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W'n** a Pretty Home Wedding.
To spend several weeks at Glen
wood Springs, Colorado Springs and
Kales Park, and then to go to Canon
City to spend the greater part of the
auinnner were the plans of .Mr George
A. Warning and bride when they left
Craud Junction last evening on Rio
Grande No. t». A large number of
friends were at the station to see the
happy couple off on their honey
moon tour.
Yesterday afternoon at 5:30
o'clock, at the Enoch home on North
Sixth street. .Mr. George A. Warning
and Miss Mary Priscilla Enoch were
united in marriage. Rev. L). D. For
syth of the Methodist church, per
formed the ceremony and was assist
ed by Rev. Eugene H. Smith. About
twenty-five relatives and friends wit
nessed the happy event.
The bride looked beautiful in a
dress of imported chiffon. She wore
x veil held together by orange blos
som a and lilies of the valley. She ;
carried u bouquet of white sweet peas j
and lillies of the valley.
Miss Eva Cannon, the bridesmaid,
looked charming in a dress of pale :
blue trimmed in white. She carried I
• bouquet of pale pink roses and t
lilies of the valley. r
The groom and best man. Mr. Wil
liam Weiser. w6re tbe conventional
The parlor was prettily decorated
in roses and under the arcli of the
bay window of the parlor the couple
stood during tin* ceremony.
The wedding march was rendered
at the piano by .Mrs. O. It. Whipple.
As the bridal party entered the room
Mrs. James S. Piniiell sweetly sang
“Gove's Coronation.”
Following the ceremony refresh
meats were served by little Misses
Margaret Forsyth, Muriel Coles and
Ruth Marie Smith.
Many beautiful gifts were received
by tbe bride, including many pieces
of cut glass and silverware.
The bridal couple have the best
wishes of a great army of friends.
Mr. Warning at this time is assist
ing Contractor . ohn J. Lumsden, of
this city, in the work of superintend
ing the construction of Canon City’s
waterworks and as he will be re
tained there most of the summer Mr.
Warning and his bride will not re
turn to Grand Junction for perhaps
several months, Mrs. Enoch, the
mother of the bride, will join them
at Canon City shortly. On their re
turn to this city Mr. and Mrs. Warn
ing will occupy their new bungalow
vn Chipeta avenue.
A Very Merry Surprise Party.
evening at the Martin home
an North Seventh street occurred a
very pleasant surprise party arrang
ed by the many friends of Miss Anna
Martin, in her honor. Upon return
ing to her homo last night. Miss
Martin, was given a beautiful rose
The lights were turned out and the
aierrv young people were concealed
in the house. When her steps were
heard on the porch all made ready
and it would be Imrd to imagine a
more surprised young lady than was
Miss Martin when site was figurative
ly. buried with bouquets hurled from
the hands of some twenty-five of her
best friends.
The party, which was made more
enjoyable by being held on the large
porch, which was nicely decorated
and lighted for tin* occasion, was ex
tremely informal, so much so in fact
that every one had a jolly, rollicking
good time. Refreshments were serv
ed at midnight and it was a late hour
before the guests departed for their
Those present were: Misses Ger
trude Russell. Rebekah Miller. Helen
Smith. Alice Hamilton, Bessie Mon
roe. Edna Blaisdell, Cadanzu Hump
sou. Eienora Cole. Ruby Currie. Fan
nie Slocomh. Inez Kinney. Ruth Mc-
Kinney Messrs. Roy Hamilton. Dti"-
id Mitchell. Howard Bishop. George
Currier. Chas. Norine. Fred Jenkins.
Alin Whittemore. Howell Miller, Clin
ton Hampton, Elmer Russell, Lacy
McClintock. Arthur Allen. Chas.
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!, Coal!!!!
And lots of ir.
Mine Run —Slack.
Lgg and Nut.
Oh! let us figure on your
Coal for the winter.
Ours is free from dirt
And you can depend on our
Lump —it is the best in the city.
Come and see for yourself.
Others say so.
Office Phone
615 So. Ave. Jet. 257
• To Wed At Nine Tills Evening.
• j wit <s three hours remaining for
•I the ringing of the June wedding
’; bells another prominent young couple
• j of this city will have launched their
’ ship upon the sea of matrimony. At
• I !» o’clock this evening Rev. Edwards
■ j will pronounce the words which will
I make two of Grand Junction’s best
’ known and most popular young peo
’ j pie, man and wife. Albert E. Baylis
’|and Miss Brenda Floyd are the prin
’icipals in the happy event and the
' marriage of whom, completes Cupid’s
rob* of honor for the month of June,
1 901).
At the home of the bride’s mother,
Mrs. M. E. Floyd. 11l South Ninth
streer, the wedding will occur. The
home will he prettily decorated and
the ceremony will take place in front
of a bank of palms
Mr. Dan T. Hiil will act as best
man and Miss Bessie DeLong will be
the bridesmaid.
Dressed in an imported Swiss
gown with the draped bridal veil the
white roses and lilies of the valley,
the beautiful young woman will pre-
sent a most charming appearance.
Only the relatives and a few
friends will witness the ceremony.
The ring service will be employed.
Little Miss Virginia Vaughn will act
as ring bearer and the bride will be
given away by her mother, Mrs. M. E.
Floyd. The wedding march will be
rendered by Prof. LaVern H. Brown.
An interesting feature will be the
fact thal the bride will carry an
antique but dainty and artistic fan,
an heirloom cherished for many
years by the family. It has been car
ried by five brides of the family in
years passed. This fan was carried
by ancestors of the* Floyd family at
the inaugural halls of President Lin
coln and President Grant.
Those who will witness the cere
mony are t he following: Mrs. Floyd,
Mr. James Floyd. Mrs. Baylis, Mr.
Frank Hill. Mr. Daniel Mill/Mr. and
Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn. Mrs. Hastings.
Miss Bessie DeLong. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Stewart.
Following the ceremony a banquet
will be served at tin* borne. The
newly married pair will board west
bound No. J for an extended honey
moon through the coast states.
The bride to ho is a very lovely
girl and exceedingly popular in the
younger social set of the city.
Mr. Baylis has long been connected
with the Mesa County National bank
and is y young man of high standing
and splendid worth.
Marion O. Delaplain is planning a
most delightful summer trip for him
self and his wife and little daughter.
They will leave here early in August,
attend the National Irrigation Con
gress at Spokane, spend some time
at i lie fair in Seattle, then take
a steamer trip along the coast, visit
ing San Francisco, Los Angeles, San
Diego, the Cataline Islands and other
points. They will be out of the city
several weeks and naturally are anti
cipating a most pleasant time. Mr.
Delaplain is one of the Grand Junc
tion delegates to ilie National Irriga
tion Congress which convenes at Spo
kane on August 14 for a several days'
Little Miss Selma Sampliner, eld
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Sampliner. is celebrating her tenth
birthday anniversary this -afternoon
with a number of little folks. A very
enjoyable time is being had by them
j at the Sampliner home.
Misses Tessie Volmer and Yfenel
Conway, will entertain forty young
boys and girls this evening at a lawn
party at the home of the former.
Late this afternoon the Cemetery
improvement association holds a
meeting at the office of the Chamber
of Commerce.
Married Last evening a t (! o'clock
Mr. Eddie Lallmann and Miss Ida
(iiesselmant:. by Rev. George Gok
klcr. pastor of the German St. John
church. The wedding was a quiet
one. Tlie young people have a large
eirclr of friends. The bride Is a very
handsome young woman.
Tills evening the marriage of!
Joseph J. Egger and Miss Mary M.
■ Friedman, announced by The Sentinel
- yesterday, will be solemnized at the
■ Catholic church.
A marriage license was issued by
.• County Clerk Starr tills afternoon for
. the marriage of Arnold W'estrup of
Bushton. Kans., to Miss Grace M.
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If you will visit our establishment "we will show yon" —first, the best line of merchandise carried in this city Next, “we will show you"
that, by comparison, quality with quality and price with price, it will pay you to deal with us. Shoddy stuff is expensive at any price.
We can sell you only first-class goods. We wish your continued patronage. We know we can gain this only by asking you moderate pricos
for what we sell. Making money is one aim of this establishment; but we feel that we can make more money by selling our patrons good
goods at fair prices than in any other way. Come in and "we will show you."
Our Wash Goods at Cut Prices
10c 32-inch Fine Batiste; fast colors; at, per yard. $0 05
12c 32-inch Fine Batiste and Foulards; per yard * .07
15c Dotted Swiss and Batiste: per yard • • .10
20c Lawns, Madras. Etc.; per yard .12
25c Irish Dimity and Jacquards: per yard .16
We vill also include our entire line of Silk Mixtured Wash Goods at the out price.
We have secured a large sample line of Dutch Collars and Jabots which we have placed on sale at less than the wholesale price.
Millinery at $l, 2, 2.25, 3, 3.50. 4 and $5.
The Globe Dry Goods Company |
I Swisher, one of the moßt popular
young indies of Palisade.
Tomorrow evening Sam B. Sturte
vant opens his beautiful new theater,
the New Majestic, in the building
erected especially for this popular
playhouse. It is to be one of the
handsomest small theaters in Colora
do. and is not so small, either, seat
ing 500 people. Today Miss Minnie
Louise Ferguson, a brilliant young
actress, arrived in the city, and to
morrow evening, with Mr. Mcßey
fiolds, an actor of splendid ability,
will assist in the big program that
will open the new theater. Mr. Mc-
Kee. the remarkable soloist, will also
appear tomorrow evening. Miss Fer
guson and Mr. Mcßeynolds will give
i lie society sketch. "Drifted Apart.”
Mr. Sturtevant will have every rea
son to be proud of his new theater.
(Continued from First Page.)
The (’apron home at Ord was beau
tifully decorated for the occasion;
and. taken altogether, it was one of
the most delightfully as well as liov
elly planned marriages that ever oc
curred in that town. Mr. (’apron,
the father of the bride, is a wealthy
real estate broker of that place. At
one time Mr. Coe was engaged in*the
same business in competition with
Mr. ( apron at Ord.
The couple made their exit from
Ord in the same manner in which Mr.
Cop arrived, and were speeding on a
train for the west before the event
was generally known.
Mr. Coe is a member of the Coe In- 1
vestment Company of this city, and is
one of the city’s leading young busi- '
ness men. ~
[Special to The Sentinel.]
Fort Collins. Colo.. June 30. With 1
the exception of one lot. the Union '
Pacific railway lias now obtained ev- !
erv foot of property in blocks Nos. 1
(’•. 7. S. 9 and 10 by cash purchases. '
footing $300,000, for a terminal sta
As a result of the coming of the
road several other big deals for down
town property hav6 been eonsummat- ,
ed. The business of the Fort Collins
Packing Company has been purchased
bv tlie John Thompson Grocery Com
pany of Denver. It includes a small
packing house, two meat markets and
some land, tlie total estimated value
being $200,000.
The block owned by the Pond re
Valley National Bank and the Lin
den hotel at Walnut and Linden
streets has been sold by the Loomis
estate to A. J. White of tills city and
Frank W. Streator of Denver.- The
consideration was $30,000. This pur
chase was made for the purpose of
Secretary Mahoney of tlie Chamber
. of Commerce requests anyone who
lias any handsome specimens of fruit
; I)lo8sonis. which they desire to send
j over to the National Educational As-
I sociatlon, to leave them at Ills office.
We are not running a red. green or
blue lag sale, but a bona f-ide rebate
sale from original plain price tags.
per cent rebate on many tilings;
20 per cent rebate on everything.— 1
T.n Crown Furniture Co., 334 Main. I
How about that drive through the I
orchards these beautiful summer'
I days. Call up the Blue Barn, June- j
tion 228.
(’all at tlie tin shop for all kinds ;
of tin. sheet metal and furnace work
and you will lie sure to get the best!
at reasonable prices. Tlie Grand j
Junction Cornice & Heating Com-j
I pany, 724 Main.
Am too old to care for an orchard. >
Will trade for alfalfa ranch or city
property. Price less than value. Ad
dress ”Y” Sentinel.
Take tlie Midland 4 o’clock to Den
ver always on time.
Out l fare for the round trip to Den
ver via tlie Midland.
Blame yourself if you don’t get a 1
i pair of lots in Slocouib's addition.
One of the best equipped livery!
barns and transfer stables in Colo
rado, Barton & Terrill’s corner of
Fifth and Colorado.
$50.00 reward to anyone who can
show that we have changed a single
price tag for our big rebate sale.—
Crown Furniture Co.. 334 Main.
You will have to hurry if you get
one of those new haying outfits at
We can move your pianos on short
notice. The Blue Barn Transfer Co.
Call Junction 228
Every From Rank or Boynton fur
nace installed by us, is guaranteed.
—J. H. Lane.
30 off sale. Crown Furniture Co.
The Very Highest Quality
of tobacco accounts for the fine fla
vor of our cigars. Try a few and
compare them with the cigars for
which you have paid a much higher
price than we ask.
Forget the Price of Our Cigars
while you are smoking them. Judge i
them by the flavor, the fragrance,
the free-smoking quality. You will
be forced to admit they afford as line
a smoke as you ever enjoyed. They
are cigars whose price doesn’t indi
cate their quality by a good deal.
Kraft & Emerson
Canon Block. Phone Junction S7O
Have your Spring ault made by Splkx
The Tailor. Style and perfect fl’
guaranteed. Suite 1120.00 and up.
Cleaning. Preselne and Repairing
Uader G. V. Nat'l Bank.
|\/| W 1 \ / U WORK OFF A COLr
!£s 0 t oh foS , ? up GOLKah
The Grand Valley National Bank
We are at all seasons of the year prepared to meet the
requirements of our customers
VVM J MOT v E &n P «"hW °- " SHOU l wickprsham a L c , «-•
Bees laxative cough syrup
An improvement over many Co..»h. Lun«and Bronchial Remedies, because it rid7thJ
system of a cold by acting ms a cathartic on the bowel,. No ooimtes La7 ‘
satisfaction or money refunded Prepared hr ■mncULE MEDICINE CO CHlcArn d | Vl*
KRAFT & EMERSON " u. s. A,
• It don’t cost a fortune to have r*-
jalr work done by McKenzie. 54*
Colorado avenue.
Hay is King now, but the line of.
hay tools McCary carries is ace higlu*
One of the best equipped livery
and transfer stables in Colorado —
Barton & Terril, Fifth and Colorado
Call Post and Boyd for rigs day or
night. Phone Junction 4 14.
\ What Good
is a high-class physician if you take
ii Vv Ui\ * lis Prescription to a poor druggist?
if- ® ur . Prescription Department is fz**'/
Well Equippted WJf||
*\T for precision and perfection. / ffcx
\ X a,B ° have a large assortment of / mV
\ y Brushes. Sponges. Hot Water Bags. / I^.^
1 and . all Medical Apparatus and |
Dealers Id
High Grade Domestic, Steam and
Blacksmith Coal
Our Smithing Coal is guaranteed to be clean and free from all bone
coal, slate and like impurities.
For Prices Call Jet. 323
Want to go into business. Will
sacrifice my 5-room cottage in order
to get some cash. Address X, Senti
Courteous treatment, reasonable
rates, good horses, nice rigs,—these
are characteristics of the Barton Ac
Terrill livery and transfer stables.
Let us make your old clothes look
new again.—The Suitorium. tele
phone black C 62, 125 South Fifth-st

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