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S r r Sunday, March 27, 1910. MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, eleven miles from Globe, is now the terminal of the Gila Val ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office, telegraph offlco and a throo-trip-a-day train service with Globe. Throo months ago Miami had one house; it now has two hundrod. Miami has a population of GOO. The population of Miami district is 2,000. In the Miami district aro the Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, Livo Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Ducmesne, 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 mine now employs COO men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. Tho first month's freight receipts at Mi ami wcro over $40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business aro represented. It has a weokly newspapor, The Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities are 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 so soo me about it. If you want wator I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI GOLDEN RULE Dry Goods Store MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BROd, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Daily MIAMI, ARIZ. The Miami and ROOMING HOUSE The place to meet your frionds. 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. Wo are 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 )VtfVUVV'Vii''iiiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' SAFFORD news budget MRS. W. D. FRENCH, Corresponden jMVMVVVVVVWVVVVV1VirtriVVViVSAVAVVSiiii"iJ' . . SAFFORD, March 20. Tlio rates arc on for tlio conference to bo held in Salt Lake City in April ami many val ley people are contemplating attending. Three eot.'plcs loft Thatcher tins morn ing who will not return in n singlo Mate of blessedness. They will take the vows that bind in tho great tmople of Salt Lnko City beforo returning to the vnlloy. They arc: S. S. Grim and Miss Vina Leo; John Mcllrido and Miss I'.mma Wmsor; Gordon Kimunil ana Miss Clara Curtis of St. Davids. Morris Simon returned from El Paso yesterday afternoon. A telegram was received yesterday from Douglas stating that Perry Gold en and his sister-in-law had died tho saino day of pneumonia and that his wife, child and sister wcro very ill with the snmo malady. Jack Fields and wifo started at onco for Douglas to render assistance. Bishop Frank Tyler and wifo left this morning for Salt Lake to attend the conference. Before returning homo they will visit in Idaho. J. K. Snidor, of Oirard, Kan., will speak tonight at Owon's hall. Mr. Snider is one of the national commit tee of tho Socialist party who nio engi neering a constitutional campaign. Water Commissioner A. T. Colton and Fertile Island Farms De serted by Frightened Families MANY GRUESOME RELICS OF INDIANS Bountiful Crops Do Not Suf fice to Prevent Whole sale Removals VASIION, Wash., March 20. Tlireo Tine Island, in Pnget Sound, onco claimed fifty families. Now there is not one. Only last spring there were fifty well-laid-out farms, cleared from tho heavy woods. Now these farms bear a sign post marked "For Sale." T. H. Arnold & Go. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. HEN'S BONES SCARE PUGET PEOPLE Cobb Brothers Staple and Fancy Groceries Saloon BEST GROCERY In Miami. Wo open to plcaso yo S. ABRAHAMS assistant, II. 1). Simplcy, wore measur ing the water in tho Montezuma and San Joso canals Thursday. Attornoy C. L. Rawlins of Globe, was a visitor at tho county seat last Wednesday. Mrs. Qortrudo Anderson has been spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Ilrny, in Solomonville. Charles Layton of the Boston Cash store, was a passenger leaving for Salt Lnko City this morning. Thursday ovening Mrs. J. IX Leo of Thatcher entertained a party of friends in honor of her daughter Miss Vina, who is boon to becomo a bride. A party of you'ng pcoplo from Solo monville expected to picnic today at tlio Juggs ranch. Tho Thatcher public schools will closo in three weeks andUlio eighth grado will giaduato ninctenu pupils. Tho election for a W.hnol trustee Is being held today at tlio Safford, school house. Davo Claridge has settled his familv comfortably on his now ranch bought recently of Luther Green, adjoining bolomonvillc. Tlio mercury dropped twenty degrees in the last "J hours and snow is still falling on Mt. Graham, Winter over coats aro being unpacked. The last family left tho island last week and reported tho samo story that all othcis havo done, that tho island is tho over-crowded burial place of aboriginal tribes of Indians, who onco inhabited Paget Sound islands and its surrounding shores. Practically every family that has left this beautiful little island of somo 500 acres tells of plowing or digging up a skeleton or moro of somo histori cal Indian chief or descendant. So many aro tho skeletons unearthed that sottlers on this newly-cleared island de plore tho thought of eating vegetables produced whoro the fertility of tho soil can bo traced to tho bodies- of hundreds and hundreds of Indians. Threo Pino Island lies west of Vnsh on Island and was until two years ago covered with virgin timber. Then a real estato company bought tho rights of tho land from a timber company, cleared off tho timber nnd laid out tho plat into ten-aero tracts. These tracts sloping gradually toward tho placid waters of tho sound sold ns fast as buy ers could be taken to view tho spot, fc-oon thero wcro fifty families building small homes, fences, outbuildings and prepailng the stumpago for planting. Ono after another of the farmers be gan to complain of unearthing human skeletons, nnd the more tho reports grow the horror increased. Rapidly the island became depopulated and tho pur chasers, many of whom had paid cash, advertised them for sale at a sacri fice. New buyers camo and went. Dozens of now families began tho work where tho former settlers left off, only to leave as quietly as did their prede cessors. Soon tho reports becamo rumors, and local real estato men investigated. Then the newspapers ot tho Paget Sound , cities heard of the island and its weird ! stories and also investigated. iiie result is mat it is now lielicvert that many tiibes of Indians inhabiting this pait of tho United States used the island as a burial placo. It was tho custom of tho Northwest Indians to bury tho dead, usually in a sitting pos L IS ENLARGED Throe New Sections Yester day Installed in Office of Civic Society LIVELY INTEREST IS BEING SHOWN Many Other Conveniences to Public Being Added in Chamber Booms In order to place on exhibition the constantly increasing mineral exhibit, the chamber of commerce yesterday installed three new sections to the min eral cabinet at the chamber hcadqunr tcrs and as tho result, tho present ex hibition can bo very nearly doubled with tlio additional cabinet space. Tho different mining companies of this district, as well as many individual prospectors, are taking a lively interest in the now mineral collection, and as tho result it will soon nssu'mc such proportions as to rival any exhibit of its kind in tho territory. An invitation is extended by tho chamber of commerce to all mining men in tho district to add specimens to the present exhibit. All specimens are labeled, classified and credited to the company or individual donating them and the exhibit will soon becomo a valuable, advertising feature. While the new mineral exhibit is be ing put in shape, other details of the chamber of commerce equipment have not been overlooked by Secretary Iioh rabacher. Tariff sheets showing freight rates to and from practically every point in tlio United States have been secured and aro now open for tho information of tho public. Thcso tariffs are com piled in such a way that they are eas ily, understood by tho laymen and tlioy should provo valuable. A collection of time tables and adver tising data from the various railroad companies throughout tho country has also been secured, this liternturo in cluding a now advertising folder from the Santa Fe, which is one of tho most elegant booklets over issued by any railroad company. The piofile map of the now Gloho Roosovelt territorial highway which is on exhibition at tho chamber of com merce room is attracting much atten tion from local contractors and it is probable that a number of local bids will bo in the hands of tho territorial board of control when bids aro opened on Wednesday, April G. The work of compiling this profile map was by no means a small task, as tho blue print which is now on ex hibition at tlio chamber of commerce measures over 100 feet in length. ture, as many of tho skeletons indi cate. The "relics and remains of villages left by the Indians of tho northwest of moro than a century ago show that tho section was densely populated, so far as Indian tribes aro concorncd. The red men wcro expert canoo men and subsisted on fish and wild fiuits. They did not join in tlio chase lor land am mals, as did tho plains Indian, bn'c ex traded from the forests of Pnget Sound and its island their fuel, houses, and from tho fish of tho Washington coast their living. So it is "generally agreed that many tribes frequented this tiny island to dis pone of tho dead, or else as a question of argument, tho island may have been the meeting placo in terrific battle of two warring tribes. Tho dead were buried whero they fell. It will bo somo time before perma nent settlers can be induced to inhabit Three Pino Island on account of the folklore running rifo through that sec tion of Puget Sound's many islands. Tho island was named Threo Pine Island because of three trees almost in its center and left by lumbermen be cau'so of their gigantic dimensions. REMEMBERS THE GREAT NAPOLEON Oldest Australian Reaches 106th Milestone SYDNEY, N. S. W., March 2G. William Johnstone, who is believed to bo the oldest man in Australia, cele brated his 106th birthday today in a local charitable institution, of which ho has been an inmate for many years. Nearly ono huVdred years ago John stone was cabin boy on H. M. S. North umberland, tho British warship that took Napoleon to St. Helena. For a time hftcrward ho lemained on the is land as ono of tho personal attendants of tho fallen emperor, and his most prized possession is a book presented to him by Napoleon and bearing the lattcr's autograph. LOVERS of good health should prevent sickness instead of lotting themselves get sick and then try to cure it. So long as you keep your liver, bowels and stomach in a healthy and nctivo condition you won't get sick. Ballard's Herbine re lieves constipation, inactivo liver and all stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by Palace Pharmacv. Mound City Paints aro better. Whil ley Lumber Co. Artistic fire places. Globe Brick & Construction Co. M El lira H DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT ELECTED TRUSTEE OVER F. F. TOWLE School Election Yesterday Develops Into Highly Spirited Contest OVER FIVE HUNDRED VOTERS CALLED OUT Pinyan Will Succeed Miles, "Whose Term of Office Now Expires In an exciting although rather one sided contest, Robert L. Pinyan was yesterday elected to tho position of school trustee, for district No. 1, de feating 1 F. Towle by a vote of 3G0 to 147. During a warm contest which began at 9 o'clock yesterday morning and continued until the polls closed at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, the supporters of both Pinyan and Towlo worked en cigetically in an effort to secure as large a vote as possible. That over 500 votes were cast during the day is a good index of the interest which was taken in tho contest. Pinyan had boon in the field for .nearly a week before Towlo was an nounced as a candidate for tho office and as the result, ho took the lead in tlio election, from tho first of the eon test. Politics also cut some figure in tho contest, but both 'democrats nnd republicans voted for both Pinyan and Towle, the fight being rather a matter of preference rather than party affilia tions. The real campaign of tho Towle ad herents began shortly before noon, when a corns ot automobiles was so cured and every possiblQ voter who could be found favoring this side of the fight was carried to the polls. Tho lead of the Pinyan supporters was too great, however, ,and long beforo the polls closed, Mr. Pinyan 's election was admitted. As soon as the vote was polled and tho outcomo mado public, Mr. 'Pinyan went to tho office of County Superin tendent W. 0. Kclluer and signed an affidacit of election. Next Saturday he will take the oatli ot offlco and begin on his new duties. Mr. Pinyan will succeed J. S. Miles, whose threo year term is now expiring. He is a clear thinking man who has tho best interests of the Globe district at heart and apparently has all of tho necessary qualifications to nil tho or fice in an entirely capable manner. A NEIGHBOR OF YOURS as well as as yourself is liable at any time to havo rheumatism. Wo'ro all liablo to have cuts or burns, bruises or scalds, crick in tho back, neck or sido somo kind of an acho or pain. Then heed this advico and tell your neigh bors Ballard's Snow Liniment relieves all aches and pains, and heals all wounds Sold by Palaco Pharmacy. I have taken chargb of tho Ameri can Shoo Shop, on Bailey street. First class work guaranteed. JOHN CAROLAN. Seventy pages of Illustrated informa tion about Globe and tho great Globe district, handsomely bound and a boost for home. Send some to your friends who don't realize tho greatness of Globe. Get them for 'Jo cents each at tho Silver Belt office. Lry KS; SAY!! DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM? WELL. IF YOU DON'T. ASK SOMEBODY. I'VE COME HERE TO STAY A FEW YEARS AND TELL YOU WHERE TO BUY HARDWARE AND THINGS. I'LL DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH WEEK, LOTS OF MY YOUNG FRIENDS ARE GOING TO CUT ME OUT OF THE PAPER EACH WEEK AND MAKE A SCRAP BOOK. YOU'LL FIND THIS LOTS OF FUN. " GLOBE HARDWARE COMPANY fii liimin MMH"' CHURCHES St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church Free reading room in annex. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. in. Easter sermon and baptism of children. To Deum by Lloyd, choir. Solo, "Jerusalem," Miss Vinton. North Globo Su'nday school, 2 p. m. Epworth league, 0:30 p. in., in the reading room. Evening service, 7:30. Subject, "The Life Which I Now Live I Live by tho Graeo of God." Special muse as follows: Solo, "Cavalry," Miss Vinton. To Deum by Lloyd, choir. "Tho Thirst of God," choir. Ob Iigato to Miss Hampton. Offertory, Miss Patton and Mr. El liott. Duet, "With tho Rosy Light," Mrs. Arkills and Mrs. Hamnions. "Tho Passover," by Schilling, choir. Solo by Mrs. Patton, Mr. Hopkins and Miss Vinton. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. in the reading room. E. G. DECKER, Pastor. Presbyterian Church Trades' Union hall. Sabbath school, 10 a. in. Morning service, 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor meeting, 0:43 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. in. Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. Special Easter Program Morning service: Doxology. Invocation. Male quartette, "Wonderful Easter," E. S. Lorenz. t Psalter. Hymn. Scripturo lesson. Prayer. Hymn Offertory, "Moonlight Sonata," Beethoven. Anthem, "Easter Hallelujah," E. S. Lorenz. Sermon, "Life and Immortality." Prayer. Hymn. Benediction. Special music at the evening service. First Baptist Church Hill and Oak Streets 10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. in. Sermon on "The Death of the Righteous." 12:10 p. m.' Brotherhood. 0:45 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 7:30 p. m. Sermon on tho resur rection of Jesus." 8 p. m., Monday. 'Deacon's meeting. 8 p. m., Wednesday Biblo class. 9 p. m., Wednesday Bnsincss meet ing. St. John's Baptist Church Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Easter program at 8 p. m. , Ordinaneo of baptism at 8 p. m. Tues day. Baptisimal services will bo held at tho First Baptist church. lAll are welcome. A. PORTER, Pastor. Episcopal Easter Day, March 27. Services in the courtroom at the courthouse. Morning pra3-er, 10 a. in. The Rev. F. Bennett will bo assisted by tho Lay Reader W. K. Gibbs. Holy communion and sermon 11 a. m. Sunday school festival and ministra tion of tho sacrament of holy baptism, 3:30 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon, 7:3Q p. m. The Rev. F. Bennett will be as sisted by tho lay reader. W. K. Gibbs, The Woman's Auxiliary will meet at the rectory Friday next, April 1, 3 p. in. Christian Science Christian Science services will be held in Bakery hall at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Visitors are cordially wci coined at these services. 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Some folks have tried so long to find relief from indigestion and dyspepsia common every-day cures advertised that they have about mado up their minds that they have something else wrong, or believe theirs is a caso of or an out-of-order stomach with the nervousness, gastritis, catarrh of the stomach or cancer. This, no doubt, is a serious mistake. Your real trouble is, what you cat does not digest; instead, it ferments and sours, turns to acid gas and sfomach poison which putrify in the digestive tract and intestines, and besides, poi son tho breat with nauseous odors. A hearty appetite with thorough di gestion, and yithout tho slightest dis comfort or misery of tho stomach, is waiting for you as soon as you decide to try Pape's Diapepsin. For Over-Eating ana Drinking Noth ing on Enrtli cleans vou out like The Tuna Bitters, naturally easily. No upset, sick feeling, i'alaco rnarmacy. Seventy paces of illustrated informa tion about Globe and tho great Globe district, handsomely bound and a boost for home. Send somo to your friends who don't realize the greatness of Globe. Get them for 25 cents each at tho Silver Belt office. A SWOLLEN JAW is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether it is caused by ncuraleia, toothache or accident, Ballard s Snow Liniment will reduco tho swelling and relievo the pain. Tho great and sure euro for rheumatism, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds any and all aches and pains. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. McElroy for wall paper. NOTICE The books of tho former proprietors of the PALACE LIVERY STABLES having been closed, and to avoid the further expense of tho employment of a bookkeeper, we kindly request all parties indebted to us to call at tho former offlco and settle their accounts. SHUTE & IIIGDON. Cement sidewalks. Globo Brick & Construction Co. Globe Tent & Awning Co. MANUFACTURERS Tents, Awnings, General Canvas Goods 130 EAST MESQUITE ST. DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST GLOBE OFFICE BLDG. Phono 1501. Over Naquin's Easy Way Washing Machine Something entirely new in this line, "Cleans While You Rest," HAROLD L. COOMBS, Local Agent. Res. 780 E. Maple St. BOX 1050 GLOBE, ARIZ. Commercial Gas Engines and Hoists Latest, safest and most improved model, guaranteed for economy and re liability simplest scientific engine built Agent for MINING AND IRRIGATION PUMPS Sold and installed on absolute guarantee by JOHN WOG BOX 211 GLOBE. ARIZ 0 1IGESTI0 Page Three nifiassjAirnffliHfisraa Rsny w vSSf IfflHI WW BSSSS 1 SPOTLESS AS A JUDGE should be, correct as any of his decisions. That is tho way linen is that has been laundered here. Send us your wnshables this week. Note tho fino finish on them when you get them back. It shows tho linen, not a thick layer of starch that conceals and cracks tho garment. Our finish preserves as well as beautifies linen. Arizona Steam Laundry PHONE 389 L.B. j. a. MERRIAIPMERRIAM Building Contractors Building estimates promptly furnished Work guaranteed BOX 491 Comer Oak and Hill Office: FRED W. MOORE WRITES INSURANCE In the Most Reliable Fire Insurance Companies ARIZONA MUTUAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Office: Homo Printing Co. Building GLOBE, ARIZONA Stanley Woodward Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES PROMPTLY FURNISHED P. 0. BOX 14 Phone 1181 DR. H. H. SCHELL Arizona's Leading Optician, TUCSON, ARIZONA Send broKen glasses to bo repaired ot duplicated. Next visit to Globe in February When you drink Drink the best We serve it The White House Saloon BROAD AND OAK STREETS KEEGAN'S naMkvnaMMMH We serve only the Best Wines Liquors and Cigars Make this your headquarters KEEGAN'S Bankers' Garden The Finest Resort in Globe Popular with all classes irintir and summer. Refreshments of all kinds. Choicn cigars, wind and liquors. ANHEUSER-BUSCH BEER ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT. Cool dining room in connte Uon. Regular meali and cold lunches at all hours. Order for provate dinners In advancf.