all mankind and secure to the United States the political and commercial suprem acy of the Pacific ocean. We es pecially and particularly endorse and approve the promotion of irri gation laws for and on behalf of the Territory of Arizona and other portions of the arid West, by the Republican majority in the na tional Congress, and we call es pecial attention to the fact that President Roosevelt was the first and only President pf the United States who called the attention of Congress to the needs of the arid West in the matter of irrigation and made possible the passage of the present national irrigation law. "We commend and approve the administration of Theodore Roose velt and heartily endorse the ac tion of the Republican national convention in placing him in nom ination for the Presidency of the United States of America. Ve ap prove and take pride in his un swerving fidelity to duty, his gen uine Americanism, his lofty patri otism, and fearless endorsement of the law, his loyal support of Re publican principles and policies, his broad minded attitude towards the interests of all sections and classes of this great republic. We endorse Alexander 0. Rrodie and his efficient and impartial admin istration of his duties as Governor of this Territory. "We desire the admission of Ari- zona into the Union as a separate 1 and sovereign State, and are unit.-1 edly and unalterably opposed to the admission of Arizona and New Mexico into the Union as one State, preferring to remain a Terri tory indefinitely rather than such union, and we ilppnlir rtoi-nt uml ! uepiore uie action ot the Demo cratic majority in the last Terri torial Council in passing a resolu tion favoring joint Statehood and transmitting said resolution to the President and national Congresias the joint action of the two houses of the Territorial Legislature, all of which was done against the earnest and united opposition of the Republican members of the Council. "We again remind the people of J .Arizona that it was the Republican party .who formulated and main tained that policy of protection for labor which has made the Ameri can laborer the most independent of workmen, and the peer of every citizen of the United States. The1 Republican party today, as ever, stands for the best interests of labor, and we are in favor of and endorse all TiroiuM- and r i .,n 1J Suits Against Receiver. The board of supervisors have notified Receiver Fred Herrera of the defunct International Bank, of application to the district court for permission to file suit on behalf of the county to collect from the re ceiver the deficit in the county treasury caused by failure of the bank in which the county funds were deposited. It is claimed that county funds in banks are by law made special deposits, to be riven preference over all other creditors; and that under the law the receiver must pay to the county to satisfy its claim before any funds realized by him can be paid to other de positors. As the receiver is an officer of the court he cannot be sued without consent of the court, hence the explication. If granted the receiver will be enjoined from paying out any of the funds col lected until trial of the rase Vine gone through all the courts. That will defer indefinitely the hoped dividend of 5 to 10 per cent which the receiver thought he could de clare depositors in December; and if the county wins the hopes of de positors for getting any money will be yet further deferred, because it would take, should the connf.v se cure the judgment asked, nearly all the funds the receiver has now in sight, from which he hoped to soon pay a small dividend to de positors. Later; The court has granted the desired leave to sue. 'vi ci Jl.rrri. " ..; ..... l..'.'i,.'.v..- 4.1 .V , i.'4.t.i.; Client corrtent deu.ior.ii . - 17 217.'.'9 't . i I J 1 u affirm our devotion to . rwwN'.J w,th master and followed by uni -1 prestsm.i ',;.. n.!!.i and principles of the Republican 1 V'r"a.1 h"Y(1 time aruI busine-i de- I V J vnumiann ill U1C llilUUlUU ' platform; and further, we approve those principles and purposes as embodied in our national legisla tion of the past. And comparing our present leaders with our great historic leaders, we believe them to be worthy of our most earnest sup port. "We endorse and aonrove th administration at Washington and especially that high diplomacy wnicn nas so magnified our coun- PASIVO. Sf.ffi'-.vi.v.: n.ow.ooo.uo I'epositosret'mboistibieeala vista '.'.'...'.."' -l';" Fondode prevision !...'!.'!"!.'!.'! .'i.'!.'!"""!!! !.'"".'.";; " I'o'lV EEHMONILLO, SEITtEMBRB 30 DM 1904. iTlf Vii Ve H5 JUAN C. hORBECKEK, El Adrnor. Pral. H. J. SMITH. Contador. MAX MULLKK. Oerente. ; o.s. Harper. Alfredo Monteverde, O. S. HARPER & CO. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS AND MINING BROKERS. .i., I. S. KEMPHER, Mining Engine. DE0D0R0 OE LA GARZA. Consulting Uf MINING EXAMINATIONS A SPECIALTY. Twenty-Six Years Practical Experience. HERMOSILLO, SON. Don Luis St 61. P. O. BOX 102. Cable Address "Harper," A. B.C. Code, 4th Edition. it F. A. AGOILAR, Sues, t ,W4 AGENTS i Banco Nacional de Mexico. 1 Guaymas, Sonora, Mex. 9 u 3.3 CC-S CCCC Qf&C c hi Oily Meat Market, MORENO & MEND13LES, Proprietors Fresh Meats of ail Kinds Received Daily. All Orders Delivered Promptlu. Arlzonu. I like to have Mv Prescrinttnuin Cottipomided at the Montezuma Pharmacy" So said a customer of mine to a doctor rectntly, "Everything there i.s so neat, clean and busine like, and your never hear any talking or giggling behind his prescription case.'5 From the way our business continue-? to grow we know that the majority of the people appreciate a drug store that is conducted as ours is. The drug business is a serious business, and a drug store is the last place in which tom-fooler r nonsense should be tolerated. Dr. R. S. Shumwau, Prop. "B3Fr"EI Paso g Deming j I It t i 71 HI -. . 3 m Y. BONIlUTSS Mi A I XCi IS X G l.I U hi. NOGAIIS SONORA MEXICO A .Specialty Made of Surveys of Land Grants, Minim ProprJ-y and Underground Work. . ". American House, La Colorada, Sonora. JXS. R4SMLSSEN, Prop. Headquarters for Americans. Finest Wines, Liquor and Cigars. legislation 1 ooKing toward the Nogales. Water Go., Inc i'wrestaiKl B. ft Water in the Tnitl States. CunpHTHtive Teds by I'ro. Kichnr-'Kon, HoxUih. Office on vriey flvcr.tic, NOG ALES, RK1Z. orthern Eastern Points SPECIAL TICKETS $42.80 TO SAIHT LOUIS AND RETURN $42.80 First class round-trip tickets on sale September 19th, 20th, 28th, 2Uth. October 3rd, 4th, oth, (ith, 10th, 20th, 20th, 27th. AND COST ONLY S42.80. Round-trip tickets on sale until Sept. 30th to Denver Colorado Springs a nd Pueblo. Good to return Oct. 31st $35.00 Round-trip tickets to St. Louis good lo davs 3U..S0 00 davs QA0 Dec. l'Sth GO.oO Round-trip tickets to Chicago, with stopovers at Kansas 'City and WORLD'S FAIR, Tickets good until Oct. 31st 18.00 $33.55 Ammerlcan Royal Live Stock Show $33.55 Kansas City Horse Show. Kansas City, Missouri, Oct. 17-22, 1004 For the above occasion we will sell you a round-trip ticket to Kansas City for .$33.55. On October 15th to lOtli inclusive . $33.55 Special tickets to Indiana Ohio and Kentucky On sale Sept. 20th and 27th, Oct. lith. For one fare plus $2.00 for the round-trip. Comfortable Day (Varies and Kret Chair Cars; Pullman l'alan- and Tourist SKprs. The best Dinintr Service in the World. W. U. BROWN, W. j. BLACK. I). F. & V. A. KI l'a-o. ;.'. p:ls. AU't., Topeka