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Saturday, December 8, 1906 Metal Quotation. Following are the market quota tions on metals or today: Copper, 2l:i C" 22 J cts. per lb. Lead, per 100 11. 5.75 (" 5.00. Silver, pel oz., OS J cts. New York City, Exchange 1.01 Peso. Bullion value 5 4 Mex. Dol. (local) 52f American Dollars 1.81 Mexico City Exchange 2.01 THE BOSTON STORES L. B. FLEISCHER, Proprietor 5 J t 4 JAPANESE IMPORTED GOODS zzzZl Kancv Cup and Saucers. Tea Sets. 'Au tito" Vases, all sizes ami prices. Jlf.l -luiHri" i'iutes. P.askets of ii'.I descriptions. "P.atnboo" Work Tables. Fans, Jirushca, etc. Toy l i S ll l' 8 . Mexican Drauln WofK, Fili gree ana Curved Leather, Mex ican JlonKets, Sarnpes. etc. IX 7" en re the only European Importers direct from the )rim i j.ul Factories of Europe. We carry a full line of Parisian CnwiK, silks, Linens, Laces, Km broideries ami all kinds of fa iic v Trimmings, Jewelry, French perfumery, Etc., Etc. o t t t t t Witale ail Iciiiil STORES- XOGALES, AKIZOXA. (ANANEA, SON., MEX. GUAYMAS, SOX., MEX. NOGALES, SOX., MEX., WHOLESALE DEPT. Leading Clothiers of the Southwest UP to the present time there has been no wholesale dry goods and clothing house on the American Mexican International line and retail merchants sent to Chicago, St. Louis, New York and other points for their stocks of goods. They can now be purchased on the Mexican side of the line and shipped to any point south on short notice. Our wholesale depart ment in Nogales, Sonora, is now well supplied. We also represent the best tailoring establishments in the country and suits made to order are guaranteed to tit. We are prepared to supply the trade of Sonora and Sinaloa more promptly than any other house in the two countries. Fair and Square Deal for Everybody r Up j!irrv Hi milv iiml Largest Mexican Curios stock J i in the Slate of Kononi -sJ t t Our Mr. Leon Ilorvilleiir, head mem ber of our houses makes his headquart ers in Enroie and Ims the best oppor tunities to buy the best goods and at the lowest price than anybody else. o We can sell Wholesale and Retail at very low prices. "LA MODA" NOGALES NOTES. T- tr T llln f Tn;.rtn .11 1 . jj. tr icnr(V ui a uvcuii in 1 in the line city for a short timej this week. Pupils taught piano, organ and vocal music. Pianos for sale. Mrs. Lulley. Mr. W. II. Colby of Tucson was a business visitor in the line cities .Monday of this week. Fou Rent One or two furnish ed sunny rooms in good locality. Apply Oasis ofiice. Mr. C. Jones representing the Sunset Magazine, was registered at the Brickwood House this week. Mr. It. C. Tarbell of Naco, came in on business and stopped in the line cities for a few days this week. For good, substantial service wear Hamilton. Brown & Co.'s "Patrol Shoe," sold at the Red House, Ra mon Vasquez. Mr. W. G. Holman of Los An geles was a guest at the Montezu ma Hotel last Tuesday while on a business trip to Nogales. "The American Gentleman" the finest and handsomest shoe for gentlemen's wear, at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Mr. C. H. Winskley of Seattle passed some days in Nogales this week on business and pleasure. The gentleman was accompanied by Mrs. Winskley. Mr. T. W. Dohertyof St. Louis was in the city on business this week. While in Guaymas eat and drink at The Gambrinus, William Herr manns. I). K. Smith of La Colorada, Sonora, was a visitor in Nogales last Saturday. Messrs. M. Dreyfus and L. Drey fus of Paris, were visitors in No gales this week. Mr. George Cannon of Mowry was up from the camp for a couple of days this week. Heavy black cardboard for mounting photographs for sale at The Oasis office. Mr. G. A. Feidler of Patagonia spent some days in Nogales the later part of last week. Mr. A. Lewels and wife of Altar, Sonora, were guests at the Brick wood House several days last week. Mr. II. Gordon Glore, superin tendent of the Richfield mine paid a visit to Nogales last Monday and Tuesday: Gents' and bovs' clothing and underwear, stylish, cheap and dur able at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Mr. William Madding will oc cupy one of the stores in Piskor ski's new building for his second hand goods business. The city council meeting last Monday night was adjourned for one week on account of non-attendance of a quoroum. .Matinee Skating Rink this af ternoon. Children half price. No children under 14 years allowed on the floor Saturday or Sunday nights. Until December 15, we will sell at especially low prices all Mex ican drawn work, filigree work, Gua dalajara ware, fancy postal cards and all kinds of curios and toys. We will sell at prices that will not permit of competition. Local Postal cards 25c a doz. "La In dustria Mexicana," Rochin & Mendez. Mr. J. Anderson of Mowry spent a few days in the city this. week. Mr. C. E. Hanley of Tucson spent a few days in Nogales this week on business and registered at the Brickwood. During the heavy rain of Sat urday night part of the large, stock of Nathan Leeker's La Barata Store was damaged owing to an imperfect roof. Look out for some bargains at La Barata. The board of supervisors was in session at the court house last Monday and transacted regular business. Another meeting will be held Monday. Dec. 17, to finish up last year's business. Mr. Frank Reagan returned last Wednesday morning from a visit to the home of his parents in Del Rio, Texas. Mr. Reagan was ab sent from Nogales some three weeks and says he is glad to be back to the line cities. Wanted -Good man in each county to represent and advertise co operative department, put out samples, etc. Old established bus iness house. Cash Salary $21.00; weekly expense money advanced; permanent position. Our Refer ence, Bankers National Bank of Chicago, Capital $2,000,000.' Ad dress Manager, THE COLUMBIA HOUSE, Chicago, 111. Desk No. 1. ll-4t. Mr. J. E. Loaiza of Hermosillo was a visitor in Nogales last week. Mr. J. B. Ephybord of Denver, Col., passed through Nogales thi3 week. Mr. T. Dillon of Chyenne, Wyoming, paid Nogales a visit this week. A. M. Kotz of New York was a guest at the Montezuma Hotel this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rous of Tucson were visitors in Nogales several days this week. Mr. Jacob Spitz of San Fran cisco, Cal., paid Nogales a business visit this week. Mr. L. Lindsey of Los Angeles paid a business visit of several days to Nogales this week. Mr. J. G. Alvarez of Alamos, Sonora was in the line cities this week on business and a guest at the Brickwood. Saturday night's rain storm made forcible entrance to the show window of the Rodgers Candy Co. and reduced to molasses a large display of fine candies laid out to gratify the Sunday sweet tooth of its customers. Rodgers says he can sell all the fine candies he can make, but not after they have teen irrigated by a hard rain storm. ictor TALKING MftCHINe.S We carry in stock over 1,000 Records and All Sizes and Prices of Machines. Our prices are just the same as in Chicago or New York. Catalogue and Price Lists Furnished on Application. Machines Sold on Easy Payments. New Records Received Daily. SONORfl NEWS 60., Nogales, Arizona.