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Our new catalogue, just off the press, should be in the hands of every intending piano - buyer.
It is a “Mirror Fashion Plate” of latest styles in piano casings. Our new creations in case designs of grands and uprights are most attractive and fascinating. Exact pictures from artistic halftone plates of our new models, “Classique, Colonial, Athenian, Colonial Renaissance and Louis XV.,” will be found in our new catalogue. This for the asking. In artistic requirements, such as quality of tone, perfection of action, only the use of the finest materials and labor in construction, the Ivers & Pond Pianos cannot be equaled. They are superlatively fine.
Classique. Latest Model.
READ WHAT RAILROAD MEN SAY OF IT.
DURAND, Mich., June 10, 1902.
Chief Train Despatcher, Ann Arbor R. R.
OGDENSBURG, N. Y., June 21, 1902. After looking over a number of different makes of pianos, I pur. chased an IVERS & POND. It is decidedly the best piano I could find for the money. It is a beautiful, sweet-toned instrument, and is giving splendid satisfaction to all who hear it. It is a pleasure to recommend the IVERS & POND piano. Yours truly, C. L. SAMMONS,
Kincaid Division, No. 180, Order Railway Conductors, Utica, N. Y.
SEND FOR OUR SPECIAL OFFER TO RAILROAD MEN.
Our unique method of selling may interest you. Where no dealer sells our pianos we sell direct; practically bring our large Boston establishment, Factory and Warerooms to your door. We will quote you our lowest prices, explain our Easy Pay System, as available in the most remote village in the United States as if you lived in Boston or New York. More than this, if our careful selection of a piano fails to please you, in other words, if you don't want it after seeing and trying it, it returns to us and we pay railroad freights both ways. We solicit correspondence. IVERS & POND PIANO COMPANY,
119 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass.
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The "1900” Ball-Bearing Family Washer.
A Wonderfully Simple Invention That Cuts in Half
Time, Labor and Expense of Washing Clothes.
No More Rubbing or Stooping—Monday's Drudgery No Longer to Be
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I have given the “Washor" a good trial. Both trial. If you don't like it, all you have to do is to
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think it is the best all-around washer I ever heard of. I would not do without mine.
MRS. LILLIAN SELLERS.
Washington, D. C., Sept. 8, 1902. You will find enclosed payment for the 1900" Washer. It fully comes up to our expectations and is all that you have claimed for it. We will take great pleasure in recommending it to all who wish to avail themselves of one of the greatest labor-saving devices of modern times for domestic purposes.
WM. F. SALTER.
P. 0. Ashtabula, o.
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and fast work and durability. the greatest labor-saving machine ever invented
GEO. N. BURNETT. for family use. Entirely new principle. It is
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washer. A great many people have looked
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to go through again, but the "1900” Washer
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