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S.itunlr'ty, c f r 1 r in, t(j((i NOGALES NOTES. Yj'.lcnliiy Hon, Ku-nr rt. Iv w;i in town frntn Tuexon. Mr. II. M. CJInctt n a l)ii.i nesu visitor at Tucson Wednesday. Thursday Mr. Thomas Kllia of Magdalcna was a visitor in the line cities. Next Thursday night lion. Mark Smith will talk politics at Armory Hall in Nogaies. Wednesday night Mrs. John V. Gates and children returned from a visit of several months in Mis souri. Hon. William F. Cooper, candi date for congress, will speak 'at Armory Hall Monday evening, the twenty-second. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Avers and daughters from San Francisco, are guests of Mr. T. F. Brown. Mrs. Ayers is a daughter of Mr. Brown. Dr. Maud Wilde will close her dental parlors in La Moda block, Kogales, Sonora, Monday, till November 1, on account of ill health. For Sale: A well located Min ing property situated a few miles irom Patagonia. Just what you want for a successful mining companv. Address R. D Sims, P. 0. Box 21), Joplin, Mo. Owing to the indisposition of the lady members and an accident to one of the male singers of the Ottore !fc Drog Co. Italian Opera Company the opening of their engagement was postponed until tonight, when they will present "11 Trovatore." The Boston Store on Morley avenue is doing all the clerks can attend to now, on account of their special sale in order to make room for the extensive improvements Mr. Fleischer contemplates mak ing. When remodeled "The Bos ton" will be "the store" of Noga les. Mr. Fink, the new manager of the Boston, who succeeds Mr. Loeb, has his hands full, as there has arrived a large consignment of new fall goods to take care of, but he works as if he was equal to the emergency. Thursday morning a serious wreck occurred on the Sonora Railroad, just out from Guaymas, resulting in the deatn of two Mex ican workmen, and the serious in jury of two firemen and an engi neer. The latter, Engineer Wilson had both legs broken. The wreck is said to have been caused by the failure of an operator to get word to the conductor of the passenger train to look out for the two en gines and a caboose at work on the track out from Guaymas, and a collision was the result. The pas senger was delayed eight hours. There was a non-partisan anti joint statehood meeting called for Wednesday night, the bills an nouncing that the ablest orators in the territory would be present. But just at the present time, with part isan tickets in the field and each .party pulling for its own, mug wump meetings should not be ex pected to attract politicians of avowed democratic or republican principles. During a political campaign the mugwump is always an outsider and always will be. Even the speakers did not go to j got the sweater, but arrested him the hall, so no one ,was disap- on the more serious charge of at pointed,as no one el-;e went, either, j templed murder. Sit. Kfifi ju OnMitum i4 ir Mihliftyf it pHifiofi fuf JtfM.f tir'' i'tt n r'uhd.ty rlo'lfig fiiovrtrir fi! of fjifi jifufc in fhn jfi' rify f i both id'- of llm inff rit ifion.i I lifv, It i it hudiiblf" fnovfiii'Mit, and hould f i-i thi tipoft of all, ('Irrk i ii th" -torn work from Mrly morning f liM at ni'lif, and tli'v should b ivm one day in tli' week. The liti-Miir- men gen erally support the movement, and the public liuld uphold them in it. The following named mer chant have consented to clo-e Sundays: S. I eeker, It. Vaspiez, i. B. Fleischer, . Horvilleur v. Co.. A. Carpena. It is intended that the new arrangement shall take effect tomorrow, October 21. At midnight the Sonora railway time card changes, and trains re turn to the night schedule. The new schedule was received at The Oasis cilice too late to correct the standing advertisement this week, so the announcement ap pears as heretofore. Under the new arrangement the train going south makes close connection with the train from the north, and leaves Nogaies at 11:20 p. m., reaching Guaymas at 10:50 a. m. the follow ing day. Leaving Guaymas at 3:80 p. m. the north bound train reaches Xogales at 4 o'clock the following morning, making close connection wijh the train going to Benson a'nd Tucson: By this ar rangement the people from south, going either way, will be held at Nogaies over night. the not Nogaies to Have a First Class Roller Skating Rink. Roller skating has become very popular all over the country. Not to be behind the times, a company has len formed here in Nogaies to open a Roller Skating Rink, and tonight these gentlemen will open their rink to the public. They have gone to a great deal of ex pense in fitting up the Marsh Op era House. A new floor has been laid, which has all been hand painted until it is as smooth as a piece of glass. The rink will be open in the af ternoons and evenings. Saturday afternoon has been set apart for the school children and ladies. Prices of admission will be ten cents for general entrance, and twenty five cents for those who skate. It Charged with Attempted Murder. Thursday evening Sergeant of Rangers William Olds made an other of his lucky captures when he arrested Pedro Miranda, want ed at Silver Bell for attempted murder. About a year and a half ago, it is alleged, Miranda shot a man named Crolly at Silver Bell, the bullet striking Crolley in the back, under the shoulder, and pas sing clear through the body, but without striking a vital spot. Crol ly recovered and is now justice of the peace at Red Rock. When the officer arrested Miran da, he did not know who he had, having arrested him on suspicion of being the man who recently rob bed a Chinese store in Nogaies. Miranda wore a green and yellow sweater, and sweaters of that pat tern were among the goods stolen from the Chinese store. The ran ger had been on the look out for the stolen goods and apprehended Miranda for the purpose of learn ing where he got the sweater. When questioned Miranda told his name. The ranger then made no further effort to ascertain where he Mplcs Livery, Feed & Sale Stable. A I . VMM, Proprlnfor. 3 rOTHfHO AVtNIt. - Th" FineH Conveyance, 'Mir jx-ebil Attention Given to Alining Camps, ii) TvlvfttmiH Unit mo Ai Wit. XOtiALISS, X Ifty-- Hi hsrT!L l Hgtmvw! "it? GRAND HOTEL, COHEN BROS PROPS. Hermosillo, Son. t The Qnij First Class American Hotel In the City Tftb'.e supplied with the b st the Market affonls, L ft Wellington -Z :? - V r WHOLESALE AM RETAIL Fancy firoceries, Dry Goods, Shoes IlIUMtl STORES: Washington Camp and Patagonia i Brickwood House 3! J. T. Brickwood, Proprietor FIRST GLASS IN EVERY RESPECT Nicely Furnished Rooms. Prices Moderate NOGALES - The City Meat Market Haas & McClintock Meats Delivered Promptly to Any Part of the City., Phone 54 l',f or,e-, Careful Drivrr. Parlie Going to Outlying Itit in Mn tn 7,'i. AiUJiXA. mun linos. General Merchandise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour, Etc. Liquors. Family Trade Supplied. Agents r the I'mnott MONA RCli UK A ZV IJ Fiiney dm nod mul IStittlvd GimhIh. XOGALISS, ARIZ. T. ? I 9 Train - - ARIZONA 0.