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The oasis. [volume] (Arizola, Ariz.) 1893-1920, June 17, 1905, Image 9

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SANTA CKUZ COUNTY.
Saturday, jini'' 17.
SONORA SIFTMGS.
A Collection of Happening in the
State Over the Line.
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Sunday nifiht th north hound
passenger train ran over ;v nun at
Uarbo. It was the iiial Mory
asleep lying across the track.
Head and feet cut off.
The Douglas Daily Di patch of
Tuesday notes the reported sale of
El Tigre, the rich gold mine in the
Moctezuma district, to the Rocke
feller interests. The property was
fully described in The Oasis in
December, 1903.
The Sonora Gold Mining Com
pany, IX B. Maxwell, manager, has
recently acquired the Germania
mine at Minas Prietas, and is sink
ing two shafts, one by contract for
100 feet, the other by day's work.
They have a three-foot ledge of
fine looking gold ore.
At ProcQontorio the Promontorio
Consolidated Mining Company.. are
progressing with the work of sink
ing their new double compartment
shaft which is now down 200 feet.
A drift from the bottom is running
a distance of fifty feet, and at
thirty-five has cut a four foot vein
of high grade silver ore. As Roon
as the distance contemplated in
the drift is completed sinking will
be resumed.
At Copete, Friday last, Mr. Roy
Holmes, an American, engaged in
the work of setting new boilers at
the Copete mine hoist, was severely
hurt by the falling of the top of a
smoke stack which was being rais
ed into position. It was thought
that his back was broken, but
when Doctor N. K. Noon, who was
summoned, arrived from Nogales
Saturday morning, he allayed that
apprehension. Sunday evening the
doctor rt turned, leaving the in
jured man improving.
From the Moctezuma district
comes information of a deal where
by the York group of mines in that
region have been bonded to a syn
dicate of eastern capitalist at a
price of $2,000,000, gold. Mr. O.
L. Meer, manager of the Transvaal
Copper Mining Compmy, repre
sents the syndicate. They include
the Adios mine the Esmeralda and
the York. Assays from the -Hi
mines recently made, show an im
mense amount of rich gull ore
and the first tellurium ore found
in Sonora was discovered in the
the Adios. The properties cover
150 pertenencias and are consider
ed among the richest in Sonora.
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In the prop-Ttif- the Four)
Met lis Mining Company, ncur
Mowry, work i pro.'n'-sing satisfac
torily upon tvo long tunnels one
on the Hillside group of mines, the
other on the Gross group.
Mr. Charles A. Eperson of Gila
Bend and Miss Mi Kane of Pata
gonia vv re married at the home of
the bride's parents at Patagonia
Wednesday evening, by .Judge W.
A. O'Connor. Mr. Eperson is a
ranger and is well known through
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'Oil FOUIKlnj
onorcj
Iii exclianje for uD-to-date Line of
Men's Summer Clothing,
Plain and Fancy Shirts,
Latest Styie Hats, Shoes,
NECKWEAR AND EVERYTHING ELSE NEEDED BY
out southern Arizona. The bride man who wants to dress fashionably
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !0R WGRIK" CLOTHES.
James Kane of Patrgonia. After
the ceremony the wedding supper
was served by Mr. and Mrs. Kane
and the evening was spent in
dancing.
PATRIOTIC NEIGHBORS.
I. BURGOON,
HABERDASHER.
Brlckwood Building. Morley ave.
6. M.. BERNSTEIN,
They Invite Nogales People to Parti
cipate in Their Fourth of July
Doings.
Up in Mowry Camp they are
doing things and have announced
their intention to continue the do
ings till all preparations have been
made for a Fourth of July celebra
tion that will look like a Roman
festival. They are whispering to
their friends throughout the coun
ty that there will be the biggest
barbecue in Mowry Camp on that
day of all days to young America
that has ever been seen in this sec- j
tion of the great southwest. They !
are not at all modef-t in their i
boasting and even claim that the 1
dow of the Mowrv camnhre on the
nitrht of the Fourth will make our
southern neighbors believe they i
are being treated to an exhibition
of northern lights not forecasted in
the almanacs. All the lumber in
Mowry camp or within a radius of
twenty miles of that lively little
burs, which is not securelv nailed
down for other use, is being carted J
to the coolest corner of the
rmehlito. There all the available I
carpenters are putting in all their jjj
span- i;u;u . V'11"1 itfc "i me
people are acting as helpeis and
apprentices) erecting the largest
and coolest dancing pavilion ever
well the .largest ever. All the
vaqut:ro not otherwise employed
are out on the ranges rounding up
'yearling" t r the bar' cue. All the
merchants have ahvadv received
large orders for fireworks and the
secretary of war has been requested
to furnish 121) canons for the firing
of the morning salute to Old Glory
and Old Sol, the two greatest
things that ever rose.
General Brokerage and
Commission Business.
CANAKEA, SONORA, MEXICO. P.O. BOX 193.
Collections carefully made and
promptly. Drafts issued on all
parts of the world accounted for,
Real Estate, Insurance and Exchange.
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Woi:K IN 1IION' AM)
J'L'O.NZi: AM) makj:
A Sl'F.Cf ALTY OK 1!K
PAIRING DII'FKRK.NT
CLASSES OF MA
CHINERY For vvuh information
ADDRESS
Jose H. Aguilar,
Manager.
Calle de Morelia, No. 10.
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mex.
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I Banco Nacional de Mexico.
j Guaymas, Sonora, Mex.
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Hermosillo, Son., Mex.
A First Class American Hotel
iu an attractive City with an
Ideal Winter Climate.
Only ""P-vvti I -v-
C Houthern
Hoiii-m From Mnin lino
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Especirl Heles to Tcurists.
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Base Ball Dance Tonight.
The Diamond N baseball team of
Nogales, recently reorganized, will
give a dance at Armory hall to
night. The boys are preparing to
bring to Nogales for a game
a team from one of the neighbor
ing towns and the money raised at
the dance will be used to defray
the expenses of the visiting team.
Nogales has some good base ball
players and they would rather
play a game for the entertainment
of Nogales people on the Fourth of
July than go to some other town.
If arrangements can be made in
time they will play a game here
on that day. The Fort Huachuca
soldiers' team is spoken of and
will probably be invited to come
to here.
Custom House Blanks.
The Oasis office has printed and
keeps on hand for sale to importers
the following described United
States custom house blanks:
"Manifest of Goods in Boat of
Less Than Five Tons, Car or Other
Vehicle."
''Entry for Immediate Consump
tion." "Application, Under Oath, to
Enter Goods Without Certified In
voice." "Manifest of Merchandise Trans
ported in Bond."
All these blanks have received
approval by the United States cus
toms house authorities, and are
warranted correct.
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k Rock Drills
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Ask tor uUiitsiiit io. IV 2C 0',
THE
Drill, (held In the hand driPs I' to 6 ' pc ninutc.
1NGERS0LL-SERGEANT
DRILL COMPANY.
ilftRRY M. P&RRYt Manager.
121 San Franclsc St. EL PASO.
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iationaTf etal Company
Pays hlchect prices for nil cla es of ores, concentrate, niflttos, bullion ami pre
cipitates. F.r parti, ulnrs dlns us at Alamos, Sonora. Hermosillo.. Sonora.
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THE OAS
Has the Largest Circulation of Any
Weekly in the Southwest

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