The postoftice at Fenton was broken nto by burglars who cut a hole in the door to re.ach the look. The money and stamps were locked in a 900 pound safe and the robbers were evidently afraid to tackle it there, so they hitched themselves to I).. (. II. & M. truck, loaded the safe on it and hauled it through tovvn at 3 a. m. to the outskirts, where with chisels and hammers the safe was stripped of its outer casmg and an entrance effected at the back. The inner steel chest was removed and literally sraashed to pieces. C. C. Topping, the postraaster, says that they got $100 In money and a large number of stamps. The blank money orders and other Taluable papers were unmolested. Many people heard the sounds of the hammer" and uuise made by the burglars, but aone dared to interfere.