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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1900.
7 We are pleased to announce to the buying public of Morrisville and vicinity that the entire stock of goods of the GLOBE CLOTHING COMPANY of St. Albans was shipped here to us in Morrisville to dis pose of. We presume that it is well known to all that we have six different business quarters in the State, of which we are closing out four stores, and in order to save the trouble and expense of making closing out sales in each store separatelywe came to the conclusion that it was much cheaper to move the stock from two stores into one, which we have now done with the stock of the Globe Clothing Co. of St. Albans, and this enables us to have more goods of each quality and style, where people will find more goods to select from than any two clothing stores in town. Do not think that the goods are out of style or shop worn. Come personally and you will see for your self that all the goods are of the latest style, of best material and make, and our prices, youll admit are next to giveaway prices but don't think that this will last forever, as the limit of our staying here is JANUARY 20, an(l unil that date we will sell the entire stock at the following prices. itr 1111 If ill CLOTHING en's Suits ! Men's medium weight all Wool Suits, of best material and make, regularly sold at $9 to $14, to close at $4 50 to $7 00 Men's all wool Business Suits, regular price 10.06 to $15.00, we will close out at 6 00 to 900 Men's heavy all wool Fall and Winter Suits, double or single breasts, straight cut or round cut coats, sold the world over at 15 00 to $18 00. We will close out all we have on hand at. . 9 00 to 12 00 Men's Diagonal Suits, worth 13 00 to$t5, to close, each at 9 00 Men's Cheviot Suits, sold regularly at 8 00 to $12 00 we will close, per suit 3 00 to 4 50 Men's French Clay Worsted Suits, in colors, black, brown or blue, in styles round cut, sack coats, frocks, straight cuts, double or single breasted, and of the best mateiial, regularly sold at 18 00 to 25 00 to close between now and Nov. 20 at 9 00 to 13 00 Overcoats and Ulsters. We have a large line of Men's, Boy's and Children's Over coats, which must also be closed out on the'aforesaid date at the fol lowing prices: Men's best make Irish Covered Cloth Overcoats, sold all over at $15 00, to close each at 87 50 Men's best make all wool Fall and Winter Overcoats, worth from 12 00 to $18 00, to close each at 6 00 to 10 00 Extra Heavy Winter Overcoats, that are worth double what is asked for them to. close at 7 50 Men's, Boy's and Children's Overcoats to be sold at a great sacrifice in price, such as not mentioned before. We have about 50 Men's Heavy Ulsters and 4s Men's Extra Heavy Winter Coats with Ulster Collars, which will be sold at almost give-away prices. Come, and you will see the great surprise for yourself. " Youth's and Children's Clothing. Boy's 3-piece Suits, with long pants, all wool and best of make, double or single breasted oats, in assorted colors, from 16 to 19 years old, regularly sold at 8 00 to $14 00, which we will close out at $4 50 to $7 co. Boy's Knee Pant Suits, from 8 to 16 years old, all wool, to be closed out at 1 50 to $2 95. Youth's Suits, from 3 to 8 years old, with sailor collars and vest, that are sold the world over at 1 75 to 3 50, but our closing price is only 98c to $1 85 each. , Bay's and Youth's Corduroy Suits, of the best make, regularly sold and are well worth evejy cent of $5 00 which we are closing out at f 2 50 only. We have a good many different styles and kinds of Boy's and Youth's Clothes on hand, which this space don't allow us to mention, but by paying us a visit you'll see for yourselves that it don't pay to let your children go naked at the time we are giving such great bargains to every purchaser. RAIN PROTECTORS. It is not necessary any more to get wet while being out in the rain, for we have one of the nicest and best lines of Mackintoshes and Umbrellas ! ever brought to town. You will marvel at the quality of the goods and the price asked. Give us a call. You will never regret buying an Umbrella or Mackintosh that we are selling at ONE-HALF PRICE. Furnishing Goods! The grand combination stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods, in cluding that we had on hand and that shipped to us from the Globe Clothing Co, is something to marvel at. Look at the very large assortment and the low prices we have on the different articles. For instance Men's Laundered Open or Closed Bosom Shirts, made ffl vn JUl ncSA) Jj of pure linen, sold elsewhere as a bargain for $1.25, our closing out sale pi ne uuiy ut. Men's Silk Bosom Shirts, made of the very best Japanese Silk, regU ularly sold at $1.00 to $1.75, our closing out sale price 69c to 98c on same eoods. Men's Negligee fine Dress Shirts, the very same that are sold elsewhere at cut prices for 85c, our price until Nov. 20, 44c only. Men's every day Working Shirts, double yoke and double breasted, at 49c, worth double. The very best Balbrigan Underwear at 19 each. Men's fine combed Egyptian Ribbed Underwear at 98c per suit, sold all over at 1.50 per per suit. Men's heavy Fleeced Underwear at 28c each. Collars anl Ties almost free of charge. Men's Derby Hats, all of the latest style, and Union make, that are regularly.sold at $3 each, we will close, out at $1.50 each. Men's felt and slouch hats to be closed out at 50c to 75c each, worth double. Men's and boys' Caps worth 50c each, to be closed out at 23c each. We have a large assortment of men's and boys' Straw Hats that are regularly sold at 50c to $1, which we will close out at 25c each. Men's and Children's Hose at very low prices. Men's and Boy's Pants. We have one of the largest and finest lines of men's boys' and children's pants that was ever brought into Morrisville, and as for prices you'll admit that such low prices were never before heard of in Lamoille county. We have some of the finest men's all wool Dress Pants of the latest style and best make that are regularly sold at $4.50 to $6, which we will close at 52 to $3.50 a pair. Men's Worsted Pants in assorted colors that are considered a bargain at $4 75, to close, as long as they last, at $2.50 only. Men' every day working Pants of heavy and medium weight, regular price $1.75 to $2.50, to close at 98c to $1.49. - Men's Union Pants, sold the world over at $1.50, to close at 98c. We have many other styles that are too numerous to mention ; also great bargains in boys' long and knee pants. Shoes and Rubbers. Above all things you'll be surprised in our great display of shoes and rubbers; for instance, Men' every day extra heavy working shoes worth $1.75 a pair, to close at 81.25. Men's oil grain shoes worth 83.50, to close at 81.98. Men's satin calf shoes sold regularly at 83.00, to close at f 2.00. ' . . Ladies', Misses', Boy's and Children's Shoes at the lowest figure ever before heard of". There are hundreds of other articles in the line of MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING that are too numerous to mention, as the space here is too small, for should we make attempt to name and price every article in our store we would be obliged to fill every column of the News and Citizen, which we are not allowed to do. Therefore come personally and you'll be convinced that such great bargains as we offer were never before heard of in the history of store-keeping in Lamoille"county, and the possibilities are that after November 20, 1900, you'll never again have another such an opportunity to buy wearing apparel for yourself and children, where your dollar will do double duty, as it will at the grand closing out sale of M H hmsebo a c Opposite Post Office, Morrisville;, Vermont.