If you intend buying a piano, we want to say just eight words to you- WE WILL Save You Money on a Piano. This means something when we say it and we will add- Now is the Time to BUIT. Trade in all lines is dull. Money is scarce, and a little money go es a long way. About 4O Rented Pianos Will be brought in for the summer this week. Some are good as new, having been used but a few months, others (three or four years) will go at prices which will astonish you. BVERY PIANO Will be thoroughly tuned, action regulated and repolished and will be warranted, same as new. RIGHT HERE WE WANT TO SAY A certain competitor is oöering a piano for wbich we are state agents at a price absurdly low and at wnich it is known it cannot be furnished. Such conduct is beneath the dignity of responsible dealers who are above misrepresentation and falsehood. Parties making such statements simply misrepresent facts and have no intention of making such offers good. A state agency for a reliable piano carries with it reasonable business protection which every legitímate manufacturer invariably gives to those agents who sell bis piano. We sell the pianos we represent on their merits regardless of those sold by others, or misleading statements made by them. Dealers having a reputation usually do the same. Others could follow this method to advantage. HERE ARE A FEW PRIOES: PRÍCE, INlEW, PRESENT PRÍCE 1 Pitit Bij ou Piano, $ 90 1 Peek & Son Opera Piano, - - - $325 150 1 Allmendinger Piano (Good as New), - - 300 180 1 Allmendinger Piano (Used but Rix Months), 300 200 IPease Piano, 350 225 1 Brie Piano (Slightly used), - - - 325 235 1 Mehlin Piano (Shop Worn), - - - - 450 350 TWO SQUARE PIANOS AT YOUR OWN PRICE finp í 1ÏÏC I 2 Ann Arbor Organs, Odd Styles, 6 Octaves, 10 Stops, to close, $68.00. UfiuñllU 11 Chicago Cottage, 6 Octaves, 13 Stops, - - 65.00. 31 .SJt'Sy' u H c,. TriE AlVÍlNl ARPOR ORGA1VÍ CO.