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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, December 17, 1910, Image 49

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M GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 49 HH
B P" MiiMMiTiTVimm There is More Home Happiness to Be Had in the Possession of .coa HM HH
K "?I4,,,S showing our goods and our new store. , jHBiH' 5 IH
i B a VICTOR and Solve ;!
1 We Brentwood Placer- fh n-fr prnuiam FianolarFianoa ,, H
Pinnn LUC VJ11L JLIODICIII Comprising the Steinway, Weber,
B tl A7- rr 7 Trim n Trr,mrt, . ,, , . T Steck, Wheelock, Stuvesant. Prices " 1 flfl
The prettiest and best inside The New Style VICTOR-VICTOLAS the kind ?550 upwardi ' H
H player-Piano for the price ever Without a horn 1 H
manufactured in America. PL AYER-PIANOS I 1
65-Note, $360; 88-Note, $385; HLAYtK HiANUb HH
H 65-88-Note, $425. Victrola, style X, Oak or Ma- MSSHMA TECHNOLA. H
H tr 77 t j. j. Victrola, style XI, Oak or Ma- BMltv H
Small Instruments hogany 100 W no mu Hi
..n'.?!nPe. .6.'.?S anT'upward Mahogany 125 KUtM TPmihs Ro nnJ Clo I HH
Mandolin complete Case, etc, Victrola, Style XIV, - Oak or MBgggjI r 0Ttn2 JjOS OJlO. hlTlS I I
I ; "'J,';:' p!llTiUPWard Victrol0a!aStyie'xvir'oak''or X , ..jPlfig Harmonicas $ .05 to $1.50 jl H
Guitar, complete, Case etc . Mahogany 200 HSB Music Rolls GO to 3.50 l' H
01".",' i'i V. Wo have cabinets to SS'HH Hand Music Boxes .. .65 to 2.75 1 HH
Clarinets complete, Case, etc. .. . match the first three WsErMEi'" 1 !H
12.00 and upward styles, from $10 upward. aflBMH53?SHl4 Flutes, Whistles, Drums, Cla H
Accordeons 3.00 and upward Other style Victors, with flBiB pers, Etc. ''SH
Autoharps 2.50 and upward flower horns, $10 to $100. BnSsSpiiiwflK '' ll
Cornets, Bugles, Trombones, etc. We quote lowest prices on ""SsftSfeSnEr Remember our prices are the ) H
If it's music, we have it Victors. Special terms. -BiB8pr lowest. If it's music we have it. .ji' -
BEAUTIFUL STANDARD PIANOS B
Do Not Buy Till Tou See Our Stock H
Three Things for the Betterment of the Piano Business I H
1. "The establishment of a one-price system in every honest piano store. H
. 2. "A consistent campaign against all useless and obsolete methods, including the payment of H
VV eber commissions and misleading advertisements. I elS6 11
3. "To enlighten the piano-purchasing public as to the system through which thousands of men ! H
Pianos and women in every state in the UnIon have been victimized." Pianos ( B
1 lallUa These principles were advocated by an Eastern Musical Journal. Could there be any stronger in- lallUb M
dorsement of the Carstensen & Anson Company's plan than this? IH
Upon these principles we conduct our business. We know our one-price plan is the only square H
!-, way of dealing with each customer. We know that our one-price is uniformly the lowest in the inter- J H
IliVGrCtt mountain states. We know piano contest schemes are intended to deceive the public. We know and LuQWlS Hl
YOU know that there can be no real contest, when everyone receives a prize (?). ' H
Pianos The piano prices of a flrm must be tremendousIy hiSh when holders of $100.00 piano purchase PianOQ I . 1
1 IdllUd cuecks are urged to buy pianos. Of course, the firms holding these contests give confidential "inside idnob I '' 1
prices" when there is no contest, so really it matters little whether you have a check or bond and buy a 1 ' HjH
piano, or buy a piano when there is no contest. In either case the value you receive for the money 1 H
y0U spend is very doubtful. So doubtful that holders of checks as high as $100.00 have discarded their I H
Krakaiier checks and bought from us with profit and satisfaction to themselves. Bradford 1
Thousands of people have tested the economy of the Carstensen & Anson Company's plan. That's 'jf
Pl'anOQ why we sel1 so many Pianos- If the light we shed on the pIano business hurts any other dealer it's be- PinnnQ H
I IdllOS cuuse hig methods won't bear inspection. Insist on coming to our store before buying a piano, no mat- lallOS 1 M
ter how little you wish to pay, or on what terms. H
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Mail orders will be nfCfanCAn &7 A t Ctl C t A. small deposit will se- t M
treated the same as if you VjdLI O LClloCl 1 OC jCjLllOWll ViW. cure any article in the M
vere here. Write and tell house. Delivery will be I H
us your wants. TpTTC Of MlISlC made when you want It. I M
74 South Main Street Next to McCornick's Bank j jB

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