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mpr llrf DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
WEDNESDAY, j '
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1 GRAND CLOSING
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$6.50 ladies' mireMinen waists
$5.00 ladies' pure linen' waists ...
f4.UU ladies' pure Imen waists
$3.50 ladies' pure linen waists
$3.00 ladies' pure linoii waists
$5.00 white net waists
$G.OO silk waists u
25 nice waists at
$3.25 blank sateen suits
75c and $1.00 white underskirts
$1.50 white underskirts
We are giving the same reduction on all our
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF READY
MADE SKIRTS AT CLOSING OUT-PRICES
Amoskagf apron checks
Nice dress ginghams r
35c lawns ',
25o lawns . i:
20c lawn's JLji
15c aiuriOc lawns 1
85c homespun silks
75c silks, all colors
35c dress linens
35c India linens
25c India linens
50o table linen
35c table linen
5c and 10c
$1.50 table linens J:
1000 yards of embroidery, per yard
$1.00 corset cover embroidery'
75c corset cover embroidery
RIBBONS AT COST
APPLIQUES AT YOUR OWN PRICE
Geo? P. Ide's dress shirts, coat style, beau
tiful patterns : , " ' "
$3.00 selling for,c
40 r.n oKvw, JVA
$2.50 selling fof
$2.00 selling for.:
$1.75 selling for
' 300 of the 75c workmgmen-'s shirts at 45c
Men's soit shirts, fine quality, at cost.
X00 nice dress shirts, each 50c
Boys' 'dress shirts 40c
MEN'S HATS, ETC.
$2.50 and $3.00 hats $1.00
50c belts Ion
100 pair of 50c suspenders, each J 25c
Large lot of workingmen's shoes at closing
out prices. N
A large assortment of men's pants at a.
50 khaki suits, good material, per suit ..$2.50
65c balbriggan shirts and drawers, new
goods, just in .45c
75c heavy ribbed shirts and drawers , !50c
Sugar, 14 pounds
Corn, standard, 9 cans !
Peas, standard, 9 cans
String beans, standard. 9 cans
Baked beans, pound cans, 10 cans
Asparagus 2 1-2 pound cans, 1 can
Sauor kraut, 7 cans
Honiiny, 7 cans
Oysters. Monsoon 2 wound cans. 5 cans $1.00
"Oysters, Monsoons, 1 pound cans, 8 eans$1.00
Lobsters, 3-4 pound cans, 1 can 35c
Lobsters, 1-2 pound cans, 1 can 1 25c
Salmon. 1 pound cans. 5 cans
Salmon, 1-2 pound cans, 8 cans
Sardines. American. 20 cans
Kippered herring, 5' cans
Corned beef, 7 cans
Ham, Helmet, 1 pound
Bacon, Helmet, 1 pound
Milk, large, St. Charles, 9 cans
Milk, small, St. Charles, 10 cans.
Matches, Domino, 1 package
Matches, Diamond, 1 package
Jbye, Merry War, 4 cans
Baking powder, Folger, 16 oz.
Pickles, 3 oz. bottle
Olives, bulk, quart
White Star soap, 23 bars
Sultan's Star soap, 25 bars
Borax soap, 2) bars
Oats, package, 7 for
Wheat Berries, 3 for
Puffed rice ,
Crackers 1 pound
Crackers, 2 pounds
Crackers, 3 pounds l
Lipton jelly tablets, 3 for I
Vinegar, pure, gal. 60 ; bottle
Richelieu 2 1-2 lb. preserved can fruits-
Richelieu 2 lb. preserved can fruits
Monsoon 2 1-2 lb. preserved can fruits.-
Monsoon 1 lb. preserved can fruits
Standard assortment, 2 T2 ; 1 apricot, 1
peach, 1 grape, 1 plum, 1 blackberry, 1
Jam, Genessee, 21-2 lb. in any flavor
Jam, Genessee, 1 lb. in any flavor, 7 for
Jam, Shasta, 2 1-2 lb. any flavor, 3 for
Jam, Richelieu, 5 jars .
Jam, Richelieu, 3 jars
1 lb. glass preserves
1 lb. glass jam
1 lb. class iellv
Syrup, maple, 1 gal
Syrup, maple, 1-2 gal.
Syrup, maple, 1-4 gal. Maple
Syrup, drips, Saratoga, etc., 1 gal
Syrup, drips, Victor, 1-4 gal
Syrup, drips, Aztec, 1 gal.
Svrup. drips. Aztec 1-4 cral.
Vanila extract, 4 oz., Burnett's or Folger's40c
Lemon extract, 4 oz., Burnett's or Folger'B35c
Watch this space for New and Enticing Prices
McCALL PATTERNS '
Celebrated for style, perfect ft, simplicity and
reliability nearly 4J jits. Sold In i.csrly
1 ccry city and town In llic United SUtcs nr.d
Canaili, or by mail direct. More ro'il tl:.".n
any other make. Send tor free catalogue.
More subscribers tlisn nny other fashion
tmjazinc million a month. Invaluable. lat
est styles, pittcrn, t'rcssinaLInr, millinery,
. ji'ain scwlnpr, f.inry nccdtcwoik.lialrdixssln;;,
etiquette, Rood tlork'S etc. On'y to cents a
year (worth dnubk), Including n free pattern.
Subscribe today, or send fur rainnlu copy,
to Agents. Postal li'inijs prrm'nri catalogue
nnd new cash prlzaofc s. Address "
THE B:CAH CO.. 3 ts K3 17. ITS SI, Km YOnil
mUNGEST m ON
NEW APPOINTEE TO SUPEEME
COURT BUT THIRTY-THREE
YEARS OF AGE.
BOHEMIA IS BAD TOR GIRLS
More than nine out of every
ten cases of rheumatism are
simply rheumatism of the
muscles, due to cold or damp,
or chronic rheumatism. In
such cases no internal treat
ment is required. The free
is all i t .is needed and it is cer
tain to give quick relief. Give it
a trial and see for yourself how
quickly it relieves the pain and
soreness. Price 35c; large size, 50c.
THE GLOBE BANK & BAV
INGS COMEANT PAYS THE HIGH
EST INTEREST ON ESCROW AND
TERM DEPOSITS, HAS THE SAFEST
IN8URANOE AGENCY, GUARAN
TEES ABSOLUTE SECURITY AND
HAS SUCCESSFULLY PRACTICED
LAW IN TERRITORY FOR
1 All spring work done prompt-
; ; ly and neatly.
Prices reasouablo and one price
:: toaiL ;
Orders left at Silver Belt will
, rcccivo prompt attention.
;: Byers"& Fleming
mwiwwiuhii 1 n 1
Ernest T. Lewis, who has been ap
pointed by -President Taft to bo Asso
ciate Justico of tho Arizona Supreme
court, with headquarters in this city, is
ono of tho youngest inon yet elevated
to the Arlzonn bench. In December last
ho was but 33 years old. His youth was
quo of tho reasons urged against him by
thoso who wanted someone else selected.
Lewis was born in Indiana, Indiana
county, Pennsylvania, December 27,
1871), and attended tho public schools
there. Ho attended tho University of
Minnesota aud shortly beforo his grad
uation had to leave college in 1899 and
I'omo to Arizona to recover from the
effects of a severe attack of pneumonia.
For six months Lewis was connected
with the Agricultural experimental sta
tion at Tucson as clerk, after which he
went to Phoenix, being admitted to tho
bar there in the samo vear. For the
past four or five years he has been su
premo court reporter, his duty being
to edit and publish tho decisions of
Lewis has practiced in Phoenix for
the past ton years'. Several years ago
ho joined Thomas Armstrong, Jr., in a
law firm whiclrhas been ono of tho most
successful in Phoenix.
Lewis had tho endorsement of 'the
Supreme Bench, the bar of Arizona, re
gardless of politics, and a largo number
of tho active dominant republicans in
Boys Will Ba Boys
And are always getting Bcratches,
cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or
scalds. Don'i neglect such things
they may result gorious if you do. Ap
ply Ballard's Snow Liniment according
to directions right away, and it will
relieve tho pain and hoal tho trouble.
f, 50c and $1,00 Sold by Pal-
Manners and Morals aro Likely to Be
Corrupted by Unwholesomo Influences
When, at great sacrifice you send
your girl to study art in Now York, full
of high hopes, you will save pain and
disappointment if you consider before
hand what you aro going to get back,
says Anne Evans in The Delineator for
-May. If your g'rl is a genius fortu
nately for American home-making she
seldom it- you will probably never get
anything back. She will doubtless stay
there. If sho is just a girl, like most
girls, and vou send her into Bohemia.
yon aro going to get back something
you nover bargained for.
For your information I am going, to
make three definite charges against
Bohemia which I am convinced by per
sonal observation cannot bo denied:
1. Bohemia degenerates far more
talent thau it develops.
2. Bohemia induces vicious habits
cigarotte smoking and' really strong
drinkiug (whiskey and cocktails)
among young girls.
3. Bohemia unfits girls, both iu tasto
and character, for family life and faintly-making.
Two or three years of 'BoMemia can
mako a more complete- change in a
girl's life and character than any other
ono thing 1 know of, including the
stago, becauso its influence is insidious
than nny other. It offers complete lib
erty of life and companionship, without
guidance to inexperienced girls. They
live in 11 sort of community set apart,
whero law, order and all conventions
arc despised and decried by tho older
habitues, who aro usually thoroughly
Europeanizcd. They adopt Bohemia's
badge freakish, untidy dres,s, and
strango "original" affectations of man
ners and speech. Tho fruits of Bohem
ia's teachings are discontent and a prig
gish contempt of home, duty, old
fiiends and ways, 'a horror o'f lifo
among one's ow people, and absoluto
refusal of tho responsibilities of wife-
NOTED EDUCATORS IN LINE OF
WORK WILL DISCUSS VITAL
Tho annual session of the Gila-Graham
Bible-school convention will bog'n
in the First Baptist church, this city,
tomorrow afternoon at half past one.
This gathering represents all Sunday
schools of all the nrotcstant denomina
tions in Gila oounty and of those in
Graham county extending as far cast
Tho program is a strong one, and has
been arauged for the benefit .of workers
in this district. Every topic is a live
one and is vital to Sunday ecIioo! work.
Leading educators, both religions and
secular, from the two counties, will
speak. Tho session will bo open to all
and ovcrybody is cordially invited to be
present. Look for the program in to
morrow's Silver Belt.
PERSONALITY OF "UNCLE
hood nnd mothorhood, on tho grounds
that respectability is utterly plebeian,
and most people would hotter not havo.
been born, anyway. Perhaps this cheno
cynicism is right, for Bohemians. If
theso things are good to know, Bohemia
is tboplaco. to Bend your daughters to
Jccl Chandler Harris Was a Kindly
Philosopher Who Wore a Mask
mensely so, an apparent, though scarce
ly audiblo chuckle, vibrated his whole
frame. IIo never laughed loudly, that
chucklq was his superlative. And if
you sat and talked with him by the
hour; or, if, knowing the man, you
wntchrd him shambling his way
through tho crowded streets of Atlanta,
your first impression was forever ef
faced. Through tho strango mask of
Bhyncss nnd deceptive insignificance,
you saw the keen, kindly philosopher;
the thoughtful, imaginative man of let
ters who had written his way into
tho heart of civilization.
Tho man and his methods constituted
such an anomaly in Americnn literature
that one must needs tread in unusual
paths to sccuro a glimps of his real.
The sources of his knowledge of.hu
man nature were just two ob-ervation
nnd absorption by shy, silent contacr.
The fruits of theso faculties wcr" pour
ed into the erilfihln nf hi l-nnn Kt,l
kindly philosophy and his alert tntro-1 m
Bpcetion; tho result is tho stories that
havo made him famous.
BOLrVTA ELECTS PEESIDniT
LA PAS, Bolivia, May 4.-Dr.
WASHINGTON. May 4. The protest odor v,,,ezon, first vice presuwtt 1
u .H..u :. i--i
ASSIGNMENT OF BISHOPS
WHEELING, May 4.-At tofrl
ession of tho Methodist EokkI
bishops, tho assignment of bistopi
tho fall conference was made. And
California, September 22, Bil
Arizona Missions, September
Apache Indian Mission, Pasco .bill,
038 North Devorcaux street, will 'fur
nish Indian womon to do washing nnd
houso work j Indian men to cut wood
nnd do chores. Indinn baskets, horse
hair and bead work for sale.
Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish
when you're blue, billious and out of
sorts. Thero is a suro euro for all
kinds of stomach and liver complnints
oonstination and dyspepsia. Bal
lard's Herbino is mild, vet nbsolutelv
rnco nu cents
In personality Joel Chandler Harris
had no counterpart in literary life, says
Frank L. Stanton in tho Delineator for
May. Ho w.-fs incomparable, because ho
was different. IIo had not tho "liter
ary look," nor yet that of tho compar
atively well-to-do farmer, however,
much it may seem that tho blended as
sociation would bo demonstrated in ap
pearance. Of avcrago height, ho still
did not seem so, for constant applica
tion at the dosk had somewhat rounded
his frame; and then thero was another
rotundity that bespeaks secular living
and jovial temperament. Something
comically blending tho pathotic atid the
apathetic spoko from his ruddy face,
but tho mild blue eyes that seemed neg
ligent or inattentive the previous mo
ment brightened with a glint that was
variously humorous, shrewd or sympa
thetic, as tho provocation might be. Tho
voico drawled lazily, faltering, and hes
itating increasingly as the map was
A slight impediment of sgeech,
largely imaginary, had accentuated a
nativo modesty that impelled an unus
ual degree of seclusion; and yet, upon
occasion, few could enter into moro ani
mated or unfaltering conversation.
Bllllousncss and Constipation
For years I was troubled with billi
ousness and constipation, which made
lifo misoroblo for me. My appetite
failed mo. I lost my usual force and vi
tality. Pepsin preparations and cathar
tics only made matters worso . I do not
know whero I should havo been today
had I' not tried Chamberlain's Stomach
and LiVer Tablots. Tho tablets rolicve
tho ill feelingat once, strengthen tho
digestive functions, purify tho stomach,
liver nnd blood, helping tho system to
do its work naturally. Mrs. Rosa Pots,
xjirmmguam, Ala. Tbcso tablets are
for sale my all druggists.
Railroad Seems Certain.
It now ecemscertnin, says tho Hoi
brook Argus, that a railroad will be
built from Holbrook to Fort Apache
beforo so very long. Mr. Campbell and
W. H. Clark have been piloting a num
ber of capitalists and engineers ovo
tho route during tho last few days.
These men all speak well of the pro
ject, nnd fully bcliovo that such a road
should be built dnd that right away.
against tho action of the legislature of
Mississippi in placing tho portrait of
Jefferson Davis on tho silver service
to bo presented to tho battleship bear
ing the name of that stato was present
ed to the houso today by IIolling3Worth
of Ohio, in tho shape of a resolution.
Ilollingsworth desires to have tho sccre-
itavv of the navv inform eonirres n-lial
keen, but lesgon of patriotism and what ideals of
government the proposed gift is intend
ed to inspire,.
He also dcsiressto know if the officers
of the Mississippi, including Capta'n
John C. Fremont, a descendant, of Gen
eral Fremont of tho "Union army, agrees
to tho proposed decoration.
tho republic, was elected president 1
day, to fill the vacancy caused bj t
death of Fernando Guachal'a.
Look in tho window for aujttaH
tho Rubber Goods.
Go to the Indian Hot Springs. W
the baths and drink the mineral fi'A
It will do you gooa.
DR. P. B. CALER
286 N. BROAD STREET
Over Palace Pharmacy.
eucctivo m nil cases.
per bottje. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. J When he was pleased or. amused im-l
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO
Notice in hereby given that tho firm
of N. K. Remington & Co., doing bus
iness at tho Road House, about three
miles northerly from Globe, on the
Roosevelt Road, is this day dissolved
by-mutual consent, Chns. C. II. Schasse
continuing tho said business na sole pro
prietor, with authority to collect and
retain any and all accounts duo the
firm of N. K. Remington & Co., and
with tho obligation to pay all legal
demands now outstanding, ngainst said
Dated April 28th, 1P09.
N. K. REMINGTON.'
CIIAS. C. H. SCHASSE.
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