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THE DAILY SENTINEL.
Vol. X
TOILET SOAPS .
WE HAVE THEM
EDOM
sc; to 50c. per caKe.
For sale by
C. D. SMITH &CO.
PAYS TO TPADE WITH US.
John E. Phillips, Pres.
W. J. Moyer, Vice Pres.
Max Buchinauu, Cashier.
L. Wickershain, Aat. Cashier
Tie Brand Valley
Rational Batik.
CAPITAL $50,000.
zs~ There is absolutely no legit
imate feature of the bank
ing business for which we
are not prepared.
Foreign Exchange.
Safety Deposit Vaults.
The Salt Lake Candy Co.’s
famous
Carnation
Chocolate
Creams
HASKELL’S PHARMACY.
FRANK LESLIE
General
COLLECTIONS-
Call for Terms
Office with Judge Jos. P. Sweney
543 Main Street.
INSUBE WITH
C. B. Rich
Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass,
and Health Insurance. Lowest
rates consistent with safe under
writing. Best companies.
OFFICE OVER FAIR STORE. I
THE TASTE DISPLAYED I
in framing a picture either makes
or mars its beauty. It costs no
more to frame a picture right. We
frame pictures at
I
FOTOGRAFER DEAN’S
DAILY BULLETIN
Weather Observer Sullivan Has
Made Arrangements to Keep
Fruit Growers Posted Every
Day on the Weather.
Commencing April Ist. there will
be issued from the office of the Grand
Junction Weather Bureau, by the ob
server, Mr. R. H. Sullivan, a daily
bulletin of the weather.
This bulletin will be of especial in- |
terest to the orchardists of this entire
section, as it will forecast the weath
er during a period, which is consid
ered critical regarding fruit in western
Colorado.
The forecasts will be sent through
out this county and will continue un
til April 10th. holidays and Sundays ,
excepted. During the time that this
weather bulletin will be issued the |
forecast card will be discontinued, to
lie resumed immediately after the 10th ;
day of April.
Weather Observer Sullivan says
that if any person is desirous of ob
taining this bulletiu during that
time that it is published by making
application at liis office he will en
deavor to accommdate them.
This bulletin service will be of
great benefit to the valley. Observer
Snllivan is to be congratulated that
he is endeavoring to push the work of
the local office in the city to its high
est efficiency. The bulletin and its
invalnable service, comes through his
application for same to the depart
ment.
WEDDING LAST NIGHT.
Two well known young people. Ar
thur Richardson and Miss Madora
Amlorson, joined hands and hearts
last night for better or worse, for
good weal or woe.
The young people have kept the
matter very quiet and even today are
very close mouthed about the mat
ter, as are their friends also.
Miss Anderson lias been residing
here for several years past and is well j
known. She has for a number of
years worked in The Fair store, part
of the time as cashier. She is a
bright and intelligent young woman
with a large circle of friends who
will wish her much happinosH in the
married life.
Arthur Richardson is a well known
youug clerk and has a host of friends.
He has lately been filling a position
at White’s. The marriage ceremony
was performed by Rev. J. E. Weir.
Gustavus Swift, the president
of the Swift Packing Co., died
in Chicago yesterday.
The levees broke at Green
ville, Mississippi, yesterday.
Have you found 349.
Do you trade at 349?
Clean candy at Sparks.
jv. L. Fellows is sending out a
very handy pamphlet from Washing
ton, on the water supply in Colorado
rivers.
W. G. Sclrne. hat moved back to
the city from Deßeque.
The hearing to determine whether
the socialists shall have a place on
the official ballot, took place at five
o’clock this afternoon.
“Through tourist sleeping cars
Grand Junction to Chicago, leave 0:25
*a. m. every Monday, Tuesday and
I Friday via Rock Island system. Best
service and lowest rates. For infor
mation applv to E. Drake G. P. A.
Salt Lake.
See our new spring samples of silk
! shirt waist suits complete sls. Bril
liantiues and etamiues $12.50. Silk
dress skirts sl2. Silk wraps $7.
These suits are ready to wear. We
guarantee the fit. No trouble to
show samples. N. W. Blaine.
David Strutbers. son of Alexander
Strutbers. former master mechanic of
the Rio Grande here, was an arrival
from Douglas, Arizona last Friday.
Dave is being greeted by many old
friends. He will return to Douglas
iu the course of a month. He is much
pleased with his position on the road,
of which his father is superintendent
aud says he thinks that the road will 1
be extended to the Pacific coast. 1
1
Grand Junction, Colorado, Monday, March 30, 1903.
GASH SYSTEM.
The Mesa Dry Goods Company
Has Decided to Sell for Cash
Commencing Wednesday of
This Week.
The Me*a Drj’ Goods company, will
inaugurate the cash system in the
conduct of thr.ir”bußinc.ss commencing
Wednesday, April Ist. The change
j from the credit to the cash system
I has long been iu contemplation by the
I company aud Manager Greenway
thinks no more propitious time pre
sents itself than right now.
Daring the past year this firm has
j enjoyed anuuprecedeiited run of busi
ness, due to the very fairway in
which the trade of the store has been
i ( treated and the prices which they
i have offered to induce trade. In fact
II the entire store has been transformed
1 and now eujovs a larger patronage
1 j than it has ever had in its history.
j The difficulties which generally at
-1! tend the change from one system to
1 another have been dulv considered and
the manager believes that with the
; great special bargains which will
from time to time he offered, will
1 bring more than sufficient trade to
’ offset any losses which they may sus
• tain iu patronage, due to the chang- 1
: mg from the cash to the credit system. 1
’ j To iuaugurute the new system the '
' store has prepared a great “Colossal
* Cash Salo’’ of merchandise. An ad- ■
i, verliseiueut of this big sale appears in
this issue. Iu the offerings there
mad l ), the trade of this city cau find
greater bargains than have ever been
offered heretofore by any bouse doing
business here.
k I The Mesa Store has an immense'
, stock of new goods on lmnd aud these
are all included in the big cash offer
j ing to be made, beginning Wednesday.
J The trade of the city should keep
tab on the big sales which will now*
be inaugurated by this store as it pro
, poses to give back to the customers all
J the money which was formerly con
‘ | sumed in maintaining the credit bus
, iness of the store.
MAD RUNAWAY
i
In Which a Little Girl is Ser
iously Injured.
The children of Albert Levan were
I driving home from olmorh yesterday
' morning and when at a point on the
hill just bevoml the home of F. G.
Chapman, on Fruit Ridge one of the
nold back straps on one of the horses,
broke, causing the wagon to run on
the heels of the horse-* ,and starting
■ I them in a mad runaway down the
hill.
A young boy, 1G years old, was do
ing the driving but he could not mas
j ter the frenzied animals and the wag
jon creened in such a manner, as they
made the wild ride down the hill,
that one of the children, a little girl
of 10 or 12 year* was thrown from the
wagon and sustained severe injuries
iu the abdomau. The little girl was
I conveyed to her borne aud medical aid
summoned. The mother of the chil
dren has been suffering from nervous
disorders aud the shock of seeing her
little one brought home, injured, may
prove disastrous to the mother.
Wanted —A girl for general house
work at 638 Gunnison.
PARKOPERAHOUSE
Edwin A. Haskell, Manager. |
Tickets on sale at Haskell’s Pharmacy.
i " '
Saturday, April 4th. i
Greatest of all pastoral plays ’
OUR j
NEW ;
MINISTER. |
By Don in an Thompson and G. W- tty or. ,
The biggest hit ever known in the
history of the stage.
j THE MESA DRY GOODS COMPANY.
t (Grand Junction’s busy store.) |
SPECIAL SWv H!<rtor!«d a d
PQR fiai Histlry
MONDAY cou |
MORNING.
; 5,000 Sheer Daint y Dimities; regv- 000 ’
J lar 15 cent qvality for W j
S 9c. PEE YARD. 9c. i
I ■ ■ - ■ C
THE MESA DRY GOODS COMPANY
'Telephone 100 Mesa. "j
I j |
_ umirn, ™hmi s --«■«
| Our two stores are crammed full of the |
BEST SPRING GOODS. [
An extra large line of Iron Beds. §
: See Gunn’s Sectional Book Case. :
| A. L. GOURLEY |
5 452 to 456 Main Street. Phone 35-2; Res. 35-4 f’
Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer. Lady Assistant. 5
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Spring Goods
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHINGS.
J. H. ACKERMAN
J
W. H. Bannister j
THE LEADING FURNITURE MAN
j Has branched out with a Double Store. |
I FINE FURNITURE j
A Specialty.
I I Our Chinaware Department is a New featnre of our store. ■
| dr}dertakiQ<£ ir? all its j
• >ivwNasa -a^asa/vvasa^Nat
Just arrived a complete line of ®
® ®
| Silver Grays |
All the rage for Spring Suits.
® 407 Main. *&LOCf f Id*'®* Tail ° r ‘
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