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Saturday May 20, 1905. Metal Quotation. Following are the market quota tations on metals for today. Copper (E.Cathoce) lb 15 Lead, per 100 lbs. 4.50-4.60 Silver, per oz., 582 cts. New York City, Exchange 1.02 Pesos. Bullion value 4GJ Mex. Dol. (local) 49J American Dollar? 2.02 Mexico City Exchange 2.02-2.02$ AMTTEflOFHEALTII t k ii Li T7 x N0GALES NOTES. Interesting Item Gathered Around the Line Citie. L. T. Bristol, Dentist, Marsh Bldg. Mis. A.'E. Fisk has been quite ill this week. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson went to Denver. Mr. James Randall came up from El Oro Thursday morning. Keep your valuable paper, document-, etc. It a safety deposit o. For reat by Tha l int National Baak. Nogaies. Thursday Mrs. Joseph Brown of Hermosillo was at Nogaies, en route to Cananea. Wednesday morning Mrs. A. W. Wood returned from a visit in Hermosillo. Try Barnes' cakes, cookies, doughnuts and pies. They are the best yet. . . . There will be services in the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. A first class carpenter wanted. Address manager Llano Mining & Milling company, Llano, Sonora, Mexico. Yesterday Mr. 'S, E. Kildoyle, master mechanic of the Sonora railway, was up from Guaymas. Gents' and boys' clothing and underwear, stylish, cheap and dur able at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Mrs. Bird has been very ill all the week with tonsilitis, having leen confined to her room since Monday, Mr. Eli Graham, formerly a Pullman porter on the Sonora railway, was visiting friends in Nogaies yesterday. Mr. Messick has resigned his position with the International drug store, and will leave for Denver tomorrow morning. Wednesday Mr. A. B. Oliver, consulting engineer for Las Tres Naciones Mining Company, was at Nogaies en route to New York and Denver, on business for that cor poration. He will return to So nora within a few weeks. MA I ""I III fill ii I 7 jt P F (I'M U i 1 a i 4 !L-- lit LEVI STRAUSS SCOtf TO A 1 1 f a Absolutely Puro HAS HO SUBSTITUTE Yesterday Mrs. A. M. Austin and Mrs. H. Barnes were up from Llano, and registered at the Mon tezuma. For good, substantial service wear Hamilton, Brown & Co.'s "Patrol Shoe," sold at the Red House, Ra mon Vasquez. V Engineer Y. Bonillas and Mr. Z. S. Bonnels of Nogaies, were noted as visiting Douglas by the newspapers of that place Thurs day. Mrs. Iaeger of the Santa Rita at Tucson, and the Montezuma of Nogaies. yesterday graced the latter named hostelry with her charming presence. Once tried; always used. Barnes' rye, cream, French, .whole wheat, graham and home made breads. The wagon will call at your house. Thursday Capt. Willard Wright, chief of mounted inspectors, U. 8. customs service, was at Nogaies, having ridden across the country from Douglas. Yesterday evening Mr. Charles Taylor the assayer, went to Mina del Oro to take charge of the mill. His assay ollice has been taken by Mr. Frank Hand. Mr. F. W. Wengenroth from Tucson has been made manager of of the International drug store and arrived at Nogaies Wednesday night to take his new position. Monday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wy lie started for El Tigre, in the Moctezuma district of Sonora, where Mr. Wylie is in charge of the store of the Lucky Tiger Min ing Co. Through the courtesy of Mr. P. Sandoval The Oasis has secured a copy of the latest mining law of Mexico, recently adopted, and it will be reproduced in next week's issue. County Surveyor Delos Durfee has returned from Oro Blanco, where he was engaged several days upon surveys for road improve ments. He is also superintend ing the new bridge on the Calabas as road. Monday evening Mr. Joseph de Lusignan returned from Mina de Oro, eastward from Poza station, where ha had been engaged some months in the erection of the new mill for the Porvenir de Sonora Mining Company. For sale at Pierson station a second hand 54x14 return Hue tubular boiler with a new set of boiler tubs and a ten inch iron smokestack, also a second hand 9x10 Rice self contained engine. Inquire of Miguel Latz y lino. Magdlena. . . . W f d 1 ' i 1 v Mi-nil- Ih'-r r r i v I from IVlifi yii, N-w Voir, Mr. AlUrt ,J'tii, ;t brother of, Ml-M Jfllp of th! Nog.ll' public) school, who ban totue lo the lir.ej city to locate. j Thi. morning Mr. II. S. Stewart, j manager for the Duquesne Mining! k Reduction Co , who came in from j Duquesne yesterday, went to Tuc-1 eon. Next Tuesday the gentleman j will go to Los Angeles on business, thence to San hrancisco and from there to the east, via Ogden and Omaha. Mrs. J. E. Hart and little girl, wife and daughter of the man who died at theArizona hotel Saturday morning, arrived in Nogaies from Cincinatti Monday night. They left for their home in Indiana Wednesday morn ing, taking with them the remains of Mr. Hart. Mr. Ignaciq Contreras, several years ago an operator in the West ern Union telegraph ofiice, is again in Nogaies, temporarily in the W. U. office on the Sonora side of the line. With him are Mrs. Contreras and their two children. The lady is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Raphael, with whom they are visiting. "My friend," said Douglas Jer old, "have you sufficient confidence in me to lend me a 'fiver?' " "Oh, yes; I have the confidence," said the friend, "but I haven't got the 'fiver.'" That friend could have saved himself the refusal and would have saved the money had he traded with the Southwestern Com mercial Co. Wednesday Nogaies was visited by Messrs George V. P. Hunt, O. F. Moore, Wm. G, Butler, D. Deem and 0. L. Knustin, aH of Globe, a committee from Gila county to in spect the Santa Cruz county court house. Gila county is about to erect a new county building and is considering plans. At the Catholic church in Nogai es, Sonora, next Saturday evening, will occur the wedding of Mr. Fran cisco Henriquez and Miss Atanasia Inclan. Mr. Henriquez is connected with the Mexican custom house and is wTell known in both towns. Miss Inclan is a daughter of Mrs. Juana Inclan and is one of the most charming young ladies in Sonora. - The following conversation took place in a hotel: "Waiter!" "Yes, sir." "What is this?" "It's bean soup, sir." "Never mind what it has been. The question is, what is it now?" Never mind what the Southwestern Commercial Co., has been; it is a flourishing concern now, with a complete stock of goods, courteous clerks and com modious prices. M'T d. y ?f f 'fiif,;' Mm. Rot !,erf.,pl went to Otiayrnn t Uke tiiH c;trnT ('ur,fc;io VVYdrie d;iy, goiiig to Hrmioa lo join her husband, Dr. Rutherford. Wednesday TliK Oamh received a h'tter that was mailed at San Javier, Sonora, March 22d. It was a long time on the road, but finally got through, the new it conveyed, however, being a bit state. Wednesday Mr. C. Phillips, manager for the Anita Mining Company, which is developing val uable gold properties out in the Caliche region, between the Dolores and San Miguel regions, eastward from Magdalena was a visitor at Nogaies. Wednesday Nogaies was visited by Mr. F. B. Woodward from the Indian Territory, who is interested in lands on the Lower Yaqui, under the canal of Don Carlos Canant, who was returning from a visit home. He was accompanied by his brother; Mr. W. H. Wood ard, from Denver. Mr, G, G. Gonzales, interpreter in the United States custom house in Nogaies, has been transferred to Palomas, New Mexico, and left Thursday morning for hia new post. No successor has yet been named to fill the vacancy here and it is not known if one will be sent here, as several of the regular in spectors speak Spanish. Mr. P. Cazabon was arrested' Tuesday evening on complaint of Jose Cervantes, who made a charge of battery against him. Wednes day morning the charge was dis missed by Justice Gildea, the evi dence in trie case showing it to he one of malicious persecution. The costs of the action were taxed against the complaining witness, but he was unable to pay and was permitted to cros j the line into Mexico. From Mesilla Park, N.M., comesv the announcement of the engage ment of the Rev. Franklin Davis to Miss Maude Otto, sister of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Denison Bowman. The wedding will be at St. James Episcopal church at that place, on the seventh of June. Mr. Davis was formerly pastor of the Episcopal church at this place and has a townful of friend here who wish him n ell. COFFEE Your coffee at breakfast gets paid-for over and over again that day. 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