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Ii I I I ) ()) ?'r cj ' I! A Ii'l r i ' 'ill ( (,'.'., .1 S.iturd.i v, ' ' ' ' mi.' r i Mr Amv Uu h-' , i r ) d f fr fiiiin L- A r : i Ir 1 V. ad I , ! J f, V f Mrxi:.. i -' 'J ; i j .( ( ' j t y i, Metal uotM3n. Following : re thr m;irk 1 o,to!a t.itiofM (ni irii-!;i Is f!r tuil.i y. Copp.T (K.Cathude) IS is. pT lb. Lad, per 100 lbs. l.;0i.7 Silver, per ., ':'. . cts. New York City, Exchange 1 AYl Pesos. liullijti value 47 Mex. Dol. (local) .'() American Dollars 2.0-' Mexico Citv Exchange 2.02 ) . . V- 1 f ;1 J. .'7..,. civ W v JT csa NOG ALES NOTES. a L. T. Mrlst.nl. Dentist, Marsli Hid,? Monday Mr. A. A. Monteverde of Herrnosillo, was a visitor at Xj gales. Mr. James F. Mclntyre, after a six weeks' visit at his old home in Canada, has returned to Nogales. Mill man and amalgamator wants a job. Ap.' at The Oakis oll'iee. Sunday County Recorder Phil Herold went over to Washington Camp returning Monday evening. Wednesday Messrs. George W. Atkinson and W. J. N.MeCurdyof -Calabasas, went to Tucson to pass Thanksgiving. Fon Sale Second hand buggy, in good condition. Cheap. Applv at The Oasis. tf. Last Saturday Mr. E. F. Harris, a mining operator developing the Prornontorio mine, near El Tiro, was a visitor at Nogales. Wednesday evening Doctor A. C. Wright, from Sahuaripa, arriv ed at Nogales, to visit a few days with his mother, Mrs. S. A. Brown. Heavy black - cardboard for mounting photographs for sale at The Oasis ollice. Mr. Charles Benham, one of the veteran mining men of the Pacif ic Coast, known ail the way from Alaska to Panama, was a visitor at .Nogales lhursday. Mr. George B. Marsh is erecting a new brick building with three stores, in the space between the post office and the Fulton market. Two of them have been engaged al read y. . ScorJ cards for the new game of Five Hundred for sale by the So nora News company, tf The cold weather in the north is driving people to warmer climates, and hardly a day passes without there being several in Nogales, en route to Guaymas and Hermosillo for the winter. Postponement of the territorial fair until after the holidays, rend ered necessary by the floods in the DISTINCTIVELY A CREAH OF TARTAR BAKING-POWDER ' It does not contain an atom of phos phatic acid (which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum (which is one-third sulphuric acid) sub stances adopted for other baking powders because of their cheapness. Salt river valley, would have been 'On account of the washout at the Hermosillo bridge, which held up traffic on the road several days, it was Thursday noon before he Mr. A. Allande, formerly man-i reached Nogales. ager of the Nogales branch of the better had the time been set after the holidays. Many will not leave their homes during holiday week. extensive mercantile establish ment of Albert Steinfeld, now tra veling for the same house, was a visitor to the line citv. Thursday evening Mark Lulley returned from Los Angeles, called home by telegraph to attend an important business transaction. Mrs. Lullev remained in the City Gents' and boys' clothing and ! of the Angels a few days longer, underwear, stylish, cheap and dur-s but will be home shortly able at the Red House, Ramon! Vasquez. j Wednesday evening Mr. Last week Mr. Ignacio Bonillas 'returned from an extended visit in Fred 1 the eastern and southern states, Gerstly of San Francisco, who has at Hermosillo a branch house in having been all the way from Flo rida to. Boston. His son Ignacio the hide trade, was at Noga-, Bonillas Jr., is now in Massachu les, en route to the Sonora capital, J setts School of Technology. nn liiu u ii i-i i I'll viot. rf instiMPtinn I " " Alfalfa and barley hay for sale, commission, Mr. W. S. Oranz, president of , in quantities to suit, delivered on hoi ntly with Isew Mexico is tne board the cars i.t Calabasas. Ad-! only way can ee 10 Sel sucu a dress W. H. Walker, Calabasas, j governing body. Arizona. LIk- Mih.-trrb, Tonight, at. the Bainin i pi t:i ho'i. i'. A lull malt? (horn--. New ni.d up-to-date music. Banjo Solni.ts. Visti iday Mr. Bird qualified as clerk of the district court, and is now in possession of the ollice. Major J. H. Stout was appointed ami qualified as deputy clerk.' Thursday Mr. E. II. Evans, for merly of The Oasis, now with the Washington Trading Co., at Pata gonia, was a visitor at Nogales. He was accompanied by Mr. L. G. Moore, and in the forenoon the two gentleman paid this ollice a friend ly call. Wednesday there came from the northern part of the territory a telegraphic request to forward one thousand copies of The Oasis of last week, with the reply of Mr. Bird to the backdown of Colonel J. F. Wilson, and Mr. Ephraim's letter on joint-statehood. The gentleman sending the request de clared Its the telegram that the artVt)lrw,ar )reat educators and seniment : builders." He h one of the most prominent business men in northern Arizona, and his com mendation is certainly a high compliment. Will be at the Ramirez The ater Tonight. Mr. Thomas D. Casanega of Cal abasas, was a visitor at Nogales Wednesday. Mr. Casanega thinks the stand of The Oasis upon joint statehood is about right, and, while having said nothing about it, has long thought so. He says he can not see why the railroad should charge forty cents per hundred on freight from Tucson to Nogales, and sixty-eight cents to Calabasas, which latter point is ten miles nearer. He thinks Arizona needs a railway commission with the constitutional power of the Texas and in statehood Elks' Minstrels theZambona Development Com pany, operating Minas Nuevas, near Alamos, has been at Nogales several days this week, returning to Sonora from a business visit in Los Angeles. m Monday night an attempt was! ade at robbery of the Brown COFFEE lodging house, a trunk neing car- Fine candies at the International J ried out and opened by a lodger. Drug store. Lownev's and Gun- bulk and in fancy w. 1111 "'l, :, ror man r w ho was supposed to have a con-j ant bad coffee; federate. 1 he sale ot Air. brown was opened also, but nothing was taken. from it. In the trunk were some valuables, but the i i 1 1 T"iw IT ?! 'fivUaUtLLL I 8 V v X 1 I .5 ! j thers, in tackages. Governor Ysabal of Sonora pas sed through Nogales yesterday morning, enrouie from Hermosillo to the City of Mexico, to see Vice President Ramon Corral, who is re ported to be seriously ill. Mr. Pete Johnson came up from M n ml :) 1m si Th iirer 1 n v . n nil will irn to Los Angeles and New ork. When he returns from the east he i it expects to accompany a party ot eastern mining men on a trip to Smaloa. Is i 6 Wednesday and Thursday Mr.il Al. Wakelield, from Tombstone,'! ! was in Nogales, going to Guaymas i j for the sake of the wanner weather - S there the rule at this season. He has been suffering from severe colds, and was threatened with pneumonia lesterday be went to;B j" ffO f his destination. ii Wt r i fi ! t) Mr. W. G. Bowman, local asrent'S far the Southern Pacific, went to ' 1 Guaymas Saturday night and 1 A grocer has to sell good but cooks needn't cook it. burglars In every package of Schilling's Bost Coffoo 1b H. bookU't: How To Make Good Cofte. M 1 n SAFETY. KAZ018 No Stropping, No Honing. I Beautifully Finished - Triple Silver Plated. Adapts itself to any beard, shaves as smooth as velvet, never pulls, scrapes, cuts, or even irritates the (lcs--21 iS'iiiri) most lender sKin. s Every Blade Will Shave from 20 to 40 Times SONORA NEWS GO., Nooales. Arizona. i started for home Monday night.