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The oasis. [volume] (Arizola, Ariz.) 1893-1920, February 17, 1906, Image 5

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Saturday, I'Ybruary 17, i '
i
A Valentine Party. J
The owning of .St. Valentin-'- j
dav (Wediusduv) the m-idence of !
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Spreeher, on
North Sonoita avenue, w;i:
the!
scene of a most enjoyable social
gathering, in honor of the anni
versarv of that noted Saint whose ;
end has been unkindly said to be!
typical of the every day experience
in afterlife of the sighing swains
and blushing maidens to whom
the day has been . devoted ever
since. (The good Saint Valentine
passed from this world to a
brighter and better one by the
"gridiion route," toasted over a
good, hot tire). But the evening
of which this little story is a truth
ful chronicle was in no way sug
gestive of the warm demise of the
good old saint, but rather sug
gestive of all the tender reminis
cences and ardent hopes the day
now suggests. The spacious par
lors were decorated with flying
Cupids and hearts galore, and the
markers at the card tables, instead
of being the familiar numerals,
were dainty arrangements of mini
ature hearts, while the score cards
were also decorated with the same
tiny figures, those of the ladies
red, while the gentlemen's cards
were designated by white hearts in
red fields. The game was Five
Hundred, but there was an addi
tional prize to be contended for:
the highest score made with hearts
as trumps. There were seven
tables (twenty-eight players).
When the games were finished
and the score cards had been com
pared" it was found that Mrs. J. W.
Wood rum had carried a way the
special prize of the evening with a
score of 1549 made with hearts as
trumps; Mrs. Allen T. Bird was
awarded the first ladies' prize; Mr.
Hi WV Kelsey the first gentlemens'
prize; Mrs. Earl Griswold the
ladies' consolation prize; and Mr.
Ferd Van Mourick the gentlemen's
consolation prize. The prizes were
all the handiwork of the fair
hostess, and as such very highly
appreciated by the successful con
testants. The special prize was a
very artistically hand painted sofa
cushion cover; the two first prizes
were each a handsome silk hand
kerchief bag; the ladies' consola
tion prize was a large heart shaped
pin and needle case; and the
gentlemen's consolation prize was
a heart shaped shaving implement
case.
Dainty refreshments were served,
and at midnight the assembled
guests dispersed to their homes,
departing with heartv congratula
tions to the genial host and gentle
hostess upon the originality of
their entertainment and the un
qualified success of the function.
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. V. F. Overton, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Griswold, Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Crowell, Mr. and Mrs. George
B. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
Kelsey, Mr. and Mrs. MiltonBohall,
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Budge, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Burgoon, Mr. and Mre.
W. G. Bowman. Mr. and Mrs
Ferd Van Mourick, Doctor and
Mrs. js. Jv. isoon, Mr. and Mrs
Allen T. Bird. Mrs.- J. W. Wood.
rum, Mrs. Lulu R. Wood, Miss
Maua jessop, Mr. .Norman Robert
Elsewhere appears the recular
monthly statement of the Banco
de bonora, showing an aggregate
of nearly nine million dollars in
resources.
ni . i i'f
COMPANIA
nduslrialrExplotadora?tladeras
GUAYMAS, SONORA, MEXICO.
Lumber of nil Ki ds; nK;uh and Dressed
Iron and Brass luuiiiy iniii, uuuia, rrinuu,i itujuiuintj
MANUFtCTURLHH OF W.bE NAH1 Tt H F4CT0HY.
Blacksmith Coal and Coke Cnr.iitlu on f.ar.d.
U K FAC'D'UY.
F oundry and
Machinery Shop.
0. M. BERNSTEIN,
lirokrr mid Csmniissloii
Merchant.
m
I Brickwood House
a J. T. Brickwood, Proprietor
I FIRST GLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
: Nicely Furnislied Rooms. Prices Moderate
NOGALES
ARIZONA
HOTEL ALEMAN
Vm. Ilelneolte
Rladalcna,
bonora,
Mexico
C KNTR ALL Y A N I) C 0 N V E X I E N TL Y L 0 C A T E D
Wf 11 Furnished and Rooms Comfortable in Summer or Winter
Table the Best the Market Finest Domestic and Imported
t . t r t -.
I AtiOHUs V INKS AND iIQUOJCa AT THE i)AR
1 VERft CRUZ CIGARS OF THE BEST BfiflNBS
I
Nogales Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.
A. L. PEGU, Proprietor.
., POTRERO AVENUE.
The Finest Conveyances, The Best Horses, Careful Drivers.
Special Attention Given to Parties Going to Outlying
Mining Camps.
Telephone
House Alain 5G3,
Telephone
liai-ri Aln in 73,
ATOGABS, ARIZONA.
JMUk
otel Almada Dining Room
GUAYMAS, SQNORA, MEXICO
LAUNCHES AAD BOATS PROVISIONED FOR
SAILING PARTIES ON THE GULF
Write for Rates and Particulars
ST
as. x:wm.:,u tummm
CANANf A, MEXICO. , 0. BOX 131.
TfltPrTJNc bJ.3.
" J
(iem-rid la.', l,n-int.,g , nu,t,u.1(., a
;.-c::iity f eoiW-rtini,.. Uoal Iv-t.-fte
Mine and .Ml ki,'',is' fj
lej.nl xv-.rk at to Wtore (!,,. ir.,
and 1 cderal Cuiiri.-;.
Gents' and boys' clothing and
underwear, stylish, cheap and dur
able at the lied House, Ramon
Vasquez.
Notice.
Notice is hereby piv.'n that IT. U. Kcn.hiiv
hns bought out tin- interest of V. ,1. ltjirnes, i;t
the business heretofore eonilucted by Karnes it
Nutt, ami Uiat t'roin this ;lM.te the business vii
be condnctfl hy tlieunlTsirae1. All Hecounts
due from tile tm of liarnes it Xntt will be paid
by the uiolersi(,.ied and all aeeouuts due said
firin, sre, by the term of the said sale, due to
the undersigned. II, K, .Kenshaw.
Xognies January t-i, I'.ttH'.. "K, F. Nctt.
BANCO DE SONORA.
HERMOSILLO.
BALANCE practicado el 31 de Enero de 1906.
ACTIVO.
ExiatencU en metslico:
Oficina Cenkral y Sucursales. ti 4 ir, 91
Billetei de otros Bancoa b.wo'.UO (1-462,495.91
Exiutenciaen cartera 1 82") MS 23
Prestamoi Bobre prendai '., 2'vio'oH
Prestamoi hipotecarioi Wtioooi)
Inmneblet 75 000 00
Cuentai corrientei deudorai '. . . V.V.'.V.V. 5.706!4o!6tj
PASIVO.
Carital social nvwoooo
Billeteg en circnlacion 2 So'iu 00
Depositoireembolsablei a la viita " '. w'TKi'tw
CuenUB corrientei acreedorai 4 324 V4 1"
Fondo de reserva..., si'i'oooVt
Fondo de prevision ."!!..'!!.!!!.'! iss!'Jit9.V7
HERMOSILLO, 31 de Knkro dk 1906. H.Ps.,'li:i.M
PEDRO M6NTEVERDE, MAX Ml'LLER,
Interventor. II. 3. SMITH, A. F.TARIS. Gereute.
Contador. t'ajern.
Sheriffs Sale.
Is the District Court of the First Ji imcial
Dlstkut of the Territory of Arizona, in
and for the County of Pima.
Thomas G.Tavlor, Jr., 1
Plaintiff. I
vs. )
The ianta Rita Water &
Mining Company a Cor
iioratiuii. Defendant.
Vhereas by judgment and decree of the above
entitled Court, dated the tit h day of January,
l'.HW, judgment ins rendered 'in the abovt'r
entitled suit in favor of the plaintiff, and
against the defendant, for the sum of $!tt.li(7.i9,
wilh interest thereiui at the rate of six percent
per aimuin from the 1Mb day of August, li'ufi.
until paid, and also for the lurther sunt of j.".
9b)..Vi, with interest thereon at the rate of eifht
per cent per outturn from December 2th, lw,".
until paid, together with SiU)) eost.s, and tiecrn
inx costs in tins oR.e; and whereas, by said
decree, it was ordered that t lie foiieuing- rent
estate, and personal property, thesame beiug
the property uf said deiVtmiMit, t -wit :
All water rights, ditch rights, dam sites, and
reservoir sites, situateu in Cave Creek Onion,
trardiner's Canon, Saw-Mill t'tuum, in Wriirht
stin's Minintr District, in anta Cruz County,
said Territory, and on the Fast, slope of tile
Santa Rita Mountains;
ALso, all right, title and interest which the
said defendant has in or to the. followiii"
ditches, ausreuating in length 27 feet, said
ditches being specifically referred to a
follows: Casalilanca Mich, being 1 S.57." feet in
length, 2,675 feet of which has a capacity of Uot)
miners inches, and 12,tKH.Cfeet having a eupa
city of o-rM miners inches; Cave Creek Ditch,
being 4,510 feet in length, with a capacity of
l"o miners inches; iiardiner Creek Ditch, being
ti,2")2 feet in length, with a capacity of 7;A '
miners inches; Dead Horse Kidge Ditch, beinp
2.1HJO feet in length, with capacity of U5 miiiert
ineltes; Also, the following tuunels, built for the
purpose of conveying water, namely: Cfa
lilanca Ditch Tunnel, being of the dimension
ot 4x0i feet, and l,U)i leet long; and the Vv&d
Horse Diteh Tunnel, being of the dimeuioui
of ixti feet, and 250 feet long;
Also, the following pipe-lines: ,1750 feet of 21
inch pipe with a capacity of 5o0 miners inches ;
4159 feet of 20 inch pipe with a capacity of SOU
miners inches; the Cave Creek pipe-line,
consisting of 050 feet of 15 inch pipe-line, with
a capacity of ;io5 miners inches; and the Placer
pipe-line, consisting of 2.WO feet of 15 inch
pipe, with a capacity of 500 miners inches;
Also, about 17 feet of 24 inch pipe; HiO leet oi
20 inch pipe ; M feet of 15 inch pipe; and 20(K
feet of 9 inch pipe, and two hydraulic giants;
Also, all water right locations fur the above
ditches and pipe-lines, all head-gates, gate
valves, and each and every other the things
used in the construction and operating oi said
ditches and pipe lines;
Also, ail telephone lines and poles and in
struments now owned by said defendant, and
used by it in connection with its mining busi
ness as aforesaid.
Should be sold at public auction by the
Sheriff of Santa Crux County; that such sale
should be made at the door of the County
Courthouse in the town oi Nogales, Santa Crua
County, Arizona, and also mi the premise
where said mortgaged personal property is
situate, to-wit : At dardiner's ('anon, in" the
Santa Rita Mountains in Santa Cruz Comity,
and that huch Sheriff give public notice of the
time and place according to the practise of thj
above entitled Court ana the law relative to
sales of real estate and personal property under
execution, and that the proceeds of said sale
shall be applied in payment of the above iren
tioned amounts and costs:
Now, Therefore, under and by virtue of said
Judgment and decree, I hereby give notice that
, the Undersigned, as such Sheriff as aforesaid,
will sell at public auction, to the highest and
best bidder for cash in lawful money of the
United States of America, at the door of the
County Courthouse of said Santa Crus County,
in the town of Nogales, at the hour of 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, of the 15th day of March, 1906,
all the right, title and interest of the above
named defendant, of, in and to the said real
property hereinabove particularly described,
or so much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy the said judgment and costf, and all se
eming costs, and that I will on, to-wit: The
17th day of March, 1906, at the hour of 11 o'clock
In the forenood, at Gardiner's Canon, in Santa
Cruz County, Arizona, sell at public auction to
the highest and best bidder for cash, in law ful
monev of the United States of America, all of
the right, title and interest of the above named
defendant, of, in and to the said personal pro
pertv hereinabove particularly described, or sr
much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said Judgment, and costs, and all accruing
costs.
Dated this 5th day of February, 190fi.
f'HARLKs L. Fowler,
Sheriff of Santa Cruz Countv, Arizona
Fab'y. n.-Miv.--':; It:-

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