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FIRST PAYMENT MADE.
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Rich Miner In Altjr District of So
nora Change Owner.
Monday La Iilx-itad and
Com pan a tie Oro ininff, in the
iiiar district oi rtnor;i, wert
transferred from the origin
!) Keei;l hiSiirf -f the f lit"
will he t he a i h i t jon (if old relies
and euri'H. I'aui lirizzanl has
agreed to care fur these articles
and they will he s-dmwn in the
Woman's Department. Everv
,j j person who has any article that
owner. Mr. Francisco Zeneda of 'would he of interest, is requested
Altar, to La Lihertad Mining & j communicate with Mr. Brizzard.
Milling Company, and Mr. Zepeda
received his monev for the first!
These mines are conceded to he i
The Fair management is ar
ranging for an amusement street
on the fair grounds on the order of
among the most valuable prop- j t, - ' n. . ,lfTn t, .,
erties in the Altar district, jat gt Loui; an1 the &t pf.)rt
The new owners have made ar-ilandfbut the tn;et ha9 nf)t yet
rangements for development work. beenname(L In order to get he
and improvements to be made dur- j po3sible nam Mr. P. A.
ing the next six months that wiU Tharaldj,on the superintendent of
necessitate an outlay o .000.; Us and ivile i3 offed
The work as mapped out consists jas a ize freJ, admi;,icm to all th
of the construction of a pipe line sho t0 the person who suggests
from hi Zoni, six miles, to the the name thattis adopted. ery.
mines; increasing the capacity o ' ig invited t0 wrte Mr. Thar
the mil and doing underground a,d80n and make their suggestion.
i Ul r. i llillICO fal-lClfc VYlil VCIJ i
up a part of the large body of ore
in sight. When the work is com
pleted the properties will be heavy
producers. La Libertad Mining &
.Milling Company is composed
partly of Nogalea gentlemen, the
members being: Hal. .V. Sisty,
president and manager; Dr. Ray
Ferguson, vice president; PI E.
Pope, Parkersburg, Y V., treas
urer; Earl Griswold, secretary;
Territorial Fair Notes.
The railroad .'companies have
agreed to give passenger rates of
two (2) cents per mile each way
during the fair and this exception
ally low rate will enable every
1 h- 4 attend and they are all
The first day of the fair will be
m;. ie ftMi to the school children
of the HMritory and they are all
invited to he present on that day
as there will be a large school ex
hibit. This should be an inter
esting day to scholars and teachers
They Want Judge Ooan.
The Bisbee Miner asserts that
the people of Cochise county gen
erally wish to have Judge Doan
reappointed. The same assertion
may be truthfully made with re
gard to the eople of Santa Cruz
county. In a popular election
Judge Doan would receive a tre
mendous majority against any can
didate for the position.
The harness races during the
fair will doubtless be the best ever
held in the territory. The large
stakes are attracting the fast
horses from all over the country
and the new track has proven a
great surprise to even those who
claimed it would be fast. Some of
the horsemen think it will be the
fastest in the United States and it
The Oasis in Demand.
Last week The Oasis printed
two hundred extra copies, and the
demand was so great for Mr.
Ephraim's article that all speedily
disappeared. After the forms had
been distributed there came a
telegraphic order for 500 copies.
It will be necessary to reproduce
the article and engraving in the
future, which will be done shortlv.
It takes but an instant to
know good coffee ; one doesn't
have to be taught,
Your grocer returns your money if you don't
like Shilling's Best. 30
MRS. E. L. CROWELL
Graduate of the New England
Conservatory of Music, Boston.
voice - nno - h ui now
f Tho falifornia, Fruit, f!o.l
Importers and Wholesale ami Retail Dealers in it'
I'RISSH FIS, OYSTISRS, LOBSTBRS,
ft Largest and Best Stock of Fancy Candies in town.
CR.XIiS ASD SURIMIS
liVBRY TUnSlAY AXO FRIDAY
ft Sonora Orders Given Special Attention.
We Cater to F ine Fa mil v Trade.
'PHONE 121 f
' $SZ - J"' s"- j. S- &:
HE'LL SOON BE HERE
i litirsuay, inov. a
Paviil f.ufh, repnentiny STltAFS 1U10S.. Chicago Tailurp,
will bi liMff with the li'"'.-t line if woolens in the
country, ivinu' you an exceptional opportunity to order vour
NFW FAhh CI.OTHKS to the bet possible advantage, it's a
real treatjust like moving t he establishment of Straus Hros.
down here for a few days. The special representative from
Chicago will take your measure.
THE BOSTON STORES
L. B. FLEISCHER. PropV
Houses Nogales, Arizona; Cananea, Sonora; Guaymas, Sonora.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour,
Etc. Liquors. Family Trade
Afc&nt for Jtlhhnrd Sovtrinu?
Nogales . . Arizona.
HENRY COHEN, Prop.
Saloon and Restaurant.
International Street Opposite Depot. Negates, Arizona.
cc jnrxin j THE BEST mDE 0N EmiL i:x:t x );;r:
Va -w V. y
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
iictiARDSON Brothers Company
We handle the stock of the Bufa Mining, Milling Smelting Co.
We make a specialty of Mexican mining investments and mines in Sonora
Mexico, in particular, and solicit correspondence regarding same. . . . .
709-10 Lankershim Bldq., Los Angeles, Cat.
EL PASO ROUTE
Texas and Pacific Railway
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The Night Kxpress leaves El l'a,() Daily at 5 :50 r. m., Mountain time, polid
vcstihuled train throgli to New Orleans, Shreveport and St. Louis without
change. Carries through sleepers Los Angeles to St. Loui, Shreveport, New
Orleans and intermediate points. Direct connections made for all points
North, Ka.t and Southeast. Ask your local agent for schedules, rate and
other ijifonnation, or address R. W. CURTIS, Southwestern Tassenger Agent.
L. G. LEONARD, Kl Phso, Texas.
1 raveling 1-uenser Agent. E. P. TURNER, Gen. Passenger Agent
EI Paso, Texas, DallasTexas.
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.
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