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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARUE, VT., SATURDAY, Homer Fitts Co Incorporated - "The Store Where Quality Counts" The Closing Day of Our 34th Anniversary Sale ' This is your last opportunity to se cure merchandise of merit,' for , yourself or family, at prices that . represent true economy. ALL THE GOOD THINGS , ABOUT THIS Anniversary Sale CANNOT BE PUT IN OUR ADVERTISEMENTS ;. . ' . - - . ....... For in many instances lots are too ' small to care for the great de- . mand that would be occasioned by an advertisement. You will find all such lots properly ticketed, telling their story of remarkable savings. . THEREFORE, YOU SHOULD COME SATURDAY as this sale offers you many Jots of good merchandise at exception al price reductions. Houghton & Robins BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920. The Weather. Fair to-night and probably Sunday; slightly warmer to-night in Vermont; warmer holiday, moderate north wimu. becoming; variable, i TALK OF THE TOWN Good Trades for Saturday Canned Corn, Peas, Shelled or Kidney Beans, (54c combination) . any 3 cans for 43c Canned Pumpkin, per can 15c Canned Dandelions, per can . . . .' '. . . . 25c Canned Spinach, per can 20c Canned Sauer Kraut, per can . . . 20c Seeded Raisins, per package 23c Not-A-Seed Raisins, per package 25c Prunes, large size, per lb 25c and 28c Monadnock Mincemeat 2 packages lor 25c Sunshine Cream launch Crackers, fresh lot, 5-Ib. and 6-Ib. cans, per lb 20c Potato Chips, per package V 10c Pop Corn (good) 2 lbs. for 25c Oranges, Lemons and Grapefruit. , St. Johnsbury and Dexler Bread. MEAT DEPARTMENT - Boneless Smoked Shoulder Saturday, per lb J. 30c Home-Cured Hams, whole, per lb. 36c Fresh Native Fowls, per lb 40c Few Fancy Chickens, per lb 50c Bacon, whole strips, per lb. 38c Boiling Beef, per lb. . . . . .20c to 28c Roast Pork, per lb 30c to 38c Roast Veal, per lb. 25c, 30c, 35c Fresh Tripe, per lb 18c Beef Sausage, per IV. . 28c Cranberries .'3 lbs. for 25c Spinach, Celery, Lettuce, Parsley, Cabbage and Hub bard Squash. B35XKE9ES 8B8::Bn8Knn8K8:::t:tt::t:g:::; I Do You Want 1 ' it t the best Battery on the market for all-round ignition work? If so, we recommend COLUMBIA BATTERIES. :: Our supply is always fresh and "full of pep." Farmers Barre Electric Co. :: a Tel. 98 t J. i -For Your Electrical Wants" Gverc oats We have in our stock 18 MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS, carried from last year. The quality is exceptional, and the price in each rase is from $10.00 to $15.00 less than the actual value to-day. Also 5 BOYS' WINTER OVERCOATS, from last year, on which you can save some money. Frank McWhorter Co. Mr. J. W. 1'ratt of Washington was a visitor in Uarro to-day. Dance in C'liin (.onion hall Saturday night. Admission. 7;c. adv. The Tourist club will meet with Mrs. La.ell Monday afternoon at 2:30. VitiiaU Saturday night dance, How lund hull ; , Gilhertson'H brcheatmi. adv. The homo nervicc office will be closed (Saturday, Jan. 10. Open next week, as usual. G. XV. Ilfildvn of Williamstown was anion" the business visitors in Barre yesterday. 1 A banjo selection will be given by William .Morrison at tlie carnival, Jan 1(1. Jlowlaml hall, adv. Roy La Due returned to-day to his home in Randolph, after topping with- Barre friends tor the past few days.' 1). A. 1'errv, auctioneer of the I). A. Terry Real Kstale agency, is conduct ing a pale for the Richardson estate in Worcester. Assistant Postmaster Frank E. Rob inson and wife left this noon for a week-end visit with friends in Little ton, X. H. Notice to the Public Gauld ' & .Rob ertson are exclusive agents for"vthe JKtna Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn.-N.ee adv. on page 5. adv. Mrs. Ada Lasell of Williamstown brought her grandson, Harry Lasell, to the Harre City hospital this morning for the removal of his adenoids and tonsils. " The quartet which made its first ap pearance in "Marrying Mary" will make a second appearance at the. Mead ow Brook Golf club, carnival Jan. Ili ad v. . Miss -Theresa Duncan of Cable street left this morning for Boston to pass a week at the home of her brother, James H. Duncan. Slip was accompanied by Mrs. William Milne. Miss Mary Donetti, who has been passing several days with friends and relatives in Barre, lias returned to Washington, D. C, where he is em ployed in secretarial work. The Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co. would suggest that this (Saturday! evening, , and Monday evening next, would be a good time for you to open your Christmas club accounts. adv. Leap year dance, South Barre grange hall, luesday, Jan. 13. Admission, i.te a couple; extra gents, 25c. Refresh ments. Cutler's barge leaves waiting room at 7:30; fiOe a couple.-adv. The animal parish meeting if the Church of the Good Nheuherd will be held at 7 : .'JO p. m., Monday, Jan. 12, in the vestry of the church, where services and Sunday school will also be held until the weather moderates. 1-ast evening: at the public health clinic, held each Tuesday and rnday evening in the a.-es-orY rooms in the city building, 11 patients were treated J during the evening. Of this number, i nine were children and two adults. A large delegation of the Carre lodge of the New England Order of Protec tion made a visitation to Standard lodge of Montpclier last evening, tak ing part in the public installation of ollicers of that lodge with Grand Vice Warden Rev. Charles J. Staplef Bur lington, who presided over the cere monies. The afLiir was attended by a large gathering of members to whom refreshments and a lunch were served after the meeting. Owing to the indisposition of Rev. H. G. I.ipsky, pastor of the HeddingN M. E. church of this city, he will not preach at the church to-morrow. , Rev. XV. 8. Smithera of Randolph, who is a former pastor of Hedding church, will occupy the pulpit at the regular serv ice at 10:30 a. m. and7 p. m. Sunday school and Kpworth league Kv ill be con ducted at the usual times. A hearty invitation is extended to all adherents to hear Rev. Mr. Nmithera to-morrow. Goddard seminary basketball team was sent through heavy practice last evening, being lined up again one of the fastest teams in cent ml ermont. The team they practiced with was the Peerless live, with whom they have ar ranged a series f three games to be played later in the season. The sem inary quintet has three games sched uled for next week. A new addition to the aforementioned schedule is the Craftobury academy team, which will come to Barre on Tuesday evening. Friday evening the team will meet Colby academy on the Barre floor and on Saturday evening of next week the team will line up against St. Michaels college at Winooski. TALK OF THE TOWN Buy sheet music at Bailey'a. Wrest ling bouts in Clan hall on Wednesday night. adv. Dance in Clan Gordon hall Saturday night. Admission, 75e. adv. Headquarters for Sonora talking ma chine at Bailey's Music Rooms. Remember the annual meeting' of the Barre Historical society, Inc., Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs.- Helen Gihb has returned home from Toronto, where she attended the wedding of her brother. George Catneron, night clerk at Hotel Barre, was (ailed to Woodsvillo to-day by the death of an uncle. Born, last night, to Mr. and Mrs, Frank DeBitetto of 11 Cottage street a son, weighing eight pounds. Trucking Done Anyoue wanting light or heavy trucking done, call the Granite City Bottlins Works. adv. Do not fail to see the season's finest display of prize poultry which are to be awarded as prizes at the Meadow Brook 4!olf club carnival. adv. Mrs. F. E. - Robinson, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Suitor at their home on Bolster avenue during thi! past several weeks, returned to her home to-day. The Barre Savings Bank Sl Trust Co, would suggest that this' (Saturday) evening, ana Monday evening next, would be a good time for vou to open your Christmas club accounts. adv. Every member of the Knights of Co lumbus is requested to attend the ad journed regular meeting Sunday after noon at ;l o clock to Hear important questions discussed and turn in their club room keys. LeAp year dance at Cobble Hill grange rriday evening, Jan. 0. Two- piece orchestra will furnish music. Ad mission, 50c per couple ; extra gents 2oc. Refreshments will be on sale. All eome and have a good time. adv. Mrs. Addie Covey, a pastry cook of much experience, who was employed durius: the summer and early fall at a larae hotel in the White mountains, has assumed the duties of pastry cook at Hotel Barre in place of Airs. Harry Dingwall. V C. XV. Wilson, superintendent of the industrial school in Vergennes, arrived in tltn ..it tr fhid nifirninir lie will re- turn to Vergennes with little ttosanna Prince, daughter of Mrs. Ray Puffer, MONTPELIER 111! GRANITEV1LLE Rev. XV. E. Archibald desires to ex press in this' public way his profound gratitude to the committee of arrange ments and all those associated with thom in the reception the church gave him in Miles' ball at the eioe of the installation services. Dr. Archibald says this was one of the best gather ings of its kind that lie has ever had the pleasure of attending. There .were representatives present of all the re ligious denominations in the comam nity, making it one of the largest re ligious gatherings ever held ,n this place. ' Old-fashioned leap year ball at grange hall, Williamstown, Friday, Jan. 1. Gilbcrtson's orchestra. Dancing from 8 to I. Admission, $1 per couple; specta tors. 2.tc. adv. A regular meeting of local 423 f en gineer will be held in Mi!e' hall Mon day at 7 p, m. Important business. whose means of support were severed at the death of her husband two weeks ago. Mr. Wilson stated to-day that there are only three children at the state industrial school from Barre, and together with the number under parole the total aggregates but seven. Barre, for its size and population lias the smallest number of commitments of any city in Vermont. This number is but one-fifth of the standard percent age, according to population. ' OLDEST MIDDLEBURY GRADUATE. Dr. Brainerd Kellogg Died at His Home in Morristown, N. J. Middlebury. Jan. 10. News was re ceived here late yesterday of the death of Dr. Brainerd Kellogg at his home at Morristown. -'. J. lie was about 8l vear old and is survived by two chil dren, Frederick of New York and Mr John It. Beckwith, who resides in tali fornia. Dr. Kellogg was born in Chamulain N. Y. lie prepared for college in that town. He was the oldest and a widely known alumnus of Mmdlchnry coll having graduated with the class of 1S,"8 and had attended every com mencement for the past 50 years. He was a tutor at Middlebury college in INliO and lSiil, and professor of rhet orie and English litfrature from lSiil to 1 He was also professor of Eng lish laniniaae and literature in the imfyteehnica! institute of Brooklyn, Y in 1808, and d'-an of the faculty in He was an author of a rhetoric, a history of the English language, a work on word iiiildina, a work on EnnIUh literature, and, with Alomto Reed, was joint author of "Graded Lessons in English He was a mem ber of the D. K. E. fraternity and a Phi Beta Kappa man. The body will lie brought to Middle bury and the funeral will" be held at the Mead Memorial chapel at Mul.lie burv college Monday morning at 11 o'clock. II M ENDED HIS OWN LIFE. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY , AMEl Girla .o park ,lyc-, ; :ood ware. tumdy work; Wrila Kchandon Jo., Inc., I I" Prrl Wrt. Prrrr. ZiM' UK BALK Pair cf Tray work hcrrca : wi'uht, . Ua.: in too! arrfc-r; -twd Tn t .-t : inqu-'r ul r J. liarant. i r.t i:nr. VI. ii)t ' KOJ"Nl A pwi : owr.cr ran hava by :,ro 1 inr crorx- -ty and ptyin tor advartL inv at r John H. Thompson J Efficiency Engineer AUDITING SYSTEMS DE VISED AND INSTALLED INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED ! References from Rarre ! Manufacturers and Business Men upon request. Ad!rei, Hotel Barre. Ellis Williams td Fair Hven Was De- ponded Over Wife's Death. Fair Haven. Jan. 10. Ellis Wil liams, who was engaged in the meat business at this place, toak his life at his home oh Kiver street early yester day mornina by cutting his throat from ear to ear with a razor. Mr. Williams' wife died about a month ago and since that time he has been despondent. He retired Thursday evening as usu al and his Housekeeper, Mrs. Jones of Poultney, heard him shaking down the ashes in the stove aVabout 1 o clock Friday morning. . As 'he did not arise at the-jstial time Friday morning, Mr. Jone called him several times and receiving no answer -he went to his bedroom and saw his face covered with blotd. Sbe called a neighbor, Samuel Roberts, and Mr. Roberts and another neighbor ran to his room and found that he was dead, with his rar.nr lying beside him. Selectman I). X. Eliis was called and the body was taken care of. Mr. Wil liams was alxmt AO years old and i MirviveJ by one brother, David, of Hartford, Conn. , WILL BEGIN TRIPS. Under Argentine Flaj Despite Failure of Recognition by Great Britain. Buenos Aires. Friday, Jan. 0. The Mrani-hip Baha . Blanca. purchased from (ri-rinany by the -Argentine gov ernment during the war. wiil Irave Buenos Aires mib for the I'nitrJ N:ac or her first trip since the Argen tine flag was hoi -ted t-j her masthead. This step will be Ul.en notwithstand ing the fjit that the British govern--nent, o far knoen. has not ret recognized the 'e if the veel to the Ar?cnt;ne jrovcrrMciit. Hi ajrenls ay the escl will sail f.r Boston rariy in Febrcarr with a ra'to ( lineed. wo. and butter. It is learned from government nirc that he will rctura fnn t'w I'mtd S :r with a e-n.racn', cargn. rnhH-k will include an al. A runaway team owned by S. F. 1 Morse did considerable damage Friday 1 afternoon. It was left near the cream-, ery and, starting, it knocked ou a set of steps in the alleyway leading to ' Main street, after which it hit the team of V. W. Jewett, throwing Mr. Jewett out of his sleigh and breaking; one leg below the knee. It then hit ( the automobile of Edwin Grant of Wa- j terbury. Fortunately, this was uiioc- . cupied . but the machine was driven I against, an electric light pole, bending j several parts ot. llio maciiine ana iimu aging one rear wheel. The team i'len proceeded - up Main street and was caught near St. Paul street. ' The annual mcetniir of the Com munity club in Montpclier occurred ou ! Friday.- evening, witli zv mourners pi the association attending. The result j of the meeting was the election of the ; following officers: President, Dr. W. W. ' Brock; secretary, Mrs. Ethel Birtcl; treasurer, Mrs. W. K. Harkuess; audi tor, E. R. Pluisted. The vice-presidents are cx-otlicio, and are from different organizations, but under a proposed change in by-laws two others will be elected. The by-law committee sug gested several amendment to the bj;- Iawa. These will be considered at a1 meeting Feb. 13. The reports of the I ollicers showed much good work had , Ueen aeeoinplisneu. Airs. n. t , .lonnson, , nrnuijlnttt . utid M lud Murfltl inshlt). ! treasurer, declined to serve as ollicers j in the next year. Mra. Johnson re-j viewed the, work, giving an excellent report of the accomplishments of the j organization. Miss Winship reported! the nnanciHl condition of the club to! be excellent. Proposed amendments to the by-laws will include reducing: tlie: quorum from 25 to nine persons, adding! two more viee-praxidents, changing thai general committee to special committee j and: changing the place of meeting. llie worK was Kiancu in me puui iimmii y n Si-IiimiI Htrci-t nnd Iihs successflillv s?ro n so that now it has taken the: rooms which the V. M. C. A. formerly jj had in the Wood art gallery building on State street. The family of Archie Farnsworfh ap-' peuied to the police-last evening for jjj. assistance oecause tlie man a iaiaer uau baked the house and would not allow j the family to come into their home. It , appears that the elder Famsworth had asked the overseer of poor to take carej of the family but investigation showed j the younger man was able to work audi was not supporting his family, accord ing to the elder Farnsworth. . The hearing relative to the will of Kmnia Jennison, late of Montpelier, ! was not completed .in probate court j Friday and has been continued until I Feb. 17. . , j The trial of IT. F. Graham is not un- i til the 20th of the moyth instead of the l.Jth, as reportonul error made it appear Friday. , Commander F. B. Thomas of the Mniitpdier post of the American .Le gion resigned last evening becaus-e he had statu! that he is a candidate for state's attorney. The office was left j unfilled until the next meeting. The organization has received notice that the YD pictures will be shown here next mouth. Joseph Abair, representing the Mont pclier (tors who were in the VD division, has written to the Uoston papers in quiring the reason why no allotment of the amount to be raised on the memorial clubhouse in Boston has been made to Vermont. Vermont was not mentioned in the figures given in Fri day's papers. 1 The state engineer and highway de partments are closing some contracts with the towns where federal aid pro jects have been designated, in order to get the work -in shape for early next spring. The condition to-day of Rev. XV. S, Mead, pastor of the Methodist church in Montpelier, was more favorable.' He has Itcen in a critical condition for w few days with what apjteared to be a general breaking down tf health. He is about 70 years of age. " The movement on the part of friends of Mrs. Isabella Parker in ah effort to save her from going to state's prison has resulted in an appeal to Governor Clcmcut to stay execution of the sen tence. Word cf this move has been communicated to Sheriff F. H. Tracy and it is probable no move will be made on his piirt until further information is received from the governor. A. G. Preble, deputy Friday afternoon investigated eondi lions in Montpelier, where thre ap pears to have lieen neglect. Hd visited two garages, one where a chimney had been constructed without authmrty. while the other was relative to certain combustibles about the place, lie also visited some of the stores. It is a gen eral effort to secure a' lower rate of in surance in Montpelier. J. G. Hrown. insiirnnce commissioner, and A. G. Preble, deputy fire marshal, and S. B. Hates, state highway com missioner, visited the state garage Fri (1 iv afternoon to see niton t the amount of insurance that ahoiild lie placed on the property. There is aoont .vm.(XlO worth of federal property mere ana tlie state ollicials want to secure eflicient tire protection. The funerai ot fcrapiun rvexeux, who died about noon Friday, will take place from St. Anirustme's church Sunday afternoon. He had been failing for some time "with hardening nf the ar teries. He was a native of St. An- Irois. P. Q., born in IS.f.i, but came to Montttcl'er when 17 years of age. Fif ty yeera ago the Inst day of this month he married t?oalie provost, who sur vive him. He also leaves a daughter. Mrs. Ernestine Chapin. and a son. lyoiii. He was a founder of the St. Jean de ltaptiste in ' Montpelier' and was 30 ream its treasurer. He was a corporal in the I'nion army during the Civil war and for about .VI years wa employed in the .Lane Manufacturing company fi iindry. Romano ilia and Alsrie trilt, both native of sunny Spain and residents of Montpelier, wvre married at the city hall at 10:1(0 lhi morning, .l.weph Tirown, jutH-e of the peace, oflic st- n. I liey will make tlicir home in M'HitjtclieY. Service ' UNION DRY GOODS CO. i t?L THE BIG SALE ON I CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK . . , . v.7' Splendid Saving Opportunities All Over the Store Don'! Let Anything Keep You Away from This Sale Leave Yoiir Household! Cares and Come To-day If Possible Sale Ends Saturday, January 17 THE'UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY GEN. E: S. GREELEY OF CIVIL WAR DEAD. elined" to by the second district vot ers. 3 That he . i "whole-souled, sym pathetic, democratic, able, honest, . t 1 broad-shouldered, , liberal-immled and Went lata War s Lieutenant of New j indpp nAen( Haven. Conn.. Company and Waa . 4-Tht he wpuld not refuse the call Breveted Brigadier General if ennvinccd I list it Wit 1 call from t j the people. ti that he would not run against a . . V -- to ' 1 ' " Ne Haven, t onn., .tan. ,.......-. of ,iti(,Rl anrjitiong Edwin S. Greeley, who was brevelert , Rfhrat he would not run against a a brigadier general in lSii."! for merito-' field of nioney-sp.mdci-s." rious conduct in ae: u.n, and one of the ' 7-That if he sla.uld announce him nous cuuuu. i, . .... 'self as a candidate there would bo no best kaown bankers in t onwetieut, f;M . hjjlJ . Beginning with the last proposition first, it is very clear that if the Moni tor is correct, everything is all over died to-day in his 87th year. General Greeley went to war as lieu tenant of. a local company whicii lie oi gatiized. He rctunted as . . , -hut the shotifing. All that Col, Emery hriga has to tin is to make his announce- - ,0- 1 . .1, . 1, 1 1- .nit . , i ... , . .. j : (Mtmmantlcr in Iua anu inein uui ctvrj uuiri umi,iiic livfd cverT other Connecticut man who wars as if bv magic. Most political attained ihat rank in the Civil war. students, however, wiil disagree with! After the war General Greeley maae the Monitor wiseacre. (. railway and telegraph supplies, and his' As t(J Spon(i;j, money, the candidate; company strung n--s i -i anu is unknown ui i-ne majority of the world's fair at Chicago. j Wnnoiit voter must spend some mm The gold key with which President ry iilc direct jtrimary does not lend Cleveland opened the fair was given to it!Pf j0 moneyless campaigns. While fir. marshal 1 ! r. Greeicv. this same key wa usea J.,m0ry is fairly well known to the by rresment .Mciviniey m oi-ti mr voters or norineasrern i ermnm, ne is; Ixmis epoitior, and it was used to comparatively unknown elsewhere ex-j transit Chauncey Al. lh'pcw-s message CL.pt to piliticians ot an older gener around the world, a distance, of 24,-1 ation. who remember jthe old eonven Slit miles in 21 an J a half minutes. tion days and the colonel's association tnerewitli. He would have to overcome that handicap through publicity. A to having been "accused" of po- lltiinl ambitions thu defendant man ie state camp , , , m..Uv iip i- rn.,,.riiv grounds near the Fanny Allen hospital I ' " , ' ' to the Essex Ilia? and beyond, e.ll t f .aaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aaaaaMiaMaaa.aMaa though -perhaps unjustly accused vi having sueJi ambitions. Most of tha Monitor's pleasant) com ments on Col. Emery's personality are well-founded, and 4he Herald entirely agrees with them. If it were to offer th'j accused a .litUe gratuitous and therefore worthless advice it would say to him: By all moans run for gor ernor or for any other office that he fancies. Make such an appropriation for correspondence and publicity' ai ho can afford, pay nothing to politi cians, tell the people, frankly what ha stands for and let it go at that The idea of "clearing the field by y some miracle, of personality or being a'- ' sured of the nomination by some over whelming puklic demand" lios within tlie domain of drowns ond fancy not ahrewd political faoU. Rutland Herald. Roads. I locked over the new road - it's Teal- r.. . int.. ..amn v a pavement 1101:1 me suvu ..,- MaMnaa. Jill. . . "J Kvanina-. t4l, III. GLADYS LESLIE IV A VtTAGRAPH DRAMA "The Gray Tow ers Mystery" -Action, mystery and artvan turv. Abo "SIMPLE LIFE." Z-rrr comrdy. and "LOOK ING FOR TROUBLE." SKC PROGRAM. 1'AGE I. SPREADING SAILS CAUSE. WILLIAMSTOWN' i uy Ii'MmikI leap year hall at ranf i.ai!. W, i i. aait w, Kridar, Jan. Itt i, ;v rt o r.r l etra. Itanring r in to 1. A4sUwn, II per mple; jcrta tors. 2.V. - adv. I re vt-pt tr. f ir py;g tlV. at P. a-cell's Pel l'l"s PhaiBiaj. aiv. Six Cars Derailed Bat 3o One WTa Injured. Maekar hiding. N". S.. .Ian. Ifl -4 -nadan National railway train No. 10, rnnriair from St. Johns t Halifax, was derailed jut toot1! i't th station here this morning. All six cars Irf; the tra.k. but no nne a injured. Spread ing rail are Ilicvsl to feavc the ttf tie aceiJ-nt; Tha pacn:rcr ill be la I. in to Halifax ia a -e-iaf. WFA1STERI ILLE M. J.,'nn tSa lis j.ti.t V. jt'ampal rks-li l b"U i: atmnal ttarisa Bwrt- ii- Tuesday, Jaa. 13. Port Ethan Allen, and it ceriaiti.y looivs all right. It mav heave a little in tlie spring, but if the concrete top dots crack a little it. can be ea-ily repaired. Jut at present, it's about a pretty a strip of 18-foot herd pavement as one could ask, for. Um liiigton papers and city fathers please copy. " -H. E. H. In Rutland Herald. As we understand it the road tot in the vicinity of .ri,K) a mile, yet Is w Ihi.ra tn" stav for a irxtd many ' year with a very small amount need- j is! anually to keep it in excellent con- j dition. " ! A hort stretch of the -ame type of, road in Newport seems to have weath ercd a winter or two with no apprecia J ble damage and we look t. the new; rather upset the theory that hard sur ! rather uptset the theory that hard sur- j faced roads will not stand up o far; north under the upheaval caused every year by the frot. I Itwrlington. like some of ber iter cilica and like the state in general, had stood aghat at the cost of substantial- Iv built ntads while it has wasted I thousands enough to build a good many mile of such roads in a haphazard system of road building which costs a great deal of money and yields poor ret urn. If Builington had spent its tTO.Otal expended on streets this year on two raiie of cement throughout we wouin have two nitiea at leat of excellent trec. while a it is we have little or nothing t. sho-r lor suchan ex- penditure. A weJI huiit r.tad i- like a well built i house or a pttod auit at clolhins. it ro!.-t money but there i ample favingl in the end." Burlinzton News. , The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop StyIe, Beauty and Saving All in One" Jiist received, ?on.e very smart, new models in Dresses developed in Serge of excellent quality. These are Dresses of the smartly practical type now in such demand. At prices most moderate. See our ppecial line of Maternity Dresses, modeled in Silk Toplin. . The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. See Keith Avenue Window Cel. C. S. tmery Candidate. i The Bartow Monitor, ia the course nf a tpri!f'im-T!tarT art tele et t ing fort tl. (. S. I a erj iialifift.Mi for; I'ae powrwtr-htp. maie acveral inter-! eIir2 stttemewts: 1- Ihat re ka hcen n.wt faiorabiy rt.t!" hy a ricw -p;r puhlt-htvl ; i st att-seaj. P. I 2- That U i - cry favorably ta-J Mr. Farmer We have a high-grade investment for you in a Tank Heater for your water tub. Cattle will produce enough more milk to pay for the HeateV. Two sizes. Come in and see them.