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The oasis. [volume] (Arizola, Ariz.) 1893-1920, August 04, 1906, Image 14

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Saturday, August 4, K
NEW TOWN FOR BORDER
Talk of One Springing Up Between
Nogele and Naco.
In tin' Arizona correspondence
in the Los Angeles Kxaniiner of a
recent date, appeared the follow
ing: "For more than a year there has
been considerable talk in railroad
circles to the effect that a new town
will spring up in A-izona on the
international border that will ac
quire a population of ten thousand
people in less than three years
after the first enterprise is estab
lished. Not till this week was any
thing definite known as. to the
exact location or resources of the
proposed town.
-This week the information has
been given out by railroad officials
at Tucson that the Southern Pacific
interests are preparing to establish
oh the San Pedro river, about
twenty miles west of Naco and
about forty miles east of Nogales, a
smelting plant that will cost $"),
000,000. Not long ago a Southern
Pacific official, in conversation with
a Nogales man, ventured the opin
ion that the Cananea, Yaqui ltiver
k Pacific extension, now being
built south through Sonora, Sina
loa, Tepic and Jalisco, to connect
at Guadalajara with the Mexican
Central, making a through line
from Benson, Ariz., to the City of
Mexico, would cross the inter
national line between Nogales and
Naco, at the point where the Sin
Pedro river crosses the line. The
news now given out to the effect
that that the Southern Pacific in
terests will erect a $.",000,000 smel
ter at that point definitely settles
the location of the much talked of
town.
"With such a smelter a- is pro
posed, a town on the San Pedro at
the cro-sing of the line, would grow
with a rapidity .-eldom if ever
equaled in the development of the
t-outhwest. The proposed location
is in the very heart of one of the
richest mineral belts in Arizona
and Sonora. A custom smelter of j
large capacity is all that is re-!
quired to insure the opening up of
scores of mines by. mining men
who lack the millions necessary to'
establish such a plant.
"In addition to being the center
of a great mineral belt, the new
town, if the Cananea, Yaqui ltiver
fe Pacific railroad builds from
Nacozari, Sonora, north to Penson,
Ariz., will be a gate of entry to
Mexico on a direct line to the City
of Mexico. The Cananea, Yaqui
ltiver Sc Pacific road has already
been built east from Guaymas,
Sonora, to a point on the Yaqui
river, nixty-iive miles east of Guay
mas, and is now being extended
south from that point to connect
with the Mexican Central at Guad
alajara and north from the Yaqui
river to Nacozari. The route from
the latter point to Benson, Ariz.,
will be for the most part along the
San Pedro river. There will then
be two two towns in Arizona from
which trains will run south to the
City of Mexico Nogales and the
proposed. new town."
f.f yo lo.'lO rfhf on !h bulk of lie
luff, Iff hiding trM tvMtrii iifid
ffiediiliri !" k-M and feeder, good
f df t ady, H!""d l rlioirn fed
tuff li-idy to a fliade lower, cow
10 to lo lower, veal calve f.O rent'
lower, Top K uiim gra Mcer
old tliM week at I ..", f.tir to good
grM ulrer, ;f h'O to J !.?", a f'-w
Ark.iii:t Valley Colorado fed
terra at $ "i.'JO to' $.".7o, Panhandle
cow around f'J.7), calve -to. 7" to
I ").-". No range; -tuckers or feeders
have been here, one drove of high
da;, panhandle feeders wintered
and grazed in Kansas, pold at
14.70 weighing l07Olbs. Country
demand for thin cattle has been
slack so far, account of farmers
being busy with their hay, but de
mand will soon increase greatly,
as food of all kinds over nearly the
whole feeding territory is first class
and prospects of a large corn crop
are fine in all localities. Two loads
of hogs from Itoswell, New Mexico,
sold here today, weighing 157 and
192 lbs, respectively at .fd.OO, only
one load on the market at a higher
price today.
Sheep and lambs have now set
tled down to a reliable trading
basis, after nearly two weeks of
heavy and uncertain declines. The
drop In price has cheeked receipts
at all points, only 18,000 here this
week, and market is closing the
week a little stronger. Native
spring lambs sold at $7.00 today,
and Arizonas made $7. 00 two days
ago. Heavy Utah wethers, not
very fleshy, sold at $ o.OO and $4.75
this week. No. Arizona wethers or
yearlings have been here this week,
vearlings probablv worth $5. -10 to
$5.75, wethers $4.1)0 to $5.25. Good
quality thin flesh wethers are sel
ling higher to feeders than fat ones
to the killers jnst now. Ordinary
stock and feeding wethers, and
breeding ewes, are ready sale at
$1.25 to $1.75. Stock from Utah
has lacked llesh so far this season.
No Texas muttons or goats in
eluded this week.
J. A. ltk'KAUT,
L. S. Correspondent.
Heavy black cardboard for
mounting photographs for sale at
Tin; Oasis ollice.
I M 0 N 03'
RED AND WHITE
WHISKEY
of the Kentucky-Sonora Distillery,
now ready for the market.
OM fashion l Kentucky I'wrt from M.'k-cted
CORN, RYE ami MALT.
DISTILI.K!) ANIi BOTTLED BY
JOHN fl. SIMONDS
Hermosillo SONORft Mexico
TIIKO. L. STOCK I-' tit
II ARK Y STOCKFKR
Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Mo., July 27th :
Cattle receipts ran above fifty
thousand this week the first time
this season, total number 5G,100,
including 0000 calves. The mar
ket is closing the week with a loss
touffer Brothers
CONTRACTING AND CON
STH C CT ING K N G I N K K R S
MINE, MILLING AND SMELTING
PLANTS INSTALLED
Irrigation Machinery a Specialty
111 1 ; ft 1; aiii; hum, hmk Picopfj;
BURNING OIL!
think (if it i f 1: i : 1 : in tiik
Twentieth Century!!
KM t T (lie Mollis Af" n ( ' It'-M p, Much CteAiier, aid Mr ('mivehlctit.
NOGALES ELECTRIC LIGHT, ICE & WATER COMPANY
nnnnnn 1 nnrnnn
. j
I ru It
R ERMOSILLO BEER.
u u
OOQQCQ:
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE,
Amos Photo
!.ouia Photo.
Prat Bros
Cattle Raisers and Dealers.
Wholesale and .Mail Dealers in
General Alerehandise, Groeeries, i'rovi.sloi.s,
Croicrv Harness, Hardware and Alining SnpjtlleM,
Agents for Kanneherg Miiv & Ceiling Co , Canton, Ohio.
MORLEY AVENUE, ..... NOGALES, ARIZONA
P.Sandov?!.
A. Sandoval
A.
P. SANDOVAL Y C
i BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Agents Banco Nacional de Mexico and Banco Occidental de Mexico.
' r a iu fia.l 1 i,,m ii.r (Via V.o
; liiuds anl mines in .Sonora. Mountain Mining Comi-any
OWNER OF FflfMOUS
PLflNCHflS DE PLRin iDINES.
Lavodnas.
Nogales, Sonora, Mex.
Miguel Latz y lino,
Magdalena, Sonora.
Branch at Sta. Ana.
Importers and Dealers in tJeneral Merchandise.
Largest Assortment of Mining Supplies in Sonora. Prop's, of the
Terrennte Kf tiler '7oir Mills Agents lor "The Cali
forma Powder Works," Hercules Powder, and The Studebake
Bros. Mfg. Co. Farm wagons etc.
i-oiii:i;. ;;.vt'.i,(.i tiaiaitr v- soi.it
IlermouiHo,
Sonora, - Mexico
Joseph de Lusignan.
Mechanical Engineer and
Practice! Millwright.
With a record of twenty-eiyht quartz
mills and concentrators erected in the
state of Sonora in the past twenty-one
years. Address: Nogales, Arizona, care
of TriF Oasis.
Almada Hotel.
A. B. GONZALEZ,
Prop.
Spanish and English Spoken.
Is tne Most Centrally Located, the Most Comfortable and best Ve itilated
in this Port. Spacious and well Furnished Roorrs. Cold and Warm Baths.
RESTAURANT
OF FIRST CLASS AND TIIK SEUVICK LEAVES NOTHING TO HE DESIKEl).
Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico.
I HENRY COHEN, Prop.
ano. Saloon and Restaurant.
Monte C
mmsmatm 111111 unii wmmmmmmtmaea
International Street Opposite Depot.
Nogales, Arizona.
if --pJvi' LM
OTEL ARCADIA.
Hermosillo, Son., Mex.
A First Class American Hotel
in an attractive City with an
Ideal Winter Climate.
Only Twelve Mc:ci-h ltrom. M f 1 i m llne
Of" Southern Piaolflo est Bcnnorii
Especial Rates to Tourists.
JU, W. MIX, li-oiclciiiLt
Hotul W rtiHcllfi Co.
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