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Tuesday, April 12 1910. When YOU Order Coffee Won't You Say You Can?t Better THE BEST PLEASE DO NOT TAKE A SUBSTITUTE. IF YOUR DEALER HASN'T SOLWICO TELL HIM TO GET IT FOR YOU. THE DAIClAHtVER BELT A Pay Day Week Sale That Will Break All Records Don't Be Deceived by a False and Foolish Cry. Read Our Prices and Then See Our Goods The greatest sale in the history of this store is" on. It started Saturday morning in a blaze of brilliant glory and each succeeding day will add to its in tensity. There are to be n o innovations in the methods of doing business at this store. When we opened we laid down plans of procedure and we have made a wonderful success of the venture. The old way is good enough for the Big Store of Brown's. One price to all and that the lowest price that can possibly be made on the article to be sold. We value our credit customers because they pay their bills and we lose nothing by granting them an accommodation now and then. We can offer this convenience without using it as an excuse for higher prices. Low prices prevail here today and always will prevail. The big sale this week. The sales and regular selling of the past bear us out in this statement. Our patrons have always been treated fairly and honorably and have not been held up to pay the losses of those who should not have been given credit. It is a pretty raw confession for a dealer to publicly admit that he has been bleeding the public because of lack of business sense. Read the few prices enuumerated here. They mirror the bargains in every department. Come here this week and get the best and most stylish at the lowest prices. HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL PAT TERN HATS CHOICE AT $4.50 No such lint salo as this was ever before undertaken in Globe. Tlio price, considering tlio quality and stylo could not be dupli cated in any wholesnlo liouso hi tlio land. We have on display for this great pay day week sale hundreds of Jiats. Not a ono of these hats could bo sold in tlio regular way for less than $8.fi0; many of them are worth up to $23; somo linvo bold as high as $30. But'nover mind what they cost, what they formerly sold for, or vwuil. uur iu-3 la. itu have decided upon giv ing tho ladies of Globo n big lint treat, and it is now on. Come, to tho big millinery gallery to day and tako your choice of any of these beautiful creations. tsr- ..fit. 4 4.50 E. &. W. AND MANHATTAN SHIRTS This is the homo of tlio E. & W. and Manhattan Shirts. These lines represent tho best in shirts. A big shipment of shirts cm bracing all the latest effects reached tho gent's goods department last Saturday. It is absolutely tho best showing of high-class goods evpr mado in Globe. Pretty things in plain whites, whites with pin stripes in black, green and blue, Colored effects in plaids and chocks. Altogether the best line in the city. See tho nobby thing in E. & W. wo are CO EM soiling at .. $fi.OU HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHING EDWIN CLAPP AND FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN Op .whore you may, no matter how largo tho city, no matter what tho conditions jou will not find a better man's shoo than those mado by Edwin Clapp mid riorslioiin. They nio tho world's recognized leaders. Wo have tlic-c shoes in all the popular leathers in all tlio popular lasts. High cuts in button and laco in patent, vici, dull finish and tans. Oxfords and this is real oxford weathor in all tho new shapes mid coloiing effects. Seo this lino if you would got satisfaction and savo money. This pay day salo now in progress at this, stoio givs you a wonderful onnortunitv to seo and examine v ... !!.. ... ! ..1 .dfek. 11119 III1U. 4VII Upi'll Jllll'l 15 ill y3nPv ;x v6ur disposal. visS$la!SKv,.'5:. TX Ki.. Tvi?.?.- 4 00 $700 Mii'f lfcrA'QISsr B R o w N s Stands for tho best in all ready-to-wear clothing. There is noth ing mado that approaches it. It has tlio style, the designing and tlio shaping that gives tho perfect fit. Every garment is war ranted to be made of all wool impoitejl materials. Our full line for spring and sujnmer is now in the house ready for this week's poll ing. Wo have an excep tionally strong line of two pieco suits in all tho pretty color effects. flSSh Suits for Young Men and Boys This is tlio only store in Globo where boys and chil dieu can bo fitted out from head to foot and in just as good stylo as theu elders. Wo hao suits hero to fit tho tall slim boy and tho fat boy. Hart, S'chnff ner & Marx Suits for men from $13 to $40. DOROTHY DODD AND HANAN SHOES FOR WOMEN Our women's shoe department is one of the strongest in tho store. It grows in strength and volume of business daily. The lines represented in this department arc the leading lines of tho world. They aro so recognized by dealers everywhere in tho country and tho house representing them is foitunato indeed. It puts competition out of tho question and puts a shoo house in tho leading role. Wo have ladies' shoes in every late cut imaginable. Oxford laco and button, a specialty. uome in during this great pay lay week selling event and examine, tins fine lino of shoes. T1k most economical buyers in Globo aro trading at Brown's. 3 to 5 , rvf'ak HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING DEPARTMENT ' The hair dressing and manicuring depaitment is one of tho busiest in the store. Experts aro here ready to serve all patrons. Wo have one of tlio most expert women in chaige of our hair dressing and manicuring. Taco massago a specialty. Come horo when you wish beauty work of any kind. We will please you and tho chargo is very moderate. Hair dressing and manicuiing parlors just off tho millinery department on the big gallery. CUT PRICES SUITS, SKIRTS, WAISTS A special offering for this week's selling will be 50 dresses in plain taffetas, foulards, pongees, all wanted colors. Take your choice this week J -J gS Ladies' Wooltex Skirts $5.00 Skirts IQ "7C ff0Ski"II$5'00 f$roskirts S7.50 $12.56 skirts cifi nn for I WnWW $10.00 Skirts for Ladies' $1.50 Waists for $2.00 Waists for $2.50 Waists for $3.00 Waists for $4.00 Waists for . . II If Pi $12.50 Tailored Waists $1.20 $1.35 $1.75 $2.25 $2,.75 t m y . mm rz. jtiiia- jTf? '; if flu f ft fell RECEPTION AND EVENING GOWNS We aro showing the most beautiful lino of re ception and evening gowns ever brought to Globe and in this great pay day week event they aro going at unusually low prices. $50.00 Gowns Salo Price $40.00 Gowns Sale Price $35.00 Gowns Sale Price $30.00 Gowns Salo Price $25.00 Gowns Salo (Price . $36.00 $28.50 $25.00 $21.00 $17.75 All the pretty little novelties In ladies' collars, jabots, and those other accessories so essential to the complete toilet are found hero in end- ess variety and at prices that will save you money. Brown's Brown's Brown's Brown's Brown's SV2"WttUlUJy' vj- aaM- SQ78 SHORT STORIES OF TRE CITY BEST ico cream in town Maxson's. NEW CASHIER W. A. Parmer has taken a position as cashier in tho Ari zona Eastorn freight ollice, succeeding M. B. Morse, lcsigned. Mr. Morso Tvill leave to tako n position elsewheio within tho next few days. IiADIES' AID MEETING Tho La dies Aid society pf tho Methodrst church will meet with Mrs. M. S. Moore, 417 Cedar street, Thursday, at 2:30 p. in. Visitors welcome. a paper box or "any old thing" for , a junk pile. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Tho reg ulai social and monthly business meet ing of the Christian Endeavor society of tho Presbyterian church will bo held Tuesday evening, April 12, at tho res ideneo of L. L. Eakin, 107 Globe streot, rsottsger lull. All friends of tho so ciety and church are invited. Every one is asked to bring a scrap of cloth, A straight, honest, healthful cream of tartar baking powder. Made from Grapes. Contains not a gmm of Unjunoiss ingredient Sllkm t mgas$k I CREAM 3 S$SiB$8iB9d! WEDDING TONIGHT Miss Lydia D. bparks and (.'liaUes V. Uiubbs, both well known in this citjywill be maiiied this eening at the hbmo of Charles Ij. Ti'awlins. The afT.iir is of much promi nence socially and about thirty guests have been invited. VUSKOVICH HEARING On mo tion of tho defense, tho hearing of Pcto Viiakovich, chaiged with assault with intent to commit murder, was again continued jestcrday, in Judge llinson Thomas' court. The matter will be lieaid tomorrow. AUTO CLUB MEETING Tlio Globe Automobile &. Good Hoads association will meet in the ofiice of George II. Smalloy, clerk of tho district court, to night. Matters pertaining to speed and road regulations in this city, will come up forNdiscussion and a full attendance is desired. HOTEL ARRIVALS L. II. Long, Tucson; .T. T. Hariington, Lost Gulch; W. V.. I'erner, Sin l'rancisco; W. II. Grider, Waco; Charles Ayer, Arew Yolk; h M. Weaver, S.m Cailos; J. V. Mo dule, TuVsoii; H. X. C'huly and wife, MilwduKeo; Mrs. Thomas Sorm, Tucson. literature and data from Anzona ali.Vd at many thousands of dollars, at no lit tlo cost to him. The doctor ciuno hero fiom Willcov, where ho has been visit ing his brother for somo time.- DR. LACEY HERE Dr. Lacoy, who has ii:.itieod in the valley foi many veais and who has contemplated open ing olhccs in tins city tor seeial months, lias seemed ofliccs m the Sul tan building and will make his head quaiters in this city in the futu're. Dr. Lain has many friends heie who will weliome him to this city. EEBIOVE- WIRES Tho linemen of the Consolidated Telephone company busied themselves jestcrday b- lcmov ing ninny of the overhead telephone wnes from Bioad street. Eventuallj' nil of the phone wneg along this stieet will be lemoved and connections made from cables in tho ullcjs. This improve ment will not onlj' beautifj Bioad street, but will obviate a considerable amount of lino tioublo which has in terfered with phono service in the past. DR. MUNK HERE Dr. .T. A. Munk, the noted historian' ot Eos Angeles, who has the best collection oP Arizona lit erature in existence, arrived horo Sun dnj night, for his first visit in this city. Dr. Munk, during tho past sev einl j cars, has secured a collection of FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD At a well attended meeting of tho Prater rial -Brotherhood, Saturday night, eight new members wero initiated and seven applications were accepted. Weekly meetings will bo continued and on Ap ril 30 a benefit ball will be gien at Dreamland, which promises to be well attended. The following new members have been voted in: P. II. Brouillet, Pay E. Iliatt, Henry If. Peck, L. E. Biand, Bertha A. Maurel, Richard W. Giabe and Alfred Teinbj-. WRESTLING CONTEST The sport ing element of this city will have an oppoitunitj' to witness what should be a good wrestling card at Dreamland Pridaj night, when Al Christensen will take on thiec local mat artists in suc cession. Mart Owens and A. 11. Berij will lcpresent Globe and a dark hoise from Miami will bo the thiid man to test Christensen 's prowes. Christen sen, who has something of a recoid both as !i boxei and a wrestler, will gie a jui jit'u exhibition, in connec tion with the wrestling matches. Ladies will bo admitted free and (he management promises that there will be nothing offensive m the exhibition. Money to Loan Bairels of Escrow Money to Loan on Real Estate and A-l Securities. See us if j-ou want Tire Insurance that ln- smes. The Globo Bank and Savings Co. Send some of tlio Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abioad. A few feft at tho low price of 25 cents each. All accounts duo Slmto & Higdon that are not settled on or before April 15, 1010, will bo placed in tho hands of our attoincj- for collection. Prompt relief in ail cases or throat and lung trouble if j'ou nso Chamber lain's Couch Iloiuedj'. Pleasant to tako, soothing and healing in effect. Sold bj all diuggists. Send somo of tho Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Bolt to your friends abroad. A few loft at tho low price of 25 Vents each. McElroj for wall paper. - - $100,000.00 - - 60,000.00 Savings Department in Connection. 4 per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts. Foreign Exchange at lowest rates. Safety deposit boxes absolutely fire proof. The Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. SSi C. E. MILLS, President L. D. RICKETTS, Vice Prest. DIRECTORS n. L. VAN GORDER, Cashier GEO. A. OLNEY :WALTER DOUGLAS R. B. HEGARDT New Busniess Invited. T. A. PASCOE. Vice Prest. E. M. IIURD, Local Manager A. T. THOMSON The First National Bank DIKECTOKS J. N. PORTER HARRY SULTAN W. D. FISK P, P. GREER A. W. CRAWFORD L.'E. WIGHTMAN J. N. ROBINSON OF GLOBE Capital Surplus $100,000 $100,000 United States, Territorial, County and City Depositary OFMCERS J. N. PORTER, Prest. P. P. GREER, V. Prest. J. N. ROBINSON, Cashier. A. J. McKINNON, Asst. Cashier. G C. SIMMONS, Asst. Cashier. J. T. BROWN, Asst. Casnier. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Dr. Lord has opened dental parlors in tho new Sultan block, second floor. Rooms 3 and 4. Phono Main 1G. PROFESSIONAL NURSE 231 East Svcamoro; terms reasona ble; best references. Seo McElroy for Paints and Oils. Your tongue is coated. Your brcith is foul. Headaches como and go. These sj'iuptoms show that j-our stom nch is the trouble. To remove tho cause is tlio first thing, and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will do tint. Easy to tako and most effective, hold by all druggists. Everj family, and cspcciallv- those who resido in the countrj', should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment. Thcio is no telling when it maj- bo wanted in case of an accident or cniergcncj-. It is most Oieellent in all cases ot rheumatism, sprains and bruises. Sold bj" all druggists. I have taken tliaige of tho Ameri can Shoo Shop, on Bailej' street. First class work guaranteed. JQIIN CAROLAN. See tho beautiful now Kimball Pi ano we are giving awaj- TREE On ex hibition in our store. Sultan Brothers. RETURNED Dr. M. D. Thomas, Arizona's old re liable optician, ofiieo at 599 North Broad street, next door to Shute's old corral. Telephone 372 and I will call at j-our house without extra charge. Ail woik guaranteed. Ofiieo hours irom 2 to 5 p. m. CLEANING and DYEING Tho ladj- or gentleman who has anj" Kind of a garment that is "mussed" or soiled, will derive much (satisfaction bj' letting us send for it and "making it look like new again." This sounds like an empty boast, but j-ou'll find it is not if jou give us a singlo trial. We aro ex perts at this business and if the gar ment bo too soiled to clean, we dye it anj' shade at a reasonable price. If it's in the fabric we'll restoro it. K.K.OG.k Dye Works Walter & Griffith The Tailors TEL. MAIN 231 385 N. BROAD NOTICE Second annual meeting of tho stock holders Arizona Co operative Mercan tile Co., Tuesday, April 19, 1910, at 2 p. m., at Fashion Hall. Globe, Arizona, April 9th, 1910. SIMON KINSMAN, See. Treas. See tho beautiful new Kimball Pi ano we are giving away FREE. On ex hibition in our store. Sultan Brothers. The Only Exclusive Merchant Tailor in Globe NAT KOHN 471 North Broad St. Wo havo the finest line of latest patterns to select fiom ever hhovvn in Globe. A fit in every case is guaranteed and every garment is made In experienced workmen 111 our own shops. Don't make anv mistake; come to tho right store and leave j-our orders. NAT KOHN 471 North Broad St.