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Spring Furnishing Talkv
FOR MEN ONLY, |
Frank Kirlin’s Emporiump
Underwear. hats, Soft and Stiff
Take Underwear! We They are the identi
have it in every quality. cal Eastern shapes. The 7?
It will fit your purse in Stiff holds sway this
style and quantity. season, altho’ our new v?
Some especially good shapes, in the stylish J?
things to offer in natty soft hats, suit many pur- £5
stuff. chasers. 7?
Our Neckwear is Simply Irresistible. 7?
Nothing in Town Like IT. We Bought 7£
to be Different from Other Stores You 7£
Must See to be Convinced. The Four- 7£
In-Hand-Ascot, Midget still Holds Sway. 7t
We Want to say a word on Shoes. Wc want you
to examine our window styles. They are only a tew. q
You’ll be wise to maKe your shoe purchases of us, as
we have the goods. 7?
We are Selling an Exclusive line of the Famous 7 5
E. &W. Shirts. None better made. 7?
FRANK KIRLIN, 8
Leading Gent’s Furnisher 7 2
THE SENTINEL
LEE & BUNTING, Props.
I. N. BUNTING. Editor and Manager
Lead to
Grand Junction.
All roads lead to Grand Junction,
we have always said and believe it
now more than ever.
The Moffat road will be built to
join the Denver & Rio Grande at
Dotsero or at Wolcott, the through
trains of the Rio Grande running
through by the Moffat road to Den
ver, doing only through business.
Road what the Denver Times says
of the new arrangement and then see
if you are not a believer in the say
ing that all roads lead to this city.
The Denver. Northwestern & Pa
cific has recently purchased the right
of way for a connection with the Den
ver & Rio Grande in Eagle countv,
Colorado. It is considered an au
thentic indication that C. K. Dur
bin’s prediction before the Chamber
of Commerce that the Denver & Rio
Grande would come into Denver over
the Moffat road came from an official
source. The most surprising part
about the transaction is that it is the
Denver, Northwestern, & Pacific and
not the Denver & Rio Grande which
has obtained the right of way the en
tire distance from Grande county to
the connection in Eagle county. This
right of way does not touch Route
county at all. It starts at the top of
the range east of Hot Sulphur Springs
and goes down the Fraser valley to
the Grand river, down the Grand
river through both canons to a point
in Eagle county.
The right of way was surveyed and
mapped out in 1888 and 1889 by the
Colorado railway company, a local cor
poration. the stock of which was
owend by the Burlington. It has been
known for some time that the Moffats
road was using some of the Burling
ton surveys, as no attempt was made
to keep it secret, and it was not gene
rally known that this particular route
leading from the main line down into
Eagle county had been obtained. The
| A. N. BUCKLIN j
General Hardware
X, Many years of honorable business deal
ing has won our store an enviable repu- Jg
tation for square methods. Everything
® kept in a first class hardware store can
8 be found here. 5
I PHONE 544 RED EXPERT TINNER |
survey includes the right of way over
200 feet wide over the public domains
and was transferred to the Colorado
. railway company with the rights to
convey it the same as any other prop
erty. This official conveyance of it
to the Moffatt road was recently inode
in Grand county and ilow it stands
on the records as the property of the
Denver, Northwestern & Pacific.
The right of way would permit of
the construction -of a cut-off from
Kremmling. on the Moffatt road, to
Wolcott or Dotsero, on the Rio Grande,
and would give the Gould road a
straight entrance into Denver without
the necessity of the big loop down by
) way of Pueblo. Only about 80 miles
t of construction would be necessary to
i make the connection between the two
: roads and if built at once would open
part of the Moffatt road for transcon
tinental traffic a year and a half be
i fore the line to Salt Lake is complet
• ed. Mr. Moafftt in outlining the pol
■ icy of his road, said that lie would be
open to all other lines and that any
road could run its trains over the Den
ver, Northwestern & Pacific. He stat
ed it as his belief that such a policy
was the only kind to be followed in
■ these days.
The presence of the Gould repre
• sontatives in Colorado so frequently
i of late has caused various reports of
• what they were figuring upon. It is
l not known whether these visits had
anything to do with the opening up
• of a main line through Denver or
I not. Mr. Gould made a sudden visit
i to Colorado, accompanied by his vice
president aud general manager, Rus
• sell Harding. A few days later the
i head of his financial interests, the
> head Qf his legal department aud his
p personal representatives came to Deu
< ver, presumably on a visit, aud ,now
> comes the announcement that Vice
I President Russell Harding is coming
here to spend a week.
Few people will 'believe that these
, visits just happened aud that there is
• not some object fruther than yet an
nounced behind thorn. Dr. King treats -
i urer of the Missouri Pacific, stated
i that the extension of the Missouri Pa
cific into Denver would not take place
until after the work in Arkansas and
Missouri was completed. If it is the
intention of the Rio Grande to come
into Denver over the Moffatt road,
there is little doubt that the main
line of the Missouri Pacific would
strike Denver about the same time, as
there would be little advantage gained
without the eastern outlet.
The Ladies Emporium can save you
money on your millinery.
Work on the examination of the
treasurer’s books has not been com
pleted.
Go to the Emporium for millinery.
They have hats and prices that suit
you.
The young men who did the adver
tisnig turn for the Brink Tea company
today, were Frank Shores and Ed.
Wishon.
The Ladies Emporium has been so
crowded that they have had to get ex
tra help aud are now prepared to serve
all who come.
Jos. E. Dulmaine and wife leave
tonight for Denver. They will stop
over in Salida for the big Elks ball
and banquet.
Leave subscriptions for the Rocky
Mountain News and Denver Times
at Vorbeck’s Book and Music store,
on sth near Main. «Guy Steele, *gent.
The Ladies Emporium is this sea
son doing the best millinery business
it has ever known aud is better pre
pared to please all customers than
ever before*.
Wednesday night at the Park opera
house there will be a very funny
show. The work is on the order of
trick and farce comedy and is said
to make even the most critical laugh
till they forget to criticise.
The retiring officers of the present
city administration are J. M. Sarnpli
ner. mayor: Lorin Staley, city at
torney; C. B. Rich, treasurer; John
Allison, marshal; John G. McKin
ney, water commissioner; Truman
Ketchum, clerk. All the aldermen
retire although several succeed them
selves, as does Mayor Sainpliner and
Treasurer Rich.
George Smith and C. W. Steele ad
dressed a large number of citizens of
Palisades at the Town hall at that
place on Saturday night on Mr.
Smith’s project for the construciton
of an electric car line through the
valley. Several speeches were made
by various members of the town board
aud there was considerable enthus
iasm. Before the meeting adjourned,
a committee of three was appointed
to take steps to secure the right of
way.
The legislative committee of or
ganized labor in the state in their
check upon the members of the recent
state legislature, have the following
to say about the member of the lower
house from this county, a. B. Hoyt.
“Ho said he wanted to be fair. If so,
his prejudices were too strong for
him to succeed. He belongs to the
most conservative wing of his party.
Thinks it unfair to ask anti-election
pledges. ’’ In the review of the mem
bers of the senate Hon. Horace T.
DeLoug was not named, possibly
because he was a hold-over and
something might be expected of him
in the future.
DANGER OF DIVORCE.
Washintgon, April 19.—“ The Jews
are preserving the home and family
better than we Christians are doing.
I do not know who to account for
this but I know it to be a fact.’’
Bishop Samerlee of the Episcopal
church made this declaration in a ser
mon here tonight, in which the main
object of his discourse was divorce.
“Men,’’ said the bishop, “are losing
rosjiect for the home and caring less
for the farnilj the unit of our civili
zation. On the shoulders of our hus
bands and fathers of the laud rests the
responsibility for the low estate to
which the family has fallen in this
country. This fosters aud encourages
the greatest, curse of the land —di-
vorce—aud the loose manner in
which the sacred marriage vows are
kept.
“The great evil, the most frightful
danger, of our age is divorce and the
breaking down of the family institu
tion. *’ said the bishop. “If it is not
stopped the women of this country
and our race will be degraded within
fifty years. ’’
WOMAN’S CLUB.
The Woman’s club will meet to
morrow with Mrs. J. H. Ramey. The
following program well be given:
German history. Modern German
Scientists— 1. Ernest Haekel, Mrs.
Wilson; 2. Prof. Loeh, Mrs. W. M.
Smith; 3. Dr. Koch, Mrs. Otto: 4.
Dr. Heary Schliemann, Mrs. Jay.
The discussion of next year’s work
will be concluded. On this account
an unusually large attendance is de
sired.
I BE LOYAL PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
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When you buy a sack of Flour, be sure you j
ask for a sack of Imperial or Star. Made j
at home, by home people. Guaranteed to
. give entire satisfaction or money refunded.
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[OUR CLAIM I
Is that we have the Cleanest, Qji
Best and most up to date
grocery in the city. Our goodi qL
are always Ires'll, well kept,
and sold cheap. Try our meats.
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| 233 MAIN STREET. H
Largest and most complete stock oi
WALL PAPER, PAINTS AND GLASS IN THE CITY.
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Shipped direct from U. S. Bended Warehouses. *
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