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Saturday, Dec, 17, KjO.
NOGALES NOTES. Mr Jllli if! .(fi,;,-'Hi i ;il ,r;' It- f(..,i v, h f lirniti'. to I, i ( " !-- r;n.i f r 1 ( j a, . t,i I i-it ;i t. ( 'a ri:H'-;i. (I;rfon H'iiwob of the J!-t')i Clothing IIoux- will go (0 I J i I -f-th' lir.'t tl)- yar niid open a branch ftore of which he will be A case of f-mall pox in reported i in a Mexican family at the corner! of Terrace avenue and Crawford' streets. I i There will he services at tne i Methodist church at eleven o'clock, j to-morrow, Sunday morning, to j which all are cordially invited.! Sunday School at 10 a. m. Tuesday of this week Mr. L. B. Fleischer proprietor oi the Boston stores mailed from New York City on a two months trip to Europe for a visit at his boyhood home. Rev. Joseph McConnell of Doug las, former rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal church, was in charge of the services at that church last! Sunday, returning north the fol lowing morning. Mr. J. B. Parish, one of the lead ing mining engineers of the coun tr', returned this morning from a professional visit in Sonora, Jeav for the north on this morning's freight. Judge Harper J. Cunningham is registered at the Montezuma today having come over from Harshaw where he has been visiting, looking -over the properties of the Hermosa Mining Company. Mr. Robert J. Coleman, of the Lluvia de Oro Mining Company, whose gold properties are located near Chois, Sinaloa, spent several days at Nogales during the present week. Amos Yaeger, the Sinaloa mine operator, returned to Nogales Mon day evening from a business visit at Los Angeles, going south Tues day night for a visit at his proper ties. Mr. Charles Dohson was a guest at the Montezuma on Thursday having returning from Sonura where he had gone from his home in Washington D. C, for the pur pose of examining the holdings of the Richfield Mining Company near Tuape. James W. Schultz of the Palace has been seriously ill at his home this week suffering from a severe attack of typhoid fever For a couple of days his condition was very critical indeed but a change for the letter took place and he is now considered out of danger. Messrs. Herman R. Klauser and Horace Cerber of Toledo, Ohio, were at Nogales early in the week en route to Sonora to visit the smelter plant of the Yaqui River Smelting it Refining Company at Toledo, in the Sahuaiipa district, in which they are financially in terested. Miss Amparo Mendez has open ed a Mexican curio store in calle Arizpe, on the Sonora side of the line and carries a very choice stock of filigree, drawn work, carved leather goods and other articles suitable for Christmas gifts. Her advertisement appears on another page in this issue. Mr. L. Ephriam has finished re modelling fiis house on Sonoita avenue and the several thousand dollars spent for that purpose have wrought a marvellous change in the appearance of the building. It has been entirely renovated throughout and is now one of the cosiest and most modern buidings in town. manager. MavorF. F. Cranz and Mr. H. Jor dan returned to Nogales Thursday evening from Colorado where they had been for two weeks on mining business. V. O'Daly, superintendent of the properties owned by the Lucky Tiger Gold Mining Company, south of Douglas in Sonora, was a visitor at Nogales Friday. Mr. James M. Lawton at Magda lena has been appointed a Sonora agent for the New York Life In surance Company. His advertise ment appears in another column. Wednesday Doctor R. S. Shum way started for the Altar district, Sonora, where he expected to spend several days looking over some mining properties in which he is interested. Ed Bine has been in town yes terday and to-day from the City of Mexico in the interest of a large wholesale house which he represents in Mexico, Central and South America. Bine is an old Nogales boy, being for a long time in the employ of La Moda dry goods house, and has been very success ful on the road. G. M. Bernstein, a former Noga les boy, who has held a very res ponsible position with the Banco de Cananea for a number of months, was at Nogales last Sun day and Monday renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Bernstein has severed his connection with the bank and on the first of the year will go into business on his own account in the great copper camp. His many Nogales friends wish him abundant success. We publish in another column of this week's issue the monthly statement of the Banco de Sonora, showing the condition of that great financial institution at the close of business November 30th. A care ful perusal of the figures shows the affairs of that organization to be in excellent shape. The Banco de Sonora has done a world of good in the development and progress of the state of Sonora and fully justi- j lies the confidence reposed in it by people generally. The Pope Bicycle Daily Memor andum Calendar for 1005 contains a memorandum leaf for every day in the year, and 3(55 original, say ings in favor of good roads, good health, on td do r exeicise, and that great vehicle of health-giving, the modern bicycle, by our most emin ent living men of marked accom plishment. The calendar is free, at Pope Mfg. Co's stores or any of our readers can obtain it by send ing five 2 cent stamps to Pope Mfg. Co., Hartford, Conn., or 143 Segel St., Chicago, 111. The Democrats carried the city of Tucson at last Monday's muni cipal election. Gen. L. H. Man ning for mayor receiving , a major ity of 159 votes over the republican nominee. Nearly the entire demo cratic ticket was elected by good majorities. The chief issue of the campaign was the suppression of gambling, Gen. Manning stating that if elected he would do all in his power to do away with public gambling in that city. The coun- cilmen elected were also pledged ; against gambling. 1'ROKL: -fONAL CARIm, NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY JAMES M. LAWTON, Agent. A'AHUUO 2J. Majdlna, Sonora, Mtx, DR. S. ELLIOTT WOLFE DENTIST. Office Opposite OenerMl Offic Sonoma Kailway and the Church of San Iisufctiio. GUaymas, Sonora, Mex. 1 H. S- Stouffer. T. J,. Stouffer. Mtunffer Brotlierw, CONSTRUCTING' ENGINEERS HEKM0SILLO, SONORA, MEXICO. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in MIX Building, Up Stairs. Nogales. Arizona. DR. A. A. DOHERTY, IJHSTIST, Sosaies. - - - - Arizona. ALL WORK WAKJRANTKIJ. ALBERT L. GUSTETTER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence, oyer X. W. Mix's Drug Store. Telephone No. 53, Nogales, Arizona. DOCTOR A. W. 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