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Saturday, Feb 3. 191 2 NOGALES NOTES. A Survey of the Happeilngc in the Line City and Vicinity During the Week. Mr. J. W. McCord came up from Hermosillo this morning. Monday The Oasis editor . went to Elgin on business returning at evening of the same day. Look for Al. Lloyd's ad. in this paper. Yesterday Nogales was visited by Bishop Ignacio Valdespino of the diocese of Sonora. A complete line of Fall Hats at the Elite Millinery. Miss Louise Kingsley of New York is visiting Nogales, the guest of her nephew, Doctor A. C. Kings ley. (. Mrs. E. P. Cook of Patagonia, who had been visiting in Nogales a couple of weeks, returned home Monday morning. The Congress Saloon, corner Elias and International Streets. P. B. Torres, Mgr. Monday morning Messrs. Mark Lulley and Chris Schultz went to Patagonia, thence out to the Wand ering Jew camp. Small pox is reported at Tubac, and this morning Doctor Kingsley, the county physician went out there to investigate. If you are particular about your assaying, send your samples to Al. Lloyd, Alamos, Sonora. Yesterday Mr. Angus Cashion of the Grant Brothers Construction Company, was at Nogales, having come up from Tepic. Cantina Central, Hermosillo, opposite Banco de Sonora, A. A. Monteverde proprietor. Lunches, Finest Mexican Cigars. Mrs. M. T. Holden of Elgin, who is at St. Joseph's hospital quite ill, is reported improving rapidly, and she will be able soon to return home. Monday Nogales was visited by Colonel Emilio Kosterlitzky, of Magdalena, Comandante of the Third Zone of La Gendarmeria Fiscal. , In Alamos, Sonora, the only place for Americans to put up, is at Al. Lloyd's. This week Nogales has been vis ited by Mr. G. A. Lonsberry, a former resident, living now in Long Beach, California, who is interest ed in Sonora. Yesterday Mr. Thos. Casanega was in town attending to the load ing and hauling of the pumping machinery purchased by him from Karns Brothers. ; Last night Miss Nellie Mitchell I arrived in Nogales from Knoxville, Tennessee, to attend her brother Mr. Frank J. Mitchell who is very ill at St. Joseph's Hospital. Sunday Nogales, was visited by Mr. J. L. Sheperd, general manager tor the San Felipe Mining Com pany, developing a fine property near Uealito, on the Rio Yaqui. who was on his way to his home in Charleston, West Virginia. Mr. Sheperd went to Tucson Monday, ience East, He reported every V"n8 at Uealito coming along Mr. J. S. Williams, district at torney of Cochise county , was in Nogales Tuesday, returning home to Tombstone from a , trip into the Altar district of Sonora. Mr! and Mrs. Don A. Sanford Jr. from Sanford's station, in the So noita cafion, were' visitors"-at No gales Tuesday, having come from home Monday evening. Mr. Paul Sprecher in company with his mother Mrs. H. F. Sprech er, and Hster Mrs. S. F. Cooper of Washington, D. C, is spending a few days in Guayraas Son. Yerterday Mr. Pablo Osterman proprietor of the Sonora Distillery came up from Hermosillo and was at Nogales through the day. This i morning the gentleman went to j Cananea. j Mrs. Samuel Cooper and little 1 son Daniel are here from Washing j ton city visiting with relatives. Mrs. Cooper will be remembered ; by many friends as .Miss Hallie 1 Sprecher. - - Yesterday Karns Brothers sold to Mr. Thos. Casanega, the Cala- ! basas rancher, a 1G h. p. Stover gas engine and a complete pumping plant of a capacity of 1500 gallons per minute. Mr. Fred J. Miller of Mowry, superintendent for the Red Cone Mining Company, and for the Skibo Mining & Development Com pany, was at Nogales on Saturday of last week. This week Messrs. A. L. Peck and A. A. Dohetty have bonded to Los Angeles parties their Tres de Mayo mining property, in the Pa tagonia mountains. The price is stated at $35,000. Monday Mrs. Walter Fortune of Patagonia, with the little baby born in Nogales a couple of weeks ago, returned to her home. The little one has been named Margaret Ruth Fortune. Two or three nice furnished rooms suitable for light house keeping, also single room for ladv or gentleman. Inquire of Mrs. E. I'. Noon, Noon Addition. Phone 1211. Invalids not desired. Mr. F. E. Edwards, from Los Angeles, California, in visiting the line city, hiving come Sunday evening, joining Mrs. Edwards who had been visiting her brother Hon. Bracey Curtis, the preceding week. Messrs. C. E. Bordwell and F. P. Brevillier, attorneys represent entir.g some of the interests in the litigation over the Mowry and Alto mining properties, were at Nogales Sunday and Monday looking over the papers in the various cases. Thursday evening Mr. R. B. Wharton, representing Blake, Mof fit and Towne, paper dealers of Los Angeles, California, arrived in the line city and has been talking business ever since. In the morn ing the gentleman goes to Cananea. Yesterday Messrs. Will II . Walk er and Owen Walker were in No gales from the Palo ParaJo coun try, and hauled back the Karns Brothers' well drilling outfit. Next week the machine will be put to work drilling deeper the well on the Walker ranche, after which it will be taken down near Tubac to drill a well for Thos. Casanega. Tuesday evening General Super intendent H. J. Temple of the Sonora railway, was at Nogales, having come from Cananea, where he went Monday, having come from Empalme Sunday night. Wednes day morning the gentleman went south with a special train bearing an inspecting party of officials of We have traveled many years and been to many places, but have never seen a city so noted for its Wfiil Women and Girls AS NOGALES. To keep her beauty is the ambition of every women and we are happy to say we can assist them, as we keep a very large variety of Liquid, tireaseless and Hold Dreams besides numeros Skin Foods and other preparations which go to make a lady a thing of beauty and a joy forever. INTERNATIONAL DRUG CO. Phone 21, We Deliver Promptly. VV. G. BROWN, Manager the Southern Pacific of Mexico. Mr. Neil McDonald of Patagonia was a visitor at Nogales Tuesday. At evening of that day Mr. Mc Donald attended the meeting of the Boosters' Club, and he express ed himself as interested greatly in the movement, to which he pledged his support and influence. Mr. Charles II. White, the im migration agent for the Southern Pacific of Mexico, was at Nogales Tuesday, and at evening the gent leman attended the meeting of the Boosters' Club, where he made an interesting and timely speech, pledging the Southern Pacific tn give every assistance to the move ment to establish at the line city a West Coast International Exposi tion. Tuesday evening there arrived from Tucson Major Charles Hines, the new vice president and general manager for the Southern Pacific of Mexico, who was accompanied by Messrs. L. II. Long J. C. Mc Clure, second and third assistants to the general manager. The party remained overnight at the line city, and at G o'clock Wednesday morning they departed southward on a tour of inspection of the lines, going in a special train consisting of their own private cars and that of General Superintendent H. J. Temple, who joined the inspecting party here. The Leap Year Club entertained at the home of Miss Hayes, Monday evening, January 29. A very enjoyable time was spent in games, music and dancing. The most enjoyable and alsoamusing feature of the evening was a speech by the "Boy Orator." The house was decorated throughout with the club colors, black and gold. At twelve o'clock the dining table was sur rounded by twenty "American Beauties" who partook of a delici ous lunch. Big Band With Rlmstrefo. , Fred Simpson'a Challenge Band" of twenty-five, which accompanies Richards & Pringle's Famous Georgia Minstrels, is acknowledged to be the best minstrel band that ever toured the country. Simpson is known from coast to coast as "The Black Pryor, Wizard of the Trombone." He has been j connected with this company for len years, and is paid larger salary than that paid to any other leader of a minstrel band. His famous band, whose repertoire in cludes everything from rag time to grand opera, will give a concert upon the principal street at noon, and another at the theatre at 7:50 o'clock in the evening on the date of the company's appearance in this city, which is Thursday, Feb ruary, 8, Lyric Theatre. TALKING - MACHINES We are wholesale and retail dealers for Mexico for the VICTOR TALKING MACHINBS Our prices are the same as in Chicago and New York. When you purchase your machine and records from us. we save you Express Charges to Nogales. VICTORS FROM $10 TO $100 carried in stock. Our new Stock of llprorda pnirinriaoa n7f.i. Aftnn in o.,l 10 inch, and a complete assortment of Red Seal. Record carrying Cases for 50 Records S3.00. Catalogues and Price Lists furnished on application.' SONORA NEWS CO., NOGALES, ARIZ.. AND ALL LEADING CITIES IN MEXICO.