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To be Giv(
Everett Grand Piano
Is on exhibition at John H. Williams' New Up-tr-Date
"usic House, in the Grand Opera House, Greetville,
Waiting to be given
Some One Dec. 25th.
Don't fail when in the city or shopping to g
around and see it and hear it played.
E r y is ~invied and everylbody is expected to
call and look at it.
A cordial welcome awaits you.
THIS MAGNIFICENT GRANI PIA
lBy the business houses named below. Ever
Simply this: Every man, woman and child who makes a cas
25th, will receive from the merchant absolutely free, a numbered t
for that purpose; the ticket being held by the purchaser unmil Dec<
public place, thoroughly mixing up all the numbered duplicate cou
out 25 coupons. These wvill then be placed in a small box and the
the order in which they' are drawn. T1he first coupon drawvn c
same and give instructions where it is desIred to have piano (Ieliv(
one claim ihe first number the next one will be advertised, and so
If you make a 75c purchase ini hardware you wvill be giv
purchase. You can receive a ticket wvith every 25c you spend bet
You will pay nothing extra for the goods. The prices are
villes enterprising business men to their customers.
* Don't fail to ask for ticke
the list .of merchailts Who
* any other place in town.
ONE TICKET EFF
THE DAILY HERALD,
Newspaper anud Job Printing.
J. THQMAS ARNOLD) CO.,s
.Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Notious~
A. A. PEARSON CO.,
Fancy Groceries and Country Pyodnees.
M en's Clothing.
H. J. FELTON,
Books, Stationery and Maigazinos.
GOWER SUPPLY Co.,
Window, IRibbed, Skylight, Cipped, Tfrewn and Plate (Glass
Painita and Briushes, Artists' Materis, Sash, D)oorsi, Biindu
* Limo and Cement,
CITY NATIONL BANK,
On Now Deposits. Inquire at B3ank.
* WHEELER AND SONS,
)O.O EVERETT GRAN4
mn Away Absolutely Free December 2
~yGreenville's Leading Business Men
"The Artists' Ideal."
NO will be Given Away A BSOLUTE
y man, woman and child in Upper Carolina wvill be given free'the se
ED T HE CONDITIOr
bi purchase amounting to 25C in any of the stores or places of busines
icket. with a duplicate coupon attached: bearing the same number, wi
amber 25th at which time all duplicate coupons will be gathered up ai
ons. Then a committee consistiug of one representative from ea
n thoroughly shaken up again. Then another child wvill be blindfold
Ut will get the piano, and this will be advertised. The person holdin
red, which wvill be done absolutely free at any point in Greenville, S1
on, until some on~e gets piano.
mn, free, 3 tickets. If you buy $roo worth of paint and glass, you wvi
sveen Oct. 16th and Dec. 25th by trading wvith the houses who give ti
the same or lower than at any other place in the city wvhether you tal
t; when you make any kind
give you tickets, anid wha
(ELE WITH EVERY 25 CTS. PURCHASE
Soda Water, Ice Croiim and .Bakery.
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fit tors.
M. WV. GOODLETT,
Harn es, Bridles, 8adldlo,,, L-ip Robes, (o1llara anid (everything
carried in, a first class Hlarn'ss lionso.
Shoes for all Kind~s of Wear.
SYMME~S-WILLIAMS FURNIT URE CO.,
Jowel Stoves and H~ouse Furnishings.
JOHN H. WILLIAMS,
Sheet Music and Musical Iostrumniots.
BRUCE & D)OSTER,
Druge, Cigars nud1( Tobacco.
J. R. LAWRENCE,
Surveyor and Contractor. Tickets with all work.
LOUIS B. H OUSTON,
Real Estato and Insurance. Enqire at Office.
JL. M. McDONALD,
Alf Maochine and Foundry Werk, Repaira,
enville. South Car oi
-V . \
Pia n o
The Everett Piano is universally recognized as
the most artistic instrument on the American conti
nent today. It has no cause to fear the severest com
petition. It can safely challenge all comers and meet
them on their own ground. It combines all their vir
tues and has none of their weaknesses. The manu
facturers of the
challenge Ihe world to produce a superior instrument.
It holds the highest rank among American instru
As the Diamond is to all other stones, so the
Everett Piano is to all other Pianos-crystalline per
fection with all all the exquisite radiations of light and
shade in musical expression.
LY FREE on December 25th, 1905
me opportunity to secure this instrument.
s mentioned beleow at any time between Oct. 16th and Dec.
tich will be torn off and droppen in a box in th~e store provided
Ad placed in a large barrel and turned for an hour or two in a
ch- firm giving tickets will blindfold some child and have it draw
ed and draw out 5 from this box. These will be recorded in
g the ticket with corresponding number will call and present the
>artanburg, Anderson, Laurens or Pickens counties. Should 110
i receive, free, 400 tickets and so on. One ticket for every 25c
ce the tickets or not. This is a generous gift made by Green
of cash purchase. . Read
t they sell cheaper than
MALLARD LUMBER AND BOBBIN Co.,
Shop. Woodwork of all Descriptions.
WILLIAMS MILLINERY CO.
Up-to-date Hats and Millinery.
MISSES DOSTER & BRAMLETT,
Drcemakers of the LttMtrplanRayoenbi
and Trousseaus a Specialty. Over the Outlet,.
C. E. TUCKER & BRO.
Jewelry and all Kinds of Watch Reopairs.
DR. F. H. NEWTON,
Occulist and consulting Spoolalist.
L. K. KELLEv,
General Livery, Food and( Sale Stable".
M. P. GRUBER,
MAHAFFY & PARKER,
Fresh Moat., Fish and Oyaterr.|