The Telegraph accepts classified adverising anytime prior to Tuesday at noon. Ads are a total bargain at $5 for 25 words or less and 20 cents for each additional word. Ads can be submitted via email (, fax (259-0448) or in person (534 Main Ave, Durango). Prepayment is requested on all classifieds.

Drivers Wanter
Do you spend your Thursdays in the car between Durango and Bayfield, Pagosa or Silverton? The Durango Telegraph is seeking loyal subjects to deliver our esteemed product to these three locations. Inquire at 259-0133.
Banjo lessons
Someone to give me banjo lessons! Will trade out for beer or will pay cash. Bryant 247-2236. Seeking semi or pro musicians only. NO NOODLERS!
Vacation Rental
Close to downtown. Everything you need for comfort and convenience. Don’t wait – we book up fast! 970-259-9466 or
Rooms for Rent
$149/week, 4th week free. Continental breakfast & maid service. Econolodge, 2020 Main Ave.
Rooms for Rent
$149/week, 4th week free. Nice place - No riff-raff. Adobe Inn, 2178 Main Ave.
Professional Massage Therapy
Monday through Friday with Sally Brown in her lovely Durango office. 13 years experience with sports and medical massage. 90 minute massage only $50 for new clients. Call 749-0604.
Ancho’s Home Cooking
Personal chef service, personal chef Kathy Stayford. No thyme to cook? Need a tasty gift? Call a personal chef! Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and one-time service. Gift certificates available. Fully licensed. (970)799-2420.
Start your week with a treat!
Community Massage Clinic at Southwest School of Massage, Monday afternoons. $20 for a one-hour student massage. Call 259-6965 to make an appointment.
Men With Paint
Interior/exterior decks: sanding/ staining. Free estimates. Look good for the holidays
The Human Design System
Integrating Astrology, the I’Ching, the Tree of Life and the Chakra system. Private readings in Durango by Erika Berglund. 970.259.4418.
Single, nonsmoking woman
Needs housesitting/caretaking position. Temporary/ permanent. October/ November. Will do some work in exchange for partial rent. Durango/Four Corners. (970)-387-5737 (Linda).
An evening of Digital Photography
with Kit Frost. No experience necessary. December 4, 6-8 p.m. Call 259-4458 for more information.
Digital Photography Classes
Offered through the Open Shutter Gallery, 755 East Second Ave., with instructor Paul Boyer. Call for our fall schedule. 382-8355.
1989 Mazda MX-6 Turbo
Including all season tires and studded snows. $1,200 obo. Peppy car runs great! Call 375-1734.
1990 Ford Taurus Wagon
155K miles, AC, four all-season tires, stereo. Reliable with few cosmetic blemishes. $950 obo. Mike 946-2459
1976 BMW 2002
Runs great, many new parts. $1,600 OBO. Paul, 259-7377(w) or 385-5487(h).
1991 Ford Explorer
2 door, manual, $2,800. 375-2842
’87 VW Vanagon Syncro 4WD
Runs & looks great, 65K on engine, new transmission, many new parts, tinted windows, kitchen, 3rd owner, gold, $5300. 259-4418
Coats needed for upcoming play
The children’s Museum of Durango and the Durango Arts Force is conducting a coat drive through Nov. 14 for the upcoming theatrical production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” All coats collected will later be donated to the Durango Community Shelter and Southwest Safehouse. Drops coats and jackets off at the Children’s Museum, 802 East Second Ave., Wed. – Sat., 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. or Sundays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 259-9234
2003 City Arts Grant Applications
Durango City Grants for the Arts applications are now available at the Durango Arts Center reception desk, 802 East Second Ave. Deadline is Dec. 18. 259-2606 for more info.
Cat found
On Lightner Creek Road on October 21. Small, short-hair, female cat. Grey and black on body, legs, belly and front feet are white. Seems afraid of outdoors. Molly 749-4685.
Physically fit,
emotionally healthy DM seeking same in female, 30-45, for outdoor fun (ski/hike, etc.) road trips, overseas travel, wining and dining. Please reply to



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