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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1021. B. W. HOOKER & CO. Big Reduction Sale Suites Three-Piece Standard Ivory Bedroom Suite $ 70.00 Four-Piece American Walnut Bedroom Suite 168-00 Three-Piece Jacobean Oak Dining Suite 200.00 Three-Piece Mahogany Dining Suite. . . 216.67 Beds We still have a nice line of Beds, in Brass, Wood, Steel and Iron. 33 1-3 Per Cent Reduction Floor and Table Lamps A few nice patterns still in stock. Come and take your choice at one-third off. Wall Paper A very few more samples at 20c a double roll. Rugs Our stock of rugs is getting low. Come in and make your selection now. Dining Tables and Chairs A few cheap Tables and Chairs left, from which to take your choice. This Sale Closes March 19th. Terms Strictly Cash. STOP LOOK Don't Forget THE Big Closing Out Sale TALK OF THE TOWN At the new theatre to-night, "A nrna.lu-ir ttuhlilo." with Corinne Grif- fith, and 'a good comedy and Kinogram. AT THE " New York Army & Navy Store 311 North Main Street You'll never again be able to purchase this merchan dise at such remarkably low prices. It pays you to pur chase not only your immediate needs but for next fall, as this merchandise will be far above these prices at that time. Pay us a visit. It will be worth your while. Yours for big bargains. Stabin's Sales Corp'h. One of Many Branch Stores Throughout the Country home jMip h paying investment Letting youf home "run down" will prove costly economy when the bill for repairs comes in. Save your home from the wear and tear of weather and hard usage and it will save you money in the end. Don't forget that a house well-painted will rent or sell for 20 per cent more thaa the house that shows lack of care. The wise property owner looks carefully to the paints and Tarnishes that he ucs for he knows tnat those that give the greatest length ofsrn-ue will, in the long run, always mean a saving of do!Urs and cents. That is the common-sense busi Be reason behind the wide uc of PAINTS AND VARNISHES They have proved themselves money ravers to the user, and the cirrf J buyer of p-int and varnish looks for the Rogers f rade Mark on every can. - The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. I Successors to SMITH & CUMIXGS CO. Uni- Dig dance at Montpelier armory on versalmt church Thunday nigW.-adv. Murrli 17: Carroll' inches tra, nine plows. C. V. train after the dance. udv. Drop in at the Congregational East er sale this afternoon, get a cup of tea, spend a social hour and then Btay to the supper. adv. The ladies of the Church of the Oood Shepherd will meet with Mrs. Given pjieimerq win im-rv ....... , - - Kinir (street. Friday afternoon at 2:30 don hull, Saturday evening, March li). B , I,' ... . 1- I Rnn.flt f W f A ArlU oom All- to gew for the Kaster ale. Vrank VV. Belville of Williatnstown has been appointed a deputy game den for the state of Vermont by Linns Leavens, state lish and game commis sioner. Miss Dorothy Humphrey will play "Prelude in C. 'sharp minor," by Rack maninoff, and not "The Burning of Cork" at the St. Patrick' musioale TThursday evening. adv. Every uer of milk uliould go to (he Bijou theatre to night and ee "Out of the Shadows" a true fctory of per sons who contracted tuberculosis from milk j also maimer of eradiation. ad. Maccabees, attention! Hegular meet ing of Harmon review, Xo. 1, Wednes day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Initiation and refreshments. Guards and officers wear white. Collector will be at hall at 7 o'clock. The ladies of the KpUcopal church will hold a sale in llowland hall on March 30, afternoon and evening. Aprons, fancy ami useful articles, can dy and cooked food, also articles from the foreign mission for sale. adv. Jtat. hospital All ki. . ladies' and gents' hats cleaned and reshaped. All k inds of shoes dyed and cleaned. First -class shoe shining. All work guaran teed to be satisfactory. Come in and look me rher. D. Bruzzesc, 157 North Main tutrect. Hon. Wayne B. Wheeler of Washing ton, D. C.. will discuss House bill Ml in the aasemblv. hall, Montpelier. on Thursday, Murol'i 17, at 7:.'i0 p. m. '('his is the prohibition enfon-etnent bill, which parsed the House by a majority of 14. Mr. Wheeler is national attor ney for the Anti Saloon League of America. He know the Volstead act and it relation to "concurrent legisla tion" perhaps better than any other man in the country. Everybody should hear Mr. Wheeler on House bill 111. "Springtime." Arrangements are be ing made by a committee of the Barre Woman' club, headed by Mrs. A. C. ,Tone, for the production of "Spring time," a musical comedy de luxe, un der the direction of .John B. Rogers Producing company, at the opera house April 5 and 6. Member of the. cost and choruses will bfneeleeM from the best talent in the city. The tcenery and costume as furnished by the pro ducer are said to be th last word both in splendor and beauty. A professional director will be sent here to take charge of the staging of the entertain ment. Rehearsals will begin about Thursday, March 17. adv. The ladies of the Woman's Relief corps will serve ainnr in me ,un'ii- Thursdav, Marcl cordially invited, are, in working hall, Williamstown, 17. The public is Coma just as you clothes. Menu: Roast shoulder of pork, with dressing Brown gravy Riced potatoes Mashed turnip Pickles Cabbage relish Rolls All kinds of pies Cheese lea Coffee Dinner will be served from 12 o'clock until 1:30. Price, adults, 33c; chil dren under 12, 2oe. All attend and help the women. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Get your supper at tho Congrcga tional church to-night. adv. Read the temntinir menu on vast 8 to oe aervea ny tne men oi tne Bier dance at Montpelier armory on Thursday, March 17; Carroll's orches tra, nine pieces. C. V. train after the dance. adv. To-night and to-morrow at the new theatre, "A Broadway Bubble," with Corinne Griffith, and a great comedy and Kinogram. adv. Old and young folks'dance, Clan Gor- Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. mission, 50c a couple, extra ladies, 10c. adv. "Out of the Shadows" a true story dealing with eradication of bovine tu berculosis, at the. Bijou to-night. See how tuberculosis can bo contracted from infected milk. udv. Louis L. Woodward and Seibert O. Adams of Albany, X. Y., roommates of Donald W. Smith at Vala university, were in town Monday to attend the funeral of tho late Donald Smith. Mrs. Willium Pyper of Barre, who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Martin Larson of Cambridge, Mass., for the past six months, is now visiting a son, William Pyper, at Kddystone. Pu. Dr. Leonhnrdt says Hem-RoM will completely relieve any form of Piles. It gives quick action even in old stub born case. It's an internal treatment that removes the cause. K. A. Drown sells and guarantee it. udv, Be sure to take in the pantomime entitled, "A Day at the Railroad Sta tion," to be given in Howland ball on March 30. It will be just a little dif ferent from what you have seen. Some of the best talent in town will take part. Remember the date and be sure to come. adv. wwiiiii.nitu'iari WILLIAMSTOWN - Frank A. Brockway has returned to the U. S. naval recruiting oflice at i Springfield, Mass., after spending a 30-1 day furlough with his family. j Mrs. L. Marshall Jackson and daugh-i ter, Katherine, of Summer street,! Barre, were in town Monday visiting at W. II. Lougee'g. Program for grange meeting, Wed nesday evening, March IS: Opening song by grange Xo. 75; rollcall, "What topics do you want discussed in our grange?"; reading, "What Is tne Grange?" Miss Trma Cheney; solo,! Mis Esther Cheney; Heading, Mrs, I Ethel Poor; reading,' Miss Ethel Seav-; er; de'Ue, "Resolved, that the farmer j should be paid on the basis of an eight-j I,... .!...." r...,a rVlk., an A Hrnrv ' Mrs. Martha Wales is spending a few days with friends in Barre. Dr. Carl F. Robinson started for Pittsburgh, Pa., last Sunday and will be away from home for a week or more. The ladies aid of the M. E. church will serve new maple sugar at the cittry of the church thiH (Wednes day ) "evening from 6 to 8 o'clock. All are invited. The Delta Phi Delta class of the Con gregational Sunday school met with Howell Heaver lust Monday evening. A very plnasant occasion is reported. Special meeting of Summit lodge on hruluy evening o'clock. Work Per order W. M E. J. Rutter. optomctri. will be at tha hotel Friday, the 18th. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. Moving pictures and old and young folW dance, supper at WiHiamstown inn, Thursday evening, March 17. Ad mission, pictures, 50c and 25c; dance, 50c a couple; supper, 50c. Special fea ture, "Trumpet Island." nine reels. Management moving pictures. adv. Goed Goods t Good Service ADAMS COMPANY NEW EASTER DRESSES The new and exceptionally pretty materials of this season lend themselves so gracefully to the attractive new models that you are sure to be pleased with March 18. at 7:30 in the second degree. II. G. Bennett IT IS A FACT That most people who buy Kelly-Springfield tires keep right on buying them. Barre Garage The ladies of tb Woman's Relief corps will serve dinner in the Lynde hall Thursday. March 17. The public is cordially invited. Come fust as you arc, in workin"? clothes. Menu: Roast shoulder of pork, with dressing' Brown gravy Kicea potatoes Mashed turnip Pickles Cabbage relish Rolls All kinds of pics Cheese Tea Coffee Dinner will be served from 12 o'clock till 1:80. Price, adult 35c, children un der 12. 25c. All come and help the wom en.' adv. St. Patrick's Musicale. CfmiM-rt nrirrinf to lie rivea at the St. Patrick's musicale. Knight of Co lumbus hall, Thursday evening at 8 o'chtek undpr the auspices of the A. 0. H. and the Ladies' Auxiliary: j Piano solo, 'Trelude in C. Sharp minor" Rachmaninoff j Dorothy Humphrey j Solo, "Irish Lullaby" Jennie David Solo, selected Dr. Meagher1 Solo, "Dennis" Richardson Mercedes Sennett I Cornet solo, "Irish Airs" melody j Clayton Wnite Solo, "Tommy Lad Clement MeMahon Kolo, selected Charles Gibbon Solo, selected Lillian Papin Solo, "That Tumbled Down Shack in Atblone" Louis O'Leary "'""" - ' "-' t t i : : : I I the nice selection we can show you. What Color do You Prefer for Easter Sunday NAVY GRAY BLACK TAN NAVY AND GRAY NAVY AND TOMATO NAVY AND HENNA GRAY AND BROWN BROWN AND TAN NEW AND POPULAR MATERIALS of the soft graceful draping texture. . , CANTON CREPE TAFFETA SATIN CREPE DE CHINE . ' COMBINATIONS CREPE DE CHINE and GEORGETTE CANTON CREPE and GEORGETTE NEW EASTER STYLES BASQUE BODICES RUFFLED SKIRTS BROAD GIRDLES EYELET EMBROIDERY WOOL EMBROIDERY CONTRASTING SASHES Ribbon and Canton Crepe Applique in pretty rosettes and floral effects. COLORS and COMBINATIONS -THAT ARE VERY EFFECTIVE Prices $15,00 to $65.00 New and Very Effective Hats PRICES SURE TO PLEASE. t t t t t t t ? : : SYNDICATE SUCCESSFUL STORES : The Times Classified Columns One-Half Price Sa Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Russell gives you what you are looking for once more. Any article in this sale at one-half retail price. You do not have to have two. Try An Aov. in 3 i no Times Household Specials 600 lbs. 50c Opeko Coffee 23c 400 takes 35c Baking: Chocolate 18c 350 cans 35c Breakfast Cocoa 18c 150 pkgs. 65c Opeko Tea 33c Rubber Goods $2.75 Hot Water Bottles $1.38 $3.50 Automobile Pneumatic Cushions 1.75 5c Nipples 3c Stationery 75c Cascade Linen Pound Paper 38c 75c Cascade Linen (48 sheets, 48 en velopes) 38c 70c Lord Baltimore Linen 35c Soaps 15c Klenzo Soap $c 15c Rexall Toilet Soap 8c 25c Bath Tablets 13c 25c Klenzo Tar Shampoo 13c 25c Skin Soap 13c Cigars 15c Royal Sovereign fcc 15c Flor De Murat 8c 8c Boston Club 4c Toilet Preparations 60c Harmony Massage Cream 30c 60c Violet Dulce Cold Cream 30c 75c Syta Face Powder 3bc 10c Emery Boards 5c 15c Emery Board 8r $1.25 Ivory Combs 3c 25c Tooth Taste, Bicker's 13c 50c Biker's Antiseptic Tooth Towder. . 25c 50c 13c 38c 63c 75c 43c 25c Household Remedies 25c Riker's Pastilles 13c 85c Cherry Bark Cough Syrup 43c 60c Children's Cough Syrup ,. . . 30c $1.00 Jaynes Dandruff Remedy 50c 60c Jaynes' Disinfectant 30c 35c Jaynes Dyspepsia Mixture 18c $1.00 Jaynes' Diapepsia Mixture 25c Jaynes Charcoal Tablets 75c Jaynes' Germicide $1.25 Jaynes Germicide ... $1.50 Kidney Tone yOc Lithia Tablets, 100s . . 50c Jaynes Pile Ointment 50c Jaynes Pile Suppositories 25c $2.00 Effe Sodium Phosphate $1.00 $1.00 Septone Hair Tonic 50c 50c Septone Shampoo 23c $1.00 Riker' Rheumatic Remedy .... 50c 00c Senna Fig (Syrup Figs and Senna) 30c z5c Toothache Relief 13c $1.25 Syr. Hypophosphite3 63c $1.50 Beef. Wine and Iron 75c 50c Jaynes' Catarrh Cream 23c 23c Foothelpa (Antiseptic Foot Pow der) 13c 50c Neural Balm (Analgesique Balm) . 25c 30c 4aynes Antiseptic (Antiseptic Liquid) 13c bOc Alkseptic, Jaynes (Alkaline Anti septic Liquid) 30c 25c Carbolic Healing Salve 13c 15c Camphor Ice 8c 73c Riker's Expectorant 3Sc 75c Balsam Tar 38c Electrical Aids for the Up-to-Date Hostess For the hasty lunch or after tea, as well as for regular everyday use, electric table cookery has become all the rage. Of course, you cannot take advantage of this popular conveniences, unless your home is wired. Why not settle this question now ? WIRE YOUR HOUSE THIS SPRING BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. There are many items too numerous to mention in this small space. Come in and look us over. Russell's, The Red Cross Pharmacy Do Not Let This Op portunity Pass You By ALL PERSONS WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM THE EFFECTS OF INJURY OR DISEASE AS A RESULT OF HAVING SERVED IN THE FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES DURING THE WORLD WAR ARE ENTITLED TO HAVE THEIR CLAIM PRESENTED TO THE BUREAU OF WAR RISK INSURANCE AT WASHING TON. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE TOTALLY OR PERMANENTLY DISABLED IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE COMPENSATION. IF YOU ARE INCAPACITATED IN ANY WAY THAT LIMITS YOUR EARNINNG POWER MAKE IT KNOWN TO THE AMERICAN LEGION AND THEY WILL PRESENT A CLAIM FOR YOU. THE AMERICAN LEGION BARIiE rOST NO. 10 Tlii Spr Donate By F. D. 144 Ca.