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The daily star-mirror. (Moscow, Idaho) 1911-1939, January 04, 1919, Image 5

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The last invitation you are now reading. All of
cnore you are now offered.
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orth must and will find owners within - the next 30 odd days.
lain, and that $75.0 00
««£ in an pthe word, get your full share of these most extraordinary offerings.
AT NINE A. M.
HAS DI
in bull
I TO UNLOAD ONLY AMONG HIS FRIENDS AND
Shipped to outside points—Now for the Bargains of a Century.
MEN'S READY-TO-WEAR NOW GOES FOR MERE »
or merchant or manufacturer, dare to make. Williamson is on
k everybody has got their money and he retires from merchandis
It is with regret that we hear of a few "Doubting Thomas" who insist in saying that Williamson
is not going to give up this store for he is making too much money to do such a thing. Williamson
does not deny that the store has always been a success, but thinks a doubter of his word should not
be, and to those who will not believe Williamson makes this offer: He will give to the Good Roads
Committee a check for $20,000 on February 8th, 1919, if the doors of the McConnell-Maguire
Building are not locked or that Williamson will sell a nickel's worth to anyone outside of store fix
tures in that building. So you disbelievers make a note of this—we need better roads.
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Prices less than wholesale, you are assured. Make out your list, buy ahead for spring and next
harvest needs. You'll save a lot of money.
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That GREAT GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Will Be The First to Go
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Sweet Corn, No. 2 Illinois Solid Pack. Regular 25c, sale price, per can
Tomatoes, No. 2*4, solid pack. Regular 25c, sale price, per can.
Calumet Baking Powder, 1-lb. cans. Regular 30c, sale price, per can.
25-oz. K. C. Baking Powder. Regular 25c, sale price, per can.
16-oz. Bottle Ketchup. Regular 40c, sale price, per bottle ..
Tea in bulk, green or black. Regular 60c lb., sale price, per lb.
2-lb, can Karo Syrup. Regular 25c, sale price, per can .
Red Sockeye Salmon, 15*4-oz. tin. Regular 35c, sale price, per can.
Citrus Washing Powder. Regular 30c and 35c, sale price, per package.
LeRoy Jelly Powder, assorted flavors. As long as it lasts .
Instant Postum, 4-oz. tin. Regular 30c, sale price, per can..
* 4 - lb. Bakers Cocoa. Regular 30c, sale price, per can.
*4-lb. Hersheys Cocoa. Regular 25c, sale price, per can ..
Campbells Soups. Regular 15c, sale price, per can ..
. ,14c
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.15c
.27c
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Golden Age Line of Macaroni, Spaghetti and Noodles, sale price, per package .
Quarkers or Mothers Oats, 3 lbs. 7 ozs., in round cartons. Regular 35c, sale price, per package, 27c
. 8 l-3c
.. .8c
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Consumers Toasted Corn Flakes. Sale price, per package ..
Tall can, Mount Vernon Milk. Sale price, per can.
Palm Olive Soap. Regular 15c, sale price, per bar.
White Lilly Soap, bath and toilet size. Sale price, per bar ..
Luckets Steam Refined Borax Soap. Regular 1254c, sale price, per bar
Mothers Wheat Hearts, round package. Sale price, per package . .....
7-lb. carton Cut Macaroni. Sale price, per carton
Quakers Corn Puffs. Regular 15c, sale price. ....
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50-at Î values to $12.50 at $2.9»rvakics at $25.00 at $3.98.
and I values, good range of sizes,
lutes c -sale. All good styles, sizes 34 to 46.
$2.98
All go at the one price
Values to $4.50, all go at
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75c
Embroideries, Laces Silks, Linens, Domestic Dry Goods
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i. Eicing Frocks Must Go
All now go v;ithouf thought or consideration of their cost or value. Still in these departments
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remain by far the best stocks to be found in any store within a radius of at least 75 miles. They are ^
doomed February 8th. Williamson locks this building, then that's all there is to it, so take the warn- , 4
ing—here fearlessly and truthfully given you.
Gne lot, values to $35.00, all
handsome styles, good range of
colors, all sizes, at
lot, goi ! 0 f sizes, values
5.00, s rice
$11.98
$14.98
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$18.75
DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT, THE BOOKS ARE CLOSED. LIBERTY BONDS TAKEN
AT FULL FACE VALUE.
VERY CASE THEY WILL BE LESS THAN HALF PRICE.
Lot 5 at choice
$16.50
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Lot 6 at choice
$19.75
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Lot 4 at choice
$15.00
LIAMS ON'S

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VAI TO $2.50, AT CHOICE FOR 98c.
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SES'tl 1ER COATS AT ONE-HALF PRICE.
MOSCOW, IDAHO
$n: ri?ON kimonos, one-half price.

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