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VOLUME XXV.
Basket Ball Games this Week.
Friday, January 27, at Dolores: |
Lewis vs. Dolores, both boys and girls.
Saturday, January 28, at Cortez: Do
lores High vs. Cortez High (second
team), both boys and girls.
One of my latest patent articles is
rated the most simple hay hook yet in
vented. It is a combination hook and
wire cutter. The market is open for
Hughes Hay Hook, a standard article
that every farmer or hay dealer can
use, ulso the U. S. army corps. Come
tomy feed yard and in one second you
can see the bale wire cut in two with
out dragging the hay any.
JouN RicHARD HUGHES, Inventor
Subscribe for The Dolores Star.
About Coal.
After haying tried all the other
brande, including the Cheap Coal, have
you ever tried anything as good as
Hesperus coal. It lasts much longer
and Lolds fire until it is completely
burned. A new vein just opened, it
is better and cleaner than ever.
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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 27. 1922
LEWIS
| Delpha and Edra Hough spent the
week end with the Fawells,
' Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fawell visited
| with the Dick Morgan family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hughes enter
tained at cards Thursday evening.
| Every one tells what a Jjolly good time
| they had. Those invited were: Mr.
| and Mrs. Bradfield, Porter, Dimmock,
| John Mays, Jake Mays, Allens, Mc
| Afees, Simpsons, Bells, Ralph McDer
| met, Barretts, Rusts, Sheppards, and
| Fawells. Refresements were served,
“ Mrs. Rumberg invited Mr. and Mrs,
‘iR-m, McAfees, Hughei, Akins and
| Mr. Pharo in for the evening in honor
| of Mr. Rumberg’s birthday.
| The McAfees gave a dinner party
IMnnduy night. Several games of
{cards were played. Those present
| were: Mr. and Mrs, Demmock, Jack
| Mays, Allens, Hughes and John Mays
‘ Aljie Morgan’s birthday was cele
brated Sunday by a dinner party for
her many little friends. They ate
| and played just all they could.
l For Sale -Baby carriage in good
Icun-htiuu Phone Dolores 5.5
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Mrs. Mabel Waldron is in Cortez on
business this week.
Mrs. C. W. Lilly was a Salida passen
ger on yesterday’s train.
L W. Brumley was a Telluride
passenger on Wednesday’s train re
tarning yesterday.
The many friends of Arthur \Valdron]
will be glad 1o lgarn that he is out |
again after a tussel with the chicken
Pox.
The T. H. Akin Mercantile Company ]
15 calling attention to a cut-price sale
in their ad on the last page of this
paper. i
Guy V. Fox visited with his brother, ’
R. S. 8., Monday and attended the
Eima B. Smith entertainment Munduy{
evening.,
Charles H. Rash spent the week end
with Mancos friends and attended the
Durango-Mancos basket ball guu.u'
Friday night.
Mrs. Leda White returned to Grand
Junction Saturday after a week’s VISIL’
with her mother, Mrs. Ella Goodwin,
of this place.
Grant Barlow came down from
King's Spur Monday and attended Odd
Fellows lodge in the evening, return
ing home Tuesday.
Cecil Morrison left Saturday for
Grand Junction where he will visit l'ur{
ashort time and then go to Boulder to
take treatments for rheumatism,
Mrs. Georgia Johnson and daughter,
Helen, left Thursday of last week for
Los Angeles, California, to spend the
winter. Mrs. Lucile Johnson and
Alberta Johnson took them in auto as
f;u‘ as Shiprock.
The month of December was lhe!
warmest December in the past thirly-?
one years, and with three exceptions
was the wettest December on record
according to reports of the Weather
Bureau at Denver.
J., G. Dodd of Minneapolis, Minne
sota, who has been visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. W. H. Beaber of Cortez,
passed thru Dolores yesterday enroute
to his home. Mr. Beaber accompanied
him as far as Durango.
District Superintendent N. E. Edger
ton of the M. E. church, arrived in
Dolores Saturday and Sunday morn
ing went to Cortez where he held ser
vices in the morning and in the evening
preached to the Dolores people in the
Methodist church.
The Ladies Aid Society met with
Mrs. Bertha Akin, January 18. Eight
members were present and a social
time enjoyed by all. The next meet
ing, February 1, will be with Mrs.
Winifred Akin. All members re
quested to be present and visitors made
welcome,, =t n i it i
" Mrs. Paul Dressel of Dunton, who
has been in Dolores the past week
under the care of Dr. Lefurgey for
wounds received when a bullet from a
22-caliber rifle glanced and penetrated
the little finger of her left hand and
lodged in her left check just below the
eye, returned home Wednesday. She
‘was accompanied by her daughter.
( Mrs. Cord Bowen returned from
Mancos Saturday. She was met here
by Mr. Bowen, who had just returned
from a short visit to Rico, and together
they journeyed to their home at Dove
Creek. Mrs. Bowen was called to
Mancos a week ago on account of the
'serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
' Honaker, who is regaining her usual
{health. i
G. E. Edwards was called to Denyer
{Monduy by a telegram stating that
Mrs. Edwards was very ill and not ex
pected to live. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards
|came here last fall on account of Mrs.
Edward’s health, and they have been
|living in the Puckett house on Ninth
street. About a month ago Mrs.
’Edwards went to Denver and Mr.
Edwards has been disposing of their
'hnusehold goods intending to join his
wife as soon as possible.
’ The Elma B. Smith number of the
Lyceum course held in the opera house
Monday evening was the best enter
tainment of its kind given in Dolores
ina long time. Miss Smith is a per
fect mimic and keeps her audience
Jaughing all the time. Miss Ro:igt?rs
more than pleased the audience with
the beautiful music she brought from
her harp. While the attendance was
better than at former humbers in this
seasons course, it was not what it
should have been. The numbers in the
lyceum course this season haye all
been excellent, far above the average
of entertainments given in former
courses, yet the attendance has been
the poorest.
} County Superintendent of Schools
‘Mrs. Nora S. Hutehings was in Dolores
:Wednesdny and Thursday. 2
- Cecil Morrison left Saturday for
Grand Junction where he will visit a
short time and then go on to Boulder
to take treatmenc for rheumatism.
Dr. R. H. Tucker, an astronomer st
Lick’s Observatory, states that he
has just discovered that clocks run
faster at night than they do in day
time. We have always known that,
However, if the Doctor has ever been
a boy, he has noticed one exception to
this rule, #nd that ils the night before
Christmas.
The liquor interests are planning
to continue their fight to bring back
the outlawed saloon by the two and
one-half per cent beer and light wine
route. They will try to get the matter
to a vote of the people again and 1t
will be defeated by a larger majority
than ever. The thing that hurried
prohibition was the saloon and the
people of this nation will have nothing
to do with it. The liquor people would
stand more show of winning if they
would forget this beer and light wine
business and advocate only liquor
carrying a large per cent of alcohol.
Edward T. Taylor Returns to Re
sume His Duties In Congress.
Ry eBl W e anade hoe g ke eRSI o L
| Congress Edward T. Taylor of Colo
rado returned Thursday to his office in
‘the house office building at Washington
for the first time since Memorial day
1921, .
; He suffered a breakdown on that day
‘and for weeks his life hung in the bal
‘ance. He was a patient at Walter
‘Reed hospital in Washington for
months.
His reappearance Thursday in con
gressional circles was the occasion for
many congratulations.— Durango Dem
‘ucrat.
Club Leader Coming.
W. A. Ireeman, Assistant State
Club Leader, will be in Montezuma
county February 6,7, and 8 to help
organize some club work for the com
ing year. A general round up of all
persons interested in club work will be
held in the county agent’s office on
Tuesday ‘afterncon, February 7th. It
you want to see your boys and girls in
club work, attend this meeting. Mon
day and Wednesday will be devoted to
club work in several communities.
\ LEARN TO GRADE WOOL.
~ W. F. Heppe of the U. S. Bureau of
‘Markets, and a wool grading expert of
‘the U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry,
‘will be in Montezuma county February
9, 10 and 11. They will hold three one
‘day wool grading demonstrations as
follows: Mancos 9th, Cortez 10th, Dolo
res 11th. Mr. David Halls is in charge
of the Mancos meeting, Mr. F. A.
‘Morgan, Sr., the Dolofes meeting, and
iMr Ear! Ritter will arrange for the
Cortez meeting.
Plan your work so that you can at
tend at least one of these meetings.
Tell your neighbors who are running
sheep and urge them to attend. You
and they will find the work interesting
and profitable.
We all need to make our sheep pay
to the limit. Grading the wool before
selling is one way of increasing the
profit without furthur capital invest
ment. Come out and learn how it is
done.
NEW AGRONOMIST COMING
Mr. Waldo Kidder, the newly ap
pointed Extension Agronomist of the
Fort Collins College, will be here
February 13, 14, and 15. His work
projects this year will be Improved
Seed, Irrigated Pastures and Crop
Rotation. Watch for dates and places
'of meeting which will be announced
later. % Gt gy )
State Spelling Contest.
The Third Annual State Spelling
Contest will be held at the State
University in Boulder in connection
with the ‘County Superintendents’
Meeting, on Aprit 4. This year, for the
first time, an oratorical Contest will be
held in connection with the spelling
contest. Students of the sth, 6th, 7th
and Sth grades are eligible for the
spelling contest, and pupils of the Bth
grade are also eligible for the orator- ;
ical contest.
‘ Preliminary contests will be held as |
follows: |
February 25—At Dolores, Valley View
and German Schools, for
pupils in those schools.
March 11 At Dolores, for the winners
in abovenamed contests.
March 25—At Cortez, where each dis
trict of thecounty is to be
represented. The winners
in this contest will go to
Boulder tq represent Monte
zuma County, April 4th.
The other town schools of the
county and most of the country schools
will participate in these contests.
For Rent—A small house partly
furnished. Inquire of Mamie E. Bergh
Wanted at once, man with delivery
conveyance to gell and deliver our pro
ducts in your city. Bond and refer
ence. Liberal commission. Grand
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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Wanted—Beef, veal!, hogs, mutton,
pouitry, eggs, Belgian hares, peits and
hides. G. D. TAYLOR. 1t
Try DuPont s cement the next time
vou break a favorite china or cut glass
piece. Mends perfectlv. Lena Bear.
For Sale -Dry cottonwood at $2.50
4 cord, stove length. Inquire of
George Turner, or leave orders at The
Star office. 38tf
A full line of school supplies at The
Star office.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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NEW PRICES
Effective January 16, 1922
(F. O. B. DETROIT)
Chassis - - $285
Runabout - 319
Touring Car - 348
Truck Chassis 430
' Coupe - - - 580
Sedan - - - - 645
! Starters $7O extra
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| Demountables $25 extra
These are the lowest prices of Ford
cars in the history of the Ford Motor
Company.
'RUST LUMBER & MERC. CO.
i DOLORES, COLORADO

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