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VOLUME XXV.
1 of the 30
Established branches on the Western
glope. Next visit Tuesday afternoon
and Wednesday ~ morning, 17-18
Southern hotel. Home office Gnm.i
Junction, first week every month
Special treatment for crossed eyes nné
other difficult defects of sight without
drugs or knife. Consult H. Masten
Risley, Optometrist and eyesight
.pecisliuL S
For Sale - Dry cottonwood at $2.50
a cord, stove length. Inquire .of
George Turner, or leave orders at The
Star office. agtf
A full line of school su| li
Star office. Eppe: he
to the Stockholders of the Industrial
Stores Company of Dolores, Colorado.
You are hereby notified that the reg
ular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the saboved named Company
will be held on the 14th day of
January, A. D. 1922, at the hour of
2 o’clock p. m. at the Town hall, Dolo
res, Colorado. The meeting is held
for the purpose of electing a board
of directors for the ensuing year and
transacting all other business that
may properly come before the meeting.
Dated at Dolores, Colorado, December
21, 1921. |
J. T. MchiLL, President
W. L. GLENN, Secretary.
For Sale—Two water motor washers
and one ringer. Second hand but in
good order. Most any old price.
371tf Rust LUMBER & MERC. Co.
Ladies’ Aid Cook Book.
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 |
Hundred tested recipes. |
é COMING |
: January 23, Dolores Opera House i
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Fresh and Cured Meats
Home-Rendered Lard 17:c
Head quarters for Good
Shoes at Fair Prices.
Winter Caps at $1.45
Overalls $1.75
Groceries, Cordiments
and Relishes
Yours for service,
INDUSTRIAL STORES CO.
DOLORES. COLORADO
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THE DOLORES STAR
DOLORES. MONTEZUMA COUNTY. COLORADO, JANUARY 13. 1922
MICKIE SAYS—
“TWIS NEWSPAPER ADVERTISES OuR
OWN IN DISTANT STATES WHERE QR
WOST PROMINENT BANKER OR.
ERCHANT \S UNKNOWN AND THE
INPRESSION TH' QUYSIDE WORLD
GAINS OF THIS €Y DEPENDS ON
HOW WELL YOO SUPPORT VouLR,
HOME PAPER. AND HOW
PROSPEROLS T LOOKS
About Coal.
After haying tried all the other
brands, including the Cheap Coal, have
you ever tried anything as good as
Hesperus conl. It lasts much longer
and holds fire until it is completely
burned. A new vein just opened, it
is better and cleaner than ever.
THE RusT LUuMBER & MERC. Co.
40-43.
You will miss a rare treat if you miss
the next lyceum number. [ know
Miss Smith and she is the best reader,
imitator of birds and animals and child
impersonator | have ever heard.
C. L. FLANDERS.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
1 Mrs. Corene Fulkersin left yesterday
for her home in Mancos.
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! C. L. Flanders of the Baptist church,
'h(‘ld services at Rico Sunday evening.
E; W. Caylor of Lebanon was a
‘business caller at The Star office Sat
urday.
W. L. Glenn of Lebanon, returned
Sa(urduy from a ten-days visit in
Denver,
J. H. Trimble was a Rico passenger
on Monday,s train, returning home
’Tuesduy, i |
Mrs. J. Q. Russell and children left
for the homestead Sunday after a
month spent in Dolores. ‘
‘lc(.- harvest has been in full blast
this week and a good quality of ice
Wus put up.
Lottie Puett and daughter went to‘
Millwood Tuesday after a visit with
relatives in this place. ‘
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| Mr. and Mrs. Frank Philley were
over from Cortez Wednesday shaking
;h:md-fl with old friends.
The Dove Creek postoffice with all
its contents was destroyed by fire
about 11 o’clock Saturday night.
Mrs. D, C. Reavis returned Monday
from Durango. Mrs. Reavis spent the
holidays with her son, John and wife.
~ Mrs. Story died Wednesday at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. R. For
sythe. The funeral will be held today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Trimble and
daughter, Winnie, left Sunday for
California where they will spend the
winter,
Mrs. Guy Fox and daughters re
turned to their home at Rico yesterday
after a few days visit at the R, S. S.
Fox home.
Undersheriff Warren Wheatland
was oyer to Durango the first of the
week on official business, returning
home Wednesday.
District Attorney George Lane came
over from Durango Wednesday to look
after official business. He was prose
cuting some bootleg cases at Cortez
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelly returned
yesterday from Durango where they
had been on a short business trip and
departed on the afternoon stage for
their home at Cortez. 1
The Union service next Sunday even
ing will be at the Baptist church.
Special music by the choir and a simple
gospel meeting should be a sufficient
inducement for you to attend.
The members of Volunteer Hose
Company No. 1, accompanied by their
wives, ate chicken supper at the Dodge
In restaurant Monday evening. After
supper a short business session was
held.
‘ The January meeting of the Parent
‘Teachers Association will be held in
“the High School building Friday even
i ing, January 28. An excellant program
will be given and all members are
|ur;zed to be present.
~ Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pryor, and
'daughter, Ethel, and Anna Giorgetta
iweru initiated into the mysteries of
‘the Pythian Sisters Wednesday even
ing. After lodge lunch was served
}nnd a general good time enjoyed by all
| present.
A double-header basket ball game
will be staged between the Arriola
‘and Dolores schools tonight (Friday,
January 13) at Bp. m. Both boys and
’girls will play. Dick Wilson, the
stage driver between Dolores and Cor
‘ tez, has been engaged to transport the
‘visiting teams. ‘
With railroad connection to the
south byway of Gallup, and to the
west byway of Monticello, and a saw
mill that will employ three hundred
men and double our population, Dolores
will be the biggest and best town in
Montezuma county. Prosperity is
certainly headed our way. Are you
preparing to takej_o.ur share.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kuykendall and
Roscoe Kuykendall and family left the
first of the week for Montrose where
they will make their homes. W. P.
Jocated on the Granath mesa several
‘years ago and by hard w_ork put con
siderable land under culhvatl'on. He
has sold part of his possessions and
signed up 160 acres to the San Juan
railroad. He is leaving here because
he feels that when a man reaches the
three score and ten year mark he
should ease up a little on hard wurk.i
and because he expects to find a pl.ncei
where he can make money easier,
They have a small tract of land on the
edge of Montrose 'whlch he will work‘
to pass away the time.
H. F. Morgan went up to Soulen’s
mill Wednesday.
If you toot your little tooter and lay
away your horn, within a week there’'s
not a soul will know that you were
born. The man who tries to advertise
by short and sudden jerks is the man
who’s always kicking because it never
works.
It is the policy of The Star not to
‘publish items of idle gossip nor to men
tion the petty scraps that take place
occasionally in our community. We
racognize the community as one big
family —and family quarrels do not look
good in cold newspaper type. There
may be occasions, however, when the
peace and dignity of the entire com
munity might become envolved, and at
such times we would feel that it was
our duty to direct attention in a gen
eral way to certain abuses, if by so
doing there be hope of correcting them.
A good way for anyone to get their
names in The Star is for them to do
something worthy as well as of inter
est. But go away with trouble!
Rebekahs Install Officers
At the regular meeting of the Re
bekah Lodge, Thursday night, January
sth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver were
initiated, and Monday night, January
9th the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs held
joint installation.
The following Rebekahs were in
stalled: Cliffie Thomas, N. G.; Georgia
Johnson, V. G.; Minnie St. Claire,
conductor; Ethel Jennings, warden;
Lilly Dunham, chaplain; A. W. Hoppe,
secretary; Lula Brumley, Fin. Sec.;
Iva Spyers, treasurer; Helen Bradfield,
R. S. N. G.; Pearl Lowe, L. S. N. G.;
Alice Akin, R. S. V. G.; Mary Taylor,
L. S. V. G.; May McAnear, P. N. S.;
Lenore Beaber, 1. G.; Eva Arnold, O.
G. A nice lunch was served and all
report a nice time. They usually have
something doing so watch for an
nouncement of the box social soon.
LAKE VIEW
Miss Emma Ellermeyer 1s visiting
her sister, Mrs. Camp while Roy is
away with the lambs.
J. W. Berry lost a fine young calf
by bloat Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Dunham visited with
Mrs. Berry Wednesday of last week.
The Ninth grade girls, under the
supervision of Mrs. Taylor, ure pre
paring hot lunches which are served to
the children at noon. Quite an idea.
Several of the patrons of the Lake
View school were tagged, while in
Cortez with a P. T. A. tag. Too bad
that the citizens of Lake View can
not see the necessity of this organiza
tion. If we had the P. T. A. in good
working order we could save gasoline
running around with our various peti
tions.
One day a few weeks ago we needed
a small article which we purchased at
the Cortez drug store for 36 cents.
Shortly afterwards we needed another
article exactly like the one purchased
at Cortez and bought it at the local
store for 10 cents. Whose fault is that?
Mr. and Mrs. Rauh and son, Creigh
ton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Kruse.
Mrs. Olson spent Sunday afternoon
at the Irving home.
Myron Kruse has been doing some
butchering for Wm. Ritter this week
for the Taylor-Ritter trade.
Wm. Ritter was in our neighborhood
Sunday looking after his interests.
One car ventured through this week.
We never heard where it thought it
was going nor where it went instead.
Miss Lola Fitzwater is visiting the
Englehart family in Cortez.
The Berry pond has been the center
of attraction since the young folks
found the ice in good condition. Bon
fires and shrieks of happy youth are
part of the game. Some of the young
sters are learning to skate and take a
few hard bumps.
The Irving children are back in school
after battling with chicken pox for
several weeks,
GRANATH MESA
Mrs. Tim Jones has been a patient in
the Cortez hospital the past week.
Edward Widick was on the mesa
Saturday after a stray horse.
The Community club spent Wednes
day of last week with Mrs. Arthur
Starkey.
The Schofield family spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Gross.
Ira L. Harmon, Roy Pryor and Mike
Spyers went to Cortez, Thursday to
prove up on Mr. Harmon's 160 acres.
Rev. S. L. Ford took them to Cortez
in his car.
Mrs. Will Gilliland of Dolores, spent
Thursday with the Powers family.
W. P. Kuykendall and family left
for their new home at Montrose, Colo
rado. = The boys and Ralph. Knoble
drove the livestock sround by- the
lower country to Montrose.
Mr. Powers has rented the W. P.
Kuykendall place.
Wanted—Beef, veal, hogs, mutton,
poultry, eggs, Belgian hares, pelts and
hides. ____G.D. TayLoß. Itf
Try DuPont’s cement the next time
you break a favorite china or cut glass
piece. Mends perfectly. Lena Bear.
Have sold our coal business and mine
to W. H. Wallace, who took charge of
the same January 7th, 1922, we
urgently request that all persons owing
for coal bought before that date
make prompt payment to the un
dersigned.
A. D. LYEN CoaL Co. |
Dolores, Colo. |
MONTEZUMA LODGE NO, 145 ‘
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.
THE SOUTHERN HOTEL
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HARRY MORGAN, Proprietor
aooD ROOMS. CLEAN BEDS.
FIRST CLASS MEALS.
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DOLORES, - - COLORADO
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; latest and best magazines. These long winter even- ¢
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repaired and made reliable. Call and see.
VINCENT E. ST. CLAIRE
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NUMBER 41
| FORD
. THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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NEW PRICES
‘ (F. 0. B. DETROIT)
Chassis - - $295
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| Touring Car - 355
l Truck Chassis 445
. Coupe - - - 595
! Sedan - - - - 660
i These are the lowest prices of Ford
| cars in the history of the Ford Motor
j Company.
;RUST LUMBER & MERC. CO.
DOLORES, COLORALO

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