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rmiMr.y frffs ft.- f8 1 i ', t-1 f 1 i v 1 1 1 ) Saturday, June 17, 1905. "Sonor Ilustrado. " flnn A'av Inst week wlifti the f Ilia tnmf'l i mff Ddiftf A'" appeared, a number of gentlemen were in the store of the Sonera News Co., and their attention was called to the fulmination the icho tor had given vent against "Sonora Ilustrado," a publication issued from The Oasis oflice, charging all kinds of offences against the editor of this journal. Vhv " said the manager of the Sonora News Co., "I have a large box full of those books in the back room." "Bring out a stack," said one of the gentlemen present, "and dis play them where they can be seen. The great lawyer-journalist will be along here pretty soon, and you can show them to him." The books were produced, piled upon the show case, and sure enough, in walked the idiotor shortly afterward. He was shown the pile of books, and when he saw the title and-The Oasis imprint upon the first one, he turned red, and blurted out: "But that is not the book I meant." And all gave him the horse laugh, while he sneaked out look ing as though he felt very small. Commenting upon the matter afterward one of the prominent business men of Nogales asked The Oasis man: "What did the poor fool mean? Not only was "Sonora Ilustrado" issued from The Oasis office, but since then you have put out three more valuable publications about Sonora,"' "Yes," was the replv , "and you can add that there is a fourth work now in press, and preparation is continually going on for a fifth which will be larger and more complete than anything which has ever heretofore been published about Sonora." The poor lunatic "put his foot in it" in the matter of "Sonora Ilustrado," as he has done in everything he has attempt to do in Nogales to date. 1 1 ititii' 1 ! V Mil" 1 " b w) "r-idiotof . I', H. Sifn tit'1 nb'iv' WrM in tvp? we have If-ari" d in u u n,i paid all druind-, find th" water has been turned on. Don't Speak All at Once. When the idiotor of the some times Daily Sen' net up his alleged printery iast year be took orders for a couple of thousand cards for candidates, and pome other job work. Not having the stock to fill the orders he had the gall to come to The Oasis office to get the blank stock; and the young man then in cnarge of the stock room very inadvisedly lei nun have on credit about eighteen dol lars worth of good 4 for which this office paid cash. And they were to fill orders that would nave come to The Oasis office had he not butted into the printing business. This office has never yet been able to get paid the full amount of the account for those goods. Bills have been presented time and again, and the collector did suc ceed i n getting about eight dollars at one time. But there are yet ten dollars due, which we opine we will have to lose unless some of the cwnilpmftiv who siarned notes to raise money to start the great law-yer-idiotor into the newspaper and printing business, come to the center and make good for him. How is it gentlemen? Will you liquidate the balance due? Don't speak all at oncel Just come around one at a time and each pay your little pro rata, the way you will have to do on the notes. The Bluff Failed. Having failed to pay his water rent for some time the Nogales Water Co., last week shut off the water from the d welling of the lawyer-idiotor of the sometimes Daily News. Then he went down and settled the account, but would not pay in advance for the current month as is the rule nor would he nav s ' the fee of one dollar, in such cases j exacted for again turning on the water. "I demand that vou turn on that water," he commanded, with a flashing eye, a flushed face and an imperious tone. "I refuse to do so," quietly re plied the president of the Water Co. "Then I will make you." "Well, when you make me I will do it," said Mr. Ephraim; "but I will first find if the law can compel me to give credit where I don't wish to do so." "But water is a necessary of life, and you must supply it." "So are meat and groceries, but you can find no law which will compel a dealer to sell you either on credit, when he does not want to do so." So the conversation ended, and up to thi-s writing the water is not &C8 'mm mem II t Wm'i Every man, woman and child may enjov ihe healthiest of pastimes, shooting with tha STEVENS The firearms that insure perfect sport, temuse they never disappoint splcn IM firms in e-ery '' I'uilt in nil suitable si es an ( veichts. ASK VOIR IJUAI.KR FOX THE STEVENS. A pre:it Look of 141 pares of intcrrfii? articles on hunting, ttrcet shooting, etc, 1'KEE. Enclose 4 cents t-j cover postage. J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. I O. Box too cmcor-EE falls, mass., c. s. a. 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