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Everybody Delighted with the
Goiaen Age Piano Club
Delighted with the tremendous saving in price, amounting to almost one-half,
which results from clubbing our orders in a big wholesale factory deal involving
one hundred instruments.
Delighted with the Club’s excellent plan by which each member tries the instrument of his choice
for one month in his own home without a penny of expense and. without any obligation whatever to
buy unless the instrument proves perfectly satisfactory.
Delighted with the Club’s splendid plan of payment by which the price may be divided into month
ly, quarterly, or annual payments to suit the convenience of the Club member.
Delighted with that feature of the Club which makes each member responsible only for his own
purchase and yet gives him the saving which comes from uniting his order with ninety-nine others.
Delighted, most of all, with the superior quality of thepianos, and player-pianos which have been selected by ex
perts because of their superior sweetness and brilliancy of tone, their perfect action and durability.
By placing your order through the Club you secure the lowest price at which strictly first class instruments can
possibly be sold and at the same time insure yourself against every possibility of present or future dissatisfaction.
Read the following letters from Club members in all parts of the country, then write for your copy of Booklet and
Catalogues giving full'particulars. Space permits the printing of only a few sample letters, but they are enough to give
you a good idea of what you may expect if you place your order through the club:
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 19, 1913.
“Our Piano arrived O. K. the 17th inst. It is a beauty and we are delighted
with it. The tone is perfect. Your Club is a grand thing. You will hear
from us again soon.” Mrs. Edward P. Morris.
Decatur, 111., July 15, 1913.
“I certainly am enjoying my piano. I couldn't have gotten any better piano
in Decatur than the one I got from you if I had paid $l5O more than this one
cost me.” Mrs. Frank Britton.
College Grove, Tepn., Feb. 15, 1913
“In regard to the piano, I am perfectly delighted with it, and everyone that
has heard of it, or has played on it, says they never heard a finer toned one.
I can observe such a vast difference in this one and others that are in this
community that have been placed by agents. Too, every one —those who
know nothing a out music—can tell the superiority of this piano over others.”
Mrs. Jordan Riggs.
Girard, Kans., Aug. 4, 1913.
“Enclosed you will find a draft for $57.00, the first payment on our piano.
We like it mighty well. The tone is fuT and clear and the smooth and glossy
finish is certainly superb. We think it much better than we could have done
here for the money.” Oliver F. Potter.
Moselle, Miss., Dec. 12, 1913.
“The piano came on the 10th. We are very much pleased with it. It is
a little beauty. Will let you hear from us again when the month is out.”
S. C. Lowry.
Ridge, La., Oct. 14, 1913.
y-J*We received the stool and scarf a few days ago and hasten to send the
twe*"M y-five dollars as promised on piano. We are delighted with piano.”
Mrs. B. S. Smith.
California, Mo., Mar. 17, 1913.
“Please send me your bill for the piano and I will forward Bank Draft in
paym nt. I am very much pleased with the instrument and think the tone
as swfiet as any I have ever heard.” Miss Cordelia Gray.
You are cordially invited to join the new Club now forming. It is the opportunity of your lifetime to secure a
.strictly first class instrument at a price that is even lower than you would ordinarily have to pay for one of low grade.
Write for your catalogues today. Address
ASSOCIATED PIANO CLUBS, go a l <?e en Atlanta, Ga.
THE GOLDEN AGE
Gibson, N. C., Dec. 9, 1913.
“The piano came in excellent condition. We are very much pleased with
it.” Miss Flozella Gary.
Barboursville, W. Va., Jan. 15, 1913.
“The piano has come, apparently in good shape. My wife is very much
pleased with it. The tone is excellent.” C. A. Love.
Bokchito, Okla., Feb. 17, 1913.
“We received the piano and are well pleased with same. Am sending the
amount due. Please send receipt.” E. M. Darnall.
Tharp Springs, Tex., Nov. 15, 1913.
“I think the piano is fine. We had our little daughter’s music teacher try
it and she said it had a sweet tone and was all right.” W. D. Black.
Emporia, Kans., Mar. 10, 1913.
“The piano arrived in good condition and we are pleased with both looks
and tone. Enclosed find check. We do not feel it necessary to wait longer
for we think it will be perfectly satisfactory. Thanking you very much, I
am,” Mrs. Frank Agrelius.
Findlay, Ok’a., Nov. 28, 1913.
“I thank you for yours of recent date asking for information in regard to
piano. It is coming along all right. The longer we use it the more we are
pleased with it.” Mrs. W. M. Davis.
Lyndhurst, Va., May 27, 1913.
“I am very much pleased with the instrument. It reached here in good
condition. I am writing to know if I send check in full will you take off a
per cent for cash payment. Please let me hear from you.”
Mrs. Emily J. Ellis.
Clinton, S. C., Jan. 10, 1914.
“The piano has come and it is everything I could wish it to be. The tone
is so soft and mellow, it sounds like a harp, and it is tuned for the voice with
a low pitch, for which I am so glad. The bass notes are remarkably fuT and
round. The case is specially beautiful. I am entirely delighted with it — I
never saw a more perfect instrument.” Mrs. Wm. J. Bailey.
April 22, 1915