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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. JANUARY -J, Ull.
Thomas A. Edison's Latest Triumphs
The New Edison
THE EDISON Points of Superiority Found in
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With the True Tone
At last, a Phonograph and
Records. reproducing with absolute
fidelity every little shade and tone
of the real instrument.
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1. An indestructible record. Cannot be worn out and
practically impossible to destroy. Test records have been
played 3.000 times the last production same as first.
2. A Diamond Pointed Reproducer doing away with
any needle changing, and the continual expense of new
needles. Impossible to wear out the reproducing point,
3. The records play twice as long as any other of the
same size, playing from 3 to 10 minutes.
4. A motor that in 5.000 tests has been proven to be
the best. A motor proven out under Mr. Edison's personal
supervision and found to be without a weak spot in its
5. An absolutely unequalled tone. Perfectly
natural, clear and distinct. A reproduction in which you
can understand every, word. Every little shade of tone
fa & a" . and expression is fully brought out with the volume of the
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We want you to hear this wonderful instrument and extend a cordial invitation to you
to come. We will be glad to let you hear the instrument "speak for itself9 and prove
every one of the above assertions. You will , join with all others who heard it "The
Greatest of Them All."
Mr. Edison himself says, "This instrument is ten years ahead of any other."
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$151 to $475i
Hear these played side by
the difference in tone and volume.
New Price Edison Wax Records Standard 21c, formerly 35c.
$15 to $200
60c to $7.00
50c to $6.22,
where you can form a true idea of
Amberol 4 minute Records 31c, formerly 50c
The Blue Amberol Record
An Unbreakable Cylinder Record with the tone and volume of the old disc
record is another one of Mr. Edison's late inventions.
The only Cylinder Record ever made that brought out the real tone of the
instrument or the real quality of the voice.
The new Edison Cylinder Phonographs all play four minute records and are
fitted with the new Diamond pointed reproducer equal to any other machine
(except the Edison disc) in tone and volume and far surpass them in clearness.
In the Victor line our stock of machines of all types is full and complete. Our
Record stock is complete and includes all the latest Records made.
E. H. Newhouse