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Pianos and Organs
It may sound like a large stock of musical instruments to have on hand, but I have now on hand approxi
mately twenty thousand dollars worth of musical merchandise at first cost. ' July is usually a dull month, but
"flHffljHTSn^ my sales that month lacked only sixty-five dollars of reaching the five
B \ Wl??r?--^ thousand dollar mark. I have about sixty pianos and player pianos on
Iii ; ' /$~;:^ ?k^ff hand besides a large stock of organs. I know I have the largest stock
of organs in the State, and I believe I have the largest number of pianos
1 of any dealer.in the State. I expect,to sell during this year every piano
m m ^H^K^ ^H^H^H an(^ or?an * ^ave on ^an(^ now or can ?^t. Pianos and organs are diffi
/ \ /"'- J j cult to obtain, but by buying in advance and paying cash for the goods,
? . iH?BilaH My facilities for obtaining money and paying cash enables rae to buy to
^^^^^^mgg^BW??^^^^^ the very best advantage. Goods well bought are half sold. I have not
^":<.^T only a large stock, but I have a fine assortment of pianos. By buying
before the recent advance I am enabled to sell lower than other dealers. By exact representation of the qual
ity of each piano sold, and by square dealing, I ha#e built up a substantial buisiness in the sale of
I have on hand at this time the following pianos: Starr, Richmond, Tryser and Remington Pianos, all made by the Starr Piano Company of Richmond, Ind.
Bush & Gerts, Chicago, UL; Hardman Piano Co., New York; Strick & Zeidlerj?ew York; Chas Bros., Chicago, 111.; Carlisle Pianos, Chicago, 111.; Laffargue
Piano, New York; Adam Schaaf, Chicago, UL; Estey Piano, New York; Kroeg?r Pianos, Stanford, Conn.; Kreh Auto Grand, Cincinnati, 0.; Clarendon, Rock
ford, UL; Hackley Pianos, Chicago.
Estey Organs, Both Church and Parlor Styles
Always on Hand
I have three Krell Auto Ci rand Pianos, at eight hundred
dollars each. These players are instruments of the first
rank. Similar players sell for one thousand dollars each.
By buying at the time the factory administration changed
hands.the price was reduced to close out all stock on hand,
and I paid cash and bought three of these players so that I
can sell them at a great bargain.
PLAYER MUSIC: I get about two hundred pieces of
player music each month, and keep the latest patriotic
pieces and popular hits on hand.
I desire to specially announce that I represent the world re
nowned Hardman Piano. This instrument is the official
piano of the celebrated Metropolitan Opera Co., and is used
by the members ot the famous organization both in their
private and public piano work. Caruso, the world's great
est Tenor singer, prefers the Hardman Piano to all others,
and uses one of these in his apartments in the Knicker
bocker Hotel in New York, and in his villa in Florence,
Italy. I have a parlor grand of Hardman make now in the
depot here, and will be delivered direct to one of the most
elegant homes in Greenwood. The price of this particular
piano is Eleven Hundred Dollars. Other styles of Hard
man Pianos at prices ranging from Six Hundred Dollars to
Sixteen Hundred and Twenty-Five Dollars and upward.
Call and see my entire line. Reasonable credit terms may
be secured. If you cannot come, then ?phone or write and
I am at your service.
JOHN A. HOLLAND
THE GREENWOOD PIANO MAN
REFERENCE: The Bank of Greenwood, the Oldest and Strongest Bank in Greenwood County