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The newspaper. (Paonia, Colo.) 1904-1910, September 17, 1909, Image 6

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IMPROVING RR AIJTY
PERSONAL 1—
That’s what your doing when giving your teeth proper at
tention. . / decayed or lost tooth mars a certain amount
of attractiveness.
IT'S EASILY REPLACED
The increasing popularity of delighted customers is~on
evidence of my increasing business.
make a call at once. A. A. KING, Dentist
MOISEY LOANED
_ ON REAL ESTATE.
Long Time, Easy Payments,
RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED.
The Jackson Loan & Trust Co.
329 CENTURY BUILDING,
DENVER, COLO. JACKSON, MISS.
Titles Examined Conveyancing Done
. GEO. O. BLAKE
LAW Y E R
OFFICE WITH ANDERSON & TAYLOR
Paonla, Colorado
I D. McFADDEN,
attorney ant> Counselor at
• Xaw. 9
Will practice In State and Federal Court#.
P AON lA. COLO.
J. Hunt.
j. SURVEYOR >
Co-op. Phone 10-F"
Paonia. Colo.
For Sale.
“One Minute" washing machine.
New, used very little; with wringer
$lO. Box 35, Paonia. 8
Wanted.
A few first class Real Estate
Loans, optional payments on
Town Residences, no delay
money on hand.
C. C. Hawkins.
First Class Home Made Bread.
At Eisenkramer’s Meat Market.
1 also sell it at home or deliver to
any part of the city o.< order.
Phone 51. Mrs JJ. Gaoler.
Having contracted for the output of
two large distilleries, wear* introduc
ing the two greatest specials ever of
fered to the public,quality considered.
Four Full Quarts
0 RUBY SPRINGS m
jjj WHISKEY U§
Aged in wood, and fully H
gb- matur-d. d*-ltv**r*-d to vur ■■
y door for *4.00.
Four Full Quarts
LUCKY SPRINGS^
WHISKEY 3g|r
Hnttlod under the
j virion of the U. 8. Govern- . «wiw*
|h| merit in bond and (ruarm.- tjU
■ • ■ i • : ■fHH m
Delivered, *5.00.
Send expre** or money order. No (roods nent
C. O. I>. All goods K*'"t in plain unmarked
psek t*r“’* Address *ll orders to
THE L.M. WEINER WINE GO.
Department M., 238 Empira Bldg.
DENVER, COLORADO
Catalog and Price Lint free on request
Above we llluatrate the set of dishes we nrc furnishing our subscribers.
We Invite all our lady friends to call and examine these goods. They arc
worth three times what they cost Is the general verdict of good Judges.
The Closing Night.
The Kemptons played their
last night’s engagement on Satur
day the 11th and contrary to the
usual rule the play was generally
considered the best of the series.
They presented “Brown front
Missouri" and delighted a large
audience. In this production Miss
Adele Bradford appears to the
best possible advantage. The role
seems to fit her in every way and
this too may be said of Clare
Hatton and J. J. Craig, the stage
villian of the play. These people
are all clever in their respective
parts and did good work in the
previous presentations but they
simply excell in the play above
mentioned. This week they play
Delta and next they will entertain
the Gunnison tunnel visitors at
Montrose.
I Offer This.
28 acres 2Jj miles below Paonia.
River bottom land 500, apple and
peach trees 4 and 5 years old.
Alfalfa ground cuts 20 tons.
Best garden aground 10 acres,
A 1 water right, 4 room house,
etc. Price 54.500, 52.000 down.
Balance to suit.
C. A. Wood,
Montrose.
I. D. McFadddk,
Paonia.
For Sale.
I offer for immediate sale one
ot the best places in town, lo
cated in Orchard addition, at a
bargain. For information ad
dress me at postofficc.
C. S. Linn.
[Continued from page three]
high time for me to be cabling a ship
to run up from Natal, or down from
Zanzibar, to look around for jettison,
et cetera.”
"I’m sure papa will offer a big re
ward.”
‘‘Second the motion! I’ve a sort
of idea I wouldn't mind coming in for
a reward myself.”
‘‘You? Oh, yes; to be sure. Papa
is generous, and he will be grateful
to anyone who —”
‘‘You think I mean his dirty
money!” broke in Blake, hotly.
Her confusion told him that he had
not been mistaken. His face, only
a moment since bright and pleasant,
took on its sullenest frown.
Miss Leslie rose hurriedly and
started along the cleft.
‘‘Hello!” he called. ‘‘Not going for
eggs now, are you?"
She did not reply.
“Hang it all. Miss Jenny! Don't go
off like that."
"May I ask you to excuse me, Mr.
Blake? Is that sufficient I”
"Sufficient? It's enough to give a
fellow a chill! v Como, now; don’t go
off mad. You know I’ve a quick tem
per. Can’t you make allowances?”
"You’ve —you’ve no right to look so
angry, even if I did misunderstand
you. You misunderttood me!” She
caught herself up with a half sob. His
silence gave her time to recover her
composure. She continued with ex
cessive politeness: “Need I repeat
my request to be excused, Mr. Blake?”
"No; once is enough! But, honest,
now, I didn't mean to be nasty.”
"Good-day, Mr. Blake."
"Oh, da-darn it. good-day!” he
groaned.
When, a few minutes later, she re
turned, he was gone. He did not
come back until some time after dark,
when she had withdrawn to her lean
to for the night. His hands were
bleeding from thorn scratches: but
after a hasty supper he went back
down the cleft to build up the new
wall of the barricade with the great
stack of fresh thorn brush that h«*
had gathered during the afternoon.
CHAPTER XXIII.
The End of the WorW.
“n
N th«- morning he met Misa
Leslie with a sullen bear
ing. which, however, did
not altogether conceal his desire to
be on friendly term* Having re
gained her self-control, she responded
to this with such tact that by evening
each felt more at ease In the new re
lationship. and Blake had lost every
trac«* of his moroseness. The fact
that were passionately fond of
music proved an immense help. It
gave them an impersonal source of
mutual sympathy and understanding
—a common meeting-ground In the
world of art and culture, apart from
and above the plane of their material
wants.
(To be continued.)
Notice,
The Public School library will
be closed alter Saturday, Sept.
4th until school begins.
Real Estate Transfers.
Warranty deeds recorded during
week ending Heptemlier 14,1900, fur
nished by the Delta Abstract Co.
John C. McCord to Oliver Y. Baker,
tract near Hotchkiss. $12,000.
Oliver V. Baker t«> Heart's Delight
Orchard Co., tract near Hotch
kiss, sl.
E. H. Scoby to Kaneome Pearce, 1
lot Hotchkiss, S6OO.
Emma M. Rudolph to Daniel Alle
haugli, 4 lots Paonin, $.’1,200
W. L. Clark Sr. to John C. Bower
man, tract near Delta, $1,500.
H. H. Hooker to T. C. Fry, 2 lots
Paonia, s.‘loo.
Daniel M. Brock to school Dint. No. 2
2 lots Hotchkiss, $337.
Arthur Cartwright to Carrie M.
I>eonard, 2 lots Delta, $1,785.
M. C. I>e fling well, to L. C. Bolton. 3
acres near Cedaredge, sl.
Kennedy and Dnffleld to Lenua
Jacobson, 2 lots Cedaredge, S7O.
James K. Grunt to W. F. Shlnaman,
tract In Cedaredge, S3OO.
W. C. Overhults to Albert Andreen,
2 lots Cedaredge, SSOO.
Joseph Hogrefe to W. C. Overhults,
2 lots Cedaredge, SSOO.
James A. Dorman to Wm. L. Bailey
and W. G. Davidson, % Interest SO
ucres near Cedaredge, $2,600.
G. A. Hawkins to M. C. Lefllngwcll,
*3 acres near Cedaredge, sl.
John E. Hillman to J. D. Hawkes Sr.
3 lots Delta, S3OO.
Joseph Montague to Chas. J. Olson,
et al, one-sixth Interest 160 acres
near Crawford, SBOO.
Mate P. Cuddyhack and Vlnnle Davis
Duke to Hugh Atchley, tract near
Delta, S3OO.
Old papers for sale at this office
25 cents per hundred.
{The Peoples Meat Market!
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♦ Is the Most Reliable Market in the City. J
J We handle all kinds of Fresh ressed Meats, J
.?• Produce, Lunch Goods, Smoked and Salt t
| Meats. Your Patronage is Kindly Solicited. ♦
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Colonist Rates to
California and the Northwest
FROM ON SALE SEPT. Jsth To
SZL. Spring, TO OCT. 15th, 1909
Pueblo San Diego
Canon City San lose
Leadville Santa Barbara
Glen wood Springs HI M I Sacramento
Delta M Fresno
Grand function W a I Portland
Gunnison Tacoma
Montrose Seattle
A daily line of Pullman Tourist Cars will leave Denver
via the
Denver andßioGrande
running through to
San Francisco and Los Angeles without change
For Information regarding Train Service, Pullman Reservations, etc., etc., call on
THE RIO GRANDE AGENT
S. K. HOOPER. G. P. & T. A, Denver, Colo.
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