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Butered April 23, 1903 as Pickens, . 0. as second class mail mater, under act Of Congress or March 8, 1879
41st Year PICKENS. . 0.. JUNE 15, 1911. Number 3
THIS HANDSOME PIANO.1
YOUR CHOICE OF A FINE $350.oo The Tone
HARVARD= Keeping with that High Standard
MR which have made these pianos ramous. 0
5 WI~iNDALLAction, Workmanship*
o 7 1-3 Octaves. Three Pedals. Ivory Keys. , D
IN ~~~~Durabiliy aeDsg
MAHOGANY, WALNUT or OAK CASE. all Of the Very Best.
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je,\7on To the Young Lady Winning it by Popular Vote.
Xoung ladies, you make no mistake in working for this grand premium. It is one you will always
e proud ot. It will be an exceedingly handsome piece of parlor furniture and an adornment to
This piano has tall iron plate, triple unisons, double repeating action, nickeled action brackets tun
.ing pins and cased hammer rail, graduating pedals, including soft stop or practice pedal nickeled
pedals, copper wound bass strings, case'of handsome design with full-swing music desk with hand
carved ornaments, rolling fall=board, continaous hinges, double trusses with handsome capitals
* H eight, 4 feet 8 inches; length, 5 feet 2 inches; width 2 feet 3 inches.
-Absolutely Given Away Free by Sentinel-JournaL.z*
These instruments are sold, handled, and guaranteed by
JOHN H. WILLIAMS, The Leading Music Dealer of the State CREENVILLE, S. C.
* And for any information you may desire, not given here, you may write him and he will take great pleasure in a
We would appreciate it a favor if you would ash him all about the "Harvard" and the "Marshall and Wendail" pianos e hi send ui
These pianos retail the World over for $350.00
0 j his One Will be Given Away Absolutely ree, to
.- -c~. THE YOUNG LADY GETTING THE MOST VOTES, -
In our subscription-getting and collecting contest.
riThis is the last published report of the standing of the Contestants. Froln now on you get our
votes, fill them out and vote them yourself. We, nor no one else will know how you vote)r how
the contestants stand.
It is a Free-for-all Scramble by Everybody for the Plums.
The votes is what does the work and withholding your dollar may keep your favorite from win
ning the grand prize. So get busy and do your very level best to help her win. Remember the *
standing of the candidates will not be pu blished again until the votes are counted by the committee,
* consisting of the following well known gentlemen:
Capt. 1. M. Mauldin, J. P. Carey, Jr., M. (. Sm.ith, Rev. G. F. Kirby, who have kindly consented to 0
I act as judges.
rpThe Contest closes, final, Saturday ,J-uly 1st, -19.11 at 10 p. m. any votes r.eceived by mail after this *
date, but bearing the post-mark of the mailing ofhlce of the above date and hour will be counted.
The contestants and any of their friends who wish are cordially invited to be present at the count, the date of which will be announced by them
TUE SENTINEL-JOURINAL CO. I
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