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§ “ “ that nponging ia a necessity, ft WILL LOOK NCATER, and a convenience to have it S 8 GET AND WEAR BETTER, done where the drew ie bought a | Jvf Will not Spot nor Shrink 5 / —for perfect sponging « ? A !jJsl J IF THI GOOD • *"* We ore headquarters for } fc ( 0 .Z&r sponged OV THE Tailor Made Suitings and all S I M\T# SPOTLESS STEAM goods. In faoii we are atriotly jft I | mb* sponger. s ® VI VS A tkni Inarm* ‘ho best of ererjthing tor our J) « y \ V A process that leant ca ,to mm . Everything in dry S 5 // \ V\ the 9 oods beautiful K oods fi | II \ V a f fer being sponged. THE popular i ii / OV— Buy your Dress Goods of ua AND PROGRESSIVE S' o Ir^KAf-T-r nod have thoae requiring § ' it properly sponged. DRESS GOODS ft $ Under 5 yards, ssc.i s yards and over. gc. ay*. AND CLOAK HOUSE 8 | | 1 Fine Millinery a Specially. I | The Fasti ion I | | i Lowney's Gandies i E- in -U p. Bulk, 60c per pound .j I- i MILLDALE Lot" in the now Addition of ] Milldalo flint, of ttiu flouring , 1 mill arc now for tt»e flrst time < ' placed on the market .’. .*. * ’ Present prices range from $4O ' I to $5O per lot with *2O per cent. J discount to thoeo building ( houses. The advantages of ( tho city with no city taxes to i ’ pay. Get in on tho ground 1 j floor Any roasonablo terms , will be made .*. .*. i C. B. RICH, Agent.: Passes Muster Anywhere THE BREAD Made by Goette’s Star Bakery North Side of Main St., between 3rd and 4th CBBLISLE G HIE WOOD UNION BLOCK 431) M|A I N ST. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE, LOANS, COLLECTING AGENCY, Grocery and Butchers’ Outfit for Salo Cheap. Two desirable Homes at a Bargain. Cheap Building Lots For Sale. H C Hall, M D JQ Allan, M D J C Sheldon, M D Western Slope Hospitai-Samtanui DR. SHELDON, Surgeon in Charge. All kinds of Surgerg a spaaialJjr. Tou can help anyone whom you find suf fering from inflamed throat;laryngeal trau ble, bronchitis, coughs, colds, etc., by ad vising the use of Ballard's Horehound Syr up; the great remedy for coughs and colds. Price, 60c. For sale Haskell’s Pharmacy William B. TenKyck ia on theaick Hat. Oats, $1.90 per hundred. Old Free Oorral. Baled hay at old Free Corral, 50c per hundred. C. H. Ackerman, merchandise broker 416 Main street. Wool underwear at reduced prices at Graham & Hards. Primrose Brothers handls a fine line of cigara and fancy smoking tobaccos. An up-to-date line of cigara and to baccos always fresh, at Primrose Bros. Take your watch work to Primrose Brothers. Railroad watches a specialty. Primrose Brothers do all kinds of en graving. Monogram work a specialty. For Sale—A good phaeton, cheap. En quire of Grand Junction Milling k Ele vator Go. People never get tired of telling what excellent bread and other bakery sup plies they can get at the Progress. When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballard’s Snow Liniment will give prompt relief. Price, 50c. For sale Haskell’s Pharmacy By the way, have you aver tried the Progress bread? You could make the most prejudiced believe that it was home made. The annual benefit ball of the En gineers is dated for February 6th, and if you fail to remember it you will cer tainly miss a treat. I write fire and life insurance, collect rents and attend to general conveyancing. Also may be secured to keep books or work specially upon them. Joseph P. Sweney. There is probably no disease or condition of tho human system that causes mon suf fering and distress than piles. Tabler’s Buckeye Pile Ointment cures them quickly without pain or detention from business. Price 50c in bottles; tubes 76c. For sale HaeksU’a Pharmacy The Progress bakery will bs glad to sand their wagon to your house to de livery bread, cakes, pies, or anything in the line of fancy groceries. Drop ua a card, or call and see ua.—The Progress. Don’t let the hand of time paiat wrinkles on your face. Keep young by keeping the blood purs and the digestive organs in a healthful condition. Harbins will do this. Health is youth; disease and siokness brings old age. Price 50c, For sale Haskell’s Pharmacy Every man, sapocially every railroad man, should buy a ticket for the ball to be given by tbs Engineers on tbs 7th of February for the benefit of the Railroad Men's Home. It is a worthy causa and should be patronised. Only the purest ingredients for color ing, etc., are used in making candy at the Boston Kandy Kitchen. The home made taffy for sale there is just like you would make yourself, only you are saved the trouble of making it, and it costs no more than if it ware made at home. Are you nervous, run down, weak and dis pirited? Take a few doses of Harbine. It will infuse new energy, new life into the ex hausted nerves, the overworked brain or muse alar system, and put a new face on life and business. Price 60c. For sale Haskell’s Pharmacy "Way Down East," which cornea to Park the next Wednesday night, prom ises to be one of the bast things that will be presented to Grsnd Junction theater goers during the preoent season, and those who miss tbs production wil| regret it. The piece ie very similar to "Shore Acres" in plot, portrayal and ac tion, abounds in human heart-interest, and ie in every characteristic squally as good. From the fact that it ie one of We. A. Brady’a productions guaran tees complete staging in every detail. 1 The famooe Bharood k Crook those at Graham k Herds. “ClaanllnM, la Halt to G6dliriMt‘* Try the Star Laundry. Aspen bee been entertaining Grand Chancellor Woodruff of the Pythian or der . Remember that Graham k Hards handle the beet ii gents furnishing goods. For Rant - A suite of furnished rooms, coal and light. $lB s month. Cell at this effica. Mrs. Charles R. Seiber is up from Fruits in attendance upon her daughter Etta, who issiek. A brisk wind blew down from old Grand mesa last night, making ths at mosphere vary chill. John Thomas er., miliar for the Grsnd Junotion Milling k Elevator Co., is quite ill with an attack of pneumonia. Rev. C. W. G. Lyon will have charge of both ths morning sod evening ser vices at the Episcopal church tomorrow. A few boys suite at cost to close them out to make room for s full line of meq and boys pants of all sizes. Graham k Hards. "Things That Maks s Strong Church” will be the pastor’s subject tomorrow aaorningat the M. E. church. Revival sermon in the evening. At the Congregational church tomor row there will be eervicee both morning and evening with Rev. Dwight 8. Bay ley, the pastor, in charge. Col. A. C. Grout returned home last night from his annual visit to Vermont. He says the weather there has been quite "etrenuoue’’ this winter. James Hsughey, an old-time miner from Routt county, who has been oper ating in Utah for the pset eight years, was a visitor to ths city yesterday. The rural delivery service started to day and ths people living In the out-of town district! will be able to receive their mail at their homes without having to come to town. The press of work at ths Mass County Btate Bank has necessitated the appro priation of the preeident’e room for of fice purposes. A standing desk has bean placed therein and a clerk is now working there. Henry Kippe is keeping abreast of the times and has a big sign up in front of his place, upon which in big letters is painted the words "Oil Exchange " Our i good friend does not eay what kind of oil is exchanged. A large number of horses era being clipped. Thie eeeme to be the fad among horsemen at the present time. It 1 ie strange that they usually clip horses in the winter season, but this seems the moot acceptable time according to herae lore. The Boston Kandy Kitchen is getting to be one of the most popular places in the city. When you go there you may be sure you will receive courteous treat ment, full measure, and a hearty wel come. If you have never tried them you should do so, end you will be pleeeed. Nervous children are almoet always thin children. The out-door boy ie eeldom ner vous. White's Cream Virmifuge is ths beet preventative of nervousness. It strengthens ths system sod assists to that sort of flash which creates strength and power of endur ance. Price 250 For sale at Haskell's Pharmacy. Crawford addition and the other resi dents living across the railroad tracks are making a vigorous kick for free de livery of mail in their districts. They claim they lent their names to the peti tion for the free delivery and fsel that thsy should be accomodated by having their own mail delivered. They sie within the city limits end fssl that thsy should be given some consideration. The supper given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church on Thursday night was unintentionally overlooked In yes terday’s Sentinel. The ladies served one of the finest suppers that has aver been given by soy society in the city and the patronage which they reoeived was a compliment to their akill. A sum amounting to about S4O waa cleared by ths committee in ebarge of the affair. Everyone who attended the supper | praised it very highly. There was a very interesting session of ths Woman of Woodcraft bald at the i hall last night. The meeting was a spe cial one and there were about a douen ladiea present to be initiated into the i order. After the ceremonies of initia tion there wee a banquet for the pern* > bare and guests, served by a com mitten, and it waa one of the pleasantest of the kind served in a long time. This order Ie growing very rapidly end the kind of la • dies that are being takes into Its mem beruhip am the very beet of the oily. It ie euch constant persistent work, as that befog done by the Wqiaon of Woodcraft, that will make an organisation one of which the city will have ooceefon to be proud. 1 g— —————■■■■■mmimH.iMiiiJiim ' “ ! j JUST 1N... : | ! I fl LIKE OF TUXEBO SUITS SAMPLNMERS’ "Who do ax they Advertise.’’ j W.M.LEE& SON POPULAR FAMILY GROCERS AND MEAT MARKET.; Vegetables and Fish || IN SEASON. Everything on hand to be nad in a Lave up to < | date Grocery House. Telephone No. iy-3. < | ■afflSMfc W. H. LEE & SON. jj <W»WVV^^^VWWV^^VWVWWVWWV»»»»VWWWVVy, Don’t Take a Fit 5 t Of ua unless it is a good fit, We don’t want ? i J 2 to put out a single Hi fitting garment. We 3 2 guarantee satisfaction. 7 2 J. T. SWEATT, | 11 329 MAIN ST. FASHIONABLE TAILOR, tl JOHNSON & GLASCO, LAND AND IMMIGRATION AGENTB. Colorado State Bank Building, nffiroo ■ Willow Lakes, Clark Co., S. D. v/TTICGS- Grand Junction, Mesa Co., Colo. JAMES A. JOHNSON, Grand junction agent. irTLAINTA^ SUIT OF CLOTHES | LOEFFLER, THE TAILOR j 5? 407 Main St., Grand Junction, Colo. ?? OPENING MONTH. I Our business opens up splendidly to begia the new year. In Meats and relioheg of all kinds we lead. The Railroad Meat Market j CHAS. BUCKIUS, Manager j j I toCMiy j: A bogie institution offers on real estate security ! > esst* vsm^^do’L r A^r^j,%Tbaz,ow - Noeie Loan $ Investment Co. ! Oanon look "Wna. A. marsh Manager, i maho junction, Colorado.