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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1916)
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vAn ensemble of suites
and odd pieces In faithful
reproduction and Interpre
tation of the early mas
tera for the reception
room, the library and the
Dining Room Suites
(Cover First Section)
Brans and Metal Bed
and Mat tret a Dept..
ihown In full sixes In Cen
ter Section of this large
Bedroom Suites and
Dressers, Toilet Tables
occupy the Third and
Largest Section, covering
the greater part of the en
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Will 9avo You Money
Fourth Floor tL la I
Living Room and - LI- C "H3 1 V
brary Tables, Overstuffed iT"i si t
English and Turkish LL TV
Chairs and Rockers, the Q " " rf H '
Luxurious Davenport and if II t R
the Big, Jnvltlng Arm U II If Ik
Chair are shown on this AjfmE" j ' B v"ft
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. Basement Pliira Uf
First Section A beautl- II 1
ful room for Sun Porch I I 1
Furnishings and Summer I I fi 1
Furniture. 1 I I X
Second Section Stove III
and Refrigerator Dept J I II
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At Its Roomy Quarters ,
MAIN BUILDING AND ANNEX
Just Off Sixteenth Street at 1513-1515 Howard, takes place
TOMORROW, SATURDAY, MARCH the ELEVENTH
at 8:30 A. MM and continuing through the day and evening.
In opening their doors and in extending an invitation so far-reaching
as will embrace each individual who may read this ANNOUNCEMENT,
or otherwise learn of our opening event, the management of the RAY
MOND FURNITURE COMPANY confidently expects your attendance
tomorrow, in the belief that the half hour, or the hour, or your visit, pro
longed as your time may permit, will prove both profitable and pleasing.
The entirely new stock, fresh from the shops, of America's greatest
manufacturers, arrangedn our six sales floors, afford an unusual , op
portunity to gather new ideas and conceptions for the "HOME BE AUTI
FUL." Prominent among the great mass of dependable, strong lines of
furniture to be seen there are many adaptations of many interesting1 an
tiques expressing a surprising faithfulness of replica from the hands of the
modern designer and cabinet artists. '
Adaptations to the already established scheme of decoration and period
design now in your own home will be recognized in many odd pieces about
the floors, and be of interest to you. The price tags on these and all other
pieces throughout the stock are marked in plain figures, and they will also
interest you. '
. Our Second Floor
Special mention should be made of our rug and carped department
covering this entire floor of the main building. This section will espe
cially appeal to all, since the rug is said to be the "soul of the room." And
when you rpmember that every piece here shown is absolutely new and
fresh from the mills, in carefully selected patterns of every accepted pleas
ing shade and color combination, in all the grades of Brussels, Axminster
arid Wiltons, also Novelties, and in all sizes. This splendid assortment of
nigs we were fortunate in buying before the recent sharp advance. in mill
prices took effect. The low prices you will find tagged on this floor will
emphasize this statement. t)on' forget to examine them.
In addition to our store arrangement and the stock on our floors for
your inspection, a good musical program is arranged for the day, and there
will be sweet music to greet your ear and fragrant flowers handed to each
visitor among the ladies.
MUSIC Olson's orchestra. Intervals 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 afternoon,
7 to 10 evening.
Your welcome and genuine "at-home" reception will be made as com
plete and pleasing as it is possible for our management and assistants to
make it for everyone.
See Sunday's Papers for Some Opening Special Values for Monday