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THE liAKKK DAILY TIMES, BAKKE, VT., MONDAY, JULY 21, 1913.
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NOW IN FULL SWING
An Event of Unusual Interest to all Thrifty Women
Dependable Merchandise at money-saving prices
The importance of this sale t you cannot be fully realized until
you see the goods.
Therefore, we urge you to come and. inspect our goods and see
what truly remarkable prices we have placed on them. Be just as
sharp-eyed, just as critical, just as exacting as you can. You'll find
that your dollars will go farther at this BIG JULY SWEEPING
CLEAN-UP SALE than ever before. ,
Sale Closes Saturday Night, July 26th
NOTICE!
Our entire line of new Spring Suits going for
the remainder of this sale at
OME-MALF FMICE
Every Coat in our stock
dropped regardless of cost
Special for Wednesday
BIG VALUE
Wednesday morning we put on sale one small lot of Pure Linen Hemstitched
Tray Cloths. These come in 18x27 size, and are a regular 39c value. For this one
day only we offer these at '
29c each
These are an exceptional value and will not last long.
See our window display.
Not over two to a customer.
The
GREAT VALUES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
inner FMs Company
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All good reduced in the sole at 'the
Vaiighan Storen , .
Mi Binona . .Jone of Camp street
Mt to-day for Whterbury, where she
w ill pass a fe.daj s as the guest of
Miss Katherine LeBarron.
BURIAL AT CHELSEA.
George Andrus' Remains Were Brought
from Waterbury.
Chelsea, July . 21. The remains of
George Andrus, a former resident of
this town, were brought here Inst week
from Waterbury, where lie died in the
insane asylum, where he had been for
nearly twenty yeara. The funeral was
lield from the Congregational church.
Rev. J. A. Lawrence officiating, and in
terment was in Highland cemetery, the.
bearers being E. 1. Barnes, (i. M. Med
ralf, W. A. Hood and E. E. Wallace.
The deceased is survived by a widow
and one daughter, Mrs. Bayard C. Dean
of Concord, N. H, and one sister, Mrs.
JIary E. Bradbury of Claremont, K. H.
HELD RESPONSIBLE, RESIGNS.
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John 0. Battershill Was Superintendent
of Public Property in Lawrence.
Lawrence, Mass.,- July 21. John O.
Battershill tendered his resignation as
superintendent of public property yes
terday afternoon to Alderman Bradbury,
commissioner of public property.
The resignation, which takes effect
at once, is the result of the inquest
finding of Judge Mahoney, who placed
the blame for the drowning of eleven
boys at one of the city bathhouses June
30 primarily on Supt. Battershill. The
linding of Judge Mahoney was given on
Saturday. Mr. Battershill refused to
make any statement regarding his res
ignation. He was appointed superin
tendent of public property by Alderman
Bradbury in' January, and had charge
of the repairs of the bathhouses prior to
the accident.
Mr. Battershill has held public office
during several administrations. He had
previously been superintendent of pub
lic property and at one time was su
perintendent of streets.
Ball's Sure Seal Fruit Jars
in Pints and Quarts
If you have ever used them you will heed more,
you have not used them come in.
Fruit Jar Rubbers and Jelly Tumblers.
If
C. W. AVERILL & CO.
Tel. 439-W Barre, Vermont
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Hamburgs marked down at Knight's.
Our July clearance sale now in prog
ress at Vaughan,'.
An interesting program of feature pic
tures at the Bijou to-dnv.Adv.
Miss Oladys Cutler of" Keene, X. H.,
is visiting in the city for a few weeks
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Glvs
son of Berry street.
Mrs. John A. Olson of Worcester.
M.18S., is making a two weeks' viit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. .Tudson
Hughes of st street. After leaving
Barrp she will go to Montreal for a
visit before returning to her home.
Miss Gussie Vctt, cashier at the Vett
clothing store, is faking a two weeks'
vacation from her duties. She has gone
to Kutland ainl Burlington for a ten
days' visit. During her absence, her
sister. Miss Horn Vett, of Montpelier,
is taking her place.
Dean T. Baswett, a rural deliverv mail
carrier, met with an accident on Berlin
sfreet Saturday afternoon while on his
daily route tint resulted nearly in de-
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Mioupiitm'iii oi nis wagon, ana slightly
injuring the horse attached. Basset't
was goincr down Berlin street whpn
backstrap broke, causing the harness to
drop on the horse's rear legs. This star
tled the animal, which soon struck a
fast pace down the street. One of the
express teams of the People's Lighting.
Heating &. Power Co. was stationed at
a point near the steel bridge that spans
the Stevens branch. The Bassett horse
attempted to worm its way between
the Gas company team and an adjacent
telephone pole. One shaft of the deliv
ery team sailed directly between the
fore legs of the other horse. When the
other shaft crashed into the telephone
pole the frightened steed freed itself
from the wagon and continued flight.
Carrier Bassett was thrown from his
precarious position to the ground, but
escaped serious injuries. The wagon ws
badly shattered so that the government
attache was compelled to complete his
trip with an automobile. The mare
owned by the Gas company escaped with
but minor scratches about the forelegs.
The season has arrived when we may ex- t
pect rainy days. r
Are you prepared with a Slip-on Coat?
.fc We have them at $2.00, $5.00, $6.50, f
$10.00, $12.00 and $15.00.
Also a complete line of Cravenetted Coats
at $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 to $22.50.
Boys' Slip-ons $3.00 and $3.50.
Eugene McCann, a former big league
player, has been named as manager of
the Xew London team in the Eastern
association. He displaced Jack Burns,
who has been manager all season.
Frank McWhorter Company
TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED
TO RENT One or two rooms, unfurnished I
or partly furnished ; electric light. Inquire 88 !
neiin avenue. lUTta
FOR SALE One bay g-year-old mare with
colt by her side ; lo one bay horse, weight
8f0 pounds ; light express wagron, harness, etc.
Inquire at 606 North Main street. 107t6
FOR SALE All my saw-mill machinery, in
A-l condition ; all ready to aet up and fro to
work with. Will sell cheap if taken at once.
Robert Wark, Adamant, Vt. 107t
WANTED Two (tranite cutters on monu
mental work. Apply to A. H. Desileta & Co.,
in Smith Bra.. Granite Co', shed. Rumhjtm'a
meadow, 10 ; li '
WANTED At' once, 10 laborers for work in
Fairlee and Newbury. Telephone 64-2, Water,
bury, Vt. . 107tl
LOST- Heifer calf, black, about 4 months
old. Will finder please notify Paul Larre.
R. F. . 1, Plainfleld, Xut i07i
Another deep cut in dresseg at, Ab
bott's. .
. Mrs. Isabelle Bonnyman and daugh
ter, Mina, of New York City, arrived
Saturday for a visit at the home of
James Glass, 3 Dix street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gonyo and daugh
ter, Blanche, left this morning for a
carriage drive to Shelburne, where they
will visit relatives for a few days.
Charles F. White, Thomas N. McKen
j'e, Charles L. Parker and M. D. Mun
sie, all of Boston, who have been guests
at the Morrison farm since Friday, re
turn to-night to their homes.
Mrs. A. Galli and children leave! to
morrow for New York, from which place
they will sail in a few days for a visit
to Mrss. Galli's .former hctne in Switzer
land. John Gautliier, who suffered shocks
several months ago and who has been
recuperating at his home at Montpelier,
resumed his duties as cigarmaker at the
Landers Cigar Emporium this morning.
Miss Florence Mayo and William
Mayo of Bandolph were visitors in the
city yesterday. Miss Hannah Mayo,
who has been spending the past week in
the city, returned lat night with the
party to Bandolph.
Mifcs Lois McXeil of Maple Grove left
this morning for Bellows Falls, where
she will .visit for a week as the guest of
her brother, Lloyd McNeil.
Philip Griffin of Kutland arrived in
the city this morning for a few days'
visit as the guest of his brother, Rev. A.
to Mrs. Galli's former home in Switzer-
Mr. and Mis. O. .). Ledan and daugh
ter, Cecille, returned to-day to Burling
ton, after passing a few days in the city
as the- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Marion of Mummer street.
Sunday's arrivals at The Buzzell hotel
were as follows:! Harry La Clark, Bel
lows Falls; Thomas Walsh, Boston;
Philip Connolly, Brooklyn; F. J. Moon
ey, Boston; M. J. Clifford, Brooklyn; A.
Milton and wife, Montreal.
William Ollivcr, jr., of Hillside avenue
leaves to-night for Holyoke, Mass.,
where he will attend a convention of the
Sons of St. George, which will convene
to-morrow. Mr. Ollivcr will represent
the Hearts of Oak Lodge, of this city.
On Wednesday Mr. Ollivcr will meet
his wife, daughter and sister, Miss Kate
Olliver, of Boston. After a few days'
visit at Boston they will pass the com
ing two weeks at Westerly, R. I., Watch
Hill, K. I., and Quincy) Mass.
BUY NOW
CLEARANCE SALE OF UNDERWEAR, EMBROIDERY,
HOSIERY AND SUITS AND COATS
Lowest prices of the season on this season's best goods.
Misses' Union Suits, 25c value at ....... . . 19c
Children's Hose, sizes 5 to 7, regular 15c and 25c Stock
ings, per pair . 5c
Hamburgs. 10c value, per yard . . . .- 5c
27-inch Flouncings, were 29c; at . . . .. 25c
: 45-inch Flouncings, were 35c, at 50c
I $15.00 Suits at $7.50
jpiz.uu ana $io.uv oais ul .
Odd lots and mused goods on center counter at one
half price.
LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL
FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE
I HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt.
Successor to veaie .mgnt
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The Ovens:
From the steam room the bread is wheeled
on racks to the three ovens, each holding
275 loaves, making 825 loaves being baked at one time. After it is
baked it is placed on galvanized iron racks and wheeled into the
Wrnnni no- R nnm - Here the large' cIean racks of
lapping IVOOlll. hot bread stand and coo to
the right degree. Then they are placed on the Wrapping Machine,
where they are wrapped in wax paper to protect them from all out
side impurities. This machine seals the ends and no human hand
touches the loaf again until it reaches your home. We are the only
bakers in Northern New England that wrap their bread by
machinery.
When the bread leaves the Wrapping Machine, it is carried on
a moving belt to the shippers. Here it is placed in baskets to be
sent to the leading grocers in Vermont and New Hampshire.
DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR BREAD IS MADE?
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and you know it is made under sanitary conditions in a white walled
sunlit shop. Visitors are always welcomed.-' Order a loaf of Tasty
Rnisin Bread for every Friday morning, at
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