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The daily sentinel. [volume] (Grand Junction, Colo.) 1893-current, March 28, 1903, Image 4

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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.
Do you (rude at 2149?
Glean candv at Sparks.
Do you trade at 849?
Fine five cent tmioke 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 elegant lino of choc*
olates. just in at Sparks.
Ice cream for parties, dinners, etc.,
on short notice, at Sparks.
Do you want your lawn put in first
class shape? Soo Luther White, or
leave orders at the Sentinel office.
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Till Lif-Nier Her. Cl.
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Spring Merchandise j j
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P arriving every day. New Shirt
■ Waists, all the new styles. Ladies,’
ft Misses and Children’s fine shoes.
We are showing one of the nob- 1
biest lines of ladies street skirts in I
this city. Lots of pretty materials i
■ for shirt waist and skirts in both
6 cotton and wool fabrics.
£ Dress Making Parlors in con
nection. 1 I
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{ The Lay-Nattinger Mer. Co.
I 1 GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO J [
I Do you tr ade at 2149 ? I j
Got school hats at the Ladies Em- ,
| porium for 85 cents. j
Do you trade at 849?
When you waut a hack in a hurry. ]
telephone Platt & King. Day or night, t
The Bazaar will have a special sale i
I for one week only, commencing April .
lit.
The firm of Subletr. and Roberts c
deal in first class millinery rind t
tripimings. j
Call at the Ladies Emporium if you 1
wish to be made happy with your {
spring millinery.
Do you trade at 2149?
Before purchasing a hat visit the *
millinery store of Sublets and Rob- ,
■ erts. 54) Main street.
Do yon trade at 2149?
Very low prices on cut flowers and t
plants for caster. Place your order
l now. The Grand Valley Floral j
and Nursery company.
, Attend the night classes at the
. Grand Valley Commercial School, -
» Monday and Thursday evenings from
. seven until nine o'clock. (
r Do you trade at 849?
I A visiting clergyman will celebrate
■ the Holy Communion at St. Matthews
church tomorrow at 11 o’clock. Rev.
■ O. W. G. Lyon has been asked to be
in Delta.
Grand Junction R. A. Chapter will
rrioet in special session Monday night I
March 210th. to confer Mark Master’s l
dogree. All Chapter Masons please ’
take notice. c
See our new spring samples of silk *
shirt waist suits complete sls. Bril- 1
liantiues and etamiues $12.50. Silk
dress skirts sl2. Silk wraps $7. ‘
These suits are ready to wear. We 1
guarantee the fit. No trouble to
show samples. N W. Blaine. I
“Through tourist sleeping cars
Grand Junction to Chicago, leave (5:25
a. m. every Monday, Tuesday and
Friday via Rock Island system. Best c
sorvico and lowest rates. For infor- *
matiou applv to E. Drake G. P. A. 1
Salt Lake. (
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‘ ‘Quality Tells. Price Sells. * ’ Lyons
& Son.
There is a grocery war on of consid
erable proportions.
Large crowds attended the auction
company’ * sale today.
State Revenue Collector Blake is
paying a visit to the city.
A baby girl was horn to Mr. and
Mrs. Holland this morning.
Prof. Boyer and family left this
morning for their new home.
Train No. 4 went out this morning
a double header pulling nine coaches.
Orson Adams. Jr., returned today
at noou from a business trip to Den
ver.
The next attraction at the Park
opera house will be “Our New Min
ister’’ on April 4th.
Lawn work a specialty—all work
guaranteed—Leave orders at Star
Bakery—S. A. Grady.
The report of the Public Library,
published in this paper yesterday was
road with a great deal of interest.
F. A. Franklin. the well known
representative of the Peters Paper
company of Denver is a oleasant visi
tor to the city today.
Architect Boyer says he is very
busy in the procuration of plans for a
number of residences that are in pros
]>ect of building this spring.
H. E. Frost, of Guthrie Center.
lowa, a prominent newspaper man .of
that place, editor of the Sentinel, is
in the city, the guest of H. H. and
J. A. Lyons.
Owing to the fact of the lateness
of Easter Sunday and the delightful
spring weather the ladies will prob
ably wear their spring hats tomorrow
instead of waiting for the Easter Sun
day.
F. A. Moriarty of Denver arrived
in the city this afternoon over the
narrow guago, joining Mrs. Moriarty
here for a few days’ visit. Mr. and
Mrs. Moriarty will be the guests of
Mrs. G. A. Olson.
The friends of the young men of
the Fort Collins Agricultural College
band and glee club, will be glad to
learn that they will pay this city a
visit in about another week. The
present tour of the organizations is
very successful.
Miss Nellie Peters who resides on
east Main was pleasantly surpised by
the members of the Twentieth Cen
tury club last evening. Games were
played and dainty rerfeshments served
after au evening of merriment.. The
guests departed after having a pleas
ant time.
Everyone having regard for the
beauty of the city should clean up
their premises at once. Individual
work can accomplish more than what
can be accomplished by the city it
self. Have a pride in your homes and
make the surroundings beautiful. It
will pay tin largest amount of per
centage of profit that can be earned in
any other manner.
Messrs. A. R. and J. M. Sampliuer
pu re based today from W. Scott, of
Pennsylvania, through the agent of
Mr. Scott in this citv, Henry W.
Ross, eight lots. Four of the lots are
on Main street, on the north side of
the street, between 11th and 12th.
and the other four are facing south
on the northeast corner of 10th and
Colorado avenue. The Messrs. Sam
piuer continue to show faith in the
city and will erect some buildings on
the Colorado avenue property during
the summer.
The meeting of the stockholders of
the Western Slope Oil. Gas and De
velopment company was held in the
City hall last night. The old board
of directors were elected to succeed
themselves, with the exception of
Daniel Kirby. Alvin Buckliu having
been elected to succeed Mr. Kirby,
who could not act on account of the
fact of his absence from the city. No
action wsa taken by the stockholders,
save that it was the sense of the meet
ing that the matter of future work bo
left entirely in the hands of the new
ly elected board of directors.
E. M. Sloccmb, received a letter to
day from bis sou Ray Sloeomb. which
says that the young man is sick in the
hospital with an abscess on his leg
mid a bad case of the mumps. While
the young man seems quite ill from
the tone of his letter his greatest sor
row arises from the fact that his sick
ness will deter him from going with
the crew of his vessel on a six months
cruise, which would have promoted
him to a higher apprenticeship in
Uncle Sam’s navy. The many young
friends of Ray will bo glad to learn
that he likes the navy and that the
keenest regret he has is that he can
not join his comrades in a long ex
pected and anticipated cruise, on the
bosom of the briny deep.
The Spring Line of the Celebrated
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
ARE NOW IN.
The best Shoe in the world at $3.50.
SAMPLINERS’
Who do as they advertise.
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J «*The Ramey Investment Company*-
MONEY TO LOAN.
INSURANCE COLLECTIONS j [
I LOTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF CITY i |
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I Choice Orchards and Alfalfa Lands
I FOR SALE |
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! See Us Before Investing . |
’ . CURRIE BLOCK S
| FRESH \
; EVERY DAY.... ' l
l Our Meat Supplies, *
► Oysters and Fish.... 5
! IIMnIQjSOM
► Special attention to telephone orders. ’Phone, Red 342.
me Graml Juaeiioo Luntker GomDacy i
(Successors to Mayo it Endner.) J
Dealert in J*
LUDIBEB 9HD BUILDIIfi DMBIjIL
Hard and Soft Coal.
furnished on all classes of material.
CgT'Oftico and Yards Main and Spruce. I
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ATTEND THE
Annual Furniture Opening
MONDAY, MARCH 30.
The Bargain House. j
3 THREE LEADERS
Insurance; ‘ n /*i assets of companies represented
Loans* Un -“ ir l>assod facilities for furnishing money. No j
* vexatious deluys.
Real Estate: The finest line of city and country g
CALL AND SEE US.
THE HOME LOAN & INVESTMENT CO.
J. A. McLucn Manager Real Estate Dept. Wm. A. MARSH, Mjr.
357 Main Street. f
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