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Merchandise From Sheriffs' and Receivers' Sales
Including Material From the
$50,000,000 St. Louis World's Fair
The Chicago House Wrecking Co. occupies a very important position in the mercantile world. Our methods are not only a revelation but a revolution. We are the only concern on earth that makes a business of purchasing entire expositions and other large institutions. We are now engaged in removing and placing upon the market the millions of dollars worth of material from the St. Louis World's Fair. Therefore we are in a position to furnish material for the construction of public buildings, private residences, factories or hotels. We can supply all kinds of machinery, mill supplies, electrical apparatus, plumbing material, etc., etc., at prices that will strongly appeal to the economi
cal buyer. In addition to purchasing expositions we are constantly buying at SHERIFFS',
A million dollars worth of high-grade apparatus of every kind for sale. Rubber covered Copper Wire, sizes No. 14 to 500,000 C. M. Waterproof and Slow Burning Wire, sizes No. 14 to 650,000 C. M. Lead Covered Cable, all sizes from No. 14 to 500 000 C. M. Lamp Cord. 200,000 new and used Incandescent Lamps, ranging from 5 to 13 cts. 100,000-No. 9171 Receptacles-at 3 cents each. Tubes, Cleats and all other kinds of electrical apparatus. 50 Electric Motors from 1 to 40 H. P. 25 Generators from 5 to 200 K. W. Tele phones, Telephone Wire, Brackets, etc.
From the St. Louis World's Fair we obtained an enormous stock of Office Furniture. have the types of all that is comfortable, beautiful and lasting in artístic and fashionable designs. The frames are marked by grace and shapelitess of form, combined with the utmost solidity of construction.
This splendid stock consists of 300 beautiful, solid oak, roll top office desks, exactly like illus tration. Are 54 in. long, 50 in. high, and 30 in. deep. Securely packed for delivery, each, $16.00. Saddle seat, tilting back, swivel office chair, quarter oak, golden finish.
Drop Top Typewriter Desks at.........$13.50
RECEIVERS' AND ASSIGNEES' SALES, where we obtain large stocks of brand new merchandise. This page of tempting offerings is an accurate index to thousands of inducements that remain unpublished, and the price is lower than you ever paid for such exceptional qualities. Space does not permit mentioning a thousandth part of these wonderful values, but we have selected some of those representative of the remarkable character of our stock. Through the entinr display, however, the richness of qualities is i-e variable. It is the greatest aggregation of bargains ever placed before the American public. It has stirred the country from one end to the other.
Modern Plumbing Material
A 20 to 50 per cent saving on anything in this line. Some sam. ples of our prices
plete brand new Bath Room Outfits,
Cast Iron Enamel Bath Tubs, at $12.00 to $45.00
100 million feet well seasoned Lumber from
Send us your Lumber bill for
Save 30 to 50 per cent if you buy at once.
We are offering this lumber for sale at prices
250,000 square feet of 4 and 8-inch thick
ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CATALOGUE No. 586. It lists all the various articles we have for sale. Kindly fill in the coupon in the lower left hand corner. Cross the items in the advertisement that interest you most, and we will send you full descriptions and mail you our 360 page catalogue.
Chicago House Wrecking Company 35th and Iron Streets, Chicago
We guarantee every statement -money refunded to any one not satisfied with their purchases.
$1.75 per 100 square feet.
Painted both sides, durable, economical, for houses, sheds, barns, etc. This is our No. 15 grade, sheets 2 ft. x 2 ft. Price is for flat. Cor. rugated or "V" crimped costs $1.85. Sheets 6 and 8 feet long, cost 25c per square additional. We prepay freight in full to all points east of Colorado, except Oklahoma, Texas and Indian Territory. We have other grades. Ask for our special Roofing Circulars.
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