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r .4 TKE OHIOAQO EAQLfi, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1009. - John M.Smyth Co. LAYINGTHE CORNER STONE TOSS "jv " OF THE GREATEST STOVE illMMlT'l yVOKLil ' .! aja 5.. ttm nmfc'MMiiJTt .. r -r "V I- F5l H KiK-i iliii: Eil3LM5S ncrJ3tjfc5a5i5 WW mzi $12.90 Royal Gem Heat er. A first class base burner. It is very neat in construction and is warranted to give very good service. Has large fircpot, draw center crate. -"- H"?9J : a m a nr i 1 I'M - m - k?iauBVKxsi iv i -awv" m - 'h r mirjFkxm.::mir.'iim jm-mm.-m'rrm? 'jifKRii . - xsa-. aw,saii esBia jiwl lfrOi AAModernHome "T-jrrE ?- tt g m I IfPI E F i3 SOI U0 Ba Burner. E 000 3 fc- 81 P fiBB IStl HMgESfSjlOO ffl &WmB!mm IjS IS uasc ounicr oncrcu at so low - jy: c-ri -rCx-ryTjvalyVV-rrTTT ill1" YlUI tt JTf4Av fM aselsSMftirt X ;- u ' JPIIFJ J1 JUL 1 11 WW-- -zirsSfcj 'sSSSSrS rS a price. Powerful heater and - Tl 1lIUlXMfl iVfrf tW m TYlEs M NUA illlAr V MTTjTJJrl tK SK MiiL Ssi lf 7? ' economical in fuel. i -M?i--r4" Sar BSraJJWJjmrjr: K57rJJfm lilJSF KSzS III 2& FmP -- Tln wWirrjr -4.1-. ; 4 ft W HI Plilll Ks!t$ ss ii u -- a , . r I AhM Ail iin nrri a Utdsi's rad m v&yw.? Table; polished top. ex- bolstered In - -..- - - , 6 feet, wJLfltfv leather. Pol- v fi 5 O O ( - vSS fT- U(( nail i z-BnBBte. "- - in i k i i i i .im i ' .h l i . i A --! " i i y y i vu in i Brantf!- - -uu. - "S-" r. . " i i l I W'l si u - m i d nj .. n v I M i cr T Palatial Dining Tabic, Quartered oak: extends to 5.75 "ice- $32.75 A 4-Post Bedstead, in cither quarter-sawed oak or mahog any finish; exceptionally well made and finished, besides being heavy and 2Q1 7ff vvi a if l solid throughout, ' jn3 An ornate Dress ing Case in quarter-sawed oak or mahogany finish, 44 inches wide, mirror is 18 x 40 fc, $24.75 Napoleon Brats Bed, extra value; outer posts 2 inches in thickness; interior filling &ctic!::....$46.75 Solid, substantial Brass Bed, genuine value; outer posts 2 inchest! kg 9B in thickness, vWlw AToppy Par lor Rocker, in either oak or mahogany, p o I i s h e d throughout, $4.50 v I O 1 Pi i China Closet, ?ierfect match or buffet board, 36 in. wide, 66 in. high, $17.50 Buffet Board of quarter-sawed oak, finished e i t h e r golden or early En glish; carries good style and construe fe. $22.75 Rare value in a high-class Buffet Board, of quarter sawed oak. 46 in. wide; brilliantly Sfc, $36.75 Ideal Iron Bed, a veri table gem in design and construction; made only Sff. $6.95 Full Roll Napoleon Bed stead,either in golden oak or mahogany, dull finish, extremely well made and SSedl ..$29.75 A Hardwood High Back Rock'g Chair, broad seat & wide arms. Price, $1.55 A Weathered Oak Library Table,hcavy and substantial, 36 inches long, $2.95 i - -- - i g y ' Chiffonier, com panion piece to dressing case; 34 inches wide; mirror is 18x24. Price $22.75 Stylish Dressing Case, finished in dull mahogany; 42 inches wide; mir ror is 24x30. Price $23.75 A very comfort able Rocker, up holstered in gen uine leather, has spring seat, a K-J m Spsfli ?-, lr ill . s (Ckkjjskli A Genuine Bargain in a Couch, upholstered in vclour. Though not of our own make, never theless at the price quoted it is remarkable value, ft J AS Price ? lTU4T m-ilF Ifuf l Wf B ' KiS 4Q 7 for China Closet. U WAS nrTJ 99 9 6.Ft Dining Table, 42-inch top V 9 I I wJth three-inch legs; Six Hardwood Chaiw and Golden Oak Buffet, 40 inches wide-all as per aoovc illustrations. This Genuine Leather tSleepy Hollow Rocker i has been manufac tured bv twentv vears. It is the acme of comfort, combined with solidity, grace and beauty. Seat is 27 in. wide, total height 47 in.; made of either gold en oak or mahogany (191 7J finish MlefD Commodious China Closet o f quartered oak, abso lutely high class in finish and construc tion, 42 in. wide, 83 in. high, i $34.50 us for nearly Library Table of quarter-sawed oak, polished; 42. in long also, a few in mahog- g-1 S rj& any finish. vJ.fi. I O A Pedestal Extension Table; extends to 6 ft.; we claim it to be about the greatest of f e r ever made in Chi- 457 7ST. cago tJi.ItJ W ' -' rg' -Jy J Magnificent Luxurious Couch, a product of our own workrooms: construction and finish absolutely guar anteed; upholstered in finest of velours, or tapestry in Oriental effects -YD A Nobby Parlor Suit; frame-work is of a spe cially selected grade of birch finished in a dark rich shade of mahogany and polished unto the smoothness of a piano; choice of coverings in a large and varied grade of vc- ttOQ fJS lours, damasks, etc. Price 7u5F. f U 1 ! ' 'u f f III ArW rn? 4SSJ CI 3Bf TE t An Extremely Commodious 3-Piece Parlor Suit of the popular fireside type; upholstered in antique vel vet, silk velour, plain or figured, or in heavy tapestry. Each piece sits as comfortable as a Morris Chair. Con struction, coverings, etc., considered, this suit would not be overpriced at $35 or $90. $63 75 L j r$19.75 o v v A J-Piece Mission Suit, upholstered in genuine leather; work is of solid oak, finished in a beautiful shade of early English. It maintains an appearance of solidity and simplicity. Needless to say the con- t29Q IJIZ struction is superb. Price Ji0.i w High-Class Dress ing Case, in either golden oak, mahog any or bird's-eye maple ; base, 44 inches wide; mir ror,' 30x24. $29.75 Chiffonier, conforms with dressing case; base, 35 inches wide; m i rror, 18x24 Price $26.75 InTheir World's Record Feat (Continued.) of furnishing over a mil- The continuous autumn lion homes, one of the spectacle of the old-style home comforts early pro- Smyth wagons depositing fid w, tin w m -t:1 'i I J- - - I l-jiri.Ti'.7r- JohnM.Smyth.Hoaschold Gooda. ffiftft 02 Weit Madlion Street in 1867. $37.50 quality and univcrs radiating surface. fectly fitted. Ail i "Favorite" Base Burner. Very beautiful, thoroughly modern and perfect in operation. Our sales on the Favorite Base Burner are increasing every year, because of its superior al satisfaction, its economy in the consumption of fuel and great Made of high grade castings. Handsomely finished and per- ckel parts am i?7 bright and of lasting quality. Fully warranted vided by John M. Smyth Co. was that of a good house heat er. It was in the Chicago of a former age, when conditions were primitive no palaces, no glit tering boule vards, no park gardens, no tele phones the age of wooden sidewalks and frame houses of oil lamps and can dles of houses without gas light and of street cars with out cushions and without mod ern straps for passengers. nThe winters were severe and good heat had been a long-felt want, when John M. Smyth Co., to make everybody comfortable, introduced the Favorite Base burner, the above picture rep resenting the first car load con signment to the old Btore on W. Madi son Street. The demand for it became a furore, like government land-grabbing. The mausions of the present loop district discarded their furnaces for it, and it got to be felt as a privation for any dwelling to be without one. Cottages were enlarged and a one room addition made to log cabins to let It in a Favorite along the avenues or laboring through quagmires and over narrow turnpikes to the outlying homes, was one of the familiar street scenes of the period. And, as a like scene has continued through the forty succeeding years.it must have been a pretty good ' ?ater, to have caught on that way, otherwise, instead of forty years, such demand for it wouldn't have lasted forty days. It is hard to deprive a good thing of a good name, and it always had, and has to-day, the name of being the best house-heating device ever in vented, whether for comfort or for gorgeous ornamentation. And among lingering home memo ries, - It lingers I To old settlers ana ' tne last two generations of people who, in childhood, played In its warmth and were dazzled by its splendor, its associations blend with those of the ancestral portraits on the wall, and will last while life endures. $47.75 "Favorite" Base Burner. A masterpiece in design and finish and its workmanship is excelled by none. The three flue construction in this stove makes it 'the most economical in con sumption of fuel and its heating capacity is increased wonderfully. The castings are of the very purest mixture of pig iron. All parts are perfectly fitted, making it absolutely air tight, Has large heavy fire pot All nickel parts are heavily plated and very brilliant Guaranteed in every respect ... i n !', 4- V ' ' 4 w -fi '. . ? ; 'i. M' w, ' 1 'I m . I v,- ?'&. -.iU U. U'Ww..