Tuesday, April 12, 1910.
MIAMI, eleven miles from Globe, Is now tho terminal of the Gila Val
ley, Globo & Northern railway. It has a postofllce, express office,
telegraph office and a three-trlp-a-day train service with Globe.
Threo months ago Miami had one house; it now has two hundred. Miami
has a population of 500. The population of Miami district is 2,000. In the
Miami district are tho Miami, .Warrior, Insplraton, Keystone, Live Oak, Cor
dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Duquesno, Sshulze Group and Cole De
velopment coppor mines, with a capitalization of 530,000,000. Miami is the
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 wore dvw $40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business are
represented. It has a weokly newspaper, The Miami Messenger. Many
business opportunities are still open. It is predicted that by January 1,
1911, tho population will bo 3,000.
Miami Business Directory
WILKINS BEOS, Props.
Dairy Products Deliver
The Miami Saloon
The place to meet your
Brief Territorial News
Ttnrnimi Jk Ttnilitv' p.irmis will make
a tour of tho territory next fall.
Tho annunl Old Folks day will be
celebrated at Mesa tho 20th of this
A. S. Tillmnn, n cousin 'of Senator
Tillman, has taken up lis resideuco in
Tho Presbytery of southern Arizona
will hold its annual meeting at Tuc
Martin Eiting, a Bisbfo man, is show
ing Ned, his celebrated six-logged pig,
at Lowell this week.
Charles Cowoll, a well known miner
and old timer in tho territory, was
run over nnd killed by a t,raiu at Bouso
The number of saloons in Cochiso has
decreased during the past year by
eighteen, nccording to a recent .report
from. tho sheriff's office.
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Do you want anything
moved from Globe to
Miami? If so see me
about it. If you want
water I haul it.
C. H. CAPPS
STAPLE AND FANCY
Mesa board of education is offering
a gold medal to tho pupil of tho High
school who makes the best record tho
AV. 1?. Rcdford, who conducted a
dancing school in Globo last summer,
is playing center Hold with the Doug
las basoball team this season.
A firo fighting drill, to bo partici
pated in by teams from the principal
Arizona cities, may bo a featuro of tho
Cinco do Mayo celebration at Tucson.
Farmers and stockmen living near
Camp Wood, Yavapai county, complain
of tho ravages of a pack of wild dogs
which havo been' killing stock in great
A now grandson wns born to William
Jennings Bryan at Tucson last Thurs
day, the stork coming to the homo of
his son, William Jennings, Jr., in tho
As a measure of protection against
' TO THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF MIAMI
ONE of the greatest opportunities to own a homesite will
be offered when the new INSPIRATION ADDITION
to the original townsite of Miami, will be placed on public sale.
Come out and select a residence lot and be prepared to BUY
Purest granite filtered water is piped to your doorway. Water now flowing in
the pipes and ready for private connections. Values sure to increase rapidly.
RIGHT PRICES. EASY TERMS. COME OUT TODAY.
incompetent drivers, automobile own
ers of Phoenix will ask tho council to
pass an ordinanco providing for a
license board to pass on tho qualifica
tions of wouldbo drivers.
An epidemic of measles has broken
out in Bisbee, and newspaper reports
aro to the effect that over 400 cases
have been reported to the health author
ities in tho past six weeks.
"Hank" Matthowson, a brother of
tho famous Christy Mathewson, has ar
rived in Douglas and will bo a member
of tho Smelter City baseball team this
Ellsworth Huntington, Ph. D., as
sistant professor in geography at Yalo
university, will deliver a series of three
lectures at tho University of Arizona
The first baby ostrich to be hatched
in Yuma county pecked through the
shell the other day on a ranch near
Yuma, after being in tho incubator
Tho Tempo Normal board has re
elected President Matthews, making
his term of office indefinite as a compli
ment to tho manner in which ho had
conducted tho institution.
Frank A ley, an old time newspaper
writer known to the vfratemity for
many years in Arizona, died in Douglas
Saturday. Ho wrote under the nom de
plumo of "Mescal."
Submarine divers in tho middle of
tho desert aro unusual, but two of this
strange species of fish havo been en
gaged to go to Yuma to do somo work
in the great siphon shaft, which is n
part of a great irrigation project be
ing bu'ilt there.
James J. Healy, former editor of the
Parker Herald, who was run out of
that village tho other day by a mob
of outraged citizens for a story printed
to tlo detriment of a Parker woman,
says he will carry his case before tho
grand jury, and promises somo inter
Two carloads of citrus trees from
Florida were turned down by tho Ari
zona Horticultural commission on ar
riving in Phoenix the other day on tho
ground that they were infested with
the dreaded mealy bug.
Tho Phoenix Street Railway company
is offoring rewards for the arrest and
conviction of persons mutilating or de
facing cars or other property of tho
company. This action is tho result of
numerous acts of vandalism against the
property of tho company recently.
Tho Maricopa county school superin
tendent has refused to heed the request
of Superintendent of Census Towlo to
postpono tho regular school census un
ilt after tho federal census has been
completed, and announces his intention
of taking the school census at the u's
CLEVE W. VAN
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
FINE DISCOURSES IN
The Layman's Missionary Movement
was the subject for Thursday evening
at the Baptist convention and Mr. B.
F. Getsinger, a layman from Phoenix,
was tho speaker. Mr. Getsinger show
ed how men have neglected the mission
ary work. The original puVpose of the
layman's missionary movement was
carefully set forth. Tho great purposo
is "The world for Christ in this genera
tion."" It is not a new society, but just
a rallying of tho men of our churches.
Dr. Geo. P. Jacobs of Kentucky was
the second speaker and told of somo
wonderful gifts made by the churches
of St. Louis and Kansas City.
The convention proper opened on Fri
day morning with a lecture by D. C.
Williams on "The Course of Study in
Religious Education." A completo
course of study was carefully outlined.
The speaker took the position that the
curriculum should be very broad and
comprehensive and that work on social
ogic and economic subjects should bo
Tho annual sermon was preached by
Rev. W. L. Williamson of Silver City,
Now Mexico. His subject was "A
Famino of the Hearing of tho Word of
God." Dr. Williamson showed that tho
general knowledge of tho Bible is far
below what it should be. This is true
becauso tho Bible is not much taught
in homes, it is crowded out of tho
public schools, and is criticised in many
of tho great Universities and colleges.
Dr. Joseph P. Jacobs, district secre
tary of the Central District of the
American Baptist Publication society
delivered a stirring address on tho work
of tho society. "Joe," as Mr. Jacobs
insists on being called, is a typical
southern orator with a large reserve
of wit, and everybody gladly listens
when ho speaks.
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Just as Scores of Globo People Have.
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If you neglect tho aching back,
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Many people in this locality recom
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Here's one case:
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There was also a weakness across my
loins that made it difficult to stoop, and
if I did bend over, I became very dizzy.
The kidney secretions woro. too frequent
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and I was bothered by a swelling of my
limbs, in fact, my whole system was
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cured a supply of Doan's Kidnoy Pills
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"Jones always seems to bo looking
into tho future."
"Yes. He bought a house on easy
terms and a piano on tho, installment
plan." St. Louis Times.
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friends abroad. A fow left at tho low
price of 25 cents each.
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Something entirely now in this line,
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Res. 780 E. Maplo St,
BOX 1056 GLOBE, ARIZ
Via Globe-Kelvin Stae Line.
Leaves Globo 4 a. m. every day.
Leaves Kelvin 11 a. m. every day.
Faro one way, $6.00.
Round trip, $10.00.
Connects with Phoenix & Eastern
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LAND, MINING AND IRRIGA
Suite 210, Fleming Bldg.
Makes a specialty of all business
before tho local Land Office, Gen
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of the Interior.
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If you are thinking of pat
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