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VOLUME XXV.
The ERTEL MORTUARIES
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Friendship is the quality that inspires a person or
an institdtion to be of service to others. It springs
from sympathy.
Personal service rendered at all times possible.
My assistants are ready to serve you day or night.
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THE SOUTHERN HOTEL
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HARRY MORGAN, Proprietor
GOOD ROOMS. CLEAN BEDS.
FIRST CLASS MEALS.
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DOLORES, - - COLORADO
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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 20. 1922
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
' John Eggers was a Pueblo passenger |
| on yesterday’s train.
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’ Mrs. Henry Bauer returned Friday
'frnm a short visit to Mancos.
Mrs. Anton Giorgetta left on Wed
nesday’s train to visit with friends up
the river.
! ADistriut Superintendent Edgerton
will preach at the Methodist church
| Sunday evening.
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1 AS. Miller is ovexr on the Disap
pointment this week looking after
business interests.
Mrs. John Johnson, son and daughter
returned Saturday from a visit with
her mother in Durango. -
| Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jernigan left
vesterday for Fort Worth, Texas, to
‘ hold a series of meetings.
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| Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson have
moved back to the tunnel to handle the
‘ headgate again this season.
| Mrs. Frank Raxstrum returned Sat
! urday from a visit with her sister Mrs.
| F . Marshall at Mancos, '
! Mrs. B. C. Waiters and daughters
returned Sunday from a two months
visit with friends in Arizona.
| Mrs. Mayrant came down from Tellu
ride Friday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
i Will Jones on Summit Ridge.
| Mrs. William Clark was down from
| the ranch vlsiting Dolores friends this
iww-k‘ returning home yestertay.
| Ice harvest is in full blast this week
| and most of the Dolores houses have
| been filled with a good quality of ice.
Spence Thomas and Harry Kauffman
returned yesterday from Mancos
where they attended a Foresters
meeting.
Donald Smith, Albert Mowry, J. W.
{and Wilkes Bozman ot Cortez, and R.
]B' Dunham of this place are Denver
| visitors this week.
l Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hickman and
JJ. A. Warren, left on Tuesday's train
for Denver to attend a state meeting
!of county assessors.
‘ Miss Ruth Hallford returned Monday
|to her home in Mancos after a short
’visit with her sister, Mrs. John Craw
i ford, in this place.
’ Mrs. Jessie Lyon, who was called
{here to attend the funeral of her
|l)mther. Everett McCabe, returned to
herschool on the West Dolores Tues
|dny.
| The Bazook company took their play
| to Lewis Saturday and amused a large
| audience at that place in the evening.
| They go to Cortez today and play there
| this evening. If you want to have a
"#ood laugh you should attend this play.
| Something doing all the time.
1 Mr. W. N. Squires and Mrs. Edna
| Avery were married at Durango Satur
| day evening. The Newlyweds arrived
in Dolores Sunday and will make their
home on Mr. Squire's homestead. The
{ groom is n son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Squires of Summit Ridge, and has been
| in the employ of the D. & R. G. for a
‘number of years. The bride is a Du
| rango lady. . &
! Mrs. Paul Dressel of Dunton met
with a serious accident Tuesday. Her
| son shot at a weasel with a 22-caliber
rifle and the bullet striking a rock or the
| frozen ground glanced and struck Mrs.
Dressel going through the little finger
on her left hand and lodging in her
face just below the let eye. She was
brought to Dolores Tuesday and Dr.
I[l.efurgey extracted the bullet and is
taking care of the wounds.
The bootlegging cases in the county
court last week were disposed of as
follows: Geo. W. Moore, of Narra
guinnep Lake, was given S2OO and
costs, which he has paid. B. M.
Stites of Ackmen, pleaded guilty and
sentence was deferred for thirty days.
In the case of Nolan Wilson of Tellu
ride, who was up from this place, the
jury disagreed and he is being held for
more evidence. 2
The basket ball games at the Dolores
opera house Friday night were not as
‘wcll attended as they should have beer.
Three games. were played the first
between the Dolores High School first
team and the Arriola Town team
resulted in a score of 66 to 29 in fnvori
of the Dolores team, the second ‘be-*
tween the Junior boys and the Arriola
school team was 37 to 12, and the
third between the Dolores Hix_{h school
girls and the Arriola school gl}'ls 13 to
6. The boys games were a h?tle too
much one sided to be interesting but
the girls was more even. The Dolort.zs
boys show a great lmprove'ment m‘
team work and goal throwing °"°.'i
last year.
The January meeting of the Parent-
Teacher Association will be held in
the High school building Friday even
ing, January 27. An excellent pro
gram will be given and all members
are urged to be pre sent.
An item ’phoned to Examiner is
always appreciated, but will be more
80 now since the ‘‘main guy'’ has hit
the grit for a warmer climate.-—San
Miguel Examiner. |
Gone on a vacation, or died? ’
C. G. Gawthrop loaded ten prize
winning animals, the pick of the San
Juan herd of Shorthorns, and left Sun
day for the big Western Stock show,
to be held in Denver next week. For
some weeks Mr. Gawthrop has becn
putting these animals in show shape
and he will probably make the best
showing at this show he has ever made
He will make entries in a number of
classes, mostly in the young stock line,
and he will no doubt crowd his com- |
petitors hard for first places. The
San Juan Herd should begin to gain a
name and a fame at this show. —Man
cos Time-Tribune. '
We hear considerable complaint from
chicken owners regarding the price of |
eggs, and on the other hand the mer- ;
chants are telling us how much more |
‘they payed for eggs than they can get '
for them. The question is whether or |
not the eggs are bringing all theyi
should. If eggs are to bring the high- |
‘est market price they should be ciean
}und graded as to size and color. There
is nothing that detracts so much from
‘ the value of eggs as dirt. Dirty eggs
do not bring much money anywhere
‘and in some places cannot be sold at
;all. A basket of eggs is no cleaner
‘than the dirtiest egg in it. One or two
dirty eggs will injure the sale of
several dozen. The local merchant
has no time to wash eggs so he puts
them in the case just as he receives
them and ships them to some dealer in
a nearby mining camp. * The dealer
who gets the dirty eggs has to spend
‘money and time in cleaning them or
else sell them at a reduced price, and
and the result is that he will order his |
next case of eggs from some other
place. If you will bring only clean
eggs to our dealer you will find a
greater demand for your eggs at
i better prices.
Everett McCabe Found Dead.
The body of Everett McCabe was
‘found in the cabin at the McCabe
winter camp at Cedar Point Friday
with the top of the head blown off. A
young man who was staying at the
camp with McCabe went to Dove Creek
for supplies Friday and when he re
turned he found his companion dead.
The remains were brought to this
place and laid to rest in the old ceme
tery Monday afternoon.
Patrick Everett McCabe was born in
Phipps, Nebraska, March 17, 1898,
living near that place until four years
of age when he came with his parents
to Dolores, Colorado, since then living
in this vicinity where he attended the
Dolores and Cortez public schools and |
grew to manhood. ‘
He was engaged in the stock busi
ness with his father and brothers and
had charge of his father’s cattle on the
winter range when the unfortunate
accident occurred which ended his life.
Everett was an upright, honest young
man loyal to family and friends and
will be greatly missed by all.
He leaves to mourn his death his
father, P. H. McCabe, of this place,
his sisters, Anna E. McCabe and Jessie ‘
Lyon of Dolores, his brothers, James |
of Dove Creek, Colorado, John A., and
William R. of Dolores and Henry
of Lockerby, Utah.
He was buried in the old cemetery
beside his mother, who preceeded him
twenty years ago.
CROSS ROAD
The Misses Clara and Ivy Elder gave
a party on Miss Clara’s birthday last
week, which was an enjoyable affair.
Every one leaving in the wee small
hours wishing their hostess many re
‘ turns of the day.
| Messers Geo. Leavell, Fredand Dave
'Hechtman were visitors to the lower
end of the valley the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Bishop and Mrs-
Boyce Bishop were visitors at the Wm.
Peel home in Lewis iast week.
Mrs. H. C. Magarrell and son, Cloyd,
were visitors in Cortez Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Look visited at
the Neal home on the old Dillon place
Sunday.
E. A. Elder and wife spent Sunday
at the Chas, Melvin home.
Club meets on January 25, with Mrs.
H. S. Luce home. Everyone come
out.
Our mail tarrier is able to make his
daily trips again. We see they are
dragging the roads again so watch out
for another storm soon.
Frank Graves was around gathering
up the water company’s plows, scrap
ers etc. last week. 3
Will Dennison hauled a load of corn
to Cortez last Week for 50 cents per
hundred.
- Wanted at once, man with delivery
1 conveyance to sell and deliver our pro
- duets in your city. Bond and refer
- ence, Liberal commission. Grand
3 Union Tea Co., Pueblo, Colo. 42-44
! For Sale-Two water motor washers
' and one ringer. Second hand but in
~ good order. Most any old price.
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NUMBER 42
~ 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.
For Sale —Dry cottonwood at $2.50
a cord, stove length. Inquire of
George Turner, or leave orders at The
Star office. 38¢cf
A full line of school supplies at The
Star office.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
NEW PRICES
Effective Junuary 16, 1922
(F. 0. B. DETROIT)
Chassis - - $285
Runabout - 319
Touring Car - 348
Truck Chassis 430
Coupe - - - 580
.Sedan - - - - 645
Starters $7O extra
Dismountables $25 extra
These ure the lowest prices of Ford
cars in the history of the Ford Motor
Company.
RUST LUMBER & MERC. CO.
DOLORES, COLORADO

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