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The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1909-1911, May 11, 1911, Image 8

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SJOHN HR WILLIAMS, 1
%- rf M- W ir
begto PIANO ME RCHANT,
M Ibegtoannounce to my friends and patrons that on M~ay 1st Imived M
SBach to my old stand in the Grand Opera flousee Butidin.1, which has iM
jg been thoroughly overhauled into a Moder a Plate Glass Office and display Mt
)1 room, where a sample line of Player Pianos, Organs and a complete )( g
)( stoclk of Victor Talking Machines, Victor Victrolas, R ed Seil and Domes- )(
)( tic Records will be carried, and where I will mike a specialty of the Vic
)( tor Talking Machines and Player Piano Business.
.No more lodern
or complete facilities
for handling these
os can be found
ic h to stad- the Souh T
stalkng Machine De-n ahns Vco itoaRe el dDms
>i teod ill Thin ofrid an w h e ,deili iouaseilody the- i
plate glass sound- 'sweet old songs, the string band,
proof, booths, each Orchestra and Grand Opera mu
rovidedl with Stur- sic that might b trickling into
tios canlelsurn(
v Electric Ven- your senses day
tin n g after day thu a
pl of fresh air, and icor
eletic(, Eims to free
on from Summer ;
Hwhile restingg
in comfort dluring the
(endition of soe Ia
vor ite selctionI On
I e Vic tla.
Every type of Vic
trola ane Victor talk- Op
ing machine will be s
~ ou Wd14wgtdk'~togeiher eidTa ful stock of Red Seal Records from every one of the
\ leaing great singers.
A full ine of samples of the most reliable Player Pianos now manufactured will
be ahoiwn, and dlemonstrations cheerfully given. I shalicniuhn oiyo eln
oods only of the highest artistic type, and at absolutely one price to all, and will
u ~1arantee personially every article leaving my store. This will be my method to dis
poec i)). o f my goods.
For the Next ten Days I Will Make
the Following Dtrer:
lTo all ownesr ot Vict'or Talking
Ml achines or Victrolas. On receipt
of any style Victor, delivered to my
s*ore before May 2oth, I will thoroughly' overhaul, clean b
out and and repolish-- -no matter how'small or howv large
the machine, putting it in first class playing condition, Ab
solu tey free of charge, provided there are no parts broken .ill
Should any part be broken (as a full lin-e of new parts will
- ~ always be found in stock) it will b-: furnished at the regu
Iar price, but no charge will be ma~de for installlng same.
All owners must deliver machines to my store and call for
when finished, at which time notices wvill be sent out. Bea
in mind-this offer does not apply to machines of any oth.
er make-It applies only tc talking machines made by the
Victor TIalking Machine Co., of Camden, N. J. This offer
is not good after May 20th, 1911. If your Victor is out of running order and needs
Soiling and a good cleaning and readjusting, be sure and attend to it before May 20th
as after that date all work of this character will be charged for at regular prices. If
Syou have no Victor--tell some friend who has one.
A most cordial invitation is extended to the public to visit ny Display Rooms
at any and all times, and I trust that my goods' and methods of doing business wimll
merit a liberal share of yonr patronage.
For the benefit of all owners of disc talking machines who wish to keep posted
on the new records which are issued every month, I will establish a maillng iist, to
each of whom will be sent monthly, postpaid, a complete list of all the new Record,
with description of same. If you would like to be placed on this list and receive a
monthly supplement, simply write a card requesting same and mail it to me.- Get
acquainted with the Victor Records. They are educational.
SJohn H. Williams, Bi
The Piano Merchant,
M Greenville, S. C.
Q Telephone 682, Grand Opera House Bo~ il H
M( The only place in Greenville where a COMPLETE LINE of Victor Talling A
Machines can be found.
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()U i~ TABLE SILVER
~ \V~j.\'r YOU REQUIRE.
1(1k :it. our new offerings and
iv wIi~tt you need. A present
ii'chase lYHI. Preclude enibar
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i~A MEI.~VICE. SOUP LA.
I)LES. SPOONS. FORKS,
KNIVES.
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PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM I I
Cicanar. and beasitiflem the hair. U
1'romnnica a luxuriant growth. U
~Iovor Fails to RoatoreGwa~j
Curca graip diuaaea & hair aiiizsg. j
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Fin d just the suit you'd *
like to
So many buy clothes
because--well, because--.
it's the best they can
find.
LET US TALK. IT
OVER WITH YOU.
There is a reason why
here is always twice the
di~ount of stock ~that
you will find elsewhere.
Oui customers get vari
ely to select from and
()ur most c areful opin- 0
ion as to what'll become
8and please you best.,
0
OTHSCHILD,*
Ave. . Greenville, S. 0.
ars Your Clothier."
FOR
FOR
THE BEST
iOR
6 Smith
-. AND)
Greenville, 5. C.
Strictly one price
*A HLErC UT CLOTHES"~ Yu oe aki o r
H D Yrusco no Siid.
. i M ch Needed Necessaries
One of the best things we have to offer our customer is the
P' rf'enon Plow stock, which they need right now. Guaranteed
to never clo&g upl. saves cuss words, hard feelings and mule power.
crad ''(.<1 a grain cradle? We have the best 14-finger cradle
Eunana Iware, all kinds. The best qualitfy ona the market.
Our 10c counters contains many articles you need each (lay.
WE H AND)LE LOAF BREAD
S3creen Doors and Windows. Let us sell you these absolute
netce'ssatwcs to health and cleanliness.
Our (homeery Department is complete. See us for something
good in this dlepairtiment.
C~ ok tv a5 Hi Ct line of Hardware, Rubber Roofing and
Oiur cook in. stove with offset l15-gallon tank attachment is a
dandy and~ can't be heat.
Conw' to see us.
T, 11. A LLEN, Mgr. Pickens, 8. (V

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