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PERSONAL PPAU LI That's what your doing ivhen giving your teeth proper at tention. .1 decayed or lost tooth mars a certain amount of at tract i veness. IT’S EASILY REPLACED 77, r increasing popularity of delighted customers is one evidence of my increasing business. MAKE A CALL AT ONCE. A. A. KING, Dentist rm« Examined Conxeyinclnj Done GEO. O. BLAKE LAWYER OFFICE WITH ANDERSON & TAYLOR Paonla, Colorado L D. McFADDEN, attorney ant) Counselor at • Xaw. 9 Will practice In State and Federal Court* FAONIA. COLO. <J. Hunt, SURVEYOR > Co-op. Phone 10-1' Paonia, Colo. Story of William Tell. The story of William Tell and the dramatic struggle between Austria and Switzerland immor talized in Schiller's epic poem and Rossini's beautiful opera is always remembered by the feat of Tell in shooting the apple from his son’s head. Apples came early into Britain -with the Roman invader, and were brought to America cen turies later by the English colo nists. The story goes that the young ladies of the court dropped apple seeds in'o the pockets of the gentlemen who were about to cross the seas, as the most valu able assets tor life in a wild, new land. No fruit has come into more popular general favor, attained a more universal distribution or been put to a greater variety of uses, than has the apple. There are now over one thousand vari eties known to pomologists and new varieties appear continually as the study of fruit develops. It is known in all lands and to nearly all races, even the savages of the tropics. The apple is un surpassed as an article of food and commerce. It is available at all seasons and may be baked, boiled, stewed, fermented and cooked and preserved in hund reds of different forms. It may be made into liquor, perfumery, medicine, die and dried fruit. The apple has developed from the wild, acrid crab of ancient and savage limes into one of the ieadi g natural loods of modern civilization. It occupies a high po sition due a rich, universal, diver sified and comparatively cheap food Nationally the apple is becom Having contracted for the output of two large distilleries, we are introduc ing the two greatest specials ever of fered to the public,quality considered. Four Full Quarto A RUBY SPRINGS m WHISKEY yf Afted in wfKnl. and fully HI matured, deliver**! to your ■■ very door for 54.00. m i Four Full Quarts SSlucky springs^ IfiEf.! WHISKEY W Hot tied under the super- s®*; vision of the U. H. Govern- ‘MbkhhH Ejn nii'nt in bond and Ruaran lull til'd ti) !)•' four years old. ■g|i§| if ■I Delivered. SS.OO. Bend exprem or money order. No Roods sent C. O. D. AH Roods sent in plain unmarked packages. Address Mil orders to THE L. M. WEINER WINE GO. Dopartmont M., 23S Emplro Bldg. DENVER, COLORADO Catalog and Price List free on request ing an important product and it is fitting that some very large Na tional Apple Shows should be held to further the interests in the culture of our “King of Fruits.” Perhaps the greatest of these Shows will be held in Den ver, Colorado, January 3d to Bth, 1910. Every feature of the apple industry will be shown in an in teresting and instructive manner. Bone Mesa Items. Sam Angevine sold his 80 acre ranch on Stewart mesa to Mr. McDonald, consideration SIO,OOO. Mr. Angevine and sister left this week for Nova Scotia where they will make their future home. Mr. Foster, of Grand Valley, Colo., moved into the house for mally owned by F'red Holzborn. The Paonia F'ruil Exchange has erected a large tent near the John Lucas corner to he used for packing purposes. Miss Anna Meek gave a riding party in honor of Miss Fern Fer gus on last F'riday. Refresh ments were served on the lawn afterward and a pleasant time was enjoyed by all. Miss Mildred Stickle gave a Corn roast Tuesday evening to which quite a number of young people gathered to enjoy the games and refreshments. Miss Fern F'erguson left for her home in Los Angeles, Calif., after a three weeks visit with Miss Jessie Chase. Waited. A few first class Real Estate Loans, optional payments on Town Residences, no delay money on hand. C. C. Hawkins. Do You Wait a Home? Then see I. D. McFadden at once and buy one ot those choice fruit farms with plenty ol water which he is selling to good work ers who have nothing but their labor to invest. Low prices, easy terms and no cash required at tme of purchase. Paonia Defeats Delta at Teunis. A team conalatlng of Messrs. Hock* well, Die trick, Nielson, and Wood went to Delta Monday and defeated tile Delta team at tennis 8 to .’l. Hock well’s steady playing and back line work together with Nielson's net work were the strong features of the tournument. The court was In excellent condi tion and some fast tennis was the result. The I’aonlu team reports a fine time and a very courteous recep tion by the Delta team, which they hope to duplicate when Delta plays the return match. The score Is as follows: Doubles: —Fairfield and Hay, Delta defeated Ilietrlck and Wood, I'aontu, C-3.fi 2. Nielson and Rockwell, l’ao nla, defeated Hillman and Stoekhain Delta, 6-4, 3•«, 10 8 Fairfield and Hay, Delta, defeated Nellson and Rockwell, Paonia. l!-0, 2-C, 7-5, Dlet rtek and Rockwell, Paonia, defeated Hay and Stoekhain, Delta, fi 0, fi-4. Singles:—Rockwell, Paonia, de feated Ray, Delta, 411, «4, fi 2. Dlet rlck, Paonia, defeated Stoekhain, Delta, 7-5, 2-6, fi-1. Hillman, Delta, defeated Ilietrlck, Paonia, fi-3, 6-2. Rockwell, Paonia, defeated Hillman, Delta, 6-1. Rockwell, Paonia, de feated Stoekhain, Delta, 7-5. Diet rick, Paonia, defeated Baird, Delta, 6-4, 6-0. Rockwell, Paonia, defeated Baird, Delta, 6-1, 6-2. [Continued from page three] “Oh. but I can’t believe it! I can't believe It!" cried the girl. “It’s not possible! He’s so strong, so true and manly, so kind, for all his gruffness!’' “Ah, my dear!” soothed Winthrope, “that Is the pity of It. But when a man must needs be his worst enemy, when he must needs lead a certain kind of life, he must take the conse quences. To put it as delicately as possible, yet explain all. I need only say one word —paranoia." Miss Leslie gathered up her day’s outfit with trembling fingers and went to mount the cliff. After waiting a few minutes Win thrope walked hurriedly through the cleft and (limbed the tree-ladder with an agility that would have amazed his companions. But he did not draw himself up on the cliff. Having satis fied himself that Miss Leslie was well out toward the signal, he returned to the baobab and proceeded to examine Blake's door with minute scrutiny. That evening, shortly before dark, Blake came In almost exhausted by his Journey. Few men could have cov ered the same ground In twice the time. It had been one continuous round of grass Jungle, thorn scrub, rocks and swamp. And for all his pains he brought back with him noth ing more than the discouraging Infor* matlon that the back-Country was worse than the shore. Yet he betrayed no trace of depression over the bad news, and for all his fatigue main tained a tone of hearty cheerfulneaa until, having eaten his fill, he sudden ly observed Miss Leslie’s frigid po liteness. "What’s up now?” he demanded "You're not mad 'cause I hiked off this morning without notice?" "No. of course, not. Mr. make. Noth ing of the kind. But 1—" (To be continued.) Watch for Kempton Komedy Ko. next week. The Little Boston is a dandy place to eat. Try it, boys. Asa Hockett arrived in Paonia last evening from Colorado Springs for a visit with his son, Levi Hockett and family. Master Dewey Hill, one of the local reporters for - The News paper, drew the dollar prize from the local box last Saturday. Mrs. Martha Shute, of Denver, Secietary of the State Board of Horticultnre, was in town a few days the first of the week boost ing the Exposition to be held at Denver in the near future. Paonia Schools Open. The Paonia schools will open tor the coming term on Monday morning, September 27th, and if is important ihat all who intend to enter should prepare to do so at that time Attention 40 acres, 3 y, miles southwest of Paonia, 800 3 yr-old peach trees, 300 3 yr-old apple trees, (! acres alfalfa. Good water right, SI,OOO. F.asy terms. Address J D. Meek, Paonia, Colo. For Sale. (! room house and 3 lots. In the incorporation and nearly new Price SI,BOO. Call on C. C Haw kins or write to Will Olinger, Delta. Colo. First Class Home Made Bread. At Eisenkramer's Meat Market. I also sell it at home or deliver to any part of the city on order. Phone !)L Mrs. J. J. Gabi.er. Dissolution of Partnership. This is to certify that the I'irm of Lucco & Noe is this day dis solved by mutual consent, Mr. F’red W. I.ucco having bonglit out the interest of S. P. Noe and will continue the Business, and solicits old as well as new friends for anything in his line of work. All bills contracted will be paid by Fred W. Lucco. Signed: Fred W. Lucco, S. P. Noe. July 29th 1909. 1 The Peoples Meat Market} | * t Is the Most Reliable Market in the City. + j We handle all kinds of Fresh ressed Meats, J j Produce, Lunch Goods, Smoked and Salt | I Meats. Your Patronage is Kindly Solicited. | I Come in and See f I OUR LINE OF GOODS FOR YOURSELF. | j PHIL EISENKRAMER, Prop. | Colonist Rates to California Northwest FROM ON SALE SEPT, i sth To Colorado Springs TO OCT. X sth, 1909 Pueblo San Diego Canon City Sen lose Leedville M Sente Berbere Glen wood Spring. HI M W ■ Seceemeoto Dclte M A Frexao Grand Junction ala W a I Port lend Gunnison ■■ wF Tacoma Mootroee See tile A daily line of Pullman Tourist Cars will leave Denver via the Denver and RioCrande running through to San Francisco and Los Angeles without change Foe lofoemetioo regerdiog Treio Service, Pullmeo Reservations, etc., etc., cell oa THE RIO GRANDE AGENT S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A, Denver, Colo. To more’ sg 1 ' .I"'”’. ’ ~ '* -5 ’ ' want t ’ 1 i’•; " ■ • M-lf and < lt*| •»* i 111 *" . • •; I \". ) u nf//7 u,in,f :! vti don? w.mt t>> ».-»« k W.trci V«MJ f•• r \r ,t: i i tli.it mw'iy ;•<>/ to nun mot, Kauri:-.; mean*. hoidtui* •< "ftcr VH position independence, happiness, and a mm t to for Ti o : »' 1 1 * ■ ttjiofl t hoi;v;,tl'! . '.V O i. v , pot ns now i.s .. .» L VHHHBHfIfIj of til*- IN I !M< \ v -si, I NCI St ll. Hits ' how thrm how • . .t< < • *:n |>l :-.h t h«> < l.r-t \«\it l • students v«>l untardy reported increases in salary amounting to ever two million dollars! livery month -in average of ,300 men voluntarily I report to us advancement in position and earnings. Why not make I YOUR start this month? I HOW TO 00 IT • International Correspondence Schools * Simply mark on t in* coupon * Denver,Colo. Agency, 1039 Tremont St. • the position you wish to ecure, • ' - * ... I then tear out end mail t I " 1 ' 11 r •*•' " l 1 * • to the Internationa! Correspoi.d- * 1.' *• or. H.-- • • * ; *' -• • ence School*,. I his put-. v«»ii • . • ~ ’ C.rll.rl, - A R-.'ltfer W under no obligation whatevci in:? * m."'• allows our experts to adapt a * m w *"*. • Course tr> your individual needs • “"’"•H-t.. * and circumstances. * •uh*« tupi. s.„h*„g., • *'•"•*••1 PliMqj.apx,. • You've got to earn more money * , The I. C. S. will help you. * N«w * \WIII you take the start today? 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