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GOOD GOODS EARLY SHOWING OF Fall Dress Goods gTT It's none to early to be m. thinking of what you will __ have for a new dress. Whether it’s something for tU street or dress wear you will gTT have no trouble in making a selection if you come here. __ Like all prices at this store g they are whittled down un til they are easy. See the “New Dare’’ Cloth double width —at 25c yard See the big line at 50c Others at 65c — 75c — 85c —up Butterick Patterns The Mesa Dry Goods Co. l Groves & Smith ; ? e • (Successors to) ] Van, The Cycle Man jj Are now located at 440 Main Street in the old ACKERMAN BUILDING 1 They have the largest Repair Establishment in the city. 1 L First class workmen—large and complete stock 1 “Little Tourist” Village SCHOOL SHOE AT THE Colorado Shoe Store GUARANTEED This is a shoe for boys and girls and will compare with any school shoe made. Try a pair. Its worth is guaranteed by us to be the best I 3 t ■ Colorado Shoe Store D. K. TORRANCE, Proprietor aDo You Live On a p Ranch It is Just like living In town —IF you have a TELEPHONE, q The Tele phone annihilates distance and takes away the loneliness of country life. « It forecasts the weather, reports the markets, sells your produce, and. best of all. It acts quickly In emer gencies. THE COLORADO TELEPHONE COMPANY n SPALLONE & GftASSO CIG O a CONTRACTODS Ghance mason and stone cutte^s of to. lew. „ BOOK CLIFF STONE VtT 8 your Gran<l valley P r °P- Calif EVe two tru Tt ranches in N’eb ° r J la ' farma In lowa, Missouri. FOUNDATIONS - nr ra f,’ Tennessee, Ore- ... r If v ’ ‘ Da kota and elsewhere cnir, 01 . Want to chan ge your location BUILDINGS ln STRENGTH T- , WORKMANSHIP « OIIIISOII DURABILITY (Sr frl q enn fi ß u..» »•«* Cu » r -" tM ' d W V-g Residence, 924 N. Ist St. Grand Jot. Jas. Tanner Elected Commander rSpecial to The Sentinel.] Denver. Sept. B.—Corporal James l.iiiii-T. o I New York, was elected I commander-Itf-chief or the Grand | Army, on the first ballot tills morn ing. The vote stood as follows: Tanner. 4 51; Brown, 189; Pear sons. 43; Stone. 15. This is the last i day of the national encampment and I the rush lias now begun of thOOS&nds -of visitors for out going trains. Min i neapolis secured the next encamp ment. Mill wan kee and Dallas. Texas were nl«> nominated tor the honor. [ For the latter city, John A. Ewton mndo a ringing speech, saying that j the Union soldiers should go Into “the enemy's country and drink out of the same canteen with the Jonny I Rebs,” but Minneapolis got it on a rising vote. A Ney York man mov ed a vote of thanks to Dallas for the ! offer of her hospitality. Utah Smelter Destroyed [Special to The Sentinel.] Denver, Sept. B.'—The llf Smelter, at Utah Junction in this city, the property of the American Zinc and Commercial company, was burned this morning at three o’clock. The loss Is about $75,000, three big i buildings being destroyed. Seventy five employes are thrown oubof work by the destruction of the plant. Violent Earthquake Knlenzero. Province of Calabria. : Italy, Sept. 8. —A vlo.ent earthquake! at 2:55 o’clock this morning, caused serious loss of life and widespread destruction at Calabria. The towns , of Tizzo, Monteleone, De Calagria and ; Mnrtiereno, wore almost entirely des troyed. At Monteleone and Do Cal abria seven persons were killed and many injured ln the collapse of the prison. The houses at Slaconatn were wrecked by the earthquake. it is feared that hundreds of people are burled in the ruins. Gift To the State Concord, X. H., Sept. s. At n i I meeting of the governor nd the roun y ell of this city, Governor McLain formally announced to the council ?! the gift to the state, by the Japanese plenipotentares of SIO,OOO to be di-! , j vided among the charities of New ! « Hampshire. Missionaries Safe I New York, Sept. B.—At the vnr | lous boards of foreign missions in x tills citj . no apprehension is express -7; ed for the safety of the missionaries I jin Tokio during the riots there. AJ I special correspondent, who Ims re turned to this city from the peace “|! conference expressed no surprise at the attack upon Marquis lto. "There was no reason for the attack on E. 11. Marrlman.” said the Japanese cor respondent, "all Japanese admire an American and at this time especially does Japan feel grateful to America for bringing about the end of the lend of the war.” CLASSIFIEDJOLUMN FOR SALE—One fine Durham milch ! cow. Apply at 505 Pitkin. j FOR SALE—A good surrey. Apply to Robinson, corner 12th and Rood. WANTED—A few second hand bicy cles. Grlflln’a. Van’s old cycle stand. FOR KENT —One 4-room and one I 7-room house. Geo. Smith, 357 Main street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply to 202 1 Chlpeta street. WANTED—A girl for general house j work. Apply to Mrs. D. M. Arm-1 ! strong, 22 L Chlpeta. FOR SALE—Afive-room house, lot and a half, modern, good location. Apply 218 Ouray. Cheap. FOR SALE -Almost new saddle and bridle, first cost $50.00, will sell for $30.00. Inquire here. FOR SALE —Good team, harness, lumber wagon and spring wagon Apply at the Western hotel. WANTED —A good girl to assist with housework. Apply to Mrs. Anna j R. Collins, 139 North Eighth St. MUSIC—Miss Della Lumsden will take a limited number of pupils on • the piano. Inquire 525 Chlpeta. I WANTED —A competent girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. j. w. Brainard, CO5 North Seventh street. : FOUND—Pair of spectacles in case , dark glasses. Owner can have I same by paying for this adv. and ) applying here. LOST Saturday noon an Axminster rug 9x12 between G. V. Bank and 1019 White. Finder please return C to John Vaughn, 1019 Whte and receive reward. ! XO-bZC-O-O-G- XXXXQJXC-Q If you want the best, take A your Kodak developing and A J \ printing to Aj \ A' DEAN & FORKY. y on North Fifth street. A new' A 5 stock of films Just received. A £ AAA AA AAA AAAA A A A A J SEE OUR wJKy SB $3.50 'll W® SCHOOL *( SUITS Retler School Suits were never built and we guarantee every one of them to do all that's required of them The School Boy Must (let Busy The average boy will come back sound in mind and limb, but his clothes will be much worse for wear q We’re Ready for the School Boys C] We’ve a splendid line of excellent school suits made to our special order at a very moderate price THE FAMOUS REED BLOCK - Outfitters to Men and Boys MAIN STREET DAVIES, THE PAINT MAN. , * ‘ SIGNS FULL LINE OF HIGH GRADE WALL PAPER Don't Forget the Place—32l Main St. Phone 673 BlacK, We have for Exchange desirable OKLAHOMA CITY PROPERTY for an Improved Grand Valley Fruit Farm. FOR RENT A 5-ROOM HOUSE ON ROOD AVE. Horace T. OsLong, 553 Main St. Established March 8, 1886. "mainT 7“^ Phone Red Kill If Your Clothes J@ \ Come from Us £/ THEY’LL BE RIGHT Are you on the fence like many other men—don’t know MgtiStt whether you’ll buy a made-to-order or ready-made suit ? Many MSSm a man has been bothered the same way until he came here and Jw H had his mind relieved. <J Our Suits bear all the earmarks of HB made-to-order garments, and they cost about one-half less YOUR FALL SUIT, SELECT IT NOW FALL SHIRTS THE FALL KINKS Our new fall line of Shirts are now ready for I your selections Longer Coats-wider coi.ars and lapel.-more full- Up-to-the-minute and pattern,-jjreat ness than ever in the chest—Trousers fuller in such qualties as we show have heretofore cost knees and front and less on the sides vests cut your more money slightly lower. Soft, Pleated and Stiff Fronts—attached and detached cuffs About the Fabrics—The richest and most gentle- .. . . . manly patterns that have yet offered in ready-for- i ALL# li/\ I service garments. We’ve the new blocks in Stiff and Soft shapes, _ ... . e* .. u t-_ and our hats at any given price, are the best Cassimeres, Worsteds, Scotch Cheviots, Hats we know anything about. We can fit These woolens come in plain colors, neat ones, your face, fancy and purse plaids and modest broken stripes ■ ■ "REX” $3.50 |J - Step in a moment and see what the new season has “ANNEX” $3 00 ll(llS brought forth "MARS” ?2 50 ALSO STETSONS We’ve everything a Man, Boy or Little Man wears; most complete in every depart ment. There’s great comfort in our prices. °"*Sr To RED TRUNK s,^r —Judge Charles F. Caswell left last night for Colorado Springs on a business trip. He will return Tues day. —H. E. Dean, of Great Bend. Kan . a brother of Photographer Dean, ac t-oinpanied by his wife and daughter, en route to Portland and the roast are among the pleasant visitors to their relatives in this city. Mr. Dean is one of the aldernianic board of the city In which he lives. —Mrs. Daniell Quinn, of Salt Lake City, is Inthe city for a visit with iter daughter. Mrs. T. J. Dunning who resides at G 35 White avenue. Mrs. Quinn formerly resided in Grand Junction and has many ac quaintances among the older real don,B - , I —Bart Isemlnger, of the firm of Patrick & Iseminger and Deputy As sessor, Russel Johnson, were in their right and normal senses tills morn ing. but they say that, while stand ing in front of the court house at eight o'clock they saw the fail »»f a meteor, the most brilliant that either of them had ever seen. It was full daylight, but the copper-colored trail of fire that followed in the wake of of the meteror was most, brilliant, it fell to the north and east, right directly over the store of the Fair. According to their story it was about as large as a bucket to their view and it was a fiery mass of copper-colored light. Both gentlemen are well known and they could hardly have been mistaken in what they saw. ‘but it is to be confessed that the meteor must have been of unusual brilliancy and size to make Its light apparent in broad daylight. —F. 11. Newell, chief engineer of tlio reclamation service is back in Washington and the Denver Republi can of yesterday contains an inter view with him upon the features of the reclamation work which is going ou in western America. Considerable space Is occupied in reporting Mr. Newell upon what is known sis the Grand River project. He says that the people of Grand Junction and of Grand valley will have to wait now. as there is no money available. But the important part of the statement is that the Grand River project would have been selected before the Un compahgre. had not the people of this valley thought that they could do the work cheaper under the bonding system. It is hard to understand the intent or Mr. Newell's claim. He per fectly understood that at any tint* that the government would intimate that they would even look with favor on the Grand River project that, the private scheme would be abandoned instant or. He was apprised of this rendition of tilings many times, right here in tills city and it is not under standable that he takes the position he does. It is n well known fact that Mr. Fellows, chief of the lt>dro graphie department of the govern ment spared no pains to secure the building of the Gunnison project and there seemed to be no other unde. i oasideration save that. MARTIAL LAW DECLARED. [Special to The Sentinel.] Cobe, Japan, Sept. S.- Martial law • has been declared In Tokio. The dis turbances continue but the author ities declare that they now cotrol the sltuat lou. Cause Of Insomania. Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less and is often the cause of insomnnia. Many cases have been permanently cured by Chnmberlaln’s Stomach and Livet , I tablets. For sale by all druggists. David Peters. timer Ellis. a David Peters Proprietors of GRAND JUNCTION BEER HALL AND BOTTLING WORKS no. m • Colorado Ave. Bottlers of VAL BLATZ Celebrated Milwaukee Beer or GOGRS GOLDEN Family Trade Solicited Grand Junction, Colo MONEY TO LOAN. Any amount loaned on Chattel Secur ity. We also loam salaried people on plain note, without security. Office over Union Trust & Bunking Co. J. H. Eigen & couany. L. P. INGEBSOLL. Physician anil Surgeon. Surgeon for Colorado Midland. D. & It. G. and Rio Grande Western. Office. 134 Black; Res., 136 Black. T. C. BICIITEL, Physician and Surgeon. Office: Canon Block; Phone, Junc tion 194-2. Residence: 430 Grand Ave.; Phone. Junction 194-3. 11. R. BULL, PhjNiNno «V»d Surgeon. Surgeon ror D. & R. (}. and Rio Grande Western. Office: Rooms 6 and 7, Canon Block. Residence: First and White. Telephones: Office, Junction 101; Residen'co, Mesa 101. \ S. JOHNSON, Osteopathic I’hy.sician. Office, 62 8 Main street. Office hours, 9 a.iu. to 0 p.m. Phone, 1316 Rod. Residence, 133 Grand avenue. I’hone, Black 562. ABSTRACTS! PROMPT CAREFUL RELIABLE RESPONSIBLE We have the reputation of doing the best abstract work in the state of Colorado. The Mesa County Abstract Co. 589 Main St., Grand Junction, Colo.