A.G. Wilmot Ad: 0052.0297

FOR QUICK SALE

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THE FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS

of

A.G. WILMOT, JAFFRAY, B.C.

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Electric Vacuum Cleaner – used six months.

Kootenay Range, “Famous”, 6 hole, No. 9, good as new.

Electric Washing Machine, “Easy Vacuum,” for direct current, used six months.

Hall rack.

Dressing Dummy on Stand.

New Singer Sewing Machine, 6 drawer, used only one month.

New Electric Heater, “Majestic,” never used.

Two-Burner Oil Stove, “New Perfection.”

Curly maple Bedroom Furniture, extra large size, with large oval mirrors.

Man’s High Dresser, with hat cupboard.

Large Bureau, in first class condition.

Two Chairs to match.

            (This set took first prize in Hudson’s Bay Store showing of Furniture at

            New Westminster exhibition.)

Heavy Fumed Oak Dining Table – extra large size, 54 in. diameter, four extra

            leaves.

Fumed Oak Dinner Wagon and Small Serving Table.

Wax Floor Polishing Broom – 10 lb.

Oxford Hazel Heater, No. 25.

Small Iron Heater.

Extension Couch, green denim cover.

Round Heavy Mission Oak Den Table, brown.

Two Willow Cushioned Chairs, brown.

One Large Mission Oak Leather Seated Rocking Chair.

Newcombe Piano, walnut case, beautiful tone, in perfect order.

Lot of odd Tables and Chairs.

Garden Hose, Linoleum, Dishes, Pictures, Kitchen Utensils, Boilers, Curtains,

            two children’s Tables, and benches, strongly built.

Large Cupboard, suitable for linen, dishes, etc.

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WRITE, ‘PHONE or MOTOR DOWN.

Inspection at any time, any day.

0052.0297: A.G. Wilmot Ad

A.G. Wilmot of Jaffray wanting a quick sale of furniture and household effects.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  May 5, 1921
Pages:  6
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0052)

Keywords:

sale furniture household effects

Subjects:

People arrow Wilmot, A.arrow
Cities arrow Jaffrayarrow

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