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THE DAMl EBLBELT. Paje Elgin Sunday, May 15, 1910. j. FRE Try Any ,. Variety of If not satisfied as to quality, come to us and money will be refunded. . " "YOU CANNOT BETTER THE BEST" SOLWICO GOODS i The First National Bank A HAPPY FATHER Is soon turned to a sad one if he has to walk the floor every night with a crying baby. McGce's Baby Elixir will make tho child well, soothe its nerves, induce healthy, normal slumber. Best for disordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies need it. Pleasant to take, sure, and safe, con tains no harmful drugs. Price 25 nnd 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. The Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. ffi - - $100,000.00 - - 60,000.00 DIRECTORS J. N. PORTER HARRY SULTAN W. D. FISK P. P. GREER J. D. COPLEN ,L. E..WIGHTMAN J. N. ROBINSON OF GLOBE OFFICERS J. N. PORTER, Prest. P. P. GREER, V. Prest. .1. N. ROBINSON. Cashier. Savings Department in Connection. 4 per cent interest paid on Sayings Accounts. Foreign Exchange at lowest rates. Satety deposit boxes absolutely nre proof. C. E. MILLS, President L. D. RICKETTS, Vice Prest. T. A. PASCOE, Vice Prest. Capital $100,000 A J McKINNON, Asst. Cashiar. DIRECTORS H. L. VAN GORDEK, Uasaier GEO. A. OLNEY K. M. liUKU, Local Manager nrrtliic S1 CC AAH n c- SIMMONS, Asst. Cashier. TJUrpiUS . J1UU,UUU .i T. BROWN, Asst. Cashier. United states, Territorial, County amd City Sepoiltary : WALTER DOUGLAS K. IS. ttZVAKUT New Busniess Invited. A. T. THOMSON isiey CLOTHES FOR CRITICAL MEN We aim to satisfy tho men with particular tasto, tho man who wants the best his money will buy. Wo make our clothes at home. They aro made by hand, made to fit, stylish and to keep shapo as long as thoy last. Prices $22.00 and up. All suits for $30.00 or up are made strictly by hand. Wo guarantee a fit or re fund your money. In connection we have the only steam cleaning plant in Arizona. If you aro a particular man, come hore. We can surely please you. K.O.K0.& Dye Works Walter & Griffith' The Tailors t TEL. MAIN 234 385 N. BROAD BRIEF LOCAL NOTES MTJSIO 0:30 to 8:30 tonight, at Max son 's. LOST White English bulldog. Re ward. Ralph Martin; care Silver Belt. FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH, IS LUCK DAY A HttleTson arrived at tho liomo of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKinnon last Friday, May 13. CASE GOES OVER The examina tion of Joo Sabourin, charged with ut tering threats against Miss Hollo Mitch oil, was yesterday continued until Mon day, whon tho matter will be taken up by Judge Hinson Thomas. WILL VISIT OKLAHOMA G. W, Reed, tho well known Arizona-Eastern MONEY That's what you save on any thing you may need in tho fol lowing lines: r Ladies' and children's hose. Baby shoes and moccasins Laco and cmbroidory. Notions of all kinds. Tinware, enamoled ware, glass ware, wooden ware, china ware, earthenware and one thousand other articles you would find very useful in tho home at The Globe Bargain House and 5 & 10c Store NOTICE Globe, Ariz., May 14, 1910. A special meeting of stockholders of the Arizoila Co-Onerativo Mercantile company will ho held at tho company store Wednesday, May 18. at 7:30 p. m, Important business. SIMON KINSMAN, Secretary-Treasurer, HOME AGAIN Dr. Holcombo returned last night and will be in his office again on Monday NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Dr. Lord has opened dental parlors in the new Sultan block, second iloor, Rooms 3 and 4. Phono Main 16. conductor, will leave this morning for Oklahoma, nhero ho will spend the next thirty dnys. Mr. Roid will visit rela tives and attend a convention of the old settlers, while in Oklahoma. Dick Flood will take Mr. Reed's run on the valley line during his absence. SCHASSE FUNERAL Funeral tor vices were held yesterday a'ftornoon over the romains of Charles H. Schas se, better known as "Armey," who died a fow days ago after a lengthy ill ness. Services wore conducted under tho auspices of the Knights of tho Royal Arch. Mound City Paints are better. Whal ley Lumber Co. ' Tho silk from tho spider is lighter and stronger than that from tho silkworm. Anderson Candy Co. SPECIAL MENU TODAY ICE CREAM Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Pineapple Sherbet CRUSHED FRUITS Strawberry Pineapple Raspberry Orango Tutti-Frutti NOTICE practicaTtailoring LADIES' AND GENTS' GAR MENTS ALTERED TO FIT. CLEANING, PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. ALL WORK GUAR ANTEED. B. K. SNOWSKI GLOBE OFFICE BLDG. REAR OF 'NAQUIN'S SUNDAES Strawberry Raspberry Orango Maple, Nut Tuttt-Frutti Chop Suey Peach Chocolate SPECIALS Pineapple Sherbet Home Made Cake Strawberries and Cream Fresh Bujftermilk Ice Cream Bricks Pint Brick 40c; Quart Brick 75c. Take one home. Watch Repairing Good honest work at low est prices. All work guar anteed. Carl E. Stokoe Practical Watchmaker WITH Mindlin Jewelry Co. Railroad and fine watches a specialty -v The Home of the Distinctive Dresser Like style and individuality in distinctive garments that have all the lit tle personal touches supplied by tho handicraft of experts Like all the permanent serviceability and economy afforded by an all-wool suit, built in the latest modo, in the newest and most attractive patterns such are the famous "KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES" from 15.00 to $35.00 G. and M. Means Gantner & Mattern, and Stanls lor all that is best in undercloth ing. These garments are the coolest for summer wear and may be found here in all tho latest shades, white predominating. They are artistically made up from linen mesh, Egyptian cotton, Sea Island thread, and tho athletic cut adds to their comfort and serviceability. They are popularly priced QLA tf at per garment from $1.00 to HlHr.UU OXFORDS THAT GRACE THE FEET Howard & Foster and Boyden Oxfords in gun metal, patents, tans, kids and browns in the season's most approved lasts. The stylish creations for the well appearing wearer. $3.50 to $6.50 SEASON'S LATEST IN STRAWS AND 'PANAMAS One of the most complete showings of Straws and Panamas ever of fered to tho Globe public. Drop in and look them over. Straws, both soft and stiff shapes, $1.50 to $4.00. Panamas of wide variety from $3.00 to $15.00. THE GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT IN THE TAILORING ART If you like snap and vim a-plenty in clothes that drape your figure why, look further than those that come from the famous "Houbo of Kuppcnheimcr. " THE HUB MARCUS LANTIN CLOTH I E1R ft Mi WmMmi . ipi if ill Iff tm U im I ; I I . "-' -; i- J ' !' few S a h uy -A' mi ''- vV'irSt lKt;:i r;';!,-tt : .-J 1 Jmmt m- ww& f -a v $ 1 I II r ft -wS 1 1 tjtm'MbM J m Another Peerless Sale at BROWN'S ONE THAT EXCELS ANY PREVIOUS UNDERTAKING Tomorrow marks the commencing of another ueerless sellincr event at this uomilar tradincr center one that will in everv resiDect outdo all our lDrevious efforts toward placing before the public peerless merchandise at "such ridiculously low prices one that will long be remembered as the oneJ peerless selling event of the, southwest. Immediatey upon entering our SLTLLINERY DEPARTMENT the visitor will be impressed witli the exclusivenesg of the designs and astonished at the daring with which we have handled the pencil in marking the selling price; Thee new styles embracing a particularly brilliant line or original ideas and quality is a special feature ot every ottering. We never before offered such matchless opportunities in seasonable millinery at the prices quoted below. If we have never offered them you can rest assured, that ther have never before been offered anywhere. Study the stylish materials, the perfect workmanship, the chic and daintiness of these goods. Then note the wonder fully low prices. You will readily see why this store does such a gigantic business. The strictest attention is given to selecting shapes becoming the face. In the suit department these same matchless bargains will be found durnig this peerless selling event. New goods that arrived during the latter part of last week wilKbe ready for your inspection and will be marked in the same reduced manner. The tub suits have .received a se vere cut. All departments have received our attention for- this peerless selling event and you will be ' able to profit greatly by attending this THE G&EAT PEERLESS SELLING EVENT. MILLINERY We are determined to sell every hat in this depart ment if good material and1 low prices will do it. You will find here creations of the very latest fashion plates and they have been marked so ridiculously low that you cannot help but buv. BROWN'S. The hats in the millinery department have been divided into two lots for the customer's convenience in buying. Hats that formerly tt!A ftrt sold for $C50, $S.50, $10.00 and $12.50 wo aro going to offer atTTiUU Any hat in the house that wo formerly got up to $30.00 for, flJC "7C you can take awny at this sale at the exceedingly low price of )Q I w BROWN'S. 20 Discount on These Goods SKIRTS We are going to make a straight 20 per cent cut on our former prices on every skirt in the house. Do you know Avhat this means? It means that you can buy a skirt that formerly cost $5.00 for $4.00, one that cost .$10.00 for $8.00, and so on. We have them that run as high as $25.00 and as low as "$5.00, all going at a TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT. BROWN'S. TUB SUITS Our beautiful line of tub suits that run in price from $5.00 to $40.00 will be reduced just 20 per cent for this great sale. PARTY GOWNS These elegant gowns we wero formerly getting from $18 to $125.00 for will receive tho same cut of 20 per cent. BROWN'S. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES, FOR MEN . D6n't mistake about this brand of clothing. It is recognized the world over as being all that one could wish in style, perfection of make, fit and material. These clothes cost no more than inferior make's, as 3rou will note when we tell you that they are priced at from- $16.00 to $40.00 STRAW HATS AND PANAMAS The most beautiful showing of straws and Panamas in the city and a wide scope in price. Come in and look them over. 25c to $10.00 UNDERWEAR We have a compete showing of two-piece suits, union suits, and athletic suits' (no more elegant showing of summer fabrics in Globe) at, the suit $1.00 to $7.50 ..- . The popular Kayser Knit Underwear for the ladies. OXFORDS Such popular makes as Edwin Clapp, Plorsheim, Walk-Over, Dorothy Dodd and Ilannan, that are con servatively priced at from $3.50 to $7.50 HAIR GOODS Don't overlook our hair goods department, where you will find an extensive line of hair goods and face creams. We have the finest appointed hair dressing, massaging and manicuring parlors in the southwest. BROWN'S. r THpIr LV v. , J O -7 J! "' J' s V'-w 0W:WWAt ys'M fCu iff- .1 A te 'i w s ' vjy y t. J.