GRAND AND UPRIGHT. Receiving the highest and most favorable comment by Artists and the eflned musical public. Highest Medal awarded at the Cotton States and [nternational Exposition at Atlanta, Ga., 1895. Cali and see them at the Music Studio of R. 11, Kempf. List of parties who purchased through 11. II. Kempf, representative of the Strich & Seidler piano: Prof. Herman Zeitz, School of Music Faeulty, S. 4th ave., Ann Arbor Mr. James Divine, Forest ave., Ann Arbor. Rev. Henry Tatlock, St. Andrew'sRectory, North División st, Ann Arbor. Mr. John Condón, S. Uuiversity ave., Anñ Arbor. Rev. John W. Bradshaw, S. División st., Ann Arbor. Mr. G. Josenhans, E. Ann st., Ann Arbor. Mrs. John Koch, E. Washington st., Ann Arbor. Prof. J. O. Schlotterbeek, Thomp3ou st., Ann Arbor. Mr. C. Chandler, 857 Trumbull ae., Detroit. Mr. H. C. Rvan, 2544 Park ave., St. Louis, Mo. Mr. V. E. Widenmanq, EastSaginaw. R. H. KEMPF, Teacher of Piano, Organ, Gomposition. Organist and Choirmaster of St. Andrew's Vesfed Choir. CONCERT PIANO TUNING. ONE STANDARD. # THE HIGHEST.