Saturday, l'Vbruiry to, ,;,(
A LIVE ONE.
It is significant that all those
who turned traitor to Arizona and
tire trying to load the people to ac
cept joint statehood are ex-territorial
or Federal otlicials, who have
lung ago been put outside of the
political breast-works of their party.
Ex-Governor McCord, now in
Washington, is a sample of those
referred to. Douglas International
The "antis" will find Governor
McCord one of the liveliest politi
cal corpses over whom there was
ever held a newspaper postmortem.
It is the fashion of chick-a-dee
newspapers (living on crumbs fall
ing from corporation tables) to
hold frequent polical funerals.
And they have large sized political
graveyards. But to their great
discomfort and consternation those
graveyards are always yawning
and the death walk forth.
The animus of the extract is that
McCord is now in Washington
working effectively for the joint
statehood bill in the Senate, show
ing up continually the misrepre
sentations of Mark Smith, Oakes
Murphy, el al. And he is giving
senators unanswerable argument
why jointure should prevail.
N. B. Since the foregoing was
in type Governor McCord has been
appointed collector of customs at
Nogales. So our friends the
"antis" have an object lesson al
ready, The appointment is very
good, and satisfactory.
Jlr m .' .i bit. .f svi-'I-(h If'tn
t i .'.( fif t New M'Ximii: "A
hr iff slifiM' ;t tii- nf til'
U pfrtti'' t'o'iri d'Vdp ill'' f M t
that two iri'-n cni irt into an arg
ument that it take fix attorneys
and five judges to F't!b-, Even
then S'-nif one is going to nvnr
that he didn't get a square deal.
Moral: No matter how large the
pane of glass may be you can al
ways break it with a hammer."
H (' h mil M ! nt )if Niftioinl
t a -uit.ibi' if h'm' f i -i 1 lo tb
nH'fiidr v o? Tli"4 J r-f.n,
Mr. O. (, Trojinowki, from
1 1, .(,if( n oj r!iio
d !V ;iv; ".J. li. Us h of .y tV
Tileotiil has r'"'ei v-d n fcit'r,in ;
(nan If,.: At.eoli. fit if ! I u n i i ' c f I :i !
for the ya plant has been h pM,i A U" :;1 . V1 ,l,f!M,-h N"-a!f",
and n.av L exP,r!.d b,r, (at 't on t way to the
Dc.mSa-) atanv time." i !?,ull;um ""';rn- tllMr-
. I rojanovvi-ki succeed .Mr. Albert
Mr. II. A. 1 Joyce from Washing- j W. Savles, recently killed by
ton, 1). C, has heen visiting Noga- j Yaqui Indians, as gen'l. manager
les the pat week in the interet of : of the Sultana.
Recently one of the local news
papers asked: "What has the No
gales Town Council done?" One
thing it did was to insist upon ob
servance of the lire ordinance bv
the Southern Pacific Company,;!
thus sustaining Manager .N angle'
in his efforts with the San Fran-3
Cisco ofheials of the corporation to
secure for Nogales, the splendid
stone building just completed for
Last Saturday Doctor A. II.
Noon informed The Oasis that he
was not the one who received the
telegram from French announcing j
the candidacy of that mal-odorousj
individual for Collector of Customs.
Doctor Noon has endorsed and is
supporting Earl Griswold. The
Oasis gladly presents these facts.
we are oie leading distrinii"
tors of men's Furnishings
in the Southwest.
This is quite a broad statement but we speak it
frankly, because we know it's true.
We are now closing out our stock of winter's goods
to make room for Spring and Summer shipments.
Come in and be convinced that our prices are below
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
Poor, old O'Brien Moore, in the
Tucson Citizen continues to
twaddle'about "treason," "traitors
to Arizona," and all that sort of
rot, against advocates of joint
statehood. When the great issue
is won, and Arizona has a
state constitution under which Mr.
Moore's masters will be compelled
to do their duty by the people, it
will )e plainly seen that the real j
""traitors to Arizona" are those who
vork like the Citizen, to keep upon
Arizona the shackles of corporate
power and tyranny.
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY.
L. B. FLEISCHER, PropV
Houses Nogales, Arizona; Cananea, Sonora; Guaymas, Sonora.
Material has been received at!
Patagonia for erection of a tele-j
phone line to connect the camp of !
the Mowry Mines Company in the!
Patagonia monuntains with the'
Alto camp in the Santa Ititas, aj
distance of about thirtv mile ,
apart; and work of construction
will begin shorty.
It is reported that Mr. A. J.
Stockton of Patagonia, has sold
the Burro mine, near the Alto
group, in the Santa Rita moun
tains, to Albert Steinfeld of Tuc
son, owner of the Alto.
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS
Best Cough Syrup. Tast3 Good.
Use in timft. Snlrl hv friir.r.iotn
, : , ,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
(iroceries, Hay, Grain, Flour,
lvtc. Liquors. Family Trade
AisetitH far tho famous
M O SA RCti li It A S O
lnnoy Co n nod unci
Jtoltlt il Goods.
TVOGALiS, Alt IX. T,
Save money by having your
Articles of Incorporation drawn
and all details arranged by "Tiik
Oasis Bureau of Intokporatiox."
THE BEST MADE ON EARTH.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE,
Washington - - Patagonia
THE LINES ON WHICH
. . WE DO BUSINESS . .
We Handle Only Goods of the
ighest Glass and Lots of them
ne Price Only a
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