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S.it;nl;iy Jim'- ioo-v CHOLLOS. aK' iViUHiL Ul! 10. saloon and Restaurant. mmmmmmtwmrm w h ' r i !i' u i - I'lilHi'il Uhd tuo in ir - lii-w-r.-lriM tiY-n of the f.-rritor- International Strft Onnn.titt Ih'nnf. rtogilt:s, Arizona. That "pome1' which appeared in Tin-: Oa-is last Saturday was read with great interest in both Tucson 5i nd Nogales. It was a little lame in its feet, but the accuracy of de scription, made amends for that. The publication that asks you to contribute a dollar to its support in return for five cents' worth of service, that it may be kept "alive," is just as much a mendicant as the man who stands on the street and solicits alms. There are two jour nalistic mendicants in Nogales. Several well-meaning friends, who know whereof they speak, have advised The Oasis where it can dig sup a record or records elsewhere to ventilate in the newspaper contro versy now on in Nogales. It is not necessary. The record made right here in ISogales, within a year, is amply sufficient. The sometimes Daily Newn has discovered a mare's nest, with a goodly sized egg therein one as large as the pumpkin the Irishman bought for a "mare's egg." "The articles of incorporation of The Oasis Printing House, Incorporat ed, are not on file in the county recorder's! office." The Oasis office has a certified copy of the docu ment which makes the usual show ing that it has been filed. If the editor of the sometimes daily cir cular don't know how or where to find the document it is no fault of The Oasis. Seven personals and a petty slur at the editor of The Oasis com prised the "Local News" in the sometimes Daily News Monday. On that day there was enough of local interest to till at least a page of the little circular if its publisher knew aught of newspaper work or had any desire to give people what he asks them to pay for. Still, the same 'issue piteously begs people to boycott, on account of its politi cal principles, a newspaper that, gives dollar for dollar in its busi- ness transactions. Most people do not care to pay a dollar for five .cejitb' worth of service. Instead of holding ill will toward The Oasis, which was in duty bound to protect its own business and revenues, the alleged editors of the Times and News both should condemn those who encouraged them in undertaking the hopeless task of floating daily newspapers in Nogales. The Oasis man had fceen through that mill in Califor nia (in towns much larger than Nogales), where he was financially ground into the dust. Had the worthies who have made miserable ftziles of both the alleged daily newspapers in Nogales been pos sessed of sufficient sense to have asked the advice of a newspaper man tiny would not now be "hold ing the bag." Those who roped them into a losing game should re ceive their displeasure, not The In that mare's nest he has dis covered about the alleged absence of the articles of The Oasis Print ing House, Incorporated, from the wi I -! ,i ' ': if (iHinii)'' a I : i inw- pap-r, to h.ive ra i.-il upon him the 'tjjjjj JJJJ 'JJJ ' aui" - v "j - ' " " " ' " " " in official proof. of r,M own U:uttmtttttttttttiitttt ot the law a he construes it. v rotn j c the certified copy of the articles, in ' H2 The Oasm office, and as published ( in The Oasis, there could be ouot-!i GUAYMAS, SuNQRA, MEXICO ed the record book and page where- -5 in the document was recorded; but; that will not be done here. If thei gentleman falls into manv such 1 55 legal traps his reputation as a cap- 2S auie lawyer win sutler tully as much as has already his reputa tion as a journalist. Is not The Oasis to Arizona ex actly what the "copperhead" of civil war times was to the federal government? Sometimes Daily News. The parallel is the other way. The Oasis stands in the same rela tion as those loyal men in the south who supported the federal government against the secession of their own states. Admission of Arizona as a state (including New Mexico) is the declared policy of the federal government as enunci ated bv President Roosevelt, Sneak er Cannon and the Republican caucus in the House. The Oasis supports the declared policy of the federal government. The "copper head" of the civil war opposed the policy of the federal government. The Oasis editor then supported the policy of the government at Washington with a musket and a saber he was first an infantryman and then a cavalrvman. He now supports that same policy with voice and pen. Hotel Almada Dining Room LAUNCHES AD BOATS PROVISIONED fOR SAILING PARTIES ON THE GULF Write for Rates and Particulars ml, 2? TIT ardiner, VV orthen 4 uoss Co. COFFEE There's good coffee enough, and good-enough coffee. There's good-enough cof fee, and good coffee enough. You grocer reLurn your money if you don't lik Schilling' Beau We want ooo : to know if jrou are contemplating the purchase of ruin ing property-that we are in a position to supply you either in Arizona or Mexico or if you have mines to sell that we can place you in touch with a purchaser. We guarantee fair treatment to both parties. Arizona Mexico Investment Company, NOGALES. ARIZONA. b.V-V, I'YV V-V ' ' . ' v "'.-- 1 w v.- SOLD BY A. CARPENA O CO. NOGALES. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS. Mining and General Machinery. Air Pipe a Specialty. Electric Blasting Machines. Lubrication Oils and Paints Snell and Pierce Bicycles. GUSBKAU MIXU aSo am i li, suitliiss. Tucson, Arizona. THE BEST MADE ON EARTH. JLi Li ERMOSILLO BEER. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. T ru It not )T' jefv I V Jl va n ni i ut W d"F" IE L j COHEN BROS PROPS. Hermosillo, Son. 6 The Onlj First Class American Hotel In the City Table supplied with the best the Market affords, si . 11 1 J . . ' " w t I 1 , ! N. - It, IK - t ' - Accounts Solicited. Unexcelled Facilities Oilered. The First National Bank ol Nogales Capital Stock - $ 50,000. Sharenolders' Liability 50,000. Total Liability - - 100,000. Nooales, Arizona, u. S. ft; icriARDSON Brothers Company Mining Brokers, We handle the stock of the Bufa Mining, Milling & Smelting Co. We make a specialty of Mexican mining investments and mines in Sonora Mexico, in particular, ana solicit correspondence regarding same. 709-10 Lankershim Bldq., Los Angeles, Cal. oiM ETr'X7r'ra Mining Supplies, Groceties. Powder, Fuse.Etc. RAMON BSQUBR dentA" anSnMi?tuai La Colorada and Priraavera, Sonora. Foreign Exchange Life Insurance Co." BRANCH AT MA80AUKA. Bought and Sold.