Humboldt Daily Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on August 22, 1894 · Page 2
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August 22, 1894

Humboldt Daily Republican from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 2

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Wednesday, August 22, 1894
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Spayde's Piano Sale! K I stands for Kimball Who at the World's Fnir Took highest awards On all he had there. stands for investment: Also for inspect— Then for investigation. You can but reject. M B stands for meander And, while you're about, Meander to Spayde's And you'll find something out stands for Bargains And that's what you'll find — Till the 25th. instant. After that, you're behind. L stands for awkward — An awkward-down-tall; On pianos and organs, Horse, wagons and all. J stands for lament. Lost, lucky or late — Eemember the place And the time and the date. J also heads learning, To have and to get. Some of those who buy 'Kimballs Have learning "to let;" HERE IT IS AGAIN. • Now and in all future time you will be glad to be the owner of an instrument which won the highest honors in so great a race. Kiraball pianos, reed organs and Kimball portable pipe organs were easy winners at the World's Fair They have won the admiration of the world's greatest musicians. Doubly sure is the purchaser of a Kimball piano or organ. Sure to receive value for his money. Sure of it's musical worth and wearing qualities. All instruments fully guaranteed for five years by a company whose capital is only exceed. ed by a few of the larger banks. I will be glad to have a call from .-musical people, or from any one desiring to inspect these beautiful instruments. Prices MORE THAN reasonable and, YET, easy terms. IT DON'T TAKE MUCH. Educate your sons and daughters and keep yours sons' at home. A doll, a toy engine, or a tin whistle wont do it: it takes u FINE piano. It doesn't take much money, nor Tiny great effort to own one THIS "WUKK. .Make your choice Tins ISVKNINO. (See acrostic, the 2nd. A) A reasonable payment down and a 'smaller payment monthly looks easy taud is easy; besides, you can save Money right now. I have BUT ten days in which to sell almost a carload of pianos and organs. '•It is beautiful that I can sing so." JENNIE LIND. ADELINA PATTI AND THE KIMBALL PIANOS FROM ADELINA PA7TI, "THI QUIfN Of MNO." OHIGAOO, DECEUBER 10™, 1880. W. W. KIMBALL CO.. CHICAGO, ILL. Gentlemen: t give* me great pleasure to testify to the merits ol the New Kim bill Piano. It his • wonderfully iv. and sympathetic lont and supports the vole* In • most satisfactory manner. Sincerely youri, The Kimball piano has many other recommendations from sources almost as distinguished as Mdme. Patti. Experience and intelligence always win. In the making of the Kim- )oll piano the best materials and the highest grade of labor are utilized. The work is under the nupervision of men who have had years of practi cal schooling in the leading factories of Europe and America. The highest honors were received at the World's Columbian Exposi- lon, Chicago, 1893. This excellent instrument,can be seen at the mu- ic store of James M. Spayde and can be bought at prices which have never before been named to the people of Iowa and upon reasonable erms, too. Don't call early "to avoid the rush," because the people who come are 11 nice people. People who are I BENT UPON BETTERING THEMSELVES, nd do it, by seizing hold of such chances as come in their way and taking dvantage of such sales as are now in progress at Spayde's Music Store. The idea is not, to make money out of you, but to save labor of boxing hese goods and the expense of carting and shipping them back to Chi ago-for, every thing in the shape of a piano, organ, cow, horse, wacon to., etc., must be disposed of by the 25th of this month and I had just ssoon (a little rather) my Hnmboldt neighbors and friends had the >enefit of the slaughter as anybody, or an not. "The piano is the musical charm of our social life." I ~ stands for perfection. In finish, tone, touch— This applies to a Kimball And the price is not much. stands for indigence. That's your complaint? My bargains in organs Would tempt a poor saint! * stands for "at once" And your chance will be lost; (In a VKUY FEW DAYS) For a KIMIULI. AT COST. N stands for "no profit." I may be a "DUNTH:" But I MUST bo closed out E'er the end of the month. 0 heads opportunity. This one is your's And it isn't the kind That a wise man ignores. 3 stands for selection Which now can be made From a stock that's perfection Selected by Spayde. stands, also, for Spaydo , Who a blunder has made. In selecting so MANY— Of SUch a HIGH URADE. A CARD. It is of the utmost importance to you (it seems, to the undersigned) that you do not misapprehend the character of the matter of this page of "The Daily," or doubt the genui- ness of Mr. Spayde's propositions, offers and promises and I beg to inform the public that, no matter what the price is that shall be mnde'by Mr. Spaydo or myself, the goods offered thereat are goods of our own, aonafide makes, perfect and fresh Tom the factory. Fully warranted 'or five years FROM THE DATE YOU IET THEM. W. H. COOK, Gen'l. State Agt. W. W. K. Co. R. P. A ROYAL PIANO AT A REDICU- LOUS PRICE. Remove your prejudice. If you mve any prejudice against buying a piano in this little pity—remove the prejudice. You con get better quality, better prices, better selec- ion than in many large cities. If you have any prejudice against this year," remove the prejudice; I vill save you enough to PAY THE NTEIIEST FOB FIVE YEAiis (on a deal VITIIIN THE NEXT TEN DAYS). IET YOUR FROW A PIANO, 'rench walnut would please her. Rosewood's ALWAYS quite swell. Oak's a "fad" that might seize her. Walnut always looks well.

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