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Sunday, February 20, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Pago Three MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, cloven miles from Globe, is now tho terminal of the Gila Val ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office, telograph ofllco and a three-trip-a-day train service with Globe. Three months ago Miami had oqo houso; it now has two hundred. Miami has a population of COO. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In tho Miami district aro tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, LIvo Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Duquesne, Schulze Group and Colo De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is tho distributing point for theso mines. Tho Miami mine now employs 600 men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. Tho first month's freight receipts at Mi ami woro over $40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business aro represented. It has a weekly nowspaper, The Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities aro still open. It is predicted that by January 1, 1011, tho population will be 3,000. Miami Business Directory Miami Drug Store .First-class Pharmacy. Se lect stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Med icines and Toilet Arti cles. Mall orders solicited. PALACE HOTEL and ROOMING HOUSE First-class Bar and Res- taurant. Wo solicit your patronage. Do you want anything moved from Globo to Miami? If so see mo about it. If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BROS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Dally MIAMI, ARIZ. BEST GROCERY In Miami. Wo open to ploase yo S. ABRAHAMS Home Restaurant Only First-Class Restau rant in Miami. Miami Meat Co. Wo deliver your orders to all partd of tho Dis trict. R. M. RAY, Mgr. GOLDEN RULE Dry Goods Store MIAMI The Miami Saloon and ROOMING HOUSE Tho place to meet your friends. JOHN FITZPATIOK General Blacksmlthing. Horse Shcr'ug and Car riago Work Our Special ty. Davis & Sikes Miami Livery and Feed Stable SEE US WELKER & LAYTON CO., PROPS. White House Saloon Best Liquors and Cigars in Town . DESPOT & WUIOIOH Props. Maxson Candy Co. Boxed and Bulk Candies for the Ladies of Miami Cobb Brothers Staple and Fancy Groceries PALACE MEAT MARKET The Place to Buy ROSE & COPAS, Props. MIAMI TOWNSITE COMPANY Ask us aboutvanything you want to know about MIAMI OLEVE W. VAN DYKE, Pres. JOE V. PROCHASKA, Mgr. TO BEGIN WORK D S E BUG .Best of Construction to Be Used in New Enterprise" at Miami It. T. Hammcrsley of Globe, who se cured tho contract for tho cold storage building on Keystone and Railroad avo Jiues, was in AKami Saturday making arrangements to start work on the building JTondny morning. , T. II. Ar nold & Co. have completed the grading, which required cutting tho hill away to a depth of several foot, and the de livery of tho building material is all MELLOW WITH AGE .4. Doctors prescribe this liquor, $ recognized to be the best made. 4 Sold exclusively over our bar. It's worth traveling some dls- tance to Bccure.. Try it at FITZ PLACE IN MIAMI. Guaranteed Under the Pure Food Laws of the United States. CEDAR BROOK CLEAR BROOK KENTUCKY BROOK Three of tho Best Brands of Whis koy Manufactured in America. 1 that interferes with tho beginning of work. Tho building will bo of frame. .30x50 feet, and will be of tho heav iest material obtainable. Botween tho outside and insido walls there will bo fc space of 8 inches, which will bo pack ed solidly with sawdust. , The doors will bo specially built, be ing patterned after doors on ice boxes. Tho building will "jo mado airtight as nearly as possible. The contract for tho several largo inside ico boxes has been placed with out-of-town firms and will coino in a knocked down condi tion nnd arrive in Miami by 'tho timo tho outer structure is completed. These individual ico boxes will bo used for moats, vegetables, fruits, beer and per ishable goods; A largo section of tho building will bo set aside for storago of ice which will bo sold to tho Mi ami trade. It is expected that tho building will bo completed by April 1 and that ico .will bo delivered to residents of Mi ami every day nfter that date. Tho company expects to handle a largo amount of ico and beer and keep in storago everything perishable, and to provido for this, large business has had a spur track built to the side of tho building, which will permit quick load ing and unloading. J. J. Keegan, presidont of the cold storago company, has been in Miami quito frequently recently, making ar rangements for tho construction of the building. Mr. Keegan states that tho building will servo Miami for the pres ent, but if the town continues its rapid growth the building will have to bo enlarged next year, possibly sooner. o McElroy for paints. Sco -tho new offices for rent on 2nd floor new Amstor building. j..'!-! T. H. Arnold & Co. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. MEAT COMPANY CHANGES HANDS The personnel of the Miami Meat company, which formerly included the liny brothers, has been changed, the Itny brothers retiring. T. V. McClellan and C. !'. Jjincecum will-continue the business under tho same firm name, and guarantees the same courteous treat ment and prompt service to tho com pany's patrons. Mr. Lincecum, who will do the butchering, states that from now on only tho choicest meats will be handled and that everything carried by a first class meat market will bey found in their store. While in charge of tho Miami meat company tho Ray brothers made a host of friends who wish them success in tho future. This market, as well as the Palace market, also" the grocery stores, will close at 10 a. m. Sunday morning and housewives and restaurant keepers are urged to make their purchases Saturday or early Sun day morning. o EAGLES TO LIGHT IN MIAMI .lako Weinberger, a well known Globo lawyer and territorial deputy organizer of the Eagles, was in Miami this week on legal business. Whilo in Miami Mr. Weinberger did some missionary work toward organizing an aerie of the Eag les in Miami. Fred Le Bower, one of the proprietors of the Palace restaurant, also an Eagle, discussed tho matter with Mr. Weinberger, and it is probable the first organization of any kind to be launched in Miami will bo the Eagles. There are a number of Eagles 111 Mi ami at present who will enlist in the work. 0 BASEBALL AS USUAL Although the Miami club has not been chosen for all positions on tho diamond, and tho weather man has had a grouch on since last Sunday, there will bo basoball as usual bunuay on mo u. mond near tho Mission. A number of batteries have been working out during tho week and when two nines are chosen there will bo an over supply of slab stcrs and receivers. Manager Ross in cites all the players to turn out and tho club's paraphernalia will be at their service. Tho proposition of Walter Shuto of Ulobe, to orgauize ' '"-" league, Miami, Globe and Safford, to play for the sport the game offers, is well received here, and Miami will be found co-operating with Globo in such a move, this being Miami's original do siro in organizing its club. NO SHAVES ON SUNDAY Already tho several barbers in Miami have caught the Sunday fever and those I.:-,. n -elmVA nn SlimlaV. WHO go neeJWWK o...v ,, , "' will bo disappointed and compelled to go unshaved. At a little powwow of tho tonsorialists this week it was de- cided that juaami was no jub. "" and that tho customs and prices that 1.. i ninim shnuld annlv in Miami. Hence tho Sunday closing. JAIL LACKS ROOF ,, -c:-...: 3;i ; nil iviinnlcted with .: e i,o rnnf. The struc- tural iron for tho roof has, been lost, mislaid or stoieu mm """ - "';. tho jail will bo unfit for tho reception of prisoners. Tho steel doors and all the gratings aro in place, and from ap pearances, it will take an expert to break out when tho roof is on. Although uncompleted ami vuu "" i tv Sheriff Spoon placed two drunken Mexicans in the bastile tho other night and found them thero in the morning, they being too drunk to scale the wall and escape. JUSHfluTOF DIAPEPSIN ENDS STOMP MISERY Indigestion, Heartburn, Gas and Headache Believed in Five Minutes S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, ARIZ. Wc are still soliciting your patronage. "We do not aim to slight you. If our solicitors have not called on you, notify us and one will come at once. Our business is growing rapidly and our large stock is growing accordingly. We arc taking great pains to make the prices a leading feature. We invite you to look through our stock and compare prices. Ranch eggs, Safford butter and fresh vegetables and fruits our specialty. S. ABRAHAM You can eat anythink your stomach craves without fear of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that your food will fer ment or sour on your stomach if you will take a littlo Diaoepsin. occasionally. Your meals will tasto good, and any thing you eat will be digested; nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas, wheh causes belching, Dizziness, a feling of fullness after eat ing, Nausea, Indigestion (like a lump of lead in stomach), Billiousness, Heart burn, Wator'brash, Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms. Headaches from the stomach aro abso lutely unknown where this effectivo rem ..i.. : ..cn.1 ninnnnain reallv dots all tho work of a healthy stomach. It di gests your meals when your stomach 0 .. . . , .-, ,:n .lfnit oil tlio Can't . A SiHgiu uoso "i uik"-". .... .. f.i ni, f nnil leavo nothing to fer ment or sour and upset tho somach. Get a largo liu-ceni caso 01 -rayi: a T:..0:n 1-11111 vfliii" Irnrrfrist and start taking now, and in a littlo whilo you will actually brag aoout yuur lioiiu;, dhus Stomach, for you then can eat anything i ..-,,n,;.,r. vnii ivnnt. without tho slightest discomfort or misery, and every i-i :..... -It.- ol dna flint it! in your stomach and intestines is going to bo carried away without tho uso of lax atives or any other assistance. Should you at this moment be suffer ing from Indigestion or any stomoch dis order, you can get rclici within five mis utet. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Gall for a special meeting of the stockholders and directors of the Turk ish Angora Goat association, Inc., to be held at tho Manhattan bar, No. 27S Broad street, Globe, Gila County, Ari zona, Thursday, February 24th, 1U10, at 8 o'clock P. M., to consider by vote a proposition for the sale of the cntiro holdings of said tho Turkish Angora Goat Ass '11, Inc. I!y order of the President, LYMAN O. WOODS. Tonight Tonight at Dreamland Theater t?x CfeYs ft: n ?. 'UERSffir. rf&v fimmVB Wf v v ix n i . 1 ttrjazk c UJsrssPm: mWWA . ..!: MrM 7 YV. vim STO ' m 'i m 1 1 mi i , Ml ! I'.iitiM, If Marie de Beau "Tempest" "Tempest -.-.- and Sunshine" Original Cast New Music Special Scenery j: - - i f Beautiful Southern Drama Reserve your seats early today. Prices 50, 75 and $1.00 f. u IE Horse Collars and Collar Pads I We have a few left which we are going to sell at less than ACTUAL COST to us o Hardware and Tinware All articles listed below are for sale Below Cost See Them. Bridle Bits Harness Snaps Door Bolts Door Hasps Files Miner's Candlesticks Chicken Wire Staples Carpet Tacks Stove Lifters Curry Combs Horse Shoes Combination Hatchets Fruit Jars $1.00 a dozen Tea Kettles Tin Lunch Buckets Gem Pans Lanterns Water Coolers Hammers, Saws, Etc. Stove Pipes and Elbows Granite Iron Lunch Buckets Wire Clothes Line Canteens O SHIRT WAISTS Kegular $2.50 values $1.80 Eegular $2.00 values $1.55 Kegular $1.75 values $1.25 CORSET COVERS Eegular $1.25 values 75c Regular $1.00 values 70c Regular 50c values 35c Regular 40c values 25c NIGHT GOWNS Regular $1.50 values $1.20 Regular $1.00 values 165c COMBINATION SUITS Regular $2.50 values $2.00 Regular $1.25 values 85c UNDERSKIRTS Regular $1.75 values $1.25 Regular $1:50 values 80c LADIES' PANTS Regular $1.00 values C5c Regular $1.25 values 70c Regular 65c values 45c Regular 50c values 35c Ladies' Union Suits 50c Osses' Slippers Less Than Cost Women's Felt Shoes, pair $1.00 Infant's Shoes, reg. $1.25, now 85c Oil Cloth by the bolt, yd 18c Oil Cloth by the yard 20c Misses' Sun Bonnets 20c Large assortment of laces and em broidery .Less Than Cost Special in Perfumery and on all Toilet Goods. Bartenders' toweling, yard 10c A few Comforts left at your own price. Jap-a-lac, 50c size 35c Three sticks Blueing 10c Miners' Candle Sticks : 25c Smelter Gloves $L25 15 Men's Suits, your choice $5.00 Levi Strauss Overalls 95c Boys' Shoes, reg.$2.50 and $3.00, now $1.50 Patent Medicines at Half Price Canteens at -Half Price Men's Shirts, reg. $1.50 and $2.00, now ' oc Men's Balbriggan Underwear 75c suit Men's Tight Baibriggan Underwear 35c suit Men's Sox, reg. 20c now 10c Men's Sox, reg. 35c now. 20c- Men's Gloves, reg. $3.00, now....$1.50 Men's outing Shoes, reg. $3.25, 'now ' $2.00 Men's, Slippers -. : $1.00 Men's B. & H. nailed Shoes, reg. $3.50, now $3.00 Men's Dress Shoes, reg. $3.25 and $5.00, now $2.25 and $3.25 Shot Gun Shells, Black and Smokeless Powder at Less than Cost North 117 HPH llfll Nortn Globe ?f Alio 11M V v aIIICULI !u Globe S