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ONE PRICE TO ALL.
MOSE LEWIS & Co., The Leaders. ONE PRICE TO ALL 1 WILL HENCEFORTH BE OUR MOTTO. The time has come when we must begin to sell goods AT ONE PRICE, just the same as all other civilized merchants do, in order to maintain our dignity. The change is being inaugurated as rapidly as we can mark our goods* We further wish to state to the public that stock is complete in every department. In order to show the pub lic that we can sell goods at one price as readily as before, we will mark our entire stock of merchandise down to such a price that peo ple wont be able to resist the temptation of unusually low figures. our Coats, Capes and Jackets DOMESTIC. Clothing American Calicoes in all shades and colors, price 74 cents now 5 cents Outing Flannels in all shades and colors, former price 74 cents, now 54 cents. former It is a fact familiar to every one that we carry the best line of Clothing in Mont pelier, Suits that have formerly sold at $12.50 and $14.00 are now marked in plain figures $8, $9 and $10. No show to be over charged, or to pay $2.00 more for the same article that your neighbor did. Dont take our unsupported say so, come and see our prices- If our goods are not marked low enough don't buy it. But dont ask us to come down we Positively wont do it To those who have not a« yet bought one of these elegant wraps, we wPuld state that we have marked our stock down at least 45 per cent less than they were formerly. We want to close out every one of these gar ments, so dont miss this chance to get something nice and durable for a little This chance will GROCERIES. When you buy groceries of M» Lewis & Co. its like put ting money in your pocket. We can save you from 10 to 30 percent. The following prices will convince you: Currents per pkg. Kaisens per pkg. Mothers Mush per pkg. 10 cts 8 brs Nick le Plate soap 25 cts Cross & Buckwells chow money, never come to you again. 114 cts. 11 cts. Linens & Drapery. Table Clothes, all patterns, sizes, colors and qualities, form 50 cents to$1.25. These DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. chow per bottle 35 cents. California pickles per btl. 20c. Breakfast bacon per lb. 14 cts per lb. Hi cts. Black Lusters, former price 75 cents now 55 cents prices are all 35 per cent low Black Brocaded novelties former price 25 cents now 174 cts. j e r than they have been sold now 95 cents. We can sell you a lovely pair of curtains, no starch, 34 yds. long 14 yds. wide well worth 32.72 set now $1.75. Black Silk Crepon forme 1 " price $1.50 Salt bacon Swifts silver leaf lard in Red and Black novelties former price 35 cents now 20 cents Our entire Dress Goods Department has been marked with prices to please you all. But do not ask us tq come down, we will not do so. . 5 lb cans per lb. 13 cts. Schillings Tea per pkg. 20 cts Tea that we consider much better than Sehilings per pkg. 12 oz can Dr. Prices Bak ing powders All kinds of spices per lb. 224-25 cts. Napkins, Doilies, Towels, Table spreads, and all other goods are marked down 35 For the benefit of the public we quote theiP er cent lower than ever be following prices, and these prices wont only| fore - be on our circulars, but every single article in ! ~ , ^ our store will be marked in plain American iSHOPS. Arbuckies coffee per . --<&■ f|g Ures so every man , woman and child will 74 of be able to get their moneys worth, per lb. 44 cts. Your produce of all description in first Beaus per lb. 54 cts* class condition is as good as the cash to us Parlor matches perdoz. 15 c. no additional charge made on merchandise! when you fetch your produce we pay youi 15 cts highest market price. I 174 cts 35 cts. We carry as good an assort ment of shoes as there is in the town, if not better. We also guarantee every pair to give you entire satisfac tion or we return y-our mon ey as freely as we take it. Rolled oats Citron, lemon & orange peel per lb. Hoping that you will continue to give us your liberal patronage we remain ready for business. Mose Lewis Co. Montpelier Idaho.