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f rt 4 All A I ' O I I I M I I i S, it'll ?Ll y, I hf,: if)' J, !)' j ON AND OFF THE RAILS. , j i , i i ( . CI V I1 t li" r Y , i . 1 1 i . 1 1 1 ' i i i I rrit'T v. 1 1" I For tlifi first time in the history the road evcrv rtiiin' on the Sonora railroad is now enue service. Kin- i f.-w! "i r- t Ho il. (loint: rev- i Hush of work has nrct'?itated putting on a night crew in the local yards and Mr. Manuel Pa re lies is the night yard master. Mr. H. S. Pratt is now acting resident engineer of the Sonora railroad, filling the position acat ml h- Mr. J. 1). Mathews, who re signed to accept the position of superintendent of construction with the Cananea, Yaqui Hive & Pacific road. The depot on the Sonora side of the line, snfliciently large not many months ago, is now much too small to accommodate the heavy freight traflic of the road. An additional warehouse, 60x30 feet, will be built onto the struct ure in the near future. Engine No. 2050, band new and shining like a lump of freshly ibroken hard coal, was recently delivered by the Southern Pacific to the Sonora railroad. Engine 2119 has just had the finishing touches put on it and is expected to arrive here in a few days. Another side track will s)n he added to the local yards on the Arizona side and ;' a new scale will be placed in posi tion near one of the present sid ings. On the Sonora side of the line two more side tracks will be put in; one for the handling, clean ing and repairing of coaches. There was a small but trouble some wreck on the Southern Pacific a few miles north of town Wed nesday noon, in which Engineer Winters and Section Foreman Johnson' of Calabasas were slightly bruised. The engine and five flat cars were derailed. The accident was caused by the rear truck of ithe engine.climing the rails while irounding a curve. The south hound passenger train due here at i):20 p. m. was held up till seven o'clock next morning. The north hound passenger, due to leave here At live in the morning was held here till after the arrival of the southbound train. Ilis hearing f !.r"f y .. tit fh it - ft. tv v. into trouble hep a urtk- ago by giving Mr. Li k r jirhi-ek for ? J" on tin National Itank of N'ng;ile. had no account at the huik. war arrested and latter paid the amount I the check. A few hours after being released from custody i l 1 1 .1 . . Ml ne was duck in me couniy jau charged with passing another worthless check and also with sign ing the name of Mr. E. W. Amsden to a check for $o. was set for Mondav Before the case came for trail the ofDcers learned considerable of the offender's past life. He is a son of wealthy parents who reside at Leavenworth, Kansas, ami has in the past caused them not a lit tle worry. He is also married and his wife is a resident of Los An geles. Mr. W. W. Carney, who was at one time a resident of Kan sas and a friend of the young man's parents, did much toward helping him out of his troubles here. Be fore leaving Nogales, Emery, ac cording to the terms upon which he was permitted to leave the ter ritory, settled all his accounts here. ;v 'T ","..v Don't i t i i ' . a t 1 M l f nt Your lint On ti'l tr. I i!ihii th! woynti-l I'll k' '"I ttiriHlJh ft... I.Uki' V. Ml With a Irfiriito iUn r.f whut it i 9 llmt Ki'1 rtiitimiH hiiiI exrt'ful i'oplc no much (tintidcnce in tht- ("tore. lt' nil it FflHGy DRUGS T THE INTERNflTIONflL DRUG STORE. Shoehorn W'v. lire rrt!eul(rln everything. We I buy tl) bi'Ht liruH wt call 11 mi mud lilense them jiroerly. AIIjk V IU'IhIudi ut Complaint Filed. This week District Attorney S. F. Noon riled a. complaint in a suit against the former members of the board of supervisors of Santa Cruz county foV the recovery of money paid former -Sheriff Thomas Turner contrary to" JlaW. The different cuius aiiuncu ana V Turner contrary to law while he was sheriff aggregate in the neigh borhood of $800. The overpay was called to the attention of the district court lit May,- by the grand jury then in Session, with the re commendation that the district at torney tak; steps toward the re covery of the amount. The mem bers of the board of supervisors during Mr. Turner's terra of otlice were: James Harrison, Henry Harmon, Richard Farrell, M. M. Trickev. J. D. CASTRO, President. ADOLFO BLEY, Vice- 'resident. MAX MULLER, Maimger. fAfW BE SO1 Main- Office: IIERMOSILLO. BRANCHES: NOGALES, GUAYMAS, CHIHUAHUA. 1'AID Ul CAIITAL, 81,000,000 SURrHJS ----- 8 04L,OO0. BRANCH. IN NOG A LBS, A General Banking Business Transacted. BOUGHT AND SOLD. FOREIGN EXCHANGE GOLD k SILVER BULLION. Collections Carefully Made and Promptly Accounted for DEPOSITS RECEIVED IN AMERICAN AND MEXICAN MONEY. Civil Service Examination. The United States Civil Service. Commi.-Mon announces that an examination will be held for first grade positions in the CiiMom limine Service at .Noualex, Ariz., on March 3, l'.tthi. There is at the present time a vacmicy in the Position of l'ay Inspector at a salary of :U)( per day. An examination was licldon January 2(1, Vm, but no eligible were obtained. Persons who are qualified are ured to apply for and take this examination. For application blanks and further information apply to Mr. II. M. Chapman, local secretary ut the Kogales Custom House. j gj SCOVILLE &. BECK, Propr's. All Kinds of Fresh Meats Delivered to any part of the City. Phone 37 1 S na oa ron works Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico, P. 0. Box 34 Agency and Stores in Guaymas, Sonora, P. 0. Box 74. MACHINES . MATERIALS, IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS F0H MINES. ORE WORKING MILLS. Pumps for Irrigating Metallic Buildings, Etc. Estimates will be made on all of these plants to be delivered working in any part of the Republic. CATALOGUES, INFORMATION AND PRICES WILL BE SENT ON APPLICATION. 1 m & mim 8 Nonaies Electric UQlit, Ice & Water .Go. 8 Pure Artificial Ice MADE FROM DISTILLED AND FILTERED WATER. NOGALES, ARIZONA. Douglas, Arizona. Hermosillo.Son., Mex. Guaymas, Son., Mex. Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mex. g Distilled Water Delivered in Patent Tilting M M M y 3 Incandescent Lighting, 2 2 ! Mining Machinery, Irrigation Machinery, LUMBEBp lline, R3iII and melter iippl Heavy Stock at Nogales and Douglas. Large Stock Lumber at Nogales and Hermosillo. rl Crated Demijohns. SALES AGENTS FOR Tfie Arizona & Sonora M!q. 60. MflNUFnGTURERS OF STAMP MILLS, CYANIDE, JPLA2VTS, HOISTING IAATS, Rcverberatory Furnaces, Boilers and Engines, Etc. We Design, Plan, Manufacture and Erect Complete Reduction Plants of any Process or Combnation of Processes.