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'. ' f i ' .i -!;; i it-i I i , MM I. ! V O ! ! , ' T Metal Out vUtions. Folio.vih,..' am lhc market quota-! lalioii- mi n;clals for toduv. Cnnper ( E. Cathode) IbKi.ob Lead, per 100 lb.-. 1.00-4.70 Silver, jier .., 2J ets. j New York City, Kxohango 1.02 ! Pesos. Bullion value 47 Mex. Dol. (local) 49 i .American - Dollar 2.02 Mexico Citv Exchange 2,02 Is ' ! 1 6 v V!r!;iy 1', ! i . i yv, i ;; 1 ;:!,;(! i ) ,, (,!',',! ' '' L'.l iv l.l'ti. .' ! know-, ail ,hout tl.t ),: s . ( w, O'llJ. -!-! r live Chi .'ill lie- All and lender the On Monday Albert K. Moj NOGALES NOTES. The Absolutely Pure aider L. T. Bristol. Dentist, Marsh HJdg "Uncle Jimmy" Rusher was over from Mowry this week. Mrs. Mark Lulley, piano and Kinging. tf. Yesterday Mr. J. I). Welles, chief deputy in the U. S. Marshal's j office, was at Nogales on ' official j business, j Score card? for the new rame of j Five Hundred for sale by the So nor a News company. tf Mr, and Mr?. X. J. Tener, of Magdalena, were at Nogales Wed nesday evening, returning home from California. Fon Sale Second hand buggy, in good condition. Cheap. Apply at The Oasis tf. "' Monday evening Mr. J. II. Tal bot of the America mine at Cana nea, was at Nogales. Tuesday he returned to Cananea. Mr. Jesus Saldomando, pro prietor of the American Drug rtore, is having the interior of his place of business remodelled. "The American Gentleman" the finest and handsomest shoe for gentlemen's wear, at the lied House, Ramon Vasquez. Wednesday Mr. Oscar Ashburn, manager for the Empire Cattle Co., was in from the Pennsylvania ranehe, above Crittenden. 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 Thursday morning Judge Doan went to Tombstone to hear a case, in chambers, returning yesterday evening, accompanied by Mrs. Doan. Alfalfa and barley hay for sale, in quantities to suit, delivered on board the cars &t Calabasas. Ad dress W. II. Walker, Calabasas, Arizona. Yesterday Dr. S. T. Haffner, Major J. A. Cooper and Mr. D. L. Fickes, directors and officials of the Richfield Mining company, Made of Cream of Tartar, and Free From Alum or Phosphaiic Acid Royal Baking Powder renders bread, biscuit, cake and all flour foods finer and more healthful. 4 4 Baking powders made from alum, phosphates and other harsh, caustic acids are lower in price, but they are injurious to the stomach. r sd ( m y i I f v '--.,1 i t 3 The iniurious effect of alum on the mucous coat of the stomach is positive and beyond dispute; it is both an irritant and an astringent. The use of alum in any article of food or article used in the preparation of food should be prohibited." JOHN C WISE, M.D., Medical Inspector. U S. Navy. were at Nogales, returning from Wednesday Nogales was visited their camp, which is in the Uxes by Mr. T. E. Pomeroy who is district of Sonora. ! general manager for the New York Worda v Mr.' C. 11. Wnt.nn nf ! Life -Insurance Company on the La Dura, was at Nogales en route west coast of Mexico, his territory tn P.. f t ,,,1C, embracing Lower California, to vananea, or a stiort ijusmess i c. . , ... visit. The gentleman was companied by his family. ac" Sinaloa and Sonora. M'.ted Strips C.nul awet, -.vent ea-t on his unnual leave t.f ai-enee and will be rbsent until aliout Christ j mas. The consulate is under the charge of the able and efficient ! vice consul, Mr. Albert W. Brick- i wood. i I Thursday evening Mr. A, F. Tarin, paying teller of the Banco I de Sonora, at Herrnosillo, arrived tat Nogales to conduct the affairs of the Nogales branch during the absence of the local manager, Mr. II. Bartning, who goes away on a short vacation. Thursday evening Mr. J. F. Ten nant returned from New York, J where he has been successful inplac lirgthe Suerte mining properties in the l'ianehas de Plata region, upon j which he has been doing develop j ment work many months with a ! slendid showing. I Mr. J. F. Tener and sister, Mis--, i Tener, accompanied by Mr. Tener a S small boy, John, were in Nogales ! last Saturday. Mr. Tener went to California on l)usin.ess and lis- Tener and the boy, after spending fa few (lavs in the line city, re turned to Magdalena. Mrs. John Duss, of Brooklyn, New York, wife of a noted musical celebrity, who is interested in mining in the Magdalena district, was at Nogales early this wttk, returning home to New York from a visit to the properties. Wednes- !nnM Pmilin K ni e rl iVy.V i , P ' T ,n 1 J ay mor liing the lady started on Wednesday Mr. II. C. Rolfe, i ,,.,i, i her iournev home. f 11 uiu (iv-ii,)'! rsruiri-i f:i m in l"',nunu,t.,H 01 uiw csuua j Magdalena to meet his chief, ivuugiu tin mines near coy o pa-, wab -,v. at rsogaies enroute to tucson,; 1 t wnere nis iamtiv now rtsuie. Col- Doctor N. K, Noon is in receipt Juan Fenochio, returning ; of a letter ffom i.;s f:lthe:. Caill om the City of Mexico, where he ! 1 j vAnn wi,(. now thP ! went on . official; business several i i' ' f n .PrhtPr Mrs. F AT Yesferdaw morning Mr. BraceyJ weeks aco. . Lowden, in Walla Walla, Wash- Curtis, cashier of the First Nat- Rev. Father Duval, who. during ' ington. In making ths journey lonal Lank went to Los Angeles the absence of Rev. Father Meufer, ! from . Nogales the Captain and for a short business visit, lie wUlwas in ch.lrge (Jf )le Catholic !Mrs. Lowden visited several days return next week. j church here, left Wednesday for a jin.' Bukerstield, ' California. The Mr. T. W. Foster, superintend-! two weeks' trip to the Grand : old gentlemen writes his son that )nt at Todos Santos carmi. out be-i Canon. He was aecomnaniee, as be "likes Walla Walla very mucn, yond the. Yaqui river, in the far as Tucson by Father Meurer, j and will slay and grow up Sahuaripa district of Sonora, was j and will return to Nogales after the country." a visitor at Nogales this week. with Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Van Mourick . are visiting in Cananea, where the ! gentleman is overlooking the bus-j iness of the branch store of the Sonora News Co. at that place. j i Customs Inspector T. J. O'Keefe ' went to Tucson yesterday to check ;g up the contents of a carload of' bonded goods, enroule, the seals ; of which were found to have been I broken before reaching that place. trsmmxsmwimxBBiSBSi I : si if A V TJ t r?7 Z- No Stropping, No Honing. Beautifully Finished - Triple Silver Plated. Adapts itself to any beard, shaves as smooth as velvet, never pulls, scrapes, cuts, or even irritates the most tender skin. Thursday morning Doctor W. F. Chenoweth started for New York where he expects to remain two or three weeks, and 'will then return to Nogales for a short time to attend important business here. Mr. raid Mrs. J. Kissinger, both of whom have experienced long and severe illness, with typhoid fever, are now convalescent and Thursday Mr. Kissinger was on the street the first time in many weeks. Monday evening Mrs. M. F. Perrv of La Colorada, who had been visiting in California several; months, arrived at Nogales return ing home. She remained at the linecitv over niaht the guest of Mrs. N" C. Ranks; Iate4 Every Blade Will Shav S3 gV Sliarp from 20 to 40 Times '4 e1 fir mom NEWS 60., Wooales, Arizona. National Isfai Oompany i n ! : - 1-Mv hi','lu-s. "rices f.r ui! cIks-.'s ol ore!. roiuvntrHt't-, iuhU-s, bui.!n mu ire- i -litiit. s. Fur j'Krtu-uSri niart'ss us at V.mnos. s!i'ni. l.vrn miO, .-onura. Itf.ug :., Arizoua, c.t A. 1.. Lrvi KiciwTAi Agont. Xora'.c-. Arizona.