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v Thursday, March 24, 1910. MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, oloven nillcs from Globo, Is now tho terminal of the Gila Val ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflcc, express office, telegraph offlco and a threo-trip-a-day train scrvlco with Globe. Thrco months ago Miami had ono houso; It now has two hundred. Miami has a population of 500. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In tho Miami district are tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, Llvo Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus. Gibson, Duquesne, Sehulzo Group and Cole De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami Is the distributing point for these mines. Tho Miami mlno now employs 600 men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. The 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 weekly nowspaper, Tho Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities aro still open. It Is predicted that by January 1, 1911, the population will bo 3,000. Miami Business Directory Do you want anything moved from Globe to Miami? If bo see me about it If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI GOLDEN Dry Goods MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BEOS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Dally MIAMI, ARIZ. The Miami and BOOMING The place to friends. JOHN FITZPATICK S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, ARIZ. We 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 are taking great pains to make the prices a leading featuve. We invite you to look through our "stock and compare prices. Ranch eggs, Safford butter and fresh vegetables and fruits our specialty. S. ABRAHA Miami News Brevities TO MAKE CEMENT BLOCKS AT MIAMI Daniel & George, cement contractors, formerly of Globe, liuvo purchased a lot on Live Oak street betweon Inspi ration and Keystone avenue:, and liayo under e6nstruction a building that will he used as a factory and warehouso for cement bricks and hollow concrete blocks, which this company plans to make. A large amount of equipmont and machinery, including a concrete mixor, ig being "installed and they will manu facture holloow concrete bloi'ks on a largo sca'e. o ROAD GRADER ON MESA Tho townsite company's road grader has been placed in commission on tho now addition which the townsito com pany will soon placo on tho market, and is proving satisfactory. It does tho work of ten scrapers in a more satisfac tory manner. It will bo busy on the now addition for several weeks as tho townsito company intends to place ev ery road in first class condition beforo any lots aro sold. o BARBERS WILL ORGANIZE In a few days the barbeis of Miami will make application to national head- qu'arters of their union for n charter for a local union. Thero aro at pres- i ent enough barbers to organize a union and as all aio members of unions of other cities the matter of organizing a Miami local will bo a mere formal ity. Sunday closing will bo continued by all union shops. s o CAFE FOR MIAMI STREET The "Monarch" is the nnmo of a new cafo and grill that will bo formal ly opened in a few days on Miami and Sullivan streets by Erthal & Roberts, two restaurant men well known throughout tho territory. Tho placo will bo first class in 4every detail, and tlio fixtures will include n wall mirror that will encompass the entire room. o ENLARGING BUILDING The postollico building at the corner of Llvo Oak and Miami streets, in which are located Manager Prochaska's office and tho private ofiko of Presi dent Van Dyko of the townsito com pany, is being lengthened thirty feet. Tho largo amount of space required by the postollico and tho incroisiug busi ness of the townsito company lias made tho addition necessary. MAKES LONG OVERLAND RIDE W. L. Brown, who conducts a gen eral store at Mammoth, Ariz., arrived IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE About the sire of your shoos, t t's soma satisfaction to know that mauy people can wear shoes a sua smaller by shaking Allen's Foot-ICacc, tho antl teptic iow der, 1 nto them. J m t tbo thing f or Daiic iniM'artKI'atCTitLealher Shoes, and for Breaking In New Shoes. When rubbers or overshoes become necessary and your shoes pinch, Allen's Foot-Ea-o KIM'S Instant relief. holdEvirywhcre.VSc Samp'o I'llEE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Lu ltoy, N. V. im't accept any nuOatitute. T. H. Arnold & Go. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. Cobb Brothers Staple and Fancy Groceries Saloon BEST GROCERY In Miami. We open to please yo S. ABRAHAMS HOUSE meet your in Miami Wednesday afternoon after riding from Mammoth. Mr. lirown drove over a string of first class horses which can bo purchased by applying to .loo C'liiKlioIm at tho Miami Real Estato office. PLEASED WITH MIAMI W. A, Castle, rccontly connected with tho C. & A. company at Mammoth, which has suspended woik for a time, is in Miami investigating mining and business opportunities. Mr. C'astlo is well posted in mining ai'd after investi gating tho Miami di.stiiet predicted a Ttiture for Miami equal to the palmv days enjoyed by Bisbec. o LOS ANGELES MAN INVESTS Seymour Schwartz, of Los Angele-s, one of the recent Angel City booiteis, representing a smelter supply house of that city, has purchased the two lots on Livo Oak stiect, situated between tho Hoo & C'opas meat market and tho Home restaurant. One of thes-c lots be longed to Mrs. Cora Anthony and the other to tho Presbyterian church. Mr. Schwartz stated that ho would erect a concrete building the width of tho two lots. The t,alo of tho church lot insures ... iitiiiiiiiiiuu UHILIUII t .1 Villlli'll Ull I the new townsite, which will soon bo placed on the market, tho proceeds from tho salo of tho city lot to bo applied to that purpose. o LUMBER FOR DEPOT Thiec carloads of lumber for the Miami depot are now in tho local yaid-, the haidware is in Globe stud a'woik train is now being equipped and sup plied in Globe, all of which means that in a few days work will bo ci nenced on tho Miami depot. It is understood that a number of pr pe.-ty owners' will insist on tho depot being located as agreed to in a coutract between tho railroad and the townsite company. i PETITION ON ITS WAY Tho potition of Miami citizens and business men to Hon. Epes Randolph of tHo Arizona Eastern, asking that Miami bo given morning and l night through train service to Bowie, has been forwarded by the commercial as sociation to Mr. Randolph at Tucson. The petition carried tho names of near ly 2,000 people. It is rumored that Miami was destined to .'receive tliV through train service without tho ne cessity of a petition. BASEBALL MEETING That Miami may havo a baseball club to enter the league composed of Safford, Copper Hill and Globe, a meet ing has been called for Thursday night at tho drug store. The result of tins meeting will determine whether Miami is to havo a ball team. Thero me a nti'niber of good players in tho district and they arc urged to turn out and assist in forming a club. The clubs of Copper Hill, IP.ill'ord anil Globe aro organized, and word has been sent to Miami to get busy so that a sched ule of games can bo prepared. Medicines that hid nature aro always most successful. Chamberlain's Cough Romedy acts on this plan. It loosens tho cough, relieves tho lungs, opens tho secretions and aids nature in restoring tho system to a hialthy condition. Sold by ull druggists. Send somo of the ISpoclal Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at the' low price of 25 conts each. RULE Store Men in Congress Who Have Been Fighting for and Against Cannon i IB! " web-- feil MMPHBMIml i ,-ro-- i--m. , , i irxi"Tjsrv m(Limiief&amf.tnr nwsex;!w?i?iSkSi,3;4cis!83?: BZRENQE.PJlYNEi WASHINGTON, P. C., March 21!. Rallying to the support of Speaker Camion in tho long and bitter fight made against his ru'o of the house of renreontatives have been republicans who wero animated by " a lively senso of gratitude for favors to come," ac cording to tho insurgents, but who in their own estimation wero rightfully regular in their support of their party's oiganization. Plrominent among the men who have held up Uncle .Toe's hands are Scrcno K. Payne of New York, the father of the new tar ff, and John W. Divight, also of New York, the NO SECRETS K People of Globe May Know What Is in the Medicine They Take An Enterprise Which Merits the En dorsement and Hearty Support of the Public Health should he more seriously con sidcied and safe-guarded. The United States Government has partially awak ened to the fact and now compel the publication of ceitain ingredients on the packages of 'medicines that contain them. That was a step in the right diiection, but it did not reach tar enough. The public should know and be told about every ingredient of every medi cine they take. In our business of sell ing drugs and medicines, we arc com pelled to sell what tho public demands, oven though some medicines wo sell contain dn.'gs injurious to the good health of the person using them. We have often attempted to overcome this evil, but wo were almost power less until wo became affiliated with about two thousand other leading drug gists in a co-operative enterprise, known its the United Drug Company. Through this largo co-operation of druggists, it was possible for experts to travel all over the country for more than two years in search of extraordinary reme dies. When they found a remedy that was perfect they purchased its prescrip tion. The druggists themselves also contributed prescriptions that they knew to be good through their having been continually prescribed and sue cessfully used by eminent physicians. In tins way aunut two tnousnnii uii fercnt prescriptions wero collected. Tlinsfn were then carcfullv classified: remedies compounded from them and tlioioughly tested ly actual use tor a long period under tho supervision of a committee of expert chemists and physicians, until about three hundied different remedies were solectcd as be ing the best for tho treatment of cer tain ailments or diseases. W !irn now nldn to offer theso letne- dies of known and proved curative val ue to tho people ot uioue. we win tiuthfu'ily tell anybody all about them, explain what they contain, and give our own personal guarantee that they aro and will do exactly as wo represent, or they will cost the user nothing. These medicines aro called "Itexall Reme dies," which means King-of-All. There is one special specific remedy for each human ill. Thcrefoic no ono remedy is a "cure-all." We earnestly urge you, our neigh bors, friends and acquaintances, that you pay us nothing if for any reason they do not prove entirely satisfactory to you. Now, you must realize that when wo make this bold statement, wo must bo absolutely positive that we can back it up to the cntiro satisfaction of the pu'blic. Otherwise, we would lose your friendship and patronage, ruin our business and suffer a very severe finan cial loss. We make this statement with a full DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT republican whip, whose office it is to sec that the republican representatives arc in their places to voto when they aro needed. Tho spokesmen of tho insurgents havo been many and they havo disentitled any intention of set ting up one of their number as leader. understanding of what it mcas to us, and because we aro certain we can make it good. We kow all about the Itexall Remedies, what they contain and their power to do great good for suffer ing mankind. Itexall Dyspepsia Tablets was the first Rexall remedy made. They are com posed of tho well-known properties of ilistnutli Subnitrate, Pepsin, Carmina tives and their agents, in perfect com-' bination. They arc incomparable and invaluable for the positive euro of In digestion and Dyspepsia, whether acute or chronic. We "urge all in need of such a remedy to trv Itexall Dyspepsia Tab lets at ou'r risk. Three sizes, 2ov, ouV and $1.00. When you purchaso Rexall Remedies, you aro buying health insurance, and wo do not believe we could sell you anything with a more secure and liber al guarantee. When you are in need of medicine remember this offer and take advantage of it. Palace Drug Co., Inc. Send somo of tho Special Alining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at tho low prico of 25 cents each. Commercial Gas Engines and Hoists Latest, safest and most improved model, guaranteed for economy and re liability simplest scientific engine huilt Agent for MINING AND IRRIGATION PUMP? Sold and installed on absolute guarantee by JOHN WOG BOX 211 GLOBE. ARIZ victor Mrdociw, However, prominent among thoso who haov "insuiged" during the present session have been Victor Murdoch, tho red headed pugnacious Kansan, and George W. Norris, the nevcr-givc-up scrapper from the neighboring state of Nebraska.) Concrete walls, struction Co. Globe Brick & Con- LOVERS of good health should prevent sickness instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to euro it. So long as you keep your liver, bowels and stomach in a healthy and activo condition you won't got sick. Ballard's Hcrbine re lieves constipation, inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. NOTICE Tho books of tho former proprietors of the PALACE LIVERY STABLES having been closed, and to avoid the further expense of the employment of a bookkeeper, wo kindly request all parties indebted to us to call at the former oflico and settlo their accounts. SHUTE & HIGDON. Ladies Attention! Th ere arc positively only three days more (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) :h you will have an opportunity to hear Miss -Amia ATirginia Miller Lec- in which ture and Demonstrate on COOKING WITH GAS S Don't miss hearing Miss Miller or you will always regret it. She can make the Cooking so much easier for you. She will show you how easy it is to COOK WITH GAS. She will show you why you should COOK WITH GAS Everything is TR&E. Miss Miller serves everything she cooks at her Dem onstrations. Come and maybe you will get Beautiful Jewel Gas Range Free Subject for Today: "Suggestions for Marketing" Dishes Prepared and Served Tomato Soup, Koast Beef, Mushroom Saiice, Potato Bow Knots, Cauliflower au Gratin.' GLOBE LIGHT & POWER CO. CHANGE GF VENUE FOR PHILLIPS! CASE DENIED Accused Embezzler Says He Will Bring Up Matter at Next Term On the showing that the people of Gila county are not generally preju diced against him, John C. Phillipson, charged with embezzlement, was yes terday denied a change of venue to Graham county, by Ju'dge E. W. Lewis of tho district court. Phillipson based his application on an affidavit signed by a largo number of business men of this city who stated that they were prejudiced against the defendant. His motion was resisted by District Attorney G. W. Shute, who pro duced other affidavits showing that six ty six men of this district had not even heard of Phillipson or the charges against him. Holding that to all appearances it was not impossible for Phillipson to secure a fair and impartial trial in this county, Judge Lewis denied the motion. Phillipson stated after the ruling of the court had been made that he would bring up the matter again at tho May term of court, by presenting an affidavit signed by a much larger number of men who were competent to serve on a jury and who wero prejudiced against him. Attorney V. S. Nave represents Phillipson as counsel. Owing to the fact that Sam Kee, the Chinese merchant who died -Saturday night, was one of Phillipson 's bonds men, ho filed a new bond yesterday, which was approved by the court, ZNHLY 10 5IAY Burnett Says He Has No In tention of Replacing Assistant Although it has been rumored that Claudo K. Zimmorly, assistant postmas ter, wou'id terminate his employment by the government with the exodus of lialtih Sturgis from the position of post master, it was learned yesterday tnat ho would continue to hold his position under Frank Burnett, who will take charge of tho office within the next fow days. Mr. Burnett announced yesterday that he had no intention of replacing Mr. Ziinmerly, rumors to the contrary notwithstanding, but that there would 1 be no change in the office of assistant postmaster. Although Mr. Burnett's bond has not been approved as yet, it is expected that this official document will be for mally ratified by tho postal department within the next few days and that the new postmaster will take charge of the local office by the first of April. 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 North Broad St. Phone 71 Page Three MAKE OISO KIDNEYS EAGAI A Few Doses Regulate the Kidneys, Ending Backache and Bladder Trouble No man or woman here whose kid neys are out-of-order, or who suffers from backache or bladder misery, can afford to leave Papc's Diuretic untried. After taking several doses, all pains in the back, sides or loins, rheumatic twinges, nervousness, headachej sleep lessness, inflamed or swollen eyelids, dizziness, tired or worn out feeling ami other symptoms of clogged, sluggish kidneys simply vanish. Uncontrollable urination (cspecially at night), smarting, discolored water and all bladder misery ends. The moment you suspect tho slight est kidney or bladder disorder, or feel rheumatism pains, don't continue to bo miserable or worried, but get a fifty cent treatment of Pape's Diuratic from your druggist and start taking as di rected, with the knowledge that there is no other medicine, at any price, made anywhere else in the world, which is fo harmless or will effect so thorough and prompt a cure. This unusual preparation goes direct to the cause of trouble, distributing its cleansing, healing and vitalizing influ ence directly upon the organs and glands affected and completes the cure before you realize it. A few day's treatment of Papc's Di uretic means clean, healthy, activo kid neys, bladder and urluary organs and you feel fine. Your physician, Pharmacist, banker or any mercantile agency will tell you that Pape, Thompson & Pape( of Cin cinnati, is a largo and responsible med icine concern, thoroughly worthy of, your confidence. Accept only Pape's Diuretic fifty ccit treatment from any drug storo auvwherc in the world. Globe Tent I Awning Co. MANUFACTURERS Tents, Awnings, General Canvas Goods 130 EAST MESQUITE ST. DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST GLOBE OFFICE BLDG. Phone 1501. Over Naquin's Easy Way Washing Machine Something entirely new in this line, "Cleans While You Rest." I HAROLD L. COOMBS, Local Agent. Res. 780 E. Maple St. BOX 1056 GLOBE, ARIZ.