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MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, eleven milc3 from Globo, is now tho terminal of tho Olla Val ley, Globe & Nortl'orn railway. It has a postofflce, express office, telegraph ofllco and a thrco-trip-aday train servlco with Globe. Three months ago Miami had one house; it now has two hundred. Miami has a population of 500. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In the Miami district aro tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystono, Live Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Duquesne, Schulze Group and Cole De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami Is the distributing point for these mines. Tho Miami mine now employs 600 men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. Tho first month's freight receipts at Mi ami were over $10,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business are represented. It has a woekly nowspapor, Tho Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities aro still open. It is predicted that by January 1, 1011, tho population will bo 3,000. Miami Business Directory Do you want anything moved from Globo to Miami? If so teo me about it If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BROS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Daily MIAMI, ARIV5. GOLDEN RULE Dry Goods Storo MIAMI Cobb Brothers Staple and Fancy Groceries The Miami Saloon and EdoMING HOUSE Tho place to meet your frlenda. JOHN FITZPATIOK BEST GROCERY In Miami. ' We open to please yo S. ABRAHAMS ' S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, ARIZ. We aro 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 are taking great pains to make the prices a leading featui-e. We invite you to look through our stock and compare prices. Ranch eggs, Safford butter and fresh vegetables and fruits our specialty. S. ABRAHAM MIAMI TOWNSITE COMPANY Ask us about anything you want to know about MIAMI CXEVE W. VAN DYKE, Pres. JOE V. PKOCHASKA, Mgr. PRIORITY RIGHTS TO WATER ARE SETTLED Judge Kent Hands Down Decision in Famous Salt River Litigation GREAT IMPORTANCE TO LAND UNDER DAM Brought on Demand of Gov ernment to Guide Water Apportionment co-operation in watering both tho old and newer lands. Tho decision covers thirteen newspa per columns, accompanied by various maps and classification of lands. It is designed by all parties in interest to be a wiping of the slate to date of all previous complexities, and beyond which can be no further resort for liti gation. The suit was brought by Judge J. II. Kibboy, counsel for the Salt River Val ley Water Users' association, under its direction. Small opposition to it at first was later dissipated. ERECTING FO UNION CAFE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS friio Union cafe, located on Gibson street, is practically, completed and opens for business on Thursday. It will bo conducted as a first-class lunch counter and restaurant. All tho fixtures and equipment aro new.. Tho room is large, tastily decorated and contaius a large lunch counter and several tables. llarnes & Jovovich are the proprie tors, Mr. Jovovich being well known in Uisbee. Mi. Barnes is well known in Globe as a first clasi chef, having been one of the proprietors of the Manhattan cafe in Globe when that place was first opened. Tho second" story of tho building will be us,ed as a rooming house, the ma jority of the rooms being rented now, though the building is unfinished. o HOTEL TOR GIBSON STEEET Despot & Wuicieh, proprietors of the White llouso saloon, have htaited tho grading work on their lot on Gibson -street preparatory to building. Mr. Despot stated that work would bo started on the building as soon as the grading is completed, which will re quire several days. Tho proposed build ing will be forty feet wide and sixty feet deep, two stories in height. Tho loner floor will be used for storeroom purposes and tho upper portion as n hotel. The front of the building will be brick and stone, the side walls and lear to be of concrete, nnd the whole to bo as near fireproof as possible. o ONE MORE CONCRETE Tete Spaydcr of Globo has begun tho erection of a concrete building on Mi ami avenuo adjoining Oftphcum hall. The building will bo a duplicate of tho coucreto building now being c ret ted by Ely & Co. on tho adjoining lot. It will be 24x02, and will be for -rent w.hen completed. o ENTERPRISING BUTCHERS To Rose & Copas of tho Palace Mar ket, is due tho credit of bringing the first carload of Kansas City meats into the Miami district. Xumerous restau rant keepers have received small ship ments of meat from Kansas City, but no market has ever undertook to carry u full line of Kansas City meats. The car is expected to arrive Kuday. Tho shipment is decalred to ho the choicest giado of fat stock. In additi'on u heavy shipment of prime ham and ba con and puro'leaf laid will arrive in the samo car. STARR EXONERATED OF CHARGES Riggle Fails to Substantiate Charge of Threats to Do Injury McElroy for paints. Pco tho new offices for rent on 2nd floor new Amstcr building. Send bomo of tho Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Celt to your friends abroad. A few left at tho low price of 2j cents each. T. H. Arnold & Co. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. Pn a showing that ho has not made threats against L. M. Riggle, that ho did not owe Rigglo money and that the latter was indebted to him for various small amounts, J. L. Starr of the Starr Tea & Coffeo company was discharged yesterday, aft.cr a hearing oeioro .luugo Jl. il. 1'ratt. Rigglo caused Siarr'a arrest early this week on an application to have tho latter placed under a peace bond, claiming that when ho attempted to collect money from Starr for services that tho latter threatened to kill him, in order to frighten him out of town In court Riggle failed utterly to sub stantiate his complaint and whon it was shown that Starr had befriended him on numerous occasions and given him money without receiving anything in return, lio was completely exonerated by tho court. See the now offices for rent on 2nd floor now Amster building. Common brick. Globe Brick & Con struction Co. PHOENIX, Ariz., March 2. Judge Edward Kent has rendered a decision in the caso entitled P. T. Hurley, plaintiff, and the United States of America, intervenor, against Charles F. Abbott and four thousand eight hun dred others, defendants. A friendly suit was instituted in 1905 for the purposo of ascertainment and establishment by judicial decree of the rights of all land ownors to the use of water from tho Salt river for irri gation. When tho government under took the Salt river reclamation project, most of the valley lands wero in pri vato ownership, having water appro priations from tho Salt river, of vary ing dates from torty years ago to re cent years, together with tho complica tions of changing ownership of the canals, and further complicated by the later and generally accepted doctrine that water is inseparable from land, as enunciated in the reclamation act. The government made the condition precedent to tho undertaking of the reclamation project, that tho priority rights of all lands to the uso of water should bo established beforo the gov ernment designated specifically, tho lands to bo watered' by the project, which designation is to occur on com pletion of the project. In nccor.danco wiin uiiii cuuuiuuu, t inciting sun un dertaken, with Hurley, one of the old ors appiopriators, as plaintiff, and all other water users defendants. Testi mony has been taken since as to the priority of each tract of land, and tho decision now rendered is to bo tho court record as a basis of all priorities here after. In tho successful furnishing of water to lands under the reclamation project, priorities will be valueless, as there will bo ample water for all. But in tho event of a catastrophe, the destruction of the storago dam or unexpected fail ure of tho water supply resulting in u shortage, tho priorities would bo val uable in determining which lands are entitled to whatever limited supply might bo available. In its essence, tho suit was the de mand of tho government that the vest ed rights of tho oldest lands be pro tected against any possibility of fail ure of tho reclamation project, in which tho old lands joined to make possible PROSPECT WELL OF CITY Active Drilling Should Be Under Way Before Next Week Passes WILL TALK FINANCE Democratic County Central Committee to Meet Sat urday Evening For the purposf of taking up general matters of finance, a meeting of the democratic county central committee will be held in the democratic meeting rooms in the Sultan building, Saturday nicht. A general call for the attendance ofl all member.? of the committee has been issued and it is expected that there will be a good attendance at the session. As far as can be learned, few ques tions other than financial matters will bo discussed. The meoting is called for 8 o'clock, Best Offices in Globe The Amster Building, corner Broad ana uaK streets, is now completed and ready for occupancy. The offices on the second floor are undoubtedly the finest in Globe and are modern in every respect. Applications for rental will be received at the office of the GLOBE LIGHT & POWER COMPANY. NCTVE KIDNEYS Within a week, drilling will com mence on the new city water well, lo cated at tho pumping plant above town. The rig, a frame structure seventy two feet high, is practically complete and the drilling outfit, which has ar rived from Safford, is being put in place. The only delay which may bo oc casioned in beginning work on tho new well will come as the result of tho non-arrival of a drilling cablo and a car of coal, to bo used in tho steam boilers. It is thought that the cable will bo hero by the nd of the week, howcvfcr, and it should bo a matter of only a short time until the car of coal is delivered. Tho boiler which was purchased with the outfit will not be used in drill ing tho new water well, as two steam boilers already in uso will furnish the necessary power to carry on drilling op erations. Progress in the erection of the new rig and tho installation of the neces sary machinery has been rapid and if this pace is continued in sinking the well, it will be only a few weeks until tho water bearing qualities of the lower earth stratas at the pumping planj will be determined. OLD CANDLESTICKS IN VOGUE The woman whoso aim is to reveal a touch of tho artist in her homo just at present is interested in tho old fashioned candlestick. It is a revival as happy in its way as that of the return to favor of Shef field or pewter ware. The candle held its own against tho oil lamp, but lost its popularity when gas came in, and it was practically outlawed when elec tricity came into general use. Now, however, many women of society nre using candles extensively. Fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheumatism of tho muscles duo to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treatment. All that is needed to afford relief is tho free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. Givo it a trial. You are certain to be pleased with tho quick relief which it affords. Sold by all druggists. THE CAUSE OF BACKACHE A Few Doses Make the Kid neys Act Pine. Ending Bladder or Urinary Misery A real surprise awaits every sufferer from kidney or bladder trouble who takes several doses of Pape's Diuretic. Misery in the back; sides or loins, sick headache, nervousness, rheumatism pains, heart palpitations, dizziness, sleeplessness, lnllamed or swollen eye lids, lack of cnerey and all symp toms of out-of-order kidneys simply vanish. Uncontrollablo urination (especially at night), smarting, offensive and dis colored water and other bladder mis ery ends. Tho moment you suspect kidney or urinary disorder, or feel any rheu matism, begin taking this harmless medicine, with the knowledge that thero is no other 'remedy, at any price, mado anywhere clso in tho world which will effect so thorough and p'rompt a cure as a fifty-cent treatment of Pape's Diuretic, which any druggist can sup ply. It is needless to feel miserable and worried, becajaso this unusual prepara tion goes at onco to tho out-of-order kidneys and urinary system, distribut ing its cleansing, healing and strength ening influenco directly upon tho or gans and glands affected, and com pletes tho cure before you realize it. Your physician, pharmacist, banker or any mercantile agency will tell you that Pape, Thompson & Pape, of Cin cinnati, is a large and responsible med icine concern, thoroughly worthy of your confidence. Only curative results can come from taking Pape's Diuretic, and a few days' treatment will make ono feel fine. Accept only Papo's Diuretic fifty cent treatment any drug store any where in the world. Scenes In Streets of Philadelphia During Great Strike of Trolley Men. A SWOLLEN JAW is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether it is caused by neuralgia, toothache or accident, Ballard s Snow Liniment will reduce tho swelling and relievo the pain. Tlio great and sure euro for rheumatism, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds any and all aches and pains. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. ANOTHER NDUSTRY Tent and Awning Factory Is Established to Supply Needs of City l-'or the puipose of supplying tents, awnings and canvas goods generally to the people of this city, the lilobe Tent ic Awning company, a new concern, has opened lor business on l'ast Meiquite street, opposite tlic telephone ollite. M. II. Fiencli, a competent muring man, is in charge of tho new establish incut. The quarters in which the con cern is now operating aio only tempor ary and will lie used only until a per manent location can bo secured. 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Several men were badly injured by being burled against buildings by the force of the currents. The strlko nroso over tho questions of wages, recognition of a carmen's union and tho discharge of about 200 union men. W. D. Reading J. F. Crampton E. W. Weinmann THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET We have pleased you in other markets and can please you in our own. We handle everything in our line. 668 Notfh Broad St. Phone 71 PHOTOS Smith's Studio 493 NORTH BROAD ST. The Globe Commercial Co. TELEPHONE 221 We Want Your Trade Th quality of good carried by n can alwayi b Aeyended on. W ay uid sell the best, and handle only ruch qualities u will appeal to lorert of "good things to eat." We have accommodating salesmen. Our solicitors are competent We make prompt deliveries Opea as account with m to4ay,and we will Doth t winner. F. L. JONES & SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office Cor. Broad Oak Res. 346 S. Hill St. TELEPHONES Office: Black, 84; Residence, Green 84. 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