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GATHERED AT GUAYfiAS.
Mr. ami Mr.-. V. F. Oranz f: XalcM, are vi.-itini in vrn:i. ; Colol.cl Tl.'.H. VAW-i Of till! Lort! Angles Timi, and Mrs. Kiln, an itt Gua vina h. j .-. .t v .i..e f I . ' i ... . to uuavmas la.-i nn, iu. - iu ployed in the new rant inn recently opened by Mr. K. J. Ashley. Christmas and several days fol lowing Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Bernard were visitors at Guaymas, guests at the Hotel Alrnado. . Mr. Kaoul Bigot, general mana ger for the Fundicion tie fcinaloa, with a branch at Guaymas, was at the latter place recently enroutej to the City of Mexico on business,! and is now in the federal capital. Mrs. J. B. Gordon, formerly in the trainmaster's office when it was at Nogales, has been trans ferred to the auditor's ofllce of the Sonora railway at Guaymas. Mr. G. Padres, long cashier in the station of the Sonora Railway at Guaymas, has resigned to take a position with the Banco Occi dental. He is succeeded by Mr. F. A. Sainz. Mr. and Mrs. Charleti Blenman from Tucson, arrived at Guaymas Sunday, to pass the holiday season amid the attractions of the Sonora j metropolis, and have been there j all the week. They are guests atj the hotel Alrnada. j Mr. A, S. Meeker, long in the ! ollice of General Manager J. II. Naugle of the Sonora railway, at Guaymas, has gone to Tucson to accept a similar position in the oilice of President Epes Randolph j of the Cananea, laqui River .v Pacific Railway. Tuesday State Senator 0. B. Ward of Colorado, who has located his family at Guaymas on account of the delicate health of Mrs. Ward, departed for Boulder, to bring to Sonora domestic help such as Mrs. Ward is accustomed to hav ing. He will return next week. Don Carlos Conant, who came into Guaymas from the Yaqui valley Sunday last stated to The Oasis man that such floods as have been experienced this winter along that stream have not been known before in fifty years. Great dam age has been done everywhere, and losses have been tremendous. Mr. Robert Johnson, many years master mechanic at Guaymas for the Sonora railwaywho was trans ferred to Tucson a couple of years ago, has returned to his first love, and is again with the Sonora. Extension of the Cananea, Yaqui & Pacific railway will throw into the Guaymas 6hop a vastly in creased amount of work, and with his long experience there he is con sidered most competent to handle it. Saturday evening the annual fiesta commenced at Guaymas, and the usual array of games, sports and pleasures was spread for public delectation. One noticeable feature was the re-appearance of gold upon the monte tables after many years' absence. Upon one of the tables were piled forty-five thousand dollars in twenty-dollar pieces, and thirty thonsand dollars in silver dollars. Under the new V, I I ' ! i I I ! I ,''! f 1 t. in. 'j , cvii!Ti! ly t'"ii' ii rc( ('ivvl from ( In- lion (; tali-til I ! if 4 or f Ul'i. y tl.i- IniUoii i if"- at'' 1 l' i n ccilii.'.i S un (lav. TnsHTomninii.it44 the Guay-ma.-s player.-1 and tiit-ir nil hu.-iastic Mjppoiicrs thcSoimra railway ran an excur-inii f r a 1 1 between the two ciUt's, iruuii? tin in the morning ind returning to tin; av city at evening. One hundred and forty excuitfionisttf took advantage of the onriortunitv to make the trio, and inev reported naving a creai unie. Lovers oi goxl litei at ure are always remembered in the lioliday f-eason. Klet'ant specimens of the typographic and book binder's arts are ahvay in vogue for Christmas mid Sew Years presents. You know where to get them? Whv, at the Sonora News Go's., of course, inere is no otner place m trie ontliffst Avberc von an do o wtli v OUlIl iiefclt WJICri OU t ail UO SO U1. 4t. TT V p n (id 4. i Hamilton, Brown & Co.'s "Patrol Shoe," sold at the Red House, Ra mon Vasquez. Notice. There will be a special meeting of the International Sanitarium Association at the office of Doctor W. F. Che.no- !weth,in Novates, January 17th, at 10 o ciocic a. m. T.y order of the Board. if. L. B. 'Fleischer. Sec'y. MRS. E. L. CROWELiL Graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, boston. Teacher of VOICE - iiianow - 1'IUO We want you to know. if you arecontemplating the purchase of win ing property-that we arc in a position to supply vou either in Arizona or Mexico or if you have mines to sell that we can place you in touch with a purchaser. We guarantee fair treatment to both parties. Ariiona-Mexico Investment Company, NOGALES. ARIZONA. Cananea. Yaqui River & Pacific R R. Co. Time Carl No. 4. Effective 12:01 . m. December 17, 1903. . Canceling all previous Time Cards. CLASS Second First No. 3 No. I Freight 1'ass'K'r Daily Daiiv A.M.LV A.M. LV STATION CLASS First Second No. 2 No. 4 FassVr Freight Daiiy Daily P. M. A K P. M. All 6 :;) K:4.j Naeo 8:85 1 :"0 7:00 H:iN MinaOro ?,;2i 1 :0.i 7:15 11:12 Granite 8:12 12:55 7: 11: '5 San Jose ,8:ds Vi-JO 7:3f 1:'0 Packard 2:-"4 12::W 7:5'J . Villa Verde :- :50 12:25 A.M. 8:25 11:53 Mesa 2:?J 11:53 P M. 8:40 '12:05 Del Rio 2:17 11:25 9:40 12:80 Cananea 2:0J 11:05 Att AR LV LV Traing 3 and 4 carry passengers with permits only. Epks Randolph, II. J. Temple, Supt. President and Naeo, Ariz. General Mgr. Tucson, Ariz. F. A. AGDILAR, Sues. 1 flCENTS. g Banco National de Mexico. Guavmns. Son.. Alex. m l Joseph de Lusignan. Mechanical Engineer and Tract ice I Millwright With a record of twenty-eight quartz mills and concentrators erected in the state of Sonora in the past twenty-one years. Address: Nocales, Arizona, care j of The Oasis. it I ii Notice of Forf Iture. , l Mil i M,.( 1 Ii I !., W. .1 '.; V IK. I V i r- ii H I- im - i , ii In '! H'l I : M ; ! i i l.i. ;.( !;.. Ii i-;;ii: fi-UMiAii.y :u !).! M!uii-i in tit.; ;;!..!, inuiiiiir iii-trit'i, .iiiitii Cruz ruunty, .w.'.ohm 'lnh..!y, (ln It.l-ll ! ill Villi'!.'.!!' !,ll- iullli'l li v''df l i n 1'in.k . ill tin; Hcc-iiiN nf M UK.!-, mi l In.' I'lik"; iii'iii-Kii'il, us tnln.us: J,uk- mini', j'.m.k i,n insm'. jii.'ik i, jiMKis h,H; Oak iniii..', Iiii ik 5, I'tigc lii'.i; Hill idi-)nim, l,onk fi, 14k 17i); ItHUifsiiaki' iiiiiie. l',.ik ;, I'm t- 172; .hi (into mine, limik :, 1'nK'i !.':; I I i.i-H mine, I i wt tib.t imw, Hook a, l'aire i;4; n in onicr Svcti.m zvn, KeviMMl Hltttiites hi the t nittil StaU's, Hint tht- nmi.'iKliiH-Ht.s thercUi filif.vc( .lununry uikI, I.sho, coucorniiij4; Himuitl labor Uon mining claimw. it In'iiiK the Hinomit r.-juired to Imld -sanl lmie or Imie.s (llll'ili tilt4 litTHxi t-ltdilig OU UlC olst day of iH'in'iiibcr, r.H.". And if within iiincty days from personal servir'4 of t hi, notice or w"ithin Jiinety days , "'. '"'i or n-iuse . " ' 11 )ruirooinn wicn ax -eiiui- , tnr. u co-owner vour uli.rwi iii . ,.li,n will liwoine the jiropertv of the subscribe-r your iD-owncr, who niadt4 the required ex penditure by the terms of said Section ZUi. O. Castro. J"11"1 tuljlu:ation Dec. 9.1W5; last Jan. ti, l'.nxi ; NOTICE OF ANNUAL M K FT ING. Notice is hereby given that the regular an nual meeting of the tituekhoidera of the Pro moutorio Consolidated Mining Company, a cor poration framed under the laws of the Territo ry of Arizona and having its principal ofliee in the Town of Nogales, County of Santa Cms, Arizona Territory, will be held at the ollice of the Company, in the said Town of Nogules, on Monday, January 8th., VMS, at 10 a. m. A. H. Mervin, Secretary. Nogak'H, Arizona, December 1, lKw. TOURISTS, COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS, MINING MEN Will find a cosy corner in which to pass th.3ir idle moments away at "The Gambrinus" MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY Only American Saloon and Restaurant in Guaymas. 77m Moete Carlo. International Street Opposite Depot. Nogalcs, Arizona. Richardson Brothers Company Mining Brokers, 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, Cal. Miguel Late y lino, Importers and Dealers Largest Assortment of Mining Supplies in Sonora. Prop's, of the Tcrrenatv Roller Flour Mills Agents for "The Cali fornia Powder Works," Hercules Powder, and The Studebakex Bros. Mfg. Co. Farm wagons etc. EXCHAXCiR UOVGHT SOLD :0VV.flMll e? THAT 0. K. IRC A D RICH I iron rouiiunj oi Sonora WK DO ALL KINDS OF WORK JN IRON AND BRONZE AND MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RE PAIRING D I FFE R EN T CLASSES CHINERY OF MA- For full information ADDRESS Jose M. Aguilar, Manager. Calle tie Morelia, No. 10. Hermosillo, Sonora, Ilex. E. J. ASHLEY, Manager HABERDASHER and CLOTHIER HENRY COHEN, Prop. Saloon and Restaurant. Magdalena, Sonora. Branch at Sta. Ana. in General Merchandise.-