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Our August Clearance Sale
IS HALF OVER We still have a tremendous stock, notwithstanding the fact that we have been doing big business. You can still get a good selection and make a real saving on things you need. We have cut prices all down the line, so if you Hnd it here you may be sure it’s a bargain. Federal Tires ONLY I Our Line of Tools Is / I I fil When you buy other Complete | tires at list you buy Whether you are skilled mechanic or handy-man- 1^^^^®*^**“*“* B *10.00 worth of .ire about-the-house you will find the tool to suit your fl ,,0-00. ■ discriminating judgment or your pocketbook. Come ' 1 Here you buy $10.00 ■ i„ and see how it pavs to walk. M Kt. Is worth of tire for $9.00 ■ Hjj ■ y — W 10 Saved* 5 " 1 Curtains worth $1.65 for $1.32 I I Days More H 1 H TA-BED (Closed) 1 TA-BED (Open) 1 ftnp-Fifth Off F 'm’iTI B As a table it is massive . As a bed it has no superior, be- ft VIIC 1 11 U1 VU . ' M| j | 3 j ..-on all... |F ; • j | I I | This wlk Only ° W. M. DICKINSON COMPANT STORE “Its a Little Further, But It Pays to Walk'’ A Beautiful Life Pawed On Sbrrow of the moat sincere and gen uine kind was called forth by th« death of Dorothy Dickinson, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dickinson, who passed away at hei home in Eagle, Saturday. August .'> after an illness of several days. A derangement of the stomach of over two years’ duration culminated in an operation for appendicitis which Dorothy survived and from which sh« recovered rapidly. The resistance of the little body had been sexerely tax ed, however, and the final illness was beyond the help of the able physicians and nurses who were called. Dorothy Dickinson was bom in Den ver, October 3rd, 1906, and from her birth was the and comfort of her mother, father and sister, Marion, and the idol of the many friends and rel> 1 utives who were constantly at the j Dickinson home. Few children come to the world with such stores of love | and sweetness to give out to dear 1 ones; few’ children have the attentions 1 that were showered upon her; but i Dorothy combined her own beautiful < qualities with the love that came to., her and gave back unmeasured love < to all. Her tenderness and sympathy j were ever ready for any one who need- 1 ed it, and though a child in years, her j mind and heart were mature in abili- 1 ty to understand and to help. Her 1 presence was sweetness and strength , to loved ones. She brightened the , beauty of life and relieved the hard t parts. Though the loneliness and 1 grief of the separation seems unbear- ’ able, the break almost too much to 1 accept, her stay has been a privilege 1 so great it could not last long. The funeral service was conducted 1 by Reverend Father Carrigan. an in timate friend of the family, who came from Glenwood Springs for the occas- ' ion. Father Carrigan read the Oath- . olic burial service for children and 1 showed the beauty and stiength of a child's influence in life and the inspir- ’ ation and help the memories of in- ■ nccence could be. In a few comfort ing words he left the thought of the text “Suffer little children to come 1 unto Me, for of such is the Kingdom 1 of Heaven,” ami said further that this 1 earthly loss was but a spiritual gain, < and her absence here was but a prayer I and a help for us beyond. The ser- I vice was attended by many loving friends who filled the house with ex quisite flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson and daugh ter Marion, accompanied by C. E. Dickinson, Mrs. I. B. Melville and G. I. Cutler, brother, sister and nephew of Mr. Dickinson ami Mrs. B. T. Mc- Aleer and Mrs. Edward Hertzog, sis ters of Mrs. Dickinson, left for Lead ville with the remains where they were met by other relatives and friends. The pall-bearers were: Messrs. J. A. Ewing, M. A. Nicholson, R. D. Allison and S. B. Crosby who tenderly laid little Dorothy to rest in the beautiful Masonic cemetery. The funeral arrangements were in charge of Mr. E. R. O’Mulia of Leadville, who had been with the family from the beginning of their bereavement.—The Eagle Enterprise. The family lived many years in La mar and Dorothy was greatly loved by many little friends here. The heartfelt sympathy of their Lamar friends goes out to the family in their . great loss. Fairview We have received but very little 1 rain. Mrs. Homer Brock has gone to , Kansas to visit relatives. ’ Joe A. Reeves is home after being 1 at Wiley for a few weoks. Mrs. H. A. Hadix has purchased n kitchen range. ’ C. H. Ricketts, J. B. Bowen and C. G. Bethurum are working on wells ‘ this week. Rev. Paul Worcester will preach here August 20, at 11 o’clock.