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Don’t you Know That when you pay CASH that you are not==- HELPING to keep np an expensive set of books. HELPING to pay for Accounts that are uncollectable. HELPING to pay the Interest on Thousands of Dollars of outstand ing Accounts. ..Bailey’s Cash Store.. Junction 208 . Odd Fellows Building ORCHARD MESA LAND WILL BRING AS HIGH PRICES AS THE BEST IN PALISADE DISTRICT WITHIN FIVE YEARS. Prices will advance* 1U() per cent within TWELVIi MONTHS. Why not own an ORCHARD HOME? Orchard Mesa offers the best opportunities of any land in the valley. The best soil, the best roads. No seepage, no alkali, no adobe. The ideal place to live. We offer 10 acres, 1% miles from the city, all set to trees for $3,200. 10 acres bearing orchard; fine location; good improvements (all new); 0-rooin house, barn, packing house, cellar and cistern. Three crops will pay for this beautiful home. Price $0,850. Easy terms. 29 acres 2 miles from the city; fine, level land; for only $2OO per acre. 0. G. COEN & COMPANY. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. j * AI Keep Up Y° ur Good Habit!!! r gkO *nd go to J 1 1 kfiK' (iTNAJ C. H KRAMER * | '/ian (/ 637 Main, or phone Junction 198, for £ tJwjf f\l your breakfast or dinner, for Choice t f ‘ r ! Meats of all kinds, Fish, Oysters, Salt ♦ Mackerel, Salmon and good Eggs. 2 Try our Pig Pork Sausage —seasoned I j j Don’t bark at Kramer’s. <► < DR ROBERT W. HALL Dentist Suite 1, 2 and 3 Reed Block Phone Junction 2-44 I i II DR F N. STILES Practice Limited to Diseases of - Bye, Ear. Nose and Throat i \ ■Ti* .Qqrrie Block. Grand Junction > I > 1 DREW & FISK Veterinary Surgeons and Dentists x Graduates Ontario Vet. College | | Hospital, r*4 4 Colorado’Avenue Phone Red ITSI ■ stefhen^geness.md" Office. lO'o Sentinel Building Telephones Office. Junction 384; residence, ask central. ( i t » • Dr. Daisy VI Morelork-Spencer Dr. Isabelle Morelock MORELOCK & SPENCER Osteopaths Specialists in j Women's and Children's Diseases Office* hours: 9 to 12 a.in.; 1 to 6p m 418 North Seventh St. Phone Junction SG. < DR. K A HELGESON Diseases of Infants and Children Office: 1 and 2 Margery Bldg. Phones: Office. Red 4221; resi dence. Red 4 222. DR. H. R PALMER l,nte Surgeon to Wesley a u Hos pital, Lincoln. Neb. I Special Attention to Diseases of ! Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat and General Surgery Office over Schmidt's Hardware Store. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Phone 1334 Black. Residence. ' 737 Hill nve.: phone Red 744. 1— 1 • DR N. DYMENBERG Physician and Surgeon, At Dvithtiberg Hospital lletw,M?n 7tli and Bth on Main. i, i *4 J B BOYER I ARCHITECT. JL C. A. I. A. I Rooms 229-230 Fair Building I Phone Junction 65 I ' < Sentinel want ads Urtng resets. Stock and Hay Ranch 480 Acres in Plateau Valley to trade for GRAND VALLEY RANCH 100 acres in Hay. Good Water Right. TheCaldwell-WalkerCo. 438 Main Street Ca / /£- shoes^T 436 Main St. GEO. A. CURRIE & SON , REAL ESTATE, LOANS, 1 INSURANCE AND RENTALS. 11l South Fifth Street. Printed linoleum, 56c; inlaid lin oleum. $1.25; Swastika Malleable range, bear made, blue steel, double steel walls, asbestos between. $4 0. Full slaw? roll top desk. $22.40 4-ft. top desk. $l4; genuine Navajo rugs, small size, $6: large size, 4x7, $lO. Crown Furniture Co.. 330 to 340 Main. I ( Taxpayers, Take Notice! All those who HAVK NOT listed their property for 1 1KM) should call ui file Assessor’s office anil do so at once aud save penalty. N. N. SMITH, Assessor. I When looking for wedding gifte don’t forget the new jewelry store ut 551 Main. All new goods and abso lutely reliable.—Blackstone Jewelrj Co.. 551 Main. Trobitz & Witcher, practical plum bers. 122 North Fifth. Plumbing and hot water heating. 1 Our garden hose prices beats al! ■ competitors. See McKenzie, 64f Colorado avenue. THE DAILY SENTINEL, GRAND JUNCTION. rnT.nRATin BAD RUNAWAY IN CITY TODAY * Woman and Child Thrown From a Wagon When Frightened Team Collides With Their Vehicle. SOUTH SECOND STREET IS SCENE J An epidemic of runaways, serious land otherwise, seems to have struck 'this city of late. This morning on ,;| South Second street an express wagon ,j team became unmanageable and run ning up Second street smashed into, a vegetable wagon in which were aj ; lady and a young boy. The frightened horses were run ning at great speed and struck the j : vegetable wagon with such force that both of the occupants were thrown! i to the ground and as an illustration' of how badly mixed up the two out fits were, a spectator of the occur rence stated, that when the strug i ' gling horsps were quieted, one of the . express horses had both his fore feet ' in the bed of the vegetable wagon and the other horse was entangled in I the gear and harness. A street car conductor stopped his ! car and ran to the rescue of the vvo j man and boy who stood a good chance of being killed had they not been dragged clear of the mixup. j The boy was badly stunned by the fall and was carried into the Second 1 I street branch of the C. D. Smith Drug j Co., where the manager, Mr. Neeb, 1 rendered assistance to the woman and boy who had received a terrific shock and both had been painfully; cut and bruised. | The express wagon team was over 11 powered and held but the horse 1 hitched to the vegetable wagon sue- 1 > ceeded In breaking away in the, ' j scramble and ran several blocks far- 1 ! ther before he was stopped. The harness on both teams were j ' torn- to strips and both wagons suf-, j fered much damage but it is consid ered fortunate in view of the circum-| stances surrounding the accident that none of the participants were killed, i and it was only by quick and determ- | ined action on the part of the car conductor and others that the in juries of the woman and boy were not | more serious. The woman and her child suffered 1 considerable pain and it will be sev eral days before they completely re cover from the shock. They reside ' in the country. The runaway accident caused much excitement. CUMMINS MAY COME. There is a strong probability • that Grand Junction will have • the pleasure of entertaining • United States Senator Albert E. • (Timmins of lowa here on lowa • day. when all the former rowans • in tills valley gather in their « annual reunion. • Those in charge of the pro- • gram for the big celebration are • making every effort to get Sena- • tor Cummins to be the guest of • honor on that day; and. as he • goes through the west about An- « gust l, higli hopes of securing « ’ him are entertained. « A visit from Senator Cummins • 1 would be a great feature for the • * lowa day celebration here. « • * Mrs. W. E. Beveier returned yes- & terday from Abderdeen. Washington. * where she has been for the pasi ' month attending at the bedside of 1 her grandson. William G. Connelly,!. Jr., formerly a resident of this city and sou of \V G. Connelly, formerly editor of the old Star-Times or this, city. Mrs. Beveier reports her grand son doing as well as might be ex- ; pected. when no hopes for his re-! coverj from the terrible accident which befell him. were held out to i her when she left this city to go to;, him His stomach was crushed, the appendix cut in two and he was otherwise injured internally. Mrs. Beveier secured the best medical at- j tention that could be afforded at j * Spokane and everything possible to human skill was done to save Willie | , Connelly’s life. She has hopes of his recovery, the entire hospital staff 1 giving her this hope when she left ; there a few days ago. Do you know that the Grand vallov | apple crop this year will be large! enough to give about four and a half , apples to every man. woman and i child in the United States. The osti- | mates are about 4.920.000 bushels. If they run 100 to the bushel there j will be 492.000.000 apples in this : year s crop and that means at least ' four and one-half apples to every | person in the domain of Uncle Sam. They are the beat apples grown. Glen wood Avalanche. Mrs. Mary H. Massey returned home yesterday from Colorado Springs where she went some weeks a K° * • make an effort to secure her children who are being held against her wishes by relatives of her late lnisbund. Mrs. Massey did not suc ceed in getting the children at this time. She has been seriously ill since going to Colorndo Springs. She left this morning for her ranch near \V hitewater. -Monday was the last day for reg istration for the municipal election July 6 in Colorado Springs and there are 12.953 nnraes. the largest nura- , l»er in the history of Colorado Springs j on tlie books. Owing to the promi- j nenco of the candidates for mayor I i and oouncilmen, intense Interest is manifested and a heavy vote is ex- i pected. All lowans are requested to attend meeting at Chamber of Commerce room Thursday evening at 8 o’clock t • make arrangements for annual picnic. . A. J. Hornbook is a prospective real estate buyer in the valley today from Cedar Rapids. lowa. Mr. Horn- , book is one of the leading business men of that city and a man of con siderable means WANTS TO KNOW HOW IT’S DONE A Most Interesting Letter Received by Secretary Mahoney From One of lowa's Best Known Editors. THINKS SMUDGING WONDERFUL This morning Secretary Mahoney, of the Chamber of Commerce, receiv ed a letter from the editor of one of j the newspapers in Davenport. lowa, 1 seeking information about smudge I pots. He had seen a writeup of the smudging campaign carried on here I in one of the Chicago pupers and hav- i ing never heard of smudging before ! (he editor determined to get a lot of : data about smudging, hence he has I written Secretary Mahoney. The editor will receive the desired InTor- ! mat ion at once. The letter is from B. F. Tilling- I host, editor of the Davenport L»emo < rat and Leader, one of the oldest! and best known papers in lowa. It is' a mosl interesting letter and is as follows: Davenport. la.. June 27. Mr. Thomas F. Mahoney, Grand Junction, Colo. My dear sir: When I hear of a good thing I ami always anxious to know more about : ii. lam interested in orange grow ! ing in Florida and have been spend ing a few weeks there every winter for several years, as a relief from ; I desk work in the office of the Demo- ! crat of which I am editor. The Chicago Tribune of one week ! ago today gave an illustration and | some description, of the way you pro- ‘ teet your orchard when the mercury | drops dangerously low. I would 1 thank you very much if you can send 1 me any further account of how you I have succeeded in fighting the frost. If the newspapers there have printed ! further details 1 would be glad to know the date. And I may ask where 1 you obtained the fire pots and what J fuel you put in them. With the experience you have bad ! it seems to me that you can soon, if you have not already done so solve ! the problem of sudden drops in tern- | perat tire at critical t imea. Thanking you in advance for the ! courtesy of an answer. Very truly yours. B. H\ TILLING HOST. -—. MANY THOUSANDS WILL PASS THROUGH (Continued i-rom First Page.) 1 Baltimore Elks, night of July 9. Texas Elks, night of July 9. Minneapolis Real Estate party, 1 night of July 9. American Drug Syndicate, evening ! of July 10. Colorado (5. A. It., August 8. Special parties of one or two cars: j 1 Fort Wayne Elks. July 2. Ohio and Eastern Elks, July 2. Rev. Kelly Epworth League party. ; July J. , Colorado Epworth League purtv. i July 3. Miss Lane party, July 0. Michigan Elks, July 9 . New England Elks. July 9. Popular Bluff. Mo., Elks, July 9,1 Maine State Elks, July 9. Carolina Elks. July 9. St. Paul Daily News party, July 9.'] New Haven Elks, July 10. Servis party. July 10. Prof. Cole party, July 10. , i Wisconsin Teachers, July 10. I Prof. Voorhees party. July 11. ' Milwaukee Elks, July 12 or 13. } Cook Tour F. July 13 or 14. Gillesple-Kinpert. Tour D. July 16, or 17. Robt. Hall’s Yellowstone Tour, ' July 2 7. Cook Tour Ij. August 1. Cook Tour C. August 1 1. EAST BOUND. Special Trains. Teachers pnrty. July 3 or 4. Famous Iola K. of P. Drill Team,)* morning of July 12. Nashville Epworth League, noon j > of July 16. New England Epworth League, i July 17. Rex Tour A. July 17. McCann’s Tour A, New York and I Hartford Elks. July 22. New Orleans Elks. July 22. j- Newark, N. J.. Elks, July 23. Rex Tour B. July 23. _ 1. Louisville Elks. July 25. Rev. Font's party, July 29. .McCann’s Tour C, Jersey City. Al bany. Hoboken. Syracuse and Ro- i cheater Elks, July 31. Rev. Faust party. New York Ep- 1 , Worth lvoague. August 1. • Inch By Inch” party. August 2. j, Hendrickson Tours. August 21 or Bover party. September 5. EAST BOUND. Special parties of one or two cars: ) Elliott party, July 5. Woodruff party, July 13. • Miss Caubrell party, July 17. International Council Women.) July 17. Gillespie Knights. July 20. Detroit Elk8. July 21. New Jersey Epworth league. July! Rochester Home party. July 28. Cook Tour M. July 29. Ft. Gaines party. July 30. Gillespie Knights. August 9. Boston G. A. R.. August 15. A verdict of $800 for little Clayton I Kerr, the 7-year-old son of Barry i Kerr of the district attorney’s office, Was return<*d yesterday in Judge Rid | tile’s court ngnlnst Dr. H. R. Mc- Graw. The physician was sued for I $10,000 damages for alleged mis treatment of the boy. who fell from a horse at Palmer and broke an arm. —Denver News. E. A. Keys, the special representa tive of Secretary Ballinger, of the interior department, who spent obout ten days here and later went to Mon trose. is now visiting projects in Utah. Tonight the charter convention will | meet in regular session. 200 MEN’S SUITS <& We are going to attempt to move all these jßjpy &V1P&0 suits or the greater por tion of them r jTjO by the 4th of H ‘ * July. . . . THE STERLING BRAND Of Men s Clothes are standard in quality, workmanship and price. We are making prices on these - 'f which must attract you if you want A SUMMER SUIT J® | W. F. White Merc. Co. Our Sale of all Canvas Shoes at Cost Continues. TODAY 15 YEARS AGO FROM DAILY SENTINEL (Saturday, Juno 30.) John S. Charlton has named his horse Pro Bono Publico. Train No. 3 is nine hours late. A petition was sent to the local railway union today asking to be moved on. It was signed by 110 pas sengers. The Grand Junction band will treat the citizens of Grand Junction tonight to a hand concert. John J. Uottrell returned home last night from Denver, where he has been receiving medical attention for his hand, which have been af fected witli eczema for some time. Several new buildings are being erected in the city and a number of plans are being drawn up for some elegant residences in the fall. A $3,- 500 home is among the latest on the list. Rev. B. F. Powelson, wife and child returned last night from an ex tended eastern trip. Majestic Theater Program. ‘ In the Sultan’s Power.” 'Profitable Marriage.” “Obliging Friend.” Illustrated songs sung by Mr. Mc- Kee. “The Honey Moon. - ’ “Oh. You Kid!" “1 Remember You." Kent O. Keys, commercial agent for the New York Central in this ter ritory. is just back from Provo. In that section, he says, the fruit trees are now loaded with blossoms and a very large crop of pears and late apples are assured. He says that W. M. Roylance expects to ship SOO cars of fruit I his year, as against GOO last season. Much fruit will be shipped this season to Boston and far-east ern points.-—Salt Lake Herald. Don’t forget the tent meeting at the corner of Fourth and Rood. There are comfortable seats. Come and hear the true doctrine of Christ as taught in the Bible, preached in love. Do You Own a Hyomei Inhaler? If you have a little Hyomei inhaler (pronounced High-o-me) in your home you have a treasure. Into this hard-rubber inhaler you can pour a few drops of Hyomei, and. I presto, you have the best little phy 'si tin n for catarrh, coughs, colds, j bronc hitis, croup and asthma the world has ever known. ' When you breathe Hyomei you bring the healing virtues of the mountainous forests to your home. You get the very same healing, anti septic air that you would breathe if you resided in the forests of pine and eucalyptus of inland Australia ■ where catarrh or consumption was ! never known to exist. : If you have a Hyomei inhaler in j your home, get a bottle of Hyomei | for 50c. If you have not an inhaler, ask for h complete, outfit, which costs but $l, and includes an inbaler, a bottle of Hyomei ami simple instructions for use. Hyomei is sold and guaranteed by the C. D. Smith Drug Company to cure catarrh, asthma or bronchitis, or money back. It will relieve a cold in five minutes, and will break it up in five hours. It gives most gratify ing relief to consumption sufferers, and is sold by leading druggists ev erywhere. MI-ON A Cures indigestion It rolierea stomach misery, soar stom- 1 ach. belching, and cures all stomach dis mwh or money hack. Large box ot tab. i lota 60 oenta ErucgUts in all towna WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1909. i Report of the Condition of the MESA COUNTY NATIONAL BANK No. 7766. At Grand Junction, in the State of Colorado, at the Close of Busi ness, June 23, 1909. , RESOURCES. Loans and discounts. . . .$41$,006.54 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2,077.15 , U. S. bonds to secure cir culation 100,000.00 Premiums on U. S. bonds 3,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc.. . . 61,820.14 Furniture and fixtures. . 3,000.00 Due from national banks (not reserve agents) . . 6,438.53 Due from state and pri vate banks nnd bank ers. trust companies and savings banks. . . . 3.14G.43 Due from approved re serve agents 236,526.90 Checks and other rash items 5,930.72 • Notes of other national banks 10.100.00 Fractional paper curren cy. liickevs and cents. . 257.00 I.aw'ful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie ....$23,71 4.85 J Legal - ten- H der notes 15.660.00 39,374.85 Redemption fund witli IT. S. treasurer (5% of circulation) ........ 5,000.00 Total $894,678.35 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in. . . .$100,000.00 Surplus fund 20,000.00 Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid. 15,807.24 National bank notes out standing 9S.500.00 Due to state and private banks and bankers. . 17,517.95 Individual deposits sub ject to cheek 506,764.83 Demand certificates of deposit 47,821.37 Time certificates of de posit 86,131.59 Reserved for taxes 2.136.37 Total $894,678.35 State of Colorado. County of Mesa, ss. 1. Orson Adams, president of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ORSON ADAMS, President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of June. 1909. MARION O. DELAPLAIN. (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires September 20. 1910. Correct—Attest: W. P. EL A. 0, A. R. SAMPLINER. E A. WADSWORTH, Directors. Coal Bids Wanted. Sealed bids will be received up to the 13th day of July, 1909. for coal for the city of Grand Junction as follows: 3,000 tonH more or less of either mine run or slack, to be delivered at the pump house on the Gunnlsou river. 50 tons more or less of mine run, to be delivered at City hall, City li brary or fire house. (Signed) R. L. MAGILL, CHAS. GASHO. P. McCARY, Finance Committee. . ' Stewart was sentenced to two and one-half to three and one-half years in the penitentiary in the dis trict court at Colorado Springs on Monday and W. J. Merrifield was given one and one-half to three years. They wore recently convicted of con spiracy to defraud In connection with the ore salting cases, wherein the Cyc, ° “HI was defrauded $«>,000. They will appeal to the su-B [.preme court. B«£ i- A. G. Pelcher, of Denver, an expert i-pharmacist of this city, has accepted l a position with the Qulst Drag Co.