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1 Bed Room Suites Widdecombe Bed Room Suite the best made line Mahogany Four Poster Bed; Dresser, large mirror; Dressing . Table; Large Chiffonier, one of our nicest suites. Northern Bed Room Suite Ivory Enamel, seven pieces, Bed, Dresser, Chiffonier, Semi-Vanity Table, Chair, Rocker and Dressing Table Chair. A very good value. Atlas Bed Room Suite Ameri can Walnut, four pieces, Bed, Dress er, Chiffonier and Semi-Vanity Table. Tile Wall Paper We have a few samples of the nicest of Kitchen and Bathroom pa per left. Make your selection now. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS -BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE BERVICi CUT rate ui u krM-drt.a ambulaarai aitaca mil at raaaaoaUa Lrma. Trifbon IMT. ! Bring On Your Fords! I For the next TEN DAYS we will Recover the Top at FIFTEEN DOLLARS. All kinds of Repair Work at the AUTO TOP SHOP F. H. Bartlett, Prop., 220 No. Main St., Barre, Vermont. aamsmamntrffltmmTmnmffl REAL ESTATE LOANS 8 SECURITY tint Mortaaaa on Improved Ral Eatatc in Atlanta or on Gwra-la Farm.; worth in wh iw, uin conservative api.rai.al, twice the amount of the '""NON-SPECULATIVE-No !' durlnr twenty-five years' experienr atteU the Btm-eperulatlve character of these loana. One V.runt Client Ha Entrwted Thtan. ef Dollars a Invratmrnl Kan, to La for the Paet 8i Yeara rirat Morta Bond in Denoialnatiena of Kit. $S an tla Bend for our Booklet on Georgia, our eurrent bulletlnea, descriptive of current bond and mortgage offering and facsimile of teetimotiials from many client. GREEN, TILSON & McKlNNEY 17SMT1 Hurt Baildim Atlanta. Gearcia i j By All "Sweeten t With omino Sugar is th cheapest food o nwhich the human machine may be fed. Sugar is not sugar in the sense that any brand is an acceptable substitute for any other. Insist on D omino, refined by the Amer ican Sugar Refining Co. In it you will find superior quaities of color, dissolving quality and absolute purity. WE SAY, BUY NOW! Domino Fine Granulated, 100 lbs. $9.00 Domino Fine Granulated, delivered, 100 lbs.. $9.23 There is the tablet form for your afternoon tea besides the powdered confectioners, and brown. Then there is Domino Syrup, a high grade cane syrup of clear amber color. You will like it. i j The W. D. Smith Successors to SMITH & CUMIXGS CO. I Means 99 w i Company, Inc. .e.l THE 1SA1UIE TALK OF THE TOWN Food at Methodist church Satur day p. m.-adv. A ftne Una of new remnants, assort ed materials t Methodist church food sale Saturday p. m. adv. At Barre's finest aocla fountain. Try Manhattan pudding or custard ice cream. They are flna. adv. , One hundred and one gongs with words and music for 10c eacli at Bai ley's Music Rooms. adv. Joseph Ladrle and son, Benoit, of 32 Nelson street lett last nifctu on a uusi ncsi trip to New York and other points in New York state. t; Stolln Cnok. nianist at the Black theatre in Northtield, passed the wecK ena at ner nome on rerrin nucn, returning to-day to her work. California Sunkist, uniformly good lemons. Buy a dozen to-day. See how Inmnna serve. To-dav's price, per d(W. 24c. At Marchrtti'a Fruit Store. adv. Albert Scott of St Albans, former ly an nftln emrilove in the Central Vermont freight office of this city, visited in the city over the week end. California Sankist, uniformly good lemons. Buy a dozen to-day. See how lemons serve. To-day's price, per do. 24c. At Marchrtti's Fruit Store. adv. fiaa V .((,! n'Turr arrived in the city Haturdav from New Rochelle, N. V., to spena tue r.asier iiuuun; ,i New Ilochelle college at tyr home on Eastern avenue Walter Ingram of 0 Bugbee avenue left this morning for Elyria, O., to join his uncle, Jack Black, and he employed with him at the Elyria Golf club course. Dance Thursday nigh, March 31, in Howland hall under auspices of ladieV union, Uinversalist church. Carroll's orchestra. Tickets, $1 couple; extra ladies, 35c adv. Mis Alice Avery returned this morn ing to Albany Business college, in Al banv, N. Y., after having spent three weeks with her parents, J'r. aud Mrs. X. E. Avery, of Eat Barre. As you enter the new theatre to day, an envelope will be handed to you containing a card on which you should write your name. On the out side of thr Envelope write the name you propose for the theatre. Thesj names will 1m? looked over by a com mittee of thre persons not connected with the theatre in any way and the one presenting the most suitable name will be handed the $50. Envelopes and nirHi nill he triven out when you come into the theatre Monday and must be in before 10 o'clock Tuesday night. 1 lie .,u.fnl iurons will be announced Wednesday night after the first show. adv. RANDOLPH Mrs. R. H. Moore, who has been in Brighton, Mas., for a week with rela tives, returned home on Saturday. The masquerade ball given by the Rochester club lt week was a de cided success, with many lovely cos tumes and some comic ones as well. There was a large attendance and the entire receipts were more than Jl.V). Friday night at the i. A. K. hall tho Rochester dub hsd maple siiear, the club members and their friends meet ing there and enjoying the. treat for a small sum, sufficient to pay for the sugar. A social time of muds enjoy ment was the result. An emergency alarm was sounded about 10:30 last Saturday evening, anil several gathered in Hie square in re sponse to it, and to learn what was the csuse. Dorothy Ordway, an 11-year-old irl, went to the rehear-al at the church and had not returned home, and her pople became alarmed in re gard tq her. Soon after the alarm, however, it was found that she was at the irreenhome on the Totman ad dition. The fsmilv live near the preen house and she had gone in there on her way home. A very enjoyable event was the mu sicale given at the parish house on Sat urday afternoon by the Randolph Literary club, under the chunre and arrangement of the committee pnn i,tintr of Mrs. M. A. Tewksmiry, Mrs. K. W. Tewkbury and Mr. L. A. Ru slow. There were many guests pres ent and the assembly room was well filled to listen and enjoy the prnjram. Mrs. .1. P. Gilford, the president of the club, presided, ami at the lni; pave appreciative words to the committee in charge and al-o thunk for thoe who gave of their time and talent to envertain the comi.any with their se lections. Altogether it was a very eniovsWe afternoon. The serices at all the churches on Sunday were held with KaMer pro prams and sermons' and the decora tions were in msnr cea very elab orate. Tn the evening th uml un ion service ws held st the Bethany church, with Rev. R. 11. Moore for the speaker. Leonard and Krrol Slaik. wh- hae been in PitNfield for the wck with relatives, returned home on Safurdav. Miss Ktta ("hamlwrlin. a teacher in Montnelier, U psin? her vara t 'on with Mr. O. S. Chambrrlin and Mi' Mary Pratt. Trie bodr of Ray Walhridge, ho death occurred in a Ronton hospital, haa heen brought here, and it i un derstood that ths funeral will be held at East r.sndoltvh on Tue.day. De ceased is survived by a wife and five daughters. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Wanted Good MTond-haml Ford car or tnirk. Slaytin's Cash Market, 1M , North Main street, tel. 5.VM. , For ral Wheeler k Wilson arwing machine. to burner gas late with oven. Write to "L," car of Timea of- j lice. ! May fur Sale; also beef cattle. Leo Pert rand, Bailev street, Barre, tel. 41 fs- ' M. " Wanted 4iir! or wi.man for prneral jou-'ork. Fred Kerr, Richard-ot. road, R. V. P., No. 2. ' Lost iFriday afternoon between 3:3'! and 4. an firn fare fold watch be tween Anderon A Fribrrp's hfd and ;r.nite street on C. V. track. Finder plra kave at Titne flire and oblige. ""For Sale -Ail eToceries and fiture ve fold at once ; aM pd rleir. new: stv-k. CsU at ! South !tn street. tr Sale -r Rent - Fie r.v.ni r.tta? in g'xf rpair. i.v ly fJai-eivd and painted. In stonhd section. Aj-ply to -H" rare f.f Barre Time. F-.r Snl,- Tra-1 .ra' y new ak sprinp and rpMr i n A No. I ronrli 'Mft. t l ap if tak'-n at on-e. a'i at il Fji-'rrn ae. ;,s" FOR H A T H I N F rotnT be a v Ustrr Keelrr Krl O r-a 'r'n nt !u-e VafidoOe: 13 for !.; V. -I. D.sefa, bone Hi 1U3 DAILY TIMES, BAIUIE, VT.. MONDAY. MARCH 28, 1021, TALK OF THE TOWN "Springtime," April 5 and 8 alv. Dancing, It to 12, Howland hall on 'Wednesday evening. March 30. adv. If you want soda fountain service and quality try us. The Barre Drug Co. adv. Dog owners have only five more days to pay their dog license at the city clerk's ollicc. Soma types of talking machines re duced abo'ut one-third at Bailey's Mu sic Rooms, adv. Lewis Rickert will be pleased to see all of his old friends at Barre's pro gressive pharmacy. adv. Fancy articles, aprons, candy and cooked" food, Episcopal bazaar, How land hall, March 30. adv. To-night at the new theatre, "No mads of the North," a big First Na tional attraction, with a great com edy and news reel. adv. Introducing Manhattan pudding and custard ice cream to-day. Special intro ductory price, 25c. Barre Drug Co. adv. Just what the name implies. Barre's finest soda fountain. Soda satisfaction and service superb. Barre Drug Co. adv. w a M But rare I tJ-xtremeiy rare i Mr. Edison tested 3800 singers. Only 22 sang pure notes. NEW EMBOtl "qftt Phonograph. ith a SovJ" ' Come in and hear Case, FREE! Mr. Ediaon'a fa vorite portrait I Th, tamouspen tching by Franklin Booth, 1 a 19 inches. Given to avery ona who otea In our "moat-in-teresting Ameri cao" conissu L DROWN'S DRUG STORE 48 No. Main St. .Barre HI zj ii m m m m ANOTHER OPENING TO-DAY Barre's Finest Soda Fountain Receives all possible attention and we know that the fountain dainties served are of the highest quality and purity. CHI 72 'in 5. V Triple Seal Bricks There is no better Ice Cream brick made and to prove thia we will sell a pint brick for 25 cents on our opening dates. EXTRA SPECIALS Something never introduced to the public of Barre before: CUSTARD ICE CREAM MANHATTAN PUDDING Introductory Price 29c Pint 49c Quart You will like the Special Ice Creams. COME IN, wait for your car or the shows. Vm are so splendidly located you will f.nd it most con venient. A cordial welcome is assured. Try the "Park Sundae" It's New and DifTerenl The Barre Drug Company, !nc. New Park Theatre Rld Depot Square. TALK OF THE TOWN "Springtime," opera house. adv. Everyone come to the pantomime, Howland hall, 8 o'clock, March H0; dancing after entertainment. adv. Just what the name implies. Barre's flnet oda fountain. Soda satisfaction and service superb. Barre Drug Co. adv. To help buy uniforms for the Gran ite City baseball team, a benefit dance will bq given in carpenters' hall Friday n'ipht, April 1. Good music. Tickets, 75c; extra ladies, 13c. All out and lend a hand. adv. A good crowd and a good time is always assured at the dances held by the iadics of the Universalist church. Be sure to attend the dance on Thura dav night in Howland hall. Carroll's orchestra. Tickets, $1 a couple; extra ladies, 3Sc adv. With fairnesa to the t'ushman com pany, electricians, it should ho stated that thev were responsible fyr all the wiring of the new T-rk theatre build ing which opens to-day. By some mis understanding they were inadvertently omitted from the list of those taking part in the erection of the building. The hanging of fixtures was done by others. ' tear a purQ Ooice! MORE beautiful than a sweet silver bell, more exquisite than any other musi cal sound in the world, is the human voice when it is pure. Hempel, Chalmers, and other artists Mr. Edison has picked for their purity of tone. The New Edison Re-Crkates these magnificent voices so perfectly that there is no difference be tween Re-Cr bated voice and original voice. It gives you 4 their every enchanting beauty. II m m 4.15 K 11 r; I m m DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens. Beautifies. p(v Milk A few cents btiy "Danderine." After a few applications you cannot find a fallen liair or any dandruff, besides every hair dhows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and abundance. Adv. ELKAY'S Straw Hat Dyes 16 Colors at Red Cross Pharmacy BATTERIES We have a bat tery for your Ford car. Harvey & Mower Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. ry An Adv. in Tiie Times 25c IW IVA Mawinr M Jit inmwaua-ai wtmib ma Jt i j rmm n if a Rv ITS i rr-fra 1 8 Tiie Times I i;Classifiei m a I PnliimRQ eat ADAMS COMPANY t t SILK DRESSES , l Taffeta Foulard Canton Crepe Crepe de Chine Combinations Canton Crepe and Crep de Chine Taffeta and Net ' The simple little Taffeta Frock with the pretty ruft'lu effect $19.50 to 42.50 Tho new and popular Canton Crepe Frock with touch ot eyelet or wool embroidery $39.00 to 69.00 Pretty soiled models, tasty embroidery con trasting pipings, effecting ruffles and dainty collars. Syndicate Successful Stores 2s N.D.Phelps Co. Rex Shingles These shingles are manufactured by the orig inators of this style and any but the Flintcote Company must only copy and pay royalty. Wc have both Red and Green Ccrtain-tccd Roll Roof ing Three Grades CERTAINTEED MAJOR C.UARD I Telephone 28 Barre, Vt. t v . onday Old Dutch Cleanser, the value, special to-day, M Good Values Blue Label Karo, 15c size, our price 10c Blue Label Karo, 5 lb. size, 50c, our price 33c Rpd Label White Karo. Red Label White Karo, 50c size .35c Nev Teco Pancake Flour, per package 12'c New Buckwheat Flour 10c per lb 3 lbs. 23c New Maple Syrup and Horse Radish in bulk, Ten lbs. Native Onions for Fresh dug Parsnips, six pounds for Certified Oleomargarine, per lb. Wilsons Nut Oleo With Coloring per !t The F. D. New and Very Smart Models Just Received The call of the spring days makes us think of the new frock to wear when we leave off the outer wrap. ( Medium j gj' j Medium Heavy Light v Medium I Heavy Specia best of them all; a 13c per can. . ... . ....... .........9c, 25c size 20c Sugar Cakes. Sour Pickles and Relishes. ?0 ...25c! . . .32cr Ladd Co.