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The Wheeling intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1903-1961, July 20, 1912, Image 12

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I The Davis, Burkham & Tyler 3rd I
Co-operative Piano Club Saves
You $100—Plus. The “Plus” Is
Valuable and Full of Interest to
You as a Member of This Club
Pi<)!1 A Regular $375 I
I idiSH Vaiue-At...
$5.00 Membership Fee
i $1.50 Weekly
... Weve to d you the story of the splendid pianos and players which we offer in
. s Kreat club- ,We have told you the story of how, by a fortunate combination of
circumstances, the manufacturers, Messrs. Price & Teeple, could engage to fill an
order for 200 of these instruments, when ordinarily it would be impossible for them
01 anv other manufacturer of an established, world renowed, universally sold
instruments to do it.
We have told you in plain figures what this club represents in people, money
and instruments.
W e have told you how such a club is possible with us, and no other piano dealer
in the State of West Virginia.
'1 hat the story has been interesting is. we believe, all amply proven by the fact
that this club has been the most successful we have ever conducted.
fou’ll Find the “Plus” Story Also |
Extremely Interesting I
IT’S ABOUT TERMS: Our house was established, has grown and now holds its
undisputed leadership on the solid-bed rock of fair dealing. One of the best illus- I
ti ations, next to low pi ices, is its unmatchable system of easv terms of payment
This is one of the foundation stones of this great co-operative club. Keep in mind
the wil.iv ot the instiuments and j'Our actual having ol money as a member of
this club. I '
I In order to give you the values we do, we buy in largest possible quantity on an abso
lutely spot cash basis. I hat means that we have a large >*11111 0! money actually invested in
the piano that this club offers. A business house exist*, by getting back its principal and
something added for profit. I his house shares w ith its customers the earning power of the
money involved in its gigantic dealings, bo advantageous was this deal that we are enabled
to allow' members to pa\ at the rate of St.So per week on the Piano. Such payments have
never been matched on instruments of equal value. Lower paunents could only be made
possible if the instruments cost us less, and instruments of equal value could not be produced I
tor less. 1 hese prices are actually factory prices, and, in accordance with the liberal system £
of this house, its customers share fully in the benefits secured by the power of large capital B
And one big advantage to you is the privilege of owning a truly high grade Piano on weekly I
or monthly payments that are not burdensome to people in any financial cir- I
cuinstances. ■
There are other special features you should know about. A word will bring you the I
whole story. ** 3 ■
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