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Here is an example of our ability to save you 40 to 60 i>er cent in the purchase of high grade plumbing flx■tures. We guarant-e that every article used in this outfit is absolutely brand new and first class In every particular.
THE BATH TUB is spotless white porcelain enameled, with heavy roll rim. and of very gracefulshape. THE LAVATORY is beautiful, spotless white porcelain enameled, with full set of nickel plated trimmings THE CLOSET is the latest anil most sanitary, vitreous syphon jet: polished solid oak seat and tankTHE ACCESSORIES include bath seat, nickel plated soap cup. two towel bard, and toilet paper holderNO JOINTS TO WIPE, all threaded pipe connections.
This Is our No. 3'4 outfit, and our price of $50.00 absolutely includes all ot the plumbing fixtures shown in the'illustration, properly crated and packed for shipment.
This is but a sample of the manv different styles that we offer for sale. Fifteen different combinations . ranging in price from. $25.00 to $-00.00. Our prices: will save you one-half what your plumber would ordinarily charge you.
We furnish a written binding guarantee with every, outfit that ye sell. If any material Is not fully up to our epresentations or jour expectations, we will exchange at our treight exi>ense or refund your money.
OUR BOOK ON PLUMBING MATERIAL contains charts, drawings and diagrams: shows how any ■ mechanic can instajl^unblng fixtures without wiping joint, also tells how to secure perfect santta
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We save you from 30 to'50 per cent.
Send us a sketch1cmdiagram of your house for our estimate. Steam and hot water heating plants of modern construction furnished vou npk'te, ready to install. "•Our eflleient Engineering Department furnishe yuu correct healing Ideas. Any handy man can Install our plants, either i.. new or old buildings. Our complete, yet simple Instructions, sent with each ;>lan.
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We buy our goods at Sheriffs' and Receivers' sales.
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