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► of the celebrated 2 Geisha Waists j 4 F for women can be seen at this store now, in all the - \ New Fabrics and Styles \ [ The Fashion i ► Phone 733 Black Dry Goods and Millinery < r \ T ORDEDS BY PHONE j r •* - Solicited and Deliver- j - ed with Dispatch. J MONEY! If you need money see me. M. O. DELAPLAIN. Got your hot drinkH at Sparks. Everyone in town has hoard of the excellence of the homemade candies, at Sparks & Co. Wanted- —$8,500 loan. 5 years at 7 per ctlnt on $0,500 farm, pay SSO bon us. Bogan, Gaines & Co. The biggest nickel’s worth of taffy candy i*i the city at Sparks Sc Co. If you won’t boloive this, try and see. Post Ss Boyd, at the Blue Barn, have the extensive agency for the famous Black Diamond coal. It is SS. per ton and will l»o delivered promptly. ’Phone 142 red. Brown Herb Tablets are lighters. Would it be laughable to seo them enter the quiet home of Stomach and Kidney troubles and lire off a few shots and seo both families tumble over each other in their haste to get away. R. H. Higgins, agent. “The White Slave’’ is a true pic ture of the South before the war, and as such has an exceptional historical value. For that reason, coupled with its powerful and pathetic story and its apt touches of pure comedy it will live as long as the sturdy English tongue ii sunken, and it ought to. At the Park opera house, Saturday even ing. February 7th. y*sirs^BjMrvaN«sjr«sa^BjrsvsvsA^sis»«v|v«sM^s| Tin Win Id. Cl j l ANNOUNCEMENT. ■ -"'''pTl We wish to state that ■ t » 1 we are exclusive agents I yx. \ /SPh for the Krippendorf ■ V N Dittman line of Ladies, 9 ; Misses and Children's ■ k Fine Shoes We shall ■ v- y carry a " times a I \ f- —\ complete line of the 8 above, all sizes and all ! I ~ widths. We have just I opened for your inspec -1 tion new Spring Styles and a nobbier line of shoes is not to be seen anywhere, and our prices are as reasonable as is consis tent with good quality. The Lay-Nattinger Mcr. Co. L GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO “Quality Tells. Price Sells.” Lyons & Son. A fine smoke for 5 cents at Spraks. Full line of confectionery and cig ars. at Sparks & Co. When yon want a hack day or night, telephone Platt & King. Dr. Colling has removed from the Union block to the Canon block. Master Cyrus Parsons will entertain his young friends at a dinner party tonight. The next attraction will be the “White Slave,” February. 7th. No matinee. The Misses Ola and Dora O’Neill from Glenwood Springs uro visiting friends in the city. Tonight—Everybody is cordially invited to attend the social dunce at Turner hall this evening. Mrs. R. O. Hoover who Ims been ill for more than a year is roported to bo in a critical condition. Attend the Grand Valley Commer cial school. Learn shorthand and he ready for your opportunity. We offer all stationery at }4 price for the next ten days, and we fool you are certainly getting u bargain. We intend closing most of this stock out. Rod Cross Pharmacy. Kate Campbell is this season ap pearing in the role in which Henrietta Grosman made her debut. As “Lett? Lee” in “The White Slave” she wears old fashioned gowns made from patterns that wore her grandmothers. The Progress bakery’s reputation for the fine quality of cakes, bread and all manner of baking it offors to the public securess for it the host and largest patronage of the city. Re progressive and trade at the Progress. Shade trees 10 outs, grape vines 5 cents, roses 20 cents osage orange 8 cents. Oranainental trees, shrubs. Place your order now. Cut flowers on order. The Grand Valley Floral and Nursery company. Office Grand Valley National Bank block. A meeting of the Meas county Bee keopers Association was held iu the sheriff’s office this afternoon. The silver medal contest will take place at the Christian church, Febru ary 18th. The admission will he ten cents. Leo Williams desires it stated that he was not taken to jail yesterday when arrested but was put iu charge of a guardian. E. E. Sands one of the government engineers will remain in the city for a few days to help Mr. Matthes on the plane table maps. Bishop Abiol Leonard will be at the Epicsopal church tomorrow morn ing. Ho will celebrate the holy com munion and administer the rite of confirmation to the class. “Ef do guv wit de halt head hatta bon took to Palersade on a decoy call, yer nnnorstau’. do bout’d a seen a fin ish. Dat’s a cinch !” Such is the verdict of a youth talking iu the Pas time yesterday. Miss Effie Darnell entertained a number of friends at dinuer last night. It v\s an exquisite affair. The potite little hostess sang and played for hor guests and made them all happy. Ping-pong was ouo of the diversions. Miss Pearl Bannister returned home from Colorado Springs last night. She will leave iu the course of a few days for Long Beach, California in companv with Mrs. J. C. Viuing. She will continue her musical educa tion while on the coast. A large number of people attended the Epworth League supper at the Mission church in Crawford’s addi tion. last night. Thoro was a delight ful litorary and musical program. After the oating a collection was taken up to which all generously re sponded. Several people havo complained to this office about the tenor of the re marks which appeared in these col urns, Thursdav night, iu reference to Mrs. Corinno Abbey. Let it bo known that Mrs. Abbey perfectly un derstood and enjoyed the joke, for such it was. Mrs. J. A. Jennings a female drum mer from Chicago, was in the city yesterday. She was representing a glove house. Several merchants bought goods of her. She was a wo man perhaps in the forties. Her dress was ueithor plain or gaudy. The lady drummer is something of an innovation. The Twentieth Century Club hon ored Miss Arminda Perce of (508 Grand avenue last night,. They took their lunches with thorn and had a great time. One of the little ladies who was present was asked what they did during the evening. She said. “Kissin’ games, geu’rallv. Wo ate and played other games too.” Albert W. Sowle. a member of the tiro department met with an accident last night. Ho responded to the call of fire rung in about 10 o’clock. In trying to mount the wagon jnst alter it had left the barn, ho slipped. Ouo wheel of the wagon ran over his foot, crushing it prottv badly. Dr. I. B. Harris was called and ho placed the hones that had boon pressed out of po sition. The physican says that no bones were broken. The young man will be laid up for two weeks. The pluiqbors of the city* had about forty times too much business on their hands this morning. They were the most sought-after men in Grand Junc tion. Women, married and single, ran after them. Then the plumbers turned around and ran after the wo men. Telephone calls were as numer ous as the flakes of snow. At Garri son & Fletchers’ it looked like an overflow meeting of a political rally. They had more work than a marriage bureau. Peoples’ pipes had “friz.” and they wanted them “frized” out. How would you like to be a plumber? A number of unfortunate stove ex plosions occur in this city each year. Much damage to property is done by them and in almost every in dance life is endangered. In many cases fresh in the memory, it seemed a mir acle that one or more persons were not blown to pieces. People know the danger connected with waterbacks during cold weather. If the water is not left running a little or if a small fire is not kept in the stove, there is danger of the water freezing in the pipes which connect the tank to the stove. Winn this ice is thawed out by fire, especially suddenly applied, the rapid expansion is liable to break the pipes. This is a matter to which every head of a household ought to turn hi* attention TO CLOSE OUR | i ] Ulster Overcoats | ■ WE MAKE THE FOLLOWING TEMPTING OFFER: \ 3 ! Former Price $12.00 AQ 7 r I ! Closing Out Price $O-1 O J ! Former Price $9.00 An rn ■ Closing Out Price SDaOU J ! Former Price $6.00 All Ar ! Closing Out Pries (])TiZO ! ! < ; i S^IMPLINERS’ ! Who do as they Advertise. j [ [ «*The Ramey Investment Company*. ! MT4INLY TO LOAN. 5 2 INSURANCE COLLECTIONS 9 I, LOTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF CITY f 11 / £ Choice Orchards and Alfalfa Lands 9 j FOB SALE ’ !! Sgg Us Before Investing \ 11 CURRIE BLOCK j Z Phone—Store 3Z»—3 Phone—Residence 36-2 2 | FOR | |-FURNITURE*- j 9 Bargains See 5 : W. H. Bannister, j | Licensed Cmbalmer Leading Furniture Man | ; it* ******* i *4**4 A \ “THE OLD CRY I 1 i J Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, does not half express the ! line of up to date men and boys furnishing goods which ■ I may be found in the store of ! J H ACKERMAN | Main street between 4th and sth Grand Junction, Colo. 3 IVIAYO & ENDNER COAL'LUMBER Telephone Red 683. jyvxj- L ru-U-U*U‘V‘^M * ■ * ********^^ MM^^A^*****M ***** t (Loans, Real Estate, Insurance jj Don’t take the other fellows word. Do business and see us | > before you act - i | HOME LOAN & INVESTMENT CO. 35-37 Canon Block. ; j W. A. Manager.