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Saturday, Oct. 21, 191 1
The Popular Store Which is appropriately named and deservedly so, is in receipt of a large and varied stock of goods in gents' furnishings, embracing all the latest styles of the best makes and materials which are marked for sale at Popular prices. Dave Loeb, the popular proprietor of the Popular, is an expert in the selec tion and purchase of goods to catch the popular fancy and meet the popular demand; and in the new stock he has provided everything that can be desired by anyone by those who look to service and wear enly, to the most fastidious who want style and chic in their ap parel. In suits there are the world wide worn makes of Hart, iSchaff ner A: Marx and the Kuppen heimers; and there are Stetson hats which are worn wherever men sport "lids;" also Manhattan shirts, in the front rank for style and quality; and Regal and Clapp shoes, that for style, finish and durability are unexcelled. Attired in these any man may walk abroad proud in the consciousness of bear ing a correct appearance and the knowledge that he rivals all the glory of Solomon. Chihuahua Enterprize: Several nights this week the friends and adherants of Gen. Pascual Orozco have shown their disapproval of President de la Barra's action in ordering the insurrecto hero to the state of Sinaloa by loud demonstra tions on the streets and plazas. While the scenes had no signifi cance away from the usual peace and quietude of the city, yet the protests of the multitudes were not without avail. Promises from official source in the federal dis trict advise that Orozco's stay in Sinaloa will be but temporary and that within thirty days he will be relieved and will come hack to this city. This news has somewhat ! appeased the feelings of the people. It is thought that Governor Gon zalez's telegrams to Madero had something to do to bring about this change in Orozoo's behalf. As the general himself puts it: "I shall go wherever my country calls me. Mexica Herald: J. E. Richards, representing the McCurdy Aero plane Company of New York city, arrived in this capital last night direct from Porto Rico, and will locate at Hotel Porters. In con junction with R. R. Young, gen eral manager of the McCurdy plant, who is to arrive in the com ing week, he will make complete preparations for the introduction of three of the greatest biplane flyers in the United States, includ ing J. J). McCurdy, who will be re membered for his remarkuble flight from Key West to Havana. The management will bring to the city five of the newest types of headless biplanes, arriving Novem ber 12. It is the intention of the promoters to work in conjunction with the local aero club and a splendid exhibition of the best type of biplane is promised. Mr. McCurdy will be accompanied by two members of his staff, to be selected from the following well known flyers: Charles Foster Willard, Jake Dougherty, and Doc Wildman. The latter, who is the sensation of the year in bi plane circles, is assured. Notice for Publication. (1'CBMSHKK.) Department of the Interior. U. S. Lain! Oilico at Phoenix, Arizona, September Irt lull. Xoiico is hereby given that David W. McFarlam. of Canille, Arizona, who, on June 10. 1111 , made Homestead entrv. No oHC-Vl, for S' .SW .NW1 4. .SjS.iSW.SW ..'. iV tSt 4 N Wf4', S"NWT 4SK' NW'.. W!.SE' .SE'..Sw'i. rtWi;SE':sE',;XV' NSV'4.SVt4, NWKNKf.SW!',, W'aNK'tSK'4 SW'.. Sen. 2."., S'.SE'IN E1 ., S'.JNL.SKJ.NK' ,, EL.SK'.SW'.NK'.' 8E'.XE'.'SW.:SK','. X1..- V. X'jSW'.XE'E1.. XV(4SE'4SE', i ,. N E'4X W ' .,SE) 4. NE 4S K'4SW!4SE'4. NE'.SE' 8E!, E 8ec. 2C. T.22 S..R. 1H E ,(i.VSKB.V.M 160 acres, has filed notice of intention to make Final live year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Allen T. Bird, clerk of Di. trict Court, at Noaies, Ariz., ou the 25th day of October, 1'Jll. Claimant names as witnesses: Willie A. Parker, Henry Pyeatt, Robert L. Parker. Stephen Alexander, all of Cnnille, Ariz. FRAXK H. PAKKEK. Register. September 23 -October 21, 1111. ROY & TITCOMB. Inc. Shops, Warehouses and Main Office NOGALES, ARIZONA BRANCH, GUAYMAS, Sonora, Mexico OUR GASOLINE HOISTING ENGINES REPRESENT the LATEST DEVELOP. MENT in HOISTING ENGINE BUILDING. SIZES 15 to 70 H. P. both SOLID and SECTIONAL. -J STARTS and HANDLES as EASILY as STEAM ENGINE. COMPACT CONVENIENT POSITIVE STARTS ' WITHOUT JERK ALL PARTS ACCESSIBLE WE MANUFACTURE AND ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH Stamp Mills, Cyanide, Concentrating, Smelting, Hoisting, Pumping, Power and Lighting Plants, Tube Mills, Crushers, Rolls, Ore Cars, Etc. We make a Specialty of Sectionalized Machinery for Muleback Transportat ion largest Stock Mining Machinery & Supplies in Southwest Established in 1889 Now that we are in the midst of summer we wish la call your attention to our splendid assortment of toilet articles in cluding talcum powders, soaps, toilet waters, sponges, hath brushes and many other useful articles. We are agents for the famous auto strop safely razor, sold on 30 days' trial and guaranteed to shave you. Bring us your prescriptions. We have the Reputation. We never substitute. Mail orders receive prompt attention. INTERNATIONAL DRUG CO. Phone 21, We Deliver Promptly. W. 0. BROWN, Manager ADOLFO BLEY, HrfslJent. MAX Ml'LLKR, Vice ('resident. L. BltAUEK, Manager. BANCO DE SONOKA, Main Offick: HEKMOSILLO. BRANCHES: NOGALES, GUAYMAS, ALAMOS, CHIHUAHUA, CULIACAN 1MII) Ul CAPITAL, 91,aHKOOO. SUltl'LUS $i9JOOtOOO. BRANCH IN NOGALES. ADOLI'tt UliLliH, lnn,,Uor. A General Banking Business Transacted. BOUGHT AND SOI.I). Collection Carefully Made and Promptly Accounted for DEPOSITS RECEIVED IN AMtRICAN AND MEXICAN MONEY. MAX MULLKII, PRISM DENT. SIMON lil.LY, V1CE-PKKMP8ST. ('Alt LOS ROIIKE, MA.N.M.KK. BANCO HIP0TECARI0 Y AGRICOLA DEL PACIFICO (MORT;.VJK St AGRICULTURE RANK OF THE PACIFIC.) HERMOSILLO, - - - SONORA Tammco St. No. 20 P. O. Pox -VJ CAPITAL - - - $2,000,000 Kong Term Mortgage Loans. .Special Facilities to Farm rum ami Ranchers. Deposits Received in Mexican and American Money. Negotiates Notes and Drafts. JJcys and Sells Exchange on all Financial Centers oe Mexico and Aukoad. Does all other Banking Transactions under the most Liberal Terms. (? SONORfl RAILWAY COMPANY Customs Deoartmen For the purpose of facilitating the importation and exportation of merchandise into and out of Mexico and reducing cost of such service to a minimum, this Company maintains a Brokerage Office at Nogales. We solicit your patronage. Consign your freight in zn rzrrour care. We Guaranteezzzzzzzzzzz Promptness, Eniciency and Economy i G. BOWMAN, Agent and Broker n t yi '