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Saturday, July :, 1905. Metal Quotations. Following are the market nuot tations on metals for today. Copper (K. Cathode) II. l'.g Lead, per 100 lbs. 4.M-4.70 Silver, per oz., ct. New York City, Exchange 1.02 Pesos. Bullion value 40 Mex. Dol. (local) . 494 American Dollar? 2.0$ Mexico City Exchange 2.01-2.1$ N0GALES NOTES. Interesting Items Gathered Around the Line Cities. A t'JAT7n OFHEALTH rtt- , P. V I'"' t' ( in r ? btlt I he I:m1v v.-i hi UiU)t. ,r m-'l Mr-, A. 1, f '1 , A f ; i r ? i! rii 1 ' Jt! 11 r 1 1 i ti r a j t ! '1 .( ! 1 v .:,:!, fhfff mm up (n?ii ih" -iith Mr. G. W. J I' c r -mtkr f,f S;ut fi", Ciliforisi.t, f riisTl v "p rati MJ.' Hi fiinr.l. who 'Billy" Colburn is back. L. T. Bristol, Dentist, Marsh Bldg. Tuesday Mr. Cirilo Ramirez went to Tucson. , Sunday Doctor and Mrs. W. V. Coombs were over from Lochiel. Mr. James Jones and Miss Ra faela Leon were married Thursday. Mies Anna Johnson of Calabasas was a visitor in Nogales Tuesday. Miss Anita Murieta is now be hind the counter in Proto Bro's store. Try Barnes' cakes, cookies, doughnuts and pies. They are the best yet. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lnlley returned from Cana nea. Last week Mr. B. Schwob of La Francesa, went to La Cananea op business. Sunday night Mr. W. Roberts of Hermosillo, was at Nogales en route to the east. Score cards for the new game of Five Hundred for sale by the So nora News company. tf Miss Isaura Mayoqui of Her mosillo, is visiting her friend, Miss Guadalupe Serrano. Room to rent. Large, airy room, in private residence, centrally located. Enquire at this office. It. Wednesday Mr. J. L. Sheperd went to Magdalena on business, returning at evening. Monday Mr. F. Truqqui, the Hermosillo confectioner was at No gales en route to California. Mr. W. N. Lester is building a cement stairway from the street into the basement of the Methodist church. Sunday evening Mr. H. H. Light came up from Hermosillo, and was at Nogales Monday. Tuesday he started for St. Louis. -4 1 !jjt 5- , 1 . Ito'Ji -I Air 1 tit 7 Ci hi trn-1 rye, cream, graham ami The wagon hous-e. I alwav- H"Ci. I'. irtit French, v. hoi- h-a t , home jn.!Ui breads, will call at our v. a - rctiiniiii'.' in Tt pic. .nmi' from a. viit Dovtor .. K. Maaruder of Her- : 1 : Im-cii visiting in : wck, arrived from the mosnlo, wl Tin.:?-)! thi Af"7 Abcolutdy Pure HAS HO SUBSTITUTE George K. French vs. L. B. Fleischer is the title of a suit tiled in justice court this week. It is a ciaiii: for legal services and adver tising, $01.80. old pueblo yesterday evening, and ( is. going to the Sonora capital to 1 morrow. Mr. John E. Mclntyre Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ramirez and children of Hermosillo. who ihave been visiting Mrs. Ramirez's rptnrnpfl mother, Madame Novion , nave ! Tuesday evening from a ten days' ! trip to the Rev del Oro mine, in the Magdalena district of Sonora, i in which he is interested. Monday and Tuesday The Oasis j editor was in lucson, on business, gone to Los Angeles for a month. Miss Marie them. Novion accompanied Lie. Jose Monteverde and wife of Hermosillo, were at Nogales Monday night, en route to Califor nia, For good, substantial service wear Hamilton, Brown & Co.'s "Patrol Shoe," sold at the Red House, Ra mon Vasquez. Mr. Miguel Gaxiola of Hermo sillo is here to spend the remain der of the hot season with his son Carlos. There will be a dance at Armory hall tonight, given by a number of young men in honor of their lady friends. Sunday night Doctor J. R. Magruder of Hermosillo was at Nogales en route to , Tucson on business. In the suit of A. R. Campillo against A. L. Peck, Justice Gildea decided in favor of the defendant Monday. Monday Sheriff Fowler, Captain O'Connor and Attorneys V. A. O'Connor and S. F. Noon went to and calling on converts to joint- .Tombstone to attend the habeas peace The Miss Maggie Maloney, sister of Mrs. James Rasmussen, left Tues day for Cananea, where she goes to visit her brother. statehood, who are becoming very plentiful in the "old pueblo." Mr. James F. Mclntyre, the in surance man, left Wednesday morning for his old home at Lon don, Ontario, Canada, where he will visit relatives for a few weeks. If you want first class work and', a reasonable price for cleaning clothes, take them to Beck, and not to the women who ought to be making ''enchiladas on a brasero." Sunday evening Mr. J. D. Castro president of the Banco de Sonora, arrived at Nogales en route to the City of Mexico accompanied by his family. Monday morning they re sumed their journey. All trains on the Sonora Rail way stop for dinner at the Depot Hotel at Carbo. Table supplied constantly with the best in the market. Joaquin Barcelo, proprie Los Angeles newspapers dated the 20th noted the death in that city on the day preceding of Major W. II . Bonsall, an insurance man well known all over Arizona, hav ing been a freauent visitor in all i 1 o Blanche Harris paid ner liquor j tne towns jn the territory. license. The lustice didn't care whether the boys in silk shirts paid their bills or not. "The American Gentleman" the finest and handsomest shoe for gentlemen's wear, at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Private lessons in Spanish and English, by Miss Delfina Rochin. The Berlitz method, the latest, most practical and most complete method, will be used. Translating done. No. 4o, Arizpe St., Nogalt-t, Sonora. corpus proceedings in the bond case, mentioned in Oasis last week. Sunday Mrs. Manuel Loiza and j Monday night Mr. Francisco and family were at Nogales en Tapia and family were at Nogales, route from Hermosillo to the J with a large party of Hermosiillo Tepahue hot springs. j people, en route to Los Angeles for , ,.T r j the hot weather. Mr. J. r. lolin, ounuay ir. u in. 1 owns uuu family were visitors at Nogales. Mr. Powprs is stenographer in the office of the S. P. at'Tucson. V" Ml SIfiMK5 for mon who toil .if- Just arrived. My fall and winter samples in endless variety, prices to induce everybody to get clothes made to order. Beck, the tailor. whose wife, a daughter of Mr, Ta pia, was a member of the party, went as far as Tucson, returning home from that place. Leandro Leon was arrested Mon day night and Tuesday paid a fine of $10 in Justice Gildea's court. Leandro had emptied the contents of a large size bottle of mescal down hia throat, then proceeded to demolish the furniture in hia home. Wednesday Nogales was visited by Mr. H. E. Pratt of Los Angeles, the contractor to erect an office building for Wells, Fargo & Co. at this place. He 13 also to build a similar structure for that company at El Paso. He will put that up first, and then return to Nogales to carry out the contract here. $41.95 to Denver, Colo.. a:d re turn account Epworth League, Grand Aerie Fraternal Order of. Eagles, American Osteopathic As sociation and National Encamp ment Grand Army of the Republic. Sale dates June o0 to July 4 in clusive, return limit July 12. Sale dates Aug. 12 and 13, return limit Aug. 21. Sale dates Aug. 30 to Sept. 4th inclusive, return limit Sept. 12. W. G. Bowman, Agent. The Red Men's smoker Monday evening was a very successful and enjoyable affair. Mr. R. S. Halke, Grand Junior Sagamore, was a. visitor and in the course of the evening the gentleman gave an account of the work ot the grand lodge. Brother Petters told an Indian story in a most inimitable manner, and Junior Sagamore E. D., Miller also contributed to the gayety of the occasion by telling several very funny stories. Those present all agreed it was one of the. most enjoyable social occasions ever given by Papago tribe. w 11111 i u The new game of Five Hundred is having a great run all over the country. Score cards for sale by the Sonora News company. tf Sunday Governor Rafael Yzabal and family arrived from Hermo sillo, in the special car Ahumada, en route to Cananea, , to which place they went Monday. Mr. Charles Casteel returned Saturday from a ten days' sojourn at Hermosillo, where he went to recuperate after an interesting en counter with a substance known to the medical fraternity as arsenic. He is as once more as much alive as he ever was and has resumed his position behind the bar at the Monte Carlo. WE ARE EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR "The Fox Typewriter IN ARIZONA AND SONORA, MEXICO. 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