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THE IUMIE DAILY TIMES, BARIIE, VT., FIUDAr, FEBRUARY 6, J9U.
Worth j The Most Important Clothing and Shoe Sale Ever Announced in Barre j of SHOE; ALMOST GIVEN AWAY DURING THIS v.. .-.. NK NOW GOING ON AT THE ARM. S Igreat . .-. ... . , :. a ......... CLO CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS,! S and RUBBER GOODS Rl LJ IP P S. Ld Ei n :t a a a- a ' a a .. a a a a a a a a a a a a a I a a a a 171 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont THE CAUSE OF THIS MIGHTY SLAUGHTER " ' IT HAS COME AND COULD NOT HAVE BEEN HELPED. A condition which Isaac S. Yett, former proprietor of this establishment, was unable to avoid, and like lightning from a clear sky, came the persistent and steady demand and appeals for money. Mr. Yett was heavily in debt, but as an honest man this condition has puzzled him for days, weeks and months, until, the creditors had finally doomed on him and closed up his store on November 15, 1913, in the very heart of the season. After the store had been closed f or weeks the creditors have concluded to sell the entire stock, comprising new, clean, seasonable merchandise some goods had re cently arrived and been placed on our shelves others have not yet been opened. Now, the creditors have left the entire stock to be sold for cash for whatever it will bring to settle the accounts. So we place the entire stock at the mercy of the buying public of Washington County for "the next 20 DAYS, and as it is getting along late in the season, prices have been slashed without. mercy. Everything in the store must be sold in the preceding20 days, regardless of itsoriginal first cost, of the raw material, leaving the cost of labor entirely "out of the question. This is not an ordinary sale', but an extraordinary event, and a sale that will blaze a trail through this section of the country as the greatest Clothing Sale ever before attempted in Barre. - . - COME AT ONCE Come prepared to get the Greatest Clothing and Furnishing Bargains, and the. Biggest Shoe and Rubber Values ever before offered in Barre. You will sure not be disappointed.. They can be obtained here at less than cost during this great "Bankrupt Sale." The entire stock must be turned into cash, and a deep gash must be cut, no matter how cruel or how deep it looks to you. Our prices are brought down to a point that will melt the stock like snow under the bright" sun. ; IT IS UTTERLY IMPOSSIBLE to mention everything we've prepared in bargains for you at this great sale in this advertisement. You must come in to look. Our price cards will stare you in the face. You will regret any purchase made in ClothingFurnishings, Shoes and Rubber Goods while this store was closed. You will buy enough Clothing and Footwear for yourself and family to last you a long time hence, as a sale Of this nature, such an opportunity, may not occur again for, many a day. .. - .. - - ' - - - ' ' " . ' ' EVERYTHING IN THE STORE is marked very plainly. Strictly one price to all that is less than actual cost of the raw material. Make no mistake in the place. Remember the open- ing day is THURSDAY, FEB. 5, continuing for 20 days only. WATCH FOR THE BIG "BANRUPT SALE" SIGN COVERING THE WINDOWS. Do not be deceived or misled in the place. Look for the Red Lettered Sign, saying "BANKRUPT SALE." ' . 5 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a T: T: During this sale NO CRED IT GIVEN. Goods sold for CASH ONLY. Nothing on approval. BARRE CLOTHING S FREE RAILROAD CAR FARE to all out of town purchasers of $10.00 or over for a radius of 30 miles 171 No. Main St. 2 Barre, Vermont, No money refunded. AH unsatisfactory purchases cheerfully exchanged for other merchandise. taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa4aaaaa4aa,aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa EAST MONTPELIER Nut week, Feb. 12 and 13, will occur the 19th. annual session of the East Montpelier musical convention. Through all the years of its existence, this con vention has steadily increased in im portance and popularity and the com ing session promises to be the best yet. As a musical director, Charles F. Dudley is one of the best in the state apd the coterie of musical talent he gathers about liim is of rare excellence. The following works are to be sung: "The Wreck of the Hesperus," cantata, (T. Anderton), Sextette from "Lucia;" "Come with the Gypsv Bride" (Balfe); "Hail. Bright Abode," (Wagner I; "Trumpet Blow, Music Flow," (Gounod); "Honor and Glory (Costa), . "Gleam, Gleam, O Silver Stream," (DeFaye). Services in the brick church .at 2 p. m. Sunday, a practical sermon is prom ised. Everyone invited. Let us make "Go-to-churelr' Sunday every Sunday of the year. ..illSWIIJI.HIWIIJLIMUMwuH!. Special Vataes. 3 packages Kaisins -ioc 2 cans Blueberries . . . V. .................... . ... ... 2oc Large package Quaker Oats 20c 4 large Lamp Chimneys 25c Quart bottle Ammonia . . . . .'. . .'. . . . .... .'. ......... 10c 13 cakes World Soap 50c 6 cakes Sunny Monday Soap 23c 3 large cans Plash . . . . ... . . . 22c Small bags Salt ........ .............. . 4c Large bags Salts 7c Lemons, per dozen .v. 25c 8 boxes Matches ... 23c Our car of Ceresota lFour has just arFrived. Buy now. Our prices right. . Glass and Brass Washboards .-. . . 30c Zinc Washboards .' . . ." 20c T?Ty ri? A piece of Enamel Ware given with every r ivililli $2.00 cash purchase. Remember the 5 Per Cent. Cash Discount SOUTH RANDOLPH Agnes Stoddard of Xewton Center, Mass., is visiting her sister, .Mrs. Archie Mel'lietres. Mrs. George Spaulding and son, Ha 1 ph. of Springfield, Mass., are visiting at 1). L. I.ooniis'. Mrs. Eli Camp of Xorth Randolph visited at her son's, E. J). Camp, Wed nesday. She is the youngest of a fam ily of eight children, four boys and four girls, and is in her DOth-year. She has one brother living, Judge Lewis Dit-kcrman of Tunbridge, who is in his 92nd year, and is still hale and hearty. Mrs. Will Camp has 'been helping care for Iter mother, Mrs. C. C. Ordway of I unbridge, who has been quite ill with pneumonia. . , WILLIAMSTOWN WHAT IS VINOL? I F. A. Nichols & Son, Telephone 109-W , 517 North Main Street About Which We Hear So Much? j Our Druggist Tells You. I After twenty years of study, two enii- i netit trench chcnnts discovered a Jnoth ol by which the alkaloids or medicinal ! curative elements of the cod's liver Could J be separated from the uxcless oil or grease. The oil which has no medicinal lvalue is thrown away, but the healing, ; curative properties are blended w ith , tonic iron and a mild, medicinal 'vine, i which makes Vinol. thus combining in 'one medicine the two uioht world-famed tonics. , Vinol is not a secret medicine, as its ' ingredients are printed on every bottle, and in all eases where the healing, cur ative influence of cod liver oil, or the blood-building, strengthening influence of tonic iron is needed, Vinol gives im : mediate U nclit, for it is easily assimi lated and acceptable to the weakest stomach. For all run-down, weakened condi tions, and to cure chronic coughs, colds and bronchial troubles, Vinol is unex celled. We will return your money if it fails. Kid Cross Pharmacy, Floyd G. ! Kussell, Hsrre, Vt. 1'. S. For pimphs and blotches, try our Sato Salve. We guarantee it. Adv. Our Saturday Chocolate Sale Two (2) pounds 20c Chocolates for Don't Forget Our Com bination Sale 100 5-gr. Blaud Iron Pills 23c 100 5-gr. Cascara Pills ; , . 25c 1 bottle Comp. Syrup Hypophosphite (our own formula) 75c OUR PRICE $1.00 Regular price. . . . $1.25 25c Cummin gs & Lewis, 54 N. Main St. ' The New Store Druggists at The Old Stand Mrs. Walter M. Williams returned the 4th inst. from a visit of about ten days to her parents in Gaysville. John (J. Sheridan has been quite ill with measles at his home pn south hill, but is now able to be around the house. The next meeting of the Rural Good Luck club is to be with Mrs. llattie Sivright on the afternoon of Saturday, Feb. 7th. Mrs. Ella Martin was taken seriously ill on the evening of Sunday, the first dav of February, and lias been confined !to her bed ever since. ' Mrs. James J. Kanaly and daughters, Doris and Margaret, of Montpelier, were in town visiting relatives the 4tli. William B. Jones of the W. B. Jones Granite Co. ha returned from a busi ness trip to New York .and IVnnsylva nia. The fifth entertainment in the lecture course will lie given by "The Koyal Ra conteur," and.-the date is Friday even ing, Feb. l.'t. Kinest Waldo has finished a rear's work for Arthur Stearns and is at home for a time. Miss trt-rtnule Martin is absent from her usual place in the Downs store this week on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. fturdon Martin. Sunday. Feb. 15. will be 'T.o-to-Church" day in 'Willinmstown and ef forts will be made to largely increase attendance at all the services on that day. Congregational church: Sunday morn ing worship at 10:45, sermon on "Get ting What We Want." Sunday school t noon. Cnion service a 7:30 p. m., R-hen a lecture on "John Knox, the Scot tish Reformer," will be given, illustrat ed by fifty stercoptieon slides. Warren V. Grearson has gone to Barre for a short visit to his mother, Mrs. Mary Grearson, who is in poor health. Centenary Methodist church-r-Morning worship at lIM.'i: subject of sermon. "The Autobiography of a Saint." Sun Jay school at noon. Junior Epworth league at .1 p. m. F.nworth league Tuos day evening at 7:30; topic, "(ientleneRS with eliemencc;" leader, Mrs. J. E. Martin. All are invited to attend these services. MONTPELIER Heaton Hospital Had 497 Patients Dur ing Year, Receipts $22,834.44. The directors of Heaton hospital have made out their annual report, which shows that the total receipts for the year amounted to -i2,834.44; disburse ments, .$'8,8.14.44. The daily cost per patient was $2.0.1. which was 25 rents per day less than last year. The number of patients in the hospital for the year was 41)7, number of births 50.- number of deaths 'Z't, number of 0erations 200. Extension to. the buildings and new equipment are planned, which seem nec essary bemuse of increasing business. The endowment fund is $o7.ioA.24. Thomas E. Lackey and Miss Gene vieve K.'1'ine, both of this city, were married in Xorthlield Wednesday in the Methodist parsonage by Rev. A. If. Webb, the single ring service being used. After the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at the home of the grooms uncle in XorthfieM. Mrs. Lackey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer l'ine and for three years has been a clerk in the D. S., Wheat-ley store. Mr. Lackey is employed by Peck Bios. The commissioners of Green -Mount cemetery, in their annual report, state that the receipts for the past year were 5.Mi7..TI. and their expenditures $3,700, with $1,307.3.1 in the bank. NORTH MONTPELIER EM SENTENCED TO STATE PRISON. Charles Bailey Pleaded Guilty to Bur glary at Middlebury. Middleburv. Feb. 6. On information filed bv State's Attornev Frank W. Tut- t'e of Vergennes. Charles Bailcv, ar rested Jamiarv 25, charged with bur glary at the store of Xapol-on J. Hon dreau on the night of January 224, was brought into niuitii ia I court Thursday. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced by -Indue Dnnoway to serve not less than three and a half years, nor more than four years in the state prison at Windsor. - ' "PHONE PATRONS WANT CHANGE. Boston Would Return to "Four-Party" System. Boston. Feb. 6. Complaints .against the system of the New England Tele phone company and a petition for a return to the old four-party line service was received at a bearing by the public service commission yesterday. Several pupils from this school will take a part- in the prize speaking con test to be held tit the close of the win- t ter term of schools, the last of the l month. Alvin Cate is busy fiilling his wood yard with merchantable wood for the coming season. Mr. Cate's wood busi ness is steadily increasing. Ira Gray, while piling wood in the firing room of the Little Manufacturing plant, slipped and fell, spraining his leg quite badly, Tuesday. At 7resent writing lie is unable to get about with out the aid of crutches. . , Services in the brick church Sunday at the usual hour. A practical ser mon and a cordial welcome. to all. "Go-to-church" Sunday ought to be every Sunday, instead of one. t if! w"3 - 8 Clean " W I -M f ! J Way Wlp MOT i mm MOP WRINGER Makes Hard Wfork Easy The disagreeable work of mopping is done away with. The 'Vanco machine does the back-breaking, hand-wrenching work easily and qunckly just press the powerful lever handle and force out all the water. Strongly built of steel with heavy hardwood , handle galvanized after it is assembled. Cannot break or get out of order. Fits securely on any pail and cannot in jure or tip it over. Saves your hands and lightens the drudcerv of mopping. Soon pays for itself by saving at least one-half of your time, and all of your skirts. Home size, $1.75. Janitor's size, $2.50. You can have a "Vanco' for 2 weeks on trial if not satis factory, return it The N. D. Phelps Company Tk 5& TO If Mothers Only Knew how frequently children suffer from worms, ' they would Uke more precautions Rain.t this common ailment of childhood. Grown folka also have worms very fre-, quently. Sirens of worms are: ' IVranred stomach, furred tonirue. belrhirifr. variable ap petite, inemmed thirst, arid or ; heavy breath, nausea, enlarged i abdomen, variable bowel action, Trade Mark pale fare of leaden tint, bluish I rings around eyes, itrhinir of nortrils, lan uor. irritability, dinurhed deep, grinding of , teeth, irregularity of puU. Over 9 years a no my father dia covered the formula of Dr. True'i Elixir, tha family j laxative ahd worm x pell or. Thi remedy j has a world-wide reputation as the one safe j and -reliable remedy for worms and stomach . disorders. At dealera. 3c, 60c and 11.00. j Advice free. Write me. j Notice! 8m Auburn. Itaina. Having been unable to locate in other quarters, we have decided to remain at our old stand for the present and will continue to do business on the same S principles as we have done in the past. We have just got ;n a lot of new goods which we would like to show you, and as we are jobbers ourselves, it enables us to give you a better chance to buy goods at a lower price than you can get anywhere else in town. Our goods are at your disposal. We invite your in spection. SATURDAY SPECIAL SALE Linen Dresses for ladies and misses, $1.50; Saturday only for 75c. New York Bargain Store 1 00 North Main St., Barre. Vt.