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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 19, 1903.
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Condensed Statement of the Condition of
I The Bank of Douglas
DOUGLAS, - ARIZONA,
At the Close of Business June 30, 1903.
Loans and Discounts $141,804.92
Overdrafts 3.1 59.59
Furniture and Fixtures 2,478.17
Stocks and Bonds 359.00
Cash on Hand and on Deposit with
other Banks 168,635.83
Paid up Capital -. 5 35,000.00
Undivided Profits- 2.758.04
June 19, 1902, Commenced Business
" November 29', 1902, Deposits $131,579.93 ',
March 31, 1903, Deposits $190,927.56
JUNE 30. 1903, DEPOSITS $278,877.47
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Population of Douglas in 190s
E. L. PIRTLE CO.
DRESSY AFTERNOON GOWNS
Hand I'alnted Mulin Chine Ef
fects Verr Smart.
Hand painted muslins and chiffons
are the favorite materials for those
who can afford them, but good imita
tions arc to be seen In the printed nets
and mulls. Jinny of the latter Intro
duce cbV ' effects, and these soft ma
terials lend themselves admirably to
guftgings pnd tuckings.
Hough hats of yellow straw are very
tmart trimmed with black ostrich
A particularly up to date gown seen
recently was of white crepe de chine
with a deep flounce of openwork black
silk fringe decorated with cream Jice
motifs and studded with emerald and
GOWN OF ODAT VEILC'O HUMMED WITH
gold and silver sequins. The top of the
skirt was gauged slightly over the hips.
With this was worn a wide belt of old
rose damask silk with a bolero coat of
the same knotted fringe studded with
lace and sequins and finished with
Inner folds of rose chiffon. The hat
to be worn with this was a big picture
shape in chip trimmed with waving
ostrich plumes, the brim being lined
with pink roses. Certainly cream or
Ivory white is one of the best founda
tions for a smart gown.
The dainty costume shown Is of gray
veiling trimmed with fringe and bands
of old rose embroidery.
Handsome Model In Brocade and
Useful Ones In Glno-ham.
Silks, satins and brocades predomi
nate In fashionable underskirts, though
there Is something dainty about a
white cambric lace befrilled petticoat
on a hot day. China silk. too. is used
for underskirts as well as colored sat
ins and mervellleuxof different shades,
often stitched by band In a contrasting
color. Nothing Is daintier than an In
expensive hlte silk petticoat edged
with black chantilly and further Oc
orated with black motifs and Inser
tions. Pretty petticoats for useful wear are
made of colored gingham trimmed
with ecru lace.
Pongee and mobalr petticoats are
prettily finished with a flounce of but-,
White cambric petticoats are made
with wide flounces headed by a bead
In?, through which la run a colored
ribbon. These flounces are Inserted
with open lace either in straight or bias
Black taffeta petticoats are always
smart trimmed with chantilly lace.
The three-quarter coat In the cut U
of black peaa de sole trimmed with
fllk braid and lined with white silk.
. . JUDIC CHOLLET.
Jerce ! Always Useful Roach
White Hopsacktne Skirts.
Yachting costumes are among the
considerations of the moment. French
women are having n great deal of deep
crimson serge made up In this way.
The average woman, however, looks
best in a costume of navy blue trimmed
with touches of red or white.
Costumes of white serge and brli
Ilantine are also smart trimmed here
jnd there with touches of dull green.
A blue yachting costume seen recent
ly was of blue serge decorated with
BEBQE TACHTTSO COSTUME.
crochet applique In scarlet with dark
blue and red tassels. The skirt Just
escaped the ground and was cut very
full. The jacket was loose braided and
lined with scarlet silk. With this was
worn a white tailor made shirt waist
with a red leather belt and a tie of red
Hough white hopsacklng skirts are
very smart cut with a wide flare and
trimmed with five rows of military
Flat military braid Is very good also
Orange linen is a new shade. It li
usually trimmed with black and white
The yachting costume Illustrated Is
of serge. The Jacket Is blue and the
skirt cream with a blue band. ,
China Silk a Favorite, as Is Alsa
Embroidered While Linen.
Hose Is one of the favorite Parisian
shades. A very smart afternoon gown
seen recently was in soft white china
silk decorated with a border of silk
covered with pink spots. The skirt wai
caught up on the hips in pannier fash
Ion, while the bodice was finished with
a. fichu of black embroidered sole d
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HOSE JIUSLLS GOWN.
chine edged with heavy fringe and
worn with an all black toque trimmed
with pink roses.
Entire dresses of white linen are ths
latest thing. These dress.es are of two
descriptions, those Intended for walk
ing costumes and the dressy variety.
A gown of linen inset with giod cluny
lace is fit for almost any summer occa
sion. The other little gowns are mads
shirt waist fashion, with the Bklrts
Just clearing the ground. They are or
namented with tucks and with tailor
White china silk costumes are smart
and almost universally becoming. They
are trimmed with lines of fagoting and
wide bands of antique lace.
An all white hat trimmed with a
long ostrich plume Is a very useful adjunct.
When yoj. Visit
Of Course You Will Stop at the
The Most Centrally Located.
The Most Convenient.
The Nearest to Business Center.
The Most HomeliKe..
The Coolest Rooms in the City.
H. C. STILLMAN
jij Corner Tenth St. and G Avenue,
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