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Tuesday, May 10, 1910. DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Elfvon V tafe SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET MRS. VJ. D. FRENCH, Corresponden G0LDS80R0 HEARD FROM F The original and genuine Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, known throughout the world as the best of family laxatives, for men, women and children, always has the full name of the California Fig byrup Oo. printed on the front of : every package. It is for sale by all leading druggists everywhere, one size only, regular price 50 cents per uuuje. ine imitations some times offered are of inferior quality and do not give satisfaction; therefore, should be HpHinpH i--v "s. n.w. T CUSS WORDS ON CALIFORNIA DEPOT Ave in Arabic and Looked Pretty Till Native of i ' Desert Suav Them WERE REVENGE OP imprecations as ever hammered on the porches of a civilized ear: "Allah, il Allah!" muttered the in terpreter, "but the son of tho desert can swear some." Tho swear words seemed in some way to refer to the railroad or tho tracks or tho railroa,d officials. And the more the, Arab sworo tho greater grew tho wonder at tho intensity of his volubility until tho interpreter's eye followed his and lighted upon tho hieroglyphics on tho station inches. Then a light came upon htm. "Ply the Beard of tho Prophet!" said he. "Theso Arabic decorations up there, aro the confoundedest Idt of cuss words I ever saw. Kvorythiug that a pictur esque Arab could invent in tho way of lug D's amrlashes has been interwoven into that decorative effect. Np wonder my friond iiero threw a fit. I never no ticed them before, but tho Southern Pa cific is thero denounced and double de DfT?T7"PT ATrTXTVXinT """'wu " "' "'est murine cubing i JT.Ej.ElV.niJJ IXVOXIXIJCjOX l,vn lil'Pr 1:iinwll. AVllv wn tliis iln.in! AVhodid it J" Of Such Is Eevcngo Still the wonder grew until George Howard, architect of the station and of tho recently burned Ilurlingnmo club houso, was appealed to. Tncro was a disposition to chaff him for having ninilo n mistake in taking the dreadful oaths and imprecations for merely decorative texts. Hut Howard laughed and show ed every sign of glee. . "So someone has read thovo inscrip tions at last," said he. "Well, there was no mistako in placing them. I did Opinion of Southern Pacific Lucidly Expressed in Arabic Oaths SAN FIIAXCISCO. Gal., April 30. An Arab passed through Burlingnnio, fashionable suburb of .San Francisco-: Glancing up at the hnndsonio stone sta tion at thevlepot, where tubs and mail wagons, drays ami coached, landaus and-pt on purpose and with malice motor cars gather at train time ipr tho use of the fashionablo of HillHboro, and the adjacencies, this Arab suddenly cried out, paled and turned himself eastward in prayer. His mien expressed horror; his moanings nnd iillulations were as woo of tho heart. Asked as to the causo of his agitn tion, ho pointed to certain .decorations on tho station facade. These seemingly harmless Arabesques gavo him tho Ara bic zimzams. It wns hard to fathom his emotion until a studont of Sir Rich ard Burton camo along and offered to act as interpreter. Cries In Profane Intensity Then, lifting up his voice, that Arab let forth as fino a string of oaths and thought. When I was building that sta tion and doing a lot of other things to help tho railroad, I though I was entitled to a pass. But the railroad verv ciivtlv turned down my application. "So I hunted out the deepest impre cations in the Arabic tonsiio and fixed them in tho decorations of that depot, thero silently to curso tho niggardly rail load for all tho years to come. 1 have fixed my curse on tho terra cotta and graven my veugeanco upon the rocks." But that wandering rab went on his way muttering prayers from tho Koran and adding to the icquest to be deliver cd from tho wiles of women blowing lipon knots, a supplication that the vengeance of those who knock upon stones be fended from his simple heart. SAPFORD, May 8. Many people gathored at the depot Sunday moruin'g to hco friends and relatives o fffor tho coast. I. ('. Robinson made a trip from his ranch at Fort Thomas to Solomonville yesterday on business. Brookner & Robinson aro shipping cattle to Texas. Abner Davis and wife are late ar rivals from Clifton and are visitini? Mr. Davis' parents, llr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis. The-Clifton couple expect to settle in the valley. Thomas ,T. Lynch was an incoming passenger from San Diego, Cul., Satur day afternoon. Thelntter part of the week John i. Anderson of Valley Tails, Kan., arrived at tho county seat to visit his son, Sheriff, A. A. Anderson. It was twelve years since they had. seen one another. Last Friday Joc L. Ifeeves left for Margaret, Texas, wheio he expects to embark in the diy goods business. He sold his saloon in Solomonville to Tom Hooks and Jake Roberts. In Thatcher, Sunday, the patents' day school class met in the grove back of the churchy 'and carried on a discus sion as to the benofit of parks and pub lic piay grounds. Joe Foster and Roy Saline, prominent cattlemen of I'inm, were Sunday visi tors in Safford. 0. II. Witte, who is interested in a new townsite at Bowie camo in on tho freight this morning on business. Eli and Maurice. Krupp arrived in the city tiom Kl I'Hko yesterday afternoon. The water in the river is running pretty 'low, carrying only about 3,000 inches. Miss Zoo Policy has succeeded Mrs. Ryan in tho telephone ollico at Solomon ville, Mrs. Ryan having lesigned. Cr. and Mrs. Prank Bailey of the county seat aie proudly exhibiting a young son, who arrived at their homo a week ago. Mrs. Elizabeth Brier is quite ill Tho Safford school torm will close May 20, much to the pleasure of teach ers and pupils, owing to tho high tem perature. , The dance at the courthouse 'S.itti'rday night was reported the most enjoyable of tho season. A party of young peoplo spent Sun day at the Hot Springs, wheio they met Miss Kitty Young of Globe, who is taking a course of treatment at that resort. Weaver Brier is installing a large tankiat tho rear of the pioposed opera house to furnish water for tho con crete work. Charles Fieeman letumed last week fiom a. visit to Clifton, where ho has property inteicsts. Alonzo Packer is building a residence of cement brick, just south of the new house of J. R. AVelkor. GOSPEL TENT ANNOUNCEMENT Tonight 's topic: "Tho United States a Subject of Prophecy." No nation is brought into prophecy only as it comes in contact with the professed Chris tian church. As all the nations of Lu' ropo wore outlined long ago by tho prophetic, historian, so wo find a very interesting outlino of our own nation.1 All should hear this. Ball ground, corner Maplo and East streets. EVANGELISTS BOND AND NIXON. Don't forget the ball given by tho Ladies of the Maccabees at Maurel Hall tomorrow oemng. .Refreshments will be served at 2oc tho couple. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Notice is hereby given that I will not bo responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. Fannie Rinehard. GEO. P. RINEHARD. Globe, May 9, 1910. A Lady Who Lives in Goldsboro Joins in the Chorus of Praise for Cardui, The Woman's Tonic. J There is a Reason Why I HE GOT THE PIN A man who 'believes in the old say ing, "See a pin and pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck," saw a pin in front of the postoflicc the other day. Bending down to get it his hat tumbled oil and, rolled into the gutter; his eye glass fell and broke on the pavement; his suspenders gave way behind; ho burst the buttonhole on the back of his shirt collar, and all but lost his new fiont tooth but he got the pin Na tional Monthly. Don't forget the ball given by the Ladies of the Maccabees at Maurel Hill tomonow evening. Refreshments will be served at 25c the couple. , u. Prom a letter of George II. Cable it 'is learned that' he appeared to be nino years old who nhe pnlisted. The let ter in part is as follows: "I have your -letter ot uctober !). it was on that date, thirty-eight years afo, that I joined the Confederate army. When the enlisting officer said 'You solemnly swear that you are nineteen years old:' T said, 'I do.' And he responded. "You'd better say nine.' " Goldsboro, N. C "A physician treat ed me for many distressing symptoms," writes Airs. Etta A. Smith, "but gave me no relief. "I suffered with neuralgia around tho heart and was troubled at times with my head. I had pain in my left side, bowels, left thigh, shoulders and arms. "After taking Cardui, I am now well and can recommend it to other suffering women." " lUSt SUCh doubtful svmnlnmc v hc from which Mrs. Smith suHptpA t h ones for which it will pay yoiitotaka Cardui, the woman's tonic. It iS at SUCll limps U'llPti 4hra .V .,(!, ing to show, for certain, the real cause of me irouoie, mat you need a tonic, to give the body strength to throw off the illness that evidently threatens. Take Cardui, when you are ill, with the ailments of your sex. Take Cardui as a tonic, to prevent illness, when you feel it coming. Your druggist keeps it. N- B.r"!l'n'e!?: Indies' Advisory Dept.. Chatta noop Medicine Co . ChattanooRa. Tenn.. for Special Instructions. andM-papc book. '"Home Treatment 'or Women sent in plain wrapper on reauest. Willie Whndj.i quit vcr iob for? Weaiy Well, I figgercd it like this: If I did make good they'd expect me to lcttop on makin' good. That's ytoo ium'hwork, so I quit. Cleveland Leader. KEEGAN'S We serve only the Best Wines Liquors and Cigars Make this your headquarters KEEGAN'S Mrs. James S. Sherman Winning Fame for Plain Home Cooked Meals Kimball HAVE YOU BEEN CLASSIFIED? In Careful Count of Noses b y Uncle Sara, Some May by Chance Be Overlooked Are You One of Them? Prank Towle Wants to Get You If not ervisor , fill out this coupon am rof Census, C.LOHK, .' HAVE YOU BEEN ENUMERATED d mail it to FHANKLTN 1 TOWLE, Sup .MIIZONA. On April 15, 1010,1 was living at the address given below, but ,the best of my knowledge I have not been enumerated theic oi Mhere else. Name Street and Number. City Has tho census mail got you yet I ' uneio barn's enumerators, who aro counting Hoses in Globe nnd throughout Arizona generally under the direction of Supervisor Franklin!; F. Towle, have been busy for tho past two weeks and hae already covered a large portion ot the territory assigned to them. They hac two weeks left in which to finish their work and will more than likely quiz tho head of every family in this district as well as tho irnmarried resi dents of legal ago,' but in the event that aiiMine is oerlooKed, the coupon printed alm should bo filled in and mailed to Mr. Towle. Of cours. it is the intention of ecu sus enumerators to securo data regard ing every resident of tho country and if anyone is overlooked it will bo becauso tho census takers havo been unable to find thoin. For this icason, Mr. Towle should bo communicated with by any ics.dent of this city of territory who be lieves that ho has been overlooked. Unless you aro suro tho census man has been in your neighborhood and has apparently overlooked you and gone to some other part of the city,, it will not be necessary to send in the cou'pon at once. Save it until the census is pr.ic ticullv over, which will be about the middle of this month, and then advise -Mr. Towle of tho fact that jou have not been enumerated and he will piomptly take steps to see that you arc piopeily quuzed iforo- t. Ttlt?tSSK3grJSfSiv;Sfi: f a8Mas&i JTS&i I - rilifo ,'i- i& 4 m mi - - r J. , ' . ' . m t if N s Xy " lit V imt iSja 13 ' JM "" -;t4 rii, ,,, Pia s , None Better None More Reason ably Priced Terms to Suit You May Records Now Here F. L. WIGHTMAN Stanley Woodward Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES PEOMPTLY FTJBNISHSD P. 0. Box 14 Phone 1181 rjfiHE EODOEES HOSPITAL and Training School for Nurses For Surgical, Maternity and General Medical Cases. A limited number of pupil nurses taken for training. Directory for Graduate Nurses in Connection MAEKA. EODGEES, K. D. 123 S. Stono Ave. Tucson, Arizona. WASHINGTON, 1). C, Maj ?,. If there is one way better than another to win fame and popularity it is via the good dinner loiite. Elaboiate dignified dinners, of stato grow weary, so those who aro compelled to eat them have said, but a good old fashioned dinnei served in home style, is a hit in AVash ington circles nowadays. Mis. James S Sherman, wife of tho vice president, is a cook of tho old school. During the past winter she gave three home dinners where thero was more plain food than frills and diplomatic Washing ton opened its eyes and wondeied. Mrs. Sherman made a hit with her din neis so much of a hit, in fact, that .she is planning a series of twelve homo dinners during the month of May, which are due to w ind up the Washington season. "A vice piesident is never overstrong in Washington cin-les," s-nd Senator Depew, "but when a vice president has a wife that i"n i-ook as .Inn Sherman's wife can then ho smel ' becomes of home impnitanee If Mrs, Sherman keeps up her Mav dinners people would better hiok out or Mi. .Inn will be sei'ig .nun is from the Win e House." wnuirrttWMMMaaaeanaag.a J. E. Merriam Building Contractor Building estimates promptly furnished Work guaranteed BOZ 491 Office: Corner Oak and Hill era:3j2raHa3sca8un9wwwKj SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN & SATCHELL ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MTNEE AL SURVEYORS. Rooms 10, 12 and 1-1 Trust Bldg. , GLOBE, ARIZONA The Occidental Life Insurance Company Has Met With the Phenomenal Success It Has. I What the Governor of Arizona said to the Governor of New Mexico: ' 'My acquaintance with the of ficers of tho Occidental Llfo In surance Company, and such In formation as I have been able to get from an examination into its affairs, have satisfied me that it is a most worthy institution, and deserves tho support and patron age of the citizens of Arizona ana New Mexico. I particularly like the policy of the company in placing its loans and making its investments in the section of the country where iS does business. My faith in the company is evi denced by the fact that I am a policy holder for a substantial amount." s (Signed) EICHAED E. SLOAN. What the Governor of New Mexico said to the Governor of Arizona: "I consider myself fortunate in being a stock holder in ae Occi dental Life Insuranco Company, for I have had some experience as to the value of the stock in a well-managed life insurance com pany. "The real future of the com pany is in all probability in the hands of the executive commit tee, and I am pleased to say they could not, in my opinion, have selected better men to manage tho company. I J know them all, and they are careful, honest and shrewd" men. "It seems to me that it is im portant to the welfare of our ter ritory that the largo sums of money which aro annually paid in premiums on life insurance pol icies, and sent east, should be kept at home, and invested in Arizona and New Mexico. The successful work already done by the Occidental Life Insurance Company in securing such large business during the first years of its existence, makes mo believe it will accomplish this end." (Signed) WILLIAM J. MILLS. THE CHAEACTEE OF THE MEN WHO J30NSTITUTE THE DIRECTORATE is sufficient to guarantee Jhat the business of the Com pany is being honestly and ably conducted, and the policy of the Com pany of investing all its money in the Territories should appeal to every local citizen of Arizona. The Occidental Life Insurance Company is an old hue legal reserve company that is as strong, sound and reliable as any company doing business in our territories. Then why should you not give it your sup port? Thousands of dollars have been loaned to our people, and kept in the west since the organization of the Occidental; the agent of a for eign company solicits your business to send YOUE MONEY out of the country. He is employed by a foreign company, and his interest in our territories is correspondingly increased or decreased by tho amount of his production for his foreign employers. KEEP AT HOME the vast spms that have annually been sent out of the country for life insurance for the development of the new states soon to be, Arizona and New Mexico. uthwestern Underwriter GENERAL AGENTS COMPANY PHOENIX, AEIZONA. INDIAN HOT SPRINGS These famous Indian Hot Springs aro only twenty minutes' ride from Hot Springs Station, Graham County, Arizona. Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas and tho Springs every Saturday and Sunday, good returning Monday. ' It you aro suffering from rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney and stomach troubles, blood disorders. or women's diseases, these Springs will cure you. Tho most (Wonderful mud and mineral baths. Not Only for the Sick, but Rest for the Well ALEXANDER BEOTHERS, POSTOFFICE, POET THOMAS, AEIZ. Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 a day The Globe Commercial Co. TELEPHONE 221 We Want Your Trade Xnn quality of eoodi carried b ui can tlrrsyi be depended en. We kuy and sell the best, and handle only guch qualities u will appeal to lovers of "good things to eat." We have accommodating salesmen. Our solicitors are competent We make prompt deliveries Oiea n excount with m today ,aad we will both be winner. SMSMi . L. JONES & SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office Cor. Broad d? Oak Res. 346 S. Mill St. TELEPHONES Office: Black, 81; Rcsidcp-e, Green 81. A SMILE Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish when you're blue, bilious and out of iorts. There is a sr're cuie for all kinds of stomach and liver complaints consti pation and djspepMi. Ballard's . I pr b'lie is mild, yet absolutely elTeel ve Price 50 cents per bottle, buld by Pal ace Phainiacy BARCLAY & COMPANY A specialty made of FINE LIVERY RIGS. Leave your vehicles with us. We have plenty of shed room. HAY, GRAIN AND COAL TELEPHONE 171 GLOBE, ARIZ.