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YOUNG MEN ARE SUPPOSED TO BE MORE THAN USUALLY
critical as to style in clothes; but we find a good many men of
older years whose clothes ideas are rather young. For all sorts
and ages of men
HART SCH AFFNER & MARX
clothes are made to be satisfactory. The invariable all-wool qual
ity is an important item for wearers; it adds to the length of ser
vice you get; it makes the fine tailoring and the perfect style, and
the correctness of fit all the more valuable because they last bet
ter in all-wool fabrics than in the cheaper cotton-mixtures that are
so common.
You want these goods; we have them
Suits $2O to $3O; overcoats $18.50 to $3O.
The Sentinel Want Ads
Department ~fZ
STRICTLY RELIABLE i
V J
WANTED.
WANTED Male or female ticket to
Omaha. Chicago or Kansas City,
P. O. Box 363.
WANTED Place to board and room
for man and wife with little girl:
on ranch close in preferred. In-
quire at Sentinel office. j
WANTED Gentlemen bourdeis,
good hoard, '•omfortalde room?,
with private family. Apply 63S
Gunnison aveuue.
WANTED Horses to pasture. Al
falfa, water and shade. 2 miles east
of Whitewater. -G. U. Neil
"WANTED- A position hy young man
with good business education. Best
of references. Address Box 054. 1
Palisade.
WANTED#Sweeping, dusting; also
care of children at their homes.
Phone black 2382.
WANTED Sci mu. -i grind, um
brellas. trunks and valises to
mend. —B. Lynch. 236 Main Btreet,
Phone Junction 303
FOK HA LA.
FOR SALE—Mesa County National
Bank stock. For particulars write
P. O. Box 638.
FOR SALE Fine residence on North
Seventh near car line. Inquire at
640 North Seventh.
FOR SALE—Nearly new surrey and
single harness at G4O North Sev
enth.
FOR SALE doth Century ... .
good us new. cheap. The Vrgyle,
145 Rood.
FOR SALE—2 -acre tracts in fine
young orchard. 2 miles Trom city,
on Orchard mesa. ('aidwell-Wal
ker Company.
GOING tFAST—Conkev’s Llco Pow
der going fast at Grand Junction
Fruit Growers’ Association. Poul
trymen, take advantage of free of
fer It kills lice instantly. Won’t
Injure bird.
FOR SALE- 20 acres fruit land In
Clifton township. For particulars,
Inquire 523 Rockaway-ave.
FOR SALE CHEAP One sec.md
hand furnace in first-class condi
tion. J. 11. Lane.
FOR SALE—Second-hand buggy and
Bet of harness. Apply at 638 Gun
nlson.
FOR SALK —Saloon at Animas Forks.
San Juan county. Colo. Complete
line. Address Alfred Sams, Ani
mas Forks, Colo.
POU RENT.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply A. E.
Richardson, 607 Ute.
FOR RENT—Two rooms for light
housekeeping Inquire 505 Pitkin.
Sec Fred Mantey about sweat pads,
gall cure, rope, horse muzzles, axle
grease for buggy and wagon.
M1 gCELLA SEOCB.
FOUND —B. Lynch, locksmith and
gunsmith. Saw filing and trunk
and valise repairing. 23G Main
street. Phone Junction 303.
FOR SALE -New 6 room bungalow,
modern. Apply 812 Chlpeta.
WANTED To buy Grand Valley
water. Apply to E. N. Case, 541
Mail street.
LAWN MOWER GRINDING—Lynch.
236 Main. Phone Junction 303.
Lots and residence In all parts of
the city for sale on easy terms. —Coe
Investment Co.
FOR RENT For summer, modern 7-
rooin house. No children desired.
Inquire 93S East Main.
FOR RENT Three light housekeep
ing rooms. 427 Chlpeta.
FOR SALE Good cornet. See Geo.
Pearson. Sentinel office.
FOR RENT—6-room house on Rood;
4-room furnished house on Chlpeta.
t’aidwell-Walker Company.
WANTED Competent girl for gen
eral housework. Apply 1006 Main.
Our car of furnaces ;s» going pretty
fast. Twelve Front Ranks for one
month don't look much like hard
times. J. H. Lane.
Ilouße moving and raising. C. L.
Hawkins, 1226 Rood. Phone Red
*>94.
We will soon have a car of fur
naces. and we are going to install
them at reasonable prices.—J. H.
Lane.
Take The Sentinel for all the news.
F
THE DAILY SENTINEL, GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO
FLOWERS ARE
VERY BEAUTIFUL
Hillcrest, is the name of the beau-,
tiful home of Mr, and .Mrs. L. M.
Miller, north and east of this city
about three miles. We say the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, because Mrs.
Miller has been a great factor in mak
ing the home so beautiful.
Without fearing" that the asser
tion will be questioned *u the least.
The Sentinel makes the statement
that no where In western Colorado is
there such a large collection of beau
tiful flowers as are grown at Hill
crest. from the personal efforts of
.Mrs. Miller.
The beautiful flowers of Mrs. Mil
ler form a greater portion of -her life.
She lives and breathes The atmos
sphere of the lovliest roses, and all
the many different varieties of floral
life. Just note that she has over a
hundred different varieties of roses
alone and with these almost any oth
er flower that you can think of to
na me.
But the particular thing which im
presses you is that, Mrs. Miller dp6s
not grow all this 'beautiful flower
life In hot houses, but they are grown
out in the lawn and In a large field
surrounding the Miller home.
Altogether if is a place of love,
life ami flowers, this hojne of Hill
crest. Here Mrs. Miller’takes lier
friends, from these flower gardens J
many a sick room iB enlivened and
made rich with fragrance from a gift
of flowers from .Mrs. Millet* and in
unfold ways she does good wHh these
flowers from Hillcrest. While Mrs.
Miller is not strictly speaking rais
ing flowers for sale, she at tin* same
time has many times accommodated
her friends and old time acquaint
ances with flowers for special oc
casions, so that the flower gardens
at Hillcrest do much good in many
ways.
The writer paid a visit a few days
ago to the Hillcrest farm and he was
greatly surprised at the extent and
gorgeousness of the flower display
made now. compared to what it was,
when the Millers first located at their
present home. It ought to he an Jn
centive for others to attempt to-dupli
cate what Mrs. Miller has done in
floralcultu re.
CALHOUN LOST OUT
IN COURT TODAY
[By Associated Press.]
SAN FRANCISCO, JINK :lO.—
Jl'DGE lAAVLOIt TODAY OVKK
RCLED A MOTION TO SET A SI DK
A SK(’ONI) INDICTMKNT AC* A INST
PATRICK CALHOl’N. HEARING A
MOTION FOR CHANGE OF VKN1 I.
WAS SET FOR Jl'LY H.
SERIOUS BLOW AT
THE BANK GUARANTY
[By Associated Press.]
LINCOLN, NEB., .11 NK :10. —IN
FEDERAL COl KT HERE TODAY
•Il’DGEft VAN VENTER AND MI ND
ER GRANTED AN INJUNCTION TO
RESTRAIN THE NEW STATE
RANKING HOARD FROM PETTING
THE RANK GI ARANTY AFT INTO
EFFECT.
WELLMAN ON WAY
[By Associated Press.]
• Trorusoe, Norway, June 30.
h Walter Wellman and other
l» members of the expedition that
K is planning to reach the north
i* pole this summer by means of
K an airship left here this morn
f» ing for Spitsbergen on the
h steamer Arctic.
This afternoon the total of mar
riage licenses issued during the
month was run up to 29 when Ar
nold Westrup of Bush ton, Kans., and
Miss Grace Swisher of Palfsade were
granted a license to wed.
Engineer Ryan, an old-time friend
of Manager John O’Boyle of the Mesa
Flour Mi 11b Company and who for
merly pulled Tige Ridgway w’hen he
was on the road, is in the city today.
Useful Information About the Eye
would prevent many cases of neglect
ed eyesight. When your eyes smart
and burn and your head aches, it of
ten comes from your eyesight plead
ing for aid. I can give it just what
it needs by testing the sight by sci
entific methods and fitting with prop
erly adjusted glassesl
CHARLESGASHO.
21 and 22 Reed block. Optometrist.
I We have kind and gentle horses
, suitable for ladies to drive. Call
Blue Barn, phone Junction 22S.
STREAMS ARE CLEARING UP
FLY FISHING IS GETTING ALL RIGHT. TAKE WITH YOU ON YOUR TRIP GOOD TACKLE.
HAYWOOD FLIES ARE THE BEST
We hare all the popular styles in 6. 8. 10 and 12 Hooks: Raskets, Fly Books. Leaders. Snell Hooks. Min
now Cans. Bait Boxes: Rods from $1 to $l5.
Take along a .22 with you. Stevens —all grades; Winchester —all styles.
A Croquet Set and Base Ball will be a pleasant pastime, too.
We are snrely Headquarters for above.
THE ROSS HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.
Electric Fixtures-- HARDWARE for HARD WEAR— Electric Wiring
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4* JUNE 3Q. 4*
4* 1691 Boston visited l»y its 4*
4* sixth grerit fire. 4*
4» 1777 British evacuated New 4*
4* Jersey. 4>
4* 1820- Frederick Ferdinand ♦
4* Low. ninth governor of +
4* California. born in +
4* Frankfort. Mo. 4-
4* 1829 Silistrla surrendered to 4*
4* the Russians. 4*
+ 1858- M. Blondin first ( tossed 4*
4* Niagara F-.lls on a tight +
4* rope. ♦
4* 1863 - Gen. Schenck proclaimed 4*
4* mhrtial law in Balti- ♦
4* more. 4>
4* 189 4 Opening of the Tower 4*
4* bridge across the River 4*
4* Thames at London. 4*
4* 190 - William H. Taft resigned 4*
4* as secretary of war. 4*
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TODAY S WHEAT MARKET.
[By Associated Press.]
Chicago, June 30.—July wheat
closed today at 1.15% to 1.16.
Piano hauling a specialty with
Barton & Tertfl
Half Fare to Denver and Return.
Account the meeting of the Nation
al Education Association in Denver in
Julv, the Colorado Midland will make
a rate of one fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale at the Midland office
July 1 and 2; good returning until
July 12.
For further information call on or
telephone R. E. Vickery, Junction
116.
Sentinel want ads bring results.
Shoes \
i
...for...
The Men & j
Women who j
CARE- j
. !
pjsfcjEM\ ■I
*
A Krippendorf Shot for
Women and a Just Wright >i—
Shoe for Men —they have the
style and quality that are
winning them friends every
where. Quality guaranteed
AND PRICES EIGHT.
! Me Connell
&
Lowe
j - -
| Just Shoes—
That's All
a i
“Where Fashion Reigns”
Second Week of Our Muslin
Underwear Sale
Many prospective purchasers went out of our store satisfied
customers —satisfied because they had saved money. We have put
more poods into this sale to give everyone another chance this week.
$1.50 and $1.75 Garments $0.95
$2.00 and $2.75 Garments 1.19
$2-75 and $3.50 Garments 1.49
35c and 50c Corset Covers • .19
1-2 Price Millinery
Our Entire Line of Trimmed Hats on Sale at Half Price
NONE RESERVED.
All Must Go at Half Price.
- =r ~ T=- rT-rotFOßic?,
Ready To- Wear 9 Garments
$5.00 to $6.00 House Dresses and Jumpers $ 3.95
$6.50 to $8.50 Lingerie Dresses 4.95
$25.00 to $47.50 Silk Dresses reduced to 15.00
$lB.OO to $27.50 Silk Dresses reduced to 10.00
KNIT UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY.
35c Vests reduced to 23c 75c Hose reduced to 49c
50c Vests reduced to 39c 35c Hose reduced to ■ 23c
25c Hose reduced to 19c
15c Vests reduced to 9c 15 C Hose reduced to 9c
75c Vests reduced to 55c 3 ® c S 0 £ ose reduced to 23c
25c Boys Hose reduced to 19c
35c Pants reduced to 23c __ w
35c Misses Lisle Hose re
-750 Tights reduced to 55c duced to 23c
PARASOLS. INFANTS* WEAR.
A new line of Parasols of sev- Our entire line of Infants’ and
eral makes to be sacrificed. Children’s Wash Coats at
Newest styles. 25% DISCOUNT.
$lO Parasols reduced to $7.50 Infants ' and Children’s Wash
Hats at
$8.50 Parasols reduced to 6.37
$6.00 Parasols reduced to 4.50 25 7° DISCOUNT
$5.00 Parasols reduced to 3.75
$3.00 Parasols reduced to 2.25 25'; DISCOUNT.
M. J. FRANTZ
Ladies ’ Bazaar
530 Main St. Phone Junction 263
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+ FRUIT MEN ARE ANGRY. +
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a to The Sentinel.] 4*
Utah, June 3(L—-Tixrt~ 4»
4* there is rato^AiiwcfTinTTrntion 4*
4* against Utah is shown by the 4*
4» fact that a Provo bench fruit 4«
4* grotoer was informed by Wells, 4*
4* Fargo & Company in this city 4*
4- that it would take 65 cents to 4-
4* send a small crate of strawber- 4*
4* ries to Palisade. Colo., while a 4*
4* few days previous to this he had 4*
4» received a large crate of cherries 4»
4* from Palisade on which the 4*
4» charges were only 20 cents. 4*
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The tariff debate has put one of
the six official reporters of the sen
ate to the bad. and his physician has
insisted that he go to the country for
a long rest. Since the bill was re
ported in the senate on April 12 it is
estimated that more than 6,000,000
words have been recorded by the re
porters, and this would give the man
who succumbed a total of 1,000.000
up to the time he dropped out. It is
stat<*d that many of the senators are
on the verge of prostration and that
several of them are under the care
of physicians. It might also be re
marked that the whole country is
weary of the farce being enacted at
the national capital, the only redeem
ing feature being that the people at
large do not have to lißten to the
stupid and tiresome-speeches of the
stand-patters.—Salt Lake Herald.
30 off sale. Crown Furniture Co.
We are here to stay, and cannot
afford to do any but first-class work.
Our furnace guarantee will still hold
good when the weather gets cold. —
J. H. Lane.
Let us clean and press your cloth
ing. Telephone black 66 2. We call
for and deliver. 125 South Fifth-st
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1909.
? DRS ELDRIDGE AND ORAY,^
4- Physicians and Surgeons.
A All medicines furnished from 4*
i our own laboratory and put up
A by ourselves, thus avoiding 4*
4* mistakes. 4 s
4- Offices, 518 Capitol block, 4*
4* Main street. J*
A Dr. Eldridge’s residence. No. A
4- 538 Chlpeta avenue. Phone A
A No. 107 Junction. A
A Dr. Gray’s residence, 562 A
A Ute avenue. Phone Junction 4*
A 321. A
A Office phone. No. 125 June- A
A tlon. A
A Office hours from S:3O to 12 A
A a.m.; from 1 to 6 p.m.; from A
A 7 to 9 p.m- and from 3 to 4 A
►J. p.m. Sundays. A
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CLEANUP
SALE
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Summer Goods
The Lowest Prices on High-
Grade Goods ever made in
Grand Junction.
Cotton Repp Suits, white,
pink, blue and nankeen.
White Serge Suits, Pongee
Suit 9, Auto Coats, Etc., Etc
525 - • MAIN

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