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Our New Era Sale
BEGINS Saturday March 28. Watch for Bargains. The Fashion. Dry Goods Millinery w• Honey & Hoarhound -4 t- Cough Drops 4 IT 25c. per Pound -a They are line. MONEY! If you need money see me. M. O. DELAPLAIN. COMMUNICATION. (Advertisement) To the Voters ol Grand Junction: There is considerable talk on the streets that I am indiffer ent about being elected to the office of mayor on the Re publican ticket. I wish to state now for the benefit of the vo ters that I shall use every honorable means to be elected and if elected will give the of fice my very best attention for the interest of the whole people. Signed, J. J. LUMSDEN. Glenn candy at Sparks. Fine five cent smoko at Sparks. Platt & King livery and transfer. Sweet things in large quantities at Sparks. First class livery turnouts at Platt & King’s. Get in on that elegnnt line of choc olates. just in at Sparks. Ice cream for partios, dinners, etc., on short notice, at Sparks. Do you want your lawn put in first class shape? See Luther White, or leave orders at the Sentinel office. Tim Lm-Nioisr Mir. ft. New Spring Merchandise arriving every day. New Shirt Waists, all the new styles. Ladies,’ Misses and Children’s fine shoes. We are showing one of the nob biest lines of ladies street skirts in this city. Lots of pretty materials for shirt waist and skirts in both cotton and wool fabrics. Dress Making Parlors in con nection. o The Lay-Nattinger Mer. Co. GBAND JUNCTION, COLORADO Got school hats at the Ladies Em | porium for 2)5 cents. The firm of Sublott and Roberts I deal in first class millinory and | trimmings. ■ Before purchasing a hat visit the I millinery store of Sublets and Rob erts, 54J Main street. I George A. Bible of Salt Lake City, I representing the passonger department [ of the Rock Island was in the city I this morning. | See our new spring samples of silk shirt waist suits complete sls. Bril liant iues and etamines $12.50. Silk dress skirts sl2. Silk wraps $7. Those suits are ready to wear. We guarantee the fit. No trouble to show samples. N W. Blaine. “Through tourist sleeping cars Grand Junction to Chicago, leave 6:25 a. m. every Monday, Tuesday and Friday via Rock Island system. Best t service and lowest rates. For infor mation applv to E. Drake G. P. A. > Salt Lake. District Clerk Haskell was busy this I morning. 'He was about to receive . the repeal bond for the stockholders r in the case of D. T. Clark and others. I against the stockholders of the defunct . Stute bank. This case was • decided adversely to the stockholders . at the last term of the court. • One of the most interesting things about “Lovyrs’ Lane” is that while the cast contains twenty-two speaking parts, no two characters are alike. It is considered by dramatic experts to be one of the most remarkable exhibi tions of character painting in the his tory of the American drama. At the Park Friday, March 27th. The funeral of William H. Large occurred this afternoon from the res . idonco of the family, on Pitkin street. There was a large delegation of Odd Fellows attended the services in a body. Many sympathizing friends of the family were present. Undertaker Bannister was in charge of the body, • and interment was had in Orchard Mesa cemetery. ‘ ‘Quality Tells. Price Sells. * ’ Lyons & Son. Emil P. Hensgen is on the sick list. A slight rain last night, wet things up considerably. State Engineer A. J. McCune is in the city today. First class household goods for sale. Inquire at this office. J. P. Jones is home from Douglas. Arizona, on a brief visit. When you want a hack in a hurry, telephone Platt & King. Day or night. Felix Alkire is building a residence on Chipeta. between Third and Fourth, The Steele block, corner of Fourth and Colorado, is rapidly nearing com pletion. Lawn work is being prosecuted vig orously all over the city, right at the present time. Over thirty people in the cast for the ihow at the _Park opera house to morrow night. *t= W. B. Staiklev, formally a resident here, now residing at Salt Lake City, is a visitor today. State Engineer A. J. McCune, ad dressed the directors of the Chamber of Commerce this afternoon. The attention of the readers is call ed to the ad of the Grand' Junction Lumber company in this issue. Samuel G. McMallin is home from Montrose, where he was in attendance upon the session of the district court. The postponed stockholders meet ing of the Western Slope Oil, Gas, and Development company occurs to morrow. Ellis Farnsworth, of Denver, trav eling passenger agent of the Missouri Pacific railway, was a pleasant visitor to the city today. Attend the night classes at the Grand Valley Commercial School, Monday and Thursday evenings from seven until nine o’clock. The Grand Valley Floral and Nur sery Co. lias removed to No. 427 Main street. Call and get price lists of flowers, trees, vines and bulbs. H. W. Morey and wife, of Marys ville. Ohio, friends of the Forry fam ily are visitors to the city, enroute home f r om California. Regular moeting of Temple Com mandry No. 23 K. T. this evening. A full attendance is required and visit ing Sir Knights cordially invited. Lee Ten Eyck is back from a short stay in Fort Collins. Mr. Ten Eyck has accepted a position with an elec trical supply company at Salt Lake. “Lovers’ Lane” promises to be as long lived a play as “Way Down East” Its third season shows no de cline in public interest. Tomorrow night at the Park. At the last term of the district i court. Judge Theron Stevens appoint- I ed M. L. Allison. M. E. Laawoll and I H. C. Wagner to audit the books of I the county treasurer. There were many anxious examiners of the weather cards issued from the weather station yesterday. The or chardists have a great fear of frost p right at the present time. I [ Hunter I. Brown, of Ponca, Nebras- p ka, was an arrival in the city this [ morning. Mr. Brown acted in the ; capacity of stenographer for the Sugar • company, the last time it was in oper- ' atiou. President Slocomb of the Western • Slope Oil. Gas and Development com- \ pauv received word this afternoon ; that the casing had all been success- < fully pulled from their well. ADVERTISED LETTERS. * The following letters are in the post- | office at Grand Junction for the week ] ending March 26th, 1903. Arnold. H. M; Allen. Kate; Bur- !J dett. J. W. ; Bowman. L. D; Burdett, J Myrtle; Boyle. Morey; Crisswell, Ira; 5 Clark. L. C. : Cable, Lizzie; Dusang. J Ella; Hall, Davis; Jamison. J. W. ; J Laker, D; Rose, Milton L. ; Lee, j James; Markle A. F. ; Mclntosh, r: John; Miller, Ed; Miller, L. A.: Owen, W. B. ; Reaves, L. R. : Rose, L. K. ; Wezel. A. E. ; Weeks, J. ; Williams, James. EDWIN PRICE, P. M. MILLINERY. The Ladeis Epmorium has won for itself the reputation of selling prettier hats for less rnouev than anyone else in the city. So we will now cordial ly invite you to call and examine our stock as we are offering greater bar- I gains than ever before. The Celebrated STETSON HATS in the new shapes are now in. The block are nobby. SAMPLINERS’ Who do as they advertise. j «*The Ramey Investment Company*- j MONEY TO LOAN. j | INSURANCE COLLECTIONS 7 ! LOTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF CITY 9 Choice Orchards and Alfalfa Lands ' : FOR SALE \ F-* r V | See Us Before Investing . | | CURRIE BLOCK | bann7ster’s] Double Store. \ is now open for inspeciton. We can furnish your house from floor ■ to garret with everything in gen- / eral house furnishings at the low est prices. Will buy or trade for ■ your second hand furniture. You are cordially invited to visit our : big store. ■ W. H. BANNISTER. S «»vas*^>a>a^snsa\a^aMivibwiMt^«va/BMM^sa, — iHH if < it.af— --■•■■■- -‘■frff-fliFtif ■ The Grand Juaciion Luiqube Gompeny ; Dealert in j LU[ll[lEf| m SDILOINS mmEHlflL Hard and Soft Coal. . Estimates furnished on all classes of material. £3?"Office and Yards Ist and Main. j warnw v 1 fVfff 'vw wwrpt vrwwrrvrrpvvvumwwvtw i ! FURNITURE j The Most Complete Line \ • • • Mercantile Co.*. The Bargain House \ 3 THREE LEADERS^'' Insurance: ( « m hmed assets of companies represented I Unsurpassed facilities for furnishing money. No LUCIUS. vexatious delays. V Peal Estate* 6»>j**t line of city and country property CALL AND SEE US. THE HOME LOAN & INVESTMENT CO. J. A. McLucn Manager Real Estate Dcpl. Wm. A. MARSH, Mgr. 857 Main Street.