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foOLUME XXV.
NOTICE
the Stockholders of the Industrial
fatores Company of Dolores, Colorado.
YO“ are hereby notified that the reg-
Jgr annusl meeting of the stockholders
the sboved named Company
be held on the 3lst day of
hecember, A. D. 1921, at the hour of
b o'clock p. m- The meeting is held
-+ the purpose of electing a board
girectors for the ensuing year and
ansacting all other business that
gy properly come before the meeting.
bngted at Dolores, Colorado, December
2, 1921. J. T. McDiLL, President
L. GLENN, Secretary.
All Rebekahs are urged to be in at
dance st lodge on January sth, it
ing initistion. |
For Sale - Dry cottonwood at $2.50
cord, stove length. Inquire of
ssorge Turner, or leave orders at Thei
o - 3stf
For Sale—Two water motor washers
done ringer. Second hand but in
xd order. Most any old price.
Rust LUMBER & MERC. Co.
By mistake some one carried away
be collar belonging to the R. S. of |
@. on Decoration Day. Party hav
it is asked to return itto Mrs, f
womas, N. G., or send it to the lodge |
Taken Up—One red cow brand MIL |
left side and one Rone yearling
nd MIL on left side. Said stock is
M. W. Tozerranch in McElmo Canon.
pwner can have stock by paying
advertisining. 1
For Sale--Household goods of alll
jads from a toothpick to a combina- |
o range some for the rich and some |
the poor. Come and see everything
Inquire of G. D. Edwards. At
Puckett's House. 1
CHRISTMAS CANDIES
We are headquarters for the best
ENAMEL WARE
at better than pre-war prices
GROCERIES
CONDIMENTS AND RELISHES
MEATS
Fresh and Cured
SAUSAGE AND LARD
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
to our many patrons.
Yours for service,
INDUSTRIAL STORES CO.
TO OUR PATRONS-- |
We wish you and yours a very
MERRY CHRISTMAS
and a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
The First National Bank
DOLORES, COLORADO
SAFETY STABILITY SERVICE
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THE DOLORES STAR
DOLORES, MONTEZUMA COUNTY. COLORADO, DECEMBER 23. 1921
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MICKIE SAYS—
’ Don’t forget ‘‘The Bazook’’ at the‘
opera house tonight. The second edi
tion of tickets had to be issued in order
to meet the advanced sales. Every
' body will be there. Better join the
orowd
Ladies' Aid Cook Book.
Ladlics Ald COOK DOOK. ‘
| Have you bought a Ladies Aid Cook
Book? If not, you had better get yours
! now. They make excellent gifts, and
- are easy to send through the mail.
- Only One Dollar for nearly Four
i Hundred tested recipes.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
‘ Mrs. Lawrence Lynton was a Du-l
rango passenger on Monday’s train.
| Ida Knoblock went up to Stoner yes
terday to spend the Christmas vacation |
with the home folkr.
Mrs. Delbert Puett arrived in Dolo-’
res Wednesday and is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Tempie Pyle.
Lvin Bradfield left Monday for Phoe-.
nix, Arizona, to spend Christmas with
his brother, Forrest, and family. |
J. H. Wheatland and family came!
down from Telluride yesterday tospend
Christmas with relatives in Dolores. |
The snow and rain of the past week
has done the country much good, but
this April weather in December is very
unusual for this altitude.
Miss Wutson and Miss Keeler, teach- |
ers in the Dolores High school, leftl
Wednesday for Denver where they will
spend their holiday vacation.
On account of Christmas falling on
Sunday this year Monday, December
26th, will be a legal holiday and The
Star office will be closed all day.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Plumlee and
daughter, Murl, and son, Gail, left
Tuesday for Dallas, Texas, for a three
weeks’ visit with relatives and friends.
Yesterday was the shortest day of
1921, and our winter has been very
‘mild so far. We usually get our cold
est weuther in December, but it will
no doubt come later this year.
Miss Ethel Jennings left Friday for
Silyerton to spend Christmas with the
home folks. Miss Naomi Woods is as
sisting Mrs. Bradfield in the telephone
office during Miss Jennings absence.
‘ Sheriff F. H. Whestland left Tuesday
for Pueblo with Joe Wade whom he
| was taking to the State insane asylum.
'The unfortunate man is from the Ack
' men country and refused to talk or
eat.
Mrs Charlie Anderson, sister of Mrs.
R. Bradfield of Lebanon, left for her
home at Alta, lowa, Wednesday, after
'several months visit here. Mrs. Brad
‘field accompanied her sister as far as
Durango.
‘ M. B. Parsons arrived home Sunday
from a visit to Trinidad, and is again
on duty at the T. H. Akin Mercantile
Company’s store. He went out by
‘auto and returned by railroad. He re
ports the going rough on account of
bad roads.
Marshal Gilliland confiscated a gallon
and a half of moonshine and a car be
longing to B. M. Stites of the Ackmen
‘country, yesterday afternoon. The
Marshal saw Mr. Stites on the street
carrying something suspicious and he
investigated with the above results.
Mr. Stites will appear before the dis
trict court, i
Mrs. M. F. Marshall returned to her
home in Mancos after a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Oster
feld, Saturday.
! The Dolores public schools closed
Wednesday evening for the Christmas
holiday vacation. The teachers and
‘pupils will have two weeks of play. :
Delbert Puett, who went to Denver
some time ago for medical theatment
on account of rheumatism, has returned
to Durango very much improved in
health.
The Baptist Sunday school will have
their Christinas services Saturday
evening and the Methodist Sunday
schoo! Sunday evening at their respect- |
ive churches. :
The Fifth and Sixth grades of the |
Dolores schools entertained the pupils
of the other grades and a number of
parents with exercises at the opera
house Wednesday afternoon.
The Christmas Entertainment by the
‘Baptist Sunday School will be given
Saturday evening beginning promptly
‘at 7:00 o’clock and the picture show
'will not begin until 8:30, so that persons
wishing to attend both entertainments
can do so. The Christmas entertain
ment is free.
A number of Dolores people motored |
out to the Ladies Aid entertainment at
Lebanon Saturday night. Wood’s vio
lin orchestra assisted in the music and
a number of Dolores girls, under the
direction of Mrs. E. E. Howell,
appeared in a drill The entertainment
was well attended.
Emma Lee Todd died at her home
in Cortez at 5 o’clock Wednesday
morning. Mrs. Todd has been working
at the Southern Hotel in this place
when she was taken sick Friday and
Saturday was taken to her home.
Acute indigestion was the cause of her
death. Deceased was aged 22 years.
Marshal Gilliland gathered in “Tex’’
Tuesday evening. Mr. Wilson came in
from Telluride Monday with a couple
suit cases of white mule which he
peddled about town at $2.60 a pint.
He done a fine business until the mar
shal spoiled the fun. He furnished
bond for his appearance in court to
morrow afternoon.
A train of fourteen cars of hogs
left Dolores for the Pacific coast Sunday.
Six of these cars came in from Mancos
and eight were loaded at this place.
There were also two cars loaded at this
place and shipped east. With a rail
road to the south, and a short easy
haul our farmers will be on the front
row of prosperity.
The stunt show pulled off at the
opera house Friday night by the
teachers and pupils of the Dolores
schools was well attended. The mov
ing picture show, Spanish fandango,
and the Romance of Salina Sue, were
well put on and provoked much laugh
ter from the audience, as did also the
jokes of Rastus aund Sambo. The
spectacular part was the Atheletic
wedding. This was followed by the
basket ball game between the bald
headed five and the Tigers, and the
Bloomer girls vs. the High school girls.
These games were longer on stunts
than real playing. The Baldheaded
Five had forgotten part ot the rules
of the game and the Bloomer Girls
were to manly to try to win off of the
school girls.
The Dolores River Fish and Game
Club held a called meeting Monday
evening and attended to several matters
of business. An endeavor will be
made to get all persons interested in
the stocking of Dolores river and its
tributaries with trout, and the protec
tion of the game, to become members
of this organization. The membership
fee is only $2.00 a year. This Club
works in connection with the local and
state fish and game officers and, having
been organized less than two years,
have been instrulmental in accomplish
ing some good work. Fishing in the
Dolores river has been improved byi
the providing of nursery ponds to care
for the trout until they are large
enough to be turned into the river.
The Club has a real program mapped
out for next year.
We have a bureau whdse duty it is
to read each week the country news
papers from all over the country.
There is not a paper of any conse
quence in our trade territory that our
bureau does not get. This bureau looks
over these papers and when we find a
town where the merchants ars not ad
vertising in the local paper we imme
diatly flood that territory with our
literature. It always brings results
far in excess of the effort put forth in
territory where the local merchants
use their local papers,’’ said Herman
Rosenfield, abvertising manager for
Sears, Roebuck & Co.—W. N.'U. Aux
iliary. 2
Wanted—Beef, veal, hogs, mutton,
poultry, eggs, Belgian hares, pelts and
hides. G. D. TAYLOR. Itf
Try DuPont’s cement the next time
you break a favorite china or cut glass
piece. Mends perfectly. Lena Bear.
Violins, Guitars, Ukeleles, Mandolins
and all small instruments for Christ
mas.
R. W. HUNTER PilaNo Co., Durango.
Apples at $1.26 a bushel at the
Montezuma County Fruit and Produce
building.
MONTEZUMA LODGE NO. 145
i A.F.and A. M.
! . Stated Communica
| tions Second and
Fourth Thursdays of
‘ Each Month.
Visiting Brothers Cordially Invited
CHARLES W. LiLLy, W. M,
‘ CHARLES L. FLANDERS, Sec'y.
SS— .
THE SOUTHERN HOTEL
MA & Dolores’ Leading Hotel ot st
HARRY MORGAN, Proprietor
GOOD ROOMS. CLEAN BEDS.
FIRST CLASS MEALS.
S M A favorite with commercial men and tourist s s
DOLORES, - - COLORADO
: QUALITY FIRST. SERVICE ALWAYS. :
» TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: ¢
: We take this opportunity to wish you a :
» MERRY CHRISTMAS 4
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' HAPPY NEW YEAR :
& CHAS. H. RASH & CO. :
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#» Christmas Time is Jewelry Time ¢
; No gift is more highly appreciated than well- :
chosen jewelry. Select from our complete stock—you ¢
t can rely on getting full value here. 4
: SILVERWARE, WATCHES, BROOCHES, :
» BRACELETS, WRIST WATCHES, BEADS. g
: VINCENT E. ST. CLAIRE 4
DOLORES, - - - - - COLORADO ¢
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DOLORES, - - - COLORADO :
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Capital and Surplus - $55,000.00 :
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4 We pay 4 per cent interest on
i Savings Accounts and Time Cer
-1 tificates of Deposit. :
1 American Banker’s Association E
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Travelers Checks for, sale. b
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. §
: A good place for your check- p
ing account. : E
J. J. HARRIS, Pres. A. F. HARRIS, Vice Pres. E
R. S. S. FOX, Cashier. F, H, RICKHOFF, b
Ass't Cashier E
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NUMBER 38
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
NEW PRICES
(F. 0. B. DETROIT)
Chassis - - $295
Runabout - 325
Touring Car - 355
Truck Chassis 445
Coupe - - - 595
Sedan - - - - 660
These are the lowest prices of Ford
cars in the history of the Ford Motor
Company.
RUST LUMBER & MERC. CO.
DOLORES, COLORADO

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