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The oasis. [volume] (Arizola, Ariz.) 1893-1920, October 07, 1905, Image 7

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Metal Quotations,
Following an- tin- market quo?;
tations on iin-tiils for today,
Copper (K.Catlio.;-) lhn;.:0
Lead, per 100 11.,-. .',M.70
Silver, p-r oz., Cl i ct r.
New York City, Exchange 1.02
Pesos. Bullion value 47
Mex. Dol. (local) 49$
American Dollars 2.02
Mexico Citv Exchange 2.02
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L. T. Hristol, Dentist, Marsh Bid?.
Mrs. Frank A. Athearn is dan
gerously ill.
Mrs. Mark Lulley, piano and
singing. , tf
Mr. Walter Fortune is a visitor
at the county seat.
Tuesday Doctor J. R. Magruder
was up from Hermosillo on busi
ness. Score cards for the new game of
Five Hundred for sale by the So
nora News company, tf
Inspector George P. Jones, alter
a few days of illness, was able to be
out Thursday,
Mr. Wm, T. Towers of Patagonia
it in town in attendance on court
as a trial juror.
Miss Grebe, who taught n the
Nogales school last year, U now
teaching in Cananea.
For Sale Two thoroughbred
pedigreed Angora goats. Inquire
at The Oasis office.
Captain W. A. Carpenter, of the
line inspectors, has returned from
a three weeks' outing.
For Sale Second hand buggy,
in good condition. Cheap. Apply
at The Oasis. tf.
Mrs. Bursich and daughter, Miss
Martha, were visitors in the city
Thursday from Parkers canyon.
Wednesday Mr. Earl Griswold,
special deputy collector of cus
toms, made a business visit at
Tucson.
"The American Gentleman", the
finest and handsomest shoe for
gentlemen's wear, at the Red
House, Ramon Vasquez.
Mrs. Margeret Igo, from the
Huachuca country, was a visitor
at Nogales this week, having legal
business to transact.
Messrs H. S. Eberle and C. W.
Ekrle left yesterday for the Pro
montorio mine, where they will
remain about a week.
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hoard this w.'-k to rv- Hunt;!.
('in county as a pr-in-l j iriT.
Deputy Sin -riff Fran!-; M. T.-jrker,
who guards tbc p";ic- (,f Mf.viyv
and Salcro, came into town :
attend court tbis week and wa
given the pn.-t of honor a buliltof
the grand jury.
Tuesday evening Sergeant Old
of the rangers went westward, hop
ing to head off a couple of nis
who were reported to have killed
two other men at Silver Bell
were running for Mexico.
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Mr. Fernando Saldamando re
turned Wednesday from a two
week's trip down in Sonora in the
interest of the Boston Stores.
Gents' and boys' clothing and
underwear, stylish, cheap and dur
able at the Red House, Ramon
Vasquez,
Tuesday Mr. J. E. Wise of Gala
basas, started a drive of 500 head
of cattle to Tucson, whence they
will be shipped to California.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
LuisProto returned from California,
where they had been several week's
leaving their sons there in school.
Mr, Ben Goodrich, of Tombstone,
the leader of the Cochise county
bar, 1ms been at Nogales this week
engaged in cases before the courts.
Alfalfa and barley hay for sale,
in quantities', to suit, delivered on
board the ears i t Calabasas. Ad
dress W. II. Walker, Calabasas,
Arizona.
Mr. Harry B. Riggs, superin
tendent of the Sanford ranehe in
the S . poita cation region, has been
serving on the grand jury this
week.
Once tried; always ued. Barnes'
rye, cream, French, whole wheat,
graham and home made breads.
eay.3 that had he dreamed what
was to happen he would not have
cleaned the gun last week.
Mr. Tom Parker, the prize
Tuesday evening Mr. J. D.
j Sdvder, of Los Angeles, who has
been out in the Milpais region,
west from Carbo, where he bus
valuable mining interests, returned
to Nogales and has been here since
that time.
Two days were occupied by the
countf board of supervisors, Mon
day and Tuesday, in auditing de
mands and examining the monthly
reports of county officers this
week. Nothing else of importance
came before the supervisors during:
the session.
Thursday Sheriff Fowler was
called up on the telephone by Tuc
son officers and asked to be on the
lookout for a Mexican desperado
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bronco buster of the San Rafael , u 11 MlwVl -
ranch, was a visitor in town dur-
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ing the week, attending the dis
trict court.
Mr. Will Igo, who is now clerk
ing in the Copper Queen store at
Douglas, has been at Nogales this
week, a witness in a case in the
district court.
Mr. Richard Farrel, of Har
shaw, former chairman of the
board of supervisors of Santa Cruz
county, was a visitor at the county
seat Thursday.
The Oasis is in receipt of a sup
ply of joint-statehood buttons, and
has been passing lliem out. Quite
a number are in evidence, proudly
worn upon the coat lapels of well
known citizens.
For good, substantial service wear
Hamilton, Brown & Co.'s "Patrol
Shoe," sold at the Red House, Ra
mon Vasquez.
Yesterday Mr. L. C. Friend of
the Sonorense Prospecting Sc De
veloping Company, went to Her
mosillo, whence he will go to the
Yaqui river on business for the
company.
Messrs Owen Walker of Calabas
as and Jesse Marleau of Nogales
have gone to California with a
trainload of cattle shipped by J. E.
Wise.
Yesterday Mr. E. E. Bethel, the
Washington and Patagonia mer
chant, returned to Washington
Camp, going over in a "choo-choo
wagon."
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
tor. '
Tuesday night the store of Sco
ville fe Beck, near the post office
was burglarized, the thieves carry
ing away a lot of canned goods,
and a shot gun. Charley Bock
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cans participated in the holdup
and one was captured. The sec
ond was supposed to have headed
this way.
A gentleman who is visiting hi
Nogales has complained to The
Oasis at the way in which men
who are old enough to know better
will crowd themselves in front of
the line at the post office window
when they should go the end of.
the line and await their turn. He
says that the practice is unsup
portable. The officials inside can
not see what is going on outside or
it would not be allowed.
Mr. and Mrs. Bane de Saint Leu
and the lady's sister, .Miss Marie -Gorosavi,
left Wednesday morn
ing for Santa Rosalia, Lower Cali
fornia. They came hre six weeks
ago and while the gentleman at
tended to business matters in
Tucson the ladies -were guests of
friends, in Nogales, Sonora. Mr.
Saint Leu is a commission mer
chant of Santa Rosalia, where he
resides. Miss Gorosavi, a charm
ing and accomplished young lady,
is & resident of Mulege, Lower
California.
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