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PROTECT ROADS OF COUNTRY
farmer v Governor I Tener - Declares
M-W$y -Necessity, to Keep
7iiiHvM80wey3 in Kepair. -.
yvlor"yernmentsrto ?aye otir high
teunsylvania former governor, presl-.i
' . - dent "Of the Permanent Highways cor,
- poration of New York." Governor T?n-
. er declared sthat It is a military no
cessity-for the proper authorities to -t
protect the roads. "We must preserve r-
the roads of the country, and particu-
I - the pw
of Seal-Coat In Proflresa,
Liust save the foundations If
protect the commerce and
the country which, are;
needs of our men on the
as well as the "taxes ofl
and the necessities of;
the men-wonlv? ana wiaren, wno are
keeping the wYV13 going at home. ;
"The f ederau yernment, the minu-(
facturer and ftarmerfor mofathi
have been depedmg'o11 the highways!
for the -. transportation of. enormous
amounts" of mateWls and supplies by
motor trucks. :VThe roads fast are
wearing down anf hundreds of miles;
ef highways wilt pecome useless nn-
less the-resurf acfVf of these roads is
eacciiraffed so tK the foundations"
may ( be saved. -Wroad construction,"
ncipal cost is is the foundallons.
ty. or road surface, naiurauy is
!st to "give way, ?reak and finally
grind Jnpi and disappr, leavings me
foundations exposed. . ,
"Foundations costing, hundreds of
f dollars now are in oanger
bein ruined foueveLhen iey
d be,saved by propeiy""v"&
this iihould be done &onC9 or else
costly foundations wii have to be
alli -iver aeain. : In me states.,
localities there is a diaositi?n: to
-work unffl after the Ar oh, xntr
ffieded in the ?r orK? Ti
Without the highwaj8 the b?sme!L5,f
the country would bf crippled The
.fla tt,0 w Toed both forfwar
purposes and fartbafeguafding of
our Industries, upon
factaa- will ornmbl M a few months
again. L If pr.operly surfaced now, hun
dreds of iilllons of ; Uars wil be
leavedV!..".' - '. '-. 'I . ' "
HAVE SOME SHARK ME ATT
- Shark meat is a considerable parl f
of the food of the poorer; Arabs and
Somalis of Aden andvinity. A
consular report states tlxat in , th
cooler months of October Vto March
the Aden ftehermen alshe may
bring in from 150?to 2Cl sharks
daily, those oTtHse to ; selfch feet
being pangfiton strongly wow nets,
100 tp 150 feet long and25 fMt wide,
while, the larger ones are takai with
hooks. The f resh'fish are veryTcheap,
shark' of thri?e to fonr,feet jiverag
g 35jts1in the local markets,
- .s arlr laws nnrt lOtner
ier nshvonr-- -r- v.i ,
- i -I aa ,5Mi Tina ' ? Willie
bones are; eoia V,.
:. The skins sev"". IT "V" i
or, Wp1n tosnppiy infraem
innfh the ;United S
bureau ofsher woold-create:
a pinch Ji.tfer this.
rr.. fMitiire of
than nentaT eetposra ,
of artistfeand ajS
AT SAVING PRICES
Here's the best opportunity you'll
ever have of saving a real substantial
amount on a seasonable suit in the.
heart . of the season: Such - prices
should cause a sensation.
; $65.00 to $50.00 SUITS. ;
And when we say this you' know
we mean the best values you've seen
this season! Velours, ' Broadcloths,
and other high grade materials, made
up in the season's best styles
$46.00 TO $370 -SlJ ITS
These high grade Suits will be of
fered so low that you shouldn't miss
this opportunity. .
ClearantJe price . . .
- $35!o6; AN D $30.00 SU ITS
This assortment mcludes some
Clearance price . . ,
$27.50 AND $25 00 SUITS
Priced for quick selling to the very
price of . ; .
OTHER SUITS ,
A small lot of Suits left from last -season
Good all wool materials;
Former values up to $25.00.
to close . 7. ...
Gustdm we are going 'to-.un-;'
rediiceH prices. Not withstand-.
COStS. 'r:v'-i;-.y:-. :::. -.v,
N ACCORDANCE Avith our
loacl 'all winter goods at gre
ing the ever increasing whole
: " This is the most importdnt money saving event of the sea
son. Price concessions have been made that wiH accomplish a quick
riddance of all surplus winter stocks. Some woriderfuf values will be
presentedand these offerings coming at a time when the purchasing
power of a dollar has shrunk to such small proportions-should make
these reductions of much more than usual interest
Early Shoppers Will Get First Choice-
-Sale Begins, Saturday Jan. 1 1.
at Clean-up Prices
We handle only the best makes of
knit underwear to be had. These
prices should prove of unusual inter
st in the face of the fact that prices
of underwear are' steadily advancing.
$2.50 Union Suits v
reduced to . . . .
$1.50 Union Suits
reduced to , . .... .
$1.00 Garments .
reduced to . . v . . . . . .
reduced to . ......
reduced to" ... . .... .
Don!t miss this chance of saving
Supply your needs now.
Just at' the time when you need
that new dress, we come with this -
timely offer. "
' These prices apply during January
Sale only to our entire dress stock.
Includes some beautiful
dresses of silk, also some pretty tail
ored models in serge and jersey -vaK
ues up to $38,50. , (&97 Kfl
Clearance price ... .yv
LOT 2. These -dresses are made
up . of some of the best values we've
had this season regular - values up
to $30.00, "
Clearance price . .
LOT 3. These garments are priced
for quick selling Values worth up
to $20.00, : 1 A. e f
Clearance. price . ; . : vlV J
' LOT 4. This - lot is made up of
beautiful models in Silk; and Serge.
Special Clearance of Skirts
.r? LOT T. This lot is made up of special as
sortments of Serge and Poplin 'Skirts odds
iand ends. Values up to $70.
riced for quick Clearance 1 . 'M "
it ony ...-. .. ... ... w440
is made up of cheaper garments
hWtj includes some excellent skirts.. no.
; . ytlaiU
in - a
nous uj&u j" fiTtnrea
'aree insure v$on llgWS nxturea,
.arge Hpt? street can be en-
so tneaw-r flights. In
hanced? -or mm " .- t ., i
i ii nrf 1 solution of
ch.e:iTS not only
tne iignxmg mnmlnation btit
in supply ng stifflcfenu .
also , to ; proyimnT'rt
ana possesses -- t ja . vogue be
?re L ditlonslbnt not
me "s,-,.- tne pjst itseir
fte 4rt J 0?St's5eeble oil
pr gas-flam s.eItl . vVtreet. On
taslji ol finw"? Aflbver;
but m wmpnifor r
.tn6tnity of Jhe
I I Clearance pwee
i rjf - wni vi
i 1 "' v a n
We have some wonderful coat values to of fer you. Just what is wanteel f or nbw.r
At lower prices than you've seen coats of like quality for this season. ,i 5
: Don't miss this opportunity. . , : : ,
This lot includes some great Coats in Velours, Broadcloths, Silvertones, Bolivia, and
other wanted rabnes.. v - . ; r .: ;.r:- -.vv
Beautiful fur trimmed or plain tailored styles " -Olearaiice
price . . . . v. ......... . " .v . . '.
Some extra good velour coats, plain or fur trimed.
learance - price .. v . ;' . i--.- .
- Odds and ends that we want- to clean up at once-
, Splendid Values at , . . i . : V . . . SSI'IS
Hosiery prices are advancing stead-'
ily -and besides are very hard to get :
delivered at any price, frotwithstand- ,
ing-this, we will offer during this
Regular2.00 Silk ;
Hose at . . ... . ?. -. i .
Regular. $1.25 Silk
Regular $l00 Silk
. Hose at . . . . .
Regular 75c Hose,
Silk or Ijsle, .at
Regular 50c Hose,- T
Silk: or Lisle," at .
. Think. what a saving this wiH mean
t'a youTDon't miss it. ' ; '- ' . v
Others jRe Jucons
Beautuul VosU Grtduced
" " ThTs lot ofWaists are made -u'p; of beauti-,
'r f ul 'Georgette and Crepe de Chine, creations, .
r; Priced for quick, selling as follows:
v LOTwilJ:' This includes a wonderful lot of -
Waists -the " season's .newest and .best ;num-; j
J- bers values from $5 to $7.50. " . CC QQ
Clearance-, price ;.;v': Oy0
LOT 2.', Is made up ,of . Waists , worth' $5.00-
; ,to- $4.48. -- ..;.;v.: -
1- Clearance " price ;y-ij.i'vt .
We will offer some special values in Furs, Outing Kimdnas, iBath Robes, Corsets,
Brassierers, Muslin Gowns, Sweateref;EtcivEtc.:
-'. V i ;' 'y" ':' V t
tory next weeR:l1b6-fiSTle;
Sennei or jGliosts pn the
By Sergeaik ArtKtir Guy
vv..- ;Vf. ? v v.: ; -
MRS. M. yH'TCOMB
Li. Whitcoitnb .Aellci or the
ing an ' attack of bronchial trouble. .
fMrs. .Whitcomb was seventy five
years of ..age,' and was one" f the best
beloved women in this cityl She .had
been a ; most patient and cheerful suf
ferer for a long time; always; havinga
bright :- smile "and a. cheerful, word fo
Her nephew, Mr. Samuel V Allen and
's'everal neices ; survive -herr - Funera
arrangements .will be delayed pending
the arrival of her'neice Mrs G. Ar Met-
-r, s- "
. --v -c tcalfe iaoxvme, -xeiin- n
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ELIZA-
BETH CITY .CHAMBER OF COM-
M E RCE : -r?:;--; 'f r;.;
greatest ' factor in-;thb " promotion1 of
Civilization, fusing Jthe word : civiliaa
tioir in every conceivable sense . 'and;
" WHEREAS" the, Good Roads Problem
WHEREASi '. the- present unimproved
roads of. Paiauotank are: seriously re
tarding the county's deyelppment along
all . Hnes, jind shuttinV- off ...the. . people
from the'benfits of the advantages and
r opportunities everywhere . enjoyea . oy
dweliers" in regions traveled' by. modern.
hard-surfaced, highways; . and'Vr vf - -5
WHEREAS th. most' intelligent" and
nrosisive-Sczer' :of Pasquotank
roads "of the county,, and the-. heavy
pjaaa """"""Vi mjros"j
money cost of. .them to.';the people
greater Jtar than, that pf any ::Bohd is
suethat, mav". be . voted for -.their .'im
provement ; .be it : '-: 1 r - r
Chamber.vbf Commerce-"favors a Bond
f Issue pt $.5po,000 for; lHecoiirti.l09&i.
g Toaom asoK,cranxySrgrw
the - Chamoer circular : i petitions thru-.
ut. jfasquotanK, s : -trre- Xieg:s:.i-
twrerto4Uitr-- -Issu'e of t50,t
000 for roswi. construction in rth.:-count'C
a(iu tuai, u a uiajvui, w ise quaunea . fj-'.V -v f -
esgary legislation, y -y' ...- J.
4 fe-'take 3Jpsxner4ua:rtrs- '"arm -xfi.ll i
K !'iance.-' for"'
;t!S!kandlKg;-":ral&icg...;v.i-:l'! sell r"
work -om shares'' one j c ar- i f 1 uyer -'-'
siresV For; further information, r '