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( K it Af i.llMfd.iy, S' pff'inlt'T J, K( ih NOGALtS NOUS, Thnrl,iv vt IIm- .fevvHh New Yr.if, (''. Ladies' 1ofij( Homine silk jjlovea at lii Moda. Till; week carpenters put a roof on tin; band stand. Thursday Itev. Jmfoon A. Hlli ott y,hs a visitor at Nogales. Col. Frank Morgan of La Mini Mexicana was at Nogales Thurs day. While in Guaymas eat and drink at The Gambrinus, William Herr manns. Wednesday evening Mr. Harry Clarke returned from a visit in California. Mr. William Barnett was a vis itor in Nogales Wednesday, from his ranch in Sonora. Mr. C. 0. Bustamente, the Tuc son attorney, was at Nogales yes terday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bristol and children will return home from Los Angeles tomorrow night. Thursday evening Mr. H. E. Stevens returned from a visit in the Altar region of Sonora. Typewriter for Sale New Century Caligraph, in good con dition. Call at The Oasis otlice. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Otto Herold returned from a visit of several weeks in California. Thursday evening Mr. W. Z. Stuart, of the Black Mountain Mining Co., was at Nogales en route to Cerro l'rieto. Mr. W. 11. Barnett Jr. is now with the Eagle Milling Co., in Tuc koii, serving in the capacity of stenographer. Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Clagget. who have been visiting their son, of Roy & Titcomb, went to San Antonio, Texas, thence to Monter rey, Mexico. Wednesday night Professor J.. . rrout of 1 ucson was m Nogales, returning home from a trip to Sin aloa, Mexico. Wednesday night the Bebekah lodge held a social session, which was attended by a number of in vited guests. Dr. and Mrs. Mabry, from the Sonora Bonanza mine in Sonora,! were in Nogales Wednesday night,! en route north. I Just received a full line of fall! goods at La Moda. Mr. John Henderson Jr., who has j been sick at the home of his father here for the past two weeks, is re ported to be improving. Mr. F. G. Wilson, manager of El Socorro Mining Company, came up from El Socorro mine in Sonora Wednesday, on business. Mrs. Harry Chapman is enter taining her cousin, Miss Alice Postle of San Francisco, who will remain at the line city several: weeks. Mr. James J. Goodman has re signed his position with the Wells Fargo Express Compauy here and I ! 'I ,'lf 'I I I 1 '-tut';' M lh I A, ; Yin ' of 1 1 if 1 1 r , i r 1 1 1 v w r.ifn' ! Hp fr mi (in i viii i, iin I w H;if No 'imIm div y ! r-l t v TIim iMorriiii,! Ill- -f irfr-l on Iih ri'iirn oil 11 ( i;l I f r . 1 1 1 1 , Momliv c,ir'i'iil-M will tiffin work enlarging Mr. Naflian I.cck-er'-8 Harafa -fore. Tin- ;ilt room will be extended back thirty1 feet, and an iron front, with two show window, will be put in. The, present sab- room is too email for , Mr. Leeker's increasing trade. ; The latest perfume, "LA FE-1 IMA." :lt f.!i Miifl.1. i Wednesday evening there were at Nogales a party of California gentlemen interested in Sonora mines, en route to that state to! visit their properties. They were! Mr. J. E. Welford, Dr. J. Hardy Smith, John Nelson and T. E. Knox, all from Los Angeles and Pasadena. Heavy black cardboard for mounting photographs for sale at The Oasis ollice. I "' ' 1 roriMAMii Industrial rExplotadoraoEMadoras uv ri(.Nlv. 0UAYMA3f SONORA, MEXICO, j Lumber of all Kinds; flouth anil Drcs&ctl Planing Mill, Doors, Windows ( Mouldmtj, Etc. Iroft nd RraM f ounrlry iul Machinery Shop HtNUfACWHtfiH Of Wilt HtttH. MATCH HVlOHf, Bl.1t.ksmlf.l1 Coal and ookf! ConMdiitlii on flawf, M r n tic i F.innlM-r Yur-I In NokhIp, A. H, dunpillo I'm., Kfnt. brickwood House J. T. Brickwood, Proprietor f5 FIRvT r.lAQQ IN FFRV RFQPFr.T I ULIIUU 111 L V Ll ULUI LUI Nicely Furnished Rooms. Prices Moderate 1 5: NOGALES ARIZONA 6. M. BERNSTEIN, Broker and Commission Merchant. CAMANEA, SONORA, MEXICO. P.O. 80X 1S3. TELEPHONE 93.3. 0J General banking business transacted a P (trial ty of collections. Real Estate, ' Mines and Insurance. All kinds of) legal work attended to before the local ! and Federal Courts. j I RODGERS I 8 HELVEY ? 3333 3332 3333 ICCC frCCCCCCC 9 I V 8! V ! V, V i g; y ! Si ow in new quarters next ftj CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM 8 x f door to Washington Trading f Company's Store. A full line $ of Fresh Fruit?. We Make u Our Own Candies, u 8 RODGERS & HELVEY O 33 3333331 CC3CCC333y r iron Foundry ol Sonora i We do all kinds of work ix iron and bronze and make a specialty of re pairing different classes of ma CHINERY Foil FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS Jose H. Aguilar. Manager. Calle de Morelia, No. 10. Hermosillo, Sonora, Mex. THE MOW RY SALOON J. II. RE AO AN & COMPANY, Proprietors WHERE all the people in Mowry buy their Liquor nd Cigars, because the heal goods aro always on haml. VISITORS IN CAMP ARE INVITED TO DROP IN It's the Place MOWRY. ARIZONA '. I v. Tr. zzziilix rrr II III I IHWkCI J in m h 1 General Merchandise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour, Etc. Liijuors. Family Tnule Supplied. 1 ;v i '! 1 Airontn lor f ic ltnttitttiH MONARCH lift AX IJ littivy Cnnticd mid lift t tied (oo(7m. Nogales Livery, Feed & Sale Stable. A. L. PECK, Proprietor. POTRERO AVENUE. The Finest Conveyances, The Best Horses, Careful Drivers. Special Attention Given to Parties Going to Outlying Mining Camps. TclojjJuma Tvlojthanc Jinn, Main 7,'i. XOGALHS, AKIZOXA. EL PASO ROUTE Texas and Pacific Railway WE RUjST bast The Niglit Express leaves El Paso Daily at 5:50 p. m., Mountain time, solid vestibule! train through to New Orleans, Shreveport and Ht. Louis without change. Carries through sleepers Los Angeles to St. Louis, Shreveport, New Orleans and intermediate points. Direct connections made for all points North, East and Southeast. Ask your local agent for schedules, rates and other information, or address r. w. CURTIS, Southwestern Passtnger Agent. EI Phbo, Texas. E. P. TURNER, Gen. Passenger Agent Dallas, Texas. NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.